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Trump's clashes with the media appear to foreshadow a stormy relationship when he moves into the White House in January. He appeared to reference a November 19 article from the newspaper's public editor, Liz Spayd, who said that the number of complaints received by the public editor's office is "five times the normal level", and one of the largest influxes since September 11, 2001.
  • Iran will Retaliate if US Breaches Nuclear Agreements

    Iran will Retaliate if US Breaches Nuclear Agreements

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    Trump strongly criticized the nuclear agreement during his presidential campaign. Many members of the U.S. Congress had expressed deep concern over the deal, warning that Tehran could evade inspections and use the money from sanction relief to destabilize the region.
  • CCTV released after dog 'cruelly beaten' on train

    CCTV released after dog 'cruelly beaten' on train

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    While reviewing the CCTV footage to find out how the carriage had been left in that condition, staff saw a man wearing a hood hanging a Staffordshire bull terrier by its lead, swinging the dog by its lead against the wall of the train, and pushing his foot against the dog's face.
  • Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei warns United States on sanctions

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    He also touched upon stance of the next United States administration toward the JCPOA, noting that "the expectation in Iran is of course that [US president-elect Donald] Trump will probably not be any better than [President Barack] Obama". However, the White House said on Tuesday that U.S. President Barack Obama would not sign any bill in his final months in office that would undermine the Iran nuclear deal.
  • Assange questioning in London ends after two days

    Assange questioning in London ends after two days

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    According to Reuters , the agreement between Sweden and Ecuador allowed Swedish Chief Prosecutor Ingrid Isgren to enter the Ecuadorian Embassy and ask Assange questions through an Ecuadorian prosecutor. The latter denies the allegations which it is subject and fears being extradited to the United States, where he could be prosecuted for leaking hundreds of thousands of confidential documents through WikiLeaks .
  • Donald Trump's 'Make America great again' Christmas ornament is $149

    Donald Trump's 'Make America great again' Christmas ornament is $149

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    The campaign announced the knickknack's availability Wednesday in an email to supporters that said Trump "makes a point of proudly saying "Merry Christmas" every chance he gets". Trump for President, Inc. The iconic $25 red hat sold-out immediately following Trump's election November 8, and has become something of a collector's item.
  • Driver in Tennessee bus crash charged with vehicular homicide

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    Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston said that five students of Woodmore Elementary School died at the spot.The number of casualties was confirmed by the spokesperson for the district attorney, Melydia Clewell. The doctors said the injured children have received donations of teddy bears and pizza deliveries called in from as far as Ohio. An unidentified mother who had three children on the bus told CBS two of them told her that before the collision, Walker asked the children if ...
  • Iran Warns of Retaliation if US Breaches Nuclear Deal

    Iran Warns of Retaliation if US Breaches Nuclear Deal

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    UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that Britain was ready to work with US President-elect Donald Trump on the successful implementation of the Iranian nuclear deal. They said the shipments were going to Oman, an Iranian ally. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's website quoted him as saying on Wednesday, "Definitely, the Islamic republic of Iran will show reaction" about the renewal.
  • Footballer boyfriend charged with murder of cheerleader girlfriend

    Footballer boyfriend charged with murder of cheerleader girlfriend

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    Sheriff's officials said Walker was found dead of a gunshot wound Monday morning at her home. Police had been monitoring Gaul since Walker's death because they believed he was planning to destroy evidence. William Riley Gaul is listed on the Maryville Scots football team's website as a freshman wide receiver. He most recently played on November 12 against Greensboro in North Carolina.
  • 9-magnitude natural disaster strikes off the coast of Japan: USGS

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    Shinkansen bullet trains, flights and other forms of transportation have been suspended or suffered delays in servic. Coastal residents in Japan were ordered to flee to higher. The U.S. Geological Survey, which put the quake at magnitude 6.9, described it as having moved along a lateral slip , saying quakes along faults that move laterally don't create the vertical movement associated with large tsunamis.