• Environment Canada issues freezing drizzle and freezing rain warnings for Sudbury
Environment Canada issues freezing drizzle and freezing rain warnings for Sudbury

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory from 6 p.m. Tuesday through 6 a.m. Wednesday for most of northeastern and north central IL, due to the sleet and freezing rain. Northeast winds gusting up to 50 km/h will also generate local blowing snow, leading to reduced visibilities. People were advised to watch for possible sl...

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  • Chinese communities around world welcome Year of the Pig
Chinese communities around world welcome Year of the Pig

In Yangzhou, China, tourist guides wear pig hats, hold Chinese knots and hang red lanterns to send New Year greetings to tourists at the Yangzhou Slender West Lake scenic area. While this year's skins are priced at 3,000 credits, older skins have their prices reduced to 1,000 credits. In Japan, the capital's famous Tokyo Tower was due to turn...

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  • US Attorney's Office Subpoenas Trump Inaugural Cmte
US Attorney's Office Subpoenas Trump Inaugural Cmte

By US law, only its citizens and legal residents are allowed to donate to inauguration ceremonies. "We have just received a subpoena for documents", the spokesperson said in a statement. A recent ProPublica report suggested that money from the inaugural committee paid the Trump Organization for rooms, meals, and event space at the Trump Interna...

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  • Russian Federation treaty under strain
Russian Federation treaty under strain

Russian Federation suspended the Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty on Saturday after the United States announced it would withdraw from the arms control pact, accusing Moscow of violations. Brokered by USA president Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, the treaty ended a superpower buildup of warheads that had frightened Europe.

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  • Iran unveils new ground-launched cruise missile
Iran unveils new ground-launched cruise missile

The new "Hoveyzeh" cruise missile can reportedly travel up to 1,200 kilometres. Iran's defense minister says that the new missile hit its target . However, the EU expressed concern about Iran's expansion of its missile programme, particularly its ballistic missile tests, which have been carried out in defiance of opposition from the U.S.

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  • Sarah Sanders Has A New Name For Trump's 'Executive Time'
Sarah Sanders Has A New Name For Trump's 'Executive Time'

Axios published three months of the president's day-to-day private schedule on Sunday, citing an unnamed "White House source" as the person who supplied the 51 schedules. Madeleine Westerhout, director of Oval Office operations, blasted the leak of the White House schedules, tweeting on Sunday, "What a disgraceful breach of trust to leak schedu...

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  • Israel begins construction of border barrier with Gaza Strip
Israel begins construction of border barrier with Gaza Strip

Israel has begun building a new barrier along its border with Gaza, the Defence Ministry announced on Sunday (Feb 3). "It's massive and especially strong", the ministry said in an accompanying video clip. But the premier, who is also defence minister, on Sunday pledged the upcoming polls would not affect security decisions. Palestinians in Gaza...

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  • Leopard cub in check-in baggage rescued in Chennai Airport, passenger arrested
Leopard cub in check-in baggage rescued in Chennai Airport, passenger arrested

According to news agency ANI, The Air Intelligence Unit at Chennai International airport seized the one-month-old cub . He was suspended when officials at the airport heard noises from his bag. "He says he was supposed to handover it to someone at the Chennai airport ". Mr Chaudhary said the cub would be rehomed at the Aringa Anna Zoologi...

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  • 'Once in a century' floods hit northeast Australia
'Once in a century' floods hit northeast Australia

Hundreds of homes in Townsville have already been inundated, local media reported. Queensland Fire and Emergency Services told The Courier-Mail a massive 850 SES calls were made in the 24 hours leading up to 5am today. Residents still in their homes in these suburbs should move to the highest ground in their dwelling before 8.30pm tonight. Cars...

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  • Officials say power restored to federal jail
Officials say power restored to federal jail

A congresswoman who visited the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn for the second time Saturday said officials were not taking the situation seriously enough. "Inmates who have medical conditions can't read the instructions on the medications". The BOP issued a statement on Saturday that they expect electricity to be restored on Mond...

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  • United Kingdom recognises Juan Guaido as interim President of Venezuela
United Kingdom recognises Juan Guaido as interim President of Venezuela

Mr Guaido, who leads the National Assembly, declared himself caretaker leader last month in a move splitting worldwide powers and bringing Venezuelans onto the streets. 4, 2019. The coordinated move by 11 nations including Britain, Germany, France, Spain and seven more European Union members followed the expiration of an ultimatum for Maduro to c...

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  • U.S. forces staying in Iraq to watch Iran
U.S. forces staying in Iraq to watch Iran

On Syria, Trump said the 2,000 United States troops in the country to assist local forces would leave "in a matter of time" but cited the need to protect Israel "and other things that we have" for slowing down - after initially announcing an immediate pull-out.

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  • Not all Huawei's materials come from China, company says
Not all Huawei's materials come from China, company says

Meng is required to wear an ankle monitor, surrender her passports and stay in one of her two Vancouver homes from 11 p.m.to 6 a.m. Despite calls for an immediate resolution to the Meng situation by the Chinese government, and the painfully obvious attempts at strongarm tactics in with their detention of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael S...

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  • European Parliament Passes Resolution Recognising Guaido as Venezuelan President
European Parliament Passes Resolution Recognising Guaido as Venezuelan President

Maduro's time is running out, but in order to manage his exit with the minimum of bloodshed, all of Venezuela must unite in pushing for a definitive end to his regime", Guaido wrote, adding that any transition of power could not happen without support from "pro-democratic governments" and "key military contingents".

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  • Reports of plane down in Yorba Linda, catching homes on fire
Reports of plane down in Yorba Linda, catching homes on fire

Firefighters suppress a fire at the scene of a deadly plane crash in the residential neighborhood of Yorba Linda, California , Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. The Cessna 414A took off from Fullerton Municipal Airport shortly before the crash, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

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  • Police Searching for Escaped Prisoner in Conroe; Considered Extremely Dangerous
Police Searching for Escaped Prisoner in Conroe; Considered Extremely Dangerous

Recently, Maya Maxwell was also extradited back to Texas from MI on a charge related to their disappearance. Marks had not been named a suspect in their deaths. Loop 336 in Conroe. Marks was arrested and jailed in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on the Temple burglary warrant. Scott had filed a protective order against Marks in July, the station report...

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  • Iran announces successful test of long-range cruise missile
Iran announces successful test of long-range cruise missile

Amir Brigadier Hatami pointed out that on the fifth decade of the Islamic Revolution, we prepared the "Defense Achievements and Construction" exhibition at Imam Khomeini's Mosalla in central Tehran, adding that about 350 products in different military fields are showcased at the event as the main achievements of the defense industry of the country....

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  • Nissan to cancel X-Trail production plans in latest vehicle industry setback
Nissan to cancel X-Trail production plans in latest vehicle industry setback

It has been confirmed today that the X-Trail will instead be produced at its Kyushu plant in Japan . The Japanese firm announced plans to build the next generation of both the X-Trail and Qashqai SUVs at the plant in 2016, securing the future of the plant that employs around 6700 people.

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  • Man fakes fall for insurance money
Man fakes fall for insurance money

He then stands over the ice for a few seconds, before taking a rather deliberate tumble to the ground. He remained on the ground until he was found by colleagues. He had reportedly been subcontracted to perform work at the company before the "slip" was filmed. " I didn't do it ", he told CBS2. He went on to file an insurance claim for treatment...

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  • Venezuela air force general defects from regime and backs opposition leader
Venezuela air force general defects from regime and backs opposition leader

The diplomats said European Union governments had felt more comfortable in shifting towards support by basing their position on Venezuela's constitution, which states that the head of congress can take over if the president usurps power, is absent or incapacitated.

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