Brexit negotiators can’t bear to think of opening up talks again
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Brexit negotiators can’t bear to think of opening up talks again

Michel Barnier, chief negotiator for the European Union (EU), speaks while holding the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement during a news conference in Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday, Nov. 14,…

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US prosecutors charge Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, reveals court document
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US prosecutors charge Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, reveals court document

Assange, who had leaked tons of classified documents in 2010, has been living in hiding in Ecuador. American prosecutors have obtained a sealed indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian…

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Scam Artists Prey on the ‘Better Nature of Our Angels’
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Scam Artists Prey on the ‘Better Nature of Our Angels’

Scam artists prey on the innocent year around but they come out in droves during the holidays. They portray themselves as helpers. The Bible warns against these individuals…

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CNN sues Trump administration over revoked credentials of correspondent Jim Acosta
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CNN sues Trump administration over revoked credentials of correspondent Jim Acosta

A White House staff member reaches for the microphone held by CNN’s Jim Acosta as he questions US President Donald Trump during a news conference. (Reuters) CNN filed…

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Donald Trump, after visit, slams France’s Emmanuel Macron as relations sour
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Donald Trump, after visit, slams France’s Emmanuel Macron as relations sour

US President Donald Trump with French President Emmanuel Macron at Elysee presidential palace, as part of the commemoration ceremony for Armistice Day, in Paris, France, November 10, 2018.…

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Germany: Male nurse suspected of killing 6 elderly patients
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Germany: Male nurse suspected of killing 6 elderly patients

The suspect, previously identified as Grzegorz Stanislaw Wolsztajn, denies intending to kill them, police said. He is also being charged with three cases of serious bodily harm. (File)…

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China decides to shelve plans of lifting ban on trade of rhino horn, tiger parts
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China decides to shelve plans of lifting ban on trade of rhino horn, tiger parts

Beijing had banned the trade of tiger bones and rhino horns, both prized in traditional Chinese medicine, 25 years ago as part of global efforts to halt declining…

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Pregnant Indian-origin woman killed in UK arrow attack, medics save baby
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Pregnant Indian-origin woman killed in UK arrow attack, medics save baby

Sana Muhammad married her husband Imtiaz Muhammad around seven years ago. She was known as Devi Unmathallegadoo prior to that.  A pregnant Indian-origin woman has been killed after…

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‘India best trade negotiators, Modi a friend’, says Donald Trump at White House Diwali celebrations
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‘India best trade negotiators, Modi a friend’, says Donald Trump at White House Diwali celebrations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump. (File) Describing India as “best trade negotiators”, US President Donald Trump Tuesday commended the relations of the two countries…

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US senators alarmed if China gets control of Djibouti port
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US senators alarmed if China gets control of Djibouti port

A tiny nation strategically located at the entrance to the Red Sea on the route to the Suez Canal, Djibouti became home to China’s first overseas military base…

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