• White House rejects accusation of witness intimidation

    White House rejects accusation of witness intimidation

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    When Schiff read the complete tweet to Yovanovich and asked if it could affect other witnesses' willingness to talk, she said: "It's very intimidating". "Ukraine, for example, where there are huge challenges, including, you know, the issue that we are discussing today, of corruption, huge challenges".
  • Major display of police force in Paris for 'yellow vest' protest anniversary

    Major display of police force in Paris for 'yellow vest' protest anniversary

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    Authorities said about 28,000 people marched across France on Saturday, including 4,700 in Paris . They set trash cans on fire and hurled cobblestones and bottles at riot police while building barricades. 23 train stations were closed ahead of Saturday's action, including those near the Champs Elysees and Eiffel Tower. November 16, thousands of yellow vests movement supporters came to a rally in Paris .
  • Kim Kardashian West meets with Rodney Reed

    Kim Kardashian West meets with Rodney Reed

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    The appeal court, in its four-page order, said Reed's case should be returned to the trial court in Bastrop County so it could examine his claims that he is innocent and that prosecutors suppressed evidence and presented false testimony. (New York Times)Less than a month before Rodney Reed is set to be executed in Texas , a former prison inmate claims someone else confessed to the murder that sent Reed to prison.
  • Mom, three young children dead in San Diego shooting

    Mom, three young children dead in San Diego shooting

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    Police initially identified the eldest child as the lone survivor, but later said it was too early to tell. Officers had responded to a property dispute at the address around November 1, police said, and instructed the mother, now deceased, how to obtain a restraining order.
  • St Mark's Square reopens in Venice after flooding forced closure

    St Mark's Square reopens in Venice after flooding forced closure

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    Venice's mayor said the damage is estimated at hundreds of millions of euros and blamed climate change for the "dramatic situation" in the historic city. He said tax breaks for those who donate to help restore state monuments and artworks will be applied to church art repairs as well. The Italian Space Agency said it was studying radar data from satellites to detect any signs that bell towers may have shifted or that their foundations might have weakened as they were buffeted by the ...
  • Israel strikes Hamas sites in Gaza as cease-fire efforts at risk

    Israel strikes Hamas sites in Gaza as cease-fire efforts at risk

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    On Thursday morning, a ceasefire was agreed following two days of violence, which left 34 Palestinians dead in exchanges of fire. Tensions between Gaza's two largest Palestinian militant groups have spilled into the open as Islamic Jihad supporters angrily accused Hamas of not coming to their aid in this week's fighting with Israel.