• 2 blasts hit near Istanbul soccer stadium; 20 police wounded
2 blasts hit near Istanbul soccer stadium; 20 police wounded

Marcelo (30) of Besiktas argues with Aziz Behich (23) of Bursaspor during the match between Besiktas and Bursaspor at Vodafone Arena in Istanbul, Turkey. Transport Minister Ahmet Arslan also described it as a terrorist attack . The explosions took place after the home team Besiktas beat visitor Bursaspor 2-1 in the Turkish Super League.

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  • Q2 Weather: A Winter Storm Warning continues for the Beartooth Mountains
Q2 Weather: A Winter Storm Warning continues for the Beartooth Mountains

The National Weather Service reminds us that a Winter Weather Advisory Means That Periods Of Snow Will Cause travel Difficulties. There is a chance that snow will linger into Monday morning. The forecast calls for 1 to 3 inches of snow overnight Saturday , followed by more snow Sunday . Areas could see six to nine inches, with the highest amoun...

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  • NK declares 3-day mourning over ex-Cuban leader Castro's death
NK declares 3-day mourning over ex-Cuban leader Castro's death

An image of the late Cuban leader Fidel Castro, surrounded by candles and roses, leans against a wall of the university where Castro studied law as a young man, during a students' vigil in Havana, Cuba. "We deeply mourn the death of Commander Fidel Castro", Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari said. At the same time, he said, "I'd like for everythin...

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  • Michigan Judge Orders Presidential Recount
Michigan Judge Orders Presidential Recount

As of Sunday, most counties had finished recounting some, but not all of their wards. Stein announced plans to hold a rally and press conference outside the Trump Tower in NY on Monday to discuss the Pennsylvania recount effort .

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  • Union president Jones challenges Trump on Carrier
Union president Jones challenges Trump on Carrier

In a subsequent tweet , Trump slammed the union for not being able to keep the jobs in IN on its own. In a second tweet, Trump suggested Jones should "Spend more time working - less time talking" and the union should "Reduce dues". "It's OK to criticize the president and Trump is making clear that it's not OK". President-elect Donald Trump i...

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  • Syria's Assad says victory in Aleppo won't end the war
Syria's Assad says victory in Aleppo won't end the war

A senior State Department official said Lavrov and Kerry spoke again by phone late Thursday and "agreed to continuing having discussions about establishing a framework for a ceasefire". "But it will be a huge step towards this end". The evacuees were taken to a hospital and shelters in the western, government-held part of Aleppo. "If we are not e...

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  • Mah Legislature adjourned after condolence to Jayalalithaa
Mah Legislature adjourned after condolence to Jayalalithaa

Ms Jayalalithaa, 68, died last night after three months in hospital. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal called Jayalalithaa a towering leader who, he said, had lived and worked for the poor. Party general secretary Sitaram Yechury also condoled the the top AIADMK leader's demise. This is a far cry from the aftermath of her arrest on charges ...

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  • Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement
Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement

The Hamilton Electors website says it honors Alexander Hamilton's vision "that the Electoral College should, when necessary, act as a Constitutional fail-safe against those lacking the qualifications from becoming President". The Associated Press has reported that historically 99 percent of electors have voted for their party's nominee and so...

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  • Amazon beta testing 'Amazon Go,' Grocery store with No Checkout
Amazon beta testing 'Amazon Go,' Grocery store with No Checkout

Cameras, as well as various sensors around the store, keep track of customers and products. At the same time, computer vision and machine learning help determine what products are being bought and note them down in a virtual shopping cart. When you log into the Amazon Go app, you will use your smartphone to scan yourself into the store. The fir...

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  • Texas Republican elector says he won't cast ballot for Trump
Texas Republican elector says he won't cast ballot for Trump

Electors will vote to replace Sisneros when they convene next week in state capitals nationwide to cast their ballots for president. Suprun previously said that he would support Trump, 70, and his future presidency, but he has since changed his mind given the ex-Celebrity Apprentice host's attacks on the First Amendment and his promotion of bran...

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  • Ongwen asks International Court to direct charges against him to oseph Kony
Ongwen asks International Court to direct charges against him to oseph Kony

Dominic Ongwen, a former senior rebel commander from the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda, sits in the courtroom of the International Criminal Court (ICC) during the confirmation of charges in The Hague, the Netherlands January 21, 2016. About 150 people, mostly subsistence farmers, crammed into a room at Lukodi Primary School to watch, squeezed on...

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  • Australia's Dreamworld to reopen after deaths
Australia's Dreamworld to reopen after deaths

Individual rides will not reopen until reviews are also conducted by Australian amusement ride engineers Pitt & Sherry and an global theme park expert. The theme parks raked in 7.6 million Australian dollars (5.67 million USA dollars) in revenue last November, the company said. "Furthermore $25 from every guest entry fee from the charity weekend ...

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  • Judge: Roof's request to represent himself not rashly made
Judge: Roof's request to represent himself not rashly made

The court needs 70 qualified jurors before attorneys can begin whittling that number down to 12 jurors and six alternates. Many of those questioned say they're aware of the hearing but said that knowledge wouldn't sway them as jurors. During a motion hearing Tuesday morning, Gergel told attorney David Bruck he can not co-council Roof since Roof m...

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  • Thai activist 'first to be arrested for royal insult' under new king
Thai activist 'first to be arrested for royal insult' under new king

Lese majeste , or insulting the monarchy, carries a penalty of three to 15 years in prison. Jatupat is a prominent pro-democracy activist of Dao Din, a small student organization that has held public protests against Thailand's military government and disobeying its orders.

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  • Poland and United Kingdom seek closer ties before Brexit
Poland and United Kingdom seek closer ties before Brexit

Theresa May will host an unprecedented summit for the Polish government in London on Monday in a diplomatic charm offensive, following concerns about a wave of xenophobia against eastern Europeans since the Brexit vote. "Whether we manage to complete this arduous task of bringing negotiations to a satisfying result will depend exclusively on our im...

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  • 3 remain hospitalized after West Texas bus wreck
3 remain hospitalized after West Texas bus wreck

The Texas Department of Public Safety continues to investigate the crash between an Iraan-Sheffield ISD school bus and a semi-truck in Howard County that occurred at around 10:45 p.m. The other cheerleader sponsor was a 48-year-old woman. Lubbock Cooper School District plans to send a cheerleading squad as well. In a statement to KOSA, Iraan...

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  • Thai cabinet paves way for prince's endorsement as king
Thai cabinet paves way for prince's endorsement as king

The National Legislative Assembly met today (Nov 29) and acknowledged the accession to the throne by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn as the 10th King of the Chakri Dynasty. When he died, an emergency session of parliament that night named his grief-stricken brother Bhumibol king. Thai succession law runs on the principle of pr...

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  • Japanese leader Abe to visit Pearl Harbor with Obama
Japanese leader Abe to visit Pearl Harbor with Obama

The White House announced Monday that Abe will meet with President Barack Obama in Honolulu on December 27. In Hiroshima, Mr Obama reiterated his commitment to pursuing a world without nuclear weapons, while avoiding any direct expression of remorse or apology for the U.S.

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  • China says Trump clear about Taiwan, in touch with his team
China says Trump clear about Taiwan, in touch with his team

Trump demanded, adding: "I don't think so!" He said did Beijing ask before building "a massive military complex in the middle of the South China Sea?" Trump has vowed to declare China a "currency manipulator" on the first day of his presidency, which would oblige the US Treasury to open negotiations with Beijing on allowing the renminbi to ri...

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  • Gujarat businessman, who declared Rs 13000 crore income goes missing
Gujarat businessman, who declared Rs 13000 crore income goes missing

The IT department raided office and residential premises of Shah on November 29, 30 and December 1 after he failed to pay first installment of tax - Rs 1,560 crore - on the whopping declaration of Rs 13,860 crore under the IDS. Shah claimed that he has suffered "five heart attacks", and that he was "not glad to be doing all this, but I have no opti...

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  • Cuba and allies rally to mourn passing of Fidel Castro
Cuba and allies rally to mourn passing of Fidel Castro

The BBC's list of attendees from Latin America is unsurprising. Another admirer of Fidel Castro, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa, is joining the two presidents at the commemoration. But leaders of the United States and Russian Federation, the two countries that most defined Cuba's global relations, will be conspicuously absent during the mem...

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  • Prosecutor Holds Announcement on Charlotte Police Shooting
Prosecutor Holds Announcement on Charlotte Police Shooting

MURRAY: Three of these witnesses claimed on social media or in media interviews that Scott was unarmed, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation later determined they had not actually seen the shooting. Legal experts have told ABC News that if Scott did carry a gun at the time he was killed, its presence would not be enough to forcibly disar...

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  • Chelsea apologise
Chelsea apologise "profusely" to former striker Gary Johnson

BBC Radio 4's Today programme said it understood the former staff member left Southampton after concerns were raised regarding his behaviour towards members of the club's youth team. I hope and pray no clubs are allowed to cover this up. The programme said he was the fourth former player at the club who had come forward with allegations of abuse ...

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  • Intense Syrian bombing pounds besieged rebel-held Aleppo
Intense Syrian bombing pounds besieged rebel-held Aleppo

The head of the Relief and Rescue Organization of the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS), Morteza Salimi, told IRIB that the shipment included 150,000 food cans. The ceasefire suffered a major blow on September 17, when US-led coalition planes struck Syrian military near the town of Deir ez-Zor, killing 83 soldiers.

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  • Toronto doctor charged with murdering his wife
Toronto doctor charged with murdering his wife

The children are now in the care of Elana Shamji's mother, and police have sealed off the couple's North York home as they await a search warrant, Ryan said. Tom Chan said. According to the University of Toronto website: "After completion of an MSc degree at Yale University in 1999 and medical school at Queen's University in 2003, Dr.

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