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Hariri cited Iran and Hezballah for meddling in regional affairs and expressed fear of a plot to assassinate him. Regional tensions have escalated in recent weeks between Riyadh and Tehran over Mr Hariri's resignation and after a ballistic missile was sacked at the kingdom by Houthi rebels in Yemen, who are also backed by Iran.
  • WEATHER: Rain mixed with snow today, colder tomorrow

    WEATHER: Rain mixed with snow today, colder tomorrow

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    A winter storm warning remains in effect in western Wyoming, especially in the mountain passes. Early on Sunday morning , it will be windy with showers and a few embedded downpours possible. North counties are under a marginal risk for severe storms Damaging straight line winds will be the primary concern this afternoon as storms move through.
  • Gillibrand: Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned Over White House Affair

    Gillibrand: Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned Over White House Affair

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    Kirsten Gillibrand , who said Thursday that President Bill Clinton should have resigned after an inappropriate sexual relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Unfortunately, her apparent boldness in attacking someone honored by many , though hardly all, Democrats was entirely irrelevant to the current moment in which every day brings allegations of sexual crimes committed by politicians, performers and cultural gatekeepers.
  • Miss India Emerges Winner Of Miss World 2017 Pageant

    Miss India Emerges Winner Of Miss World 2017 Pageant

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    Born to doctor parents, she studied at St Thomas School in New Delhi and Bhagat Phool Singh Government Medical College for Women in Sonepat. Soon after her victory was declared, millions took to twitter to congratulate the 21-year-old. I know it's going to be a journey that I will never forget. Miss England and Miss Mexico, Stephanie Hil and Andrea Meza were the first and second runner-up respectively.
  • Donald Trump reverses course on trophy hunting, reimposes Obama-era ban

    Donald Trump reverses course on trophy hunting, reimposes Obama-era ban

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    Trump tweeted that the policy had been "under study for years". Will update soon with Secretary Zinke. Zinke said in a statement later Friday that "the issuing of permits is being put on hold as the decision is being reviewed". "Furthermore, I am not convinced that elephant populations in the area warrant over-concentration measures", Royce said. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter turned to Instagram Stories on Friday evening (Nov.
  • Pentagon issues data on sexual assault reports at its bases

    Pentagon issues data on sexual assault reports at its bases

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    DOD statistics released Friday said that the prevalence rates of sexual assault dropped from 6.1 percent of active duty women in 2012 to 4.3 percent in 2016 and from 1.2 percent of active duty men in 2012 to 0.6 percent in 2016. Before FY 2014 (Oct. 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014) the DoD reports that 15% or fewer military members reported a sexual assault. In 2015 there were 164 unrestricted reports and 31 restricted.
  • Indian stocks surge on Moody's first upgrade in 14 years

    Indian stocks surge on Moody's first upgrade in 14 years

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    S&P and Fitch Ratings have India a rung above junk. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters Moody's decision was a "belated recognition" of the steps the government has taken to fix India's $2 trillion economy. Whether or not it prompts an upgrade by rating agencies should be a secondary consideration. It, however, said the high public debt burden remains an important constraint on India's credit profile relative to its peers, notwithstanding the mitigating factors which support ...
  • China renews call for North Korea, US 'freeze-for-freeze'

    China renews call for North Korea, US 'freeze-for-freeze'

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    It's been about nine weeks since Pyongyang conducted its last missile test - a Hwasong-12 intermediate-range missile test near Japan on September 15. The official Xinhua News Agency said the director of the ruling Communist Party's International Liaison Department, Song Tao, would travel to Pyongyang on Friday to report on the party's national congress held last month.
  • California Man Killed Wife Before Tuesday Rampage

    California Man Killed Wife Before Tuesday Rampage

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    Police said surveillance video shows the shooter unsuccessfully trying to enter a nearby elementary school after quick-thinking staff members locked the outside doors and barricaded themselves inside when they heard gunshots. She said Neal had "no business" owning firearms. Authorities said Wednesday it is now believed the shooting started when Neal shot and killed his wife at his home.
  • Srinagar: Terrorists attack police team; sub-inspector dead, SPO injured

    Srinagar: Terrorists attack police team; sub-inspector dead, SPO injured

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    The militants in the auto opened heavy fire in which two cops, including sub-inspector Imran Ahmad Tak, were injured. Reports said that two cops were injured in the firing, however, one of the two succumbed to injuries. He said while the combing operation was going on, the security personnel came under fire from the militants. However, the police officer said he is unsure where from his body was recovered.