• Manus Island: Police enter former Australia-run asylum centre
Manus Island: Police enter former Australia-run asylum centre

Turnbull dismissed asylum seekers' fears for their safety in Lorengau, accusing them of trying to pressure Australia into resettling them by refusing to move from Manus. With each step the resolve of the men who want to remain there seems only to have increased. The government is knowingly placing the refugees at risk, ' Ms Schuetze said.

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  • Brian Bowen Not Allowed to Play at Louisville, Can Transfer
Brian Bowen Not Allowed to Play at Louisville, Can Transfer

According to Justin Sayers and Darcy Costello of the Louisville Courier-Journal, Bowen was suspended in September after an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe alleged that a Louisville recruit's family was paid $100,000 to commit to Louisville.

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  • Govt 'avoiding' Parl session in view of Gujarat polls
Govt 'avoiding' Parl session in view of Gujarat polls

The party also denounced Congress for making it appear like the session was being delayed for the first time. "Usually, care is taken not to overlap the parliament session with assembly elections". He said, "The truth does not go away because you hide from it. Modi ji, stop hiding and open the Parliament so the truth of what you did on Rafale can...

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  • Trump says U.S. will declare NKorea a state sponsor of terror
Trump says U.S. will declare NKorea a state sponsor of terror

During Trump's 12-day Asia trip this month, the president issued a warning to North Korea while addressing the South Korean National Assembly. USA officials cited the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half brother in a Malaysian airport this year as an act of terrorism.

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  • Hezbollah denies providing missile fired at Saudi from Yemen
Hezbollah denies providing missile fired at Saudi from Yemen

Lebanese Foreign Minister Jibran Bassil was absent and was instead represented by Lebanon's permanent representative to the Arab League, Antoine Azzam. Hariri announced his resignation as prime minister of Lebanon on November 4 from Riyadh on the Saudi-funded Al-Arabiya news network, accusing Iran of destabilizing Lebanon and the region.

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  • BJP Releases Second List Of Candidates For Gujarat Polls
BJP Releases Second List Of Candidates For Gujarat Polls

Bambhaniya's statement came after his meeting with Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee President Bharat Singh Solanki . With this repeat-heavy first list, murmurs have begun in the party about the sitting minister and MLAs on the remaining 110 seats may also be repeated.

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  • Boss silencing you is 'shameful': Rahul's retort to Sitharaman
Boss silencing you is 'shameful': Rahul's retort to Sitharaman

The Defence Minister said the central government will remove the hurdles in domestic defence manufacturing. The government on Friday officially denied the Congress's allegations on the Rafale fighter jet deal, with Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stating that the amount paid for each French fighter aircraft by the current government was m...

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  • Bandipora encounter: 5 militants gunned down, IAF Garud commando killed
Bandipora encounter: 5 militants gunned down, IAF Garud commando killed

Vaid. At least five militants and an air force commando were killed and another soldier was wounded in the fighting, he said, adding that at least one militant was still trapped in the area. Authorities had imposed curfew in parts of Srinagar on Saturday as a precautionary measure following killing of an Al-Qaeda terrorist Mugees Mir in a shoot...

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  • Democratic Gov Candidate Brags About Sexual Escapades to Save Oppo Researchers Time
Democratic Gov Candidate Brags About Sexual Escapades to Save Oppo Researchers Time

In a Facebook post Friday, O'Neill appeared to weigh in on widespread sexual harassment allegations coming to light, particularly those leveled against Minnesota Sen. Geyh said he was "a bit on the fence" on how to react to O'Neill's post from a potential misconduct angle. He wrote in the Star Beacon earlier this week that once his paperwork ...

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  • Woman alleges Sen. Franken groped, kissed her without consent
Woman alleges Sen. Franken groped, kissed her without consent

Later, she says went through a CD of photos from the tour's photographer and discovered an image of Franken grabbing her breasts through the vest. He apologized to the Los Angeles anchor and said he regretted a posing for a photo with his hands on her breasts as she slept.

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  • UN Still Can Send Humanitarian Flights to Sanaa Airport After Recent Strike
UN Still Can Send Humanitarian Flights to Sanaa Airport After Recent Strike

On Monday, Saudi Arabia's state-run media agency celebrated its delivery of food baskets to needy families and, as The Guardian reports , announced it would allow shipments of aid through several ports held by the Yemeni government. ambassador saying the kingdom's failure to reopen key Yemen airports and sea ports is reversing humanitarian eff...

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  • Rainbow celebrations as Australians vote for same-sex marriage
Rainbow celebrations as Australians vote for same-sex marriage

Celebrities, some of whom are from Australia and some of whom aren't, had been encouraging Australians to vote yes, so they were excited about the outcome. Conservative MPs will attempt to negotiate various "religious protections" into the Smith bill, after Senator James Paterson dropped his plan to introduce a rival bill.

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  • Russia Tried to Pass off a Video Game as Combat Footage
Russia Tried to Pass off a Video Game as Combat Footage

The ministry posted a number of aerial images that it claimed were of ISIS convoys, It said the USA intervened to "use (ISIS) to promote American interests in Middle East". The original is consistent with a June 2016 Iraqi military video, which shows coalition airstrikes and Iraqi military forces attacking an ISIS convoy fleeing Falluja.

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  • FBI Statistics Show Hate Crimes Rise in Minnesota in 2016
FBI Statistics Show Hate Crimes Rise in Minnesota in 2016

The FBI gathered their information from 15,254 law enforcement agencies. The FBI released its 2016 hate crime statistics report Monday. In 2014, officials reported 22 hate crimes . The FBI further said hate crimes remain the number one priority for their civil rights unit. There is more of a focused effort on reporting these crimes in today'...

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  • TPP countries agree to keep trade deal alive, much work remains
TPP countries agree to keep trade deal alive, much work remains

Before Trudeau's no-show at the leaders' meeting, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand had made good progress on contentious investor-state disputes resolution clauses and preserving market access. Talks to revive the free trade deal appeared to have collapsed on Friday night when Trudeau failed to show up to a leaders' meeting, but Champ...

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  • Syria not invited to Paris climate talks despite joining
Syria not invited to Paris climate talks despite joining

U.S. President Donald Trump announced in June his intention to withdraw from the Paris pact, calling it a "bad deal" and saying it "fails to live up to our environmental ideals". Syrian government sources told AFP today that Assad had already promulgated a bill ratifying the agreement adopted by parliament last month. The UN is hosting the COP...

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  • Who Is Ashanti Billie? Navy Veteran Charged With Teen's Kidnapping
Who Is Ashanti Billie? Navy Veteran Charged With Teen's Kidnapping

Court documents say Brown served 21 years in the Navy and was a construction worker. In a statement, Billie's family thanked "the FBI, Virginia Beach and Norfolk Police Departments and NCIS for their attention and investigations regarding their daughter".

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  • Flight Diverted When Wife Uncovers Husband's Affair
Flight Diverted When Wife Uncovers Husband's Affair

She reportedly used her husband's own fingerprint while he was sleeping. A Qatar Airways flight was forced to land in Chennai after an Iranian woman got into a heated altercation with her husband and created ruckus mid-air. The family had boarded the plane at Doha and did not have an Indian visa and were therefore kept in the detention cent...

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  • Took a lot of time to sign `Padmavati, reveals Ranveer Singh
Took a lot of time to sign `Padmavati, reveals Ranveer Singh

Deepika also wanted to celebrate the fact that her song Ghoomar from Padmavati has been garnering praises from all over. She was finishing some patchwork but he asked her to attend the event and complete her shoot after that. The film starring Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor portrays the story of Rajput queen Padmavati and Al...

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  • 3 killed in stampede in Bihar's Begusarai
3 killed in stampede in Bihar's Begusarai

No official confirmation on the number of casualties has been made as of yet, however, the number of deceased is expected to rise. All the injured were rushed to a nearby hospital where they were given medical treatment. Following the incident, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sanctioned Rs 2 lakh each to kin of those killed and Rs 50,000 to thos...

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  • Rafael Nadal Withdraws From Paris Masters
Rafael Nadal Withdraws From Paris Masters

The 16 grand slam title holder picked up the injury in his third round game at the Paris Masters against Pablo Cuevas where he needed some medical assistance during the game to be able to continue. Then Nadal regrouped himself and took away the first set at 7-5 with a big forehand. After saving three match points in the tiebreaker, Schwartzman ...

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  • Could Trump send the NY terror suspect to Guantanamo?
Could Trump send the NY terror suspect to Guantanamo?

It is an open question whether the administration could send Saipov to Guantanamo Bay, in part because courts have not ruled whether the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force - which permits the government to detain enemy combatants for the duration of a military conflict - applies to the Islamic State and its followers, said Stephen Vladeck...

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  • Is Jared Kushner next to be indicted in Russian Federation investigation?
Is Jared Kushner next to be indicted in Russian Federation investigation?

During the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, Kushner helped develop and run Trump's digital media strategy. Sources close to the White House say that based on their knowledge, Kushner is not a target of the investigation. Manafort and business associate Rick Gates face 12 felony counts, including money laundering, conspiracy and acting as unreg...

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  • Trump nominee in danger of being pulled after Russian Federation revelations
Trump nominee in danger of being pulled after Russian Federation revelations

Clovis told Trump he would continue to serve as White House adviser to the Agriculture Department "at the pleasure of you and the secretary of agriculture". The source added that Sessions "has no clear recollection" of Papadopoulos and any further interactions with him, even though two were seated next to each other at a second meeting of Trump's f...

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  • Putin rallies support for Iran nuclear deal
Putin rallies support for Iran nuclear deal

Within the framework of the meeting, the presidents are expected to hold bilateral meetings as well. US President Donald Trump has refused to confirm whether his government will comply with the agreement and has threatened a harder line on Iran, which the US suspects has been seeking to build a nuclear bomb.

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