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Israel Destroys Hamas Cross-border Attack Tunnel Leading Into Israel

Israel Destroys Hamas Cross-border Attack Tunnel Leading Into Israel

The IDF warning came just one day after rocket fire from Gaza struck southern Israel amid ongoing regional tensions stemming from the United States recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. Hamas, the armed group that controls Gaza, declined to comment. It was located about 1 kilometer from an Israeli community. The move is being seen as a furious retaliation to US President Donald Trump's decision to officially recognise Jeruselum as Israel's capital. Read More

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SNOW AND ICE warning upgraded by Met Éireann

SNOW AND ICE warning upgraded by Met Éireann

A new weather warning issued by the Met Office warns that some rural communities could be left without power, as 70-80mph winds hit Cumbria. There'll be icy stretches too - with north and northwest counties most at risk. "The heaviest and most frequent snow showers will progressively become confined to North-east Scotland during Saturday". "Staying dry in the midlands, south and east for much of the day with sunny spells, but showers will occur across the north and west". Read More

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Trump Will Undergo Physical Exam After Slurring Through Speech

Trump Will Undergo Physical Exam After Slurring Through Speech

All this prompted many to speculate about Trump's dental or health problems, in what was rejected by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who said that "the President's throat was dry, nothing more than that". Sanders said Trump will undergo the customary presidential physical in early 2018 at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, adding , "Those records will be released by the doctor following that taking place". Read More

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Starbucks is opening a store in China every 15 hours

Starbucks is opening a store in China every 15 hours

Twin to the Seattle-based inaugural small-lot Reserve cafe, the new restaurant boasts Starbucks' first augmented reality experience. Customers are able to watch the entire roasting process and it's interactive. This includes over 600 stores in Shanghai - the largest number of stores in any city where Starbucks has a presence. (SBUX) said it will open its biggest location ever on Wednesday in the Chinese city of Shanghai. Read More

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Bills QB Taylor day-to-day with knee injury

Bills QB Taylor day-to-day with knee injury

Keep an eye on Bills Wire, as we'll have updates surrounding Taylor's injury as they become available. However, late in the game, with the Bills down big, the gunslinger appeared in obvious pain. He was 9-of-18 for 65 yards and an interception that came at the goal line at the end of the first Bills drive of the game. The results were predictable for a fifth-round pick who was unspectacular in college, as the Pittsburgh product threw five interceptions in the first half before being ... Read More

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Yemen's Houthi leader hails ex-president's death

Yemen's Houthi leader hails ex-president's death

As the first reports of Saleh's death came in, the Saudi-led coalition that has waged devastating air strikes against the Huthis since September 2015 warned residents to evacuate rebel-controlled areas. The whereabouts of Saleh's son, and political heir, Tareq, who was leading the fight against the Houthis in the capital at the head of the Presidential Guard regiment remain unclear. Read More

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Chabahar Port inaugurated by Iranian President; allows India to bypass Pakistan

Chabahar Port inaugurated by Iranian President; allows India to bypass Pakistan

India has prepared massive investment plans, which will include a network of roads and railways at a cost of United States dollars 15 billion, as part of its strategic push in the area. Chabahar Port is geographically located in a very convenient position for India, which is in Southeast Iran at the Gulf of Oman and serves as Iran's only Oceanic Port in the Indian Ocean. Read More

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North Korea: US 'begging' for war with 'largest ever' joint aerial drill

North Korea: US 'begging' for war with 'largest ever' joint aerial drill

North Korea's state-run media say leader Kim Jong Un has visited a factory that makes tires for a launcher vehicle used to carry a new intercontinental ballistic missile. They will be joined by more F-35bs - the Marine Corps version, based in Japan - B-1 bombers and E-3 airborne warning and control system (AWACS) aircraft that will fly in to join the wargames and then return to bases elsewhere, the official said. Read More

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Missing Florida teen spotted in NC found safe in NY

Missing Florida teen spotted in NC found safe in NY

Her parents reported her missing on Sunday. Frisina has family in NY and Rodriguez has family in Canada and Pennsylvania, according to Columbia County Sheriff's Office public information officer Murray Smith. During the family's statement, the girl held her father, Rodd Frisina, closely and nestled under his chin, eyes closed. But I absolutely believe that she was lied to and totally misled. Read More

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NC Police: Missing three-year-old girl is believed to be dead

NC Police: Missing three-year-old girl is believed to be dead

Federal Bureau of Investigation officials said in a release Saturday that they have evidence to believe Mariah is deceased. "The searches will now shift to a recovery process", the Federal Bureau of Investigation said. Dozens had to be turned away. Authorities in North Carolina have arrested a man in connection with the disappearance of a young girl and said they are determined to find the child's body. Read More

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Nine dead, 37 injured in Taliban attack on Peshawar agriculture college

Nine dead, 37 injured in Taliban attack on Peshawar agriculture college

The area was being surveyed by military helicopters as two explosions were heard from inside the building. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations, three terrorists were killed in the ensuing operation. Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan has accepted the responsibility of the attack. "We were sleeping when we heard gunshots". The Pakistani Taliban later released a video showing the attack, recorded with what appeared to be a body-mounted camera. Read More

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Increasing clouds today with a few showers late

Increasing clouds today with a few showers late

We'll continue our stretch of above average days through early next week before colder air is expected to settle in by Wednesday . Highs this afternoon are going to be more than 10 degrees cooler compared to yesterday afternoon. It won't be a total washout, but showers will be likely especially for the afternoon hours. A rogue shower can not be ruled out during the day. Looking ahead to next week, a potential pattern change is on the way that will likely bring some rain on Tuesday ... Read More

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Critics Bash First Lady Melania Trumpâ??s White House Christmas Decorations

Critics Bash First Lady Melania Trumpâ??s White House Christmas Decorations

At the annual lighting of the national Christmas tree, President Trump said Thursday evening the holiday reminds Americans that "each one of us is a child of God". The decorations continue a tradition that dates back decades. In a video the First Lady posted on Twitter , viewers can see the nativity scene, which shows Mary, Joseph, and baby Jesus with a crown, as well as other stunning Christmas decorations. Read More

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Cyclone Ockhi: Indian Navy deploys ships, aircraft to locate missing fishermen

Cyclone Ockhi: Indian Navy deploys ships, aircraft to locate missing fishermen

Responding to a request for assistance made by District Collector of Trivandrum, the Indian Navy dispatched its ships and aircrafts in a search and rescue operation. Power supply was badly affected in many parts of the affected districts with KSEB trying to restore the supply till late night. IMD has predicted heavy to very heavy rain in Lakshadweep and southern parts of Tamil Nadu and Kerala till Friday due to the influence of Ockhi (named by Bangladesh). Read More

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Medical experts: Flu season may be a bad one

Medical experts: Flu season may be a bad one

Flu viruses typically circulate widely into the spring months, and it isn't clear if the early start will mean an early end or a long season. One rationale for the arduous flu season may be that this year's presently developed vaccine may have disparate to the flu drain may have wound up propagating creating the vaccinations unproductive at intercepting the outbreak. Read More

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