• NYPD tracks down couple who lost ring down grate during engagement
NYPD tracks down couple who lost ring down grate during engagement

The ring then fell about eight feet down a grate and the incident was caught on nearby security cameras. The NYPD says a couple, whose wedding proposal went horribly wrong, will get their happy ending after all. They also wanted to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who stopped to help look at the scene. But that's not quite what's happen...

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  • Leaked messages convince Central Intelligence Agency that Mohammed bin Salman ordered Khashoggi killing
Leaked messages convince Central Intelligence Agency that Mohammed bin Salman ordered Khashoggi killing

But, while leaders appeared to ignore Prince Mohammed on stage during the "family photo", many went on to have closed-door bilateral meetings with him during the two-day summit. President Donald Trump, who also has been briefed on the CIA's findings, has been equivocal in assigning blame to the crown prince, who works closely with the president's s...

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  • 'We Waited for You': Political Cartoonist Honors George H.W. Bush
'We Waited for You': Political Cartoonist Honors George H.W. Bush

As the war neared an end in January 1945, Bush married sweetheart Barbara Pierce. Bush's living children are George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, Dorothy "Doro" Bush Koch, Neil Bush, and Marvin Bush. However, he continued the policy of banning those living with HIV and AIDS from entering the United States. Panelo then remembered the words of Bush when the...

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  • Syria walks back claim of downed Israeli fighter jet
Syria walks back claim of downed Israeli fighter jet

This was reported by the RIA Novosti news Agency with reference to own sources in the security cap. On Thursday evening, Syria's national TV said the Syrian air defence missiles responded to a contentious missile strike, noting that all enemy targets were destroyed and that the foreign attack did not achieve its intended goal.

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  • South Korean train starts joint survey of North Korean railways
South Korean train starts joint survey of North Korean railways

North Korea had entered into agreements with regional powers in 1994 and in 2005 to dismantle its nuclear program in return for economic benefits and diplomatic rewards, but those deals broke down after Pyongyang clandestinely continued to pursue building weapons of mass destruction.

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  • Pompeo Says There’s No ‘Direct Evidence’ Linking Prince to Khashoggi's Death
Pompeo Says There’s No ‘Direct Evidence’ Linking Prince to Khashoggi's Death

Prince Mohammed s presence at the worldwide summit has been contentious following the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at a Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October. The report said it was unclear in the excerpts if the comments came directly from the crown prince or were from someone describing the communications.

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  • Imran Khan: Won’t allow terrorists to use Pakistan soil to attack India
Imran Khan: Won’t allow terrorists to use Pakistan soil to attack India

Dialogue is the only option for Pakistan and India to move forward on the path of peace, he stressed. On the other hand, Imran was dismissive of observations that, despite all the positive talk, Pakistan is providing a safe harbour to terrorists such as Hafiz Saeed and Dawood Ibarhim.

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  • Former US President George HW Bush dies at 94
Former US President George HW Bush dies at 94

He was succeeded by Democrat Bill Clinton. Just one day after the former first lady's funeral, Bush was hospitalised for blood infection on April 23, and remained there for 13 days. "President @GeorgeHWBush was very pleased to receive President @BarackObama this afternoon during his visit to #Houston". It was during the presidency of his son, G...

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  • Street By Saudi Embassy In US Could Be Renamed
Street By Saudi Embassy In US Could Be Renamed "Jamal Khashoggi Way"

Jamal Khashoggi , a United States resident, was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October. Video of their meeting shows the two speaking in hushed tones with their heads close together, Mr Macron looking the crown prince in the eye and Prince Mohammed nodding his head and at times smiling.

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  • 100-day performance: PM Imran ensures to uplift the weak, provide justice
100-day performance: PM Imran ensures to uplift the weak, provide justice

Khan, flanked by some of his federal ministers at the historic ceremony, addressed a large audience - which included diplomats, Indian ministers, and Sikhs - and stressed that "it would be insanity to think of a war between two countries with nuclear weapons".

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  • China hopes for positive results from U.S. talks at G20
China hopes for positive results from U.S. talks at G20

But U.S. officials including Kudlow have also repeatedly said in recent weeks that any agreement to fully resolve trade differences between the U.S. and China would likely take months of hard negotiations to reach. Rumblings of resistance to Trump's isolationist agenda were apparent as French President Emmanuel Macron said he would convene his fe...

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  • Mississippi Republican overcomes gaffes to win final 2018 Senate race
Mississippi Republican overcomes gaffes to win final 2018 Senate race

He urged her to apologize for her comment about being willing to join a supporter in the front row of a public hanging , according to a person briefed on the call. Doug Jones successfully employed last year in Alabama to become the first Democrat elected to the Senate from that state in 25 years. "Mississippi was one of the last two states...

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  • Cohen's Trump Tower Lies Were Part Of Mueller's Questions For Trump
Cohen's Trump Tower Lies Were Part Of Mueller's Questions For Trump

The president also said he had not explicitly offered a pardon to Manafort, but: "I'm not taking anything off the table". Robert Mueller is evidently digging into the Trump Tower deal in Moscow. He said that he did not end up doing the Trump Tower project, but that he was within his rights to conduct business during the presidential campaign.

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  • Ivanka Trump says her private emails not like Clinton's
Ivanka Trump says her private emails not like Clinton's

White House adviser Ivanka Trump claimed in an interview with ABC News that was published on Wednesday that she did nothing wrong when she used a personal email address for official government business. They set up personal emails with the domain "ijkfamily.com" through a Microsoft system in December 2016, after Trump won the presidency a...

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  • Video shows gender reveal that started Arizona wildfire
Video shows gender reveal that started Arizona wildfire

When the explosive target was shot, it sparked the fire - which started on state land and spread to private property. A figure in the video , who is blocked out, is later seen running into the field as another person off-camera yells out, "Start packing up".

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  • Ukraine says Russian Federation may be preparing to launch a large-scale ground invasion
Ukraine says Russian Federation may be preparing to launch a large-scale ground invasion

The move came after Russian forces fired on, boarded and captured three of Kiev's ships on Sunday off the coast of Crimea, sparking the most unsafe crisis between the ex-Soviet neighbours in years. A court in the Russian-annexed Crimea region on Tuesday ordered that several Ukrainian sailors be remanded for two months, pending trial, after thei...

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  • Manafort reportedly visited WikiLeaks' Assange in lead-up to election
Manafort reportedly visited WikiLeaks' Assange in lead-up to election

Assange has been holed up at the embassy since 2012 out of fear that should he leave, he would be extradited to the United States and face charges for leaking thousands of classified documents. And weeks before that, his son Donald Trump Jr., son-in-law Jared Kushner and Manafort had met with Russians at Trump's campaign headquarters in NY after ...

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  • Cindy Hyde-Smith gets boost from Donald Trump at MS rally
Cindy Hyde-Smith gets boost from Donald Trump at MS rally

Gov. Phil Bryant said those responsible for hanging the nooses and placing the signs outside the Capitol would be "identified and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law" in an emailed statement to the Mississippi Clarion Ledger . President Trump is traveling to Tupelo and Biloxi in MS to attend rallies for Hyde-Smith. Dianne Swennumson a...

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  • ‘We Will Close the Border Permanently if Need Be’
‘We Will Close the Border Permanently if Need Be’

The president is putting more pressure on Mexico, warning that he might close the southern border "permanently" if necessary. "Congress, fund the WALL!" United States authorities have re-opened the San Ysidro port of entry into Mexico after briefly closing it following an attempt by hundreds of migrants to breach a fence, the Customs and Border P...

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  • USA border agents pushed Migrants back with tear gas and rubber bullets
USA border agents pushed Migrants back with tear gas and rubber bullets

On Sunday, U.S. border agents fired gas into Mexico to deter hundreds of Central American asylum seekers from drawing closer to the U.S. border. Now, Trump has responded to the whole ordeal. US officials closed the border crossing at San Ysidro for several hours at the end of last week. "Congress, fund the WALL! " the president tweeted on Mon...

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  • Four dead after gunmen attack Chinese consulate in Pakistan
Four dead after gunmen attack Chinese consulate in Pakistan

Separately, at least 35 people were killed and more than 50 wounded in a bomb attack on a crowded market in a town in Pakistan's northwest. The spokesperson said that the Consulate staff were safe and condoled the death of the two Pakistani policemen.

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  • Saudi Arabia's crown prince leaves on first foreign tour since Khashoggi murder
Saudi Arabia's crown prince leaves on first foreign tour since Khashoggi murder

He wouldn't comment on U.S. President Donald Trump's defense of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , accused by U.S. intelligence officials of ordering the writer's killing. Trump also maintained distance with Saudi Arabia's accusations against Khashoggi, claiming that he was "an enemy of the state" and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, wh...

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  • First Lady Melania Trump Faces Backlash for Thanksgiving Tweet
First Lady Melania Trump Faces Backlash for Thanksgiving Tweet

President Trump has also railed against the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, to which Tigar belongs and which has reversed many of his administration's most controversial orders such as the "Muslim travel ban", and rescinding the Deferred Action against Childhood Arrivals.

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  • Trump team turns over written answers to Mueller's questions
Trump team turns over written answers to Mueller's questions

His legal team has been negotiating the terms of answering questions with Mueller's team for months. Since assuming office, the president has spent 149 days at Mar-a-Lago or one of his other golf resorts, according to the website TrumpGolfCount .

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  • Gender activist Trupti Desai stuck at Cochin airport
Gender activist Trupti Desai stuck at Cochin airport

And it paid off. Trupti Desai and her six colleagues reportedly landed at 4:30 this morning to carry out her plan to enter the Sabarimala temple. A large number of protestors barred Trupti and her colleagues coming out of the airport. But the protests are also political. Eventually, after being stuck for the entire day , Desai boarded a ...

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