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Receiving the gift, Michelle Obama betrayed a side eye that became her signature gesture during the day. She was the first female presidential candidate nominated by a major party, while he bragged about groping women without their consent in a 2005 video released one month before the election.
  • 27-year-old Bloomingdale officer killed in serious crash

    27-year-old Bloomingdale officer killed in serious crash

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    Police said the officer lost control of his squad vehicle and slammed into a light pole and light box at Army Trail Road and Cardinal Avenue around 9:30 p.m. This is a developing story. Officials did not release the officer's name pending notification of his family. Murrell was a member of Bloomingdale Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 175, as well as the lodge's labor council unit, a statement from the union said.
  • National Park Service knocks Trump on Twitter

    National Park Service knocks Trump on Twitter

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    We have received direction from the Department through [the Washington Support Office] that directs all [Department of Interior] bureaus to immediately cease use of government Twitter accounts until further notice. The directive did not affect other social media platforms and said existing accounts did not need to be deleted or suspended until further direction.
  • National Grid PLC (LON:NG) Issued With 'Underperform' Rating At Credit Suisse

    National Grid PLC (LON:NG) Issued With 'Underperform' Rating At Credit Suisse

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    Zacks Investment Research upgraded National Grid PLC from a "sell" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $65.00 price objective on the stock in a research report on Wednesday, January 11th. The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Tuesday, November 22nd. Fayez Sarofim & Co. purchased a new stake in shares of National Grid PLC during the third quarter valued at approximately $274,000.
  • Scotland plots 66% emissions cut

    Scotland plots 66% emissions cut

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    Scotland has outlined "a new level of ambition" to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 66% by 2032. Scotland has already exceeded its 2020 climate change target by achieving a 42 per cent reduction in emissions six years early. "The transition to a low carbon economy offers important opportunities for Scotland - thanks to our highly skilled workforce, the strength of our research institutions and, of course, our natural resources", she said.
  • Man arrested in connection with the murder of Irene White

    Man arrested in connection with the murder of Irene White

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    The suspect can be detained for up to 24 hours without charge. The man now detained is a third level student. Gardaí described yesterday's arrest as a breakthrough in their lengthy investigation. Her body was found by her mother at 12.30pm. Gardaí were working on the basis the killer had been hired to murder Ms White. Last November, Ms White's daughter Jennifer also made a fresh appeal for information on the killing.
  • Turkish lawmakers approve bill boosting Erdogan's power

    Turkish lawmakers approve bill boosting Erdogan's power

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    The constitutional amendment needed a minimum of 330 votes or more, a three-fifths majority, to allow it to be sent for a referendum for final approval. The proposed changes, which will create an executive presidency for the first time in modern Turkey, are controversial and far-reaching. The president will have the power to appoint and fire ministers, while the post of prime minister will be abolished for the first time in Turkey's history.
  • Mexico sends 91 Cubans back after U.S. law change

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    Those illegal Cuban migrants, 71 men and 20 women, were sent to Havana Friday morning on a police plane leaving from the airport of Tapachula, in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. Days before leaving office on Friday, former USA president Barack Obama ended decades-old regulations that allowed Cubans arriving in the United States to settle there without a visa.
  • Rocket hits Istanbul police station; no one is hurt

    Rocket hits Istanbul police station; no one is hurt

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    Istanbul Gov. Vahip Sahin said a "large scale" police operation was launched to catch the assailant or assailants. A Turkish police officer secures a road near Istanbul's main police headquarters, Friday, Jan. "The exterior garden wall was hit". Turkey has been hit by a series of gun and bomb attacks in recent months, some claimed by Kurdish PKK militants, others blamed on Islamic State.
  • India asked to stop work on Kishanganga and Ratle projects

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    Under the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), it is the responsibility of the World Bank to play its role without further delay. The committee also asked the World Bank that till it constitutes the court of Arbitration, it must demand of India an immediate halt to ongoing construction of Ratle Dam till the issue is resolved.
  • Bomb blast at market in Pakistan kills 15

    Bomb blast at market in Pakistan kills 15

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    The blast reportedly occurred in the early morning at the Eidgah Market, where a large crowd had gathered to buy vegetables and fruits, Geo News reported. He stated that the landmine blast took place at 08.50 pm. "Army helicopters are evacuating the injured", it said in a short statement. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan condemned the blast and ordered for a detailed report regarding the incident.