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Almost 5.5 million displaced Syrians are hosted by Jordan, Lebanon and other neighboring countries. Jolie told Al Arabiya that countries that host refugees receive a lot of pressure form the worldwide community to return them before its safe.
  • Trump 'tried to fire Russian Federation inquiry chief'

    Trump 'tried to fire Russian Federation inquiry chief'

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    They weren't just idle speculation, as the president and his team assured America , but rather the result of serious deliberations and an actual, eventual attempt to do the deed. There are many more examples . The newspaper reported that Mr Trump demanded Mr Mueller's firing just weeks after the special counsel was first appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein .
  • Hospital visit turns fatal as MRI machine sucks man in

    Hospital visit turns fatal as MRI machine sucks man in

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    His hand got allegedly stuck in the machine along with the cylinder, triggering a massive oxygen leak. The chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has announced Rs. Deputy Municipal Commissioner Sunil Dhamne has set up a committee to probe the incident. Instructions are given. We are conducting an inquiry. Prima facie whatever information I have received, it doesn't look like our staff is at fault.
  • Draymond Green, Le'Veon Bell discuss Michigan State scandal aftermath

    Draymond Green, Le'Veon Bell discuss Michigan State scandal aftermath

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    Michigan State argued that much of Nassar's abuse fell outside the scope of his employment. "Who at Michigan State knew and was aware of what he was doing because they had been told by some of these victims?" Since Nassar's sentencing , school president Lou Anna Simon has resigned and athletic director Mark Hollis has announced his retirement .
  • US Democrats seek to protect Mueller from being fired

    US Democrats seek to protect Mueller from being fired

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    Yet Starr emphasized Trump does have the power to fire Mueller . A whole string of reports and events now suggest Trump has been trying to throw a monkey wrench into or completely derail Mueller's investigation. 2 Republican in the Senate, said that Cornyn still believed that it would be a "mistake" to fire the special counsel. "The only thing I've seen is cooperation going forward", McCarthy told host Chuck Todd .
  • Maryland Basketball: Spartans Slip Past Terrapins Late

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    This is something that affects them. Nassar, the disgraced former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor, was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison last week after more than 150 women and girls said in court that he sexually abused them over the past two decades.
  • Sen. Graham: Mueller Perfect Guy to Get to Bottom of Meddling, Collusion

    Sen. Graham: Mueller Perfect Guy to Get to Bottom of Meddling, Collusion

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    Trump denied on Friday that he had ordered the firing and called reports of the episode "fake news". The president's desire to push Mueller aside wasn't exactly a secret. The president's 2016 campaign has turned over more than 1.4 million pages. Several bills have been introduced in Congress that would shield Mueller and his investigation from White House interference, but anywhere.
  • Attacker driving ambulance packed with explosives kills dozens in Kabul

    Attacker driving ambulance packed with explosives kills dozens in Kabul

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    Kabul is still reeling from shock and mourning, a day after a suicide bomb attack killed more than 100 people and wounded at least 235. A spokesman from the public health ministry confirmed 40 dead and 140 wounded had been brought to city hospitals, and victims were still being brought in, according to local news agency TOLO.
  • Senate to vote on abortion ban after 20 weeks

    Senate to vote on abortion ban after 20 weeks

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    Frank) Republican Senator Joni Ernst reacts after the results of the Senate race in the US midterm elections in West Des Moines, Iowa, November 4, 2014. The Susan B. Anthony List has vowed to take its fight for the ban to senators. Planned Parenthood officials say almost 99 percent of abortions occur before 21 weeks of pregnancy, and that those later on often involve severe fetal abnormalities or serious health risks to the woman.
  • 25-year-old Detroit officer Glenn Doss dies from injuries

    25-year-old Detroit officer Glenn Doss dies from injuries

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    He did what we expect each and every officer to do: To go out and serve this community with distinction and honor. Duggan said Doss "was everything that is good about Detroit ". He then took a stance and fired shots at the police squad vehicle, hitting Doss. The officer's partner, Samuel Anderson, took him to Detroit Receiving Hospital.
  • Controversy over serving beef cutlets in Alapuzha college

    Controversy over serving beef cutlets in Alapuzha college

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    Now, a group of north Indian students at an engineering college in Alappuzha district has complained that they were deliberately served beef cutlets at a seminar. A complaint has been lodged saying that some North Indian students were tricked into eating beef during a college event here. "They might have eaten it by mistake, but I am sure they were told that beef cutlets were also being served at the seminar".
  • Kabul Attack: Death toll rises to 103

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    An interior ministry spokesman blamed the Haqqani network, a militant group affiliated with the Taliban which Afghan and Western officials consider to be behind numerous biggest attacks on urban targets in Afghanistan . Security officials have warned of possible further attacks. Afghan authorities gave an updated toll Sunday for those killed and maimed in the huge blast.
  • Anastasiades, Malas to contest Cyprus presidential election run-off

    Anastasiades, Malas to contest Cyprus presidential election run-off

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    Malas beat out the conservative, populist Democratic Party candidate Nikolas Papadopoulos, who takes a harder line on terms for reunifying the island's Greek and Turkish sides. Back then, he clinched a deal with worldwide creditors for a 10 billion euro ($12.4bn) bailout, contingent upon shutting Laiki, the republic's second-biggest bank, and imposing losses on depositors to recapitalise top lender Bank of Cyprus.
  • Kendrick Lamar set to open Grammy Awards with U2 and Dave Chappelle

    Kendrick Lamar set to open Grammy Awards with U2 and Dave Chappelle

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    This year, congratulatory speeches and red carpet interviews have already reflected a serious tone. For a red-carpet live stream, you don't need to look any further than the Facebook embed below! And what about the main show? The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be held tomorrow, January 28.
  • Fitness tracker Strava lights up military base

    Fitness tracker Strava lights up military base

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    It appears to show the structure of foreign military bases in countries like Syria and Afghanistan, as soldiers move around inside. And since the map is a heatmap, you can also see the degree of exercise activity around a particular area-for example, if there's a running route in your neighborhood that's exceedingly popular, it would appear much more prominently on Strava's data visualization than your occasional jogs around the block.
  • Rob Gronkowski Returns To Patriots Practice, But Still In Concussion Protocol

    Rob Gronkowski Returns To Patriots Practice, But Still In Concussion Protocol

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    And, with just one win from a Super Bowl champion title, it may be time for Johnson, or Bud Light, to make good on that promise. I called him before I hit free agency and I said , 'hey, I don't want to waste your time. "We're just trying to get the win", defensive lineman Trey Flowers said on Friday. The Philadelphia Eagles will gather Sunday afternoon, board a plane and head to a destination many experts thought they wouldn't get to this year: the Super Bowl.
  • Police Find Dismembered Body Of Woman Stuffed In Suitcases Inside Car

    Police Find Dismembered Body Of Woman Stuffed In Suitcases Inside Car

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    They race to the scene and discovered the butchered mum inside two suitcases in a black BMW . The suspect has not been identified and remained in custody, police said. 'Her son, I mean, I don't know if he comprehends that she's never going to come back , ' another friend told KPTV. " It takes an evil, evil person to do something like that ".
  • Trump would be 'tougher' on Brexit

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    The comments could be seized on by Brexiteers to urge the Prime Minister to be harder in Brexit talks, but Remainers could attack Leavers for sharing views with the controversial and divisive president. Fox News later confirmed with 10 Downing Street that officials are working together on finalizing the details for a United Kingdom visit by Trump this year.
  • WWE legend could make spectacular comeback in Royal Rumble

    WWE legend could make spectacular comeback in Royal Rumble

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    There can only be one victor - this year a second with the women's rumble match - Sunday at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia starting at 7 p.m. on the WWE Network. A match that takes 30 different WWE talents, throws them into a ring a "random" order and lets the victor go on to main event WrestleMania that year provides a high-stakes environment where anything and everything can happen.
  • Congress Must Clarify `Cost' If Trump Fires Mueller, Gates Says

    Congress Must Clarify `Cost' If Trump Fires Mueller, Gates Says

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    Senators also urged special counsel Robert Mueller (MUHL'-ur) to review whether Trump tried to fire him last June, describing the allegation as a grievous offense, if true. He's having a hard time with that. 'Oh, yeah, if he fired Mueller without cause, ' Graham replied. "The most important thing Congress can do right now is to ensure that Special Counsel Mueller's investigation continues uninterrupted and unimpeded", Schumer said.
  • First lady Melania Trump makes unexpected Florida trip after skipping Davos

    First lady Melania Trump makes unexpected Florida trip after skipping Davos

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    Porn star on Megyn Kelly's portion of the Today show on January 16 and talked about how Daniels called her from Trump's hotel room, wanting her to come along. Melania's self-imposed isolation has extended even to social media. I've enjoyed the people I've been lucky enough to meet throughout our great country & the world!' she wrote.
  • Marco Rubio fires chief of staff over misconduct allegations

    Marco Rubio fires chief of staff over misconduct allegations

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    The allegations included threats to withhold employment benefits, the senator said, without elaborating further in a statement. Politico notes that Reed (who joined Rubio's staff during the 2016 presidential campaign) has been replaced on an interim basis by Jessica Fernandez, who has served on Rubio's staff for several years and now serves as his deputy chief of staff.
  • Governor General of Canada will cheer on Canadian athletes in PyeongChang

    Governor General of Canada will cheer on Canadian athletes in PyeongChang

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    Colorado natives Katie Uhlaender ( skeleton ) and Lindsey Vonn ( alpine skiing) will both be competing in their fourth Olympic games. Russian Federation took 232 athletes to the 2014 Sochi Games. As usual, the bulk of Team USA comes from the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association: 22 Alpine skiers, 29 freestyle skiers and 26 snowboarders. Team USA will compete in 97 sporting events out of the total 102.
  • Top GOP senator: Special counsel Mueller is 'perfect guy' for Russian Federation probe

    Top GOP senator: Special counsel Mueller is 'perfect guy' for Russian Federation probe

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    Pressed on her reaction to a CNN report that Trump has been talking about firing Rosenstein out of frustration with the probe, Collins added, "Well, if that's true, that obviously would be a bad mistake". The move led to the appointment of a special counsel in May 2017, a development that continues to infuriate the President. "We continue to cooperate with the Special counsel and out of respect for that process will not weigh in further".
  • Netanyahu slams Polish plan to outlaw phrase 'Polish death camp'

    Netanyahu slams Polish plan to outlaw phrase 'Polish death camp'

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    Holocaust survivors interviewed in Israel's best-selling daily, Yedioth Ahronoth, gave first-hand accounts of how Poles refused them help or turned them over to German authorities. Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs conveyed to Kozlowski the "particularly surprising and miserable" timing of the law, pointing out that Friday was the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
  • Padmaavat violence: Rewari Karni Sena president arrested

    Padmaavat violence: Rewari Karni Sena president arrested

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    After the film successfully released all over the country despite strong protest and threats from Karni Sena, violence spread out in some city with the members of the group setting cars on fire and throwing stones on school bus woth children on board.
  • Morocco seal semis spot at African Nations Championship

    Morocco seal semis spot at African Nations Championship

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    Morocco striker Ayoub El Kaby scored the first goal on 36 minutes when a quick free kick caught Namibia's defence asleep, while a Salaheddine Saidi header early on 52 minutes made it 2-0. Morocco topped Group A with seven points after hammering Mauritania 4-0 and Guinea 3-1 before drawing 0-0 with Sudan in their final match in the group-stage.
  • Flu shot guidance for babies, children

    Flu shot guidance for babies, children

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    While flu vaccination is the most important way to prevent influenza, antiviral drugs are the most important way to treat influenza infection. People planning to visit there or other countries where the flu is spreading in the near future should consult with physicians familiar with travel health on the need for vaccinations or taking preventive medication two to four weeks before departure, the CDC suggested.
  • Dozens killed as Afghan militants target Kabul with ambulance bomb

    Dozens killed as Afghan militants target Kabul with ambulance bomb

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    According to Afghanistan's TOLO News , the explosive laden ambulance was detonated between two checkpoints outside the old Ministry of Interior building close to Sedarat Square, close to well known Chicken Street. It was the second checkpoint at which he detonated the device. "The perpetrators of these attacks and their supporters should be brought to justice", said Raveesh Kumar, spokesperson of the MEA.
  • Afghanistan: Blast Rocks Kabul Near Foreign Embassies, Casualties Feared

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    Reaffirming Washington's commitment regarding Afghanistan , US President Donald Trump has said the cruelty of the Taliban would not prevail and urged countries to take decisive actions against the terrorist group and the infrastructure. Witnesses near the city centre said they heard at least three explosions, Al Jazeera reported. Earlier in the day, a massive explosion hit the Afghan capital after a bomb-laden vehicle detonated near the old building of country's Interior Ministry.
  • CPI asks CM to sever ties with NDA

    CPI asks CM to sever ties with NDA

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    In the recent past, the TDP has faced criticism from BJP leaders such as former Union minister D. Purandeswarion issues such as cost escalation and delay in completion of the Polavaram project. Referring to Mr. Naidu's remarks that he would approach the court if the special package was not implemented in toto, he said SCS or special package could be achieved only when Mr.
  • Karnataka government gives in, withdraws circular on dropping cases against minorities

    Karnataka government gives in, withdraws circular on dropping cases against minorities

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    Rejecting the reports, Karnataka Minister Ramalinga Reddy had on Saturday said that it was not a circular but a reminder. A day after the withdrawal of the controversial circular issued on dropping cases registered against "innocent minorities", Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of giving caste and communal colour to the issue to defame the State government.
  • United Kingdom finance minister Hammond says Brexit must be

    United Kingdom finance minister Hammond says Brexit must be "pragmatic"

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    Amid a febrile atmosphere among Tory MPs at Westminster, the latest Brexit feuding will make Theresa May's position increasingly perilous as more backbenchers are urged to join a mutiny against her. First, on forging new security and defence partnerships without waiting for the transition to end; second, to update the directives depending on progress - a line that diplomats said meant that Britain would not necessarily be shoved off a "cliff edge" in 2021 if a new trade agreement was not ...
  • 8 killed in clashes between Iran's security forces, IS militants

    8 killed in clashes between Iran's security forces, IS militants

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    The attackers in the June assault were all Iranian Kurds from the Kurdish region of western Iran near the Iraqi border. "In the shoot-out which is still going on, most members of the cell have been arrested", asserts the statement. On June 7, 2017, six militants attacked Iran's parliament and Imam Khomeini mausoleum in the capital Tehran , killing at least 17 and injuring 52 others.
  • 5 dead after auto wash shooting in Pennsylvania, police say

    5 dead after auto wash shooting in Pennsylvania, police say

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    At least one other person was wounded and was taken to a hospital, but further details on that person's condition were not immediately released. The station reported that the shooting took place at around 3 a.m. But WPXI reported that the alleged gunman might be among those who were killed. Multiple people were killed in the overnight shooting, which reportedly took place at a vehicle wash.