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China's Ambassador to Canada blames "White Supremacy" in Feud Over Arrests

BEIJING – China's ambassador to Canada has said that "Western egoism and white supremacy" were behind demands for Beijing to release two imprisoned Canadians, further tightening relations between countries after Canada's arrest last month by a Chinese technology manager. 19659002] Ambassador Lu Shaye wrote on Wednesday in a procurement for The Times, an Ottawa-based newspaper, that Canadians applied "double standards" …

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Pregnant Meghan Markle shows off her child stop in Hatch to visit Smart Works

It's been a great morning for the Duchess of Sussex! On Thursday morning, Kensington Palace announced that the 37-year-old king will be the patron of four different organizations, each of which is dedicated to arts, education, women support, and animal welfare. After this announcement, Duchess Meghan visited a visit to Smart Works, one of the four cartridges she has been …

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Trump to ship Davos if government remains closed

Trump customs reporters at the White House that the trip is "still on" for now, but he "won't go" if the government hasn't been reopened by Jan. 21, when he is set to depart. Aides having been discussing the Davos trip, wary of the optics of the president hobnobbing with billionaires and celebrities at the annual conference and concerned about …

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Giant gold coin trial opens in Berlin

Image copyright Reuters Image caption This file photo shows and identical coin from the same mintage                  Four men have gone on trial in Berlin, accused of the notorious of a huge solid-gold coin from the German capital's Bode Museum in 2017. The 100kg (220lb) Canadian "Big Maple Leaf" was made of pure 24-carat gold and was worth € 3.75m …

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Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn requires choices to "break deadlock"

Media playback not supported on your device Media script Jeremy Corbyn requires a choice: "This political chaos cannot continue". Supervisor Jeremy Corbyn has called for an election In a speech he said a new government would have a new mandate to negotiate a better recall agreement with the EU. He told Theresa May: "If you are so confident about your …

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China To Let 2,000 Ethnic Kazakhs Relinquish Citizenship And Leave The Country: NPR

Relatives of people missing in China's western region of Xinjiang hold up photos of their family members at an office of a Chinese Kazakh advocacy organization in Almaty, Kazakhstan.                                                                            Dake Kang / AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Dake Kang / AP               Relatives of people missing in China's western region of Xinjiang hold up …

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Google almost profits in Europe over "the right to be forgotten"

Google and other search engines should not be forced to apply the EU "right to forget beyond the limit", an advisor to the EU Supreme Court claimed Thursday. The recommendation – if followed by the EU-based Luxembourg court – would be a great victory for Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc., which for three years has fought for an order …

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Yemen soldiers killed in Houthi drone attack on the base

Media playback not supported on your device Media script Drone explodes over a podium where officials watch a military parade on a Yemeni base. A drone attack on a Yemeni government base of rebel Houthi movement has reportedly killed at least six soldiers and injured several senior officials. A video showed that a drone exploded over a podium where the …

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Turkey says will launch Syria's attack on the United States delaying troops | Turkey News

Turkey will continue an offensive against Syrian Kurdish warriors in Syria if the United States delays the withdrawal of its troops from the war-torn country, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said. "If [withdrawal] is set out with ridiculous excuses that Turks massacre the Kurds, who do not reflect reality, we will implement this decision," he told the NTV channel …

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