• Saudi Security Kills Terrorist Mastermind of Prophet's Mosque Attack

    Saudi Security Kills Terrorist Mastermind of Prophet's Mosque Attack

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    Soliman Fakeeh Hospital in Jeddah. A spokesperson from the Saudi's Ministry of Interior (MoI) said that they traced the location of "a unsafe wanted fugitive", Taie bin Salem bin Yaslam Al-Saya'ari, to a house in Northern Riyadh. "They were asked to surrender, but they refused and started shooting intensely at security men in an attempt to escape", he added. The interior ministry said two explosive belts "ready to be activated" were found in the house, as well as a homemade bomb and ...
  • Cia: Putin ordinò attacchi hacker contro Clinton e pro Trump

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    E dato che si deve voltare pagina così brutalmente, si attrezza anche l'amministrazione uscente che, in vista dell'ingresso di Trump alla Casa Bianca, mette la sua legacy nero su bianco. Negli Stati Uniti tiene sempre banco la vicenda delle interferenze della Russia nell'esito delle ultime votazioni. "Inoltre abbiamo accertato che il governo russo aveva sviluppato una chiara preferenza per il presidente eletto Trump".
  • Trump looking forward to meeting Theresa May and calls United Kingdom 'special'

    Trump looking forward to meeting Theresa May and calls United Kingdom 'special'

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    After a turbulent week Whitehall may also find comfort in the president-elect's signal that the "special relationship" between the United States and the UK will be maintained under his administration. The visit of May's key staff members was "part of a process leading towards the PM's first visit with President-elect Trump". "We are pleased to have been able to make that happen and the Prime Minister looks forward to visiting the new president in the spring", the agency cited a source with ...
  • Canadians reported safe after Florida airport shooting that left five dead

    Canadians reported safe after Florida airport shooting that left five dead

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    Five people were killed during a shooting in Fort Lauderdale airport. Authorities have not released the gunman's name. Some 20 miles (30 km) north of Miami, the Fort Lauderdale airport is near cruise line terminals at Port Everglades. Air Canada and WestJet, which service Fort Lauderdale, said they had no record of any passenger with the name of the suspect or of any checked guns on any of their Friday's flights to the US city.
  • Trudeau, family and friends spent holidays on Aga Khan's private Bahamian island

    Trudeau, family and friends spent holidays on Aga Khan's private Bahamian island

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    Trudeau is planning to embark on a campaign-style tour, talking to average folks at coffee shops and church basements across the country. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is ringing in the new year with a determined effort to re-establish his connection with grassroots Canadians after closing out 2016 amid accusations of kowtowing to wealthy donors at elite Liberal fundraisers.
  • Trump team orders Obama's overseas envoys to quit by Inauguration day

    Trump team orders Obama's overseas envoys to quit by Inauguration day

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    There is usually a grace period provided to the ambassadors who need to stay back for unavoidable circumstances such as for the completion of courses/school year of their kids. In Brussels and Geneva, Denise Bauer, the United States ambassador to Belgium, and Pamela Hamamoto, the permanent representative to the United Nations, are both trying to find a way to keep daughters from having to move just months before their high school graduation.
  • HMD Global launches first Nokia smartphone

    HMD Global launches first Nokia smartphone

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    HMD Global has officially launched the first Nokia Android smartphone of this year, after acquiring the company from Microsoft. Nokia's smartphone (TA-1000) that passed China's Compulsary Certification (3C) recently is indeed the Nokia E1 as reported by NokiaPowerUser.