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  • Russia's Lavrov says hard to solve peace treaty issue with Japan

    Russia's Lavrov says hard to solve peace treaty issue with Japan

    The issue was discussed between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida during their talks in Moscow on Saturday. Russian Federation prompted protests from Japan last month by deploying coastal missile systems to boost its military presence on the islands. In September, 1951, the Soviet Union refused to sign the Peace Treaty of San Francisco with Japan.

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  • Syrian rebels tell US they won't leave Aleppo

    Rebels in Aleppo have told the United States they will not leave their besieged enclave in the city after Moscow called for talks with Washington over their withdrawal, signalling they will fight on even as their top commander was wounded.

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  • Jeff Fisher signs contract extension as Rams coach

    Jeff Fisher signs contract extension as Rams coach

    Louis to Los Angeles. A team official on Sunday declined to discuss the specifics of the contract. This comes as a bit of a surprise considering all of the negativity that has surrounded the Rams coach - like franchise legend Eric Dickerson saying he'll boycott the team if Fisher remains coach.

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  • Russian president underscores economic growth in state of union address

    Russian president underscores economic growth in state of union address

    He added that the United States and Russian Federation have the responsibility of global security and the guarantee of non-proliferation of the nuclear weapons and that they must join forces to fight the real threat of terrorism. Mr. Putin said he wouldn't allow the U.S.to treat Moscow as a less-than-equal partner, a charge he has leveled at the Obama administration repeatedly throughout the Ukraine crisis and the Syria war.

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  • MAC Championship 2016: Western Michigan vs

    MAC Championship 2016: Western Michigan vs

    Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis (84) pulls away from OH safety Kylan Nelson during the first half of the Mid-American Conference championship NCAA college football game, Friday, Dec. Windham, a senior, came in at quarterback in place of redshirt freshman Quinton Maxwell , who fumbled and guided two three-and-out drives. The Broncos rank No.

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  • Man United, Southampton into English League Cup semifinals

    Man United, Southampton into English League Cup semifinals

    The Ecuador worldwide has been in impressive form for the Red Devils in recent weeks and was named man of the match in United's 1-1 draw with Arsenal at Old Trafford in the Premier League last weekend. Despite dominating the first half the hosts were level at the break, with former United youngster Ashley Fletcher equalising against the run of play, which left Mourinho's men in need of some words of encouragement.

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  • Trevor Noah Says Donald Trump Has the Mind Of A Toddler

    Trevor Noah Says Donald Trump Has the Mind Of A Toddler

    She infamously called Jay Z a "14-year drug dealer" after Beyonce's Black Panther performance at Super Bowl . During the conversation, Trevor Noah asked how black people should protest to get their point across, and while Lahren didn't give an answer on the show, she had one on Twitter while taking a shot at National Football League star Colin Kaepernick in the process.

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  • Syrian army closes in on Aleppo, kills at least 20

    Syrian army closes in on Aleppo, kills at least 20

    Numerous fleeing civilians headed to government and Kurdish-controlled areas while others were driven deeper into the remaining rebel-held zones. A barrage of artillery fire struck a housing area for displaced residents in opposition-held eastern Aleppo Wednesday, killing at least 51 civilians, activists said.

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  • Ivanka Trump celebrates: her son Theodore is 8 months old

    Ivanka Trump celebrates: her son Theodore is 8 months old

    The vigil and demonstration was organized by Halt Action Group , the band of artists behind the Instagram account Dear Ivanka that cropped up last week. As your father has said on countless occasions, you are the one who really has his ear. Steve Bannon has no place in the White House. The point of the protest, according to the group's website, was to ask Ivanka to denounce her father's actions and implore him to put a stop to the rampant "racism, anti-Semitism, misogyny and homophobia" ...

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  • County Clerks Prepare For Recount

    County Clerks Prepare For Recount

    While Michigan's recount was halted Thursday by a filing from President-elect Donald Trump's team, county clerks are still scrambling to be prepared if and when the recount process resumes. 48 will count by hand, including Calumet County. Shawano County clerk Pam Schmist spoke to WLUK. On Tuesday Stein's campaign paid the state Elections Commission $3.5 million, the estimated cost of the recount, to initiate it.

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  • Syrian government presses on in Aleppo, thousands displaced

    Syrian government presses on in Aleppo, thousands displaced

    State news agency SANA says government forces captured the Sakhour neighborhood early Monday in the latest blow to rebels in Syria's largest city. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the war in Syria through a network of local contacts, said tens more were wounded in Jub al-Quba.

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  • Ohio St attacker died of gunshots to head, chest

    Abdul Razak Ali Artan visited D.C. late last week and bought a knife at a Home Depot store there, law enforcement officials said. Investigators believe Artan may have lived for as long as seven years in Pakistan, said the federal official, who also declined to be named because of the investigation.

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  • Anti-Park protesters march in Seoul for 5th straight week

    Her critics accuse her of sharing classified information with an old friend and unofficial adviser, Choi Soon-sil, who has supposedly been meddling behind the scenes and masterminding government policy. There are 172 opposition and independent lawmakers who want Park removed, which means they need 28 of the 128 lawmakers from her conservative Saenuri Party to join them.

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  • Residents of Iraq's Mosul fight, jostle over food

    Residents of Iraq's Mosul fight, jostle over food

    He said the airstrikes destroyed two suicide auto bombs in Zohour before they reached their intended targets. Iraqi Air Force fighter jets also struck ISIL positions inside Mosul , leaving a number of the militants dead and their military equipment destroyed.

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  • Artillery Barrage Kills Many Displaced in Aleppo

    Syrian government forces dropped "more than 150 air strikes from war planes and helicopters and [fired] more than 1,200 artillery shells", the group wrote on its Facebook page. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan agreed in a telephone conversation on Wednesday on the need for a ceasefire and provision of aid to Aleppo, sources in Erdogan's office said.

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  • Colombia's Senate Approves FARC Peace Deal

    Additionally, the rebels must provide inventories of assets to be used to pay reparations. Uribe's approval numbers, meanwhile, are holding steady at over 50 percent. Santos is set to receive the award in a ceremony in Norway on December 10 . FARC, known officially as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, has been involved in drug trafficking, kidnapping and other illicit activity to fund its insurgency.

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  • Muslim woman wears hijab and burkini in Minnesota pageant

    Muslim woman wears hijab and burkini in Minnesota pageant

    That is, the 19-year-old was modestly dressed and fully covered compared to her dozens of competitors who wore bikinis and various gowns. Meredith Gould, a 22-year-old from Minneapolis , won the 2017 Miss Minnesota USA. Cloud College had a good chance to win the crown for "Miss Minnesota as she definitely catches the attention of everyone". Ms Adem was born in a Kenyan refugee camp and immigrated to the with her family when she was six.

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  • Lawyers Seek War Crimes Case Against Assad in Germany

    Lawyers Seek War Crimes Case Against Assad in Germany

    Syria's deputy foreign minister on Monday denounced accusations by "Western" countries that it has used chemical weapons in the conflict as "a campaign of lies". Attorney Mehmet Daimaguler said: "We're experiencing genocide in Aleppo in slow motion". With the capture of Sakhour, the rebels are now boxed in mostly in central and southeastern Aleppo, encircled by government troops.

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  • Death toll from Australia's thunderstorm asthma reaches 8

    The pollen irritates the bronchial tubes causing them to get inflamed and filled with mucus which made it hard for people to breathe. Some patients had never before had asthma attacks, he said . The storms - along with a large amount of rye grass pollen and mold in the air - may lead to risky conditions that can agitate the lungs' bronchial tubes, resulting in the passageways filling with mucus and inhibiting one's ability to breathe.

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