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The US Ambassador was summoned to Iraq for making "protest" from the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Iraq, because of the unprecedented decision by trump, which he recognized Israel's capital Jerusalem. Trump's move to end decades of careful United States policy has sparked a storm of condemnation around the globe, both from Washington's traditional allies and its global foes.
  • US Says 2000 Troops Are in Syria, a Fourfold Increase

    US Says 2000 Troops Are in Syria, a Fourfold Increase

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    He ordered that the Pentagon disclose new troop totals in Syria. Under the revised method of counting, there are 5,200 troops in Iraq and more than 14,000 in Afghanistan . ISIS has lost about 97 percent of the land it once controlled across Syria and Iraq, Manning said Wednesday, but small pockets of fighters remain in both countries.
  • John Oliver slams Dustin Hoffman over sexual harassment allegations

    John Oliver slams Dustin Hoffman over sexual harassment allegations

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    He was alluding to an allegation made by Anna Graham Hunter last month that Hoffman groped her and made inappropriate comments when she was a 17-year-old intern on the set of the 1985 TV movie " Death of a Salesman ". And that is "if".to, you know, that was out of sorts while I advised her, I apologize. "Because there's no point in [an accuser] lying". At this point, a visibly disappointed Oliver held his head in his hands.
  • Mueller Spent More Than $3.2 Million Through September on Russia Probe

    Mueller Spent More Than $3.2 Million Through September on Russia Probe

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    The details of the expenditures related to Mueller's investigation were laid out in a report released publicly by the special counsel's office. For example, Patrick Fitzgerald was a special counsel who investigated a far narrower subject: a leak that exposed the identity of covert Central Intelligence Agency officer Valerie Plame.
  • Cold blast has arrived and snow chances slowly creeping up!

    Cold blast has arrived and snow chances slowly creeping up!

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    In its wake, a cold air mass is at the surface; in the upper levels, a southwesterly flow is ongoing and this is setting up an "overrunning" pattern. It'll be another cold day with highs in the 30s. It will not bring any rain, but it will make us even colder than we already are. As of right now, the pattern doesn't appear to be conducive for the necessary meeting of moisture and energy that can form a stronger storm.
  • London Mayor calls for apology to people of Amritsar for Jallianwala Bagh

    London Mayor calls for apology to people of Amritsar for Jallianwala Bagh

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    Khan went around the Jallianwala Bagh complex and saw the Martyr's Well and the bullet marks on the walls. "In response to peaceful act, General Dyer and his soldiers closed the gate and open fire on men, women and children". Wrapping up his first official tour to India, the London Mayor, earlier on Wednesday, also paid obeisance at the holy shrine of Golden Temple. Mr Khan was also presented with a Siropa (robe of honour) by the officials of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC).
  • Kenya government threatens opposition with 'treason' charge

    Kenya government threatens opposition with 'treason' charge

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    Odinga dismissed the USA pleas on Thursday. But the Supreme Court nullified the result, and a repeat election was held on October 26. "Up to today, no single ambassador has condemned the killing of people by police", he said. Embassy in Nairobi said on Wednesday, following a visit to Kenya by Donald Yamamoto, the acting assistant secretary of state for African affairs. "The will of the people was expressed on August 8 and that is it".
  • PM Modi inaugurates Dr BR Ambedkar International Centre

    PM Modi inaugurates Dr BR Ambedkar International Centre

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    Baba Saheb Ambedkar's contribution to nation building, saying attempts to undermine his role were unsuccessful. According to an official release, the Dr Ambedkar International Centre is a fusion of Buddhist and present day architecture which includes seminar as well as conference halls.
  • Man burnt alive in Rajasthan for 'love jihad', accused arrested

    Man burnt alive in Rajasthan for 'love jihad', accused arrested

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    In the video that went viral, Raigar can be seen beating up Sheikh and then pouring kerosene oil on his body and burning him alive. The incident took place in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district and the video has gone viral. In the video, Afrazul was seen crying for help even as Raigar attacks him with an axe and then burns him alive. The police later found his charred remains.
  • Whistleblower: Michael Flynn Said That Russian Sanctions Would Be

    Whistleblower: Michael Flynn Said That Russian Sanctions Would Be "Ripped Up"

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    The whistleblower, who provided his account to Cummings in June, said he was with Alex Copson , managing partner of ACU Strategic Partners, a key Flynn ally on the nuclear project, on January 20, Inauguration Day. Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Cummings have a long history of clashing publicly over politically charged investigations. Copson was working at the time with Flynn on a project to build nuclear reactors in the Middle East, and Flynn reported in August that he served as an "advisor" to Copson's ...
  • Ready to extend Aadhaar deadline to March 31, Centre tells SC

    Ready to extend Aadhaar deadline to March 31, Centre tells SC

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    Mobile sim cards still have time to link with Aadhaar, as the deadline for mobile sim linking is February 6, 2018. The Supreme Court will be setting up a five-judge Constitution Bench next week to hear several pleas seeking an interim stay on the Centre's decision of mandatory linking of Aadhaar .
  • FIFA Club World Cup on Fox Sports

    FIFA Club World Cup on Fox Sports

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    A stunning strike by Romarinho gave local side Al Jazira a 1-0 win over Oceania champions Auckland City in their Club World Cup preliminary match on Wednesday despite being outplayed by the New Zealanders. Auckland City have been fixtures at the Club World Cup for the best part of a decade, and have enjoyed some wonderful moments. The match will be played between the Copa Libertadores champions and winners of match two.
  • Lavrov to meet with Indian, Chinese top diplomats on December 11

    Lavrov to meet with Indian, Chinese top diplomats on December 11

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    China on Thursday claimed an Indian drone "invaded" Chinese airspace before crashing on its side across the Sino-Indian western border, with the People's Liberation Army (PLA) alleging that India violated China's territorial sovereignty. In the Doklam Standoff and relations with Japan, Chinese propaganda machine has fanned a new round of nationalistic fervour against, the two countries, Wang wrote in an article in the Post recently, referribng to India and Japan.
  • EU warns Trump against recognising Jerusalem as Israeli capital

    EU warns Trump against recognising Jerusalem as Israeli capital

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , Mogherini said, "We believe that any action that would undermine this effort must absolutely be avoided... and that a solution has to be found for Jerusalem to be the capital of the two states". Fears that Trump might finally move on the sensitive issue and move the USA embassy to Jerusalem, effectively recognizing it as Israel's capital escalated last week.
  • Sells 1516 Shares of Automatic Data Processing (ADP)

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    Vanguard Group Inc. grew its position in shares of Automatic Data Processing by 2.4% during the 2nd quarter. Mycio Wealth Ptnrs Limited Liability Com reported 0.07% of its portfolio in Automatic Data Processing, Inc . The firm operates in four divisions: Business Aircraft, Commercial Aircraft, Aerostructures and Engineering Services, and Transportation. It has a 29.34 P/E ratio.
  • Trump's private spies… 'move to snub disloyal CIA'

    Trump's private spies… 'move to snub disloyal CIA'

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    The three envisioned an intelligence apparatus created to reinforce the Trump administration's political agenda, which would be free to circumvent the existing U.S. A spokesperson for Prince denied the claims in a statement to CNN's Erin Burnett. The fact that his sister is Betsy DeVos, Trump's Secretary of Education, gives him access to Trump to pitch this idea.