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People from dozens of countries took their oaths of citizenship Friday in South Florida as news spread about their new president's alleged statement . The United Nations has branded the remarks as "racist", with spokesperson Robert Coleville saying: "If confirmed these are shocking and shameful comments from the President of the United States".
  • No trip to London since embassy site is a 'bad deal'

    No trip to London since embassy site is a 'bad deal'

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    Bush was in the White House. The US will leave behind an imposing 1960 stone and concrete embassy in London's upmarket Grosvenor Square - an area known as "Little America" during World War Two, when the square also housed the military headquarters of General Dwight D Eisenhower.
  • Woman murdered in Pakistan could also be sufferer of a SERIAL KILLER

    Woman murdered in Pakistan could also be sufferer of a SERIAL KILLER

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    The demonstrators were among a group that allegedly tried to attack the offices of the city's Deputy Commissioner, to which the police had responded by opening fire. The abuse was uncovered in 2015 and a number of suspects arrested. "For the last two years, we are living in fear, parents are scared to send their kids outside", Zainab's father, Muhammad Amin Ansari, told reporters this week.
  • Turan moves to Istanbul Basaksehir FK on loan

    Turan moves to Istanbul Basaksehir FK on loan

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    Turan wore the No.7 for two seasons at Barcelona but has moved to Turkey, with Barcelona reserving the right to sell him in any of the transfer windows during his loan spell. During his 18 months under Enrique there were highs, including two hat tricks last season, but he was mainly used as a substitute. Turan fell further down the pecking order at Barcelona with the arrival of £145m Brazilian Coutinho and the Turk will be targeting a return to form in his homeland.
  • Jackie Robinson YMCA hosts 33rd Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast

    Jackie Robinson YMCA hosts 33rd Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast

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    King's legacy. In the middle of MacArthur High School main hallway is where you will find the riveting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr . display. April Ryan of American Urban Radio Network asked. "I don't think that President Trump is a racist in the traditional sense as we know in this country". "Being in the Army, it's so diverse, you can see people from all walks of life - you have people who grew up poor, you have people who grew up well-off but they still had the desire to serve, and ...
  • GOP lawmakers 'do not recall' Trump's 'shithole' slur

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    While the president denies the wording of the comments, lawmakers who were inside the meeting insist he said them. Independent president candidate and BYU graduate Evan McMullin harshly criticized Trump on Twitter . Espaillat says Trump's alleged remarks are in line with his previous behavior. With Friday being the eight year anniversary of the catastrophic quake in Haiti , Jacques says it brings the conversation full circle - knowing many link those images of destruction and ...
  • NRI held for molesting USA woman at Taj hotel

    NRI held for molesting USA woman at Taj hotel

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    Speaking to news agency IANS, Additional Commissioner of Police BK Singh said,"Kharbanda, a California-based Non-Resident Indian (NRI), met the victim in the lounge and introduced himself to her". A senior police officer said the incident occurred around 10 p.m. "Kharbanda had drinks with the woman in his room". A case of molestation was registered, after which Kharbanda was arrested.
  • Trumps says world laughing at 'stupidity' of Russian Federation collusion probe

    Trumps says world laughing at 'stupidity' of Russian Federation collusion probe

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    Trump also dodged a question on whether or not he would agree to be interviewed as part of the Special Counsel investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the elections a year ago. "Putin (Russian President Vladimir Putin) can't love that", he added. "Must have tough Primary!" Her staff helped conduct the interview with Simpson, who had also asked for the interview to be released.
  • Oprah Winfrey for president in 2020?: Talk It Out

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    Oprah Winfrey drew a lot of praise and inspiration from numerous people after a lengthy speech during the Golden Globes event this year. "I'm not going to focus on anyone's campaign other than President Trump's re-election", she said at the daily briefing.
  • Hillary Clinton Calls Donald Trump "Ignorant, Racist" Over His Sh*tty Behavior

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    But Sen. Dick Durbin also said that South Carolina Sen. She said the president's remark was "obviously disheartening" but presented an opportunity "to rise above it and say, 'I'm going to be an example of kindness, of compassion'". "It was a heartbreaking moment", Durbin said. "He should act accordingly and conduct himself in a more diplomatic manner", said Haitian immigrant Nicolle Saitlious.
  • International Olympic Committee to decide on N.Korea in 2018 Winter Games

    International Olympic Committee to decide on N.Korea in 2018 Winter Games

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    North Korea offered to hold a working-level meeting with South Korea next week to discuss details of its plan to send an art troupe to the South during next month's PyeongChang Winter Olympics , the unification ministry said Saturday. Roh said he would seek International Olympic Committee support for the ice hockey proposal and hoped other countries taking part in the competition would give a unified Korean team their blessing.
  • Chopper with eight on board goes missing off Mumbai coast

    Chopper with eight on board goes missing off Mumbai coast

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    The helicopter lost contact with Air Traffic Control ( ATC ) at 10:35 AM. Three bodies have been recovered, Coast Guard said. Search operations for the chopper are underway. It was scheduled to land at ONGC's North Field oil rig at 10.58 am, but did not, The Indian Express reported. Meanwhile, a rescue operation to trace the remaining people is underway.
  • Judges Strike Down North Carolina Congressional Map Over Gerrymandering

    Judges Strike Down North Carolina Congressional Map Over Gerrymandering

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    This ruling puts uncertainty on the state's 2018 election for U.S. Senate seats. A divided federal court later found that Republicans, using high-speed computer technology along with new voter data, were able to draw new district lines to solidify their control of the Legislature for at least the rest of the decade, if not longer.
  • Orange County commissioner condemns Trump's Haiti remarks

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    The Trump administration has announced its intention to end temporary protections for Salvadorans and Haitians who have lived in the USA since natural disasters in their countries more than a decade ago, as well as President Obama's deportation relief for people brought to the US illegally as children.