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Officials say they will submit the state fee of $1.1 million to pay for the process. Green Party officials held a news conference regarding these developments at Milwaukee's City Hall at 12:15 p.m. "We're not saying this is the smoking gun, but there is enough evidence to take a look at our voting system", he said. Republican Donald Trump edged out Democrat Hillary Clinton by some 27,000 votes in Wisconsin , becoming the first GOP presidential candidate to win the state since 1984.
  • Russian Federation strengthens position as a major oil importer in China

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    Non-OPEC producer Russian Federation was also still not agreeing to cut production but favouring a freeze, a senior OPEC delegate said . While most OPEC members support a cut in production, Iran is said to oppose such a move. While Libya's OPEC governor, Mohamed Oun, said the meeting ended with a consensus that will be presented to ministers, he declined to comment on whether the group's second- and third-largest members are willing to limit output.
  • Syrian army forms volunteer corps to fight militants

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    Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said that if regime forces manage to take the district they will be able to "cut off the northern parts of rebel-held Aleppo from the rest of the opposition-held districts". Under the proposal, jihadist forces would have left east Aleppo, and both sides would cease fire. We review the key developments in Syria, including the USA naming a dozen Syrian military officials accused of leading attacks on civilians, the number of besieged people in Syria rising to ...
  • Trump's transition team in turmoil

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    He sought to reassure Republicans that the Donald Trump transition wasn't in disarray. President-elect Donald Trump avoided reporters late Tuesday as he left Trump Tower for the first time in days to go to dinner with his family. Trump is also said to be seriously considering John Bolton, a former USA ambassador to the United Nations, for the top diplomatic job. The New York Times was one of his harshest critics during the election campaign.
  • 4 in custody in connection with Prior Lake slaying

    4 in custody in connection with Prior Lake slaying

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    The man, whose name hasn't been released, was later taken to an area hospital. Investigators say charges will likely be filed following the holiday weekend. They weren't immediately formally charged. Police say the suspects fled from the vehicle. The chase eventually ended before 3 a.m., near the Bren Road-Londonderry Road exit to Hwy.
  • Barack Obama pays tribute to Ellen DeGeneres

    Barack Obama pays tribute to Ellen DeGeneres "courage" in coming out

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    Without it, Degeneres couldn't be allowed entry since she was technically unidentified. The outgoing President said it was easy to forget the risk DeGeneres took to come out as gay in 1997. As Obama made the speech, he admitted to feeling "kind of choked up", and Ellen herself even looked a little teary as she collected her award. "Everyone knows what you're talking about".
  • There's still a way to block Donald Trump from becoming president

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    Trump said "no" when asked if he would rule out investigating Clinton over her family's charity or her use of a private email server while US secretary of state, according to Twitter posts during his interview with the newspaper. Said he saw no problems in working out any potential conflicts of interest between his companies and his White House post. He ended it with a polite sit-down with the New York Times where he called the daily a "world jewel".
  • US Troops Enjoy Thanksgiving Near ISIS Stronghold Mosul

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    The attack killed at least 80 people, majority Iranian pilgrims returning from the Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala, according to police and medical sources. Islamic State fighters still control the portion of road between Tal Afar and Mosul, but the Popular Mobilization is closing in on Mosul from the west while Iraqi federal troops close in from the east of the city.
  • TPP needs the United States to survive, says Canada's trade minister

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    The Republican termed the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) "a potential disaster for our country". Asian leaders have been scrambling to save the trade pact. China has pushed its own Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), which notably excludes the United States. Asked if China could join the TPP, Ferreyros said yes but that Beijing would have to show interest first.
  • Xi eyes closer China-Spain cooperation

    Xi eyes closer China-Spain cooperation

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    China, he added, is committed to building a partnership of peace, growth, reform and civilization with the EU, and hopes that Spain will play a greater role in pushing forward China-EU relations in a sustained and steady way. The European country is also willing to join China in intensifying people-to-people exchanges and strengthening coordination on worldwide affairs, Saenz said, while also conveying Spain's readiness to continue serving as a bridge for strengthening EU-China relations.