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Cloud was going east on Highway 23 when he hit a auto that failed to yield at a stop sign. The patrol said Young wasn't wearing a seat belt. The driver of the Buick, a 38-year-old man from Clear Lake, died in the crash. The driver of the Suzuki, 30-year-old Abdikahin Osman Abdi of St. Cloud, was also brought to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the Suzuki suffered non-life threatening injuries.
  • Two Russian lawmakers dismiss Michael Flynn's guilty plea

    Two Russian lawmakers dismiss Michael Flynn's guilty plea

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    Eliot L. Engel, D-N.Y., top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs committee. For both Flynn and Papadopoulos, prosecutors employed a similar, and textbook, strategy by accepting a limited guilty plea and turning the defendants into government cooperators.
  • USA military to indefinitely delay ban on cluster bombs

    USA military to indefinitely delay ban on cluster bombs

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    Cluster bombs - which not only deliver an initial explosion on impact but also contain multiple smaller bombs that spread over a wide area - are largely condemned by the global community due to the risk of civilian casualties when they're used in populated areas.
  • Trump & Chuck & Nancy & a Shutdown

    Trump & Chuck & Nancy & a Shutdown

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    Trump lunched with Senate Republicans for an hour, answering questions from Ron Johnson and Susan Collins, who have concerns about the bill. But the president has toggled back and forth between sounding open to the Democrats' demands on immigration and insisting on an immigration hard line and the need for a border wall.
  • Mattis heads to Middle East, Africa

    Mattis heads to Middle East, Africa

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    He will then travel to Jordan to take part in the "Aqaba Process", which is "a meeting on countering violent extremism in West Africa" hosted by King Abdullah II of Jordan on December 3, the statement continues. "Pakistan is important regionally to our joint goals of providing peace and security to the region and providing an opportunity for greater economic relationship", said Tillerson.
  • Democrats' campaign chair says Nevada lawmaker should resign

    Democrats' campaign chair says Nevada lawmaker should resign

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    Buzzfeed granted the woman's request to have her last name withheld, so she is named only by her first name, Samantha. On the way back from the meeting to the campaign office, the woman claims Kihuen asked her if she'd ever cheated on her boyfriend, and started touching her thigh, according to BuzzFeed.
  • States' views sought on triple talaq law

    States' views sought on triple talaq law

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    The draft Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Marriage Bill has now been sent to regional governments for consultation. The committee comprises Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Finance Minister Arun Jaitely, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.
  • ECU Pirates Announce Two-Game Football Series with Boise State

    ECU Pirates Announce Two-Game Football Series with Boise State

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    Payton Pritchard's driving layup tied the score for the Ducks at 70 with 3.2 seconds to play before Williams let fly from the midcourt line at Matthew Knight Arena, where OR had won 46 games in a row. The last team to beat the Ducks at home was Arizona on January 8, 2015. Beginning with its matchup in Honolulu, ECU and Boise State have played in a combined 17 bowl games since 2007.
  • Police make arrest in Missing child case

    Police make arrest in Missing child case

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    Due to evidence gathered during the course of the investigation, it is believed that Mariah is deceased, officials report. The Sheriff's Office says the search for Mariah is now a recovery process, and her location at this time is unknown.
  • World needs to reel in Kim before United States forced to take action

    World needs to reel in Kim before United States forced to take action

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    Kim Jong-nam, the murdered half-brother of North Korea's leader, had a dozen vials of antidote for lethal nerve agent VX in his sling bag on the day he was poisoned, a Malaysian court was told this week. China is North Korea's largest trading partner and ideologically ally. Existing UN sanctions limit oil exports to North Korea but fall short of an actual embargo .
  • Israeli fighter jets allegedly attack Iranian military base in Syria

    Israeli fighter jets allegedly attack Iranian military base in Syria

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    The reports said that anti-aircraft missiles were fired on the plane in retaliation. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the missile strike targeted a military base near Kesweh, south of Damascus. However, in early November an Israeli attack hit a copper factory in the Syrian province of Homs, prompting Damascus to urge condemnation of Israel's actions at the UN.
  • Vice president Naidu, PM Modi greet people on Milad-un-Nabi

    Vice president Naidu, PM Modi greet people on Milad-un-Nabi

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    May the teachings of Prophet Mohammad further the spirit of harmony in our society". Senior clerics and community leaders have appealed against DJ music and use of loudspeakers at high decibels during the celebrations for Eid-e-Milad, Prophet Muhammad's birthday, on Saturday.
  • 4-year-old girl allegedly molested by PT teacher

    4-year-old girl allegedly molested by PT teacher

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    The incident took place at GD Birla Centre for Education on Thursday. "We have called for an internal investigation also". However the school authorities have made a decision to close the school for an indefinite period of time. "When the doctor examined her, he said it's a case of assault and told me to lodge a police case". The victim reportedly returned home with blood stains on her uniform and was crying inconsolably.
  • Philip Morris International Inc (PM) Position Boosted by IFM Investors Pty Ltd

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    The stock increased 5.10% or $0.47 during the last trading session, reaching $9.68. Its mean Altman Z-Score: 4.48 during the last 7 years, while average Beneish M-Score: -2.45 during the last 7 years. The Stochastic (9,6) value for PM is 60.196, signaling that the stock is now Buy. The stock has "Hold" rating by Robert W. Baird on Friday, November 10.
  • Clashes erupt in Yemen capital after failed rebel talks

    Clashes erupt in Yemen capital after failed rebel talks

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    The missile targeted the southern Saudi city of Khamis Mushait, with authorities reporting no casualties. They also visited four "impact points" from the Nov 4 attack, where other remnants of the missiles were identified. United Nations experts who travelled to Saudi Arabia to inspect fragments of a missile fired from Yemen last month have found a possible link to an Iranian manufacturer, a confidential document suggested on Friday.
  • Gujarat BJP suspends 24 members for anti-party activities

    Gujarat BJP suspends 24 members for anti-party activities

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    The richest candidate contesting in the first phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections comes from the Congress, with assets of Rs 141 crore, followed by two from the BJP, the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) said in a report on Friday.
  • I have the most boring life, media makes it interesting: Salman Khan

    I have the most boring life, media makes it interesting: Salman Khan

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    There are many actors and personalities related to the film industry have made allegations of the casting couch. Unlike his contemporary Khans whose fan bases are staid by comparison, every Salman release generates mass hysteria across India, a frenzy surpassed only by the fans of South Indian superstar Rajinikanth .
  • Republicans preparing short-term plan to avert government shutdown

    Republicans preparing short-term plan to avert government shutdown

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    President Trump has told advisers in recent days that a government shutdown could benefit him politically, according to The Washington Post . "I don't think there's much disagreement about whether we should do one or not", said Rep. "Meeting with "Chuck and Nancy" today about keeping government open and working", Trump tweeted . The divisions mean Republican leaders may need to shore up support for their plan by relying on Democrats, who are demanding changes in current spending levels ...
  • Governor Ivey to light State Capitol Christmas Tree Friday Night

    Governor Ivey to light State Capitol Christmas Tree Friday Night

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    The community of Murphysboro is bringing in the holiday this year with a special event. In the past, she said she had to work or otherwise could not get the evening off. The ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m.at the Vancouver Art Gallery (750 Hornby Street). Along with the Nutcracker Festival today, the annual Sydney Christmas parade will also take place Saturday afternoon, starting at 4 p.m., with the formation at Open Hearth Park.
  • African Union - European Union Summit: Investing in Youth for a Sustainable Future

    African Union - European Union Summit: Investing in Youth for a Sustainable Future

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    On a national level, South Africa's political and economic relations with the European Union are strong and cordial and the President hoped that next year's summit will further reinforce and cement relations. Kagame also highlighted "critically, our responsibility to mobilise resources to pay for important programs that benefit our people, while alleviating the burden on our partners", are urgently needed.
  • UN Security Council to hold ministerial meeting on North Korea

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    Moscow suspects the US wants a pretext to attack North Korea, he said. Calling for new talks with North Korea, Mr Lavrov added: "We have already emphasised several times that the squeeze of sanctions has essentially come to an end, and that those resolutions which introduced the sanctions should have included a requirement to renew the political process, a requirement to renew talks".
  • Urban Planning Self-Starter: Chinese Commuter Fined After Painting Road

    Urban Planning Self-Starter: Chinese Commuter Fined After Painting Road

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    According to the South China Morning Post , an unnamed man from Lianyungang , a town in Jiangsu province in China, has been fined US$150 after he was caught on camera earlier this week painting over road direction arrows. Cai was fined $200 after he changed the arrows. "I saw that the straight lane was always packed with cars, while the lane that turns left has a lot of space", he told the police.
  • Bognor's 'wrong Theresa May' awaits Donald Trump apology

    Bognor's 'wrong Theresa May' awaits Donald Trump apology

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    On his first attempt, he went after the wrong Theresa May . The far-right group Britain First boasted yesterday of an increase in support after President Trump shared anti-Muslim videos that it had posted online. @Theresamay is owned by a 41-year-old woman who lives in Bognor, on the south coast of England, called Theresa Scrivener - who suddenly found herself at the centre of an worldwide media hurricane.
  • "She will receive all $110K" | McDonald's worker to get Seminole Heights reward

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    Delonda Walker turned the gun belonging to Howell Donaldson III over to police, and that led to Donaldson's arrest. She also told police that Donaldson had expressed his intention to leave the state, according to a criminal affidavit. "But, please know I appreciate all the well wishes and kind words from our community". I hope you can understand, that out of respect for the continuing investigation as well as the victims and their families, I will not be answering questions.
  • Trump's White House Literally A 'Dump,' Cockroaches, Mice Running Around President's Residence

    Trump's White House Literally A 'Dump,' Cockroaches, Mice Running Around President's Residence

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    Over the past two years, several mice sightings, cockroach infestations, and ant colonies have been reported. The order recommends the work be completed in mid-April, during a week in which the vice president was traveling overseas. They ain't watching close enough. Like, if you were a mouse would you dip? The house rotting from the inside as the structural integrity collapses from these unwanted intruder will make visible the degradation of our own democracy at the hands of the Trump and his ...
  • Autopsy shows war criminal had cyanide in system

    Autopsy shows war criminal had cyanide in system

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    The convicted Bosnian Croat war criminal who died Wednesday after drinking a vial of poison as a judge upheld his 20-year sentence died of heart failure, according to the Dutch Prosecution Service. An autopsy was started Friday morning, the prosecutor said, with two Croatian experts observing it at the request of the worldwide tribunal. The court says Jallow "is mandated to undertake an assessment of relevant existing procedures as well as make any recommendations which may assist other ...
  • British deputy PM had 'thousands' of porn pics on office computer: Cops

    British deputy PM had 'thousands' of porn pics on office computer: Cops

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    Damian Green under pressure after former detective says he found thousands of pornographic images on his computer. Speaking to the BBC , Lewis has said there is "no doubt whatsoever" that it was Green who was viewing the pornography at his computer when he was an opposition immigration spokesperson at the time .
  • White House Mum On Replacing Tillerson

    White House Mum On Replacing Tillerson

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    Tillerson himself shot back at an unverified report published by NBC news in October that had suggested he was considering leaving his post . Multiple officials say White House is considering a plan to replace him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
  • Lake City teen, soccer coach 'lying low' as nationwide search continues

    Lake City teen, soccer coach 'lying low' as nationwide search continues

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    The sheriff said Frisina and Rodriguez were spotted twice later Sunday on surveillance video in different states. Frisina's family was notified and Rodriguez was taken into custody. "For her to be on the road with this gentleman, I consider that to be a unsafe situation", said Columbia County Sheriff's public information officer Murray Smith.
  • The Socceroos World Cup chances by the numbers

    The Socceroos World Cup chances by the numbers

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    Oceania have none after New Zealand lost to Peru in a playoff. Les Bleus are also seen by many as potential champions in 2018. World Cup holders Germany face Mexico in their opening match while neighbours Portugal and Spain play each other in Group B's opener.
  • Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty: What You Need to Know

    Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty: What You Need to Know

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    As part of Flynn's plea deal he agreed to "cooperate fully, truthfully, completely, and forthrightly" with the special counsel's office. Trump, at a news conference, says in response to Flynn's resignation: "I don't think he did anything wrong".
  • Senate President Rosenberg's husband accused of sexual assault

    Senate President Rosenberg's husband accused of sexual assault

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    Senate President Stanley Rosenberg will speak Friday afternoon to the allegations of sexual misconduct against his husband, while other Senate leaders work to craft a process to investigate the claims and their effects on Senate business. "Even though, based on what little I have been told, these allegations do not involve members or employees of the Senate and did not occur in the State House, I take them seriously", Rosenberg said.
  • Navy Chief Says Chinese Naval Ships At Gwadar Port A Security Challenge

    Navy Chief Says Chinese Naval Ships At Gwadar Port A Security Challenge

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    Deploying submarines on anti-piracy patrols was odd, he said, explaining that they are not an ideal platform for such operations. It is an odd task to give to a submarine. He said seven to eight Chinese ships are there in the Indian Ocean Region at any given time. Moreover, a warship is also permanently deployed in the Andaman Seas to patrol the sea lanes leading to the Strait of Malacca, Lombok and Sunda, Lanba said.
  • Vermont woman charged with making deadly poison ricin in retirement home

    Vermont woman charged with making deadly poison ricin in retirement home

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    The ricin was found on Tuesday afternoon in her apartment. She admitted to placing the highly toxic powder on food or in beverages consumed by other Wake Robin residents. However, she sought to test the effectiveness of the plant-based poison on others in her care home. She exposed other residents to the ricin on at least three occasions, the complaint said.
  • Congress Presidential Poll Rigged to Favour Rahul Gandhi, Claims Shehzad Poonawalla

    Congress Presidential Poll Rigged to Favour Rahul Gandhi, Claims Shehzad Poonawalla

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    Poonawalla is the younger brother of Tehseen Poonawalla who is the brother-in-law of land baron Robert Vadra , the husband of Rahul Gandhi's sister Priyanka Vadra and the son-in-law of Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi. Second, he must give up his post because he has an unfair advantage by being the Vice President. On Wednesday, Poonwalla had written, "I can not contest a rigged election".
  • Cop taunts his attempted killer in court

    Cop taunts his attempted killer in court

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    In the aftermath, the officer was hit three times, with his son unhurt. His son was not injured. Rojas began shooting repeatedly at the officer. Rojas stole a truck and fled the scene racing back to his home and barricading himself inside.
  • Trump requested top Republicans end Senate Russia probe

    Trump requested top Republicans end Senate Russia probe

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    Trump asked Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee Richard Burr , of North Carolina, as well as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Roy Blunt of Missouri, to end the probe as soon as possible. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), however, deemed these conversations "inappropriate" and a breach of the separation of powers, according to the Times .
  • Rep. Blake Farenthold settled sexual harassment claim for $84000

    Rep. Blake Farenthold settled sexual harassment claim for $84000

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    Politico received a copy of a statement the two prepared at the time of the settlement but never released. ABC News reported Thursday that that same office paid a $100,000 settlement to staffers of former Rep. Since its implementation in the 1990s, $17 million of taxpayer funds have been paid out on behalf of lawmakers. "On June 10, 2014, in response to Haueter's complaint about [Greene's] shirt...which Haueter claimed was transparent and showed [Greene's] nipples, Farenthold told ...
  • Russian Federation calls USA threat to destroy North Korea a 'bloodthirsty tirade'

    Russian Federation calls USA threat to destroy North Korea a 'bloodthirsty tirade'

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    Haley said that "if war comes... the North Korean regime will be utterly destroyed ". "We see this negatively", Lavrov told journalists in the Belarusian capital Minsk, Russian news agencies reported. Both countries, he said, are "concerned that the USA has not offered a diplomatic option", which increases the possibility of war, "and that would be a catastrophe for the whole region".