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Since Park took office in 2013, her administration has struggled to address a number of domestic challenges, including government corruption, negligence with regard to public safety, and rising unemployment. The protest on Saturday was the largest in the capital since June 10, 2008, when police said 80,000 people took part in a candlelight vigil denouncing the government's decision to resume US beef imports amid mad cow fears.
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    Donald Trump has said he would consider seeking advice from Bill Clinton, just days after besting the former president's wife, Hillary, in the upset USA presidential election. The anticipated show of civility at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue contrasted with postelection scenes of protests across a politically divided country. In one tweet that was recently deleted (but can be seen here and here), Trump even called for revolution, saying of Obama: "He lost the popular vote by a lot and won ...
  • Trump to make peace between Israel and Palestine in 'Ultimate Deal'

    Trump to make peace between Israel and Palestine in 'Ultimate Deal'

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    I look forward to strengthening the unbreakable bond between our two great peoples. Education Minister Naftali Bennett, who heads the hardline Jewish Home party, said on Wednesday that the U.S. While Trump's unpredictability is a concern for Israelis, Netanyahu may be relieved to have a Republican in the White House after facing mounting criticism from President Barack Obama over Israeli settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories.
  • Mother of suspect in 7 killings says he is 'not a monster'

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    Nichole Ellen Carver, 35, allegedly pretended to be an Anderson police officer to get access to phone records of husband Charlie Carver, 32, who was reported missing in August along with his girlfriend, Kala Brown , 30, Anderson police spokesman Captain Mike Aikens tells PEOPLE.
  • Two US service members killed in Afghanistan Jane Onyanga-Omara, USA TODAY

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    NATO's Resolute Support mission tweeted that strikes were carried out "to defend friendly forces under fire" and that reports of civilian casualties will be investigated. He also announced a local investigation had been started. Afghan forces said they fought back to regain control of the city. Nato's combat operations ended in Afghanistan at the end of 2014 and it handed over the country's security to Afghan forces.
  • Major decision on pipeline crossing river could come within days

    Major decision on pipeline crossing river could come within days

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    The thousands of protesters, or water protectors, have camped out to prevent the pipeline from contaminating the drinking water of millions and destroying sacred and cultural sites. The Obama administration said late Friday afternoon that no decision has been made on the disputed easement for the Dakota Access pipeline. The latest demonstration took place just a day after almost 40 people were arrested on Friday at the construction site for the pipeline, which has drawn opposition from ...
  • Mexico Tells Trump It Will Not Pay For Border Wall

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    Mexican President, Enrique Nieto, has described the outcome of the USA presidential election as opening of a new chapter in relationship between both countries. It's unclear whether they now will have to rethink their strategies. Donald Trump's victory in the recent presidential race puts uncertainty among automakers.
  • Mistrial Declared in Fatal Cincinnati Police-Involved Shooting

    Mistrial Declared in Fatal Cincinnati Police-Involved Shooting

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    Tensing was sacked from the university police force after Sam DuBose's shooting in July 2015. The jury was directed to consider murder first during deliberations. That group converged with another cluster of protesters Downtown - those protesting the outcome of Tuesday's presidential election, won by businessman Donald Trump.
  • Hillary Clinton Blames FBI Director James Comey for Election Loss

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    Hillary Clinton told donors on a conference call Saturday that she blames FBI Director James Comey for stopping her campaign's momentum in the final stretch, a source on the call told NBC News. The director's initial decision to make a renewed inquiry into Clinton's emails public on October 28 upended the campaign at a crucial moment, sapping a surging Clinton's momentum and giving Trump fresh ammunition to challenge her trustworthiness.
  • Hillary Clinton blames Federal Bureau of Investigation for losing presidential election

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    In her most extensive remarks since she conceded the race to Donald J. Trump early Wednesday, Mrs. Clinton told donors on a 30-minute conference call that Mr. Clinton did not make that accusation Saturday. But Clinton did say that what should have been good news essentially backfired. During an organizing event in Daytona Beach, she lashed out at Comey's "unprecedented" and " deeply troubling " actions.
  • Obama promises peaceful transition of power, urges country to unite behind Trump

    Obama promises peaceful transition of power, urges country to unite behind Trump

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    Speaking to reporters, Barack Obama said the two spoke of matters concerning foreign and domestic policy, as well as administrative and organisational issues regarding the White House. Trump set both parties on edge when he refused to say in the third and final debate whether he would accept the election's results, citing with no evidence the possibility of a rigged outcome.
  • President Obama and Donald Trump Meet in Oval Office

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    Speaking to Clinton supporters in October, following the release of tapes which showed Trump boasting about grabbing women "by the pussy", Mrs Obama said the tapes had "shaken [her] to [her] core". Pence meant to join both meetings. The president-elect also told the Journal that he favors the prohibition on insurers denying coverage to patient with a pre-existing condition.