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It also has to pay to look after 10,000 passengers affected by Hurricane Irma in the US. The company said it planned to take legal action against people who make false illness claims. "We are also making good progress in implementing our strategy for profitable growth, with more satisfied customers, a stronger holiday offering and more efficient operations, underpinned by market-leading innovation".
  • After Macron meeting, Hariri says will clarify position in Lebanon

    After Macron meeting, Hariri says will clarify position in Lebanon

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    Lebanon's President Michel Aoun has yet to accept Saad Hariri's shock resignation , which has fueled tensions across the Middle East. His failure to return to Lebanon since then had sparked rumors he was being held in Riyadh against his will, which both he and Saudi officials have since denied.
  • Donald Trump just did Roy Moore a massive favor

    Donald Trump just did Roy Moore a massive favor

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    The President also expressed vehement opposition to Doug Jones , the Democrat in the race and Moore's only major opponent. But he ill-advisedly shifted to the claim that "you don't need somebody who's soft on crime like Jones". Top Republicans have called for Moore to leave the race, and initially the White House indicated Moore should step aside if the allegations were true.
  • Tillerson condemns violence against LGBT people on Transgender Day of Remembrance

    Tillerson condemns violence against LGBT people on Transgender Day of Remembrance

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    Many deaths of trans and gender non-conforming people go unreported. This is an important year to acknowledge and participate in TDOR, in light of the record number of transgender people killed in the United States this year alone. Across the State of South Dakota around the nation, today November 20, is a somber day to honor and remember those who died at the hands of violence, being a target due to their transgender Identity.
  • Trump Returns North Korea to List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

    Trump Returns North Korea to List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

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    The president said new sanctions were on the way for North Korea, invoking, Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died days after his return to the USA earlier this year. U.S. officials involved in the internal deliberations said there was no debate over whether the February killing of Kim's half brother Kim Jong Nam was a terrorist act.
  • US Navy Deploys Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina

    US Navy Deploys Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina

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    Commander Galeazzi said it was normal for submarines to suffer system malfunctions. According to national Argentinian newspaper La Nacion, it was subjected to years of complex fix and engineering work in 2008, which the country's navy believed would extend its life by 30 years.
  • Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces impeachment after failing to meet deadline to resign

    Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces impeachment after failing to meet deadline to resign

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    It also expels his wife Grace and names ousted VP Mnangagwa as the new party chief. "I expect that the impeachment proceedings will now commence", he said . Chiwenga, the general who announced last week on Monday that if Mugabe does not act against his wife the army will move in, escaped arrest when he returned from China about two weeks ago after Mnangagwa had fled the country.
  • Israel wants Saudi ties to defeat Iran By

    Israel wants Saudi ties to defeat Iran By

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    Eisenkot stressed that the expansion of Iranian influence across the Middle East is a major concern to both Israel and Saudi Arabia . Eisenkot added that "Under U.S. While Israel and Saudi Arabia do not have diplomatic relations, they have been edging closer recently, including a visit a year ago by a retired Saudi general heading a delegation seeking to encourage better relations.
  • Gillibrand: Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair

    Gillibrand: Bill Clinton should have resigned over Lewinsky affair

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    Gillibrand, New York Democrat, told The New York Times when asked if Mr. Clinton should've stepped down after his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, then in her early 20s, was revealed. She added, "I think in light of this conversation, we should have a very different conversation about President Trump and a very different conversation about allegations against him than what has been had to date".
  • Weekend Storm to Bring Strong Winds & Heavy Rain

    Weekend Storm to Bring Strong Winds & Heavy Rain

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    A cold front will sweep through the state from west to east on Sunday . Take a look at First Alert Future Wind Gusts at 9 p.m. on Saturday . West southwest wind around 10 miles per hour. Monday night will be mostly clear, with a low around 37. So expect a dry day with partly sunny skies, but a little brisk and colder with highs settling back down into the mid 40s, a bit cooler than average for late November.
  • Years later, Manushi Chillar from India becomes Miss World

    Years later, Manushi Chillar from India becomes Miss World

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    India won this title after 17 years when Priyanka Chopra bagged it in the year 2000. I don't think it's just about cash but love and respect she gives to someone. She is a medical student hailing from Haryana. In an interview during her grooming, she said: "The only thing I believe is certain in life is uncertainty, and this is what is unbelievable about the pageant."She had also said that she is confident of winning the crown".
  • Donald Trump's accusers, and their sexual-assault allegations, return to spotlight

    Donald Trump's accusers, and their sexual-assault allegations, return to spotlight

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    Last month, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the White House's official stance on the sexual assault accusations is that every single one of the women is lying . Leeann Tweeden shared a photo showing her asleep while Al Franken held his hands above her chest. But the strike against Franken indicated a more political rationale.
  • Richard Spencer and other far-right figures lose Twitter 'blue tick' verification

    Richard Spencer and other far-right figures lose Twitter 'blue tick' verification

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    Twitter framed the de-verifications as a response to criticism that the blue badge does not merely authenticate the account, but provides an implicit endorsement of the user's views. Far-right activist Laura Loomer , who lost her status, tweeted that the action equates to "a form of censorship". "Verification has always been perceived as an endorsement".
  • The Trump administration just lifted an Obama-era ban on elephant hunting

    The Trump administration just lifted an Obama-era ban on elephant hunting

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    For locals living in the countries where large game like lions and elephants live, hunting can be used for food, controlling population and protection of crops. Its statement included a detail that the agency omitted: A Fish and Wildlife official made the announcement at a forum the Safari Club co-hosted in Tanzania, from which elephant trophy imports remain banned.
  • Russian Federation shoots down US-backed extension of Syria gas attacks probe

    Russian Federation shoots down US-backed extension of Syria gas attacks probe

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    The 4 April sarin attack on Khan Sheikhoun that killed dozens of people prompted the United States to launch missiles on a Syrian air base. Britain's United Nations ambassador told reporters Tuesday that it's extremely important that everyone who uses chemical weapons in Syria or elsewhere is held accountable, and the JIM is crucial in determining responsibility.
  • Ontario College Strike Continues As Faculty Unanimously Votes

    Ontario College Strike Continues As Faculty Unanimously Votes "No" To Offer

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    After over 5 long, bitter weeks of protesting, negotiations and heated debates on both sides , the Ontario college strike, which has become the longest college strike in the province's history, will continue into its sixth week. The strike, which involves college professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians, began October 15 and has left some 500,000 students out of class.
  • Donald Trump Halts White House Address To Drink Water & It's Awkward AF

    Donald Trump Halts White House Address To Drink Water & It's Awkward AF

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    When he realised that there was no water bottle, he came up to announce: "They don't have water". Next time Marco Rubio should drink his water from a glass as opposed to a bottle-would have much less negative impact. "It's Rubio!" Trump declared as he held the bottle in the air. Trump then began to mock him. "Similar, but needs work on his form", Rubio wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.
  • Scotland wins historic victory over alcohol pricing

    Scotland wins historic victory over alcohol pricing

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    The Scottish government has prepared for the introduction of a minimum preferred price per unit of 50 pence ($0.66) per unit, meaning that four 440 ml cans of five percent strength lager would cost at least 4.40 pounds, a 12 percent alcohol bottle of wine would cost at least 4.50 pounds, and a 70 cls bottle of whisky could not be sold for less than 14 pounds.
  • Ivanka Trump slams Roy Moore over allegations

    Ivanka Trump slams Roy Moore over allegations

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    In Washington, Moore has lost the support of an ever-expanding list of Republicans that includes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Arizona Sen. If Moore's nomination is withdrawn, the state canvassing board will not certify votes for him. The party could also pass a resolution in support of Moore.
  • French president invites Lebanese PM to France

    French president invites Lebanese PM to France

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    The French presidency said Hariri and his family had been "invited" to France after President Emmanuel Macron spoke by telephone with both Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Salman and the Lebanese prime minister. Israel has stressed that it does not seek war with Hezbollah in Lebanon, but has launched multiple airstrikes to prevent advanced weaponry from reaching the Iran-inspired group, the most powerful military force in Lebanon.
  • Iran Earthquake: Baby Taken Out of Rubble Alive after 3 Days

    Iran Earthquake: Baby Taken Out of Rubble Alive after 3 Days

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    Rescuers have dug with their bare hands through the debris of buildings brought down by a powerful natural disaster that has killed more than 400 people in the once-contested mountainous border region between Iraq and Iran. Iran's top authority, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, offered his condolences on Monday and called on government agencies to do all they could to help.
  • US Security Delegation Heads to Israel to Discuss Syria Ceasefire

    US Security Delegation Heads to Israel to Discuss Syria Ceasefire

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    The letter came a day after American officials said that U.S. has been arming Iranian-linked militia and anti-Daesh envoy appointed during former U.S. "Anyone who has yet to understand this, should". Russia has not promised to ensure a withdrawal of pro-Iranian forces from Syria, RIA news agency quoted Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as saying on Tuesday.
  • "Operation Christmas Child" Officially Collecting Boxes

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    The gifts may be chosen for male or female and in three age ranges: 2-4, 5-9 or 10-14. Operation Christmas Child partners with churches, orphanages and schools in these underdeveloped countries that figure out which children need a gift of love the most.