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The PM statement was delivered by India's Permanent Mission at the UN. In 1995, Congress passed a law making it U.S. policy to move the embassy to Jerusalem, symbolically endorsing Israel's claim on the city as its capital. Despite the wars that followed and the frightful terrorism inflicted by Palestinian terrorists, Israel offered peace and mutual recognition which have been rejected repeatedly by the Palestinians.
  • Bengal has touched every Indian: President Ram Nath Kovind

    Bengal has touched every Indian: President Ram Nath Kovind

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    Ram Nath Kovind , the President of India on his maiden visit to Kolkata after taking office, remarked that West Bengal has certain advantages and certain responsibilities as a border State. "It will surely hang on the walls of the Rashtrapati Bhavan " assured Kovind. "Somehow, in some manner, this state has touched every Indian and enriched the life of every Indian".
  • What exactly is Senator Al Franken apologizing for?

    What exactly is Senator Al Franken apologizing for?

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    In his walk-up to today's return to work, Franken also told TV interviewer CBS Minnesota affiliate WCCO, he was " embarrassed and ashamed of some of what has come out". I said "OK" so he would stop badgering me. A rape survivor from asked him to remove his name from legislation he'd sponsored in her honor. "I have not worked with the Ethics Committee before, so I don't know how that works, but I am certainly open to that".
  • Victoria becomes first Australia state to legalise euthanasia

    Victoria becomes first Australia state to legalise euthanasia

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    Premier Daniel Andrews, who came to support euthanasia following the death of his father in 2016, praised colleagues, particularly Health Minister Jill Hennessy, for their work on the bill. "The conscientious objections provisions in the legislation ensure that no doctor (or other health practitioner) will ever be forced to be involved in Voluntary Assisted Dying if they do not wish to be".
  • Shots fired from high-rise apartment building in Nevada

    Shots fired from high-rise apartment building in Nevada

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    At least six shots were heard following reports of a shooter firing from an elevated position in the Montage hotel and casino but there are now no confirmed injuries. Please continue to avoid the area while first responders continue on scene. Shots were heard coming from the apartment complex for 20 minutes, the Reno Gazette-Journal said, citing the Nevada Highway Patrol.
  • VP Pence: Trump 'considering when and how' to move embassy to Jerusalem

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will be speaking at the event, which marks 70 years since UN Resolution 181 , which called for the partition of British Mandate Palestine into Jewish and Arab states. Pence was met with applause when he said the Jewish people have the right "to be the masters of their own fate, like all other nations, in their own sovereign state".
  • Same sex marriage bill passes the Senate

    Same sex marriage bill passes the Senate

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    Senator Birmingham said while his Coalition colleagues in the House of Representatives have the right to raise more amendments, the Smith bill now "ought to pass the [Lower] House in its current form". "To proceed with this amendment would undermine the important principle that civil celebrants, as secular representatives of the state, should be bound by antidiscrimination legislation", Labor's Louise Pratt told the Senate in a closing argument.
  • WMATA rejects religious Christmas ad

    WMATA rejects religious Christmas ad

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    A spokeswoman for the Archdiocese added that the Metro ad was specifically tailored to avoid raising any red flags. "We think there's a First Amendment issue here", Ed McFadden, the archdiocese's secretary for communications told America .
  • David Davis suffers Conservative mutiny over redacted Brexit impact papers

    David Davis suffers Conservative mutiny over redacted Brexit impact papers

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    Bercow called on the Perth MP to resubmit his letter in light of developments, and said he would consider it in a timely way. In response, Mr Davis says that, "as we have made clear", it is "not the case" that these analyses "exist". It is essential that people across the United Kingdom fully understand the consequences of decisions being taken about their future. However, Seema Malhotra - a committee member who has been pushing for the release of the information - quoted Davis himself ...
  • FSU kicker Ricky Aguayo allegedly attacked by frat members in December 2016

    FSU kicker Ricky Aguayo allegedly attacked by frat members in December 2016

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    On Nov. 3, Andrew Coffey, 20, of Lighthouse Point, was found dead after an off-campus party. Aguayo's shirt was also ripped, and police? observed that Aguayo and Izzo had been drinking. According to the police reports, Aguayo was punched in the face. The Mascotte, Florida, native is in the midst of his sophomore season at FSU, and has converted 15 of his 18 field-goal attempts, as well as all 33 of his extra-point attempts.
  • Threat from Kentucky causes canceled classes at Maranacook Schools

    Threat from Kentucky causes canceled classes at Maranacook Schools

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    Administrators say they received a threat on social media and after a police investigation, the threat was found to be made by a Madison County High School student in Kentucky. "It's okay and I guess easy for them to sit in their private home or somewhere else and post those comments", said Assistant Chief Rodney Richardson with the Richmond Police Department .
  • U.S. general sees no change in Pakistan behavior despite Trump tough line

    U.S. general sees no change in Pakistan behavior despite Trump tough line

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    There are now about 14,000 US troops in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, up from about 8,400 at the end of the Obama administration. The United States will send more troops onto the battlefield alongside Afghan forces next year as part of a revamped strategy created to "turn the corner" on the 16-year war against the Taliban , the top American commander in Afghanistan said Tuesday.
  • Syria regime agrees to East Ghouta ceasefire: United Nations envoy

    Syria regime agrees to East Ghouta ceasefire: United Nations envoy

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    The Easten Ghouta suburbs just outside of the Syrian capital are rebel strongholds, and have copped the brunt of the government's wraith in the past few months. A number of shells from the rebel enclave have hit government-held Damascus in the past two weeks. The government has not yet named its delegation to the talks.
  • Benghazi suspect convicted on 4 of 18 criminal charges

    Benghazi suspect convicted on 4 of 18 criminal charges

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    Jurors on Tuesday convicted Ahmed Abu Khattala of terrorism-related charges but acquitted him of murder. US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other American citizens were killed in the attack. Once the trial kicked off, prosecutors sought to portray Khatallah as consumed by burning hatred for the USA, calling him a "stone-cold terrorist" during arguments in the courtroom.
  • Driver Held In Deadly Manhattan Bike Path Terror Attack Pleads Not Guilty

    Driver Held In Deadly Manhattan Bike Path Terror Attack Pleads Not Guilty

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    Sayfullo Saipov appeared in Federal District Court in Manhattan today facing eight counts of murder in aid of racketeering activity, 12 counts of attempted murder in aid of racketeering activity, providing material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization, and violence and destruction of motor vehicles.
  • Hurst among 4 from UM named All-Big Ten first-team 'D'

    Hurst among 4 from UM named All-Big Ten first-team 'D'

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    The all-Big Ten offense will be announced Wednesday, and the conference's player- and coach-of-the-year awards will be released Thursday. Barkley and safety Marcus Allen led Penn State as first-team selections. Wisconsin, Ohio State and MI dominated the defensive all-league teams. Starting all 12 games, he tallied a team-high 11.5 tackles for loss, including 4.0 sacks, racked up 48 total tackles, two PBUs and forced and recovered a fumble during the regular season.
  • Iran-Armenia relations dynamically developed over past 25 years, says Armenian FM

    Iran-Armenia relations dynamically developed over past 25 years, says Armenian FM

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    He told reporters after the meeting with Nalbandian that Iran and Armenia enjoy close neighborly relations, calling for further enhancement of political and economic relations between the two nations. "I have presented to Mr. Zarif Armenia's efforts aimed at peacefully settling the Karabakh conflict, and in this context we appreciated Iran's balanced principled stance on the peaceful settlement based on the worldwide law", Edward Nalbandian said.
  • Nick Lachey Pushes Aid For Cincinnati Bar Shooting Victim

    Nick Lachey Pushes Aid For Cincinnati Bar Shooting Victim

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    Richardson and the still-unidentified driver got into a verbal altercation, wherein things escalated and ended with Richardson being shot in the head. "Please help Ellie and her family get through this hard time". So far, an online fundraiser has raised over $41,000 for Ellie and her medical expenses.
  • America is 'fed up' with NFL national anthem protests

    America is 'fed up' with NFL national anthem protests

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    Military. "At least 24 football players have landed the knee on the floor in the stadiums of the NFL this weekend, buildings that are becoming more and more hard to fill, he wrote on his Twitter account". Mr. Trump has branded the league as "weak" for not requiring players to stand during "The Star-Spangled Banner". "I think most owners would support it, particularly if players continue to kneel this season", one National Football League owner told the Washington Post.
  • Tip leads Tampa police to Ybor City McDonald's

    Tip leads Tampa police to Ybor City McDonald's

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    Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said in a news conference that he is "optimistic" the incident is connected to the recent murders in Seminole Heights. In the last month, four seemingly unconnected people have been shot and killed in Seminole Heights not far from Haynes' home.
  • Bigg Boss 11: Former victor Manveer Gurjar joins anti-Hina Khan gang

    Bigg Boss 11: Former victor Manveer Gurjar joins anti-Hina Khan gang

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    Now only time will tell who will say his goodbyes but we know for sure that the housemates will say goodbye to their smiles for now. The contestants were divided in two groups - giants ( danav ) and dwarfs (Lilliput). Bandgi was later seen advising Shilpa that she was nobody's mother in the house to which she agreed. Puneesh goes next and gets waxed. Akash later apologises to Puneesh and the two share a hug.
  • Private sector clamours for spotlight — European Union summit

    Private sector clamours for spotlight — European Union summit

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    The President and his entourage, on arrival were welcomed by President Alassane Ouattara. Gen. Babagana Munguno (retd), Nigeria's ambassador, Ibrahim Isa, Senior Special Assistant on Diaspora Affairs and some embassy officials as well as representatives of Nigerians resident in Cote d Ivoire to receive him.
  • State Police looking for Rome Christmas tree thief

    State Police looking for Rome Christmas tree thief

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    But did you realize that handsome tree you just brought into your home could be swarming with thousands of bugs? While there's a major Christmas tree shortage across the country, western MA growers haven't felt the impact. Upside down Christmas trees are the latest winter trend everyone is talking about. "This is a part of who we are and it's a part of our economy and it's a part of our traditions".
  • Illinois Rep. Gutierrez to retire after 13 House terms

    Illinois Rep. Gutierrez to retire after 13 House terms

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    Congress, and specifically the Judiciary Committee on which I set with Rep. Steve Cohen, is the place where impeachment starts and if we failed to file these articles of impeachment, we would be failing at doing our jobs", Gutierrez said at the time .
  • Ocado jumps on worldwide deal in France

    Ocado jumps on worldwide deal in France

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    It's part of a push to turn Ocado into a global technology provider, not just a United Kingdom online grocer. Ocado and Casino will build a customer-fulfilment centre (CFC) equipped with Ocado's robotics and picking software to serve customers of the upmarket Monoprix brand in and around Paris and in the Normandy and Hauts de France regions.
  • UK tourist attacked by crocodile in Qld

    UK tourist attacked by crocodile in Qld

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    A visitor to an Australian beach captured the moment a hidden crocodile sprang out of the water and bit her on the leg. Ally Bullifent , from Wiltshire in the United Kingdom, uploaded footage of the 1.5 metre saltwater crocodile bursting out of the water at Cape Tribulation beach, north of Cairns.
  • NFF extends Gernot Rohr's contract by two years

    NFF extends Gernot Rohr's contract by two years

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    Super Eagles Technical Adviser, Genort Rohr, has extended his contract by two years, with the Nigeria national team, which will keep him at the team till after the World Cup. Skipper Mikel Obi praised Rohr's attention to details, saying he has transformed the Eagles using a fine blend of young, exciting players and experienced campaigners.
  • Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer pull out of meeting with Trump

    Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer pull out of meeting with Trump

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    Trump is meeting with Democratic and Republican congressional leaders at the White House on Tuesday to discuss budget and immigration issues. "Problem is they want illegal immigrants flooding into our Country unchecked, are weak on Crime and want to substantially RAISE Taxes".
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will marry in May at Windsor Castle

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will marry in May at Windsor Castle

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    Mr Knauf said the couple, who were grateful for the warm wishes from the public, would be putting their stamp on their wedding day. The Daily Mail, which devoted its first 17 pages to the engagement, said the couple would give the royal family "the injection of vigor and exuberance it so desperately needs".
  • Laura Ingraham Blasts Vanity Fair 'Hit Piece' on Melania Trump

    Laura Ingraham Blasts Vanity Fair 'Hit Piece' on Melania Trump

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    Whether she wanted her husband to become leader of the free world or not, the magazine reported that "permanent staff of the White House adores the First Lady". The Trumps are gearing up for Christmas at the White House . President Trump's wife can be seen walking around their Washington D.C. home, admiring the baubles, tinsel, wreaths and rows of Christmas trees that line the hallways.
  • Soorma: Diljit Dosanjh's transformation as Sandeep Singh is Stunning

    Soorma: Diljit Dosanjh's transformation as Sandeep Singh is Stunning

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    While the film isn't a biopic, it explores an important chapter of Sandeep's life to be played by Diljit. An official poster of the film was unveiled on November 28. Sandeep Singh is an ace hockey player, and an ex-captain of the Indian National Team. Soorma tells the story of Sandeep Singh, who, on August 22, 2006, was seriously injured after being hit by an accidental gunshot aboard Shatabadi train while on his way to join the national team due to leave for the World Cup in Germany two ...
  • Parents: Missing Florida teen believed to be with family friend

    Parents: Missing Florida teen believed to be with family friend

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    Deputies say she may be with Rian Rodriguez, 27, who was an assistant soccer coach at Fort White High School where Frisina played soccer. District officials told News 4 Jax the 27-year-old has been suspended as the boy's head soccer coach at Fort White High School pending an investigation.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings Drenched In Arby's Sauce Could Now Be A Reality

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    Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings shot up 6.6 percent in premarket trading Tuesday, according to CNBC. The company presently has a consensus rating of Hold and an average price target of $135.05. New York State Teachers Retirement System cut its position in Buffalo Wild Wings , Inc. The company says in a statement that when including Buffalo Wild Wings' debt, the deal is valued at $2.9 billion.
  • Deputy Irish PM resists calls to resign as crisis deepens

    Deputy Irish PM resists calls to resign as crisis deepens

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    Ireland will play a major role at the meeting, telling European Union leaders whether it believes sufficient progress has been made on the future of the border between EU-member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland. The headline on the front page of Tuesday's Irish Examiner newspaper read, "Ministers desert Fitzgerald as pressure rises". It also means the Irish government's insistence on a fluid post-Brexit border with Northern Ireland is likely to continue.
  • Pennsylvania's deer season for hunters with rifles starts

    Pennsylvania's deer season for hunters with rifles starts

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    Ohio Department of Natural Resources outdoor skill specialist Jordan Phillips says it's one of the most popular deer-hunting seasons statewide. In addition, he noted, the deer he's processing seem to be very healthy. We expect to see some big bucks taken. There is no deer hunting permitted on Sundays. Rifle deer season lasts from Monday through December 9th although only antlered deer can be harvested through December first.
  • MHP issues report from holiday enforcement period

    MHP issues report from holiday enforcement period

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    Troopers also made more arrests this year for impaired driving and drug violations. The patrol also said its preliminary data indicates troopers made more arrests this year for impaired driving and drug violations during the holiday period: More than 540 motorists were arrested for impaired driving, almost 300 drug arrests were made.
  • Changes Are Coming to the Senate Tax Plan

    Changes Are Coming to the Senate Tax Plan

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    U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence depart the U.S. Capitol after meeting with House Republicans ahead of their vote on the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" in Washington, U.S. The changes, if adopted, would be the biggest USA tax overhaul in three decades. The vote to advance the bill is called the motion to proceed, which is required before the Senate can vote yes or no on the bill itself.
  • IN teacher caught allegedly using cocaine in classroom

    IN teacher caught allegedly using cocaine in classroom

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    Cox was arrested and taken to the jail in Lake County, where she posted a $10,000 bond a few hours later, according to NWITimes.com. School officials told the website that Cox had been placed on paid administrative leave while the case is investigated.