• UK’s former Brexit secretary pours cold water on PM’s deal
UK’s former Brexit secretary pours cold water on PM’s deal

Eloise Todd, head of the anti-Brexit campaign group Best for Britain, said: "This is an incredibly fearless move from Jo Johnson at a time when the public desperately needs more MPs to act in the national interest". He said the public should be given the chance to vote again on whether they want Brexit, and if so whether they accept what is on of...

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  • The Battle for Hodeidah: Yemeni forces announce new push
The Battle for Hodeidah: Yemeni forces announce new push

Only a fifth of coalition aircraft require in-air refuelling from the United States, U.S. officials said. "As a result, in consultation with the United States, the Coalition has requested cessation of in-flight refueling support for its operations in Yemen".

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  • Saudi Arabia cornerstone of stability in region, Trump to Macron
Saudi Arabia cornerstone of stability in region, Trump to Macron

He made the decision to attend in August, after determining the ninety million dollar price tag for a military parade at home was too much. Macron's office said Trump had misunderstood the French leaders' comments, lumping together two different ideas.

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  • Gunman who killed 12 died from self-inflicted gunshot
Gunman who killed 12 died from self-inflicted gunshot

At a vigil Thursday night, survivors of both shootings gathered to honour those who didn't make it. "We're going to exhaust every investigative means possible", Kuredjian told the Ventura County Star. Julie Hanson, who lives next door to the Longs' ranch-style home, described him as "odd" and "disrespectful" well before he left home a decade ag...

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  • US, others denounce dissolution of Sri Lanka parliament as undemocratic
US, others denounce dissolution of Sri Lanka parliament as undemocratic

Sri Lanka's Election Commission was quoted in some local media as saying that it will seek a Supreme Court opinion before conducting the election. Sri Lanka President dissolves parliament, general elections on January 5 Sat, Nov 10, 2018, 01:01 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

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  • Taliban Says It's Not Ready For Talks With Kabul
Taliban Says It's Not Ready For Talks With Kabul

Last year, the USA and the Taliban reportedly refused to attend the first meeting Moscow hosted. The United States and the Taliban are both set to attend for the first time a multilateral conference Russian Federation will host Friday in Moscow to discuss how to achieve peace and national reconciliation in Afghanistan.

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  • At least 1,000 structures destroyed by fast-moving fire in Northern California
At least 1,000 structures destroyed by fast-moving fire in Northern California

A wind-driven brush fire that broke out in Ventura County, west of Chatsworth, has prompted authorities to order the evacuation of 75,000 homes in L.A. The Independence Day star panned the camera to show his property nestled in the trees before swinging it round to show the looming clouds of smoke.

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  • Pompeo urges China to halt South China Sea militarization
Pompeo urges China to halt South China Sea militarization

Since then relations have soured and they have become embroiled in a major trade war in which the United States has imposed tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods and China has retaliated with tariffs on $110 billion worth of USA goods.

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  • Khashoggi dissolved in acid, remains poured down consulate drain
Khashoggi dissolved in acid, remains poured down consulate drain

Erdogan said: "They also listened to the conversations and they know". Some Turkish media and officials have said Ankara possessed an audio recording of the murder and it had shared it with the head of the CIA Gina Haspel when she visited Turkey in late October.

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  • Canada's Trudeau apologizes for turning away Jews
Canada's Trudeau apologizes for turning away Jews

Louis , hundreds of whom would die in Nazi death camps. The ship had been turned away by Cuba and the United States before arriving on Canadian shores. "I want to start by congratulating all the candidates who stepped forward in the U.S. midterms and highlight the historic number of women who were elected in yesterday's elections", Trudeau said.

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  • California wildfire pushes toward tony Malibu, Pacific Ocean
California wildfire pushes toward tony Malibu, Pacific Ocean

Responders are still assessing how many structures were lost, but the priority Friday was life safety and making sure people get evacauted from threatened areas, he said . Many celebrities living in the area have taken to social media to share their experiences with the fire, while thanking the fire fighters, police, first and emergency responders...

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  • Trump in Paris blasts EU, Macron for ‘insulting’ army proposals
Trump in Paris blasts EU, Macron for ‘insulting’ army proposals

Macron's comments came amid the launch of the European Intervention Initiative, a coalition of European militaries that supporters say would not conflict with the largely USA -dominated North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance. On Saturday afternoon, Mr Macron will meet Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel in the town of Compiegne in northern Fran...

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  • Trump threatens to pull more reporters' credentials
Trump threatens to pull more reporters' credentials

But the White House maintains that Mr Acosta was in the wrong, with Ms Sanders tweeting that his actions were "absolutely unacceptable". "The White House Correspondents' Association strongly objects to the Trump Administration's decision to use US Secret Service security credentials as a tool to punish a reporter with whom it has a hard rela...

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  • Republicans maintain grip on the US Senate in midterm vote
Republicans maintain grip on the US Senate in midterm vote

Republicans also scored a major victory in Ohio's governor race, where Mike DeWine, the state attorney general, defeated Democrat Richard Cordray, who served as the first director of the U.S. Richard Neal of MA, has signaled publicly he would ask for them - a move the White House might fight. Democrats' dreams of the Senate majority, always unlik...

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  • Tens of thousands flee fast-moving Northern California fire
Tens of thousands flee fast-moving Northern California fire

Fanned by strong winds, it has scorched 70,000 acres (28,300 hectares) and has not been contained, the California Fire Department (Cal Fire) said . The " Woolsey Fire ", in Ventura County sparked evacuation orders for parts of the city of Thousand Oaks, where a Marine Corps veteran shot dead 12 people in a country music bar on Wednesday night....

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  • Fly Jamaica crash lands in Guyana, several injured
Fly Jamaica crash lands in Guyana, several injured

It reports that there were 82 Canadians on board. The Fly Jamaica Airways flight OJ 256 crashed at Georgetown Cheddi Jagan with 120 passengers including two infants on board. Canadian citizens can contact consular officials at +592-227-2081. All Canadian passengers aboard a Toronto-bound flight with a mechanical problem escaped injury when thei...

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  • Palm Beach supervisor of elections skipped deadline, Scott's campaign says
Palm Beach supervisor of elections skipped deadline, Scott's campaign says

Scott announced the suit and his call for an investigation at a press conference at the governor's mansion Thursday night. Trump tweets: "Law Enforcement is looking into another big corruption scandal having to do with Election Fraud in #Broward and Palm Beach ".

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  • Pompeo to meet N. Korea number two on Thursday
Pompeo to meet N. Korea number two on Thursday

Pompeo described the planned second meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un as a chance of making a "substantial breakthrough" in the denuclearization on the Korean peninsula. The development comes amid strained ties between South Korea and the United States over how to negotiate denuclearisation with North...

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  • Former Philippines first lady convicted of embezzling $200M
Former Philippines first lady convicted of embezzling $200M

As well as being first lady, she was the minister of human settlements from 1976 to 1986 and governor of Manila from 1978 to 1984. "We will wait for the order of the court". Imelda's son Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr narrowly lost the vice-presidential election in 2016, a result he is now challenging, and many see him as the natural successor to...

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  • Governor's race in machine recount; Senate's, Ag Commissioner's in hand recount
Governor's race in machine recount; Senate's, Ag Commissioner's in hand recount

Dana Young, R-Tampa, trailed Democratic challenger Janet Cruz on Wednesday morning by a margin of 50.07 percent to 49.93 percent, the state Division of Elections website showed. But the vote gap between them has only narrowed since then, as the state's largest counties have continued to tally ballots that were mailed in or cast on a provisional b...

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