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Police have 'subject in custody' following stabbings at Mall of America

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Bloomington police tweeted that a suspect is in custody, and that a media availability will be held at 8:30 p.m. The other victim was stabbed in the back. Police said the suspect was being taken to jail and didn't need to be taken to the hospital for medical attention, but it wasn't clear what injuries he might have sustained, if any. Read More »

Trump to press ASEAN on North Korea and to fix lopsided trade

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Jaishankar among other officials who handle specific divisions and countries related to ASEAN and East Asia Summit . The use of the term "Indo-Pacific" by Trump has led to speculation that it may have something to do with Washington preparing the ground for a revival of the so-called Quadrilateral strategic alliance between the US, Japan, Australia and India to counter China's rise. Read More »

Crucial LDF meet begins: will Thomas Chandy be asked to resign?

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When reporters asked him if he would resign, a defiant Chandy said: "Resignation?" CPI leaders have been loudly demanding Chandy's resignation, claiming that it was necessary to save the government's face, while CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, echoing this sentiment, had stated that continuing discussions on the topic was denting the image of the government. Read More »

Macron: France Sold Two Military Ships to UAE

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During his visit to the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, Macron suggested amending the JCPOA. Iran has rejected a call by French President Emmanuel Macron for talks on Tehran's ballistic missiles. The diplomat stressed that the country's missile program is designed for its defense and has no relation to a nuclear agreement with the world powers. Read More »

Rajasthan: Cow vigilantes shoot dead one Muslim man transporting cows in Alwar

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The incident comes barely seven months after a similar incident in the region when a group of Muslim men were attacked by a mob on suspicion that they were smuggling cows. When they entered Govindgarh, a mob of around 7 people stopped their pick-up truck and started manhandling them. The deceased has been identified as Ummar Khan. Read More »

Ambulance staff helping patient left angry note by driver

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They assessed his condition and immediately took him on blue lights to hospital where he was in a critical condition. Tasha Starkey, a WMAS paramedic, added: "Crew alerted an extremely poorly patient to hospital. On social media, people shared their messages of support. "Sorry, patients come first". "I was late for work once for an hour because was blocked by ambulance", he said. Read More »

Three US carriers lead naval drill aimed at North Korea

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The statement refers to it as the "Western Pacific", the vessels' area of deployment that includes the waters around the Korean peninsula and the South China Sea, the East China Sea and the Philippine Sea. South Korean companies with Chinese customers had suffered due to backlash from China, which has vehemently opposed the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system. Read More »

TPP talks postponed after Canada no show

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Australia will still walk away from the APEC summit with a free trade pact with Peru that will eliminate almost all tariffs exporters face into the Latin American country. Clear agreement on proceeding without the United States would be a boost for the principle of multilateral free trade pacts over the bilateral deal-making that Trump favors. Read More »

Medical marijuana approved for PTSD treatment in New York State

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There are 770,00 veterans in NY, and the so-called "Honor Series" plates are meant to pay tribute to those who have a license plate, and say they have served when applying for one. Senator Andrew Lanza said , "The fearless men and women who put their lives on the line in service to their country face immeasurable dangers each and every day, and because of that danger, some of them don't return home". Read More »

United Nations urges humane approach to Manus Island crisis

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Speaking to media soon after arriving in Manila, Ardern said "all I can do is put New Zealand's case (forward)". Almost 600 men have barricaded themselves inside the Manus island center for more than 10 days, despite having no regular food or running water, defying attempts by Australia and Papua New Guinea to close the camp in what the United Nations describes as a "looming humanitarian crisis". Read More »

Donald Trump offers to mediate in protracted South China Sea feud

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In a joint news conference, Quang said he had "shared my thoughts with (Trump) on the recent developments in this area and it is our policy to settle disputes in the South China Sea through peaceful negotiations, and with respect for diplomatic and legal process in accordance with worldwide law, including the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea". Read More »

Strong 7.3 Magnitude Earthquake Jolts Western Iran

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A magnitude 7.2 natural disaster rattled northeast Iraq near the border with Iran on Sunday, with tremors reported in parts of central Israel. An official from the Iraqi Meteorology department said the quake could be felt across large parts of Iraq, but reported the magnitude to be around 6.5. Read More »

Polish far-white nationalists march in Warsaw

While numerous marchers carried the national white-and-red flag, some displayed banners depicting a falanga, a far-right symbol dating to the 1930s. The march also drew about 2,000 counter-protesters, according to BBC, and led to police detaining about 50 people. Read More »

Brennan Says It's 'Puzzling' Why Trump Keeps Downplaying Russia Interference

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And I think it demonstrates to Mr. Putin that Donald Trump can be played by foreign leaders who are going to appeal to his ego and to try to play upon his insecurities. But one of the current leaders, Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo - a Trump appointee - has reiterated his support for the finding of Russian interference. Read More »

Rockefeller Center Christmas tree arrives in NYC

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The Norway spruce stands 75 feet tall and roughly 50 feet in diameter. In 1931, workers building Rockefeller Center put up a Christmas tree to lift spirits during the Great Depressions. It will soon be decorated with more than 50,000 lights and topped with a Swarovski star. The lighting is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 29, and the tree will remain on display until Sunday, Jan. Read More »

(Updated) ACC U-19 Asia Cup: Nepal register historic victory against India

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Man-of-the-match, Airee's defiance with the bat and ball, single-handedly propelled Nepal to victory over the Indian . Nepal , coached by former bowler and captain Binod Das, successfully defended their 188 runs, by bowling out India , coached by former captain Rahul Dravid , for 166 runs in 49 overs of their allotted 50 overs, to emerge with 19 runs victory, in the crucial encounter. Read More »

Krishna river boat tragedy: Death toll rises to 16, ex-gratia announced

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Lakshmikantham said nine persons were admitted to hospitals. Home Minister N. Chinnarajappa, who rushed to the site, said 16 bodies had been recovered while the search was on for the missing. Read Also: Karnataka: Seven held for trying to sacrifice boy Locals have alleged that numerous boats do not have sufficient number of life jackets and carry more passengers than their actual capacity. Read More »

Gove: 'I don't know what' jailed British woman was doing

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Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition Labour Party, said Prime Minister Theresa May should fire Johnson for "embarrassing and undermining our country with his incompetence and colonial throwback views and putting our citizens at risk". Meanwhile, Environment Secretary Michael Gove has said that he "doesn't know" why Zaghari-Ratcliffe was in Iran. Asked if she had been training journalists, he said: 'Her husband said she was there on holiday and her husband is the person who should know'. Read More »

Indian-origin motel owner Akash Talati killed in U.S. shootout

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According to Detective J Littlejohn of Fayetteville Police, the shootout took place around 1.30 am on Saturday, local time at Fayetteville, when Talati was present inside the club. An NRI from Anand district, Akash Talati, was killed in a late night shooting at an adult night club in Fayetteville in North Carolina in the U.S. on Saturday. Read More »

U.S. woman released from Zimbabwe jail on bail

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Her lawyer, Obey Shava of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, a legal nongovernmental organisation, told Al Jazeera he was pleased with the court order. Mugabe has always been criticized for corruption and abuse of power. She did wave to a small crowd of supporters as she was escorted into a prison truck. Read More »

Ivey not considering moving Moore, Jones election

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And many of his supporters, including elected officials, say they simply don't believe the allegations first reported in the Washington Post . In the fundraising plea, Moore says "the Obama-Clinton Machine's liberal media lapdogs just launched the most vicious and nasty round of attacks against me I've EVER faced". Read More »

Donald Trump fails to notice Shinzo Abe falling in golf bunker

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When Putin visited Japan last December, he and Abe agreed to seek a special framework for joint economic activity on the islands that impinged on neither country's legal standing. Abe told reporters afterward Japan's government aimed to "advance steadily, step by step, toward solving the problem of returning the islands and signing a peace treaty" with Russian Federation. Read More »

21 children injured in San Diego platform collapse

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The injuries are described as minor to moderate. A parent who did not provide his name said the stairwell collapsed after so many children were running up and down from a loft to get pizza. Many parents were likely using a Groupon that had been offered for the evening's event, he said. However, none of them were injured. Vault PK specializes in parkour, a sport that requires athletes to complete obstacle courses often by launching themselves from structure to structure. Read More »

Eight-year-old Perth girl dies after drag race crash

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Anita Board suffered life threatening injuries in the crash at Perth Motorplex in Kwinana on Saturday afternoon. It is understood she was attempting a solo drive, which young drag racers must do to be licensed and compete in events. Competitors in junior drag racing can range in age from 8 to 17 and are placed in three classes depending on experience. The Boards are a local racing family, with hundreds of messages of support coming in for the devastated family. Read More »

Congress wins Chitrakoot by-election, defeats BJP by over 14000 votes

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Voting for the Chitrakoot Assembly bypoll had taken place on November 9. The by-election to the assembly seat was necessitated after the death of Congress MLA Prem Singh. The constituency of Chitrakoot has been traditionally seen as a Congress stronghold, as in the past 20 years, the Congress lost the seat only once in 2008, when BJP candidate Surendra Singh beat Congress's Prem Singh by a minor margin of 722 votes. Read More »

BJP alleges CPM behind RSS worker hacked to death in Kerala's Thrissur

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However, CPI (M)'s Thrissur district unit refuted the allegations charging the party with a role in the latest murder. After Anand fell, the assailants brutally attacked him. He was rushed to a private hospital where he died. Days back, BJP president Kummanam Rajasekharan took out a protest march against what the party described as "red and jihadi terror". Read More »

Clouds increase overnight; Spotty showers tomorrow

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Rain will continue to push away from the state, but clouds will likely hang around for much of the overnight, with some cracks of clearing closer to daybreak, Monday. Once the front clears, we are looking at sunny skies for next weekend with cooler afternoon highs. Moisture appears to be rather limited with this system, but at this stage in the forecast, I would plan on the possibility of a passing shower or thunderstorm Friday evening. Read More »

Armistice Day: UK falls silent to remember war dead

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This year the event marked the centenaries of women's service in the regular Armed Forces, the Battle of Passchendaele, the creation of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the 100th birthday of forces' sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn. The Memorial Service will start at St Petroc's Church at 11am. After the Act of Remembrance, the Branch Standard will be paraded to St Luke's for a church service. Read More »

Volunteer firefighter killed in tragic accident

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WTHR reports that the incident happened in Daviess County around 10 p.m. on Friday night when several firefighters were called to an accident scene and one of them drove there drunk. Blake was not injured in the crash, but police said his blood alcohol content at the time was 0.21 percent, more than twice the legal limit in IN, which is 0.08 percent. Read More »