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Meanwhile, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) members will call for those responsible for atrocities in Myanmar's Rakhine state to be held "fully accountable", according to a provisional statement prepared for the 10-member grouping's regional summit being held in Singapore, Reuters reported.
  • Facebook agrees to co-regulation pilot project with French authorities

    Facebook agrees to co-regulation pilot project with French authorities

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    As bells marking the armistice hour started ringing out across Paris , Macron and other leaders were still on their way to the centennial site at the Arc de Triomphe. Putin , who was last to arrive at the ceremony, gave Trump a brief thumb's up as he greeted them. The pair are expected to meet during the G-20 summit later this month in Argentina, and the White House has invited Putin to visit Washington.
  • Mississippi senator won't comment on 'hanging' remark

    Mississippi senator won't comment on 'hanging' remark

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    Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Mississippi, says she would be "on the front row" at "a public hanging". "The president of the NAACP, Derrick Johnson characterized Hyde-Smith's comments as 'sick " and elaborated, "To envision this brutal and degenerate type of frame during a time when Black people, Jewish people and immigrants are still being targeted for violence by White nationalists and racists is hurtful and harmful".
  • California's Camp Fire burned hot enough to melt aluminum in cars

    California's Camp Fire burned hot enough to melt aluminum in cars

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    Imagine an unfit leader. Butler, the Scottish star and producer posted a photo of the remains of his Malibu home on Instagram on Sunday , thanking firefighters for their "courage". "Right now everybody's just watching to see what happens", he said. "And that's what hurts, those kinds of things hurt because you can't replace that".
  • Third body found in Woolsey Fire area

    Third body found in Woolsey Fire area

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    The news was likewise more upbeat on the southern end of California's wildfire front, where a blaze called the Woolsey Fire has killed two people, destroyed over 400 structures and displaced some 200,000 people in the mountains and foothills near the Malibu coast west of Los Angeles .
  • Trump calls for Florida Democrat to concede, implies fraud

    Trump calls for Florida Democrat to concede, implies fraud

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    Leon County Circuit Judge Karen Gievers ruled in favor of lifting the 3 p.m. Thursday deadline in Palm Beach County and giving county elections officials until November 27 to complete their recounts, in lawsuit filed by Democratic Florida House District 89 candidate Jim Bonfiglio, but the ruling was nullified as Detzner's notice was filed hours earlier.
  • White House Responds To CNN Acosta Lawsuit Ahead Of Planned Hearing

    White House Responds To CNN Acosta Lawsuit Ahead Of Planned Hearing

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    The cable news network announced on Wednesday that it plans to file an amicus brief in support of a CNN-launched lawsuit that had been announced Tuesday . And during Trump's weekend trip to Paris, the White House and the Secret Service continued to deny Acosta access to press events. Previously, the White House Correspondents' Association - which represents the press corps at the presidential residence - urged the administration to reverse "this weak and misguided action".
  • Trump hits out at Macron days after France visit

    Trump hits out at Macron days after France visit

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    On Sunday, Senator Lindsey Graham said Macron's comments about the dangers of nationalism have more to do with Macron trying to score political points at home, where President Trump's "America first" agenda is unpopular. That is more than twice the US tariffs of French wine, which are 5 cents per bottle on still wine and 14 cents for sparkling wine. "It is stunning that he associates the United States as being a security problem", Keane said.
  • 'Caravan' Full of LGBT Migrants Approaches US Border

    'Caravan' Full of LGBT Migrants Approaches US Border

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    According to reporters at the USA border, a group of LGBTQ persons from the migrant caravans has arrived in Tijuana, and moved on from the border town to the beach. Trump invoked the same national security powers he used to push his travel ban through and says he wants people to come to the US legally. Mr Trump signed a decree that effectively suspended the granting of asylum for those who cross the border illegally , a move that could drastically slow claims at gates of entry.
  • North and South Korea begin destroying border guard posts

    North and South Korea begin destroying border guard posts

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    North Korea is conning the United States, building up secret, smaller missile bases even after publicly touting the dismantling of its main launch site, according to a new review of satellite images by a top think tank. Markey, a Democrat of MA and a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, said in a statement released Monday after the publication of the CSIS report.
  • Nancy Pelosi Faces New Hurdle for House Speaker

    Nancy Pelosi Faces New Hurdle for House Speaker

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    Seth Moulton of MA and Filemon Vela of Texas, contended that their private conversations revealed that Pelosi would soon learn that she lacked backing within the full House to be elected speaker next year - despite her confidence that she would lock down the necessary support.
  • How can Iran sell its oil bypassing USA sanctions?

    How can Iran sell its oil bypassing USA sanctions?

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    These are second batch of sanctions that have been imposed by the present U.S. government after withdrawal from previous government's landmark accord. They cover 50 Iranian banks and subsidiaries and more than 200 persons and vessels in its shipping sector as well as targeting Tehran's national airline, Iran Air, and more than 65 of its aircraft.
  • Turkey 'patiently' waiting for Saudi insights into Khashoggi killing

    Turkey 'patiently' waiting for Saudi insights into Khashoggi killing

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    Jamal Khashoggi , a critic of de facto Saudi ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , was killed in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate on 2 October. Sidestepping a question on whether the recordings could change Ottawa's relationship with Riyadh and have consequences, Trudeau said he was continuing to talk with allies about the investigation and accountability for those behind the murder.
  • Amnesty strips Suu Kyi of highest honour over Rohingya atrocities

    Amnesty strips Suu Kyi of highest honour over Rohingya atrocities

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    Throughout, Aung San Suu Kyi has been internationally criticized for her silence. Dr Mahathir reiterated that Asean would like to resolve the problem by helping the Rohingya return to Myanmar , where they should be treated as citizens. It is the latest in a series of accolades to be withdrawn from Aung San Suu Kyi, including the US Holocaust Museum's Elie Weisel award and Freedom of the City awards , which were revoked by Edinburgh, Oxford, Glasgow and Newcastle.
  • North Korea hiding bases that could launch nuclear missiles at US

    North Korea hiding bases that could launch nuclear missiles at US

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    Seoul has worked hard to revive nuclear negotiations between the US and North Korea that have reduced fears of war in South Korea following a series of North Korean weapons tests and threats of military action by Trump a year ago. South Korea has attempted to play down the significance of the undeclared missile sites. But experts argue that the country hasn't made any commitment to dismantle such missile bases yet, so the fact that it would maintain them doesn't in itself represent a breakdown ...
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation data shows spike in USA hate crimes

    Federal Bureau of Investigation data shows spike in USA hate crimes

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    Swelling by 17 percent past year, hate crimes in the United States marked the largest increase in more than a decade, according to a new report by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). Since Congress enacted the Hate Crimes Statistics Act in 1990, the USA attorney general has collected data "about crimes that manifest evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, or ethnicity".
  • Iran remains within nuclear deal restrictions amid new United States sanctions — United Nations watchdog

    Iran remains within nuclear deal restrictions amid new United States sanctions — United Nations watchdog

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    Now "we're seeing the pendulum swing violently to the other side", he said . Bolton warned on Friday that more sanctions are possible. A senior diplomat with knowledge of the situation said that there is "nothing that indicates that. The latest U.S. sanctions on Iran, touted as the toughest yet, apply to businesses, banks and oil exporters but they include eight temporary waivers, including for China, India, Japan, South Korea, Italy and Turkey, who are among the biggest clients of ...
  • How the Trump Team Responded to Report Hillary May Be Running Again

    How the Trump Team Responded to Report Hillary May Be Running Again

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    GenForward is a survey conducted by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. "She's a pro and she learns, and Clintons never stop until they get where they want to go", he said . Mrs Clinton, herself, has been coy on the subject.
  • Melania Trump publicly calls for White House aide's firing

    Melania Trump publicly calls for White House aide's firing

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    The office of First Lady Melania Trump has officially laid down the gauntlet and called for deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel to be booted from the White House . The Straits Times reports that Ricardel has "sort of alienated everyone" in the NSC staff except for Bolton. We have a very positive working relationship.
  • Brexit Deal Possible in 24-48 Hours says

    Brexit Deal Possible in 24-48 Hours says "Cautiously Optimistic" Lidington

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    The news was cheered by investors hoping May can convince her ministers to back the draft agreement if there is to be enough time for a proposed Brexit summit of European Union leaders in late November to approve it. And another Brexiteer former cabinet minister, John Whittingdale, said it was hard to see how Mrs May's premiership could continue if MPs rejected any Brexit deal she brought back to Parliament.
  • Call for open markets as world leaders gather in Singapore

    Call for open markets as world leaders gather in Singapore

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    It was not clear if Li and Pence will hold separate talks on the sidelines of the meetings, which would be a prelude to a summit scheduled between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the end of the month in Buenos Aires. The draft of a statement to be issued by RCEP nations later in the week, which was reviewed by Reuters, said the group would instruct "ministers and negotiators to work toward the full conclusion of the RCEP negotiations in 2019".
  • Raging infernos spread on both ends of California, killing 9 people

    Raging infernos spread on both ends of California, killing 9 people

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    Trump says "billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Remedy now, or no more Fed payments!", he added. The Woolsey blaze also destroyed the home of "Dr". Firefighters were able to stop the fire at the edge of the city, Cal Fire captain Bill Murphy said.
  • Sabarimala: SC to hear review petitions on Jan 22

    Sabarimala: SC to hear review petitions on Jan 22

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    Besides the association, several other petitions, including one by the Nair Service Society (NSS), have been filed against the apex court verdict. The Sabarimala temple will reopen for devotees from November 16. The complete absence of any reasoning in the orders dismissing the review petitions has often given rise to considerable dissatisfaction among the litigants, who are aggrieved that the judges do not apply their minds to the contents of the petitions within the limited time which they ...
  • Grim search for more fire victims, 31 dead across California

    Grim search for more fire victims, 31 dead across California

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    Winds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 km per hour) were forecast to blow in the north and gusts of up to 70 mph (113 kph), the so-called Santa Ana "devil wind", were expected in Southern California . Jerry Brown addressed the situation, thanking the firefighters and first responders before talking about the change that needs to happen to prevent and adapt to these fires and taking a jab at climate change deniers.