• Two teens killed in USA school shooting

    Two teens killed in USA school shooting

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    Students were led out of Aztec High School after a shooting, today, in Aztec, N.M. The school is in the Four Corners region and is near the Navajo Nation. "I was in the classroom and we heard..." "We heard shots and it wasn't very close and then it stopped for a little bit", student Briley Dills said .
  • France appeals for calm over US Jerusalem embassy move

    France appeals for calm over US Jerusalem embassy move

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    Lebanon, where a fragile balance between several ethnic groups, is already delicate, had risked a new political crisis after its Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri announced from Saudi Arabia his resignation on November 4. The United States expressed support, recognizing Hariri as one of its chief partners in the Middle East. Macron said the worldwide community would have to "stay mobilized" for Lebanon's peaceful future.
  • Devin Nunes didn't divulge secrets in Russian Federation investigation, House Ethics Committee says

    Devin Nunes didn't divulge secrets in Russian Federation investigation, House Ethics Committee says

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    The accusations against Nunes arose after President Donald Trump tweeted in March, without giving evidence, that former President, a Democrat , had wiretapped him as he competed for the presidency. "The disclosure of this information by Chairman Nunes was evidently meant to try to lend some credence to President Trump' claims that former President Obama had Trump Tower wiretapped - claims that have been repeatedly been shown to be absolutely baseless, as confirmed by FBI Director Comey in ...
  • Penn State's Saquon Barkley Wins 2017 Paul Hornung Award

    Penn State's Saquon Barkley Wins 2017 Paul Hornung Award

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    Barkley ranks fourth in the Big Ten in rushing with 1,134 yards, but he leads the conference and ranks second in the Football Bowl Subdivision in all-purpose yards (179.5 per game). Edwards. Saquon Barkley sat alongside Penn State head coach James Franklin and cornerbacks coach Terry Smith at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, looking on twice to see if he would take home a national honor.
  • San Antonio man shoots would-be robber to death

    San Antonio man shoots would-be robber to death

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    Carlos Molina, 32, was eating at a San Antonio Popeyes with his family around 9pm on Wednesday when Andres Herrera, 19, walked in to the fast food restaurant and demanded his money and belongings at gunpoint. Police said the man's wife and two of their children were allowed to go but two others were in the bathroom. The robber's body could be seen between the dining area and counter as investigators examined the scene, the paper reported.
  • Trump Was Emailed Access to Hacked Wikileaks Documents Before Election

    Trump Was Emailed Access to Hacked Wikileaks Documents Before Election

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    In September 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr, and others were offered a decryption key to gain access to leaked Wikileaks documents ahead of the general public. The email also advertised access to the hacked emails of Colin Powell, the former secretary of state. The email was provided to investigators working on the Congressional inquiry into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign team and Russian officials during the 2016 U.S.
  • Creek Fire: Some evacuations lifted as containment increases

    Creek Fire: Some evacuations lifted as containment increases

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    As of a 3:27 p.m. update from California Fire, the Creek Fire has consumed 11,377 acres since it began Tuesday in Los Angeles County with zero percent containment. The fire is occurring while fighters across Southern California are battling a blaze in Ventura County. Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck warned that given the Santa Ana winds that are expected to continue through at least Thursday, fire and law enforcement officials will be stretched to the limit.
  • Zuma to appeal ruling invalidating Shaun Abrahams appointment

    Zuma to appeal ruling invalidating Shaun Abrahams appointment

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    Judge President Dunstan Mlambo‚ who read out the judgment‚ ordered that the deputy president must appoint the NDPP while Zuma is president. "The question is whether these challenges can be attributed to Zuma the person and his leadership style or do they go beyond him?" said Mathekga‚ adding that the issue could be the powers given to the president and the involvement of Parliament in the making of key appointments.
  • Australia to ban foreign interference in politics

    Australia to ban foreign interference in politics

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    Meanwhile, former trade minister Andrew Robb has hit out at his former coalition colleagues for painting him as treasonous, as the government eyes foreign interference laws. The tension between China and Australia has escalated since Mr Turnbull's comments, with China lodging a diplomatic complaint. Dastyari then misrepresented Australia's policy on China's sweeping territorial claims in the South China at a press conference held exclusively for Chinese reporters and attended by Huang.
  • President Pence 'unwelcome in Palestine,' PA says

    President Pence 'unwelcome in Palestine,' PA says

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    Al-Harithi's standpoint was shared by the Russian President's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who pointed out that the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital may ride roughshod over the peace process pertaining to the Palestinian Authority and could drive a wedge within the global community.