• Newborn baby found on California road in frigid temperatures
Newborn baby found on California road in frigid temperatures

A stricken mother begged strangers to take her newborn baby - then dumped the girl in the middle of a freezing road with her umbilical cord still attached. Officials said the newspaper carrier took the baby inside his vehicle and called 911. Now authorities are on the hunt for the baby's mother. She is described by witnesses as a Hispanic femal...

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  • Russian Federation may unplug from the internet to test its cyberdefenses
Russian Federation may unplug from the internet to test its cyberdefenses

The announcement comes after a draft law called the Digital Economy National Program - which requires Russian internet service providers (ISPs) to make technical changes as the nation prepares for sanctions - was introduced to Russian parliament previous year.

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  • Mexican drug cartel leader El Chapo found guilty, faces life in prison
Mexican drug cartel leader El Chapo found guilty, faces life in prison

He was free at that point after a dramatic escape in which he tunneled out of a Mexican prison. In this courtroom drawing, Joaquin " El Chapo " Guzman, centre, sits at the defence table while listening to the judge addressing the jury during his long-running drug trafficking trial in NY.

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  • Who owns that 'delightful' tiger, Houston officials ask
Who owns that 'delightful' tiger, Houston officials ask

Crews nicknamed the tiger "Tyson" from the movie " The Hangover ", KHOU said, adding that officers said Tyson was well fed and in good shape but badly housed. A female tiger was found inside a vacant Houston home. Houston police are investigating who may have owned the animal. Neighbors were none too pleased to discover the danger that ha...

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  • Watch as a BBC cameraman is assaulted at Trump's rally
Watch as a BBC cameraman is assaulted at Trump's rally

Trump interrupted his speech when he saw what was going on and said to Skeans, "You all right?" Mere minutes later, Trump brought attention to the press in the room, jeering at them and eliciting boos from the crowd. 'The man was removed by security and Ron is fine. "This is a constant feature of these rallies - a goading of the crowds against...

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  • Polar Bears Searching For Food Invade Russian Town, Terrifying Residents
Polar Bears Searching For Food Invade Russian Town, Terrifying Residents

However, despite desperate pleas for help, Russian authorities have so far refused permission to shoot the bears. " Global warming is melting the ice so it has a chain reaction on how polar bears can survive", Liz Greengrass, a director at United Kingdom animal conservation charity Born Free Foundation told CNN in 2018.

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  • Air New Zealand flight's U-turn sparks claims of China tensions
Air New Zealand flight's U-turn sparks claims of China tensions

When asked to comment on the matter during a press conference on Monday, China's foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said the plane was "improperly temporarily deployed, failed to obtain destination permission, and took the independent decision to return while in flight".

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  • Rare male tiger kills proposed mate in first meeting at Zoo
Rare male tiger kills proposed mate in first meeting at Zoo

But he attacked her after they were put in the same 2,500sq metre enclosure. The staff, who were carefully watching their interactions, attempted to distract the tigers from each other with loud noises, flares, and alarms - a standard response for zookeepers to implement in these situations, they explained - but it was too late.

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  • South Korea Meets Trump’s Demand to Pay More for U.S. Troops
South Korea Meets Trump’s Demand to Pay More for U.S. Troops

On the campaign trail, Trump promised American voters he would fight to secure fair deals for the United States on the world stage. The signed agreement is called "preliminary" as of now since it needs to be approved by South Korea's National Assembly.

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  • China denies Turkish claim that Uighur poet Abdurehim Heyit died in Xinjiang
China denies Turkish claim that Uighur poet Abdurehim Heyit died in Xinjiang

Chinese Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said that a brief video clip of Abdurehim Heyit issued by state media shows he is still alive. Beijing faces growing global pressure over its so-called "de-radicalization" program in its far western province.

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  • See Klobuchar launch 2020 presidential bid in most Minnesota way imaginable
See Klobuchar launch 2020 presidential bid in most Minnesota way imaginable

An exuberant crowd gathered on a cold and snowy day at a park along the Mississippi River waterfront with the city's skyline in the background. "I've always been taught that your true character shows in how you treat those with less power than you, especially behind closed doors", a former staffer told BuzzFeed News.

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  • Woman’s abduction from Miami auto shop was domestic violence-related
Woman’s abduction from Miami auto shop was domestic violence-related

The Miami Police Department released the video Saturday, which shows a woman walking into a tire shop. Witnesses claimed the woman was attempting to hide in a bathroom in the workshop. "She told me, 'Call 911, '" the witness said. The video shows the man forcing the woman out of the building and into his auto. "We're asking anyone with any ...

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  • IMMIGRATION INSANITY: Gov. Newsom to Order California National Guard WITHDRAWAL from Border
IMMIGRATION INSANITY: Gov. Newsom to Order California National Guard WITHDRAWAL from Border

Newsom will reassign roughly 110 troops to beef up California's fire preparation efforts ahead of the next wildfire season and expand the guard's counterdrug task force program. "The border "emergency" is a manufactured crisis," Newsom plans to say. This was in response to the fact that little progress is being made between Democrats and Rep...

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  • Israel warns Iran this could be last anniversary
Israel warns Iran this could be last anniversary

Iranian state TV, which said millions participated in the celebrations, ran archive footage of the days of the uprising and played revolutionary songs. In January, Rouhani said Iran was dealing with its worst economic crisis since the Shah was toppled. Iranian leaders say they are protecting national interests.

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  • May offers Corbyn further Brexit talks in attempt to secure deal
May offers Corbyn further Brexit talks in attempt to secure deal

Elsewhere Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay was said to have held "constructive" talks on Monday night with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels. As the Prime Minister prepares to update MPs on the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations on Tuesday afternoon - a day earlier than expected - Andrea Leadsom dismissed the prospect...

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  • 17 including child killed in Delhi hotel blaze
17 including child killed in Delhi hotel blaze

At least 17 people are dead as a result of the blaze overnight in New Delhi , India . A fire department official said some fire extinguishers were found used suggesting people trapped inside tried to douse the fire in a bid to escape. The fire has already been controlled and the cooling process was underway. Frequent raids by civic authorities ...

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  • Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Calls Jamal Khashoggi Murder A 'Mistake'
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Calls Jamal Khashoggi Murder A 'Mistake'

In his interview, al-Jubeir also firmly denied that the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had anything to do with Khashoggi slaying. Lawmakers, including Menendez and Sen. "I call on the administration to immediately comply with the requirements of the law, and to provide Congress with the information required", he said.

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  • China strongly dissatisfied by US warships entering South China Sea
China strongly dissatisfied by US warships entering South China Sea

Two U.S. warships have sailed close to islands claimed by China in the disputed South China Sea - a move that could negatively impact on-going trade talks between the two nations. In January, the destroyer USS McCampbell challenged China's claims to the Paracel Islands. "We conduct routine and regular freedom of navigation operations as we have...

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  • Fox host says he 'hasn't washed hands in 10 years'
Fox host says he 'hasn't washed hands in 10 years'

He revealed: "My 2019 resolution is to say things on air that I say off air. Really, I don't really wash my hands ever", Hegseth stated on Sunday's episode of the show, possibly as his cohosts anticipated chugging bottles of Purell. Meanwhile Henry invited the show's viewers to sound off on what Hegseth had just shared. The 38-year-old was once ...

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  • U.S. Acting Defense Chief Arrives In Afghanistan On Unannounced Visit
U.S. Acting Defense Chief Arrives In Afghanistan On Unannounced Visit

Pat Shanahan was in Afghanistan's capital on Monday, meeting with Afghan leaders and American military commanders and diplomats. The insurgent group claimed last week that the Trump administration had agreed to pull half of the US forces in Afghanistan out of the country in just a couple months.

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