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Strong southwesterly flow will continue to build moisture and clouds with our next system likely to arrive overnight Monday into Tuesday! By the evening rush hour, snow will still be falling and temperatures will cool below 32°. Snow showers will taper off to flurries Tuesday afternoon. This will coincide with the morning commute as well. More information on the cold air coming in behind Monday's system can be found in my article from Saturday .
  • Remembrance Sunday: 10,000 veterans march past the Cenotaph

    Remembrance Sunday: 10,000 veterans march past the Cenotaph

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    Thousands of military personnel, veterans and members of the public gathered in the streets around the Cenotaph to honor those killed in that war and subsequent conflicts. An equerry is due to lay a wreath for the Duke of Edinburgh who is not expected to be present after retiring from royal duties two years ago. Prince Charles placed a wreath of red poppies on the Cenotaph in Whitehall during the Remembrance Day service, 2019.
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers detained or face arrest

    Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers detained or face arrest

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    The death sent tensions soaring once more in a city reeling from five months of political chaos. China's top official overseeing Hong Kong affairs said Beijing will ensure only people loyal to it become the city's chief executive, damping hopes of pro-democracy activists.
  • Fierce clashes erupt between Syrian regime, Turkish forces on border

    Fierce clashes erupt between Syrian regime, Turkish forces on border

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    Intense clashes broke out Saturday between Syrian government troops and Turkish-led forces in northeast Syria , killing at least four Syrian soldiers, the country's state media and an opposition war monitor reported. Turks officials had confirmed it on Wednesday that the visit will proceed after a conversation of both the presidents on phone. The Observatory said the man died in the hospital in the town of Derik from internal bleeding and broken bones.
  • Ex-Labour member asks people to vote for Johnson, brands Corbyn unfit

    Ex-Labour member asks people to vote for Johnson, brands Corbyn unfit

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    He will need now need to recover from another tough start. "I want to as deputy leader change all of that, change the way the country is now developing, change the way we're seeing hate overcome hope, change the script on all of that". Mr Austin quit Labour in February in response to what he claimed was a "culture of extremism, anti-Semitism and intolerance". "As I've said we would drive a hard bargain".
  • Police in 3 Bolivian cities join opposition

    Police in 3 Bolivian cities join opposition

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    During an earlier nationally televised news conference, Morales said he would also replace members of the country's election board. While some anti-government protests have remained peaceful, others have led to rioting in major cities, clashes with police, and attacks on pro-government politicians.
  • Republicans want Hunter Biden, whistleblower to testify

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    Among them were Hunter Biden and the anonymous whistleblower who raised the alarm about a conversation Trump held with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy in July where he is heard pressing the Ukrainian leader for political favor. that the president pressed Ukraine to conduct for his personal political benefit". "The Committee is evaluating the Minority's witness requests and will give due consideration to witnesses within the scope of the impeachment inquiry, as voted on by the ...
  • Trump Will ‘Probably’ Release Second Ukraine Call Transcript Next Week

    Trump Will ‘Probably’ Release Second Ukraine Call Transcript Next Week

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    Trump's dealings with Ukraine first came under scrutiny after a whistleblower raised alarm over a July conversation between the two presidents . Last September the White House published a transcript of Trump's July telephone conversation with Zelensky, during which he asked several times that his government investigate Biden, an incident that sparked the Democratic inquiry that could lead to the impeachment of the U.S.
  • Bloomberg files to run for president in Alabama primary

    Bloomberg files to run for president in Alabama primary

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    The Iowa caucuses, the first nominating contest on the Democratic primary calendar, will be held on February 3. "We will be asking them to make clear they are completely unaffiliated", longtime Bloomberg confidante Howard Wolfson said in one of more than a half-dozen tweets correcting the record to big-name accounts sharing the fake website.
  • David's Evening Forecast - Blustery and cold conditions tonight

    David's Evening Forecast - Blustery and cold conditions tonight

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    Wind gusts could reach 30 to 40 miles per hour on the Cape and Islands and 20 to 30 mph across the rest of the state. Expect we'll get to the mid 60s for highs under sunny skies. Afterwards, a very cold airmass arrives as we head into the weekend. Once the cold front passes later Thursday , the clouds and showers exit in time for a cold Friday morning .
  • Chloe Swarbrick shuts down heckler with 'OK boomer' retort

    Chloe Swarbrick shuts down heckler with 'OK boomer' retort

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    Ms. Swarbrick is commenting on the Zero Carbon Act, which aims to reduce New Zealand's net carbon emissions to zero by 2050. Explaining why she used the phrase in a text message to Stuff , Ms Swarbrick said it was a It's a "simple summarisation of collective exhaustion".