• US President insists he is
US President insists he is "not a racist"

Equally disturbing is the way Trump's defenders justified the president's words. In a separate statement, a US embassy spokesman said Young "reiterated the excellent relations that exist between the United States and Nigeria and they discussed future cooperation between the two countries".

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  • Ex-Trump chief strategist Bannon to meet with House panel on Russian Federation
Ex-Trump chief strategist Bannon to meet with House panel on Russian Federation

Author Michael Wolff's book, which was published January 5, details the tempestuous tenure of U.S. President Donald Trump's first nine months in office. CNN, citing multiple unnamed sources, first reported the news of the request to Hicks on Monday and added that Hicks would meet with the committee in the coming days.

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  • US plan is 'slap of the century', says Abbas
US plan is 'slap of the century', says Abbas

Trump said in a Twitter message last week that the US gives the Palestinians hundreds of millions of dollars each year and gets "no respect or appreciation". He has shown that "the source of the conflict between us and the Palestinians is their refusal to recognize the Jewish state with any borders", the prime minister said.

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  • Further weather warnings issued ahead of Storm Fionn's arrival
Further weather warnings issued ahead of Storm Fionn's arrival

An Orange wind warning has been issued, in effect from 3pm today, lasting for 12 hours until 3am tomorrow morning. Met Éireann says: "High or very high seas are going to affect the Atlantic Seaboard over the next few days, leading to an increased risk of coastal flooding".

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  • Turkey to not allow arming of PKK/PYD: Army chief
Turkey to not allow arming of PKK/PYD: Army chief

Earlier, the Turkish Armed Forces hit the positions of PYD and YPG in the Syrian city of Afrin. American officials said at the weekend that the new force was needed as the focus shifted from fighting IS extremists to border security in northern Syria .

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  • Based Immigrant Deported To Mexico After 30 Years In US
Based Immigrant Deported To Mexico After 30 Years In US

According to Fox 8 , Garcia was brought to the us illegally when he was 10 years old. The number of immigrants arrested for administrative violations from the beginning of Trump's stint as president rose to 1,10,568 from 77,806 during the same period the previous year - an increase of 40 percent.

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  • Peel Hunt Trims Carclo (CAR) Target Price to GBX 130
Peel Hunt Trims Carclo (CAR) Target Price to GBX 130

It has underperformed by 7.03% the S&P500. Communisis plc using EPIC/TICKER code (LON:CMS) has had its stock rating noted as "Reiterates" with the recommendation being set at "BUY" this morning by analysts at Liberum Capital. Shore Capital restated a not rated rating on shares of Lonmin in a research note on Friday, November 3rd. The firm has "...

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  • Danish inventor 'is charged with journalist's murder'
Danish inventor 'is charged with journalist's murder'

Prosecutors alleged Mr Madsen either cut Ms Wall's throat or strangled her, describing the case as "very unusual and extremely gross". His trial will begin on March 8, charged with premeditated murder as well as dismemberment and "sexual relations other than intercourse of a particularly risky nature", prosecutors said.

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  • Dreamers Protection Has To Come With Border Wall
Dreamers Protection Has To Come With Border Wall

In addition, they proposed a down payment of the $1.6 billion requested by the administration this year on border security, limits to the ability of recipients to sponsor family members and an end to the diversity lottery and reallocation of those visas in part to cover people who were under Temporary Protected Status.

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  • UK police say death of Dolores O'Riordan not suspicious
UK police say death of Dolores O'Riordan not suspicious

Formed in Limerick, Ireland, The Cranberries became global stars in the 1990s with hits including " Zombie " and " Linger " that fused the alternative rock edge with poppy tunefulness. The Cranberries shot to global fame with their 1993 debut album "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" and went on to sell over 40 million records worldwi...

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  • Romania loses second Prime Minister in seven months
Romania loses second Prime Minister in seven months

Romania has lost its second prime minister in seven months after Mihai Tudose's own political party withdrew its backing. . Tensions between Tudose, who was named last June, and the party's powerful president Liviu Dragnea erupted last week when the prime minister asked his interior minister, a close Dragnea ally, to resign, accusing her publicly...

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  • DEADLY blowfish accidentally goes on sale in Japan
DEADLY blowfish accidentally goes on sale in Japan

A Japanese city has activated an emergency warning system to alert residents to avoid eating locally purchased blowfish, after a mix-up saw toxic parts of the delicacy go on sale. Three of five packages have so far been retrieved, local officials said. If the body is severely poisoned, the symptoms would include hypotension, depressed corneal refle...

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  • Immigration Agency Again Accepting DACA Requests
Immigration Agency Again Accepting DACA Requests

The statements drew quick and widespread condemnation and resulted in Trump reversing his vow to sign whatever DACA deal lawmakers came up with. Following the ruling, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is now again accepting requests from Dreamers to apply for the program.

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  • Four law enforcement officers shot during search for suspect in York County
Four law enforcement officers shot during search for suspect in York County

The suspect, identified as 47-year-old Christian Thomas McCall, was also shot and taken into custody, police said. He was shot during the pursuit. The extent of the injuries and names of the law enforcement officials wounded have not been released.

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  • Singapore, Malaysia ink agreement for constructing Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System
Singapore, Malaysia ink agreement for constructing Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System

With a capacity to carry 10,000 passengers per hour per direction, the RTS Link will provide an additional capacity of 60,000 users crossing the Causeway during peak hours. "With the bilateral agreement, they are now empowered to start the ball rolling with pre-tender paperwork, before they call for expression of interest, industry briefing and so ...

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  • Hawaiian emergency worker who sent ballistic missile threat message reassigned
Hawaiian emergency worker who sent ballistic missile threat message reassigned

But it took almost 40 minutes for a corrected message to be issued - with Hawaii's governor saying there was no automatic way to cancel the false alarm, meaning it had to be done manually. David Ige told CNN "an employee pushed the wrong button", causing the erroneous alert. Hawaii is about 4,500 miles from Pyongyang, and the vocal military...

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  • Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' Gets Banned in Lebanon
Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' Gets Banned in Lebanon

Five of Spielberg's recent productions, including Bridge of Spies , were released in Lebanon. And The Post is an all-American movie. The film follows Katharine Graham (Streep) who, as the first female publisher of The Washington Post , relies on the help of editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks) to catch up with The New York Times to break the stor...

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  • PLO leaders threaten to freeze Oslo accords
PLO leaders threaten to freeze Oslo accords

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman says his nation will continue to coordinate with Palestinian security officials despite a tirade by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday against Israel, President Trump and United States policy in the region.

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  • Trump ei Paesi
Trump ei Paesi "cessi", l'Onu si arrabbia

Ha soltanto riconosciuto di aver usato un "linguaggio duro", come riporta l'autorevole The Washington Post . Il presidente degli Stati Uniti Donald Trump ha ripetutamente promesso di mettere e porre fine agli " abusi commerciali ", indicando il dominio del commercio globale della Cina come ingiusto, unilaterale, "qualcosa che è possibile fer...

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  • Hawaii worker who pushed button reassigned after bungled missile alert
Hawaii worker who pushed button reassigned after bungled missile alert

US President Donald Trump weighed in on Sunday during a visit to Florida and gave Hawaii state officials credit for admitting their mistake, saying: "I loved that they took responsibility". In December, for the first time in more than three decades, a warning siren sounded across Hawaii as officials tested a system that could alert resident...

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  • NFL Divisional Playoff Preview: Titans at Patriots
NFL Divisional Playoff Preview: Titans at Patriots

Wide receiver Danny Amendola's best game of the season (so far) came in the New England's divisional-round matchup against Tennessee Saturday night. The nightcap features the AFC's top seed, the New England Patriots (13-3), and the No. 5 seed Tennessee Titans (10-7) at Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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  • Churches attacked, Chile reviews security ahead of Pope's visit
Churches attacked, Chile reviews security ahead of Pope's visit

During his visit to Chile , the pope will also meet representatives of the poor and young people, as well as visit a women's prison. The vandals left behind a menacing message. Local police are conducting an investigation to find the whereabouts of those involved. "Today there is a connivance between a certain Christianity and the secularist socie...

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  • Australian Open: Nadal starts with a victory, Venus Williams loses
Australian Open: Nadal starts with a victory, Venus Williams loses

His opponent, Victor Estrella Burgos , ranked 81 in the world has mainly played challenger events since bombing out of Wimbledon in the first round a year ago. Federer appeared typically relaxed - and well prepared - ahead of his 72nd major. At 37, Venus Williams among the top contenders at Melbourne Park.

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  • Serb politician in Kosovo shot dead
Serb politician in Kosovo shot dead

Gunmen opened fire at Oliver Ivanovic shooting him five times in front of the offices of his Citizens' Initiative Party in the northern Mitrovica region this morning. The politician later died in a local hospital, local news outlet b92 reported citing his lawyer Nebojsa Vlajic. Medics say Ivanovic received at least five gunshot wounds to his up...

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  • Kushner was warned about Wendi Deng Murdoch
Kushner was warned about Wendi Deng Murdoch

Ms Deng and Mr Kushner were not accused of any wrongdoing in the report from the WSJ , which is published by News Corp, the vast media empire chaired by Rupert Murdoch. The subsequent rift between the Journal and Trump poses a major shift, as the newspaper has typically been one of the few that Trump doesn't regularly attack as a peddler of "f...

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