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Last year, Activision brushed off a troubling warning sign that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare might end up not working out as well as the mega publisher hoped. Last week we told you that the dislikes for the reveal trailer for Call of Duty : WWII were way down from that of recent titles, and this week we told you how the game reveal for Call of Duty : WWII has become the most liked video in Call of Duty history .
  • China tests new guided missile in Bohai Sea

    China tests new guided missile in Bohai Sea

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    A brief statement on the ministry's website said the test took place recently in the Bohai Gulf and "achieved the intended result". It did not elaborate on the type of missile or what it was sacked from. Beijing also believes that THAAD's X-band radar could be used to spy on China and its military movements. According to the South Korean Navy, the drills were aimed at deterring North Korean provocations and strengthening the military readiness of the Korea-US alliance.
  • Israeli video of hunger striking Palestinian prisoner 'fake'

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    Outgoing Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal said Hamas' fight was not against Judaism as a religion but against what he called "aggressor Zionists". Haniyeh's election comes shortly after Hamas unveiled a new, allegedly more pragmatic political program aimed at ending the group's global isolation.
  • Grand jury subpoenas issued in FBI Russia probe

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    In an interview with CNN, Graham said he was intrigued by former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's testimony Monday when he declined to comment over whether he had any concerns with Trump business ties and Russian Federation, saying it could influence an ongoing investigation.
  • As Trump Nears First 100 Days, Democrats Ramp up Opposition

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    Ironically, records show that the concept of a 100-day marker was something Trump previously applauded in many a campaign speech. At this stage of his presidency Donald Trump is the least popular United States leader in modern history (even if his core supporters still fully support him).
  • BC Liberals win minority government

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    Kahlon wrestled the riding from Hamilton, a former Delta councillor, who won the seat in 2013 by a razor-thin 203-vote margin over NDP candidate Sylvia Bishop. That's a question we still don't know the answer to, despite polls having closed across Canada's western-most province over three hours ago, because the results have been incredibly close.
  • Comey Is Out, But a Political Minefield Remains

    Comey Is Out, But a Political Minefield Remains

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    Comey received the news of his dismissal while he was addressing Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in Los Angeles and a television in the background flashed the news of his firing. "This is Nixonian", Pennsylvania Democratic Sen. "At the time, Mr. Trump was supportive of the most incorrect things that Comey did - editorializing about the facts of the then ended investigation and later announcing that the investigation had been reopened".
  • Jakarta's Christian governor found guilty in Islam blasphemy trial

    Jakarta's Christian governor found guilty in Islam blasphemy trial

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    Ahok, Jakarta's first non-Muslim governor for half a century and its first ethnic Chinese leader, looked calm when the verdict was announced and said he would appeal. Blasphemy is a criminal offense in Indonesia and punishable by up to five years in prison. The controversial Chinese Christian politician was put on trial in December over accusations that he insulted Islam while campaigning for re-election.
  • Trump approves plan to arm Syrian Kurds

    Trump approves plan to arm Syrian Kurds

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    The U.S. support for the SDF has been a major strain on relations between Washington and Ankara as the YPG forms the backbone of SDF forces. The plan to take Raqqa from ISIS with Kurdish forces is actually a tactic from the Obama administration playbook.
  • Kidnapped Nigerian girls freed from Boko Haram

    Kidnapped Nigerian girls freed from Boko Haram

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    President Muhammadu Buhari is now receiving the 82 freed Chibok girls behind closed doors at the Presidential Villa, Abuja . "We recognise the concern of President Buhari to ensure the earliest release of the Chibok girls for domestic and global consideration", said Dayo Adeyeye, PDP's National Working Committee's spokesman.
  • New S. Korean president says to visit DPRK under right conditions

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    Moon, who is more affiliated with Busan in terms of his personal background, has often been blamed for neglecting the Jeolla and Gwangju belt - a longtime stronghold for the main liberal wing. China has criticized the deployment of THAAD as an act of aggression aimed at China and retaliated economically by slowing Chinese tourism to South Korea .
  • Sends Donald Trump a Strong Message About Climate Change

    Sends Donald Trump a Strong Message About Climate Change

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    Administration lawyers have warned that such a downward adjustment in carbon reduction could lead to lawsuits, putting another White House policy in the hands of the courts amid ongoing legal challenges to Trump's proposed visa ban and his vow to strip "sanctuary cities" of federal funding.