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Poll Shows France's Le Pen Gaining Support

It was Ms Le Pen's last day in Lebanon, where she met a foreign head of state for the first time - President Michel Aoun. Headscarves and other religious symbols have been barred from schools since ...

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Protestors Call on Collins to Hold Open Access Town Hall

Protestors Call on Collins to Hold Open Access Town Hall

Susan Collins said the committee could subpoena Trump's tax returns if it would help in the fact-finding process. Flynn resigned early last week amid revelations he misled Vice President Pence about...

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Three Soldiers, 1 Civilian Woman Killed in Militant Attack in Kashmir

Three Soldiers, 1 Civilian Woman Killed in Militant Attack in Kashmir

Rebels have been fighting against Indian rule since 1989. Sources said that the militants managed to escape after carrying out the attack. A woman has also been killed in the cross firing. This is...

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N.Korean man's death 'conspiratorial racket' by Seoul

N.Korean man's death 'conspiratorial racket' by Seoul

Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu Bakar told the Malay Mail that they have now had to "take precautions", and "will not allow anyone to tamper with the mortuary". At a press conference earlier, Khal...

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MSPs set to approve Scottish budget in final vote

BBC Scotland has spent more than a year on developing a "news hour" type programme to replace the Six O'Clock News on BBC1, commissioning a series of pilot shows using different formats, in the beli...

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Syria's Opposition HNC Calls for Direct Talks With Damascus

Turkey, Russia and fellow regime-backer Iran have organised separate negotiations in Kazakhstan's capital Astana, viewed as prelude to the United Nations talks. According to several estimates, Syria's...

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Trump names McMaster as national security adviser

Trump names McMaster as national security adviser

Trump also said Keith Kellogg , a retired U.S. Army general who has been serving as the acting national security adviser, as chief of staff to the National Security Council. Mr. Trump called him...

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Avalanche, snow and rain bring traffic to a halt in Nevada

Avalanche, snow and rain bring traffic to a halt in Nevada

Rainfall at Reno-Tahoe International Airport officially surpassed the previous wettest year recorded in 1982-83 at 4 a.m. Wednesday, the weather service said. The stormy weather and piles of new snow ...

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Portsmouth Harbour reopens after another WW2 bomb is found

Portsmouth Harbour reopens after another WW2 bomb is found

Road have also been closed as a specialist diving team is called in. Wightlink suspended the Fastcat passenger service and the Fishbourne / Portsmouth auto ferry early this morning citing security r...

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Man Indicted In 2005 Notorious Brooklyn Cold Case Murder

Man Indicted In 2005 Notorious Brooklyn Cold Case Murder

A man charged with two cold case murders in Bushwick was dragged into court kicking and screaming Wednesday - but his arraignment had to be postponed after he refused to allow officers to fingerprint ...

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North Korean diplomat seen sending off 4 murder suspects

North Korean diplomat seen sending off 4 murder suspects

He famously fell out with his family after attempting to visit Disneyland in Tokyo, Japan, with a fake passport in 2001. Since that time, he has lived mainly in the Chinese territory of Macau. Three...

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New Trump travel ban delayed until next week, White House says

New Trump travel ban delayed until next week, White House says

The first Trump Travel Ban, as it has become known, blocked Syrian refugees from entering American and prevented seven Muslim-associated countries from entering as well for the next 90 days. Details, ...

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Rates mixed at weekly US Treasury bill auction

Rates mixed at weekly US Treasury bill auction

The Fed's next meeting will take place March 14-15. "Several" expressed fears that unemployment could fall substantially below the Fed's 4.8% target. Fed officials have forecast three rate increases...

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Weather warnings in place for us

Weather warnings in place for us

The Met Office has issued the warning for gusts of 70-80 miles per hour on Thursday, as well as heavy rain and a possibility of snow. Severe weather warnings have been put in place for much of the U...

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Essendon crash victims identified as investigation continues

Essendon crash victims identified as investigation continues

An energy consulting firm in Austin, Texas, says its former CEO and co-founder was one of the men killed when a small plane crashed into a shopping mall in Australia. It is understood the charter fl...

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Zoo culls snow monkeys with lethal injection because they carried 'ALIEN genes'

Zoo culls snow monkeys with lethal injection because they carried 'ALIEN genes'

The monkeys had "to be killed to protect the indigenous environment", an official told the Japan Times . The Japanese macaque, also known as the snow monkey, is a terrestrial Old World monkey speci...

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France's Le Pen cancels meet with Lebanon grand mufti over headscarf

Bayrou, who had hinted for months at his own presidential run, ended the suspense by saying he would not mount a rival bid to avoid splitting the votes of moderates to the benefit of far-right leader ...

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UN Declares 'Man-Made' Famine In South Sudan Amid Conflict, Inflation

UN Declares 'Man-Made' Famine In South Sudan Amid Conflict, Inflation

Most famines are caused by war and repression, says Alex de Waal, executive director of the World Peace Foundation and author of an essay in the 2015 Global Hunger Index on armed conflict and hunger...

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The assassination of Kim Jong Un's half brother keeps getting weirder

The assassination of Kim Jong Un's half brother keeps getting weirder

The killing of Kim Jong-nam took place on February 13 in Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport, as he was waiting for his flight to Macau. Malaysian police say the two women suspected of poi...

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Putin Allegedly Has A Mental Health Dossier On Trump

Flynn's deception was notable because it suggested he had something to hide. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-California) said Sunday that President Donald Trump's relation...

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San Jose flooding: Thousands ordered to leave homes

About 14,000 residents in large swath of central San Jose were under mandatory evacuations orders. TV station KSBW-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2m6cTci) that low-lying areas along the Carmel River were...

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Syrian opposition says wants 'serious partner' in talks

Syrian opposition says wants 'serious partner' in talks

Referring to the delegation led by Syria's Ambassador to the U.N.in New York Bashar al-Ja'afari, he said: "We have experience with this regime". "Am I expecting a breakthrough?" "We do not want this...

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White House Denounces Wave Of Threats To Jewish Community Centers

According to CNN , 48 JCCs in 26 states and one Canadian province received almost 60 bomb threats during January. Ivanka Trump tweeted concern about the latest round of bomb threats called in to...

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EU's Juncker Verbally Slaps UK Over Brexit

David Davies, a Conservative lawmaker who backed leaving the European Union , said Mr. Juncker can throw demands around, but the European Union can't force the U.K.to act in a way it wants. He said t...

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Starvation declared in South Sudan; 4.9 million people need urgent help

Starvation declared in South Sudan; 4.9 million people need urgent help

The U.N. officials said that war had disrupted agriculture, the main occupation in many parts of the country, crippling the economy and leaving people unable to feed themselves. South Sudan has seen...

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Good Samaritans Rescue Michigan Trooper From Violent Attack

Good Samaritans Rescue Michigan Trooper From Violent Attack

Michigan State Trooper Garry Guild was chasing a man on a stolen motorcycle. Guild tried to subdue the man, but as he wrestled with him, a vehicle pulled up, a man got out and began attacking the tr...

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Chaos Surrounds Mysterious Murder Of Kim Jong-un's Brother

Chaos Surrounds Mysterious Murder Of Kim Jong-un's Brother

Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu Bakar has also named a senior North Korean embassy official they want to question in connection with the killing of Kim Jong-nam. Tensions between North Korea and Mal...

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Trump Blasts 'Horrible' Rise in US Anti-Semitic Threats

Not only have Trump and his administration been tone deaf about the threats the American Jewish community face under their reign, they continue to ignore their glaring role in contributing to the...

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Pyongyang looms large in killing as diplomat link emerges

Pyongyang looms large in killing as diplomat link emerges

Malaysian police say they are now seeking a North Korean diplomat in connection with the fatal attack on Kim Jong-nam. The other suspects named were Kim Uk Il, who works for the North Korean airline...

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Trump denounces bigotry, anti-Semitism during visit to African-American museum

He said he continues to fight for freedoms for African Americans and every American- and noted that this is a "very important" issue. "The anti-Semitic threats targeting our Jewish community and c...

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'Sinking like a rock': Trump's approval rating keeps plummeting

Overall, 61 percent of Americans consider Russian Federation unfriendly or an enemy of the United States. "And two of his strong points, leadership and intelligence, are sinking to new lows.This is a ...

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Turkish military lifts headscarf ban

Turkish military lifts headscarf ban

However, those bans slowly began being lifted once Turkey's Islamist-leaning president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, came into power, The Guardian noted . It will also apply to female cadets, but it was n...

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Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia seeks North Korea embassy official

Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia seeks North Korea embassy official

They said North Korean suspects put the liquid substance on the women's hands before the assault. "We have written to the ambassador to allow us to interview both of them", he said. "This is not j...

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Mexican man takes own life 30 minutes after being deported from US

Mexican man takes own life 30 minutes after being deported from US

He died soon after in the hospital from a heart attack and concussion sustained after hitting the ground. The man "jumped off the first roadway bridge he came across when entering Tijuana " from th...

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Canada to Welcome 1200 Refugees Fleeing Daesh

Canada to Welcome 1200 Refugees Fleeing Daesh

After dragging its feet for four months, Canada's Liberal government has agreed to implement a motion sponsored by the opposition Conservatives to accept 1,200 Yazidi refugees - who have been targ...

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