• Woman chops off lover, cooks and serves him to Pakistanis in UAE
Woman chops off lover, cooks and serves him to Pakistanis in UAE

Prosecutors in Al-Ain emirate said the girlfriend killed the victim three months ago, but she wasn't arrested until his tooth was found inside her blender. She said she had asked a friend to help dispose of the body - but the friend denied witnessing the crime when questioned by police, The National reports.

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  • Year-old strangled baby brother to death as dad shopped
Year-old strangled baby brother to death as dad shopped

Before running into a store to buy clothes, he made sure the air conditioner was running, set up a movie for the kids to watch and gave them snacks. According to KTRK , police told a different story, reporting that there were no auto seats and surveillance video puts the trip at about 1 hour and 40 minutes.

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  • Trump submits answers to Mueller's Russian Federation inquiry
Trump submits answers to Mueller's Russian Federation inquiry

Giuliani said in the statement on Tuesday the president had provided "unprecedented cooperation" with the probe over the past year and a half, noting that more than 30 White House-related witnesses had been questioned and 1.4 million pages of material turned over before Trump responded to the pre-election questions in writing.

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  • United States national illegally enters Sentinelese area in Andaman, killed by tribals
United States national illegally enters Sentinelese area in Andaman, killed by tribals

Also called the Sentineli or North Sentinel Islanders, they are known to be hunters and gatherers who survive through fishing, hunting and collecting wild plants. But it is illegal to go within three miles (five kilometers) of North Sentinel island. The island was hit by the devastating 2004 tsunami that swept across the Indian Ocean but not mu...

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  • Trump reportedly wanted to order prosecutions of Hillary Clinton, Comey
Trump reportedly wanted to order prosecutions of Hillary Clinton, Comey

Dean added that this is a level that Nixon "never went to, where he went after somebody's personal well-being by a criminal prosecution". US President Donald Trump wanted prosecutions opened against his 2016 election opponent Hillary Clinton and ex-FBI director James Comey , according to a report in The New York Times on Tuesday.

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  • Spain won't back Brexit deal without clarity on Gibraltar, says Spanish minister
Spain won't back Brexit deal without clarity on Gibraltar, says Spanish minister

In Brussels, EU spokesperson Margaritis Schinas said the bloc agreed previous year that "after the UK leaves the Union, no agreement between the EU and the UK may apply to the territory of Gibraltar without the agreement between Kingdom of Spain and the United Kingdom".

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  • Tijuana Arrests 34 Central America Migrants on Minor Charges
Tijuana Arrests 34 Central America Migrants on Minor Charges

Trump, who ominously warned before the midterms that "Middle Easterners", terrorists and criminal gang members were among the Central Americans seeking asylum in the USA, had suggested that the troops could fire back if the migrants threw stones at them.

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  • Multiple people dead at scene of mansion fire
Multiple people dead at scene of mansion fire

Video from the scene showed giants flames visible through the windows and thick smoke spilling out of the roof. The Ocean Township home, about 10 miles from Colts Neck, is owned by Paul and Susan Caneiro, and public records show the men are related, sharing at least one address in NY several decades ago.

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  • Duterte, Xi 'elevate' PH-China ties, 'manage' sea row
Duterte, Xi 'elevate' PH-China ties, 'manage' sea row

Chinese investments in the Philippines surged more than five-fold in the first six months of the year after a 67 percent expansion last year, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said during a Manila visit last month. While Western governments have sharply criticized Duterte's brutal crackdown against illegal drugs, China has not. Xi also agreed with Duter...

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  • Trump Holds Thanksgiving Turkey Pardon Ceremony at the White House
Trump Holds Thanksgiving Turkey Pardon Ceremony at the White House

The turkeys made their debut in Washington Monday, posing for photos at the Willard Hotel - the tony hotel a block from the White House - and then spent the night in one of the Willard's suites. Last year , Mr. Trump pardoned a turkey named Drumstick. The incoming Democratic chairmen of key House committees have threatened to flood the presiden...

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  • BREXIT: Oxfordshire MPs react to proposed withdrawal deal
BREXIT: Oxfordshire MPs react to proposed withdrawal deal

Following the 2017 election, the United Kingdom's Conservative government is a minority administration which is kept in power through a "supply and confidence" agreement with the Northern Irish regional group the DUP. In better news for the beleaguered British leader, a leading pro-Brexit lawmaker acknowledged that the rebels haven't mustered the...

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  • Donald Trump: Unlike Hillary Clinton, Ivanka Trump Did Not Delete Private Emails
Donald Trump: Unlike Hillary Clinton, Ivanka Trump Did Not Delete Private Emails

Ivanka , who took on her unpaid White House role in March 2017, "sometimes used her personal account, nearly always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family", according to a statement from a spokesman for Abbe Lowell , Ivanka Trump's attorney.

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  • Judge bars Trump from denying asylum to people entering USA illegally
Judge bars Trump from denying asylum to people entering USA illegally

Civil rights groups sued, arguing that Trump's November 9 order violated administrative and immigration law. But Tigar's ruling notes that federal law says someone may seek asylum if they have arrived in the United States , 'whether or not at a designated port of arrival'.

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  • Russian Federation says USA senators meddling in election of next Interpol head
Russian Federation says USA senators meddling in election of next Interpol head

Interpol holds its general assembly this week in Dubai, and the meeting has become a new flashpoint in the ongoing confrontation between Russian Federation and the West. Human Rights Watch warned that Meng's election would "embolden and encourage abuses" in the Interpol system. This is far from the first time that Interpol's votes are causing con...

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  • Christopher Watts: Man who killed pregnant wife and daughters jailed for life
Christopher Watts: Man who killed pregnant wife and daughters jailed for life

The hearing included statements by Shan'ann's father, who called Watts an "evil monster" and said, "How dare you take the lives of my precious Shan'ann, Bella, Celeste, and Nico?" Chris Watts told Kessinger he had two daughters and was going through a mutual divorce, which was nearly finalized, Kessinger said.

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  • Fox News host tells Trump world sees him as 'beacon for repression'
Fox News host tells Trump world sees him as 'beacon for repression'

I will make some changes, but not very many. I don't know what happened to all those votes that disappeared at the very end. U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a signing of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Act in the Oval Office of the White House on Friday in Washington, D.C.

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  • Afghanistan to form Advisory Board for Peace
Afghanistan to form Advisory Board for Peace

While TOLO news reported Khalilzad saying that the Taliban believes it can not win the war militarily. Earlier this month, the USA government's ombudsman for the American effort in Afghanistan issued a report that said the Taliban have strengthened their grip on the country over the past three years, with the Afghan government in Kabul controllin...

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  • Rubio Praises McRaven After Trump Derides Retired Admiral
Rubio Praises McRaven After Trump Derides Retired Admiral

Mr Trump dismissed the four-star officer as "a Hilary Clinton fan" and an "Obama-backer" and said: "Of course we should have captured Osama bin Laden long before we did". "U.S. "aid" was a minuscule $20bn", Khan posted on Twitter. Instead of making Pakistan "a scapegoat for their failures", Washington should do a serious assessment of "...

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  • Troops Rushed To Border To Guard Against Caravan Leaving Before Migrants Arrive
Troops Rushed To Border To Guard Against Caravan Leaving Before Migrants Arrive

Those service members came from engineering and logistical units who helped put up wire to secure parts of the border. Monday, FOX 5 got a first hand look at how approximately 1,500 Marines assigned to various ports of entry in California have been working to strengthen the border.

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  • Airbnb cuts listings in Israeli West Bank settlements
Airbnb cuts listings in Israeli West Bank settlements

The San Francisco-based company said the decision will affect some 200 listings in West Bank settlements, but did not specify when the decision will take effect. Palestinian leaders have long sought statehood and fought for the removal of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Israeli Tourism Minister Yariv Levin described it as a "disgraceful sur...

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