• Bombing at Nigeria mosque kills at least 50
Bombing at Nigeria mosque kills at least 50

There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but armed group Boko Haram carries out regular attacks in the region. The Boko Haram conflict has left at least 20,000 dead and forced more than 2.6 million others to flee their homes since 2009.

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  • Iranian Charged With Hacking HBO
Iranian Charged With Hacking HBO

Kim said there would be "real consequences" for Mesri if he was ever detained. According to the indictment , Mesri launched a campaign this past May to gain access to the entertainment giant's servers through employee user accounts and got his hands on new episodes of shows, including " Ballers ", " Room 104 " and " Curb Your Enthusiasm ", as we...

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  • Enterprising Kenyans reap from Supreme Court ruling
Enterprising Kenyans reap from Supreme Court ruling

The unanimous decision is the latest - and, it seems, final - stage of Kenya's unexpectedly prolonged presidential election cycle, which erupted this weekend into clashes between "protesting" opposition supporters and the police that were broadcast on live television.

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  • Trump declares North Korea a state sponsor of terror
Trump declares North Korea a state sponsor of terror

Security Council, can already impose massive wide sanctions on the North Korean economy as well as against other countries doing business with North Korea", Fuchs says. There is strong bipartisan support for the move in Congress, which had passed legislation in August requiring the State Department to make a determination on putting North Korea bac...

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  • Argentina: Satellite calls 'not from missing submarine'
Argentina: Satellite calls 'not from missing submarine'

The "noise" was heard in the South Atlantic about 220 miles (360 kilometers) from the Argentine coast and at a depth of about 650 feet (200 meters), Balbi said. "Besides just the faith one has to maintain in these situations, I truly trust that they are going to find them", Silvina said. Numerous aircraft and ships were deployed from the United S...

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  • Police officer shot and killed, suspect flees
Police officer shot and killed, suspect flees

Authorities urge anyone with information to call 911. The FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are offering up to $40,000 for any information that would lead to Holt's arrest. Later on Friday, police found a brown, older model Jeep Grand Cherokee that was needed as evidence in the investigation, according to Fox News . O...

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  • Top general says he would resist
Top general says he would resist "illegal" nuke order from Trump

John Hyten, commander of U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM), said that he would tell Trump he couldn't carry out an illegal strike, CBS News reported ."And if it's illegal, guess what's going to happen?" "If it's illegal, guess what's going to happen".

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  • Model Claims Russell Simmons Sexually Assaulted Her At 17
Model Claims Russell Simmons Sexually Assaulted Her At 17

Khalighi also saw Ratner 15 years after the incident in L.A. where he, too, apologized for the 1991 evening, she said. The evening followed with a screening of an upcoming music video at Simmons' home. Crews said the man, who he named as WME agent Adam Venit earlier this month, had called him the next day to apologise, "but never really explain...

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  • Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will vote for Roy Moore
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will vote for Roy Moore

Moore has ignored mounting calls from Washington Republicans concerned that if he stays in the race against Democrat Doug Jones he may not only lose a seat they were sure to win but also may do significant damage to the party's brand among women nationwide as they prepare for a hard midterm election season.

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  • 190 militants killed in Kashmir this year, 200 still active
190 militants killed in Kashmir this year, 200 still active

Jammu and Kashmir DGP SP Vaid said Kashmir valley needs to be free from violence, terror, guns and drugs. According to the tip off, Owaid, also called Umair, son of Zakiur Rehman Makki and nephew of the LeT top functionary and mastermind of the Mumbai attack of 2008 Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi was among the six militants hiding in a house.

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  • Salvation Army red kettle cash donations harder to come by
Salvation Army red kettle cash donations harder to come by

Registrations for hampers will accepted until December 1 at the Low Income People Involvement of Nipissing (LIPI) office on Main Street in North Bay. "The kettle campaign is very important to us because this is what funds all our programs for the entire year".

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  • Trump Mocks Franken Over Photo of Him Groping Sleeping Woman
Trump Mocks Franken Over Photo of Him Groping Sleeping Woman

Some responded to Trump's tweets by citing the allegations against the president. What do you think of Trump's eagerness in bashing Franken for his sexual indiscretions when there is evidence of the president's own improprieties with women? Al Franken (D-Minn.), a frequent foe.

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  • Kashmiri Footballer Majid Khan surrenders before Army
Kashmiri Footballer Majid Khan surrenders before Army

His father was also admitted to a hospital after he suffering a mild stroke on Tuesday. A lone child of his family, the emotional online message of Khan's ailing mother went viral, where she asked him to join the family. It is believed that he joined militancy after participating in the funeral of his friend Yawar Nissar Shergujri, a militant who...

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  • Lefroy - some MPs 'disappointed' to not be on Brexit rebels list
Lefroy - some MPs 'disappointed' to not be on Brexit rebels list

This would create significant difficulties if the negotiations were to continue until the 59th minute of the 11th hour, as the Secretary of State suggested to us might happen. 'There was no consistent view across the evidence we heard as to which laws would be preserved and how they would be treated, ' it said. The Prime Minister's spokesperson i...

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  • SADC Tells Zimbabwe to End Coup Peacefully, Calls for a Leaders Summit
SADC Tells Zimbabwe to End Coup Peacefully, Calls for a Leaders Summit

Mugabe addressed a graduation ceremony at Zimbabwe University. She was not seen in the photos on Thursday, and unconfirmed reports on Wednesday said she was in Namibia. Professor Loren Landau, Director of the Wits African Centre for Migration & Society said: "Any uncertainty about the political situation in Zimbabwe will mean people will need to co...

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  • Airbus seals largest plane order ever at Dubai Airshow
Airbus seals largest plane order ever at Dubai Airshow

The sale includes 430 airplanes, including 273 A320neos and 157 A321neos, to Indigo Partners . The new aircraft will be used by low-priced airlines Frontier Airlines (US), JetSMART (Chile), Volaris (Mexico) and Wizz Air (Hungary) upon the completion of final purchase agreements.

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  • Moody's ups India rating
Moody's ups India rating

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday termed the upgrade of India's credit rating by Moody's after a gap of 13 years as a "belated recognition" of reforms in the last few years, and vowed to continue them while maintaining fiscal discipline.

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  • 'F*** TRUMP' bumper sticker leads to free speech debate
'F*** TRUMP' bumper sticker leads to free speech debate

She said people tell her they "wish they had the guts" to put up a similar sign on their vehicle. "It's just our freedom of speech and we're exercising it", she said. Forsenca said she doesn't understand why the sheriff didn't reach out to her, instead of posting it on Facebook. "I think this could be good for America", the sheriff said.

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  • Russian Federation and USA at odds over keeping Syria chemical experts
Russian Federation and USA at odds over keeping Syria chemical experts

A resolution requires nine votes to be adopted at the council, but five countries - Russia , Britain, China, France and the United States - can block adoption with their veto power. However, he stressed that this mandate should be " renewed " to correct the " systemic flaws " affecting the work of the current investigative mission.

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  • Google Doodle celebrates India's first female lawyer Cornelia Sorabjee's 151st birth anniversary
Google Doodle celebrates India's first female lawyer Cornelia Sorabjee's 151st birth anniversary

Cornelia Sorabji achieved a multitude of firsts as a successful Indian woman of her time. In 1897, she graduated in L.L.B. from University of Bombay and passed the government pleader's exam from Allahabad High Court in 1899, but was finally recognised as a Barrister only after the laws barring women from the legal fraternity were finally change...

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  • Abe hails
Abe hails "fresh start" to Japan-China ties after Xi meeting

Condemning Pyongyang's human rights record, Trump said in the speech, "We know it kidnapped a sweet 13-year-old Japanese girl from a beach in her own country to enslave her as a language tutor for North Korea's spies". "That is why we are persuading him, maybe pleading (with) him to stop the aggressive posture because we are not..." Japan and Sou...

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  • US Navy sends 'powerful message' in rare carrier exercise
US Navy sends 'powerful message' in rare carrier exercise

Navy's "unique capability to operate multiple carrier strike groups as a coordinate strike force effort", the service said in a statement". The exercise involves the Roosevelt , USS Ronald Reagan and USS Nimitz and includes air defense drills, sea surveillance, replenishments at sea, defensive air combat training, close-in coordinated maneuv...

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  • Moscow accuses United States and allies of helping ISIS to escape
Moscow accuses United States and allies of helping ISIS to escape

A woman walks at a damaged site after an airstrike in the rebel-held city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta Syria November 2, 2017. Early on November 14th, the Russian Ministry of Defense posted messages on social media in Russian, Arabic, and English describing "irrefutable evidence " that USA forces were saving, not attacking ...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions Testifies Before House Lawmakers
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Testifies Before House Lawmakers

Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions said Tuesday that he has not been improperly influenced by President Trump to investigate Trump's 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton . The hearing is the first time Sessions will testify before the House Judiciary Committee, and members are also likely to press the attorney general on all the ways he has reshaped the Justice...

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  • Australia has voted 'yes' to marriage equality. What now?
Australia has voted 'yes' to marriage equality. What now?

But, several politicians have previously said they would vote against a change in the law regardless of public opinion. More than 30 business leaders, including the chief executive officers of Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Telstra Corp., this year petitioned the government to introduce legislation on same-sex marriage.

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  • Suspect was 'randomly picking targets' in California shooting spree, police say
Suspect was 'randomly picking targets' in California shooting spree, police say

Johnston says the shooter was "randomly picking targets". Police fatally shot the attacker after reports of at least seven shooting scenes, including an elementary school, Johnston said . Brian Flint said that his neighbor, whom he knows only as Kevin, also stole his truck. Law enforcement officers killed the shooter after responding to a do...

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  • Mall Of America Stabbing: Robber Knives 2, Suspect In Custody
Mall Of America Stabbing: Robber Knives 2, Suspect In Custody

Police say one victim was stabbed after confronting Abdirahaman who was allegedly trying to steal his belongings from the dressing room. It was reported that the two men were confronting Mahad Abdirahman, the suspect, about stealing some belongings from a dressing room when they were injured.

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  • Trump Announces Next HHS Nominee, Dems Scrutinize His Former Employment
Trump Announces Next HHS Nominee, Dems Scrutinize His Former Employment

Mr. Trump said Mr. Azar would be "a star and lower drug prices!" Trump's first HHS secretary, Tom Price , resigned in September after his extensive use of private and military jets at taxpayer expense was revealed. Early enrollment in Obamacare plans earlier this month was also up considerably compared to past year. Azar left Lilly in Januar...

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  • Number of Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Edged up Last Year, FBI Reports
Number of Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Edged up Last Year, FBI Reports

According to the agency's annual Hate Crime Statistics released Monday, 39 hate crimes were reported in the state in 2016, down five from 2015. Black people were the targets of hate crimes in half of all racial cases, while white people were the targets about 20 percent of the time.

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  • Rudolph rallies Oklahoma State past Iowa State
Rudolph rallies Oklahoma State past Iowa State

The game featured 8 lead changes. The Cyclones tied the game right before half. Noland threw for 263 yards. The score was 21-21 at the end of two quarters. On OSU's third play of the possession, QB Mason Rudolph found wide receiver Dillon Stoner for a 19-yard touchdown that turned out to be the game victor.

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  • Israel downs Syrian drone over Golan
Israel downs Syrian drone over Golan

The idea of this temporary division is that these powers stop fighting and can later negotiate a final solution. This is in addition to military gatherings, which the Lebanese party Hezbollah established in other posts in Syria. Pictures show how the IRGC built a series of military bases to become support and funding centers and to represent an Ira...

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  • Duterte says he once stabbed someone to death
Duterte says he once stabbed someone to death

Duterte's spokesman, Harry Roque, has since told the British news network that the comment was made in jest. Last month, Ms Callamard said it was "reprehensible and unconscionable" that Filipino politicians voted to cut the annual budget for the country's human rights body to 1,000 pesos (£15).

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  • Iran ballistic missile programme non-negotiable
Iran ballistic missile programme non-negotiable

Paris, according to the spokesman, should remain " realistic, fair and farsighted " over " sensitive developments in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf regions ". While Iran denies allegations it provides weapons to the rebels, Macron said the missile was " obviously " Iranian, echoing United States claims. Tehran says it has no plans to build ...

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  • College football's Week 11 winners and losers
College football's Week 11 winners and losers

The rivalry between these programs combined with Clemson's status as a national title contender makes this a game worth watching on ESPN this Saturday. 8, the undefeated Badgers are the lowest ranked Power-Five team yet to lose a game, behind Georgia , Alabama and Miami. The ESPN Information and Analytics department gives the Sooners a 59-perc...

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  • ESPNChicago: Chicago to host 2020 NBA All Star Game, source says
ESPNChicago: Chicago to host 2020 NBA All Star Game, source says

The Bulls announced Thursday they would make a "major announcement" with the National Basketball Association on Friday at 2 p.m.at the United Center . "We thank Mayor Emanuel, Jerry and Michael Reinsdorf and the entire Bulls organization and look forward to an exciting week of activities celebrating the game of basketball".

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  • Turkey proposed $15 million to Flynn, son to abduct Fethullah Gulen
Turkey proposed $15 million to Flynn, son to abduct Fethullah Gulen

The Journal reported, citing "people with knowledge of discussions " between Flynn and Turkish representatives, that Flynn and his son, Michael Flynn Jr., were to be paid as much as $ 15 million to deliver Fethullah Gulen to the Turkish government.

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  • Sensex sinks 360 points as Saudi purge stokes inflation fears
Sensex sinks 360 points as Saudi purge stokes inflation fears

Both market benchmark indices, Sensex and Nifty , closed lower on Thursday again. Rival Cipla too faced selling pressure and slumped 7.18 per cent. Globally, other Asian markets led by Japan's Nikkei hit 25-year highs, tracking record closing on the United States bourses amid strong corporate earnings.

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  • Modi govt. has no option but to change GST rates: Chidambaram
Modi govt. has no option but to change GST rates: Chidambaram

The 23 GST Council meeting held at Guwahati restructured the GST frame and modified several tax rates for the public. The 23rd meeting of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is now underway and is being chaired by Union Finance minister Arun Jaitley.

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  • Annual Program In Windom Honors Veterans
Annual Program In Windom Honors Veterans

Cub Scout from Pack 25 says, "It makes me feel good to let them know that we still care about them because they did fight for our freedom". Pettyjohn said the Veterans Day assembly is important, "giving students exposure to something they wouldn't normally see".

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  • NRSC ends fundraising agreement with Roy Moore
NRSC ends fundraising agreement with Roy Moore

Three other women, ages 16 to 18 at the time , also said they had been pursued by Moore when he was in his 30s, but that nothing went beyond kissing. A spokesman for the state Democratic Party said Rep. The special election December 12 pits Moore against Democrat Doug Jones. "They became parents of Jesus".

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