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Amri is not the first Tunisian to be involved in militant attacks in Europe. Amri is the youngest of nine siblings, including five sisters. German and Italian media reported that Amri left Tunisia in 2011 after the Arab Spring uprising there and traveled to Italy on a boat with other migrants.
  • Israel re-evaluates UN ties following resolution

    Israel re-evaluates UN ties following resolution

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    While there was applause in the Security Council chamber in NY, there was fury in Jerusalem. Fourteen of 15 council members were in agreement-only the USA abstained. Today , an Israeli official claimed that the United States government planned the resolution behind Israel's back. "Obama has decided he is not going to play this game".
  • Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Seemingly Compares Him to Jesus

    Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Seemingly Compares Him to Jesus

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    The Republican National Committee (RNC) was forced to clarify that its Christmas message did not refer to President-elect Donald Trump as a "new King". However, as CNN Politics pointed out, "Last year's Christmas message from Priebus made no reference to a 'King'". Sean Spicer , the incoming White House press secretary, has slammed suggestions that the message is referring to Trump .
  • Packers/Lions game moved to prime time on NBC

    Packers/Lions game moved to prime time on NBC

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    ET to 4:25 p.m. ET: New Orleans at Atlanta and the New York Giants at Washington. Does it get better than watching OUR Detroit Lions take on the hated Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football for all the marbles? The surging Packers (9-6) have won five straight to put themselves in position to overtake the Lions (9-5) in the NFC North race.
  • Man stabbed while trying to stop fight at Washington mall

    Man stabbed while trying to stop fight at Washington mall

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    The stabbing happened inside the mall near the entrance to JCPenney around 5 p.m. Lynnwood Police vehicles were parked outside the west side of the mall. One victim was taken to the hospital and a suspect was in custody, the police department said. Police say the young man got into a fight with another teen, and then stabbed a man in his 30s who tried to stop it.
  • Top Trump aide Jason Miller abruptly backs out of administration job

    Top Trump aide Jason Miller abruptly backs out of administration job

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    He says he and his wife are expecting their second daughter in January and "this is not the right time to start a new job". Sean Spicer, the Republican National Committee communications director who was announced on December 22 as the incoming Trump White House press secretary, will be taking on Miller's planned White House responsibilities for now, in addition to his press secretary role.
  • Cape Cod Girl, 3, Shoots Herself With Father's Gun

    Cape Cod Girl, 3, Shoots Herself With Father's Gun

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    The girl is expected to survive, police said. Attempts to reach the Jenner family were unsuccessful Saturday night. Yarmouth Police seized the handgun involved-a.40 caliber semi-automatic pistol-as well as other unlicensed firearms and ammunition owned by the child's father.
  • Trump shares letter from Putin: 'His thoughts are so correct'

    Trump shares letter from Putin: 'His thoughts are so correct'

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    The president-elect's comments startled the arms-control community, with some nuclear nonproliferation activists worrying it could start a global weapons race. Putin also said that Trump's views on the need for the United States to strengthen its nuclear capabilities did not come as a surprise. Russia's Defense Ministry, meanwhile, has said it has successfully tested hypersonic, nuclear-capable ballistic missiles that could reach the U.S.
  • Netanyahu blasts U.S., says

    Netanyahu blasts U.S., says "friends don't take friends to the Security Council"

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    Samantha Power, the USA ambassador to the United Nations, speaks to reporters. New Zealand's representative on the Security Council, Gerard van Bohemen, said the resolution was long overdue. In explaining the US abstention, Ambassador Samantha Power said the move doesn't signal diminished USA support for Israel; she later added that the continued construction of settlements "seriously undermines Israel's security".