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

According to the police sources all the staff of Chinese Consulate remained safe in the incident. "We have two cops brought dead and security guard injured due to blast impact", Seemin Jamali, a doctor at the Jinnah Hospital in Karachi , told Reuters on Friday.

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  • China's president makes first visit to Philippines
China's president makes first visit to Philippines

Duterte joked that his daughter is shy, but he believes she would be willing to sing the Chinese song for the visiting Chinese President, and he would let her start practicing immediately. Critics are most concerned over Duterte's decision to set aside a major 2016 ruling from an worldwide tribunal that declared as without basis Beijing's expansive...

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  • Federal judge blocks Trump's asylum ban
Federal judge blocks Trump's asylum ban

Nielsen , the Department of Homeland Security has a documented pattern, practice, and policy of turning asylum-seekers away from official ports of entry at the USA border with Mexico, thus pushing many asylum-seekers to cross the border without authorization in order to reach relative safety".

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  • India Furious With Pak; Officials Harassed, Kept Away From Sikh Pilgrims
India Furious With Pak; Officials Harassed, Kept Away From Sikh Pilgrims

A Sikh Jatha of about 3800 pilgrims is on their way to Pakistan to celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak Devji, and pay obeisance at Gurdwara Nankana Sahib . Indian central government will build the corridor on its side as an "integrated development project". UNESCO to be requested to publish Shri Guru Nanak Devji's writings in world languages.

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  • Trump complains about migrants, courts, trade in Thanksgiving call to troops
Trump complains about migrants, courts, trade in Thanksgiving call to troops

A spokeswoman for U.S. Army North, which oversees the Army's part of the deployment, said that Thursday would be a "light-duty day" for troops deployed along the border, meaning they would be asked to do little, if any, work. "What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing be...

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  • Congress to probe Ivanka Trump’s private email use in WH
Congress to probe Ivanka Trump’s private email use in WH

The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that Trump's eldest daughter and adviser to the President, Ivanka Trump, used a personal email account to send hundreds of emails to White House aides previous year. Trump's email use, much of which first came to light past year, included exchanges on her personal account with Cabinet secretaries, as wel...

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  • Trump wanted Justice Department to prosecute Hillary Clinton AND James Comey
Trump wanted Justice Department to prosecute Hillary Clinton AND James Comey

But department officials reported declined this request. Trump had initially pushed for the prosecutions in June, according to the report . On CNN , New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman says Trump wanted to prosecute Clinton for the far right wing's fake "Uranium One" story, and Comey for "leaking".

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  • Sen. Hirono Joins Lawsuit Against Attorney General Appointment
Sen. Hirono Joins Lawsuit Against Attorney General Appointment

Legal experts and progressive advocacy groups immediately raised alarm at the prospect of Whitaker overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe, given that he argued in an opinion piece previous year that the investigation has gone "too far".

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  • There’s a turkey in the White House as Trump grants poultry pardons
There’s a turkey in the White House as Trump grants poultry pardons

Peas won in an "a fair and open election ", Trump said , adding: "Unfortunately carrots refused to concede and demanded a recount". A spokesman for Virginia Tech said their deaths were "not surprising given the short life expectancy of domestic turkeys".

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  • American 'Preacher' Killed by Isolated Tribe After Illegally Traveling to Remote Island
American 'Preacher' Killed by Isolated Tribe After Illegally Traveling to Remote Island

The Indian government adopted a policy of "isolation with minimal intervention" toward the Sentinelese and several other tribes in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, which are located in the Bay of Bengal off the eastern coast of India . In 2006, two fishermen illegally fishing in the area were caught by the Sentinelese and killed. The Sentinele...

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  • South Korean Kim Jong Yang elected new head of Interpol
South Korean Kim Jong Yang elected new head of Interpol

And the Foreign Office threw its weight behind South Korean candidate Kim Jong-yang. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also officially endorsed Kim Jong Yang, now serving as interim president. "I don't think that a president from Russian Federation will help to reduce such violations". Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who on Monday stated that ...

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  • Sarah Palin Piles Into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Fumbling 'Basic Civics'
Sarah Palin Piles Into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Fumbling 'Basic Civics'

But on MSNBC's All In on Monday evening, Ocasio-Cortez said she is "not totally bought into the concept" of blocking Pelosi just for the sake of denying her the Speakership. When Beck suggested perhaps she meant South Korea, Palin replied, "Yes, and we're also bound by prudence to stand with our South Korean allies, yes".

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  • Airbnb blacklists Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria
Airbnb blacklists Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria

The decision will affect around 200 homes in Israeli settlements which had been listed on the platform. "Our hope is that someday sooner rather than later, a framework is put in place where the entire global community is aligned so there will be a resolution to this historic conflict and a clear path forward for everybody to follow", Airbnb sai...

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  • Chaffetz on House Leader Contest: 'No Greater GOP Foil Than Nancy Pelosi'
Chaffetz on House Leader Contest: 'No Greater GOP Foil Than Nancy Pelosi'

Their letter says Democrats won on "a message of change, " and they say they plan to deliver that. That means Pelosi could lose as many as 15 Democratic votes when she stands for election as speaker January 3. All those races have Republican incumbents, but the Democratic challenger is ahead in only one of them. Among those leading the effort a...

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  • Kerala BJP protests following senior leaders remand
Kerala BJP protests following senior leaders remand

Simultaneous protests were also held at various places across the state in Aranmula, Kochi , Kollam, Alapuzha, Ranni, Thodupuzha, Kaladi, Malappuram and Idukki among others. Sabarimala row LIVE updates: Tension gripped Kerala on Sunday when thousands of protesters from the BJP converged on streets to protest against the detention of K Surendran ...

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  • Macron: France is U.S. ally, not vassal state
Macron: France is U.S. ally, not vassal state

Earlier Wednesday, government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux suggested that the US president lacked " common decency " by launching his broadside on a day when France was mourning victims of the November 2015 attacks in Paris . "But it was Germany in World Wars One & Two - How did that work out for France?" During his speech to commemorate the cen...

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  • Trump says he wrote answers to Robert Mueller's questions 'very easily'
Trump says he wrote answers to Robert Mueller's questions 'very easily'

Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump said he wrote the answers to the questions himself. The White House fears that Mueller will indict some of the president's allies and family members, Politico reported, citing unnamed officials working for or in contact with the White House.

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  • US State Dept Says No 'Final Conclusion' on Khashoggi Killing
US State Dept Says No 'Final Conclusion' on Khashoggi Killing

Washington Post journalist Shane Harris, who was part of the team that broke the story , told NPR's Weekend Edition that the CIA drew its conclusion from "a number of different streams of intelligence". Days after Khashoggi disappeared, Mohammed relayed that view in a phone call with Kushner and John Bolton, the national security adviser, who h...

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  • California wildfire death toll rises to 76 as Trump sees devastation
California wildfire death toll rises to 76 as Trump sees devastation

President Donald Trump visited the devastated small community in the Sierra foothills, 175 miles (280 km) north of San Francisco , where authorities say the remains of at least 71 people have been recovered. Trump, in a wide-ranging interview that aired on "Fox News Sunday", praised Kelly's work ethic and much of what he brings to the position b...

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  • Netanyahu battles to save weakened ruling coalition
Netanyahu battles to save weakened ruling coalition

Lieberman, which leads the secular-nationalist Yisrael Beiteinu party, resigned less than a day after the ceasefire, describing the truce as "a capitulation to terror" and withdrawing his party from Israel's ruling coalition in the 120-member parliament.

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