• EaP Summit welcomes progress in talks on new EU-Azerbaijan agreement
EaP Summit welcomes progress in talks on new EU-Azerbaijan agreement

In October, EU sources told RFE/RL that Lukashenka had received an invitation "without restrictions", just like the leaders of the other five Eastern Partnership states: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. "Maybe they see this as the waiting room for the waiting room (for membership) but for us it's clear that before the waiting roo...

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  • 'Jiminy Cricket': Finnish bakery introduces insect bread
'Jiminy Cricket': Finnish bakery introduces insect bread

Hellstrom noted that Finnish legislation was changed on November 1 to allow the sale of insects as food. From today, supermarkets in Finland will offer insect-added bread , the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat writes, quoted by RIA Novosti.

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  • Fani-Kayode speaks on Atiku's defection to PDP
Fani-Kayode speaks on Atiku's defection to PDP

He lost out in the primary but collapsed his structure to support the president at the 2015 presidential campaign. The party however ruled an automatic ticket for any party member, saying whoever is interested in contesting an elective office, including the former Vice President, must be prepared to submit to constitutional provisions in the spir...

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  • Hero Officers Save Trapped
Hero Officers Save Trapped "Drunk" Woman From Being Hit By Train

As she reaches the platform a friend tries to help her get up onto the platform and out of danger but can not manage. "It's the closest I've seen someone getting hit by a train", Constable Ben Mitchell said. "It was heading straight for her, I just thought she is going to get hit, we've got to try and grab her out of there", one of the officers, ...

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  • British PM in crunch Brexit deal talks with European Union chief
British PM in crunch Brexit deal talks with European Union chief

Last week Mr Tusk said the United Kingdom must show more progress on the "divorce bill" if trade talks were to begin this year. United Kingdom prime minister Theresa May will meet with European Council president Donald Tusk on Friday (24 November), and then on 4 December she will meet with EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.

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  • Gujarat Elections: BJP names 13 more candidates, drops 2 MLAs, repeats 4
Gujarat Elections: BJP names 13 more candidates, drops 2 MLAs, repeats 4

Patel added, "We will now contest only on Umreth, Kutiyana, Gondal, Naroda, Visanagar, Somnath, Limbayat and other seats". Narayanbhai Patel, Ramanbhai Patel and Pankaj Desai are the three other Patidars whose names figure in the list. He has been replaced by local leader Kalubhai Dabhi. State president of NCP , Jayant Patel, said that the allianc...

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  • German president to hold joint talks with Merkel, Schulz next week
German president to hold joint talks with Merkel, Schulz next week

But he also cautioned that there was "no automatic path" to a solution - which could take the form of a new coalition, or of cooperating as Merkel runs a minority government - and that SPD rank-and-file members would have to approve any decision.

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  • Ireland heads to election as gov't on verge of collapse
Ireland heads to election as gov't on verge of collapse

But, on Thursday night, Fine Gael passed a motion in support of Ms Fitzgerald, with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar saying he would not sacrifice his deputy on what he branded a trumped-up charge. While Sinn Fein has said it wants to enter government, the two largest parties have ruled out doing a deal with the party, the former political win...

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  • U.S. concerned over release of Hafiz Saeed from house arrest
U.S. concerned over release of Hafiz Saeed from house arrest

The release on Thursday of Saeed, who for over a decade lived freely and openlydespite a $10-million bounty offered by the United States government, enraged India and is likely to anger Washington , which have been pushing Islamabad to crack down harder on terrorist organisations there.

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  • Dozens feared dead after bomb attack on Egypt mosque
Dozens feared dead after bomb attack on Egypt mosque

Victims are being transferred to local hospitals, they added, speaking on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to brief reporters. The explosion took place during noon prayers before gunmen opened fire on worshippers leaving the mosque, witnesses and security forces said.

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  • Met Office issue ice warning for North-east tonight
Met Office issue ice warning for North-east tonight

Saturday will be even colder as winds pick up, the weather expert predicted. Winds will be light westerly inland. The Yellow warning now means there are two weather warnings in place in Scotland, as the modified Yellow warning for snow that was due to hit overnight is still in place.

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  • Bomb Kills Top Police Officer, His Guard In Pakistan
Bomb Kills Top Police Officer, His Guard In Pakistan

Headquarters Muhammad Ashraf NoorHeadquarters Muhammad Ashraf NoorPolice said that it was a suicide blast. The vehicle caught fire as result of the explosion killing Asharf Nur and his gunmen. No group has claimed the responsibility of the blast yet. Prime Minister Shahid Abbasi condemned the attack and expressed his condolences. For years, Pe...

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  • Sheena Bora murder case: Indrani playing victim card, says Peter
Sheena Bora murder case: Indrani playing victim card, says Peter

Former media baron Peter Mukerjea on Thursday told the court his wife Indrani's allegation that he may have been involved in the disappearance of her murdered daughter Sheena Bora was not true. The court would hear the arguments on December 5. Although she fell short of explicitly accusing Peter of the murder, Indrani had said he and Shyamw...

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  • Prakash Raj sends legal notice to BJP MP for trolling him
Prakash Raj sends legal notice to BJP MP for trolling him

Raj said the trolling began after he called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a bigger actor than him. Simha, who represents Mysuru constituency, had tweeted on October 2: "Being sad due to son's death, having left your wife and ran behind a dancer, Mr.

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  • Eight 'N.korean' men found in Japan coast
Eight 'N.korean' men found in Japan coast

The men were taken into custody, walking unaided, according to Japanese national broadcaster NHK. "The eight individuals were said to have gone to North Korea for fishing but have drifted due to mechanical problems", said Hachiro Okonogi, president of the national Commission of public safety.

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  • Vasco Da Gama-Patna Express derails: 3 dead, Piyush Goyal orders probe
Vasco Da Gama-Patna Express derails: 3 dead, Piyush Goyal orders probe

The train derailment in Chitrakoot comes less than 12 hours after a bolero had collided with a passenger train near Lucknow killing four and injuring two. Apart from this, people sustaining grievously injured will get Rs one lakh and Rs. 50 to those sustaining minor injury. If the passengers need any sort of help or the details they can call on t...

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  • Parliament winter session to commence on 15 December
Parliament winter session to commence on 15 December

Hindustan Times reported on Thursday that the dates of the session had earlier been finalised but not declared as they were sent to President Ram Nath Kovind for his approval. This has been the practice in the past. At least we have a lot of stake in this election. "I donot know our opponents will be busy in campaigning or not but we will be busy",...

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  • Woman who sent explosive packages to Obama tracked down through cat hair
Woman who sent explosive packages to Obama tracked down through cat hair

When Abbott opened the package in early October 2016, it didn't blow up because he didn't open it as designed. Shipping labels on the packages as well as cat hair that stuck to the label mailed to Obama revealed Poff as the offender. Poff is facing several charges, including transporting explosives with the intent to kill, mailing nonmailable, in...

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  • Crocodiles leave Aussie fishermen trapped on auto for four days
Crocodiles leave Aussie fishermen trapped on auto for four days

He told the BBC the men had survived by rationing food and water, but they had run out of supplies when they were found on the Dampier Peninsula, about 100km (60 miles) north of the city of Broome. Mr Bryce-Maurice said they did their best to keep each other's spirits high and reassure themselves by saying "only one more day, they'll find us tomo...

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  • Texas DPS trooper shot, killed in Freestone County
Texas DPS trooper shot, killed in Freestone County

The shooting happened on I-45 South of Fairfield. Incident occurred in Freestone county at approx 4:00 PM south of Fairfield on I45. "Contact law enforcement if spotted and do not approach", the statement added. The identity of the trooper hasn't been released. A manhunt is underway for a person accused of killing a Texas state trooper in Frees...

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  • Facebook to expose Russian fake news pages
Facebook to expose Russian fake news pages

Yet, the disclosure falls short of notifying more than 100 million other users who came across the pages' ads and posts, and may have liked, shared or commented on them. Over the last few months the company has identified thousands of posts and paid advertisements placed by Russia-based operatives. US Congress and intelligence agencies are now in...

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  • Modi and Ranil hold key talks on Indo-Lanka relations
Modi and Ranil hold key talks on Indo-Lanka relations

Prime Minister Modi went Sri Lanka in May for the duration of which he was present at the biggest Buddhist festival "Vesak Day" as its chief guest. A Congress delegation, led by party president Sonia Gandhi , on Thursday met the Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe here, the AICC said.

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  • ´Tears were shed´ as ambulance crew grants dying woman´s last wish
´Tears were shed´ as ambulance crew grants dying woman´s last wish

The Queensland Ambulance Service said "tears were shed" and the patient was "ecstatic". "It's always someone else's father, mother, brother". The photo has resonated with audiences worldwide - gathering close to 50,000 likes and more than 15,000 shares since it was posted Thursday morning.

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  • Santa Train kicks off Christmas in Pioneer Park
Santa Train kicks off Christmas in Pioneer Park

The holiday season in Meridian will kick off with the annual City of Meridian Tree Lighting Ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 5:30 p.m. Mayor Percy Bland will host the festivities at City Hall Lawn. The event will include a short Christmas program, followed by the lighting of the tree. The train museum will be open with free cocoa, hot cider and ca...

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  • Analyzing today's market share for - Newell Brands Inc. (NYSE:NWL)
Analyzing today's market share for - Newell Brands Inc. (NYSE:NWL)

Moreover, Wells Fargo Co Mn has 0.03% invested in Newell Brands Inc (NYSE: NWL ) for 1.74M shares. Among 19 analysts covering Newell Rubbermaid Inc. The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, December 15th. Stockholders of record on Thursday, November 30th will be given a dividend of $0.23 per share.

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