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On-fire Hazard not at his peak yet - Conte


I think he has a lot of improvement. The Blues have already qualified for the last-16, with Atletico Madrid needing a win - and hoping Roma drop points against minnows Qarabag - to progress. Despite a bright start for Newcastle, Rafa Benitez's side slumped to their fifth defeat in six league games, a run that has seen them drop into the bottom half of the table. Read More »

#MeToo Movement In Running For Time's Person Of The Year

Trump's is not the only controversial face on the list; Kaepernick won the GQ Citizen of the Year after starting the movement to protest racial inequality and police brutality during the national anthem before NFL games. Their futures in the United States remain uncertain as the Trump Administration follows through on plans to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program put in place by Obama. Read More »

Honduran opposition candidate rejects official election count


A week after the election, Hernandez maintains an advantage with 42.92 percent of votes against Nasralla's 41.42 percent, with 94.45 percent counted, according to the TSE. Clashes between protesters and troops have killed at least one person and perhaps as many as a half dozen. While security forces cleared blockades in the capital, there were still highways obstructed around La Ceiba and other areas outside major cities, a police spokesman said. Read More »

LeT claim responsibility for Kashmir highway attack


Locals said that they heard massive blasts during evening hours and it seemed the building in which terrorists are present have been razed to ground. Internet services in south Kashmir also remained suspended throughout the day. In December, three soldiers were killed when motorcycle-borne militants fired on an army bus in south Kashmir. According to sources, army convoys are easy targets for militants. Read More »

Twitter reactions to the Patriots' 23-3 win over the Buffalo Bills


White ran ahead with the ball, and was tackled down near the sideline. "Obviously, it's unnecessary roughness and he got the penalty for it". White was dazed and remained down. Gronkowski apologized for the hit after the game. Brady, as we've come to learn, has a fiery temper, and it was on full display as he got into a shouting match with McDaniels on the sideline shortly after. Read More »

Vishal to contest bypoll for Jayalalitha's constituency


While Haasan is still scripting the preface to his political career, young actor Vishal who on December 2 announced his candidature for the RK Nagar by-polls, is in trouble from a section within and beyond the industry. As per the Election Commission website, at the last count 70 nominations had been filed including three female independent candidates. He will contest elections as an independent candidate. Read More »

Australian politician proposes to partner during same-sex marriage debate


He then addressed his partner, Ryan Bolger, who was sitting in the public gallery. Deputy speaker Rob Mitchell congratulated them as the chamber broke into applause. Australia had to go through plenty of mud during the seemingly totally unnecessary and bewilderingly expensive same-sex marriage plebiscite, but we seem to now be getting closer to better times. Read More »

Grassley's 'Booze' Comment on Estate Tax Draws Ire


Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) told his hometown's Des Moines Register estate tax aka the "death tax" is actually an obstacle against responsible saving - which, apparently, only millionaires do. House and Senate GOP negotiators are working out the differences between the two bills, with the goal of completing legislation that Congress can send to President Donald Trump before Christmas. Read More »

Hillsdale will get particular break in GOP tax plan

Democrats are attacking a proposed amendment to the Republican tax plan that would carve out an exception to a small Christian college in southern MI with ties to education secretary Betsy DeVos . "There are so many deserving schools in OR and Pennsylvania and elsewhere who don't get this special treatment". Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said, "It feels like this is a very limited provision written for a very special person". Read More »

Qatar foreign minister joins GCC peers in Kuwait meeting

Last week, Kuwait sent out invitations to all six GCC member states, but it was not clear whether all other leaders would attend. Founded in 1981, the GCC is a political and economic union that includes Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, as well as Oman and Kuwait. Read More »

India, US share common set of values, says Obama at Delhi Townhall


To a specific question from Akkai Padmashali, a transgender activist, on Section 377 of Indian Penal Code which criminalises homosexuality, Mr. Obama said people from the community should "take hope" from the experience of the US and other countries, where same-sex marriages had now been legalised. Read More »

Trump on Twitter (Dec 4): Roy Moore


Senatorial candidate Doug Jones talks with the media after touring the Northport Medical Center, in Northport, Ala. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) appeared to soften his stance on Moore, perhaps a sign that he is coming around to the president's insistence that Republicans need all the votes they can get-even if one of them is coming from a man who has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman when she was 14 . Read More »

Snow Forecast This Week


The possibility of snow in some parts of the country is also on the cards. The likelihood of snow will increase in the evening and night as temperatures fall between -2 and +1 degrees. However the outlook for Wednesday according to the Met Office, will be "unsettled with spells of heavy rain". Thursday is the day we can expect the white stuff to arrive. Read More »

Missing: 4-year-old nonverbal girl in pink "Princess" nightgown


Sunday, police said. She was found about 27 hours after going missing. Chelsea Noel, who is black, about 3 feet tall and 40 pounds, was last seen near the 4600 block of SW Keats Street. Lucie County Sheriff's Office and the Martin County Sheriff's Office assisted Port St. Lucie Police with the search efforts. But late Sunday a search team in a kayak saw what they thought was a small body submerged in the water. Read More »

Kim visits factory that produced tyres for missile truck


On Monday, Rodong Sinmun , the newspaper of the ruling Workers' party, described the Vigilant Ace exercises involving hundreds of United States and South Korean military aircraft as "an open, all-out provocation against the DPRK, which may lead to a nuclear war any moment". Read More »

Ex-Catalan President, Ministers Face Extradition Hearing in Belgium While Spain Campaigns


Meanwhile, o usted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and four close separatist allies are to appear in court in Belgium for extradition hearings and a possible decision whether they will have to be sent back to Spain. "They could open up a rift that prevents them returning an overall majority". Pro-independence party Junts per Catalunya was seen winning 25-26 seats, ERC another 32 seats and extreme-left party CUP 9 seats, according to the poll carried out by Sociological Research Centre ... Read More »

Spain's Lopetegui: Group B draw will demand the best of us


Portugal is a great team. "Anyone who has come to Russian Federation even once knows how we welcome our friends". "I don't care about the threats and what they have been trying to do to stop me talking". Nigeria - the youngest team to qualify for the World Cup - beat Argentina 4-2 in a friendly last month. "It could have been worse", France coach Didier Deschamps said. Read More »

London mayor, Maha CM discuss cooperation in public transport


Actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan , Katrina Kaif , Alia Bhatt , Karan Johar, Sidharth Malhotra , Sridevi, Neha Dhupia, Farah Khan and more. "Great to meet British Bollywood superstar @KatrinaKaif. #LondonIsOpen", he wrote about Sachin. Earlier, the mayor posted a picture with Ranbir Kapoor. Read More »

Man charged after parking spot dispute leads to deadly rampage in Queens


During the dispute, the driver got out of a white Hyundai Sonata and stabbed two people in the torso, the New York Police Department said in a statement. A 23-year-old man from Far Rockaway, one of the men the driver hit with his auto, was pronounced dead at a local hospital, sources said. The five others who were hit had broken bones and head injuries. Read More »

Cathay Pacific crew witnessed North Korea missile test


The crew of Cathay Pacific flight, from San Francisco to Hong Kong, reported seeing a ballistic missile break up and fall out of the sky last week, said the airline. "Looking at the actual plots, CX096 might have been the closest, at a few hundred miles laterally", added Hoey referring to a Cathay Pacific cargo flight, CX096, flying in the same region. Read More »

California teen admits to molesting 50 children


Police say the suspect first confessed crimes to his mother. Eighteen-year-old Joseph Hayden Boston was conveyed to a Riverside police headquarters on Saturday by his mom after he supposedly disclosed to her he had sexually ambushed two young men, ages 8 and 4, at a motel, as indicated by Riverside police representative Officer Ryan Railsback. Read More »

Max Hospital sacks doctors who declared premature baby dead


According to local news outlet NDTV , the baby was given to the parents in a plastic package along with his twin, after both were declared dead. Max Healthcare has made a decision to take a strict action against the doctors also, terminated both of them from their services. Read More »

Defence Minister meets cyclone Ockhi-hit families in Kerala, assures help


The day also saw 200 fishermen from two villages in Kerala head into the sea to rescue 96 fishermen who went missing. In a statement issued on Sunday, the Press Information Bureau (Defence Wing) said 32 Tamil Nadu fishing boats along with 346 fishermen have taken safe shelter at Karwar out of the 129 fishing boats and 1,247 fishermen also belonging to Kerala, Karnataka and Maharshtra. Read More »

Malta announces 8 arrests in journalist murder


Blogger Caruana Galizia, who was 53 when she was killed in a auto bomb attack on October 16, had made repeated and detailed corruption allegations against both Muscat's inner circle and the opposition. Her murder shocked Malta and raised concern within the European Union about the rule of law on the tiny Mediterranean island. She had also accused senior figures in government and opposition of corruption and money laundering. Read More »

Hawaii's attack siren barely heard


The state is the first to bring back the warning system in an effort to prepare tourists and residents for a possible nuclear attack. Bruce and Jody Teasley of OR said they were aware of the attack warning siren test today as they visited Pearl Harbor. Read More »

Maryam Nawaz, Hamza Shahbaz elected to PML-N


Nawaz Sharif warmly welcomed Hashmi by hugging him. PML-N president and ex-PM Nawaz Sharif will head both committees while Raja Zafar-ul-Haq would be a member in two committees. Hashmi had previously worked as the president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz for quite some time, before he formally joined the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) in December 2011. Read More »

Snapchat Video Of Teen Throwing Kitten Sparks Outrage, Police Launch Investigation


The following video involves cruelty to an animal and may not be appropriate for all audiences. Ontario Police Department later announced on Twitter that the cat has a leg fracture "but is going to be ok". One social media user, who commented on the original video, said: "Justice needs to be served that poor cat didn't deserve that, it really broke my heart hearing the cry for help it was making". Read More »