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CNN filed suit in U.S. District Court in Washington. " CNN , who has almost 50 additional hard pass holders, and Mr. Acosta is no more or less special than any other media outlet or reporter with respect to the First Amendment". During his presidential campaign, Trump told CNN that, if elected, he would not kick reporters out of the White House. Last week, the White House suspended Acosta's press pass, after the reporter asked the president about his language surrounding the migrant ...
  • Macron, Trump in show of unity after row over Europe’s defence

    Macron, Trump in show of unity after row over Europe’s defence

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    On Sunday, hundreds of Parisians massed in the city's Place de la Republique to demonstrate against Trump, who braved the rain elsewhere that morning to recognize the 100th anniversary of the armistice at the Arc de Triomphe. Putin shook Mr. Trump's hand, flashed him a thumbs-up sign and patted Mr. Trump's arm as he arrived, and Mr. Trump offered a wide smile. The German chancellor will be first to speak Sunday afternoon at a Forum for Peace which Macron hopes will help foster ...
  • Neil Young Slams Trump After Losing Home To California Wildfire

    Neil Young Slams Trump After Losing Home To California Wildfire

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    The fire began Thursday and raced toward Malibu and the Pacific Ocean, prompting evacuations in Malibu and nearby areas including Calabasas and Agoura Hills. Three firefighters have been injured in the effort to quell the blaze's advance. "This is not the new normal, this is the new abnormal ", Gov. "Managing all the forests everywhere we can does not stop climate change , and those who deny that definitely are contributing to the tragedies that we are witnessing and will continue to ...
  • 20 killed by car bombs in Somali capital

    20 killed by car bombs in Somali capital

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    Then, about 20 minutes later, a third explosion hit the busy street, witnesses said. Security forces shot dead four gunmen who tried to storm through a hole in the hotel's wall but did not succeed in entering. "I saw nine dead bodies along the road and they were civilians, some of them riding on rickshaws when the blasts occurred". Several passing minibuses and rickshaws were destroyed and their passengers killed or wounded.
  • California wildfires: 5 people found dead in cars trying to flee

    California wildfires: 5 people found dead in cars trying to flee

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    The fast-moving Camp Fire has been fanned by strong winds to scorch 70,000 acres (28,300 hectares) and has not been contained, the California Fire Department (Cal Fire) said . Bonnie Flores said she was "just numb. We have nothing now". Acting California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in the area and requested a federal emergency declaration, saying that high winds and dry brush presented ongoing danger.
  • Kagame in France for Armistice Commemoration Events

    Kagame in France for Armistice Commemoration Events

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    U.K. Defense Minister Tobias Ellwood was among those to rebuke Trump, saying that rain "did not prevent our courageous heroes from doing their job ". Following the Arc de Triomphe ceremony, Trump is expected to deliver remarks from Suresnes, an American cemetery just outside Paris . "History sometimes threatens to repeat its tragic patterns, and undermine the legacy of peace we thought we had sealed with the blood of our ancestors".
  • Fears for Russian Federation probe as Trump fires Jeff Sessions

    Fears for Russian Federation probe as Trump fires Jeff Sessions

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    In ordinary times, a president's decision to replace his attorney general halfway through his term wouldn't set off alarm bells about possible obstruction of justice. "Matt Whitaker has a great reputation and that's what I wanted". On Friday as he left for Paris, the president dismissed the argument that Whitaker's past comments might disqualify him from overseeing the special counsel.
  • Auto on fire after crashing into Melbourne's Bourke St Mall

    Auto on fire after crashing into Melbourne's Bourke St Mall

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    Superintendent David Clayton confirmed the suspect had stabbed three other people before attacking police. "There is no known link to terrorism at this stage", Clayton added. The horrifying scene was over in a matter of minutes after police shot the attacker, who died after being rushed to the hospital under police guard.
  • Despite Losing House, Trump Declares 'Big Victory'

    Despite Losing House, Trump Declares 'Big Victory'

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    Bill Nelson is calling for a recount in his race against the state's outgoing Republican governor, Rick Scott. Japan's Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura told reporters Wednesday that Japan-U.S. Turnout levels were significantly higher across several demographic groups, and up in states with competitive Senate contests - Arizona, Texas and Nevada.
  • Macron Delivers Rebuke to Nationalism as Trump Looks On

    Macron Delivers Rebuke to Nationalism as Trump Looks On

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    But Mr. Trump, a leader who has proudly declared himself a "nationalist" and advocated an "America First" approach, stood out at a memorial ceremony that focused on global cooperation. Later on in Washington in the United States, the main Veterans Day memorial will take place at Arlington National Cemetery. But, despite the USA president branded "very insulting" his French counterpart's proposal, Mr Macron doubled down on it, arguing European allies should buy European-made materials for ...
  • Crews battle California blazes, including state's most destructive

    Crews battle California blazes, including state's most destructive

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    But an expected narrow window of calm is giving firefighters hope of slowing the flames that have marched a path of destruction toward the sea, burning everything from mobile homes to mansions. The "Woolsey Fire" had consumed around 35,000 acres and was so far not contained, the Ventura County Fire Department said, adding that evacuation orders were issued for some 88,000 homes in the county and neighboring Los Angeles County.
  • Netanyahu defends Qatari cash infusion to Gaza

    Netanyahu defends Qatari cash infusion to Gaza

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    Ten launches from Gaza towards Israel were identified and two were intercepted by Israeli missile defences, the army said. Several rockets were subsequently fired from the Gaza Strip at Israeli settlements in the border area. The unexpected spasm of violence came days after both Israel and Hamas had begun taking steps to ratchet down months of border fighting, that has seen thousands of protesters descend on the perimeter fence between Gaza and Israel, with many throwing stones, burning ...
  • Trump Played Integral Part in Hush Payments to Stormy Daniels & Karen McDougal

    Trump Played Integral Part in Hush Payments to Stormy Daniels & Karen McDougal

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    Cohen , who implicated the president in his crimes when he pleaded guilty in August, has met with investigators for Mueller and with federal prosecutors in NY, seeking to provide information that could mitigate his punishment. Trump, his advisers, and the White House have repeated the denials since. NBC News reported in August that Trump was directly involved in the payments after Michael Cohen , his former lawyer and fixer, pleaded guilty to eight counts of tax evasion, bank fraud and ...
  • Appeals court puts youth climate change lawsuit on hold

    Appeals court puts youth climate change lawsuit on hold

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    In their arguments to the Ninth Circuit, Attorney General Becerra's legal team emphasized the irreparable harm that DACA recipients, their communities and the states would suffer if the program were terminated. A spokesman for the Department of Justice insisted the administration had the authority to phase out DACA. In response, many lawsuits were filed across the US including one in California.
  • Theresa May 'on verge of total surrender' to Brussels

    Theresa May 'on verge of total surrender' to Brussels

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    Ms Leadsom told BBC Radio 5: "I am working towards getting a deal that does not require the United Kingdom to be stuck, trapped in a customs arrangement". Jo Johnson's resignation, and his call for a fresh referendum to test voter sentiment, further complicates matters for May as she tries to strike a deal with European Union leaders that would pass muster with her own cabinet and win backing in Parliament.
  • At least six Palestinians killed in Israeli raid in Gaza

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    Palestinian sources said the senior militant killed was Sheikh Nur Barakeh, a commander of the Izzedine al-Qassam brigades, Hamas' military wing, in Khan Younis. Israel last week allowed Qatar to deliver $15 million to Hamas, while Hamas scaled back its weekly demonstration along the Israeli border. "And I can handle the price".
  • Australian police arrest woman for putting needles in strawberries

    Australian police arrest woman for putting needles in strawberries

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    The woman's arrest follows a complex investigation into the alleged contamination of strawberries in Queensland in September. Trinh's lawyer Michael Cridland made a bail application but withdrew it after magistrate Christine Roney advised it was "premature" because the motivation behind the alleged contamination was still unclear.
  • World leaders gather in Paris to mark 100th anniversary of WW1 Armistice

    World leaders gather in Paris to mark 100th anniversary of WW1 Armistice

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    Bells tolled across Europe's Western Front and fighter jets roared overhead at the exact moment the war that killed millions came to close 100 years ago, according to published reports. Mr. Trump's eagerness to get along with the Russian leader - in spite of Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and numerous other aggressive moves - has alarmed America's European allies, who view Russia as a growing threat.
  • Whitaker likely 'very interim' Attorney General: McConnell

    Whitaker likely 'very interim' Attorney General: McConnell

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    Trump's installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general of the United States after forcing the resignation of Jeff Sessions is unconstitutional. Either way, the more hits he takes in the media on all fronts, from his role with World Patent to his views on judicial review to the constitutional cloud hanging over his appointment, the more eager the White House will be to usher him offstage by nominating a permanent successor.
  • Lloydminster’s clock tower rings 100 times honoring 100 years since armistice

    Lloydminster’s clock tower rings 100 times honoring 100 years since armistice

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    Organizations and individuals wanting to participate will ring bells 11 times at 11 a.m. Sunday to remember those who served in the war and celebrate its ending. on November 11, in remembrance of those who served in WWI. "[World War I] was the "war to end all wars" with thousands of American men and women giving their lives in the name of freedom".
  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg out of hospital after fall

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg out of hospital after fall

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    The 85-year-old is the eldest justice on the highest court, and the injury has caused some to question how long she will hold her position. We can all breathe a sigh of relief now: Her nephew said last night that Ginsburg is already "up and working", according to Reuters .
  • California wildfires turn deadly as thousands evacuate homes

    California wildfires turn deadly as thousands evacuate homes

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    Authorities said Saturday that two people were found dead in the fire zone and at least 150 homes burned. The town of Paradise, population 27,000, was essentially destroyed by the fire that started on Thursday. "They plan for it very well", Rice said, singling out Cal Fire for being on top of the state's wildfires. The fire hopscotched around the Oak Park neighborhood of 70-year-old Bill Bengston, leaving most houses untouched.
  • Conjoined twins: Bhutanese girls separated in six-hour surgery

    Conjoined twins: Bhutanese girls separated in six-hour surgery

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    This photo provided by RCH Melbourne Creative Studio, shows surgery on the 15-month-old girls at the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne , Australia Friday, Nov. He said they would separate the liver, but there was one "unknown" -whether the girls shared a bowel. "The one benefit we all have is we are all born with a lot of bowel and you can afford to decrease that", the doctor said.
  • One dead, multiple injured in Melbourne stabbing

    One dead, multiple injured in Melbourne stabbing

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    One of the victims also died, while the two others were hospitalized. They had earlier said he was 31 years old. Three men were stabbed during the incident and one of them died at the scene while the other two, aged 26 and 58 respectively, were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, said police.
  • Palm Beach supervisor of elections skipped deadline, Scott's campaign says

    Palm Beach supervisor of elections skipped deadline, Scott's campaign says

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    They hope votes from these areas, once they are recounted , will allow Mr Nelson to leapfrog his Republican rival. "Dr. Snipes has never told them she would not provide the information". Scott holds a razor-thin lead over Nelson. Florida law requires a machine recount when the leading candidate's margin is 0.5 percentage points or less, and a hand recount if it's 0.25 or less.