• Complicated NAFTA topics to take more rounds of talks, says Mexico
Complicated NAFTA topics to take more rounds of talks, says Mexico

The negotiators made progress on a variety of technical files, almost concluding some less-controversial chapters such as digital trade, sanitary measures, customs enforcement and telecommunications. She cited progress on the topics of telecom, digital trade and sanitary rules and said she expects a "positive outcome". A Canadian official said on...

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  • Uighurs Flee From Detention Centre In Southern Thailand
Uighurs Flee From Detention Centre In Southern Thailand

Cherngron Rimpadee, an immigration police deputy spokesman, said police were patrolling the border between Thailand and Malaysia. Earlier, relatives of the detained Uighurs called on the Thai government to allow them to travel to a third country, saying they are not victims of human trafficking but they are fleeing from China to join their famili...

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  • Man Arrested in Berlin Over John Lennon's Stolen Diaries
Man Arrested in Berlin Over John Lennon's Stolen Diaries

Items which belonged to the late John Lennon including diaries and his iconic round-framed glasses were found in Germany recently as they were stolen almost eleven years ago. Detectives said much of the haul was confiscated from an auction house in Berlin in July, sparking an investigation to find the rest of the stolen items.

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  • 'Padmavati' row: Nobody has right to distort history, says Punjab CM
'Padmavati' row: Nobody has right to distort history, says Punjab CM

A BJP leader in Haryana, who made an outrageous public offer for Rs. 10 crore for the heads of Padukone and Bhansali, has been ordered to explain his remarks to the party, especially his attempts to lampoon PM Modi; however, he has not been asked to quit office.

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  • National Football League owners believe anthem policy will change if protests continue, report says
National Football League owners believe anthem policy will change if protests continue, report says

When will the highly paid Commissioner finally get tough and smart? The NFL made it league policy in 2009 for players and coaches to be on the sidelines while the national anthem is played, and it suggests that they stand for the song, though there is no requirement to do so.

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  • State Sen. Dan Schoen to resign over sexual harassment claims
State Sen. Dan Schoen to resign over sexual harassment claims

On Tuesday, the office of Senate Minority leader Tom Bakk confirmed the DFL leader in the Senate had met with Schoen and his attorney. "We asked Representative Tony Cornish to offer his resignation from the Minnesota House of Representatives".

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  • Apology to Canadians persecuted for being gay coming November 28: Trudeau
Apology to Canadians persecuted for being gay coming November 28: Trudeau

Lynne Gouliquer, a military veteran who has researched the history of persecuting and forcing LGBTQ people out of their jobs in the military and the federal government, says she wants to see the heads of the institutions responsible take part in the November 28 apology.

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  • 'Rules of the game' should be equal for all, says Nawaz Sharif
'Rules of the game' should be equal for all, says Nawaz Sharif

Sharif was indicted in all three cases while his daughter Maryam and her husband Safdar, co-accused with Sharif in only one case, were also indicted last month. The PML-N President lamented the PPP moving of the amendment bill, saying: "The PPP's support for this bill hurt me". The Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Affairs Dr Asif ...

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  • Feared Killed As Farmers, Herdsmen Clash In Adamawa
Feared Killed As Farmers, Herdsmen Clash In Adamawa

It was the biggest attack in Adamawa since December 2016, when two female suicide bombers killed 45 people at a crowded market in the town of Madagali. This led to a reprisal attack by the farming communities of Shaforon, Kodomti and Kikan all in Numan local government area of the state. Mafindi Danburam, head of the herders' union in Adamawa, sa...

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  • A cool down for Wednesday
A cool down for Wednesday

In the meantime get ready for a chill in the air for the next couple of days. Most of the holiday weekend will remain dry with the exception of Wednesday . A cold front to the west is bringing some light snow and rain showers to western PA and a coastal storm is bringing showers to the Philadelphia area and Jersey Shore points.

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  • Foreign ministers of Korea, China to hold meeting this week
Foreign ministers of Korea, China to hold meeting this week

It was not long since the two sides had announced that they had reached consensus on the THAAD issue in a joint press release, he added. A foreign ministry spokesman, Lu Kang, said that so far he had not heard about Air China's cancellation.

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  • Pakistan Court Orders Release of Hafiz Saeed
Pakistan Court Orders Release of Hafiz Saeed

The board headed by Justice Abdul Sami Khan said in a statement, "The government is ordered to release JuD chief Hafiz Saeed if he is not wanted in any other case". However the last two extensions were made on the "public safety law". Earlier in the day, the department produced Saeed before the board and sought a three-month extension in his de...

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  • Student of the Year 2 | Poster | Tiger Shroff
Student of the Year 2 | Poster | Tiger Shroff

The very first look of Karan Johar's much talked about film Student of The Year 2 came as a Monday surprise for all the fans. Now in the sequel, Karan has handed over the director's job to Punit Malhotra who has earlier directed " I Hate Luv Storys " and " Gori Tere Pyaar Mein " with Karan's Dharma Productions.

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  • U.S. military members had 'improper contact' with foreign women
U.S. military members had 'improper contact' with foreign women

The investigation is the latest headache for US security detail accompanying top officials on overseas trips. In another incident in 2012, Secret Service agents in Cartagena, Colombia were caught soliciting prostitutes. NBC previously reported that military members on the Panama trip had been removed from White House duty. Service members who...

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  • EBA announces move to Paris
EBA announces move to Paris

He wrote (in French): "Paris will welcome the EBA!" It's a recognition of France's attractiveness and European commitment. "I'm happy and proud for our country". The agency has approximately 160 employees. Among other tasks, the EBA assesses risks and vulnerabilities in the European Union banking sector through regular risk assessment reports and...

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  • Govt pressures European Union to 'move on' Brexit talks over Irish border issue
Govt pressures European Union to 'move on' Brexit talks over Irish border issue

Leader of the DUP, Arlene Foster , issued a statement on Monday night just days after Ireland's taoiseach said the country would block progress in the EU-UK talks if Westminster did not come up with proposals to avoid a hard border with Northern Ireland .

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  • Mladic set to appear before court for verdict
Mladic set to appear before court for verdict

He has been charged with having committed genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia . United Nations judges have opened a hearing to deliver their judgment in the genocide trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen.

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  • President Trump declares North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism
President Trump declares North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism

The question of whether Trump would reinstall North Korea to the list hung over the President's recent Asia trip. Mr Trump also mentioned student Otto Warmbier, 22, who died after being returned from North Korean detention to the USA in an unconscious state.

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  • The Met Office issues Kent yellow weather warning for wind
The Met Office issues Kent yellow weather warning for wind

The Chief Forecaster says that gusts of 50mph are likely across much of the South-East. The warning covers most of the country, including all of Hampshire. Up to 2in (5cm) of snow is likely for many parts with 8in (20cm) possible in places over higher ground. The warning reads: "There remains some uncertainty with regards to the exact location ...

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  • Tripura State Rifles Commandant arrested in journalist murder case
Tripura State Rifles Commandant arrested in journalist murder case

He was rushed to the Agartala Government Medical College where he was declared brought dead. "The Shillong Press Club prays for heavenly solace to Sudip Datta Bhowmik and fervently wishes that peace and better sense prevail in this nation which is founded on these very principles", the statement said.

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  • Citizenship crisis: NXT Senator Skye Kakoschke-Moore to resign over dual citizenship
Citizenship crisis: NXT Senator Skye Kakoschke-Moore to resign over dual citizenship

He said Kakoschke-Moore's circumstance was completely different from that of Sharkie - who didn't receive her confirmation of renouncing her British citizenship until after her nomination went in. "In fact, as a 12-year-old when I was living in Oman, my father made enquiries with the British embassy there to determine whether I was eligible for a B...

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  • US Navy helicopter carrying 11 crashes into Pacific
US Navy helicopter carrying 11 crashes into Pacific

It wasn't clear if they are alive. The cause of the crash is not yet known known and the names those onboard were being withheld while next of kin were notified. The USS Ronald Reagan last week was one of three American aircraft carriers that held rare joint drills in the region, joined separately by Japanese navy and South Korean warships over t...

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  • 2nd OH state lawmaker resigns over inappropriate behavior
2nd OH state lawmaker resigns over inappropriate behavior

Goodman allegedly wrote that "he needed help "alpha to alpha" and that 'it wouldn't be gay if it's just two alphas.'" (Classic frat boy move.) Another trademark Goodman move was to invite guys to drink booze and then skinny dip in a hot tub.

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  • Iran, Lebanon reject Arab League criticism as tensions mount
Iran, Lebanon reject Arab League criticism as tensions mount

Iran, along with the US-led global coalition, has been a major supporter of Baghdad in its war against ISIS. On 4 November, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri resigned while in Riyadh over what he described as Iranian interference in his country and direct threats to his life.

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  • Man wanted in connection with double homicide is Idaho sex offender
Man wanted in connection with double homicide is Idaho sex offender

A third adult was injured during the incident and was transported to an Idaho hospital in serious condition, according to LPD. Richard Carlin, 73, was identified as a suspect in the attack, and police began hunting for him and alerting law enforcement agencies around the region.

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