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Trump calls Putin sincere, ex-US intelligence heads 'hacks'

Hours after being sworn in as Philippine president, Duterte goes to a Manila slum and urges residents to kill drug-addled neighbors. On returning to Manila on Sunday, Duterte told reporters about his meetings with Russia's President Vladimir Putin and China's President Xi Jinping . Read More »

Duterte supports Japan's moves vs. North Korea


Mr Turnbull and Mr Trump are in Manila for the ASEAN Summit , and fronted media together with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday. The Philippines is hosting the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN ) Summit and Related Meetings from November 10 to 14. Read More »

Museveni and Sudan's Bashir discuss trade, diplomatic relations


Both Bashir and his Ugandan counterpart vowed to back efforts aimed at finding permanent solutions to the civil war in South Sudan. "Inviting an worldwide criminal suspect to Uganda not only undermines the fight against impunity which Uganda has for long championed but also betrays the concerns and interests of the victims of the most heinous crimes", six Ugandan rights watchdogs said in a joint statement. Read More »

Taliban kill 27 police in security post attacks in Kandahar province

Police in the province said that law enforcement officers attacked the Taliban, who "destroyed the checkpoint and took away all the stored weapons". He said 45 Taliban were killed and 35 others wounded. Farah governor's spokesman Nasir Mehri told Anadolu Agency police checkpoints in Pul Regi area on the outskirts of provincial capital Farah City came under attack at around 2 a.m. Read More »

Trouble for Mugabe as Zimbabwe military threatens to step


Mnangagwa - whose nickname is the "Crocodile" - defiantly told Mugabe that the party was "not personal property for you and your wife to do as you please". Chiwenga, in belligerent style demanded that "counter revolutionaries" - a euphemism for Moyo and his G40 acolytes - be expelled from Zanu PF. Mnangagwa was subsequently fired from the party and has since left the country. Read More »

British doctor saves himslef by punching shark during surfing attack in Australia


Fry said he learned the technique from professional surfer Mick Fanning. The 36-year-old was temporarily pulled underwater as the thrashing apex predator turned on him in the notoriously sharky waters of Eastern Cape. 'It was very hectic, very very hectic'. The shark left scratches and a small puncture wound on Mr Fry's arm. He was driven to a nearby hospital by his companions instead. Read More »

Lambie to quit parliament over citizenship


Amid calls to amend the constitution and allow dual citizens to sit in Parliament, Senator Lambie said politicians should just "suck it up", deal with their mistakes and then run for Parliament again. "I'd certainly have a good look at it. you can't keep a bloody Lambie down", she said. The citizenship crisis has so far claimed two lower house MPs - Barnaby Joyce and John Alexander - forcing December byelections in their seats of New England and Bennelong respectively, and plunging the ... Read More »

Jeff Sessions Weighs Competing Special Counsel Focused On Clinton, Democrats

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered senior federal prosecutors to evaluate whether a special counsel should be appointed to investigate concerns raised by Republicans, including alleged unlawful dealings by the Clinton Foundation and the sale of a uranium company, according to a document obtained Monday by NBC News. Read More »

Trump's Asia trip ends as it begins: shadowed by Russian Federation


Duterte should stop idolizing and playing puppet to Trump . Though presented with several opportunities to do so, President Donald Trump reportedly did not raise any concerns about human rights abuses or the "bloodstained" drug war being carried out by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a face-to-face meeting on Monday. Read More »

Another woman accuses George HW Bush of groping her


Comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal or abusive attacks on other users may be removed and result in a ban. "George Bush simply does not have it in his heart to knowingly cause anyone harm or distress, and he again apologizes to anyone he may have offended during a photo op", Mr McGrath told Time magazine in a statement. Read More »

At UN, North Korea says USA to blame for 'worst ever situation'


However, that motive was subsequently ruled out after it was determined he had no "Communist connections". This comes after President Trump took a tough stance of North Korea's nuclear threat during his historic tour of Asia, saying his administration pursues - quote - "peace through strength". Read More »

Ex-colleague: Texas church gunman scared her


Meanwhile, parishioners who survived the slaughter at First Baptist Church of Sutherland said Friday that a week before the massacre, Kelley acted bizarrely. Jackie Lee says she asked her friends on Facebook if anyone would be willing to come with her from San Antonio this weekend to visit the memorial and the church. Read More »

Five Big Ten Men's Soccer Teams Earn Bids to 2017 NCAA Tournament


The Omaha men's soccer team will travel to Florida International in the opening round of the NCAA soccer tournament. It is the seventh time in the last nine seasons UNC has been among the top 16 seeds for the event. 5) and No. 1 seed MI 4-0 (Nov. 10) on their way to the tournament crown. IN earns the overall No. 2 seed and will host the victor of Old Dominion-NC State in the second round after advancing to the Big Ten Tournament championship match. Read More »

Kremlin channel RT registers as foreign agent in US

The Department of Justice sent a letter to RT America back in September ordering that it register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) because of their work for their Russian parent company, Simonyan said Thursday. Department of Justice. A January assessment by USA intelligence agencies described RT America TV as "a Kremlin-financed channel operated from within the United States, (which) has substantially expanded its repertoire of programming that highlights criticism of ... Read More »

Donald Trump Jr., WikiLeaks communicated through Twitter during 2016 campaign


They show that, in addition to giving Trump Jr. a link to stolen emails from the Hillary Clinton campaign, WikiLeaks asked him to investigate an anti-Trump PAC, and encouraged Trump to contest the election results if he lost. "Hey Donald, great to see you and your dad talking about our publications", WikiLeaks wrote. "The discussion can be transformative as it exposes media corruption, primary corruption, PAC corruption, etc.", the message added. Read More »

Salvation Army kicks off Red Kettle season


Toby Romack. The Salvation Army hopes to raise $95,000 during the six-week campaign. He noted that through its partnership with Government, the Army distributes over 150 meals daily to persons who reside primarily in St Michael, St Thomas and St George. Read More »

Parliament to vote on Brexit deal


David Davis also said if the United Kingdom and European Union can't agree a withdrawal deal, there will simply be no withdrawal deal bill; the United Kingdom is still on track to leave the European Union whether the deal is approved or not. Read More »

Controlling the Indo-Pacific: India, US, Japan Australia resurrect quadrilateral dialogue


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Manila to attend the Summit and is slated to meet all the counterparts of the Quadrilateral dialogue partners separately one by on the sidelines of the summit. In its statement, the Japanese foreign ministry said officials discussed measures to ensure a free and open worldwide order based on the rule of law in the Indo- Pacific. Read More »

Trump asked Chinese president for help over arrested UCLA basketball players


While touring various stops in Asia, Trump met with China President, Xi Jinping , and he reportedly addressed the UCLA basketball players with his Chinese counterpart. They did not fly home with the team, and ESPN has reported that authorities have surveillance footage and that the players could be required to remain in Hangzhou for a week or two. Read More »

Donald Trump Asked Chinese President for Help With the UCLA Shoplifters


After facing 3-10 years in a Chinese Prison, LiAngelo Ball and his two UCLA teammates have the commander in chief in their corner fighting to get them out of China and back in the states as soon as possible. They were released on bail last week, but were told to remain in Hangzhou until the legal process was completed. Chinese lawyers told Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel last week the UCLA basketball players could serve between three and 10 years in prison, but the US official told Nakamura ... Read More »

Two missing Chinese students in Canada may be victims of ransom scam


Craig Brister said over the weekend. Another student, Yue "Kandy" Liu, 17, was last seen in north Toronto on Friday morning while a third student, Ke "Jaden" Xu, 16, was last seen on Thursday. Investigators say Juan Wen Zhang, 20, who went missing on November 8 in Toronto was located on Saturday in Montreal. Liu was last seen on Friday in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue W area. Read More »

Trump urges lawmakers to end health mandate, cut top tax rate


Both plans also call for deep tax cuts for high-earners and businesses and would reshape how the United States taxes multinational corporations. Republican Representative Peter King has fiercely opposed the elimination of the SALT deduction, saying many in his home state of NY earning $300,000 a year were hardworking, two-income families facing a very high cost of living. Read More »

Slain Green Beret Melgar Murdered After Discovery of SEAL Embezzlement


Melgar had spoken to his wife about "the bad feeling" he had about two US Navy SEALs, who are now under suspicion of his murder, although he didn't elaborate why he felt that way. An autopsy found no sign of drugs or alcohol, the report read. When that failed to revive him, the two SEALs told another Green Beret on the operation that Melgar was unconscious, and the three of them took him to a French clinic for help. Read More »

Call of Duty: WWII Is Currently Broken


These forced Sledgehammer to move the game to peer-to-peer servers. Testing for data-gathering and diagnostic purposes is underway in the United States now. "So hang in there while we address the most pressing concerns first", said Sledgehammer. In addition, we encourage you to visit and support The Greatest Generations Foundation , whose partnership and collaboration was vital to the making of this series. Read More »

LDF meet entrusts CM to decide on Chandy's resignation


Achuthanandan, who heads the Kerala Administrative Reforms Commission, expressed his anger against Chandy a day after the ruling LDF entrusted chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan with taking a decision on the demand for the minister's resignation. Read More »

European Union signs landmark new defence pact


European Union officials insist this is not just bureaucratic cooperation, but real investment that will help develop Europe's defense industry and spur research and development in military capabilities that the bloc needs most. But, he said, "we must go further" in defense cooperation. 'Whilst we will cooperate with and support our friends and allies to ensure collective security, we must protect the integrity of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance and our own ability to defend ... Read More »

October CPI touched a 7-month high of 3.58%

The YoY CPI in urban areas ruled higher at 3.81 per cent, while in rural India it rose by 3.36 per cent. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) for October has went up by 3.58 per cent in comparison to same period previous year. The inflation for sugar and confectionery items increased and settled at 6.75 per cent. Spices saw some decline in price and settled at (-) 2.15 points. Read More »

Number of Indian students in U.S. rises by 12.3%


The national decline in new foreign students was more pronounced this fall, according to a survey of 522 colleges by the organization, the report says. That downturn took place before the presidential election and can be blamed on factors including the rising cost of tuition in the USA, growing competition from schools in other countries, and political factors outside the United States, the institute's leaders said. Read More »

2 soldiers martyred in attack on Pak-Afghan border checkpost: ISPR


While talking about the militant hideouts in the war-torn country, Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor said, "It now requires elimination of terrorist sanctuaries in Afghanistan and effective Afghan border security". On October 3, another soldier had embraced martyrdom after terrorists fired from across the Afghan border on a border post. The cross-border attack on the check-post in September came days after Operation Khyber IV concluded successfully. Read More »

Denton apartment floor collapses, 50 residents displaced


Denton police say all occupants of the apartment were successfully evacuated, and only minor injuries were reported. Some people drove themselves to the hospital. Police estimate there were 100 people at the party. "My door has never shaked [sic] before", Briceida Castro said. "I grabbed my keys, my wallet and I left to the police department", she said. Read More »