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This has opened to the door to a move to Arsenal , and return to the Premier League , with Arsene Wenger's future still up in the air. Ahead of this game, Pochettino told the club's official website: "It will be an fantastic game and we are so excited because we know what it means to play the derby".
  • Pence Says North Korea Must Give Up Nukes before Talks

    Pence Says North Korea Must Give Up Nukes before Talks

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    Minutes into the ceremony, as children skipped through a mythical landscape, Moon greeted Kim Yo Jong and North Korea's 90-year-old ceremonial head of state Kim Yong Nam, the head of the North's Olympic delegation. Pence has kept open the possibility for some contact with the North Koreans in South Korea , while reiterating Washington's insistence that denuclearisation by North Korea is a necessary condition for peace .
  • Officer, suspect killed; 2 deputies wounded south of Atlanta

    Officer, suspect killed; 2 deputies wounded south of Atlanta

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    The sheriff said an altercation then broke out. The Locust Grove officer died of his injuries shortly after. McBrayer said one deputy was in serious condition, and had been hit below the bullet-proof vest. Both sheriff's deputies were wearing bulletproof vests. The second deputy was listed in fair condition. Cedartown, Ga. Officer Kristin Hearne was shot and killed on September 29, 2017.
  • Evidence of Rohingya massacre in Myanmar

    Evidence of Rohingya massacre in Myanmar

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    A similar legislation needs to be approved by the House of Representatives before it can be signed into law by the US President. Some human rights groups have managed to document the horrific abuses suffered by the Rohingya, and satellite images have shown hundreds of Rohingya villages being burned to the ground - incidents which casts doubt on a repatriation agreement signed by Myanmar and Bangladesh.
  • Events you can't miss in 2018 Winter Olympics

    Events you can't miss in 2018 Winter Olympics

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    At the last moment, though, they handed off the flame to former Olympic champion figure skater Yuna Kim, arguably South Korea's most famous person. "It's not like an official unified flag has always existed, or the athletes have been preparing for the Olympics together from the start", he said. There was a political overtone to proceedings as, in an unexpected show of unity, the sister of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un , shook hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
  • CDC updates flu stats: at least 63 children have died

    CDC updates flu stats: at least 63 children have died

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    The CDC does not require national reporting of flu deaths in adults. "I wish there was better news this week, but nearly everything we're looking at is bad news", Schuchat said at a news conference. "It's hard to predict, and we don't know", Schuchat said. Doctors are reporting that some patients have been infected with H3N2, the primary A strain of the flu, along with a B strain.
  • Trump signs deal to end brief government shutdown

    Trump signs deal to end brief government shutdown

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    Trump said that without more Republicans in the Senate, his administration had to increase spending on things it did not like or wanted to "take care of the military". They often require bipartisan support in the House as well. "I can't, in all good honesty, in all good faith, just look the other way", Paul said in a fiery and lengthy floor speech that consumed dwindling time that Congress had to act to avert a halt of nonessential federal operations.
  • US vows new North Korea sanctions ahead of Olympics face-off

    US vows new North Korea sanctions ahead of Olympics face-off

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    Speaking to USA and Japanese troops at the Yokota Air Base outside Tokyo , Pence vowed to continue the "maximum pressure campaign" on North Korea in a bid to force Pyongyang to give up its nuclear missile programme. The spokesman also said Iran has pointed out that the issue will strongly affect the trade relations between the Islamic Republic and Samsung Electronics if the South Korean company doesn't offer apology for this "unwise" move.
  • One dead, 62 wounded in mosque attack in Libya's Benghazi

    One dead, 62 wounded in mosque attack in Libya's Benghazi

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    One person has been killed, according to local reports . The Mediterranean port town is Libya's second largest city. A previous hospital bulletin spoke of 62 wounded. Video showed Mahmoud Al-Werfalli - who was already wanted by the International Criminal Court over 33 suspected extra-judicial killings - apparently shooting dead the detainees at the scene of the blasts.
  • Kelly urged Porter to stay despite abuse pics

    Kelly urged Porter to stay despite abuse pics

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    But White House officials said Kelly pushed Porter to stay in the job even after the release of the photos. Trump didn't answer a question about whether he still supports Kelly, McGahn or Communications Director Hope Hicks, who has been in a romantic relationship with Porter.
  • Stocks are now in a correction - here's what that means

    Stocks are now in a correction - here's what that means

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    At 9:32 a.m. ET (1432 GMT), the Dow was up 346.11 points, or 1.45 percent, at 24,206.57. The S&P 500 index declined by 1.9% to 2,631, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was off 2% on the session at 6,908. "There are going to be people that are going to be selling into any kind of strength and then you are going to have some value-conscious investors taking advantage of these multiple 100-point drops", said Alan Lancz , president of Alan B.
  • Lebanon signs deal with 3 worldwide oil companies

    Lebanon signs deal with 3 worldwide oil companies

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    Israel has in recent days escalated its threats against Lebanon over planned offshore gas exploration in block 9. Block nine is the disputed block with Israel. Tel Aviv, which also claims sovereignty over Block 9, has been critical of the move. Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman described as "very provocative" Lebanon's exploration tender and suggested that Lebanon had put out invitations for bids from worldwide groups for a gas field "which is by all accounts ours".