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  • What If Roy Moore Was Black? Asks Doug Jones's 'Racist' AdNewsweek

    What If Roy Moore Was Black? Asks Doug Jones's 'Racist' AdNewsweek

    Trump said, as he made the case for Moore in a next-door state. Several women have accused Moore of sexual misconduct, and pursuing them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s . The rest of Trump's speech at the rally was a standard assortment of boasts and attacks. "We can not afford, the future of this country can not afford to lose the seat", Mr Trump said, referring to his party's razor-thin 52-48 advantage in that chamber of Congress.

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  • Hamas vows retaliation to Israeli attacks amid tension

    Hamas vows retaliation to Israeli attacks amid tension

    Israeli police on Saturday said that one of two rockets fired from the Gaza strip on Friday was found in the courtyard of a vacant kindergarten in southern Israel . Members of the Hamas terror group's military wing carry the body of their comrade Mohamed al-Safadi, who was killed the previous day in an Israeli air strike after rockets was sacked from Gaza into Israel, during his funeral in Gaza City on December 9, 2017.

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  • IMF's Lagarde tells Ukraine president to speed up reforms

    IMF's Lagarde tells Ukraine president to speed up reforms

    The president, his former patron, rescinded his Ukrainian citizenship in July while he was out of the country. The search of Saakashvili's home was conducted two days after his Movement of New Forces party organized a rally in Kyiv calling for Poroshenko's impeachment and for legislation that would allow it to take place.

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  • Pyongyang does not want escalation of tensions on Korean peninsula, senator says

    Pyongyang does not want escalation of tensions on Korean peninsula, senator says

    It's not immediately known what the two discussed but Korean Peninsula issues, including the North's nuclear and missile programs, are expected to have been on the agenda. Feltman's trip is being closely watched to see whether it will influence North Korea to curb its incendiary behavior and draw the United Nations into a role as mediator in the increasingly tense situation, especially between Pyongyang and Washington.

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  • Second snow warning issued for Cumbria as Atlantic storm moves in

    Second snow warning issued for Cumbria as Atlantic storm moves in

    Super-sized waves with a 33ft swell - bigger than a double decker bus - have formed off the coast of Scotland as Storm Caroline gathers strength in the Atlantic. 'At the moment we have a yellow weather warning in place, but it could be upgraded to amber'. There may also be short-term power outages. If the satellite imagery is anything to go by, then the United Kingdom will get shafted pretty hard by the storm too, with the Met Office issuing warnings of their own.

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  • After Rocket Strikes On Territory, Israel Retaliates With Attacks On Gaza Posts

    After Rocket Strikes On Territory, Israel Retaliates With Attacks On Gaza Posts

    The security situation in Israel and the Palestinian territories is febrile following US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, which Palestinians see as a political and religious red line. A lengthy list of US allies, regional powers and Palestinian politicians warned Trump against recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital in the lead-up to his announcement on Wednesday, saying that it would inflame tensions and provoke violence.

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  • Lionel Messi admits Newell's Old Boys doubts

    Lionel Messi admits Newell's Old Boys doubts

    Next year's tournament may be the last chance for the 30-year-old Messi to win a major trophy with Argentina and the Barcelona forward says they need to make changes in order to overcome more fancied countries. " People want results and, if they don't get results, they want new faces ". As well as losing to Germany in the 2014 World Cup final, Argentina were also defeated by Chile in successive Copa America finals in 2015 and 2016.

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  • Arkansas coach Chad Morris reportedly bringing several assistants from SMU

    Arkansas coach Chad Morris reportedly bringing several assistants from SMU

    Bielema had been the head coach for the Badgers since 2006. He then spent four years as the offensive coordinator at Clemson , helping lay the foundation for the Tigers' national championship last season. With Malzahn out of the picture, Thamel reported Monday that Yurachek would target Morris and Memphis' Mike Norvell, both of whom Yurachek observed during his time in the AAC.

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  • DPRK accuses Trump of 'begging for nuclear war'

    DPRK accuses Trump of 'begging for nuclear war'

    China is North Korea's only significant ally, but it has grown increasingly frustrated over the North's nuclear and missile tests that have brought a threat of war and chaos to China's northeastern border. The commentary was published a day after Pyongyang's foreign ministry accused the Trump administration of "begging for nuclear war" by staging what it called the reckless air drills.

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  • Undocumented immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle death

    Undocumented immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle death

    Kate Steinle (right) was shot and killed on July 1, 2015, near San Francisco's Pier 14. The defense had argued that the incident was a tragic accident, and that the gun Garcia Zarate, 45, was holding discharged accidentally and the bullet ricocheted for 78 feet before hitting Steinle.

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  • Mike Pompeo might bring assets to 'hellish' secretary of state role

    Mike Pompeo might bring assets to 'hellish' secretary of state role

    Tillerson is the former Exxon Mobil CEO who has had tensions with Trump in several foreign policy areas, as well as overwhelmingly negative publicity over plans to reorganize the State Department. This combination of pictures created on November 30, 2017 shows US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (left) and CIA Director Mike Pompeo in Washington , DC.

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  • Magnitude-4.4 quake hits Delaware

    Magnitude-4.4 quake hits Delaware

    Martin Pagliughi, coordinator of the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management, said he felt the tremors. People from Baltimore, Boston, New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia felt it. "I felt the whole house nearly like waving", he said. "Usually the largest aftershocks we see in a series is about 1 magnitude smaller than the main quake".

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  • White House is said to weigh personal mobile phone ban for staff

    White House is said to weigh personal mobile phone ban for staff

    The proposed ban is instead driven by cybersecurity concerns, the officials said. According to one official, too many personal phones, which aren't as secure as government devices, are connected to the wireless network in-house. Personal devices could become compromised outside of the White House, however, and then potentially exploited once they return to the premises. White House staffers could be relegating to using government-issued cellphones with limited capabilities while on the job, ...

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