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Karimov's death sparked fears of a power struggle but the country's powerful clans all supported Mirziyoyev who was also the ruling party's candidate. She did not attend her father's funeral, and neither did her two children, with her eldest son Islam Karimov Jr, who lives in London, calling on authorities to prove she was alive and well in a recent interview with the BBC .
  • Bills collapse dents playoff hopes in 38-24 loss to Raiders

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    Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is the first man in National Football League history with 5 game-winning touchdowns in the fourth quarter or overtime in a single season. GLENDALE, Ariz. - Carson Palmer threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns and David Johnson scored twice. "When things were going bad, we just stayed the course", Carr said.
  • Nikola Motors unveils zero emission hydrogen-electric truck

    Nikola Motors unveils zero emission hydrogen-electric truck

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    The truck primarily relies on hydrogen fuel cells, but also comes with a 320 kWh battery, to achieve a range of 1,200 miles. To be clear, hydrogen vehicles are technically electric vehicles since they run on electric motors. The Tesla Model S P100D now has the longest range for plug-in EV's at 315 miles. In terms of cost, Tesla's EV auto is priced at over $100,000 while Honda is planning to price its Clarity at around $60,000.
  • Jayalalithaa continues to be very critical: Apollo

    Jayalalithaa continues to be very critical: Apollo

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    Ponnaiyan said the chief minister was doing "physical exercises" and undergoing "physiotherapy", was eating food on her own and advising officers on issues related to government and party activities. Reports had been circulating in Chennai that the CM was critical and had been moved to the ICU. Her party continues to maintain that Amma , as she is reverently known among her supporters, is completely fine.
  • Columbus Police to provide update on OSU attack investigation

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    Student Ashley Greivenkamp signs a community message board at The Ohio State University student union Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, following an attack at on campus the previous day, in Columbus, Ohio. The FBI and local police are still investigating the OSU rampage as a potential terror attack, but have drawn no public conclusions on the motive so far.
  • Malaysian PM leads protest over Rohingya crisis

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    On Saturday, Foreign Minister Anifah Aman insisted that the Rohingya crisis was "no longer" an internal affair of Myanmar but an global matter given the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya who had fled to Malaysia and other neighboring countries.
  • Leftist candidate wins Austrian presidential election

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    Although the European Union is considered the main adversary of populists across the continent, Sunday's vote suggests that simply being opposed to everything the 28-nation bloc stands for does not ensure political gains. Some 6.4 million Austrians were eligible to vote in Sunday's election. But pollsters predicted a final result of 53.3 percent to 46.7 percent in favor of Van der Bellen once the approximately 500,000 absentee ballots were tallied.
  • Iran says extension of sanctions act shows US unreliable

    Iran says extension of sanctions act shows US unreliable

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    On Thursday the U.S. Senate voted to extend the Iran Sanctions Act by 10 years. "America is acting against its commitment", Zarif added. "Calling the move a violation of the nuclear deal reached by Iran and six world powers in July 2015, Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Movahedi-Kermani - according to the Tehran regime's semi-official state news agency Fars - warned , "[The Americans] should know that the Islamic Republic of Iran will certainly show serious reaction against it".
  • Sartaj Aziz barred from talking to media by Indian authorities

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    The declaration said the countries encourage early finalisation of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism with consensus. India's efforts to "spoil" Pak-Afghan ties will not succeed, Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said as he downplayed Afghan President's criticism of Pakistan's support to terrorism, saying it was meant to "please" India.
  • Nigeria Buys Military Aircraft From Russia and Pakistan as US Demurs

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    Consequently, the Nigerian Air Force is expecting arrival of war-planes and helicopters from Pakistan and Russian Federation to boost its fleets. These strategies have led to the training of over 700 pilots in different parts of the world in the past 18 months to acquire relevant skills to be more effective in the fight against insecurity.
  • Mass Wildfire in Israel Leads to 13 Being Arrest Due to Arson

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    Netanyahu and other right-wing leaders on Friday pointed the finger at Israeli Arabs, suggesting they committed "arson-terrorism". Education Minister Naftali Bennett, the leader of the Jewish Home party which supports settlements in the West Bank where Palestinians seek statehood, said on Twitter that arsonists were disloyal to Israel , hinting that those who set the fires could not be Jewish.