• White House on CNN's Christmas party boycott
White House on CNN's Christmas party boycott

Nearby was the Trump family Christmas card, along with cards from past presidents. The bakers at White House made a huge gingerbread in the shape of the Presidential residence. Trump chose every detail of the decor and did a final check late Sunday after returning from the family's Thanksgiving at their estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

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  • Kopardi rape and murder case: All accused sentenced to death
Kopardi rape and murder case: All accused sentenced to death

Special public prosecutor Mr Nikam said that Shinde got the death sentence for the offences of rape and murder while the other two were given death for conspiring, encouraging Shinde and abetting the murder. After the horrifying incident came to light, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced that a fast-track court would hear the cas...

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  • Eight skeletonised bodies in fishing boat drift onto Japanese beach
Eight skeletonised bodies in fishing boat drift onto Japanese beach

When spotted on a beach Sunday morning, the wooden vessel was so battered that some of bodies had been reduced to just bone, according to Japan's Kyodo News . Pyongyang has regularly claimed that those washing up on the shores of neighboring countries from North Korea are not attempting to flee but rather have simply made navigational errors.

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  • City, Reynolds Reach Deal In Castile Shooting
City, Reynolds Reach Deal In Castile Shooting

The pair was in the auto with Castile when he was shot to death during a traffic stop by then-St. During the stop, Yanez asked Castile to show him his driver's license and insurance information, at which point Castile told Yanez he had a firearm, which he was legally licensed to carry.

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  • Donkeys jailed after eating expensive plants on prison grounds
Donkeys jailed after eating expensive plants on prison grounds

The cheeky chaps were orignally detained for allegedly eating thousands of pounds worth of plants that were supposed to go outside the Urai Jail in the Jalaun district of the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. RK Mishra, head of the jail, said: 'These donkeys had destroyed some very expensive plants which our senior officer had arranged for pl...

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  • Without taking your keys how thieves can steal your vehicle
Without taking your keys how thieves can steal your vehicle

West Midlands Police have released a video showing a auto being stolen - in minutes - from a drive way in Solihull. "The car's systems are then tricked into thinking that the key is present and so it is unlocked", police said in the Facebook video post.

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  • Police In Melbourne Foil Alleged 'New Year's Eve Terror Plot'
Police In Melbourne Foil Alleged 'New Year's Eve Terror Plot'

Police describe the suspect as someone who would "become particularly energised when overseas [terror] events occurred", and who was associated with "other persons in the Victorian extremists community", The Sydney Morning Herald reports.

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  • 16 die on OH roads during Thanksgiving travel period
16 die on OH roads during Thanksgiving travel period

Troopers reported 542 arrests for impaired driving. The same district continued to lead the state in seat belt and child restraint violations. He was pronounced dead at the scene. On Sunday, Nov. 26, the left rear tire failed on a Ford pickup driven by James E. Hutson, 91, from Bogue Chitto, while traveling south on Interstate 55 in Lincoln County ...

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  • Corea del Nord, lanciato un missile balistico
Corea del Nord, lanciato un missile balistico

Il regime di Pyongyang , fanno notare i media nipponici, è stato relativamente calmo negli scorsi mesi. È quanto scrive l'agenzia di stampa sudcoreana Yonhap , citando l'esercito della Corea del Sud che sta preparando un'esercitazione missilistica "per un raid di precisione" in risposta al lancio.

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  • Police step up search for missing 3-year-old in North Carolina
Police step up search for missing 3-year-old in North Carolina

She was last seen wearing white and pink panties, according to the alert. A report from ABC 13 says Mariah lives with her mom and her mom's boyfriend. Kristy Woods went to check on Mariah the following morning, but found her missing. The search for Mariah has passed the 24-hour mark, which is significant in missing child investigations.

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  • Egyptian security delegation visits Gaza
Egyptian security delegation visits Gaza

Abbas wants the PA to be in full control of all weapons and security in the Gaza Strip, but Hamas is refusing to give up its arsenal. "These weapons will be moved to the West Bank to fight the occupation". A top official from the Egyptian Intelligence Services has arrived in Gaza in an effort to prevent the unraveling of the reconciliation agreem...

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  • The last message of the missing submarine
The last message of the missing submarine

Hopes dimmed, however, when the submarine did not surface after a week and no sign of the vessel was found; the San Juan only had a seven-day oxygen supply when it lost contact. A total of 15 countries, including the United States, Britain, Russia and France, are helping to search for the ARA San Juan , which has 44 crew members on board.

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  • Hyderabad Metro: Works on two corridors picks up pace
Hyderabad Metro: Works on two corridors picks up pace

Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the first phase of Hyderabad Metro Rail here on Tuesday. According to Telangana's Information Technology Minister K T Rama Rao, the trains will run from 6 am to 10 pm initially which would later be rescheduled to 5.30 am to 11 pm, depending on the traffic and demand.

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  • Federal Judge Says US Military Must Accept Transgender Troops In New Year
Federal Judge Says US Military Must Accept Transgender Troops In New Year

Trump announced his decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military in "any capacity" in a tweet in July. Transgender service members are anxious that their new commander-in-chief is attempting to reverse the policy and transgender people may not be able to serve in "any capacity".

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  • Meghan Markle Peace Out, 'Suits' ... I'm a Royal Now!!!
Meghan Markle Peace Out, 'Suits' ... I'm a Royal Now!!!

Mr Knauf said the day would be a "fun and joyful" occasion for family and friends, and Prince Harry and Ms Markle "want the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too". No final date has been announced, and Kensington Palace is yet to reveal who will conduct the service, although it is likely it w...

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  • Lee Ming-che could be given 'heavy' sentence
Lee Ming-che could be given 'heavy' sentence

The court said both men stated that they would not appeal their sentences. The European Parliament passed a resolution in July calling upon China to release Lee. That would be a "political calculation" rather than a change in China's Taiwan policy, he said. According to Article 54 of the Criminal Law of China, being deprived of political rights...

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  • The White House wants to ban cell phones, citing security risk
The White House wants to ban cell phones, citing security risk

White House staff said they feared being accused of using government resources to make important personal calls, and that personal calls made on work phones could potentially be made public because of record-keeping procedures. Cell phones issued by the White House can not send text messages, and the computer network denies access to Gmail , Goog...

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  • Russian jet caused 'violent turbulence' for USA plane, military says
Russian jet caused 'violent turbulence' for USA plane, military says

The Russian Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jet reportedly crossed in front of the U.S. P-8A Poseidon aircraft on November 25, flying as close as 50 feet, and turned on its afterburners, Lt. "After being identified by a Russian fighter, the USA reconnaissance plane changed its route and set course away from Russia's airspace", TASS reported, citing the Russia...

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  • Fatal protest in Islamabad injures hundreds
Fatal protest in Islamabad injures hundreds

Social media platforms also appeared to be temporarily suspended. However, the letter states that before troops are deployed, there are a "few aspects meriting deliberation", such as how the "police has not been utilized to its full capacity" in dealing with the religious protesters.

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  • Republicans push tax bill forward, Trump hails GOP 'love fest'
Republicans push tax bill forward, Trump hails GOP 'love fest'

Republican committee members quickly left the room after the vote as Democrats complained about a lack of discussion on a bill that would overhaul the US tax code and add an estimated $1.4 trillion to the $20 trillion national debt over 10 years.

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