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Noting that Ukraine isn't a member of the alliance, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the allies already "provide strong political support and strong practical support". "They should release the crew to return the ship, it is not the question which we release out of our zone of attention", the official added. Three NATO allies on the Black Sea - Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey - are also taking individual measures.
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    Pompeo also urged senators to vote against the Yemen resolution, claiming the timing is bad because they are "on the cusp" of all parties coming to the table for a potential cease-fire. But the director of the CIA Gina Haspel, the only Trump cabinet member who listened to the alleged audio of the killing in Istanbul, did not take part in the briefing.
  • Ukrainian President Seeks NATO Support in Russia Dispute

    Ukrainian President Seeks NATO Support in Russia Dispute

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    In Moscow , a Russian lawmaker was quoted by RIA news agency as saying Russia had no plans for a reciprocal move to bar Ukrainian men. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also condemned what he called the "aggressive Russian action". Russian Federation annexed Crimea while pro-Moscow separatists seized parts of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of eastern Ukraine, declaring unrecognised breakaway statelets in a conflict that remains unresolved.
  • Convicted murderer caught crossing border near San Ysidro

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    A member of the notorious MS-13 gang, who was recently arrested, told authorities that he traveled to the United States with the migrant caravan. Border Patrol agents in San Diego arrested an alien from Honduras earlier this week after he crossed into the United States illegally.
  • Putin hits back as Trump fuels G20 tensions

    Putin hits back as Trump fuels G20 tensions

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    The summit is focused on trade, but all eyes are on Trump's meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping , which will be held on Saturday night local time. The dinner scheduled for Saturday evening has been cast as a key encounter that could help the two leaders ease the trade tensions, or it could end in stalemate.
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    But on Tuesday night, Ivanka appeared on ABC News and defended herself, asserting that there's "no equivalency" between her private emails and Clinton's server scandal. Ivanka Trump works for an administration that tear-gasses children. Congressional Democrats are crying foul, suggesting that they'll launch an investigation in 2019 after they take over control of the House of Representatives.
  • GOP Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith Wins Re-election in Mississippi Despite Racial Controversy

    GOP Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith Wins Re-election in Mississippi Despite Racial Controversy

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    Hyde-Smith won by depicting Democrat Mike Espy as too liberal for Mississippi. "Congratulations to Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith on your big WIN in the Great State of Mississippi". Hyde-Smith made some serious errors, but do they outweigh those of Espy? She later called the comments an "exaggerated expression of regard", but her use of the phrase brought memories of Mississippi's history of lynchings to the forefront and put the contest under the national microscope.
  • Senate Majority Rebukes Trump Administration And Saudi Arabia Over Yemen War

    Senate Majority Rebukes Trump Administration And Saudi Arabia Over Yemen War

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    Trump has said it may never be known who was responsible for the killing, and in public comments - and a long and unusual statement last week - he reinforced the United States' long-standing alliance with the Saudis. "The Argentine judiciary has sent a clear message that even powerful officials like Mohammed bin Salman are not above the law and will be scrutinized if implicated in grave global crimes", HRW Executive Director Kenneth Roth said in a statement.
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    The footage, obtained by the Arizona Daily Star and other media outlets, shows the massive Sawmill Fire starting in the Santa Rita Mountain foothills on April 23, 2017. An off-duty Border Patrol agent, Dennis Dickey , filled a target with a colored powder, to reveal the gender of his unborn baby. A news release from the US attorney's office said Agent Dickey will make an initial payment of $100,000, then make monthly payments after that.
  • MLB Requesting Refund of $5K Donated to Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith

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    State officials said the nooses were accompanied by handwritten signs mentioning lynchings and Tuesday's special Senate runoff, which has drawn attention to Mississippi's history of racially motivated violence. "She produces like few produce", Trump said. And sure enough, Tuesday's runoff election isn't on everyone's radar here. Jonathan Winburn, a professor of USA politics and public policy at the University of MS, said he expects the race to be "more competitive than the norm in MS", ...
  • Three US service members killed in Afghanistan blast

    Three US service members killed in Afghanistan blast

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    The deaths came just days after Sgt. Leandro Jasso, a member of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment, was killed battling al-Qaida fighters during a raid in southwestern Nimruz province. During the same period, almost 29,000 Afghan police and soldiers had been killed, Ghani said. "All of us, and throughout our coalition of 41 nations, recognize the threats posed by groups such as al-Qaida and ISIS and are determined to fight them here".
  • Winter Storm Bruce Heads East After Dumping Snow Throughout Midwest

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    Because of the poor weather conditions in Kansas City, RideKC announced it was suspending service at 6 p.m. Omaha and most of the area north of Interstate 80 was still under a winter weather advisory Sunday morning. A system arriving in the region Sunday night could dump 5 to 8 inches of heavy, wet snow through Monday afternoon. In response to the storm, Kansas Gov.
  • Man fatally shoots woman at Ocala Walmart

    Man fatally shoots woman at Ocala Walmart

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    The man then shot the woman before getting away. Ballard said the two individuals had been arguing all day and that he and the victim had gone to Walmart to purchase items for their apartment. Police said he was taken to the hospital and wasn't expected to survive his injuries. The man's name hasn't been released. According to Ocala police, the gunman and victim knew each other.
  • Photos show migrant children fleeing tear gas attacks at USA border

    Photos show migrant children fleeing tear gas attacks at USA border

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    Border Patrol agents. "We were told that if we crossed (the first barrier) they would give us asylum, because we were already in the United States", said Flor Jimenez, a 32-year-old Honduran woman who was among those who turned back along with her husband, sister and young daughter.
  • Government climate change report says US GDP under threat

    Government climate change report says US GDP under threat

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    President Trump tweeted out this week when NY expected it to be one of coldest Thanksgivings: "Whatever happened to Global Warming? ". To this Sarmah fired back by saying, "I am 54 years younger than you". "Workers in the agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing sectors together with construction and support, waste, and remediation services work are the most highly vulnerable to heat-related deaths in the United States", the report said.
  • Death toll from Uganda cruise boat accident jumps to 29

    Death toll from Uganda cruise boat accident jumps to 29

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    Witnesses claimed the vessel may have been rushed back into service following a renovation in order to take advantage of the profitable end-of-year party season. In a statement released this afternoon, the President also says Government has ordered for electronic registration and monitoring of all boats operating on lakes.
  • Indian island police struggle to get body of American

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    The group now fears that the survival of the tribe, which is believed to now consist of only 50 to 150 people, is under threat. Chau had recently returned from India and told MacLeod he "was trying to figure out how to travel to the remote North Sentinel Island in the Bay of Bengal".
  • Taiwan president quits party leadership after polls setback

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    A woman casts her ballots at a polling station during local elections and referendum on same-sex marriage, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan . Yesterday, Mr Ma Xiaoguang added that China wants to enhance exchanges and cooperation between Taiwan's counties and cities and their mainland counterparts, but "on the basis of correct understanding of the nature of cross-strait relations".