• Numerous bomb threats emailed in South Florida, major US cities
Numerous bomb threats emailed in South Florida, major US cities

Each email claims a bomb has been placed in the building and the sender's "man" is watching the area, demanding a ransom in bitcoin. It is assembled according to my guide. This is an issue being reported in other cities nationwide and is not considered credible at this time. Use caution, remain alert and immediately contact your local police.

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  • France counts costs of protests, new fiscal measures
France counts costs of protests, new fiscal measures

In an address on national TV Monday, Mr. Macron broke a almost two-week silence on the so-called yellow vest movement, named after protesters who wear reflective safety vests, or " gilets jaunes ", in taking to the streets in protest . It won't weigh on firms' finances since the increase will come via a higher monthly government top-up of 80 eur...

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  • US soybean farmers win big from US-China trade war truce
US soybean farmers win big from US-China trade war truce

Stock markets aroused on Wednesday as U.S. President Donald Trump sounded energetic about an economic agreement with China, while sterling rose off multi month lows as Prime Minister Theresa May promised to battle a test to her initiative. "Any business that we can put together we're pretty grateful for". A soybean farm outside of Salina, Kansas....

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  • Corbyn demands immediate vote on Brexit deal
Corbyn demands immediate vote on Brexit deal

The vote had been due to take place on Tuesday, but was dramatically pulled after the whips warned the Prime Minister she was heading for a heavy defeat unless she delayed. "I think the government will have to lose several votes", he said. Fresh challenges await the Prime Minister today as she travels to Brussels for an EU Summit to ask fellow le...

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  • Strasbourg Christmas market attacker killed in police shootout
Strasbourg Christmas market attacker killed in police shootout

More than 700 officers were involved Thursday in the manhunt for 29-year-old Cherif Chekatt , who had a long criminal record and had been flagged for extremism , government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux told CNews television. Asked about instructions given to police forces searching for Chekatt, Mr Griveaux said the focus was on catching the suspec...

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  • Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina cooperating ahead of plea hearing Thursday
Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina cooperating ahead of plea hearing Thursday

She allegedly tried to infiltrate the National Rifle Association (NRA) in an effort to influence United States policies in favour of Moscow. The US Justice Department said Butina entered the US on a student visa without officially disclosing the fact that she was acting as an agent of Russian government, as required by law.

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  • Four Dead, Several Wounded After Shooting At Strasbourg Christmas Markets
Four Dead, Several Wounded After Shooting At Strasbourg Christmas Markets

He was on a watchlist of suspected extremists , a statement from local security services said and it's understood he was known to police . Italian daily La Repubblica reports that he travelled Strasbourg on Sunday to follow the European Parliamentary session.

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  • Bahrain attacks Qatar’s Emir for boycotting Gulf Arab Summit
Bahrain attacks Qatar’s Emir for boycotting Gulf Arab Summit

Leaders of Gulf Arab countries, including those boycotting Qatar, met on Sunday in Saudi Arabia's capital for a regional summit, a gathering that Qatar's ruling emir choose not to attend amid the dispute. Saudi Arabia's King Salman greeted the Emirati delegation and their Omani counterparts. The Saudi king has invited Qatar's emir to the summit...

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  • May calls a halt to Brexit vote
May calls a halt to Brexit vote

Brexit supporters and May's nominal allies in Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) say it could leave Britain forced to accept European Union regulations indefinitely, or Northern Ireland treated differently from the rest of the United Kingdom.

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  • How Will The Leadership Challenge To British PM Theresa May Work?
How Will The Leadership Challenge To British PM Theresa May Work?

The UK is due to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, nearly three years after it voted to leave the bloc. "It is clear that while there is broad support for numerous key aspects of the deal, on one issue, the Northern Ireland backstop, there remains widespread and deep concern", May said in a speech to Parliament.

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  • Japanese scientist Tasuku Honjo receives Nobel for physiology or medicine at ceremony
Japanese scientist Tasuku Honjo receives Nobel for physiology or medicine at ceremony

Murad, 25, who was taken hostage in Iraq by the Islamic State group (IS) in 2014 but escaped, said the prize was an honour for all of her Yazidi community, and "a sign" for the thousands of women still held by jihadists. "We think the conflict might blow up around this electoral period and women and children are always the first victims of such c...

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  • US Returns Bells Looted After Philippine Wartime Massacre
US Returns Bells Looted After Philippine Wartime Massacre

A crane sets the three bells in place for the ceremonial turnover at Villamor Air Base Tuesday. "And their return underscores the enduring friendship between our countries, our shared values, and shared sacrifices", Kim said. After the attack, USA cannons shelled the town. The Americans retaliated by burning the town and killing all male Filipinos ...

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  • United States military declares five missing Marines dead after Japan crash
United States military declares five missing Marines dead after Japan crash

Self-Defense Forces personnel rescued the two crew members of the FA-18, but one of them, Capt. Jahmar Resilard, 28, later died. "We know this hard decision was made after all resources were exhausted in the vigorous search for our Marines", Lieutenant Colonel Mitchell Maury, commander of the U.S.

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  • Trump calls former Secretary Of State 'dumb as a rock'
Trump calls former Secretary Of State 'dumb as a rock'

Later Friday, Trump responded by calling Tillerson dumb and lazy. Mr Trump , he continued, "doesn't like to read" briefing papers, and "doesn't like to get into the details of a lot of things" or have his gut instincts challenged. Trump praised Tillerson's successor, the brusque former congressman and Central Intelligence Agency chief Mike...

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  • Pentagon reveals US observation flight over Ukraine
Pentagon reveals US observation flight over Ukraine

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko leads the National Security and Defence Council meeting in Kiev, Ukraine, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018. Separately, the ministry strongly condemned the actions of Russian Federation, which is expanding its aggression against Ukraine, and confirmed that Lithuania "firmly and completely" supports Ukraine's independence...

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  • Manafort Lied About Russian Associates Contacts, Mueller
Manafort Lied About Russian Associates Contacts, Mueller

The filing accomplished two things. It provided information to the judge in Manhattan who will sentence Cohen next week. On Friday, Comey will testify behind closed doors at Congress while Mueller's team prepare to make multiple court filings.

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  • Comey: FBI Probe of Russia Looked at 4 Americans
Comey: FBI Probe of Russia Looked at 4 Americans

To buttress that argument, Comey talked about how Strzok helped draft the controversial letter that was sent to Congress just before the 2016 elections, which said the probe into Hillary Clinton's emails was being re-opened. "So it's hard for me to see how he was on Team Clinton secretly at that point in time", Comey said, referring to the Octo...

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  • Saudis reject extraditing suspects to Turkey in Khashoggi murder
Saudis reject extraditing suspects to Turkey in Khashoggi murder

Only a few months after Trump moved into the White House, Kushner was inquiring about the Saudi royal succession process and whether the USA could influence it, raising fears among senior officials that he sought to help Prince Mohammed, who was not yet the crown prince, vault ahead in the line for the throne, two former senior White House official...

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  • Body found in search for missing British backpacker Grace Millane
Body found in search for missing British backpacker Grace Millane

Millane was last seen on CCTV on Saturday December 1 entering CityLife Hotel with a 26-year-old man. He was speaking during the first court appearance of the man accused of her murder. He said the mood at the church was "rather sombre and sad", adding: "I didn't know her personally but numerous people here do". The issue here is Grace is stil...

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  • Minister: UK could try Norway model if Brexit deal rejected
Minister: UK could try Norway model if Brexit deal rejected

She told BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "Once the deal falls, the Prime Minister is under a duty then to set out what she is going to do next". Labour could seek to take control of the country by calling a vote of no confidence in the government if May's deal is voted down.

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  • Merkel ally elected leader of chancellor's party
Merkel ally elected leader of chancellor's party

German Chancellor and leader of the German Christian Democrats Angela Merkel waves after her last speech as party leader on Friday in Hamburg , Germany . She becomes only the eighth leader of the CDU since World War II. In 18 years of experience, she said she "learned that leadership is more about internal strength then external volume".

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  • WH: Mueller Filing On Manafort Lies 'Says Absolutely Nothing About The President'
WH: Mueller Filing On Manafort Lies 'Says Absolutely Nothing About The President'

George Conway - husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway - had a different take on the recommendations of federal prosecutors in NY. Cohen also said he coordinated the payments with, and was directed by, "Individual-1", who is believed to be Trump.

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  • Eiffel tower to close on Saturday due to protests
Eiffel tower to close on Saturday due to protests

His government deeply damaged by weeks of protests and looking grave, Philippe acknowledged that the government's dramatic concession this week over the fuel tax rise that sparked the protest movement "doesn't respond" to all the protesters' concerns.

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  • Trump confirms he will pick William Barr as his next attorney general
Trump confirms he will pick William Barr as his next attorney general

By selecting State Department spokeswoman and former Fox News anchor Heather Nauert as his next United Nations ambassador, President Donald Trump has further consolidated his control of America's foreign policy. She oversaw public diplomacy in Washington and all of the roughly 275 overseas USA embassies, consulates and other posts. If s...

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  • Huawei CFO facing US extradition appears in Canadian court
Huawei CFO facing US extradition appears in Canadian court

The US said she had at least seven passports from China and Hong Kong in the last 11 years and that Huawei had tried to move Chinese nationals out of the US if they could be potential witnesses to its Iran operations. The lawyer also proposed that Meng could be electronically monitored to ensure she does not take flight. "As a permanent m...

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  • White House chief of staff Kelly to resign in days, reports CNN
White House chief of staff Kelly to resign in days, reports CNN

McGahn had refused to publicly deny the reporting. Trump had earlier pledged publicly that Kelly would remain through his first term in office, though many in the West Wing were skeptical. Kelly is the latest high-ranking White House official known to have given information for Mueller's probe. Trump has been advised to bring on a chief of st...

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  • Italy's 'Ndrangheta mafia hit by huge international sweep
Italy's 'Ndrangheta mafia hit by huge international sweep

Authorities in Germany, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands launched coordinated raids Wednesday in a crackdown on the Italian mafia . Dutch chief public prosecutor Fred Westerbeke said dozens of raids also netted about 2 million euros (£1.7 million) in criminal proceeds as well as drugs including ecstasy and cocaine.

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  • Girl gets suspended for bullying, father makes her walk to school
Girl gets suspended for bullying, father makes her walk to school

His 10-year-old daughter Kristen was suspended from using the school bus after she was bullying other students on two occasions. "You are teaching your child accountability for her actions and I fully support your tough approach with her." wrote Kate Millar Young.

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  • Chris Dawson's family 'disappointed' over arrest for murder of Lynette
Chris Dawson's family 'disappointed' over arrest for murder of Lynette

Queensland Police said Mr Dawson's extradition to NSW was unlikely to take place on Wednesday because of continuing negotiations with the commercial airlines over security arrangements. She said her client had co-operated with detectives in the past and was happy to comply with any bail conditions imposed. "Just before 8am today, a 70-year-old C...

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  • Facebook gave Netflix and Airbnb preferential data access to data, documents reveal
Facebook gave Netflix and Airbnb preferential data access to data, documents reveal

The summary of the committee's key issues pertaining to the documents said the documents also show Facebook knew that an update to its Android mobile app phone system - which enabled the Facebook app to collect user call logs - would be controversial.

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