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Many shops in Paris were boarded up before Saturday's protests to avoid being smashed or looted, and police cordoned off numerous city's broad boulevards. However, the protest movement shows no sign of abating. "At the national level, including Paris , we're at more than 700 detained with participation in the movement at 31,000 nationwide including 8,000 in Paris ", he told France 2 television.
  • Smuggler dropped two children from top of border wall: DHS

    Smuggler dropped two children from top of border wall: DHS

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    Border Patrol , witnesses said . Members of the Central American migrant caravan sit next to the border wall in Tijuana, Mexico , 05 December 2018. "We'll figure out what to do in a couple of days". By Saturday afternoon, most of the thousands of migrants who had been camped out at the sports complex had agreed to move to the new, more distant shelter.
  • Facebook accused of giving access to users’ data

    Facebook accused of giving access to users’ data

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    Facebook responded quickly, saying the release was misleading without context and that the documents "are only part of the story". With regards to Onavo, Facebook argues "we've always been clear when people download Onavo about the information that is collected and how it is used, including by Facebook".
  • U.S. gives Russian Federation 60 days to comply with nuclear treaty

    U.S. gives Russian Federation 60 days to comply with nuclear treaty

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    It is alleged that Moscow has violated the terms of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty - a historic pact that kept such deadly missiles out of Europe . In return, NATO foreign ministers agreed to formally declare Russian Federation in "material breach" of the INF treaty in a statement in support of the US.
  • 'Point of Light' President George H.W. Bush Dies at Age 94

    'Point of Light' President George H.W. Bush Dies at Age 94

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    Bush Senior served as the 41st president of the United States. He also saw his popularity swell with America's success in the 1990-1991 Gulf War, where U.S. Bush applauds during an event in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. Bush, then 47, was an advocate of the "two-China solution", of keeping both governments in the worldwide organization.
  • Trump sends message to Kim through South Korean President

    Trump sends message to Kim through South Korean President

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    Moon, who has facilitated a series of high-level talks between the United States and North Korea including the Trump-Kim summit, has met Kim three times this year. However, despite the slow pace of developments between Washington and Seoul , the governments of Moon Jae-In and Kim Jong Un are taking the initiative in rebuilding positive inter-Korean relations.
  • Flynn 'substantially' aided probe of possible links between Moscow, Trump campaign: Mueller

    Flynn 'substantially' aided probe of possible links between Moscow, Trump campaign: Mueller

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    The special counsel is also due to make three crucial court filings this week, including sentencing memos for Michal Flynn, Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort. US President Donald Trump has called for a "full and complete" sentence for his former lawyer Michael Cohen , weighing in on a judicial proceeding with accusations Cohen lied about dealings with Russian Federation during his 2016 presidential campaign.
  • Kremlin Says Putin, Trump Will Meet on Sidelines of G-20

    Kremlin Says Putin, Trump Will Meet on Sidelines of G-20

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    Speaking on the topic of Kerch Strait incident , the Russian strongman said that Moscow plans to present the evidence of Kiev's provocative actions in Black Sea down in form of legal documents. He said he would wait for the results of a report from his national security team before deciding. For Trump, there was no escape from the lengthening shadow of the USA investigation over Russian meddling in his 2016 election, which is now reaching into his business affairs.
  • CIA Finds Saudi Crown Prince Targeted Khashoggi

    CIA Finds Saudi Crown Prince Targeted Khashoggi

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    The CIA has a "medium to high" level of confidence that Saudi Arabia's crown prince ordered the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi , according to a new leak. The G20 was the first time Prince Mohammed came face-to-face with the world's most powerful leaders since the killing of Khashoggi in October. Secretary General of the leftist Workers' Party Louisa Hanoun called Prince Mohammed's visit a "provocation".
  • NYPD looking for couple who dropped engagement ring in a subway grate

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    The New York Police Department (NYPD) said that they had rescued the ring and were looking for the happy couple in a tweet at about 5pm local time on Saturday (Singapore time 6am, Sunday, Dec 2). Unfortunately for the couple, the NYPD does not have the couple's details, therefore it can't reunite them with the ring. "I am licensed to practice as a Proposal Location Judge and I would rate this one as a two in regards to kneeling over a grate ", another user said.
  • Police recommend Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for bribery

    Police recommend Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for bribery

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    The Israeli prime minister, however, dismissed the accusations against himself and his wife, saying the recommendations had already been determined "even before the investigations began". This is the third such police recommendation against Netanyahu in recent months. "The most serious bribery case yet leaves no room for doubt: a prime minister who is accused of the most serious offense for a public servant in the Israeli rule book can not keep serving one minute longer", said Tamar ...
  • Trump reaffirms second North Korea summit plan

    Trump reaffirms second North Korea summit plan

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    On Friday, Trump discussed the situation with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on the sidelines of the G20 summit. Kim agreed to travel to Seoul after hosting Moon in Pyongyang in September for their third summit this year. In an interview with CNN on Saturday, Pompeo said the second US-North Korea summit would take place "shortly after the first of the year", without giving details.
  • No Hard Evidence Saudi Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killing: Pompeo

    No Hard Evidence Saudi Prince Ordered Khashoggi Killing: Pompeo

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    Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Chris Murphy, D-Conn., would end USA involvement and military assistance to the war where more 85,000 children have died because of a war-induced famine in the country and millions of people on the brink of starvation, which UNICEF declared the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
  • 'We Waited for You': Political Cartoonist Honors George H.W. Bush

    'We Waited for You': Political Cartoonist Honors George H.W. Bush

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    The team went on to participate in two College World Series but lost. Ruth was at Yale University to donate a manuscript of his autobiography to the college, USA Today reported. "Our condolences to the Bush family and the American people", Thacic said. He epitomized class and dignity and was a true patriot. Bush also delivered the ceremonial first pitch during the American League Championship Series between the Astros and Royals.
  • Tijuana Mayor Says Migrant Caravan Organisers Should Face Criminal Charges

    Tijuana Mayor Says Migrant Caravan Organisers Should Face Criminal Charges

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    The Border Patrol office in San Diego said via Twitter that pedestrian crossings have been suspended at the San Ysidro port of entry at both the East and West facilities. "We won't raise taxes tomorrow to pay for today's problem". US authorities say assailants threw a "hail of rocks" at Border Patrol agents in the Sunday chaos that erupted during a protest against USA asylum laws, striking four who escaped serious injury.
  • Russians warn: Civil conflict possible in whole of Ukraine

    Russians warn: Civil conflict possible in whole of Ukraine

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    Adrian Karatnycky of the Atlantic Council urges us to build up USA naval forces in the Black Sea, send anti-aircraft and anti-ship missiles to Ukraine, ratchet up sanctions on Russia, threaten to expel her from the SWIFT system of global bank transactions, and pressure Europe to cancel the Russians' Nord Stream 2 and South Stream oil pipelines into Europe.
  • Trade ties in G20 summit spotlight

    Trade ties in G20 summit spotlight

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    After imposing punishing tariffs on Chinese goods and threatening more to come in January, Trump also has China in his sights as he prepares to meet President Xi Jinping on the G20 margins. The pair discussed trade, co-operation in the Pacific, and the security situations in Iran and North Korea. "We'll see what happens". Asked about the European concerns, a U.S.
  • "We Regret US Decision": Russia After Trump Cancels Talks With Putin

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    Speaking to reporters at the White House, he said that while China was interested in striking a deal, "I don't know if I want to do it" and "I like the deal we have now". Russian Federation continues to hold three Ukrainian naval vessels and more than 20 sailors they seized last weekend in the Black Sea. "The incident in the Black Sea happened, it is a border incident, no more".
  • Modi pursues yoga diplomacy at Argentina G20 summit

    Modi pursues yoga diplomacy at Argentina G20 summit

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    Vladimir Putin may also get a similar grilling over the Sea of Azov conflict where on Sunday Russia fired three Ukrainian navy ships and seized the vessels along with 24 Ukrainian seamen . Some administration officials have been arguing that hitting allies such as the European Union and Japan with tariffs at the same time as Trump is soliciting their help in taking on China would be counter-productive.
  • Nooses found at MS state capitol on eve of special election

    Nooses found at MS state capitol on eve of special election

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    They said, 'Put this cap on. "They're not putting Elvis". "The contribution was made in connection with an event that Major League Baseball lobbyists were asked to attend", an Major League Baseball spokesperson told USA Today Sports . He painted Democrats as a party of "caravans and crime", a reference to the groups of Central American migrants he turned into a midterm issue and the criminal acts he claims - without evidence or supporting data - would follow the groups into the USA if ...
  • Pelosi wins first round: Democrats nominate veteran leader for House speaker

    Pelosi wins first round: Democrats nominate veteran leader for House speaker

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    Ben Ray Lujan, the low-key New Mexico Democrat who helped usher in the majority as chairman of House Democrats' campaign committee. She will need 218 votes to officially be nominated as speaker. The main leaders of the party - Mrs. Pelosi, Rep. Steny Hoyer and Rep. James Clyburn - are all in their 70s and have served as the top-three for over a decade.
  • Dundee and local area placed under flood alert ahead of Storm Diana

    Dundee and local area placed under flood alert ahead of Storm Diana

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    Residents are being warning that there is chance of delays to public transport, some bridges and exposed roads being closed, power cuts, and the possibility of damage to buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs. . Western parts of Britain, including Northern Ireland, south-west England, Scotland and Wales, are expected to bear the brunt of Diana's force on Wednesday.
  • Lion Air Crash: Aircraft Should Have Been Grounded

    Lion Air Crash: Aircraft Should Have Been Grounded

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    He also expressed concern that the plane had not been repaired after those flights. Data from the jetliner crashed in the Java Sea in October showed that the pilots fought with the equipment nearly since the moment Boeing 737 took off as its nose was repeatedly forced down by the malfunctioning sensors.
  • Trump threatens shutdown over border wall funding

    Trump threatens shutdown over border wall funding

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    Trump's push for only a fifth of border wall funding comes as Democrats are set to take the majority in the House in the new year and as illegal immigration soars at the U.S. Sunday's incident began with a march to the border that organizers said would be peaceful. "We'd have to wait more than three months to be called (from the asylum wait-list), and who knows how much longer for our case to be resolved", she said, shaking out her baby's disposable diaper to use it again.
  • Ukraine-Russia sea clash: Poroshenko urges North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to send ships

    Ukraine-Russia sea clash: Poroshenko urges North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to send ships

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    They had been traveling from the Ukrainian port of Odessa, on the Black Sea, to the Ukrainian port of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov. News of missile deployments to Crimea come just a couple of days after a serious naval clash between Russian Federation and Ukraine on Sunday in the Sea of Azov, which is shared territorial waters under a 2003 treaty signed by the two countries.
  • Video shows how Sawmill Fire started

    Video shows how Sawmill Fire started

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    The Forest Service apparently released the video to the Arizona Daily Star as part of the Freedom of Information Act. The Associated Press received the video from the Forest Service on Tuesday. A shocking video, obtained by the Arizona Daily Star , shows the very moment that the deadly Sawmill Fire got started. "Dickey also agreed to make an initial payment of $100,000 toward the restitution judgement and monthly payments thereafter".
  • Video gamer arrested after online player overhears rape, police say

    Video gamer arrested after online player overhears rape, police say

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    A 16-year-old witness told deputies he heard the assault online because Fabian left his mic on during the incident, the newspaper reported. About 15 minutes later, Fabian resumed the game with the other player, police said. She said she attempted to stop the incident four times. An affidavit states that she completed a Sexual Assault Victim Exam which supported that she was abused sexually.
  • White House Christmas decorations finally unveiled

    White House Christmas decorations finally unveiled

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    People had a field day with Melania Trump's traditional Christmas walk in 2017, when she presented a picture of snowy white trees. They were described as scary and referred to as the "hallway of Yuletide murders", "the avenue of blood red trees" and ominous.
  • Gas attack in Aleppo affects dozens

    Gas attack in Aleppo affects dozens

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    Syria's Arab News Agency, SANA , said the alleged chemical attack late Saturday was carried out by "terrorist groups positioned in Aleppo countryside" that fired shells containing toxic gases on three neighborhoods in Syria's largest city.
  • Rain helps douse California fire but slows search crews

    Rain helps douse California fire but slows search crews

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    A search team from Orange County spent Friday combing through ash and debris at a mobile home park in Paradise that had already been searched once by humans and dogs. Officials say three people were found dead and 1,643 structures, a lot of them homes, were destroyed. "The fear is that the rain will drop in intense bursts ", Brian Hurley, a meteorologist with the federal Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland, said early Sunday.
  • Border Patrol Arrests 42 Migrants While Mexico Deports Others

    Border Patrol Arrests 42 Migrants While Mexico Deports Others

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    Otherwise, Gastelum said the Mexican government has pledged to increase federal law enforcement presence in Tijuana and do everything possible to ensure safety in the city. U.S. helicopters flew low overhead, according to an AFP journalist on the scene. The violent clashes took place near the border crossing separating the Mexican city of Tijuana from San Diego.
  • "Heart" of winter storm system to hit here this evening/overnight

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    A blizzard and winter storm warning was in effect through 6 a.m. on Monday across northeast Missouri and into southeast Wisconsin and northeast IL, including the greater Chicago area. The Chicago Department of Aviation reported early Monday that average departure delays at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport are 77 minutes, and the flight-tracking website FlightAware reported that more than 350 flights headed to or from the USA were canceled.
  • Trump tells Mexico to ship migrants home or see border permanently closed

    Trump tells Mexico to ship migrants home or see border permanently closed

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    The gas reached hundreds of migrants protesting near the border after some of them attempted to get through the fencing and wire separating the two countries. A Facebook page set up for the San Diego "March of Solidarity with the Refugee Caravan" suggests that more than 500 demonstrators attended the event, which was organized by several groups, including the Migrant and Refugee Solidarity Coalition, People Over Profits San Diego and Unión del Barrio.
  • 'All Will Stay in Mexico': Trump Threatens to Close Southern US Border

    'All Will Stay in Mexico': Trump Threatens to Close Southern US Border

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    Sanchez was quoted by the paper as saying that Mexico would allow asylum seekers to stay in the country as a "short-term solution". But her office later issued a statement saying: "There is no agreement of any type between the future federal government of Mexico and that of the United States of America".
  • Associate of Roger Stone in plea talks with Muller

    Associate of Roger Stone in plea talks with Muller

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    Federal investigators want to know whether Stone had advance access to emails hacked from the Democratic Party and the account of John Podesta , campaign chairman of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, and obtained by WikiLeaks . "He has stated publicly that he is being asked over and over to say things he simply does not believe occurred", Smith said. "This could be a really dramatic turn in this case, in this investigation", said Deutch.
  • 1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting

    1 teen dead, 2 others injured after Alabama mall shooting

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    The shooting occurred following a fight between an 18-year-old and the 21-year-old shooter according to police. The 12-year-old girl who was struck by the shooter was a bystander during the incidence. "We are working closely with the Hoover Police Department and are grateful for their swift action to contain the situation", said Lindsay Kahn, a spokeswoman for Brookfield Properties, which owns the shopping center.