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Trudeau apologizes for violating ethics laws with visits to Aga Khan's island

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is under investigation for a vacation he took at the Aga Khan's island a year ago, Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson said in a news release on Wednesday. "Moving forward, we will be behaving differently". "However, there were no private interactions between Mr. Trudeau and the Aga Khan until Mr. Trudeau became Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada", the report states.

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Virginia House Dems to vote on would-be speaker

The caucus vote comes after a day after Democrats appear to have secured a 50-50 tie in the lower chamber with a one-vote election victory after a recount in a Newport News House district. A recount for that race is scheduled to begin tomorrow, but the fact that at least 147 voters were given the wrong ballots in that contest - prompting the request for a new election - is considered a bigger factor.

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Brexit transition 'should end by 2021', European Union negotiator Barnier says

According to the BBC , EU lenders operating in Britain will not have to create subsidiaries based in the United Kingdom to carry on with their business even if London and Brussels fail to reach a trade agreement . Earlier this year, Deutsche Bank , which employs approximately 9,000 people in Britain, estimated it could face costs amounting to billions of dollars to create a UK-based subsidiary.

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Trump talked of rescinding Gorsuch nomination after criticism

But bumbling White House aides didn't get the letter to Trump until March 11, the paper reported , fueling his rage. Trump "was upset that Gorsuch had pointedly distanced himself from the president in a private February meeting with Sen".

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Kaspersky sues DHS over federal blacklist

The Department of Homeland Security in September issued a directive to us civilian agencies ordering them to remove Kaspersky Lab from their computer networks within 90 days. He said it "has harmed Kaspersky Lab's reputation and its commercial operations without any evidence of wrongdoing by the company". The thought of Russian intelligence, or any old miscreants, extracting sensitive information from United States federal PCs via Kaspersky's tools, frankly, freaks out American officials.

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Satta Ke Sitaare: Himachal, Gujarat to go to BJP, exit polls predict

The voting was held following an acrimonious campaign, where both the main political parties indulged in no-holds-barred attacks on each others. 24-year-old Hardik Patel, the face of a massive agitation by the influential Patel or Patidar community for reservation in government jobs and colleges, asked his community to vote for the Congress to punish the BJP for not including them in castes that benefit from affirmative action.

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White House officials tamp down speculation about firing special counsel Robert Mueller

In the letter to the Republican chairmen of the House Oversight and the Senate Homeland Security committees, Langhofer contends that the disclosure by GSA was "unauthorized", and it considers the documents private and privileged and not government property.

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SNL Throws a Very Trump-y Christmas Tree Trimming Party

When Trump asks Conway what she wants for Christmas, she simply replies: "I want out". "Hey!" she shouted. "Let me in!" Sessions' ornament was Robert Mueller's face because "he's next", he said. "Ivanka, you made it, but where's Jared?" Scarlett Johansson made a return appearance as Ivanka - minus Jared, who was "packing a go-bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives".

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Central Intelligence Agency helped Russian Federation halt terrorist attack

Putin said Russian Federation would alert USA authorities if it received information about any attack being planned on the United States, the Kremlin said . FSB chief Alexander Bortnikov said on Tuesday the country was monitoring the possible return of jihadists from Syria, a threat which has increased since Moscow's military intervention in the country.

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Woman mauled to death by own dogs

In 2011 four-year-old Ayen Chol was killed by a neighbour's pit bull-mastiff cross after it walked into her Melbourne home and fatally mauled her in her family's living room. Amy L. Pike, of the Veterinary Referral Center of Northern Virginia and a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists, said, "Dogs don't just attack out of the blue".

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Tillerson: All Options Remain on Table to Contain DPRK Nuclear Threat

As I said earlier this week, a sustained cessation of North Korea's threatening behaviour must occur before talks can begin. "The United States will use all necessary measures to defend itself against North Korean aggression, but our hope remains that diplomacy will produce a resolution".

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Preschoolers fight over baby Jesus during nativity pageant in East Tennessee

Toddlers and small children were gathered around a nativity scene as a choir sang verses of "Away in a Manger", but Tana's daughter - 2-year-old Teegan, who was portraying a sheep - chose to liven up the production. During the children's exchange on stage, laughter could be heard from the church audience. Tana spoke to " Today Parents " and admitted that her daughter loves to be in the spotlight.

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Jeff Flake Fired an Early Shot in the Death of Net Neutrality

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said President Trump supports the FCC's decision to overturn net neutrality. "The FCC vote to end net neutrality is a blow to binge watchers and the streaming services they love", said Chip Pickering, a former Republican congressman who now heads tech trade group Incompas, in a statement Thursday.

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Christmas cancelled: Jesus's hometown of Nazareth SCRAPS celebrations because of Trump

Mr Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital city, as UG Christian News reported, was a significant policy which triggered both applause and protests across the world. Nazareth as one of the holiest cities in Christendom because it was there that the angel Gabriel is believed by Christians to have told the Virgin Mary she would conceive and bear Jesus.

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Sonia Gandh retires from position as India Congress party president

Sonia Gandhi becomes the president of the Congress party in 1998, seven years after her husband, Rajiv Gandhi , was assassinated. The announcement comes a day before her son, Rahul Gandhi, succeeds her as party president. Under her 19-year leadership, the Congress had won consecutive Lok Sabha elections in 2004 and 2009. "Mr. Gandhi feels that the most effective counterpoint to the RSS agenda will be the mobilisation of women who stand to lose the most in hard Hindutva cultural ...

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OAP Physically Dragged From Home After Missing Rent Payments

Fitzgerald also had complained about having mold in her apartment, but said the facility had her apartment tested and no mold was found, Twinem said. She spent about two days in the lake county jail before finally being released to a caregiver.

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Slippery roads during Thursday morning commute

The high temperature on Thursday is 35 degrees, the NWS said. Drivers should be prepared for reduced visibility, snow-covered roads and blowing snow across roadways. Sunday night , the low will be around 31 with mostly cloudy skies, according to the weather service. Sunday night , another system tries to bring some light snow which may slow us down during the Monday morning drive.

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Facebook to overhaul Irish tax scheme

The online advertising giant is to make the change in every country outside the U.S. where it has an office. The UK government announced last month it would apply its "Google Tax" on internet companies' royalties made to subsidiaries in low-tax countries.

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Two Dead After Shooting At Penn State Beaver

Penn State Beaver spokeswoman April Johnston-Smith said that not numerous school's 650 students were on campus because it is finals week. The shooting occurred in a parking lot and the suspect is believed to be the estranged husband of the victim.

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Window from USA military chopper falls onto school grounds in Japan's Okinawa

A 10-year-old boy at a school in Okinawa was slightly injured when a transport helicopter from a nearby U.S. Marine Corps base lost a windshield as it flew overhead. "This is a regrettable incident and we apologize for any anxiety it has caused the community". The latest incident is nearly sure to embolden Okinawa's small but potent protest movement, which is backed by popular support and Onaga, and lead to renewed protests of both US military aircraft and plans to relocate Marine air ...

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NY attack: Trump says urgent need to fix 'Lax' immigration

They noted that his uncle, now a United States citizen, originally came on a diversity lottery visa, a program that benefits up to 50,000 people per year from countries with lower levels of immigration to the U.S. The president urged Congress to prioritize national security and immigrants who are able to contribute to the economy over immigrants who have little to no ties to the United States.

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Geminids meteor shower: What to expect near Evansville

With the past few meteor showers, a full or almost full moon has not made for the best viewing conditions. The meteors will appear to radiate from the constellation Gemini , which is in between the constellations Taurus and Cancer - but if you're not an astronomy whiz, there's no need to look directly at Gemini to see the meteors.

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Israeli tank, aircraft hit Gaza after rocket fire

According to the IDF, the recent attacks came in response to the launch of rockets by Hamas from Gaza toward Israel, however, "hits have not yet been identified". 14) in response to the attacks, which left at least four people injured. Violence along the Israel-Gaza border has flared since President Donald Trump's recognition last week of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and the Israeli military's demolition on Sunday of a cross-border tunnel.

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Jisha Rape, Murder Case: Kerala Court finds Assamese labor guilty

The court also said that the charges of destruction of evidence (IPC 201) and other charges under various sections of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act will not stand in the case. The police believe that the evidence is sound enough to nab the accused. The Kerala Police had questioned about 2,000 people in this case and some 20 of them were subjected to DNA tests.

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LiAngelo & LaMelo Ball Sign 1-Year Contract To Play In Lithuania

LiAngelo Ball withdrew from UCLA last week after the school put him on indefinite suspension after he and two teammates were questioned by police for shoplifting while the team was in China, making embarrassing global headlines, the Times said.