• Chinese women detained at South Korean airport after plastic surgery
Chinese women detained at South Korean airport after plastic surgery

Post-surgery swelling and bandages put the three women in a hard situation during passport control, when South Korean officers could not identify the women by their IDs. Swelling after facial plastic surgery, in particular rhinoplasty, is an inevitable element of the postoperative period, which also includes bandages, bruises and the need to breath...

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  • Fabricio Werdum steps in for Mark Hunt at UFC Sydney
Fabricio Werdum steps in for Mark Hunt at UFC Sydney

In its statement, the UFC said that "Due to medical concerns, heavyweight contender Mark Hunt has been removed from his UFC Fight Night main event bout against Marcin Tybura on November 19". "I'm disappointed that I have been withdrawn from the fight, I have passed all medicals 2 days ago". The UFC did not specify what Hunt's "medical c...

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  • All Whites face Peru for World Cup place
All Whites face Peru for World Cup place

That result saw Colombia finish fourth in the South America qualifying group, gaining an automatic place for Russian Federation 2018, with fifth-place Peru gaining a play-off match against New Zealand . With only minutes left, Colombian striker Radamel Falcao was spotted talking to the Peru players, and many have speculated online that he ...

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  • A Hole the Size of Maine Just Opened in Antartica's Sea Ice
A Hole the Size of Maine Just Opened in Antartica's Sea Ice

It's not clear at this point if the ice hole is influenced in any way by climate change . "Why was the Weddell polynya present in the 1970s, and then absent until its recent reappearance?" A "polynya" is a large ice-free area that develops in an otherwise frozen sea, and this particular formation is situated in the Weddell Sea, east of the An...

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  • Iran deal's foes in US Congress may be its unlikely saviors
Iran deal's foes in US Congress may be its unlikely saviors

These waivers are part of the deal and represent the U.S.'s commitment to the agreement; in exchange, Iran abides by limits on its nuclear enrichment activities and opens itself to inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency . "The perception is that, look, Gaddafi gave his up and he's dead, and Iran gave theirs up and the United States ...

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  • NYPD to Re-Examine Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Probe, Sources Say
NYPD to Re-Examine Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Probe, Sources Say

The New York Times publishes a story detailing decades of allegations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein . Among the accusations are that he forced women to massage him and watch him naked. Weinstein's accusers include such bold-named actresses as Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and actor/singer Ashley Judd. Weinstein made his ...

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  • U.S. withdraws from UNESCO
U.S. withdraws from UNESCO

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova responded to the move in a lengthy statement, describing it as "a loss for multilateralism". While the United States withdrew from the group, the Trump administration said it wanted to continue providing American perspective and expertise to Unesco, but as a nonmember observer.

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  • In phone call, United Nations chief offers congratulations and support to Palestinian President
In phone call, United Nations chief offers congratulations and support to Palestinian President

The agreement calls for Abbas's presidential guard to assume responsibility of the Rafah crossing on November 1, and for the full handover of administrative control of Gaza to the unity government to be completed by December 1. "We are meeting in Cairo in hopes of formulating a roadmap titled National Reconciliation", wrote Hamas member Izzat Res...

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  • Part of Air Berlin to be sold to Lufthansa
Part of Air Berlin to be sold to Lufthansa

The German flag carrier Lufthansa said it expected to sign an agreement on Thursday to buy parts of Air Berlin , a low-priced carrier that filed for insolvency this summer. Britain's easyJet has a base in Schoenefeld airport in Berlin and has been negotiating the acquisition of between 27 and 30 aircraft, though one report earlier in the week sa...

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  • Punk singer-turned-ISIS recruiter 'killed' in drone strike
Punk singer-turned-ISIS recruiter 'killed' in drone strike

Both Rankine-Galloway and Corbyn were responding to a report Thursday by The Sun that cited Central Intelligence Agency officials in reporting Jones' death - by a drone strike in June near the Syria-Iraq border. She told London's Sunday Times that her older son, who was then 18, stayed in Britain. Azadeh Moaveni, author of the book Lipstic...

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  • Four years after conviction, Talwars set free in Aarushi murder case
Four years after conviction, Talwars set free in Aarushi murder case

A high court bench, comprising Justice B.K. Narayana and Justice A.K. Mishra, had reserved its verdict, in September, in the appeal filed by Aarushi's parents, who were sentenced to life in jail. The chain of evidence they have showcased is inconclusive. The verdict was given under tight security at the Allahabad High Court. Therefore giving th...

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  • EC issues non-bailable arrest warrant against Imran Khan
EC issues non-bailable arrest warrant against Imran Khan

The warrants have been issued for the said date to ensure presence of the PTI chairman before the ECP on the next hearing. In a written response that accompanied the documents, Imran said that he had mentioned the transfer of the money from his account to Jemima's in financial documents submitted before the Election Commission of Pakistan in 2003...

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  • Trump Calls Trudeau `Great Friend' as Nafta Tension Remain High
Trump Calls Trudeau `Great Friend' as Nafta Tension Remain High

U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to exit the pact if he can't get more favorable terms. Mexico strongly opposes such a move, which would damage its own vehicle industry. Rules of origin will be discussed by negotiators today, Sunday and Monday, according to an agenda obtained by Bloomberg. However, a study released on Thurs...

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  • Trump questions tax breaks for NFL: 'Change tax law'
Trump questions tax breaks for NFL: 'Change tax law'

Pence was attending a game in his home state of in between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers. Although the commissioner did not specify if the league will make it mandatory for players to stand during the national anthem, as now it only recommends them to do so, he mentioned that the issue will be discussed at a meeting next week...

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  • India's top court rules sex with a child bride is rape
India's top court rules sex with a child bride is rape

It said "we must not and can not forget the existence of Article 21 of the Constitution which gives a fundamental right to a girl child to live a life of dignity". "The judgement gives a boost to the national campaign of "Beti bachao and beti padhao, '" he added, using a Hindi phrase meaning 'Save the girl child and educate the girl child".

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  • Children's obesity rates in rich countries may have peaked
Children's obesity rates in rich countries may have peaked

The research shows an estimated 74 million boys and 50 million girls are obese worldwide. An additional 213 million children aged 5-19 were overweight past year, but fell below the threshold for obesity, according to the largest ever study, based on height and weight measurements of 129 million people.

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  • Boy Scouts announce historic change to start admitting girls in 2018
Boy Scouts announce historic change to start admitting girls in 2018

Both boys and girls will be allowed to enroll in the program beginning in 2018, with already existing "packs" given the option to create a new female companion "pack". Her once-unlikely dream is about to become reality: the Boy Scouts of America officially announced today that it's letting girls take the oath starting in 2018.

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  • Envoy says U.S. cooperation helped reduce attacks in Turkey
Envoy says U.S. cooperation helped reduce attacks in Turkey

In its statement on Sunday, the Turkish embassy in Washington said: " Recent events have forced the Turkish government to reassess the commitment of the government of the United States to the security of the Turkish mission facilities and personnel".

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  • Bandipora encounter: Two militants and two security force personnel killed
Bandipora encounter: Two militants and two security force personnel killed

They were part of the operation for training goal. Witnesses added that youth clashed with police after the killing of these two militants. Both belonged to Lashkar-e-Toiba militant outfit, he said. Pertinent to mention here that Nasrullah Mir was also involved in stone pelting case FIR numbers 38/2014, 44/2014 and 52/2014 of Police Station Hajin...

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  • Democrat Unveils Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump
Democrat Unveils Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump

The Texas congressman's maneuver was short-lived. As Trump's presidency has worn on, many have called for his impeachment. However, Green could reintroduce the measure at any time, and a spokesman for the lawmaker told Fox News he may do so.

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