• Yemenis, Saudis back peace talks
Yemenis, Saudis back peace talks

Al Islah leaders expressed their gratitude to the UAE and the Arab led coalition for their efforts against the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen , according to WAM. Nearly 18 million people are considered hungry and 8.4 million severely hungry in Yemen, whose population is 29 million. He hopes to convene talks before the end of the year to a...

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  • Graham says acting AG Whitaker will 'honor regular order' in Mueller probe
Graham says acting AG Whitaker will 'honor regular order' in Mueller probe

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), curiously enough, recently broke his newfound blind loyalty to President Trump by supporting such a bill. President Donald Trump with Chief Paul Cell, of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, left, during an announcement of his support for a criminal justice reform bill, called the First Step Ac...

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  • Homeless vet, couple in viral campaign faked story
Homeless vet, couple in viral campaign faked story

McClure and her boyfriend Mark D'Amico said they made the decision to publicly announce the "Good Samaritan" deed because they wanted to help Bobbitt. An attorney for the couple said that $200,000 had gone to Bobbitt - but a superior court judge said that McClure and D'Amico had "misadvised " the attorney and there actually was no money left .

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  • Germany's Merkel calls for establishment of European Union army
Germany's Merkel calls for establishment of European Union army

Merkel was the 12th EU leader to address MEPs, as part of a series on the future of Europe , with six more scheduled before the European elections. Merkel added that the proposal could be run in parallel to trans-Atlantic cooperation within the NATO military alliance, but underscored that "only a stronger Europe is going to defend Europe".

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  • Uncertainty clouds start of Rohingya return slated for Thursday
Uncertainty clouds start of Rohingya return slated for Thursday

Mr Pence also said that Washington wanted to see a free and democratic press in Myanmar, and the jailing of two journalists past year was "deeply troubling" for millions of Americans. "They had a very candid exchange of views on that", the official said. The announcement prompted human rights groups, aid agencies, and many governments to raise co...

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  • Saudi-Led Coalition Agrees to Evacuate Injured Houthis From Yemen - UK Office
Saudi-Led Coalition Agrees to Evacuate Injured Houthis From Yemen - UK Office

The fighting around the city, a vital lifeline for most Yemen's population, threatens to worsen Yemen's already-dire humanitarian situation and risks the obstruction of crucial assistance to the country endangering the lives of millions of Yemenis .

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  • Pence to Asean: Empire, aggression have no place in Indo-Pacific
Pence to Asean: Empire, aggression have no place in Indo-Pacific

India and United States, but to the worldwide community", Gokhale said. In Wednesday's meeting, Moon and Putin were expected to discuss ways to get the denuclearization talks restarted at an early date, as well as measures to further strengthen relations between the two countries.

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  • Prime Minister and Melbourne community pay tribute to Sisto Malaspina
Prime Minister and Melbourne community pay tribute to Sisto Malaspina

His comments come after a deadly attack in Melbourne on Friday when Hassan Khalif Shire Ali fatally stabbed one man and injured three others after crashing a vehicle full of gas cylinders in Bourke Street. THE staff of an iconic Melbourne cafe are in mourning today after a veteran of Melbourne's cafe culture has been named as the victim of Friday's...

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  • Canada engaging with Pakistan for Asia Bibi's asylum: PM Justin Trudeau
Canada engaging with Pakistan for Asia Bibi's asylum: PM Justin Trudeau

A Home Office spokesman said on Tuesday that individual asylum cases were not routinely commented on. In an interview with WPR, Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Asia Program and senior associate for South Asia at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., discusses Pakistan's controversial blasphemy ...

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  • Saudi prosecutor demands death penalty for five over Khashoggi murder
Saudi prosecutor demands death penalty for five over Khashoggi murder

Others have argued it's hard to believe the killing would have taken place without Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's knowledge. Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in May 2010. Turkey has blamed the highest ranks of power in Saudi Arabia for Mr Khashoggi's brutal death, saying the kingdom sent an assassination squad for him.

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  • ‘Welcoming’ Canada ready to take in Aasia Bibi: PM Trudeau
‘Welcoming’ Canada ready to take in Aasia Bibi: PM Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday that his government was holding talks with Pakistan over potentially offering asylum to Asia Bibi , a Christian woman recently freed from prison after her blasphemy conviction was overturned.

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  • Michelle Obama covers ELLE Magazine’s December issue in style
Michelle Obama covers ELLE Magazine’s December issue in style

Fox News host Tomi Lahren took a swipe at former First Lady Michelle Obama because she told the press that First Lady Melania Trump had not taken advantage of her offer of advice. I'm going to teach them to go to college, so they can buy a washing machine, '" Obama said Tuesday. "To think that some crazed person might be ginned up to think my...

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  • Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’ attorney, arrested for domestic violence
Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’ attorney, arrested for domestic violence

An LAPD public information officer confirmed to Fox News that an individual had been arrested on domestic violence charges. Avenatti's current firm in Newport Beach, California, is called Avenatti & Associates. Avenatti will reportedly be released on $50,000 bail. "Ms. Storie-Avenatti was not subject to any such incident". The statement said ...

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  • At least 9 dead in wildfire that destroyed Paradise, California - Pop. 26000
At least 9 dead in wildfire that destroyed Paradise, California - Pop. 26000

In northern California , an inferno swept across the town of Paradise and destroyed more than 6,700 homes and businesses, making it the state's most destructive fire in at least a century. Crews were already assisting efforts to put out the Woolsey Fire, which has burned 70,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. "There is no reason for t...

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  • Macron urges world leaders to reject nationalism
Macron urges world leaders to reject nationalism

President Macron of France has just suggested that Europe build its own military in order to protect itself from the U.S., China and Russian Federation. "We will not protect the Europeans unless we decide to have a real European army", Macron said, emphasizing Europe needs an army to reduce dependence on the U.S.

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  • Police Say 13 Dead Including Gunman in Thousand Oaks Shooting
Police Say 13 Dead Including Gunman in Thousand Oaks Shooting

Authorities haven't identified what motivated Long to open fire during college night at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, around 40 miles (64 kilometers) from downtown Los Angeles. "His courage represents the best of America, and his heroism is a blessing to our country". "We must find a way to stop these senseless, and many times preventa...

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  • GOP senator won’t comment on ‘hanging’ remark
GOP senator won’t comment on ‘hanging’ remark

Hyde-Smith, who faces a black Democratic challenger in a November 27 runoff, said Sunday that her November 2 remark was "exaggerated expression of regard" for someone who invited her to speak and " any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous ".

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  • Heartbreaking Photos of Rescued Animals Emerge as California Fires Continue to Spread
Heartbreaking Photos of Rescued Animals Emerge as California Fires Continue to Spread

California is ravaged by around 20 wildfires from early October that go on to claim 42 lives over the month, a lot of them in wine-producing Sonoma County, just north of San Francisco, where 22 die. He continued: "Wildfires are sparked and spread not only in forested areas but in populated areas and open fields fueled by parched vegetation, high wi...

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  • Horse Rescued After Hiding in Pool to Survive California Fire
Horse Rescued After Hiding in Pool to Survive California Fire

The Woolsey has killed at least two people, bringing the total to 50 lives lost, damaging beach resorts including the rich-and-famous haunt of Malibu. Overall, 10 sets of remains were found in Paradise and three in neighboring Concow. To follow ongoing updates from fire and safety officials about the damage to specific areas in the Camp fire , ...

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  • China unveils J-20 stealth fighter's missile capability at airshow
China unveils J-20 stealth fighter's missile capability at airshow

Two J-20 stealth fighter jets of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force performs during the 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition. While China has touted various achievements in the J-20 programme, it has also seen setbacks, particularly with respect to the lack of a reliable indigenous engine.

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