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The vast majority of the more than 5,000 Central American migrants camped out for more than a week at a sports complex in Tijuana returned to their makeshift shelter to line up for food and recuperate from an unsettling afternoon. "The additional personnel, which included CBP officers, US Border Patrol agents, and Air and Marine agents, were recently deployed to the San Diego area from various areas around the country in preparation for the potential arrival of the caravan in Tijuana".
  • USA reaches deal that would make asylum seekers wait in Mexico

    USA reaches deal that would make asylum seekers wait in Mexico

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    Migration activists have long argued that Mexico does not have the security conditions to offer safe haven for migrants feeling violence in Central America. Many are now waiting in temporary shelters in the border city of Tijuana, leading the mayor declare a humanitarian crisis. Trump threatened Thursday to shut down the border crossing entirely if his administration determines that Mexico has lost "control" of the situation in Tijuana.
  • China says its staff safe in Pakistan consulate attack

    China says its staff safe in Pakistan consulate attack

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    Amir Rana, executive director of the independent Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies, said he didn't think Friday's attack would have much of an impact on Chinese projects in Pakistan, as both countries have calculated the security risks. Wang, who is a state councillor and China's foreign minister, strongly condemned the attack during a phone call with Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, according to a statement published on the Chinese ministry's website.
  • Russian military intelligence chief dead

    Russian military intelligence chief dead

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    Korobov's agency entered the worldwide spotlight this year when Britain accused it of perpetrating the near-fatal attack on former Russian spy turned double agent Sergei Skripal in the southern English city of Salisbury. Petersburg native who is supposedly known as "Putin's eyes and ears inside Russia's military intelligence". He died on Wednesday from a "long and serious illness", the ministry said in a statement carried by Russian news agencies.
  • Leaning Tower Of Pisa is getting things straight

    Leaning Tower Of Pisa is getting things straight

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    Already during the construction, the tower sank into the sandy ground, so that from the fourth floor onwards, it had to be built diagonally in order to compensate the inclination. Officials in Pisa have also halved the number of visitors allowed to clamber to the top of the tower for a sweeping view of the Tuscan surroundings.
  • Ex-FBI director James Comey to testify before outgoing Congress

    Ex-FBI director James Comey to testify before outgoing Congress

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    Former FBI Director James Comey , who was sacked by President Trump , wrote on Twitter on Thanksgiving that he had received a subpoena from Congress. Comey, who oversaw an investigation of then-candidate Clinton's use of a personal email account and a private server while she was secretary of state, was harshly critical of her behavior but concluded that it did not rise to the level of a prosecutable offense.
  • Poor air quality in Sydney after dust haze

    Poor air quality in Sydney after dust haze

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    In the interior of New South Wales locals reported great billowing columns of red dust blowing into towns and reducing visibility to a few yards in places. Parts of the state have already experienced dust storms this week with Griffith in southwest NSW covered by dust on Tuesday. Narramore said the system may not be as large as the previous storm but could still pose health risks.
  • Theresa May faces further battles to secure her Brexit deal

    Theresa May faces further battles to secure her Brexit deal

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    Damian Hinds MP appeared on the breakfast show to discuss Theresa May's claims that she has the backing of the Cabinet on her divisive Brexit deal. However, the cabinet minister said she still thinks the deal is likely to get through parliament, saying, "I think likelihood is that, despite what people say, the withdrawal agreement will get through".
  • United States tourist killed by arrow-shooting Indian tribe

    United States tourist killed by arrow-shooting Indian tribe

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    Pathak identified the American as John Allen Chau and said he told a hotel he was 26 years old. Local media have reported that Chau may have wanted to meet the tribe to preach Christianity to them. Police have registered a case of murder and seven accused persons have been arrested. Reportedly, their population varies from 15 to 150 people and have remained untouched from past 60,000 years.
  • Cops don't yet have a motive for deadly Colts Neck mansion fire

    Cops don't yet have a motive for deadly Colts Neck mansion fire

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    State records from 2014 show that Paul and Keith Caneiro registered an Asbury Park-based company named Jay-Martin Systems that was doing business as "Square One". The three individuals found inside the home were reportedly severely burned, making them hard to identify. Keith Caniero, his wife, Jennifer, and their two children were found dead at their 15 Willow Brook Road residence in Colts Neck yesterday after reports of a fire at the home.
  • Black Friday shooting leaves one dead and two injured in Alabama

    Black Friday shooting leaves one dead and two injured in Alabama

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    Shots rang out at the Riverchase Galleria Mall in Hoover, Alabama , just outside of Birmingham on Thursday night as shoppers flocked for early Black Friday deals after Thanksgiving dinner. Lexi Joiner told Al.com she was shopping with her mother when the gunfire started. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is investigating the case at the request of the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office because the Hoover police officer shot and killed the man.