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The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the proposed successor to NAFTA , would allow the first $150 (Canadian) of goods bought in the USA and shipped to Canada to be duty-free. Canada and Mexico are the second and third-biggest U.S. trading partners, each accounting for more than $500 billion in trade per year, nearly rivaling China and the 28 European Union member states combined.
  • Backlash Over Khashoggi’s Murder Could Have Unintended Consequences for Saudi Arabia

    Backlash Over Khashoggi’s Murder Could Have Unintended Consequences for Saudi Arabia

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    United States intelligence, which has reportedly analysed an audio recording from inside the Saudi Arabian consulate, has concluded that MBS was behind the murder of Mr Khashoggi , an allegation which Saudi Arabia still denies. European Union leaders urged G-20 participants to address concerns about journalist safety and the Saudi-backed war in Yemen. Bin Salman told Macron not to worry, but Macron replied, "I am anxious".
  • Major quake rocks Anchorage prompting tsunami warning

    Major quake rocks Anchorage prompting tsunami warning

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    An Associated Press reporter saw cracks in a building. It was unclear whether there were injuries in the quake . The natural disaster was initially reported at a magnitude of 6.6 before being upgraded to 7.0. "You could tell that it was a bad one". "Everything that's not tied down is broke". The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said no destructive Pacific-wide tsunami was expected, and there was no threat to Hawaii.
  • Imran Khan bowled 'googly' and India sent 2 ministers: Pakistan minister

    Imran Khan bowled 'googly' and India sent 2 ministers: Pakistan minister

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    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said that his controversial tweet about " small men occupying big offices " did not refer to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to media reports. 'If those (France and Germany) countries managed to come together after waging such a big war in which so many people on both sides died, why can't we do the same? "There is no other option except friendship", Khan said.
  • Angela Merkel’s plane makes emergency landing en route to G20

    Angela Merkel’s plane makes emergency landing en route to G20

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    Merkel was told of the need to turn around while she was holding a background briefing for journalists accompanying her to Buenos Aires. No details were given about the technical problem. Later, the delegation travelled by bus to a hotel in Bonn. Merkel was due to hold bilateral meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S.
  • Women from Migrant Caravan in Tijuana Plan Hunger Strike

    Women from Migrant Caravan in Tijuana Plan Hunger Strike

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    Also present at Thursday's press conference was the activist group Pueblas Sin Fronteras, who have consistently denied organizing the migrant caravan that set off from Honduras six weeks ago, igniting a political firestorm and promoting an irate President Donald Trump to send USA troops to the border to head off what he described as an "invasion".
  • Turkey could play ‘mediator role’ in Russia-Ukraine crisis: Erdoğan

    Turkey could play ‘mediator role’ in Russia-Ukraine crisis: Erdoğan

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    Zakharova concluded that martial law "endangers predominantly Russian-speaking regions, where most people never supported the current authorities, as opinion polls show". 'Don't believe Putin's lies, ' he told Bild , Germany's biggest-selling paper, comparing Russia's protestations of innocence in the affair to Moscow's 2014 denial that it had soldiers in Crimea even as they moved to annex it.
  • Syrian army says downs 'hostile targets' in suspected Israel attack

    Syrian army says downs 'hostile targets' in suspected Israel attack

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    The Syrian regime air force shot down a "hostile target" that was flying over the town of Kiswah, south of the capital Damascus , state media said. The following text replaced the original, erroneous report : "The message "Syria's air defense shot down an Israeli military aircraft" is canceled due to a source refutation".
  • Murder Charges Against Brother in Mansion Fire Slayings 29 November 2018

    Murder Charges Against Brother in Mansion Fire Slayings 29 November 2018

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    The charges were first laid out Thursday morning in a complaint filed in Colts Neck Township, records show. Court records indicate he faces murder charges, though they do not state the victims, the Asbury Park Press reported . The Caneiro brothers worked together heading two companies, a tech company called Square One and a pest control business, which were both located in Asbury Park, NBC New York reported.
  • G20 opens under assault from Trump on collective action

    G20 opens under assault from Trump on collective action

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    Mrs Merkel's own arrival at the summit has been delayed by a technical fault in her plane. The president has so far not gone forward with those tariffs, but Trump's tweets indicate that General Motors' decision to idle four plants in the United States and lay off thousands of workers could change that.
  • Hamas Playbook? CNN Commentator Pretty Much Called For The Destruction Of Israel

    Hamas Playbook? CNN Commentator Pretty Much Called For The Destruction Of Israel

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    Mr. Hill was dropped by CNN after he ignited an uproar with his United Nations speech Wednesday defending Palestinian use of force against Israel and repeating a terrorist mantra calling for Israel's elimination. He took to Twitter following the backlash to defend his comments, insisting that he did not in fact call for the destruction of Israel. Like this story? Share it with a friend! "We must promote non-violence at every opportunity, but can not endorse narrow politics that shames ...
  • Blast kills 22 outside China factory in Olympic city

    Blast kills 22 outside China factory in Olympic city

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    The incident occurred near the Hebei Shenghua Chemical in Zhangjiakou City, in the northern Hebei province, Channel News Asia reported . A video, said to be from the scene, shows a caravan of cars parked on the street burning, with flames also visible from within the chemical plant.
  • Suspect in Riverchase Galleria shooting caught in GA

    Suspect in Riverchase Galleria shooting caught in GA

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    They later retracted the statement, and said while Bradford was seen with a handgun, evidence indicates he was not the person who shot the 18-year-old and 12-year-old bystander. 22, 2018. "We want to and are committed to getting to the truth and getting it right", Bracato said at the news conference. A statement from ALEA today said "it is highly likely that prematurely releasing information, including video evidence, would have hampered the investigation's progress thus far, even to the ...
  • President Trump calls off G20 summit meeting with Putin

    President Trump calls off G20 summit meeting with Putin

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    It also came shortly after word of Michael Cohen's plea deal , in which he admitted to lying about a Trump organization development project in Moscow - a topic that surely would have prompted intrusive questions at the G-20. "But we haven't. They'd like to have it I think it's a very good time to have the meeting". Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey said Trump was missing an "oppopportunity to redeem himself, stand up for American values, stand up for global law, stand up ...
  • Convicted killer confesses to dozens of additional homicides

    Convicted killer confesses to dozens of additional homicides

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    When in custody, Los Angeles police detectives matched his DNA to three unsolved murders between 1987 and 1989. All three of those victims had been beaten and strangled before their bodies were dumped separately. While he can't always remember the date, Little remembers a lot about his alleged victims, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Little states that most of the women he killed were vulnerable and defenseless, often involved in prostitution or under the influence of ...
  • Walter Reed Medical Center On Lockdown Over Possible Active Shooter

    Walter Reed Medical Center On Lockdown Over Possible Active Shooter

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    Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.), who was visiting the facility at the time and tweeted that he was locked down in a conference room with roughly 40 other people. The Montgomery County Police Department also responded to the call, sending units after a request for assistance in what seemed like a legitimate report of an active shooter, spokeswoman Lucille Baur said.
  • Turkish foreign minister calls recording of Khashoggi murder 'disgusting'

    Turkish foreign minister calls recording of Khashoggi murder 'disgusting'

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    After weeks of denial, Riyadh admitted Khashoggi , 59, was killed in what it described as a rogue operation, denying claims the crown prince ordered his death. Saudi Arabia has arrested 21 suspect in relation to the murder and charged 11 of them. Khashoggi, who relocated to the United States from Saudi Arabia past year, used to write articles for The Washington Post criticising the Saudi government.
  • Ex-Trump lawyer pleads guilty to lying to US Congress

    Ex-Trump lawyer pleads guilty to lying to US Congress

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    Earlier this year, Special Counsel Robert Mueller handed off evidence against Cohen in connection with his illegal $130,000 hush payment to porn star Stormy Daniels to prosecutors with the U.S. Cohen has been cooperating with Mueller's probe. Cohen left the courthouse without making a statement. Cohen had also disclosed that Trump was personally aware of the deal, signing a letter of intent and discussing it with Cohen on two other occasions.
  • Trump Rallies in MS for Embattled Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

    Trump Rallies in MS for Embattled Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

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    Several of her comments were made just before the November 6 vote but not widely publicized until afterwards. Like a lot of Mississippi Republicans, Smith seems willing to forgive the senator for some of the eyebrow-raising remarks she's made in recent weeks.
  • Wedding photographer arrested after sex with wedding guest

    Wedding photographer arrested after sex with wedding guest

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    Katherine Leigh Mehta, 26, was charged with public intoxication and obstruction for her actions, according to the Star-Telegram. However, officials with the Parker County Sheriff's Office said things went awry. Mehta was arrested and taken to jail while making death threats toward the officers' families, the report says. The prescription was in her name and deputies believe she mixed the drug with alcohol, which can lead to risky side effects, including extreme drowsiness, nausea and ...
  • Sydney storms: Hundreds call for help amid flash-flooding

    Sydney storms: Hundreds call for help amid flash-flooding

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    One person is dead, two police officers have been injured and nearly 130 flights cancelled after a month's worth of rain was dumped on Sydney in just two hours. "It's turning into being a wild day", SES regional controller Greg Murphy told Seven Network. Police are urging people take care in the "horrendous weather conditions".
  • Seoul, Moscow discuss details of Putin’s visit to South Korea - ambassador

    Seoul, Moscow discuss details of Putin’s visit to South Korea - ambassador

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    Under the Panmunjom Declaration, the two sides agreed to modernize and eventually connect railways and roads across the inter-Korean border. South Korea already owned earlier versions of the Green Pine radar detectors, but updated technology gives the system increased detection range and the ability to work in tandem with South Korea's missile defense system to intercept incoming projectiles.
  • Mother and baby killed in grizzly bear attack in Canada

    Mother and baby killed in grizzly bear attack in Canada

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    He shot and killed the bear, but when he reached the cabin, he found that it had already killed his partner and their daughter. The animal trapper told officers a grizzly bear charged at him around 100 metres away from a cabin he had been living with his wife and daughter for the past three months.
  • LeT militant involved in Shujaat Bukhari's assassination killed in J-K

    LeT militant involved in Shujaat Bukhari's assassination killed in J-K

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    Naveed Jatt alias Hanzalla "was known as the commander of proscribed terror outfit LeT", the Jammu and Kashmir Police said in a statement. Two policeman were also killed during Jatt's escape from the S.M.H.S. "He was wanted by law for his complicity in a series of terror crimes, including the killing of noted journalist Shujaat Bukhari, attacks on security establishments and many other civilian atrocities".