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Her next stop is Sioux City. One thing is certain: Warren can deflect all she'd like with reporters for the moment, but President Trump will not let up ripping the senator for her much-criticized claim. "It's too early for me to say". However, he also said some Democrats question Warren's political instincts, such as touting a DNA test in October that showed she has some Native American ancestry.
  • Kim warns North Korea could consider change of tack

    Kim warns North Korea could consider change of tack

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    Kim met US President Donald Trump to discuss denuclearisation in June 2018 but with few results so far. North Korea, however, would have "no choice but to defend our country's sovereignty and supreme interest, and find a new way to settle peace on our peninsula", if the United States "misinterprets our people's patience, and makes one-sided demands and continues down the path of sanctions and pressure on our republic".
  • House Democrats Plan to Reopen Government

    House Democrats Plan to Reopen Government

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    General Kelly served in the Marines for 46 years before retiring, and then served as Trump's Department of Homeland Security Secretary and then-White House chief of staff. Kellyanne Conway, a close Trump advisor, said on " Fox News Sunday" that whether the border barrier was a "wall" or not was "a silly semantic argument", adding that the president had already compromised, since he had originally asked for $25 billion.
  • Russian Federation detains American in Moscow suspected of espionage

    Russian Federation detains American in Moscow suspected of espionage

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    The domestic security agency the detained individual as Paul Whelan. No other details were immediately available. The Russian Foreign Ministry said the U.S. Relations between the United States and Russia remain strained over a raft of issues including Russia's role in wars in Syria and eastern Ukraine, its alleged meddling in elections in the United States and elsewhere, and the poisoning of a Russian double agent in Britain.
  • Flights suspended at Hanover airport after car on runway

    Flights suspended at Hanover airport after car on runway

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    A quick test showed blood levels of cocaine and amphetamine. No one was hurt, Hannover police said. On Twitter the International Flight Network posted: 'Hannover Airport (HAJ) has now halted operations. Bomb disposal experts were sent in to examine the auto and no risky objects were found. This is commonplace following such an incident. The Hannover Airport has been put on a lockdown by Germany police after a man rammed through a gate in a vehicle and drove on the tarmac.
  • 4 dead, 79 missing after gas explosion at high rise in Russian Federation

    4 dead, 79 missing after gas explosion at high rise in Russian Federation

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    The Emergency Ministry later said that 35 people are still missing, and it wasn't clear if they were in the building when it collapsed. But officials added that up to 40 people could still be trapped under the rubble. The Soviet-era high-rise was built in 1973 and was home to around 1,100 people. Residents were evacuated to a nearby school. The head of the Tajik diaspora in Magnitogorsk , Abulmajid Sharipov, told RFERL that a Tajik family of five was living in an apartment in the ...
  • Elizabeth Warren takes major step toward running for president

    Elizabeth Warren takes major step toward running for president

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    Her campaign is beginning just about six years after she first won public office, when she became the first woman to ever be elected to the Senate from MA. Warren appears to target voters of varied cultural, geographic and economic backgrounds with an anti-corporate, pro-worker message in her initial campaign pitch.
  • Saudi 'not in crisis' over Khashoggi affair: new FM to AFP

    Saudi 'not in crisis' over Khashoggi affair: new FM to AFP

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    Jubeir was effectively demoted to minister of state for foreign affairs, the decree added without offering any explanation. Prince Abdullah bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz was appointed to head the powerful National Guard, while other princes were named as provincial rulers.
  • Sac Bee: Suspect in Newman Officer Killing Arrested in Bakersfield

    Sac Bee: Suspect in Newman Officer Killing Arrested in Bakersfield

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    Gustavo Perez Arriaga was arrested in Bakersfield in connection with Wednesday's shooting of Cpl. Seven other people, including Arriaga's girlfriend and brother, face charges of accessory after the fact, or aiding and abetting. The suspect was an illegal immigrant from Mexico who has claimed to be involved with a criminal gang called the Sureños, Christianson said. "He came to America with one objective, and that was to serve this country", Richardson said.
  • Koreas hold groundbreaking ceremony for railways, roads

    Koreas hold groundbreaking ceremony for railways, roads

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    PHOTO:South and North Korea's officials try to connect the railroad during the ceremony for a project to modernize and connect roads and railways over the border between the Koreas at Panmun Station, Dec. At the event, they were joined by Ri Son-gwon, chairman of the North's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country, and Vice Railway Minister Kim Yun-hyok, who led a delegation of some 100 North Koreans.
  • Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielson visits Texas border where second child died

    Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielson visits Texas border where second child died

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    The Department of Homeland Security, which said the boys were the first children to die in CBP custody in a decade, would step up medical checks of migrant children to try to prevent any more deaths. That could include support from the Coast Guard as well as possibly more aid from the Defense Department, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Health and Human Services, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Bomb attack kills 3 tourists, one Egyptian

    Bomb attack kills 3 tourists, one Egyptian

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    The ministry did not say whether the suspected militants were connected to Friday's attack, but said its forces killed 30 people during raids on their hideouts in Giza where it said "terrorist elements" were planning a series of attacks targeting state institutions and the tourism industry.
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Hospital Following Cancer Surgery

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Hospital Following Cancer Surgery

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    Get push notifications with news, features and more. "Post-surgery, there was no evidence of any remaining disease", the court added. Shortly after her surgery, Ginsburg cast a decisive vote in a 5-4 decision that blocked the Trump administration from prohibiting people from seeking asylum if they cross the border illegally.
  • What is Trump's strategy for Syria and the region?

    What is Trump's strategy for Syria and the region?

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    What is Trump's strategy for the region and what message is he trying to send? "The real names, faces, and identities, of personnel involved in special operations or activities, are usually a closely held secret in a combat zone", Malcolm Nance, a former U.S.
  • Around 30 Injured as Earthquake Hits Sicily

    Around 30 Injured as Earthquake Hits Sicily

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    Wednesday's quake was the strongest in the region since Monday, when Mount Etna spewed ash and forced the temporary closure of Sicilian airspace. Italy's national seismology institute said it registered a magnitude of 4.8 and occurred at a relatively shallow depth, six-tenths-of-a-mile under the mountain's surface.
  • Reason Behind US Syria Withdrawal 'Gambit' is Yet to Be Found - Moscow

    Reason Behind US Syria Withdrawal 'Gambit' is Yet to Be Found - Moscow

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    The article did not address the false reports in several other media organizations that Trump had no visit planned. I'm sure we'll be hearing about it if he said anything to question the existence of Santa Claus during his visit. "I was fully prepared to turn this baby around and come home", he said. Pavlich added that Trump's visit will boost the confidence of local forces in Iraq.
  • Fijian born police officer dies from gunshots in the US

    Fijian born police officer dies from gunshots in the US

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    The 33-year-old officer was rushed to a hospital and died from gunshot wounds. Authorities say they have located the pickup truck that they believe the man who fatally shot a California police officer was driving. He was a native of Fiji, the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department noted. Jerry Brown's office. Before joining the Newman department, he served the Merced County Sheriff's Department.
  • Lava, ash spew from Italy's Mount Etna

    Lava, ash spew from Italy's Mount Etna

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    A blanket of volcanic ash also covered nearby villages, which ground planes to a halt at Catania airport temporarily. A video filmed 2,500m (8,200 ft) up the 3,350m volcano showed the fast spread of ash. Etna is one of three active volcanoes in Italy and has been particularly active since July. A chain of around 130 tremors have rocked the volcano since around 9am on Monday, Italy's National Institute for Geophysics and Volcanology said.
  • Trump to USA troops in Iraq

    Trump to USA troops in Iraq

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    Trump delivered a speech to around 100 uniformed service members at an air base west of Baghdad where he defended his decision to pull American troops out of Syria . "When I heard what you had to go through". Trump also emphasised that his visit to the combat zone was to enable him to pay his respects to the "incredible troops" that the USA now has stationed in Iraq.
  • High-house-giant evacuated after cracking noises: residents may pick up things

    High-house-giant evacuated after cracking noises: residents may pick up things

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    This resident described feeling the Opal Tower building shake. Some residents said the doors to the building were jammed and police had to break them down with heavy equipment to help residents escape. They were not allowed back into their homes but were sent to an evacuation centre in central Sydney-the Royal Hall of Industries. Some residents have returned to the Sydney Olympic Park high rise that authorities feared was at risk of collapse but it will be a grim Christmas for others ...
  • Mostly sunny to partly cloudy Christmas Eve

    Mostly sunny to partly cloudy Christmas Eve

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    Travel will be very hard along Interstates 70 and 76 into Kansas and Nebraska, as 4-8 inches of snow, 0.1 inch of ice and 40 mph-plus wind gusts will be possible. "It's definitely a concern for travel", Wheeler said. "Basically we've lost most of the snow we've had", said Scott. "There's patches, but it's pretty much gone".
  • Trump asks 7-year-old if he still believes in Santa

    Trump asks 7-year-old if he still believes in Santa

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    Throughout the year, the USA and Canadian organisation NORAD, monitors aerospace in event of nuclear attack, but on Christmas Eve they turn their attention to monitoring the skies for Santa's sleigh. The call came around 6:30 p.m.as the President and first lady Melania Trump spoke on separate phones to children whose calls to NORAD had been patched through to the White House lines.
  • YPG battle looms after United States pullout announcement

    YPG battle looms after United States pullout announcement

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    According to AA sources, 40 pickup trucks, two tanks, several lorries and armored personnel carriers entered Manbij from the south. The spokesperson for the Kurdish-led Manbij Military Council, Sharfan Darwish, said Turkish reinforcements have arrived in the area.
  • Canada mounting global effort to free Canadians detained in China

    Canada mounting global effort to free Canadians detained in China

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    Canada apprehended the Huawei chief financial officer on December 1, when she was changing planes at Vancouver International Airport, in response to a request from the United States under an extradition treaty. Freeland repeated a call for the "immediate" release of the two men who had been "detained arbitrarily". Chinese officials took former diplomat Mr.
  • Justice Department levies charges against 2 Chinese hackers

    Justice Department levies charges against 2 Chinese hackers

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    The victims of the United States included several government agencies - Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Centre, the United States navy, and the department of energy's Lawrence Berkeley national laboratory, from where more than of 100,000 personnel details were hatched and stolen.