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Devin Nunes' (R-CA) memo, which reportedly alleges that Federal Bureau of Investigation officials abused the FISA process when seeking a warrant to surveil Trump campaign adviser Carter Page . White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said on CNN's "New Day" Monday that releasing the memo could "send a message of accountability" in the US intelligence community.
  • 18 hurt in Shanghai van crash; police say accident, not terror attack

    18 hurt in Shanghai van crash; police say accident, not terror attack

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    The incident, apparently an accident, happened at a busy intersection by a Starbucks Corp. cafe near People's Park around 9 a.m. local time, according to reports. The man said firefighters removed liquefied gas canisters from the vehicle. China's newspaper the People's Daily , China reported the incident was not a terrorist attack and was caused by a driver, who was smoking and lost control of the vehicle.
  • Gazans decry Hamas leader's inclusion on United States terror list

    Gazans decry Hamas leader's inclusion on United States terror list

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    Hours earlier, an IDF spokesperson said that a rocket was sacked at southern Israel from the Gaza Strip on Thursday night. No information was reported on casualties. Trump's controversial announcement only worsened the likelihood of a reconciliation happening, and damaged the already fragile peace process. The Ministry of Health said in a statement that 13 Palestinians were admitted to the ministry's hospitals in the West Bank on Friday, following clashes with Israeli forces in many ...
  • Iranian Police Arrest 29 Women for Participation in Anti-Hijab Protests

    Iranian Police Arrest 29 Women for Participation in Anti-Hijab Protests

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    Twenty-nine women have been arrested in Iran for staging anti-hijab demonstrations inspired by the "girl of Enghelab street" who went viral after she was filmed waving her hijab on a stick in Tehran. "These people are not fighting against a piece of cloth, they are fighting against the ideology behind compulsory hijab", said Ms Alinejad, who called the movement the "true face of feminism".
  • South Africa's Zuma asks prosecutors to drop graft charges

    South Africa's Zuma asks prosecutors to drop graft charges

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    His deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa, was chosen as the new party leader in December and appears poised to replace Mr Zuma, who has been linked to a series of corruption scandals over the years. Zuma is also said to have refused guidance from his top advisers to step down, reportedly stating that he still plans to resign before the 2019 elections, but that he needed more time to prepare for a smooth handover.
  • Duval verdict: Not guilty

    Duval verdict: Not guilty

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    Alexandria Duval (also known as Allison Dadow) was involved in a deadly crash that claimed the life of her twin sister Anastasia Duval (also known as Ann Dadow) in the remote Puʻuiki area of East Maui , in which a vehicle plunged 100-200 feet off a cliff from the Hāna Highway.
  • Oppostion Terms Budget 2018-19

    Oppostion Terms Budget 2018-19 "Defeatist, Rhetoric"

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    This Budget for 2018-19 has to be presented against a background of rising expectations. "The Finance Minister in his budget has again played a hoax with the farmers by announcing that MSP will be raised 1.5 times the input cost and has tried to play a bluff game with the farmers", Bharatiya Kisan Union-Mann (BKU-Mann) leader and former MP Bhupinder Singh Mann said in a statement here.
  • N. Korea Olympic skaters begin training in South; 1 injured

    N. Korea Olympic skaters begin training in South; 1 injured

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    Some South Koreans believe that President Moon Jae-in gave up too much to the North to have them participate in the Games. In a call with Japan's Shinzo Abe, the White House said both leaders agreed to "intensify the global maximum pressure campaign to denuclearize North Korea ".
  • Selena Gomez Completes Treatment Program for Depression and Anxiety

    Selena Gomez Completes Treatment Program for Depression and Anxiety

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    Even when I don't know how to do it well or actually want it, ' she concluded. She's still working on new music and is excited about it'. Singer/actress Selena Gomez is keeping her health first in the New Year. The 25-year-old "Wolves" singer is reportedly feeling stronger and more confident after entering and completing another rehabilitation program last month.
  • Dump Truck Driver Killed in Amtrak Crash

    Dump Truck Driver Killed in Amtrak Crash

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    The National Transportation Safety Board is launching a formal investigation to find out what happened. "Macia and I were on the train heading to the Republican House meeting in West Virginia that struck a truck, but we are both ok". "I'm sure when we get there, there will be a joint prayer", Rutherford said. One person in the garbage truck was killed. Jane Rogers , who lives about 2 miles (3 kilometers) from the crash site, said that when she arrived at the crossing Tuesday, the ...
  • UN, US slam Kenya after TV stations shuttered

    UN, US slam Kenya after TV stations shuttered

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    But a court process server was detained as he tried to deliver the summons at 8:00 a.m. Friday (12:00 a.m. ET), Omtatah claimed."Two men who claimed to be policeman apprehended him, turned off his phone and detained him for three hours", Omtatah said.
  • Trump Opts Against Making Immigration Demand of McConnell

    Trump Opts Against Making Immigration Demand of McConnell

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    President George W. Bush drew 6.1 million more viewers for his speech in 2002, and President Bill Clinton pulled in 200,000 more viewers for his first address in 1994. Trump's in the December of his first year in office. During a speech on Tuesday, the 71-year-old gave a passionate declaration of his support for "faith and family" to rapturous applause from the audience.
  • Director F. Gary Gray to Direct 'Men in Black' Spin Off

    Director F. Gary Gray to Direct 'Men in Black' Spin Off

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    The film will be produced by Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald with Steven Spielberg serving as executive producer. Though Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones won't be back, the return to MiB headquarters is sure to be a thrilling one, thanks to the promising frontrunner to direct the movie.
  • UN HR expert says Rohingya return premature

    UN HR expert says Rohingya return premature

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    Five mass graves have been unearthed in Myanmar's Rakhine state, where authorities have been accused of ordering soldiers to gang-rape Rohingya Muslims before burning them to death . A United Nations spokesman says a report by The Associated Press on mass graves in Myanmar is "extremely troubling", and he urged Myanmar to allow access to the state where the killings occurred.