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The prosecutors' decision to notify her of her right to remain silent is seen as their viewing of Park as a suspect in the so-called Choi-gate scandal, which continues to mushroom. A special investigation headquarters under chief Lee Yeong-ryeol investigating allegations surrounding Park's confidante Choi Sun-sil said on Nov. 13 that it was "scheduled to question President Park either on Nov.
  • Donald Trump Says He Won't Take a Salary While Serving as President

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    Sunday evening, CBS News' " 60 Minutes " featured Lesley Stahl's interview with President-elect Donald Trump . When asked if he was still going to build a wall on the 1,900-mile border between the USA and Mexico, he replied: "Yes". In the same interview , Mr Trump said he wouldn't take too many vacations while on the job, saying: "There's so much work to be done and I want to get it done for the people".
  • Warships Head for Kaikoura to Aid in NZ Earthquake

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    Others are choosing to stay until an inland road reopens. Warships from Australia, Canada and the United States, which are now in the country to take part in the Royal New Zealand Navy's 75th anniversary, have been retasked to support the national relief effort following Monday's powerful natural disaster.
  • Milwaukee County inmate: Baby died after staff ignored labor

    Milwaukee County inmate: Baby died after staff ignored labor

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    Lawyer Jason Jankowski said Swayzer told a CO her water broke as she was going into labor, but the officer laughed at her and walked away, the publication reported. Since April four people have died at the Milwaukee County Jail. Despite her diagnoses, she was placed in the jail's maximum security unit, also known as the "special needs unit".
  • Indo-Japan Nuclear Deal: People, Power and Politics

    Indo-Japan Nuclear Deal: People, Power and Politics

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    The Nuclear Cooperation Agreement, signed in the presence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Friday, talks about "Views and Understanding" wherein the Japanese side has quoted India's September 2008 declaration of unilateral moratorium on atomic tests and said if this commitment is violated, the deal will terminate, PTI reported.
  • Sam Oosterhoff wins Niagara West-Glanbrook byelection

    Sam Oosterhoff wins Niagara West-Glanbrook byelection

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    Oosterhoff won 54 per cent of the vote. Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown said instead of campaigning on their record, the Liberals attacked Oosterhoff for his social conservative beliefs. Wynne had said earlier in the week that while she didn't want to specifically discuss Oosterhoff, it "disturbs" her that there are people in society who believe in "taking us back in time" by undermining work to ensure the rights of women and that kids have access to sex education.
  • Intelligence chief steps down as Trump considers cabinet

    Intelligence chief steps down as Trump considers cabinet

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    The Reuters news agency reported that people close to Trump's transition team cited Robert Cardillo to be among the leading candidates to take over Clapper's job in the new administration. The director of national intelligence coordinates the nation's intelligence agencies. As deputy director of national intelligence, Cardillo had served as Obama's "alternate" principal briefer, an official said.
  • Overwatch Finally Reveals New Hacker Character Sombra

    Overwatch Finally Reveals New Hacker Character Sombra

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    According to her profile on the official website , "Stealth and debilitating attacks make Sombra a powerful infiltrator". Alternatively, Sombra can hack health packs to make them useless to the enemy forces. Overwatch PC players can expect to see Sombra added to the Public Test Realm (PTR) servers sometime next week. This serves to help finalize player rosters ahead of the main event.
  • Russia strikes kill at least 30 jihadists in Syria: ministry

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    The report said the death toll could likely rise due to the large number of wounded people and the poor medical conditions in the eastern part of Aleppo . The Obama administration has stood back as Turkish forces have pushed deeper into northern Syria and as Russian Federation has escalated airstrikes on eastern Aleppo this week, pummeling the city with cruise missiles and fighter jets launched from its aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean.