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Hillary Clinton: "Shameful" for not publishing Russia's report

Media playback is not supported on your device Media texts Hillary Clinton: "Every person who votes in this country deserves to see that report before the election" It is "inexplicable and shameful" that the British government has has not yet published a report on alleged Russian involvement in British politics, Hillary Clinton has told the BBC. The report has formal …

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Evo Morales: Bolivia's former president accepts political asylum in Mexico

Morale's departure comes a day after his resignation as president – a move that followed military intervention amid mass protests triggered by allegations of "serious irregularities" during last month's election. Morales said in a tweet late Monday that he went to Mexico, but will soon "come back with more strength and energy." "Sisters and brothers, I go to Mexico, grateful …

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Israeli forces kill chief Islamic Jihad chief in Gaza strike | News

The Palestinian group Islamic Jihad has said that one of its commanders was killed in an Israeli strike at his home in the besieged Gaza Strip. The group's armed wing announced the death in a statement on Tuesday after Israel confirmed that it had targeted Baha Abu al-Atta, 42, in a strike. More: Separately, the Palestinian group said that Israel …

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Mouse deer: lovable trapped deer caught on camera after disappearing for almost 30 years

An elusive mouse deer believed to be "lost to science" for nearly 30 years has been captured on camera in Vietnam, according to an article published on Monday in the scientific journal Nature Ecology & Evolution. The rediscovery of the silver-backed chevrotain, also known as the Vietnamese mouse deer, has prompted scientists to "call for immediate conservation measures to ensure …

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Three artists stabbed on stage in Saudi capital | Saudi Arabi News

A man stabbed three artists during a live show in Saudi Arab capital, reported state television on Monday, and allowed the victims to be in stable condition. State television images showed the man, identified as a 33-year-old Yemeni, walking on stage in Riyadh's King Abdullah Park during a musical performance of what appeared to be a foreign theater group. More: …

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Hong Kong protests: the city on the outskirts after violence day

A demonstrator is arrested in Hong Kong Central District on November 11. Police officers closed off an area where a traffic officer shot a 21-year-old protester and fired two more live rounds in Sai Wan Ho on November 11. The protests are ongoing and are in critical condition, hospital authorities say. People react after tear gas was fired by police …

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Rep. Gaetz defends Trump against recent testimony

Rep. Matt-Gaetz, R-Fla., Defended President Trump against the latest round of printouts from the House Democrats' Violence Survey, saying it's not surprising that the Washington establishment is having trouble shaking things up. "I think that time and again you will see the individuals who witness the coming week fit into the category of people who had a substantial political disagreement …

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The Department of Defense officially testified Trump questioned Ukraine's help in June

Catherine M. Croft succeeding Mr. Anderson, said she "scary" about taking a job that gave Volker advice because of Giuliani. She feared that, given his public demands for investigations from Ukraine to former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and his son, "it was possible that the Trump administration would choose to change its policy to fit domestic politics." [19659002] …

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Poland objects to the Holocaust-Era Map in the Netflix Series

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in Poland sent a sharp letter to Netflix on Sunday objecting to a map that appeared in the new documentary series, "The Devil Next Door," arguing that Poland was responsible for Nazi-controlled concentration camps . The real series, released last week, focuses on the case of John Demjanjuk, a retired autoworker from the Cleveland area who …

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