Thursday November 23-rd, 2017

Georgia, Missouri basketball coaches separated during on-court fight Georgia, Missouri basketball coaches separated during on-court fight

Pushing and shoving ensued, and officials and each team's coaches got involved trying to break it up. Fox said he doesn't know what happened, and would have to watch film of the scuffle before he did. Following the halftime buzzer with the home team ...

Turkish Air Force destroys 12 IS facilities in northern Syria Turkish Air Force destroys 12 IS facilities in northern Syria

While Turkey was quick to recapture less well-defended towns such as Jarablus and Dabiq, Daesh has been resisting the Turkish military and the FSA's attempts to breach their defences, and have managed to inflict the heaviest losses Ankara has suffere...

Putin ordered campaign to influence US election, say intel agencies Putin ordered campaign to influence US election, say intel agencies

The report, which says that Vladimir Putin directly ordered the effort to influence the election in an effort to help President-elect Donald Trump, also used troll operations to push fake news and utilized the Guccifer 2.0 persona to release hack...

France arrests former Kosovo PM France arrests former Kosovo PM

Ramush Haradinaj was one of the leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which fought with the Yugoslav forces to achieve independence. A Serbian government official who asked not to be named told Reuters that Nikolic's forward team was "harassed"...

Chinese company Didi ChuXing invests in Brazilian company 99 Chinese company Didi ChuXing invests in Brazilian company 99

Under the terms of the investment, Didi will gain the rights to nominate a member of 99's board of directors. The move pits Didi against Uber again, this time in Brazil. "Partnering with 99, the local market leader, Didi will begin sharing capabili...

Hackers tried to breach DNC after Obama's Russian Federation sanctions Hackers tried to breach DNC after Obama's Russian Federation sanctions

It doesn't look good even if there were innocuous reasons. Watkins report added that the agency "relied on computer forensics from a third-party tech security company". Trump has expressed skepticism Russian Federation was behind the hacking, tak...

Boy left dangling from ski lift after snagging rucksack

He also said the boy, whom CNN reported to have escaped unscathed, kept his cool during the incident and kicked his skis off to reduce the weight on the backpack. While this is the second time in a matter of weeks a child has dangled from a lift by a...

SC dismisses expelled Sasikala Pushpa's petition seeking probe into Jayalalithaa's death SC dismisses expelled Sasikala Pushpa's petition seeking probe into Jayalalithaa's death

Pushpa had moved the court claiming that Jayalalithaa's death was suspicious as her medical condition was not disclosed and no one was allowed to visit her. The court also refused to entertain another plea filed by Tamil Nadu Telugu Yuva Sakthi on th...

Labor Department Seeks to Ban Google from Federal Contracts Labor Department Seeks to Ban Google from Federal Contracts

The Department of Labor sued Google today over the search behemoth's failure to provide the government with data about its employees' compensation, among other things. The company has provided hundreds of thousands of records over the previous year t...

Sakshi Maharaj stirs controversy, says Muslims responsible for rising population Sakshi Maharaj stirs controversy, says Muslims responsible for rising population

SP Meerut J Ravinder Goud said the FIR was registered at Sadar Bazar police station. Congress also complained to the Election Commission. Following the controversial statement, Haji Mohammad Salis, General Secretary of the All India Sunni Ulema...

BC government provides $50 million to hire additional teachers BC government provides $50 million to hire additional teachers

And this is just the preliminary first steps of negotiations". "We've been concerned that the current education fund is a shell game". "(It's going) to put resources in schools and in school districts for students in British Columbia", said Bernier...

Suspect in Florida Airport Shooting Arrived From Alaska Before Opening Fire Suspect in Florida Airport Shooting Arrived From Alaska Before Opening Fire

He was honorably discharged from the Army National Guard four months ago, when he was stationed at Fort Greeley, Alaska, ABC said . "Anyone who observes any suspicious activity should report it to airport personnel or police", Guglielmi said in an e...

Netanyahu thanks Congress, 'America' for House resolution condemning United Nations vote Netanyahu thanks Congress, 'America' for House resolution condemning United Nations vote

Autopsy reports showed that the shots by Azaria killed Sharif. A female relative was kicked out of the courtroom for screaming at the judges, and a second woman stormed out, shouting, "Disgusting leftists". "They voted to either repeal the resolutio...

UK's May to meet Trump in Washington in spring - PM's office UK's May to meet Trump in Washington in spring - PM's office

Farage has said his access to Trump means May should use him to build bridges between the two governments. Trump invited May to visit him "as soon as possible" in a phone call the day after the USA presidential election. Mr. Timothy tweeted that he...

Mexico will pay United States back for wall

However, recent reports indicate U.S. taxpayers will actually have to pick up the bill, with Republicans said to be ready to ask Congress for the money. Either way, it's clear that Mexico will definitely not pay for the wall up front, so if t...

'Drug gang kills 33 prisoners in Brazilian jail' 'Drug gang kills 33 prisoners in Brazilian jail'

He said some bodies were found decapitated after the incident in the Penitenciária Agrícola de Monte Cristo. In October, riots at several prisons triggered by fighting between rival gangs killed 18 people, including 10 at Agricola de Monte Cristo.

Japan recalls envoy to South Korea over 'comfort woman' statue Japan recalls envoy to South Korea over 'comfort woman' statue

Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga held a press conference informing that the government will recall Japanese Ambassador to South Korea Yasumasa Nagamine from Seoul as well as the Consul General in Busnan while describing the sculpture's ...

White House Taunts Donald Trump: Obama Won Popular Vote and Electoral College

President Barack Obama confirmed Monday that he will deliver a farewell address at McCormick Place on the evening of January 10, but where can supporters watch the historic event? The president, who has been in Hawaii on vacation since December 16,...

London tube strike set to cause commuter chaos on Monday

Most Zone 1 stations are likely to be closed throughout the strike, meaning that services across the network will be significantly reduced. RMT and TSSA called the strikes of station and revenue workers, which will affect all routes, in protest at ...

Mexico Gas Hike Looting, Blockades Leave 1 Dead, 250 Arrested Mexico Gas Hike Looting, Blockades Leave 1 Dead, 250 Arrested

As one of the more hard to implement parts of the government's sweeping energy reforms, deregulation required a 20 percent increase in fuel prices that has enraged the population. On social media, some pundits speculate that the looting has been orga...

Turkish Media Report Car Bomb Near Izmir Courthouse

It is believed that the suspect New Year's Day attack in Istanbul was in Izmir prior to his attack. The two victims were a police officer and a legal worker at the court, Governor Erol Ayyildiz said at the scene. No terrorist group has claimed ...

ISIS-linked terror group leader killed in Sarangani ISIS-linked terror group leader killed in Sarangani

Three of Maguid's followers were arrested in the shooting that happened after police went to check reports from civilians about the presence of armed men, said Suan, deputy director for operations of the regional police. A military intelligence offic...

Bin Laden's son Hamza 'actively engaged' in terrorism Bin Laden's son Hamza 'actively engaged' in terrorism

Since then, al-Qaida audio messages featuring the younger bin Laden have threatened the U.S. and western nations and called for attacks against U.S., French and Israeli interests in Washington, D.C., Paris, France, and Tel Aviv, Israel. It means any ...

Israeli Officials Back, Urge Israeli Officials Back, Urge "Shoot-to-Kill" against Palestinians: HRW

Azaria later shot the terrorist in the head, killing him, claiming that he feared that the terrorist had been carrying a bomb that he meant to explode even while he was on the ground. "But when I saw a soldier in cuffs after he shot a terrorist", h...

Government against giving additional sops to Apple

The commerce and industry ministry is unlikely to recommend special concessions to U.S. tech giant Apple, over and above those available to other players, for setting up a manufacturing unit in India, official sources said on Tuesday. Apple is also i...

Celebrity Big Brother winners 2001 Celebrity Big Brother winners 2001

While some of us are more aware of our worth than others, the latest news out of Celebrity Big Brother just doesn't add up. Many have accused the couple of faking their Christian faith to gain a bigger following in the United States after they lost...

Led coalition confirms strikes killed 15 additional civilians in Iraq, Syria Led coalition confirms strikes killed 15 additional civilians in Iraq, Syria

Operation Inherent Resolve provided short descriptions of the five cases that "more likely than not" resulted in the death of at least one civilian. That report found that strikes from March 31 to October 22 killed at least 54 civilians. Air Wars, wh...

Istanbul New Year's Eve terror suspect identified Istanbul New Year's Eve terror suspect identified

Iakhe Mashrapov , a 28-year-old from Kyrgyzstan, said he had been detained by Turkish authorities but was quickly released with an apology after what officials told him was a case of mistaken identity. When the terrorism happened, on December 31, I ...

Trump calls for halt to Gitmo releases Trump calls for halt to Gitmo releases

Earlier in the day, Trump stated in a Twitter message that the USA government should not transfer any more prisoners from the Guantanamo detention center in order to stop them from committing more crimes. During a campaign event last February, Trump ...

UK's ambassador to the European Union 'resigns unexpectedly' before Brexit talks UK's ambassador to the European Union 'resigns unexpectedly' before Brexit talks

Pro-EU campaigners said the statistics were based on the assumption of replicating EU deals with other countries that the United Kingdom would no longer be part of. "And having a handover in the middle of that, depending on when exactly he goes, is n...

FTSE kicks off 2017 on a record high, European stocks firm FTSE kicks off 2017 on a record high, European stocks firm

Jordan Hiscott, chief trader at ayondo markets, said: "We may well be facing another tumultuous year in the markets, but a move of this conviction certainly signals a continuation of the uptrend we saw in the latter stages of 2016". Intercontinental ...

Man shot dead by police on the M62 Man shot dead by police on the M62

Several of those arrested needed hospital treatment for injuries "not related to firearm discharge", but no officers were hurt. But it is a very different story in the U.S., where far more police officers are armed. "An immediate referral has been ...

Syrian Rebel Groups Suspend Planned Peace Talks

The ceasefire, which was agreed to by Russian Federation and Turkey, which back opposing sides in the conflict, has been in place since midnight Thursday. The negotiations on ceasefire agreements are underway with militia commanders in the settleme...

Megyn Kelly Leaving Fox For NBC Megyn Kelly Leaving Fox For NBC

Her schedule at Fox, where she hosted a daily news show at 9pm USA eastern time , made that impossible. Reports said that Fox News's parent company, 21st Century Fox, which is controlled by the family of Mr Murdoch, had offered Ms Kelly more ...

Finland is trying out basic income for some citizens Finland is trying out basic income for some citizens

About 2,000 citizens who were previously receiving unemployment benefits will now be awarded a monthly stipend of US$587 (€560). Kangas said that the participants will be monitored on how they will behave with the unconditional income they get: W...

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