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Hysterical scenes were filmed in several supermarkets across the country operated by the Intermarche chain, which offered massive discounts on pots of Nutella. Staff at a branch in the Loire department told LeProgres , according to The Guardian , that the sale was "a catastrophe". Videos showed chaotic scenes inside the supermarket as people were fighting it out to grab armfuls of the chocolate spread.
  • Netanyahu to arrive in Moscow on January 29

    Netanyahu to arrive in Moscow on January 29

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    Both Israel and Russian Federation respect each others' "special interests", said Netanyahu. "To this end the Europeans will hold discussions among themselves, and with the USA, but she understands that this touches on our concerns, the things that could threaten our very existence", the prime minister said.
  • Russian Federation inquiry: President 'looking forward' to interview

    Russian Federation inquiry: President 'looking forward' to interview

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    Meanwhile, Cobb said Mueller's office and Trump's personal lawyers are working out arrangements in advance of any questioning of the president. " President Trump " said he is "very eager" to speak with the special counsel. Trump pointed again to the news breaking out of the FBI, including the 50,000 missing texts from two of the agents involved in the investigation. Among the topics CNN reported that the special counsel listed: more about Trump allegedly asking then-FBI Director ...
  • Two bikers kidnapped child from the School Bus in Delhi

    Two bikers kidnapped child from the School Bus in Delhi

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    An FIR has been filed and crime branch has also been roped in to crack the case, police said. The recent incident comes days after a 12-year-old girl, returning with her minor sister from her father's work place, was allegedly kidnapped by men in a auto near a village in Gurugram district on 20 January, a police official had said.
  • India beat Bangladesh to set up semifinal with Pakistan

    India beat Bangladesh to set up semifinal with Pakistan

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    Electing to bat, India scored 265 on the back of Shubman Gill's 86 and Abhishek Sharma's 50. The track's two -paced nature was very evident right from the start and after losing fellow opener Manjot Kalra for nine in the fourth over of the match, Shaw and Gill combined for an 86-run stand for the second wicket.
  • First lady skips Davos with Trump

    First lady skips Davos with Trump

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    After skipping out at the last minute on a trip to Davos, Switzerland with President Donald Trump , first lady Melania Trump flew to West Palm Beach on Thursday, according to news reports. The news network also reported that it was an unexpected visit. Melania Trump and the now-president were married on January 22, 2005, a year and a half before Daniels' and the president's first alleged sexual encounter.
  • What's in the White House's latest immigration plan?

    What's in the White House's latest immigration plan?

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    President Donald Trump is expected to highlight his immigration policy in his first State of the Union speech next week. Trump rejected the only bipartisan immigration plan on the table (albeit one that didn't have widespread support in the conference).
  • 62 dogs and cats rescued from hurricane-damaged Puerto Rico

    62 dogs and cats rescued from hurricane-damaged Puerto Rico

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    The deadline for PREPA - along with the Puerto Rico Aqueducts and Sewers Authority (PRASA) and the Commonwealth - to submit the plans is on Wednesday. Offers from companies would then be made and then, in the final phase, the terms of awarding and hiring the selected companies would be negotiated. He added that the improved infrastructure will respond better to natural disasters.
  • Trump's citizenship comments add to immigration confusion on Capitol Hill

    Trump's citizenship comments add to immigration confusion on Capitol Hill

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    The program would set requirements for education, work and good moral character, as defined in the law for seeking US citizenship. Trump also said the about 700,000 young undocumented immigrants, who were brought into the US illegally as children by their parents, should no longer worry about deportation.
  • Was Schumer First To Blink In Shutdown Negotiations?

    Was Schumer First To Blink In Shutdown Negotiations?

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    Hundreds of thousands of USA federal employees will stay home without pay Monday after lawmakers failed to reach an agreement on ending a government shutdown before the start of the working week. MCEVERS: As we look back on these three days, this partial shutdown, I mean, which party comes out of the whole thing a victor? But Senate leaders have been wary of such a move in the past, as it could come back to haunt them the next time the other party holds a majority.
  • Puma Biotechnology (PBYI) PT Set at $142.00 by Credit Suisse Group

    Puma Biotechnology (PBYI) PT Set at $142.00 by Credit Suisse Group

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    It has underperformed by 4.78% the S&P500. This company shares are 46.8% off its target price of $133.44 and the current market capitalization stands at $3.29B. Barclays Capital maintained Altria Group, Inc. The rating was downgraded by Stephens on Wednesday, October 19 to "Equal-Weight". Current price places the company's stock 6.89% away from its 200-day simple moving average, -6.72%, away from the 50-day average and also -1.2% away from 20-day average.
  • 'California is prospering': Gov. Brown gives final State of the State address

    'California is prospering': Gov. Brown gives final State of the State address

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    He largely stayed away from financial doom and gloom but warned that California and the world "are at immediate and genuine risk" from threats such as climate change and war. Brown said, talking up the state's economic growth over both eras of his administration. Brown also touched on the state's devastating fire season last fall, which destroyed thousands of homes up and down the state.
  • Ellen DeGeneres emotionally reveals that her father Elliott has died at 92

    Ellen DeGeneres emotionally reveals that her father Elliott has died at 92

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    DeGeneres went on to talk about her father's kindness and humor. It wasn't unexpected. I was able to say goodbye. She mentions that the whole family only went once on a trip and that was at the Warner Brothers studios. DeGeneres noted that as she left her studio shortly after calling her father, she spotted an unbelievable rainbow in the sky. During the video chat, Winfrey guided DeGeneres and the audience to the east side of her property where she showed that her neighbors' homes appeared ...
  • Turkey and Russia run rings around Trump

    Turkey and Russia run rings around Trump

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    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday that member state Turkey had a right to act in self-defence as Ankara presses a military operation against Kurdish-held positions in northern Syria . At the moment they don't attack us, and that is why we have no reasons to see them as a target. High-level Western sources told The National that Turkey informed Washington of the Afrin operation "after the U.S.
  • US relationship as strong as ever: British PM May

    US relationship as strong as ever: British PM May

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    Through the 2016 campaign, Trump had expressed continued support for a U.S. -U.K. trade agreement in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union. His film's nomination for an Oscar was announced while the director was in Davos , a recognition that he said meant more people can understand Syria and an opportunity for some to discuss the shame and guilt of having the world turn away from its duties to fellow humans suffering the fate of war.
  • Ancestors left Africa earlier than thought

    Ancestors left Africa earlier than thought

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    Researchers on Thursday announced the discovery of the fossil estimated as 177,000 to 194,000 years old, and said the teeth bore telltale traits of Homo sapiens not present in close human relatives alive at the time including Neanderthals.
  • Shades of gray in Turkey's stated Syria goals

    Shades of gray in Turkey's stated Syria goals

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    Islamic State militants meanwhile launched a wave of attacks against government forces in eastern and northern Syria . According to NTV, Erdogan visited the headquarters of the operation and received reports from military commanders.
  • Bigg Boss 11 FINALE: JUST IN! Puneesh Sharma Has Been Eliminated!

    Bigg Boss 11 FINALE: JUST IN! Puneesh Sharma Has Been Eliminated!

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    More than millions tweets have been shared in her support. Bigg Boss stated how good Puneesh has been at not only making, but more importantly maintaining friendships. In the season, Arshi Khan was always seen commenting on many people. Hina Khan is TV actress and singer. However, contestants made her Maa (mother) in the house.
  • Sohrabuddin fake encounter case trial

    Sohrabuddin fake encounter case trial

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    Setting aside the CBI judge's order, Justice Revati Mohite Dere said that public had a right to know what was happening in this case. The Bombay High Court judge on Wednesday said the CBI court had no power to gag the media, and that the defence counsel was unable to show any provision of law to support this.
  • Mixed reaction from Wicklow pubs to Good Friday drinking ban lift

    Mixed reaction from Wicklow pubs to Good Friday drinking ban lift

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    According to RTÉ News on the announcement of the new amendments Minister for State said the change to the law should significantly build tourism, particularly at Easter time as recent figures suggest. "There are no calls from anyone in the license trade to look to do that", he added. Independent TD (Irish member of parliament) Maureen O'Sullivan said the bill went against the government's policy of trying to reduce the harm caused by alcohol.
  • Trump heads to Swiss forum to push economic policies

    Trump heads to Swiss forum to push economic policies

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    May did not offer any comments to the press after her meeting with Trump , but the U.S. president said the White House and 10 Downing Street were "on the same wavelength in every respect". Before her meeting with Mr Trump , Mrs May will deliver a high-profile Davos speech in which she will tell financial investors to consider the social impact of tech companies before putting money in.
  • Trump ordered Mueller's firing, then backed off

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    Steve Bannon , former White House strategist and Trump's 2016 campaign manager, have also agreed to be interviewed by the Mueller team, according to CNN . "He's ready to meet with them, but he'll be guided by the advice of his personal counsel", Cobb said. Trump and his top aides have routinely slammed the probe as nothing more than a witch hunt or a hoax, leading some to question why he hasn't fired Mueller in the first place.
  • Bandh over Mhadei disrupts life in K'taka

    Bandh over Mhadei disrupts life in K'taka

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    Amit Shah warned that when the BJP government comes to power in Karnataka murderers of BJP-RSS worker will not spare. State BJP president B S Yeddyurappa flagged off a rally as part of the Parivarthana convention at Gun house circle on Thursday.
  • PM orders mobilization of all resources to save lives from hospital fire

    PM orders mobilization of all resources to save lives from hospital fire

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    At least 31 people are dead and 50 injured after a fire broke out in the emergency room of a hospital in South Gyeongsang Province on Friday morning. "The victims came both from the hospital and the nursing home ". Video footage and pictures showed the building engulfed by heavy dark smoke and surrounded by multiple fire trucks. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
  • Afghanistan thrash hosts New Zealand by 202 runs to advance into semis

    Afghanistan thrash hosts New Zealand by 202 runs to advance into semis

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    Batting first, Afghanistan scored 309/6, with Rahmanullah Gurbaz , Ibrahim Zadran , Bahir Shah and Asmatullah Omarzai sizzling with the bat by scoring half-centuries. The Afghani bowlers then set out about wrecking the NZ top order, with off spinner Mujeeb Zadran taking 4/14 and leggie Qais Ahmed returning figured of 4/33.
  • Doctors warn against eating Tide Pods

    Doctors warn against eating Tide Pods

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    For all of past year, there were a total of 53 such cases. "They're very attractive", Pace said of the pods. Gronkowski says. "Use Tide pods for washing, not eating". In the first 15 days of the year, poison control centers handled 39 cases of intentional misuse among 13- to 19-year-olds, according to the American Association of Poison Control Centers .
  • Trump attorney: I will decide if Trump sits for interview with Mueller

    Trump attorney: I will decide if Trump sits for interview with Mueller

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    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks during a news conference to discuss "efforts to reduce violent crime" at the Department of Justice in Washington , U.S., December 15, 2017. Since his unceremonious White House exit in August, Bannon has publicly blasted Trump's decision to fire Comey, calling it one of the biggest mistakes in modern political history.
  • Las Vegas shooting victim makes

    Las Vegas shooting victim makes "miraculous" recovery

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    Frank said Jovanna came to him in a dream asking him to not give up on her, and he didn't. A total of 58 people were killed and 851 others hurt during the shooting spree. "On October 1st, part of me changed that night". He asked doctors to keep her on life support to see if she would improve. Miraculously, Jovanna did wake up from her coma and 18 days after the deadly attack, she was transferred home to a hospital in Phoenix.
  • Trump open to path to citizenship for 'Dreamers'

    Trump open to path to citizenship for 'Dreamers'

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    The DACA protections apply to about 700,000 people, but White House officials said there were at least that many illegal immigrants who qualified for the program but did not sign up for it. The president's comments seem to lock in the White House on the generosity of the legalization he envisions for Dreamers. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., said he didn't know and added, "But they're not writing the bill".
  • Zainab's suspected murderer remanded to police custody

    Zainab's suspected murderer remanded to police custody

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    Finding a clue in a complicated serial killing case is like "finding a needle in a haystack", said an investigating official while disclosing what had led to the arrest of the prime suspect in the eight-year-old Zainab's rape and murder case.
  • Rough sleeper numbers in England rise for seventh year running

    Rough sleeper numbers in England rise for seventh year running

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    This year's figures also show nearly one (0.94) in every 1,000 households in Hastings was sleeping rough during autumn 2017, above the national rate of 0.2 rough sleepers to every 1,000 households. According to the below data - released by the Government today - rough sleeping has increased in the county by 317 per cent between 2010 and last autumn.
  • Shutdown lifted as Senate agrees vote on immigration

    Shutdown lifted as Senate agrees vote on immigration

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    Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Dianne Feinstein of California, Kirsten Gillibrand of NY and Cory Booker of New Jersey voted no, as did Independent Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Mr. Trump past year announced that he was ending the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, but gave Congress until March 5 to come up with a legislative fix.
  • Turkey: Two killed, 6 injured in rocket attack from Syria on mosque

    Turkey: Two killed, 6 injured in rocket attack from Syria on mosque

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    The Turkish military forces in Afrin have been fighting against militant groups, including the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG). Ahead of the Turkish offensive, there was a meeting between the Russian and representatives of the Kurdish fighters, during which the Russians proposed the entry of the Syrian army to Afrin to pull the pretext of attacking the Kurdish fighters by Turkey , a demand that was reportedly refused by the Kurds, who said they would defend the areas they ...
  • European Union bans 'sexual orientation testing' for asylum seekers

    European Union bans 'sexual orientation testing' for asylum seekers

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    Hungarian immigration officials were wrong to make a Nigerian asylum seeker undergo psychological tests to determine whether or not he was gay, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Thursday. Judges at the Luxembourg court ruled that the interference was "particularly serious because it is meant to give an insight into the most intimate aspects of the asylum seeker's life".
  • Derailment investigation: Engineer didn't see speed sign

    Derailment investigation: Engineer didn't see speed sign

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    An Amtrak train derailed and fell off of a bridge and onto Interstate 5 near Mounts Road between Lakewood and Olympia Washington Monday December 19, 2017. The conductor was in training and familiarizing himself with the new route when he was in the locomotive with the engineer. There were 78 passengers and seven crew members aboard the train when it hurtled into the curve and derailed, leaving one vehicle dangling above I-5.
  • In a missile crisis, it's important to know your Twitter password

    In a missile crisis, it's important to know your Twitter password

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    Gustafson says his agency has talked to the FCC about how it could, without sending test alerts, find out why some cellphones didn't receive the mistaken alert on January 13 . The missile alert fiasco highlighted flaws both human and technological in the state's civil defense warning system. During the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing on Capitol Hill on Thursday, Lisa Fowlkes , head of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau at the FCC, said she is ...