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Gianforte broke his silence at his victory celebration Thursday night, where he apologized to Jacobs. Gianforte apologized in his victory speech: "When you make a mistake you have to own up to it. More than 250,000 absentee ballots had already been cast by Wednesday, which could amount to more than half the total. Gianforte's campaign released a statement contradicting Jacobs' version of events stating that when the candidate tried to push Jacob's recorder away, Jacobs grabbed his hand ...
  • I want old greens back, jokes Wood after Wentworth 72

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    The condition of the greens also came in for criticism from the likes of Luke Donald and Justin Rose , with two-time victor Donald suggesting in 2015 they needed replacing for the second time in six years. British Open victor Stenson made rapid strides with four birdies on the inward half but said it had been tricky to read some of the greens at the start.
  • Egypt: Gunmen kill at least 23 people in bus attack

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    The horrifying attack unfolded in the Minya Province, 220 kilometers away from the capital of Cairo . Coptic Christians have faced persecution and discrimination in Egypt, which has spiked since the toppling of Hosni Mubarak's regime in 2011.
  • Former Senator Lieberman is front-runner for FBI post -Politico, CNN

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    Joe Lieberman was among his top candidates. Mr. Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Lieberman at the White House on Wednesday. Sen. On Wednesday, it was reported that Trump was considering four candidates for the job. The 75-year-old was Connecticut's attorney general in the 1980s, and presidential nominee Al Gore's running mate in the hotly contested 2000 election.
  • N.Korea launches 'projectile' north of Pyongyang

    N.Korea launches 'projectile' north of Pyongyang

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    Protesters were rallying against Park's ties to a corruption scandal, and not against her responses to North Korea provocations or her commitment to the alliance with the United States. During the closed-door meeting however, China made no mention of a new sanctions resolution and renewed its appeal for talks to de-escalate tensions on the Korean peninsula, according to diplomats.
  • Trump will convey opposition to 'settlements' during Israel trip

    Trump will convey opposition to 'settlements' during Israel trip

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    HALEY: "I don't know what the policy of the administration is, but I believe the Western Wall is part of Israel and I think that that is how, you know, we've always seen it and that's how we should pursue it". Mat Staver, the founder and chairman of the Liberty Counsel, told JNS.org that he believes Trump is receiving pressure to nix the embassy move from "some Muslim nations, some establishment people in the State Department, and even no doubt from some people in his own party and in Israel".