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Perhaps "left the house" was a slip of the tongue on Trump's part, or perhaps the president's brain has been consumed by mold. The White House lauded Adelson the as a "committed doctor, philanthropist, and humanitarian", but not everyone believed the Israeli-American physician - known best as a leading GOP megadonor alongside her husband Sheldon - was deserving of the exclusive jewelry.
  • Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's race

    Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's race

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    Democrat Andrew Gillum says he is ending his hard-fought race for Florida governor and has congratulated Republican Ron DeSantis . Gillum offered little insight as to what he plans to do next but informed his supporters to "stay tuned" in the video shared to Facebook.
  • Sabarimala: After 11 Hrs At Cochin Airport, Trupti Desai Flies Back Home

    Sabarimala: After 11 Hrs At Cochin Airport, Trupti Desai Flies Back Home

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    Amid the continuing stand-off, the BJP demanded that Desai and her colleagues be sent back to Pune . Desai had earlier vowed that she would visit Sabarimala Temple on November 17. Previously, she had led campaigns to ensure that women are permitted to enter various religious places like Shani Shingnapur temple, the Haji Ali Dargah, the Mahalakshmi Temple and the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple.
  • Rohingya in Bangladesh protest efforts to send them back to Myanmar

    Rohingya in Bangladesh protest efforts to send them back to Myanmar

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    As Bangladesh and Myanmar have pursued various iterations of repatriation agreements, United Nations officials have repeatedly said they were not involved adequately in the process. She said other refugees whose names have appeared on the Bangladesh government's repatriation list had fled to other camps, hoping to disappear amid the crowded lanes of refugees, aid workers and Bangladeshi soldiers.
  • 'Yellow vest' protests against Emmanuel Macron snarl traffic across France

    'Yellow vest' protests against Emmanuel Macron snarl traffic across France

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    A woman has been killed in a collision as protesters block roads across France to protest against rising fuel taxes, say officials. Drivers in France are protesting rising fuel taxes by blocking roads across the country. The government said it was prepared to send police to remove protesters and threatening fines. While Macron, whose popularity is hovering around a dismal 30 per cent, said he regretted that he was not able to reconcile his government with the people, he has refused to ...
  • Trade war will produce ‘no winners’, China’s Xi Jinping tells leaders

    Trade war will produce ‘no winners’, China’s Xi Jinping tells leaders

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    Leaders of 21 Pacific Rim countries and territories that make up 60 percent of the world economy are meeting in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea for an annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. In the absence of Mr Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the summit itself has been relatively low-key and the focus has turned to the venue Port Moresby.
  • Stacey Abrams says she can't win Georgia governor's race

    Stacey Abrams says she can't win Georgia governor's race

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    Had she won, Abrams would have become the first black woman elected to be a state governor in US history. "This speech is not a concession, because concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true, or proper", Abrams said, but she added that the "law offers no possible remedy".
  • Rights group condemns Iran's 'abhorrent' execution of 'Sultan of Coins'

    Rights group condemns Iran's 'abhorrent' execution of 'Sultan of Coins'

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    Iran has executed the so-called "Sultan of Coins" and his accomplice for hoarding gold coins and other hard currency, signalling zero tolerance as it tries to shore up its currency in the face of an economic crisis. Iran executed two men accused of hoarding gold coins to manipulate the market price on Wednesday. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that Iran's inflation rate will jump to over 40 percent by the end of the year and that USA sanctions will lower economic output ...
  • Russian Federation probe investigators’ questions ‘very easy’ to answer

    Russian Federation probe investigators’ questions ‘very easy’ to answer

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    The move, contested by Democrats, was widely seen as an attempt to wrest oversight of the special counsel investigation from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. He also said he believed the courts would reject the legal challenges to Mueller's authority. Additionally, some two-dozen Russians have been indicted for seeking to interfere with the last presidential election, mostly through cyber campaigns.
  • Pence: U.S. Won't Budge to Avoid Cold War With China

    Pence: U.S. Won't Budge to Avoid Cold War With China

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    However, he said that several key items were lacking, meaning that the list was still "not acceptable to me yet". But on Friday he appeared to soften earlier threats of additional tariffs. China has delivered a written response to USA demands for wide-ranging trade reforms, three United States government sources said on Wednesday (Nov 14), a move that could trigger more formal negotiations to resolve a withering trade war between the world's top economies.
  • Irish Lawmaker's Protest: Pulling Thong From Sleeve

    Irish Lawmaker's Protest: Pulling Thong From Sleeve

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    Rallies were also held in the nation's capital, Dublin , and Cork city on Wednesday where people marched with signs and underwear to protest the use of the thong as evidence. The hashtag was used by Irish women to post photographs of their underwear in all shapes and colours to protest against arguments such as the one put forward by O'Connell to be used in court.
  • Michelle Obama And Jimmy Kimmel Shade Melania Trump

    Michelle Obama And Jimmy Kimmel Shade Melania Trump

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    Kimmel asked Obama to share which celebrity she texted with most often, to which Obama initially demurred, noting that she doesn't "text and tell". K: "Really? Wow, it's a revelation". "You know how we feel?" O: "Laura, sorry, send me the bill". K: "Alright, couple more, these are important".
  • U.S. judge temporarily restores press pass to reporter

    U.S. judge temporarily restores press pass to reporter

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    A federal judge on Friday ruled to immediately reinstate CNN reporter Jim Acosta's White House press credentials in a victory for the cable news network and the media outlets that supported its lawsuit. Kelly also criticized the White House's changing story about why it revoked Acosta's credential. Mr Acosta was barred from entering the White House a day after he had a heated exchange with President Trump during a news conference on 8 November.
  • White House official criticized by first lady removed from post

    White House official criticized by first lady removed from post

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    While first ladies historically have been known to pressure their husbands over official business, they do not typically issue statements about it. A transoceanic staff crisis that engulfed the National Security Council this week is partly rooted in a bureaucratic dispute over the seating arrangements aboard Ms Trump's plane to Africa last month during her maiden solo trip overseas.
  • China says is no threat to European Union, after Macron army call

    China says is no threat to European Union, after Macron army call

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    Addressing European MEPs on her vision for the future of Europe, Merkel also called for a European Security Council that would centralise defence and security policy on the continent. But this important link to Europe could change with the announced withdrawal of the German chancellor . Trump's comments were seemingly spurred by Macron's suggestion of a European army in an interview last week.
  • Julian Assange charged in US

    Julian Assange charged in US

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    It was submitted to the federal court in the eastern district of Virginia, which handles many cases involving national security. U.S. intelligence agencies concluded that the emails were taken by Russian government hackers as part of an operation aimed at helping the campaign of Donald Trump.
  • Facebook board defends Zuckerberg and Sandberg | Digital

    Facebook board defends Zuckerberg and Sandberg | Digital

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    Facebook Inc.'s board defended how Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg have handled mounting problems faced by the company, in light of a critical report by the New York Times . "I think we should probably take a bunch more questions", the embattled Facebook CEO said, despite the fact that the call was scheduled to end a few minutes later.
  • France strikes back against Trump, emphasising a lack of 'common decency'

    France strikes back against Trump, emphasising a lack of 'common decency'

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    That Mr. Trump, consciously or not, unleashed his Twitter diatribe on the third anniversary of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks that left 130 dead was of secondary concern to Mr. "And to do this, we can not depend on (others), including the United States". But Macron said the flap would not shake the strong cooperation between the two countries, in particular their joint military actions, in particular against jihadist terrorism.
  • Number of missing in California wildfires jumps to 631

    Number of missing in California wildfires jumps to 631

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    The new figure of 630 missing people is more than double the earlier figure of 297 listed during the day by Butte County Sheriff's Office. AP Photo/Noah Berger A dog searches for victims of the Camp fire in Paradise , California, on November 15, 2018.
  • Baby snatched by monkey dies in Taj Mahal city

    Baby snatched by monkey dies in Taj Mahal city

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    The family then took the boy to another hospital, after not being able to digest the news but doctors there also confirmed he child had died. The newborn baby was reportedly in his mother's arms inside their home in the northern city of Agra when the animal entered the house and grabbed the child.
  • China sends written response to USA trade reform demands

    China sends written response to USA trade reform demands

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    The United States was demanding that the Chinese come up with a clear offer before negotiations on a trade deal could start, while Beijing had been reluctant, seeking talks ahead of making any firm proposals. On January 1, Washington's 10 percent tariff rate on $200 billion in Chinese goods is set to rise to 25 percent. "We are willing to negotiate with the U.S.", Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said at an event Tuesday in Singapore, adding that the talks should be carried out on the basis of ...
  • Yemen: Saudi-led coalition orders halt to Hodeidah offensive

    Yemen: Saudi-led coalition orders halt to Hodeidah offensive

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    The decision to step back from the assault on the Red Sea port city which has become the main survival line for accessing over 14 million impoverished Yemenis comes amidst a wave of global pressure for a ceasefire. A source in the military alliance told the Reuters news agency on Thursday that "the coalition has instructed forces on the ground to halt fighting inside Hudaydah" - which is the port of entry for most food , aid and commercial goods.
  • Couple, homeless man charged with faking story that earned $400K in donations

    Couple, homeless man charged with faking story that earned $400K in donations

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    All three face charges of conspiracy and theft by deception for working together to create the alleged ruse. The couple turned themselves in to local authorities on Wednesday. Bobbitt's attorney, Jacqueline Promislo, told The New York Post that the couple started to spend the money right after depositing it into their bank account on expensive shoes and pricey vacations.