• First Lady Melania Trump unveils White House Christmas decorations

    First Lady Melania Trump unveils White House Christmas decorations

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    Louis, Chicago, San Francisco and New York City, where Melania and President Donald Trump resided before taking office. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps (http: //twitter .com/LeighTVReporter) has more. Granted, it's hard to make the White House look festive and cozy when the administration dropped tear gas on migrant children less than a day ago.
  • Turkish police search villas for Jamal Khashoggi's remains

    Turkish police search villas for Jamal Khashoggi's remains

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    The businessman was not in Turkey when Khashoggi was killed and has not visited the country since, the news agency said. Anadolu said the Saudi who owned the villa in question is a businessman who was not in Turkey during multiple phone calls with the suspects.
  • Historic ‘meaningful vote’ on Brexit deal to take place on December 11

    Historic ‘meaningful vote’ on Brexit deal to take place on December 11

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    And EU leaders warned that Britain could not hope to get a better offer. "The UK" s leading think-thank, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) said in its latest report, the UK economic growth is likely to be trimmed by 3.9% by 2030 should the Britain strike a free trade deal with the European Union to replace its current membership.
  • Manafort lied after pleading guilty, Mueller's team says

    Manafort lied after pleading guilty, Mueller's team says

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    As prosecutors accused Manafort of lying, George Papadopoulos - the former Trump campaign aide whose Russian Federation contacts set off the collusion investigation - entered a minimum security unit to start serving out his two-week jail sentence at the Oxford, Wisconsin federal prison.
  • At Least 31 Dead in a Ugandan Boat Accident

    At Least 31 Dead in a Ugandan Boat Accident

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    Mr Mugenyi said overloading and bad weather were likely to blame. People tried to jump onto the boats but they were too many and those sunk. Inebriated partygoers suddenly found themselves flailing in the water, facing a life-or-death scenario.
  • Fresh Russia - Ukraine Tensions: Boats Fired Upon, Kerch Strait Blockaded

    Fresh Russia - Ukraine Tensions: Boats Fired Upon, Kerch Strait Blockaded

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    The ships - a tugboat and two gunboats - were blocked from entering the Sea of Azov after a tanker was positioned beneath the Crimean Bridge, which marks a point between the sea and the Kerch Strait. Both sides have recently increased their military presence in the Azov region, with Kyiv accusing Moscow of harassing ships heading for Ukrainian ports such as Mariupol.
  • Taiwan awaits results of key election test and gay marriage vote

    Taiwan awaits results of key election test and gay marriage vote

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    Winning at least 15 seats, the KMT regained its footing after being badly defeated in the 2014 local elections , when it was left with only six seats, and its loss of the presidency in 2016. Beijing has sought to punish Tsai and the DPP by ramping up military drills, poaching allies and successfully persuading global businesses, including airlines, to list the island as part of China on their websites.
  • Mexico Denies Deal with U.S. to Keep Asylum Seekers South of Border

    Mexico Denies Deal with U.S. to Keep Asylum Seekers South of Border

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    The conflicting statements emerged after the Washington Post reported Mexican officials had agreed to let migrants trying to enter the U.S. stay in Mexico while their asylum claims were heard. The Washington Post reported that the USA and Mexico's new government have inked a deal. Stephanie Leutert, director of the Mexico Security Initiative at the University of Texas at Austin, told AP the Remain in Mexico plan is part of a strategy to take away the ability of migrants to live and ...
  • Bombers killed in Pakistan before they entered Chinese consulate

    Bombers killed in Pakistan before they entered Chinese consulate

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    Pakistani army soldiers patrol at the Chinese consulate after an attack in Karachi on 23 November 2018. CNN does not have independent confirmation of the group's involvement. Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced all 21 Chinese staff had been confirmed safe and moved to a safer location. Those who want to prevent peace in this country were brilliantly stalled by the young security officers of this country.
  • Sidhu thanks PM Imran over Kartarpur corridor initiative

    Sidhu thanks PM Imran over Kartarpur corridor initiative

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    On Thursday, India and Pakistan announced that they will build a corridor on their respective side which will allow the Sikh pilgrims to visit the iconic Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur on the banks of the river Ravi. The late Prime Minister had taken up the issue with his counterpart in Pakistan then but there had been no response from across the border so far, he said.
  • Keeping Tabs: The DHS Has Paid Informants Embedded In Illegal Alien Caravan

    Keeping Tabs: The DHS Has Paid Informants Embedded In Illegal Alien Caravan

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    Adding to the increasing certainty of the group's situation, the U.S. Border Patrol temporarily closed all northbound lanes at the busy San Ysidro Port of Entry early Monday morning as the U.S. On the Tijuana side, dozens of onlookers gathered with cellphones to take pictures of her arrival through the fence. "Some of them are a bunch of bums , smoking marijuana in the street, and attacking our families in Playas de Tijuana", the mayor said last week , on Mexican television.
  • Child injured in gunfire exchange at Alabama shopping mall

    Child injured in gunfire exchange at Alabama shopping mall

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    Gregg Rector said . Rector said a 12-year-old girl was also shot in the exchange. "The unidentified person was fleeing the scene when one of the police officers encountered him and shot and killed him", Rector said. Hoover is about 10 miles from Birmingham. Two separate rings of gunshots could be heard inside the mall by witnesses, who described the scene as chaotic with customers screaming and mall staff working to lock down the center, which the Hoover Police Department said is now ...