• World's first humanoid citizen wants to start a family
World's first humanoid citizen wants to start a family

As she told in the Khaleej Times newspaper: "The idea of the family is a really big thing". She further added: "I think it's wonderful that people can find the same emotions and relationships, they call family, outside of their blood groups too".

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  • United States undersea rescue module arriving to sub area in Argentina
United States undersea rescue module arriving to sub area in Argentina

More than a week after an Argentine military submarine vanished, the search for the craft was still underway. After contact with the San Juan was lost, the Vienna-based Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty Organization, an worldwide body that runs a global network of listening posts created to check for secret atomic blasts, detected a noise t...

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  • 'Thatcher vs Miners' university event cancelled after outcry
'Thatcher vs Miners' university event cancelled after outcry

Students were told to "think pickaxes". Organisers of the "Forwards vs Backs" social event, due to take place on Wednesday, asked some students to attend with "flat caps, filth and a general disregard for personal safety" and "think pickaxes, think headlamps, think 12% unemployment in 1984".

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  • White House Might Ban Staff Members From Using Personal Phones at Work
White House Might Ban Staff Members From Using Personal Phones at Work

One official, however, said that the potential internal rule change isn't related to those worries, according to Bloomberg . One official said that there are too many devices connected to the campus wireless network and that personal phones aren't as secure as those issued by the federal government.

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  • 'Courageous woman:' Attack survivor Marlene Bird dies
'Courageous woman:' Attack survivor Marlene Bird dies

She was also afraid to go into Prince Albert. Leslie Black, the man who pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the 2014 back-alley attack, was sentenced to 16 years in prison this past September. Bird said at the time she could forgive Black after hearing his apology in court. "Deep inside, she still cared for people". Bird was a member of the M...

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  • SCOTUS won't hear Maryland assault weapons case
SCOTUS won't hear Maryland assault weapons case

The move came after recent mass shootings at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas, Nevada, where 58 people died and hundreds were injured, and in a rural Texas church (25 dead), had brought passionate new calls for gun control. The US Supreme Court on Monday (Nov 27) once again refused to intervene in the heated national debate over gun violence, leav...

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  • Trump calls Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas' while hosting Native American war heroes event
Trump calls Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas' while hosting Native American war heroes event

Elizabeth Warren of MA. Trump has repeatedly called Warren " Pocahontas " after a 2012 interview with NPR when Warren claimed that a small part of her ancestry is Native American. Trump goes on. "I like you". The senator, a frequent Trump critic, told MSNBC on Monday that Trump's comments under the circumstances were "deeply unfortunate".

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  • Twitter Blocks New York Times Tweets
Twitter Blocks New York Times Tweets

Micro-blogging website Twitter blocked New York Times's worldwide team account after freezing it for "violating Twitter's rule against hateful conduct", but restored it after 24 hours with an apology. The article covered Trudeau's public apology to a group who were forced to leave their families to attend boarding school, where they were subjec...

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  • Uttar Pradesh: Eight donkeys serve 'jail term' for destroying crops in Orai
Uttar Pradesh: Eight donkeys serve 'jail term' for destroying crops in Orai

The animals were released only after a local politician intervened and insisted on their release. They were released on Monday. The Urai Jail police admitted the charges for which donkyes were detained. Urai Jail's head constable RK Mishra said that the donkeys had destroyed very expensive plants. The eight donkeys were detained on November 24, f...

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  • Court upholds death penalty for 139 soldiers over mutiny
Court upholds death penalty for 139 soldiers over mutiny

The High Court on Monday upheld death penalty for 139 and commuted death penalty to life term for eight in the much-talked about BDR mutiny case. Among the accused, 813 were arrested, 13 are on bail, 20 are on the run while four died in custody.

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  • California Lawmaker Resigns Following Misconduct Allegations
California Lawmaker Resigns Following Misconduct Allegations

Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon announced an independent investigation of the allegations, and said he would move to expel Bocanegra if they were substantiated. On Monday, Bocanegra denied that he is guilty of such crimes, but said he is "admittedly not ideal". Legislative staffer Elise Flynn Gyore says Bocanegra put his hands inside her blouse at ...

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  • Teenager Detained At Canada Border; Grandmother Found Dead
Teenager Detained At Canada Border; Grandmother Found Dead

Mott was charged with stealing French's 2015 Dodge Dart and Lendvay said he was a person of interest in the woman's death as authorities continued the search for him, believing he was still alive and driving the auto after he was spotted on surveillance video in Pennsylvania.

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  • Notte di sparatoria a Ostia, obiettivo famiglia Spada
Notte di sparatoria a Ostia, obiettivo famiglia Spada

Al fratello Giuliano ha detto meglio: mentre i bossoli punzecchiavano il portone blindato del fratello, il suo all'ultimo piano di via Baffigo 45, la parallela dopo, veniva preso a calci e pugni. Istituzioni unite sono risposta a malavita. Direttamente da Bari il ministro dell'Interno, Marco Minniti , ha parlato di questo evento: " Non possiamo ...

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  • The Dictionary.com 2017 Word Of The Year Is Basically
The Dictionary.com 2017 Word Of The Year Is Basically "Ivanka Trump"

That was the day after " Saturday Night Live " aired a sketch starring Scarlett Johansson as Ivanka Trump in a glittery gold dress peddling a fragrance called " Complicit " because: "She's lovely, she's powerful, she's complicit ". The word was also boosted by the bevy of sexual harassment scandals that have plagued public figures this year, ...

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  • Government unveils 'industrial strategy', £1bn investment from pharma giants
Government unveils 'industrial strategy', £1bn investment from pharma giants

As part of the strategy, an " Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund " will invest an additional GBP725m in new programmes to "capture the value of innovation". The section of the Industrial Strategy linked to the circular economy and the waste and resources strategy due out in 2018 look to be aligning with the European Commission's circular economy pr...

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  • Train Derailment Causes Molten Sulfur Leak Outside Central Florida City
Train Derailment Causes Molten Sulfur Leak Outside Central Florida City

Sheriffs deputies were going door-to-door to urge residents on Strickland Road to remain indoors, officials said. Officials lifted the restriction about 8:45 a.m. According to NASA , molten sulfur can burn your skin if you come into contact with it and make it hard to breathe. The train was carrying a variety of freight, including molten sulphur, ...

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  • Newly married couple killed 'on jirga's orders' in Karachi
Newly married couple killed 'on jirga's orders' in Karachi

The couple had settled in a rented house in the southern city of Karachi . The couple were from the Kohistan tribal district of northwest Pakistan. "How was a jirga held here?" CM Shah has directed the Inspector General (IG) of Police A.D. Khawaja to conduct a thorough investigation and present a detailed report of the incident as soon as po...

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  • Kim Kardashian's Attorney Reportedly Working on Cyntoia Brown's Case
Kim Kardashian's Attorney Reportedly Working on Cyntoia Brown's Case

Fearing for her life, Brown reached into her purse and shot Allen in the back of the head. Ms Brown's case has proven to be certainly complex. She also said she reached for the gun because she thought he "was gonna get a gun or he is gonna do something to me", and that she "just...

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  • Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

The partnership has also commenced plans to set up Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) across the country to cater for the needs of victims of violence. "Advocacy and capacity building had been employed as strategies to address the high prevalence of Female Genital Mutilation in the country". But this rupture of human rights occurs in a variety...

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  • Coral Transplantation gives Hope for the Great Barrier Reef
Coral Transplantation gives Hope for the Great Barrier Reef

They collected vast quantities of coral eggs and sperm during mass spawning, using them to grow more than a million coral larvae, and then delivered the larvae onto reef patches in underwater mesh tents. Without the algae, the coral dies and seaweeds take over. "We can grow these corals from microscopic larvae to dinner-plate size, breedi...

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  • Dead, 30 Injured as Huge Explosion Rocks Ningbo
Dead, 30 Injured as Huge Explosion Rocks Ningbo

Reports suggest that bystanders stated the explosion may have been caused by a gas pipeline that was damaged during demolition work - a claim denied by the Ningbo gas company - according to CBS News . Helmeted rescuers were seen carrying injured people away from the area, while others stood over a person lying on the ground. Aerial images posted...

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  • 4G will roll into the London Underground in 2019
4G will roll into the London Underground in 2019

The London-wide transport system has been one of the UK's extensive black spots for mobile connectivity. All test equipment and fibre cables from the trial have since been removed from stations and tunnels, suggesting the very latest equipment available closer to roll out will be used when the plans kick into action.

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  • A 67-year-old record high could be toppled in Denver Monday
A 67-year-old record high could be toppled in Denver Monday

Denver's official temperature is recorded at Denver International Airport. Other than the unusual heat, Monday will be dry but we will see increasing clouds throughout the day as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Rain and then snow could fall in Denver early Tuesday morning. The chance for precipitation is 30 percent. Accumulation is ...

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  • 13-year-old in custody following Thanksgiving triple shooting
13-year-old in custody following Thanksgiving triple shooting

The victims of the shooting were in a parked auto on the 1700 block of East 28th Street near Manual High School when an unknown number of suspects opened fire on the vehicle. One of the boys was struck multiple times and was in critical condition following the shooting. The woman was shot in the leg, one of the males was shot in the arm, the othe...

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  • Firearm Deer Season Opens in Maryland
Firearm Deer Season Opens in Maryland

The reason, the deer population is up because of the mild winter past year and a big food supply of acorns. Windau said gun season provides a number of environmental and economical impacts.

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