• Trump praised Manila's anti-drug war: Duterte

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    Since he took office, more than 2,000 people are suspected to have been killed by police in drug raids. In one speech while visiting Beijing, Duterte announced he would separate from the USA but later clarified that he meant he would chart a foreign policy that does not lean toward America.
  • Donald Trump Hosts First 'Thank You Tour' Rally in Ohio

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    He also called for lowering corporate taxes to encourage companies to stay in the United States. "We're going to do it". Inside, Susan from Akron, Ohio, stood close to the podium where Trump would speak, waiting with her two young daughters, who said they had faced taunting from school classmates due to their support for Trump.
  • Refugees fleeing Aleppo 'detained by government'

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    A sweeping advance by the Russian-backed Syrian army and allied militias has displaced thousands of people, leaving residents unsure where to turn to for safety as the frontline fighting rapidly moves and rebels struggle to maintain control of key neighbourhoods, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
  • Schedule released for MI presidential voting recount

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    Meanwhile in Wisconsin, where Trump defeated Clinton by roughly 22,000 votes, Stein's campaign said Wednesday that it won't appeal a judge's ruling that Wisconsin's recount can be done without counting every ballot by hand. In Pennsylvania, Trump's margin of victory was fewer than 60,000 votes (out of almost 6 million cast), according to Pennsylvania , while Stein received 49,150 votes.
  • 9 dead in Oakland warehouse fire, an artist space

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    They flooded the building with light while crews worked carefully so bodies weren't scooped up with debris, Kelly said. At least two fire extinguishers were inside, she said. Friday. The building's roof had collapsed into the second floor, which in places fell to the bottom floor. Parts of the smoldering, fragile building were still not safe enough to search.
  • Alabama tornado recovery: 4 confirmed tornadoes, 3 dead, 10000 without power

    Alabama tornado recovery: 4 confirmed tornadoes, 3 dead, 10000 without power

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    On Wednesday afternoon, a second round of storms spawned at least two more tornadoes in the Atlanta metroplex, in Carroll County southwest of the city and in Cobb County near the Six Flags theme park. Damaged pine trees show the force of Tuesday's tornado that ripped their limbs off Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016 in Leesburg, Miss., a rural community in Scott County.
  • Carter: US, partners need to stay in Iraq after IS defeat

    Carter: US, partners need to stay in Iraq after IS defeat

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    Insisting that the USA and the coalition must not halt the current campaign until the Iraqis successfully retake Mosul from the militants, Carter said the need for a continued coalition presence after that objective is complete. Carter did not say how long he believed the USA should remain in Iraq to ensure ISIL does not reestablish itself after losing all of the territory it occupied in Iraq.
  • Utah teen fires a shotgun inside school

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    The teen's parents went to the school because they were "worried" about their son and were "concerned that there were weapons missing from the home", Ross said. Police said two fast-acting Utah parents. "I was expecting much worse than what happened ", he said. "The sun shined on Bountiful today because of the outcome", Mayor Randy Lewis said.
  • Trump economic adviser: Romney pick for secretary of state would be 'betrayal'

    Trump economic adviser: Romney pick for secretary of state would be 'betrayal'

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    Stephen Moore, a senior economic adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, publicly criticized the prospect of Mitt Romney being Trump's nominee to be the next secretary of state in a radio interview this week. "This makes me so angry", he said, when host Amy Jacobson asked if he could give insight into whether Romney could be Trump's choice for secretary of state.