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Trump began the day by tweeting against a top Federal Bureau of Investigation official he has suggested is biased against him, as well as the news media. Earlier in the day, Trump and first lady Melania Trump participated in NORAD Santa Tracker phone calls, with the president speaking to six children and his wife talking to nine.
  • Mumbai gets India's first ever air- conditioned local train

    Mumbai gets India's first ever air- conditioned local train

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    Over the weekend the trains will undergo maintenance and hence will not be operated. Remaining one service will run as a slow service from Mahalaxmi to Borivali, and will halt at all stations. The monthly pass will cost between Rs 570 and Rs 820 (till Bandra) to Rs 1,240 (till Andheri) to Rs 1,640 (till Borivali), and Rs 2,040 till Virar.
  • Two elderly people displaced from their home before Christmas after fire

    Two elderly people displaced from their home before Christmas after fire

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    One woman was taken to the hospital as a precaution. Prineville resident Steven Bates, who was leaving a nearby grocery store and saw smoke, went to help and shared video of the intense flames. The shelter will be opening at First Baptist Church on East Main Street in Spartanburg. An electrical fire caused substantial damage to a Baton Rouge home early Sunday afternoon, taking firefighters 40 minutes to get it under control, according to the Baton Rouge Fire Department.
  • N Korea slams new United Nations sanctions as an 'act of war'

    N Korea slams new United Nations sanctions as an 'act of war'

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    The document further restricts supplies of crude oil and oil products and insists all countries expel North Korean workers in a span of 24 months . The country is already subject to wide-reaching sanctions imposed by the global community because of its nuclear ambitions. A view of the newly developed intercontinental ballistic rocket Hwasong-15's test was successfully launched is seen in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang ...
  • Blast in Afghan capital Kabul close to intelligence agency

    Blast in Afghan capital Kabul close to intelligence agency

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    This incident comes a week after an attack on NDS' training facility, the same spy agency which was targeted today. "We still do not know the target of the attack but it happened on the main road", he added. Ambulances were seen leaving the scene, apparently taking casualties to hospitals in the city. No group has yet claimed responsibility. It has scaled up its attacks in Kabul , including those on the country's Shiite minority.
  • Pregnant Teen Shot Dead, But Baby Survives

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    Police said the woman was six months pregnant. Doctors, however, were able to deliver her baby, the Tucson Police Department said in a news release. Officer Chris Hawkins with the Tucson Police Department says it happened in the 1500 block of W. Calle Guadalajara, northeast of Mission and Ajo. It is unclear whether specific individuals in the home were targeted by the shooter outside.
  • President Trump wishes troops a Merry Christmas

    President Trump wishes troops a Merry Christmas

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    He called the troops "underappreciated" and described their military families as "the greatest people on earth". "We say Merry Christmas, again, very, very proudly", Mr. He specifically praised the Coast Guard for their response to the hurricanes this fall. "Every American heart is thankful to you and we're asking God to watch over you and to watch over your families", he said, before he asked journalists to leave the room so he could begin answering any service member questions.
  • Guatemala to move embassy to Jerusalem, backing Trump

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    Morales said in his official Facebook account that he spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the return of the Guatemala embassy to Jerusalem and that he instructed the chancellor to initiate the process to do so. No other country has their embassy for Israel in Jerusalem, though the Czech Republic has said it is considering such a move. While the Israeli PM did not name the countries contemplating such a move, he did reveal that Israel is now engaged in a concerted ...
  • Jeff Flake leaves the door open for 2020 presidential run

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    As an example, Flake pointed to the May firing of FBI Director James Comey, a move by Trump that led to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointing Robert Mueller as a special counsel to take over the Russian Federation probe. He added that "anger and resentment are not a governing philosophy". Flake, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, announced his decision to retire with a speech on the Senate floor that bemoaned the "coarsening" tenor of politics in the United States, and ...
  • Tunisia bans Emirates flights after women denied entry

    Tunisia bans Emirates flights after women denied entry

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    The transport ministry said the measure would stay in place until Emirates was able to "operate flights in accordance with law and global agreements". "We have met with the brothers in Tunisia for security information as they have imposed specific and circumstantial measures". The travel ban has sparked a wave of fierce criticism in Tunisia.
  • Sunday forecast: Staying cold despite sunshine

    Sunday forecast: Staying cold despite sunshine

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    Therefore, roads will be slick as you head out to an early morning church service or take a trip to grandma's house for the holiday. Some cloud cover to start the day on Christmas . Winds will die down somewhat Monday night as the low pressure system moves further away to the northeast. The rest of the week just features dry weather but it is considerably colder than average.
  • Pakistan has much to lose from 'harbouring terrorists': Pence says in Afghanistan

    Pakistan has much to lose from 'harbouring terrorists': Pence says in Afghanistan

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    Bush. In an apparent warning to Pakistan during his surprise visit to Afghanistan, Pence said; "Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with our efforts in Afghanistan". He said, for too long Pakistan has provided safe haven to the Taliban and many terrorist organisations, but those days are over. Pence will next be traveling to the Middle East around the middle of January, per senior White House officials.
  • Up to 20 cm of snow expected across GTA on Christmas Eve

    Up to 20 cm of snow expected across GTA on Christmas Eve

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    A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for southern Erie, Wyoming, Cattaruagus, Chautauqua and Allegany Counties from Sunday evening through Tuesday evening due to the potential for significant lake effect snows. Significant accumulations are possible in the most persistent snow bands. The main concerns associated with this storm include snow covered roads, scattered slippery spots and brief limited visibility, so if you are planning any travel in the next 24 hours, do use caution.
  • Pennsylvania police shootings were 'terror attack,' DHS says

    Pennsylvania police shootings were 'terror attack,' DHS says

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    El-Mofty was killed during a shootout with local and state police. "Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty was a naturalized US citizen who was admitted to the United States from Egypt on a family-based immigrant visa", Houlton said. 22, 2017. During a news conference Friday night, Marsico said that authorities had no motive for the attack yet and that the investigation was 'wide-ranging'.
  • North Korea says new sanctions imposed by United Nations are 'declaration of war'

    North Korea says new sanctions imposed by United Nations are 'declaration of war'

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    On Friday, the U.N. Security Council passed new sanctions on the North Korean regime for its ballistic missile test. The U.S. -penned sanctions include a tighter cap beginning in January on diesel, kerosene and other refined petroleum product exports to North Korea, lowering the limit to 500,000 barrels a year from 2 million barrels, and the repatriation of North Koreans working overseas within two years.
  • World's Largest Amphibious Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight

    World's Largest Amphibious Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight

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    However, it made only one brief flight in 1947. The 121-feet long AG600 aircraft plane, codenamed "Kunlong", took off from the southern Chinese city of Zhuhai and flew for nearly an hour on its maiden voyage. With a wingspan of 127 feet and powered by four turboprop engines, the aircraft can carry 50 people and stay airborne for 12 hours. Aviation engines have always been a problem and the AG600 engine is a major step forward.
  • Several people killed in plane crash at major airport

    Several people killed in plane crash at major airport

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    There were no survivors and "no chance of survival", he said. "The only thing you can say is nobody suffered". Judd told reporters he personally knew of the pilot and opted not to specify who else might have been with his friend. For reasons that are still being investigated, but are likely related to the fog, it crashed shortly after takeoff. The NTSB and FAA were tasked with investigating what caused the crash.
  • Lorde considering pulling out of Israel gig after fan backlash

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    Lorde responded on twitter to fans, explaining that she would get informed on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict before coming to any decisions regarding the upcoming show. These boycotts are nothing new, with musician Elvis Costello having previously pulled out of a concert in Israel back in 2010. The UN General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to denounce the United States president's move on Thursday.
  • Teen Charged in Connection to Shooting Deaths of Husband, Wife

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    The Washington Post reports the suspect had been dating the victims' daughter but they had urged her to break up with him because of his neo-Nazi views. The family, including Janet Kuhn, Kuhn-Fricker's mother, was concerned that the boyfriend was attempting to indoctrinate the daughter with his ideas about white supremacy.