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Flights later resumed but all passengers were being advised to check their flight status, the airport said in a tweet, adding "up until now, 320 flights have been cancelled". An emergency siren wailed in the city of Duisburg, warning residents that they should stay indoors, German news website WDR reported. Dutch Twitter users have posted photos of trucks and trees blown over by the gales.
  • DPRK Proposes Paralympic Delegation, Cheerleaders to PyeongChang 2018

    DPRK Proposes Paralympic Delegation, Cheerleaders to PyeongChang 2018

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    The talks would have centered around North Korea's plans to send a 550-delegation to South Korea for next month's Winter Olympics. These offers were stated during the third bilateral talks in session today in the border village of Panmunjom with senior officials of the two governments, the South Korean Ministry of Unification confirmed.
  • President Trump shows his true colors

    President Trump shows his true colors

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    Durbin and Graham have put together their bipartisan DACA deal. It doesn't matter what insult Trump used to describe countries during his meeting with lawmakers last week , said CNN's Chris Cillizza . "He has been taking medication for high cholesterol, he has evidence of heart disease based on an exam that many people take around the country a Calcium CT scan and he has borderline obesity", Gupta said.
  • Donald Trump tells press he wants immigrants from 'everywhere'

    Donald Trump tells press he wants immigrants from 'everywhere'

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    The protest tagged: "Rally against Trump" at Time Square on Monday, would commemorate the Martin Luther King Jr. Day press conference at Gale Community Academy in Chicago. Trump addressed the issue briefly as he arrived for dinner at his private golf club with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy . When asked why the president might say something that's "silly", she suggested that it might be out of confusion.
  • South Africa to formally protest Trump's 's---hole countries' remarks

    South Africa to formally protest Trump's 's---hole countries' remarks

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    During a meeting with a bipartisan group of lawmakers last week, Trump had expressed frustration over some participants pushing for immigrants from certain "shithole" countries. "He continues to enjoy the significant long-term cardiac and overall health benefits that come from a lifetime of abstinence from tobacco and alcohol", Jackson said.
  • Government Shutdown Ultimatum From Mitch McConnell Was 'Ransom Note,' Says DNC Chair

    Government Shutdown Ultimatum From Mitch McConnell Was 'Ransom Note,' Says DNC Chair

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    Less that two-and-a-half hours before a midnight deadline to reach a short-term deal to keep the federal government running at full capacity, Trump lashed out at Democrats . "Unfortunately, a Trump shutdown would be a flawless encapsulation of the chaos he has unleashed on our government". SNELL: The Senate could decide that they have enough votes to pass what passed the House yesterday, and that would be a short-term continuing resolution to keep the government open at current spending ...
  • Coordinated attack on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul city

    Coordinated attack on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul city

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    An official at the Afghan spy agency told an global news agency that the gunmen were "shooting at guests". The gunmen also attacked the guests at the hotel. There were no immediate claims of responsibility for the ongoing attack. Seven people died in that assault, when several gunmen and suicide bombers, three of which detonated their devices, attacked the facility.
  • IOC: More Initiatives Coming to Promote Korean Unity

    IOC: More Initiatives Coming to Promote Korean Unity

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    The most recent intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test in late November removed all doubt that North Korean missiles could reach every corner of the US mainland. "It will even require extra efforts to build up teamwork with the North Korean players". Officials in the South hope that restored dialogue will open the door to negotiations to end the North's nuclear weapons programs.
  • Britain Will Have Its

    Britain Will Have Its "Own Solution" To EU Links, France's Macron Says

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    But, Macron warned, while the relationship could be deeper than a straightforward trade deal, Britain will not be able to pick and choose which aspects of the European Union single market it wants access to. "It's a mistake when you just ask yes or no when you don't ask people how to improve the situation and explain how to improve it", he said. And you should understand that you can not, by definition, have the full access to the single market if you don't tick the box.
  • Net firms 'better' at removing hate speech, says EU

    Net firms 'better' at removing hate speech, says EU

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    Facebook , Twitter , YouTube and Microsoft , which have their European headquarters in Dublin, agreed in May 2016 to a code of conduct to tackle online hate speech, pledging to review the majority of requests to remove illegal abuse within 24 hours.
  • 17 killed in Bawana fire, PM expresses grief

    17 killed in Bawana fire, PM expresses grief

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    The blaze started first from a firecracker factory at the basement, ground, and first floors of the building. They added that fire had broken out at 3: 30 pm in the afternoon and brought under control around 7 pm in the evening. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's tweet read, "V sad to hear abt large no of casualties". North Delhi mayor Preety Agarwal has rushed to the spot to take stock of the situation.
  • Top Egyptian imam doubles down on refusal to meet Pence over Jerusalem

    Top Egyptian imam doubles down on refusal to meet Pence over Jerusalem

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    However, similar to Camp David in 2000, and to Olmert's offer in 2008, Abbas' latest utterances have clarified that regardless of how much we may want peace, and the copious number of times the United Nations condemns us notwithstanding, it requires two parties to make peace - and sorrowfully, peace today seems further away than ever.
  • Camila Cabello wants to work with The 1975

    Camila Cabello wants to work with The 1975

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    Fortunately for her, she's able to use her music to express her feelings. Camila Cabello now had answers. Some songs had potential but the presence of both impressive and irritating qualities prevented the songs from becoming truly great.
  • Las Vegas Gunman's Girlfriend Won't Face Charges, Police Say

    Las Vegas Gunman's Girlfriend Won't Face Charges, Police Say

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    Prior to committing the largest mass shooting in modern USA history, the shooter, Stephen Paddock , was a 64-year-old retired accountant. Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo told reporters Friday that no one may be charged with any crimes directly stemming from the shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds.
  • Hazard scores 100th league goal as Chelsea find shooting boots

    Hazard scores 100th league goal as Chelsea find shooting boots

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    At home , Brighton has been a hard team to beat. The Belgian shone for Atletico Madrid during three campaigns on loan and was a pillar of consistency when Chelsea won the league in his first campaign as a starter in 2014-15. However, Willian's goal could easily be described as one of the goal's of the season because of the mouth-watering build-up which led to the goal. Chelsea have been active in the transfer market, and they're looking likely to sign a striker.
  • Palm oil hits a three-week low

    Palm oil hits a three-week low

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    Smallholders, who account for about 40 percent of Malaysia's palm oil output, say the EU's move could threaten their livelihoods because prices will likely fall if supply that would normally go to Europe is left sloshing around the market. "It doesn't help strengthen trade and economic relations among (palm oil) producing countries and Europe", Hasan said on the sidelines of the Kuala Lumpur conference.