• R. Kelly pleads not guilty to sexual abuse charges
R. Kelly pleads not guilty to sexual abuse charges

After the unnamed witness obtained and watched the video - which reportedly showed Kelly having sex with the victim, who repeatedly stated her age, in a house that the witness recognized as belonging to Kelly - they turned the tape over to the state's attorney's office.

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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit an equestrian centre in Rabat
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit an equestrian centre in Rabat

Meghan Markle shared a sweet moment with two little girls during her and Prince Harry's royal tour of Morocco . While pal Gayle King , who attended the bash, wouldn't reveal on CBS This Morning what she bought the Duchess of Sussex and the baby-to-be, she did share a few details into the Upper East Side soiree.

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  • Government Publishes No-Deal Brexit Plans
Government Publishes No-Deal Brexit Plans

Dublin/London . Ireland will no longer recognise the United Kingdom driving licences of people living in Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit , The Guardian reports."The advice to such drivers is that they should exchange their United Kingdom driving licence for an Irish driving licence before the 29 March 2019".

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  • Mueller: Manafort ‘brazenly violated the law’ for years
Mueller: Manafort ‘brazenly violated the law’ for years

Schiff on Sunday stepped up his focus on Barr, saying that if the new attorney general withholds any part of the report, his legacy will be "tarnished". They say Trump directed his personal lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal hush-money payments to two women as a way to quash potential sex scandals during the campaign.

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  • British PM Theresa May delays Brexit vote to 12 March
British PM Theresa May delays Brexit vote to 12 March

May said: "My team will be back in Brussels tomorrow". The intervention by Amber Rudd, Greg Clark and David Gauke led to calls for their resignations by furious Tory Brexiteers - comments said to have been echoed in private by some Cabinet ministers.

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  • Okinawans vote in referendum on United States base removal plan
Okinawans vote in referendum on United States base removal plan

Henoko is to replace a base in Futenma that is in a more residential area and is criticised as noisy and risky. Okinawa accounts for less than one percent of Japan's total land area, but hosts more than half of the approximately 47,000 American military personnel stationed in Japan.

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  • Mulla Baradar arrives in Qatar for talks with US
Mulla Baradar arrives in Qatar for talks with US

Earlier, Taliban officials and USA negotiators agreed on a draft peace pact on January 26, setting out the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan within 18 months, potentially ending the longest war the US has ever been involved in.

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  • Amid major crackdown Centre rushed 100 companies of troops to J&K
Amid major crackdown Centre rushed 100 companies of troops to J&K

The crackdown comes amid high tensions between India and Pakistan following the February 14 suicide auto bombing of a paramilitary convoy by a Kashmiri militant. The article, incorporated into the Indian Constitution in 1954, grants special rights and privileges to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmiris say the removal of 35A will trigg...

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  • Bangladesh passenger plane forced to land in 'hijack attempt'
Bangladesh passenger plane forced to land in 'hijack attempt'

Mofid told reporters that the hijacker claimed he had a pistol, but he had since been taken into custody and is being questioned. "The situation at Shah Amanat global airport is very much under the control of the Bangladeshi army", he said.

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  • Damaging winds, blowing snow in the weekend forecast
Damaging winds, blowing snow in the weekend forecast

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for all of southern Ontario, warning of damaging wind gusts that will be moving in. This afternoon's winds will be strong enough to cause minor damage to homes with a particular threat posed by debris that is left outside, such as deck or patio furniture.

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  • Feinstein Unveils Green Deal Alternative After Kid Confrontation
Feinstein Unveils Green Deal Alternative After Kid Confrontation

On Sunday morning, weekend co-host Griff Jenkins reported on AOC's generosity, claiming that "she is going to redistribute the money appropriated to her congressional office to make sure that the entry level staffers get a fair share of money".

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  • Iran showcases first submarine cruise missile as part of Gulf war games
Iran showcases first submarine cruise missile as part of Gulf war games

Iran is now running a major naval exercise in the strategic Strait of Hormuz as the re-imposed United States sanctions against the Islamic republic, targeting its vital oil sector, begin to bite. In May, Washington reinstated sanctions against Tehran following the US' withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement. Last week, Iranian Foreign Minis...

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  • Plans in Place to Teach Chinese at Saudi Schools
Plans in Place to Teach Chinese at Saudi Schools

Noting that the Arabian Peninsula is a part of the ancient Silk Road, Mohammed said Saudi Arabia supports the Belt and Road Initiative and hopes to align it with the Saudi Vision 2030 to deepen bilateral practical cooperation in various fields.

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  • US officials honor UK man who tends memorial of US Airmen
US officials honor UK man who tends memorial of US Airmen

He managed to watch the event and tweeted: "I can't talk". Today, thousands of people along with two relatives of the crew members who tragically died 75-years-ago, attended the fly-past involving military aircraft from Britain and the United States.

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  • Can 'Brexit by the beach' talks save May's deal?
Can 'Brexit by the beach' talks save May's deal?

Ministers were in Brussels last week. Three of the May's cabinet ministers suggested on Saturday they may break with the British prime minister and back amendments to delay Brexit unless a deal is agreed in the next week. Since losing the Conservative Party's ruling majority in a disastrous election campaign in 2017, Mrs May has suffered an nea...

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  • Turkey told USA not to leave power vacuum in Syria withdrawal - Akar
Turkey told USA not to leave power vacuum in Syria withdrawal - Akar

Presidential press officer Sarah Sanders said late Thursday the " small peacekeeping group " will remain in Syria "for a period of time", but didn't specify exactly how long. The current goal is to have the force stood up by the end of April. "Millions of Syrians will return home when we secure the east of the Euphrates", Erdogan said.

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  • Rochester Included in Another Winter Storm Watch
Rochester Included in Another Winter Storm Watch

Forecasters say the track remains uncertain, but a developing major storm system has the potential to dump another 6 to 12 inches of snow in southeastern Minnesota. Sunday: High impact... The accumulating snow will be over, but significant blowing and drifting, even in the metro, will make travel hard and problematic.

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  • 100 vehicles gutted in fire at Aero India 2019 show
100 vehicles gutted in fire at Aero India 2019 show

At least 15 drivers were also sleeping inside the cars when the fire broke out. The cause of the fire is presently unknown. 3000 litres of foam normally used to fight aircraft fire was sprayed. The State Transport Department has also opened a centre at the Yelahanka RTO to issue duplicate documents to those who lost them due to the fire. Unio...

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  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein debates children over climate change
Sen. Dianne Feinstein debates children over climate change

The mailman who has delivered to the building for a decade also told the Post that mail for her and Roberts piles up in their box for months at a time. She offered to provide copies for each child and asked them to review it and let her know if they see issues. Tom Nichols tweeted: "I know this is bad retail politics, but man, I love seeing Fe...

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  • Three UK ministers throw weight behind Brexit delay to stop no
Three UK ministers throw weight behind Brexit delay to stop no

The senior ministers' warning comes just days after three Conservative lawmakers quit the party over what they called Theresa May's "disastrous" handling of Brexit , and the Conservative party's shift to the right. "We are getting closer to that point". "I recognise that Amber, Greg and David have genuine concerns about a no-deal outcome", h...

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