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France's Sarkozy loses primary with hard-line on immigration

At stake is an nearly certain place in the second round of next spring's presidential election , pollsters say, with the French left in turmoil under the deeply unpopular President Francois Hollande. One such Socialist voter, a sports teacher in his fifties who identified himself only as Eric, said on Sunday he taking part to vote "against Sarkozy ".

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Students complained about erratic driving before bus wreck

What we don't know: How fast was the bus going? How does Durham fit into the overall picture? The NBC investigation discovered some 7,000 tickets were issued to school bus drivers in New York, Dallas, Miami and Broward County, Fla., over a two-year period.

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Vigil planned in memory of slain Detroit police officer

Rose, a five-year veteran of the department. died from his injuries on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Rose was one credit away from finishing his master's degree in police administration from Wayne State University. Sgt. Kenneth Steil died September 17, five days after he was shot by a suspect wielding a sawed-off shotgun, and Officer, Myron Jarrett , 40, who was assisting a traffic accident investigation, was struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash October 28.

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Warplanes hit Islamic State targets in northern Syria - Turkish army

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the Syrian conflict with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin by phone Friday after the Turkish army accused Moscow ally Damascus of killing its soldiers in northern Syria . It is one of the remaining stronghold of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS). "Turkey has a significant presence in northern Syria ", said Al Jazeera's Javaid.

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Clinton Supporters Place Signs of Support on Her Street on Thanksgi..

Hillary Clinton's neighbors are thankful for her this Thanksgiving . [S] o he wants to go back and leave lots of signs on Thanksgiving - to say 'thank you, ' show support, love and encouragement. Well-wishers decorated the corner of Clinton's street in Chappaqua, New York, with signs that said "Thank you, Hillary" and "We are thankful for Hillary", Clinton posted on Twitter.

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Missing BC girl found safe, Amber Alert deactivated

The pair may be travelling by bus, though there is nothing to suggest they have left the Lower Mainland, he said. "We don't believe that Angela has the capability of taking care of Delilah at this point", said Vancouver Police Sgt. "Our ultimate goal here is to get Delilah back home safely", Montague said. "This is someone who doesn't have the ability to care for a four-year-old".

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Rain and wind expected by end of weekend

High near 51. South wind around 7 miles per hour. Southwest wind 8 to 10 miles per hour. The wait for Turkey day is nearly over, and a cold front pushed through overnight to help it at least feel a bit more like Thanksgiving . Northwest winds were 5 to 15 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 100 percent. Otherwise, it'll stay cloudy and the rain should move out by Thursday night .

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Sanders Calls for More Action, Less Rhetoric, Against Trump

Lawrence Jacobs, political science professor at the University of Minnesota, said Mr. Ellison is one of the anchors of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. An audience member asked if Bernie Sanders , her hero, had any tips for realizing her dream of becoming the second Latina ever elected to the Senate.

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Trump would ´love´ to broker peace between Palestinians, Israel

On his part, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O'Brien told the Council 70 percent of the population in the Gaza Strip now receives some form of worldwide assistance - yet their ability to deliver that assistance has become increasingly restricted.

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Demonetisation to eradicate black money, to benefit all: Govt to SC

Attorney General Mukul Rohtagi said that the Centre had filed a reply in the Supreme Court in compliance with the top court's earlier order on the issue. "How much have you collected so far?" Linking demonetisation to digital India, the government has said that it was meant to boost digital payments through credit and debit cards, internet banking, e-wallets and mobile apps.

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Trump taps Gov. Nikki Haley for ambassador to UN

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has accepted Donald Trump's offer to become the next U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. President- Elect Trump tapping the young governor for the role surprised a lot of people after Haley openly expressed she wasn't a fan of the candidate.

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The first Thanksgiving had blessings galore

So, there are plenty of reasons to believe the Thanksgiving tradition of sharing the harvest remains strong. We don't all have the same tastes and we all grew up differently. Azalea R. Bolton is a resident of Richmond County, member of the Story Spinners of Laurinburg, and member of the Historical Society of Richmond and Anson counties .

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Friends and family hold vigil for slain West Virginia teen

He said Means then flashed a gun at him . "He said, 'Get the [expletive] off my property.' He said I need to go on with my nappy Latino self". Court officials say Pulliam was arraigned on a murder charge and jailed Tuesday. When the teen called the police to report Pulliam, no action was taken against him and the boy was told to stay away from him. I work. I'm a good citizen.

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Two dead after shooting at Shawnee Park in Louisville

The city's single-year record, set in 1971, stands at 110 homicides. The Courier-Journal reported that the children finished playing football, and two women's teams were playing a game of flag football when the shooting began. In a Facebook video posted by one of the event-goers, at least 20 shots are heard ringing out. "I'll never be back". Waddell, who has attended the event for decades said: "I'm pretty shaken up".

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Colombia government, rebels sign revised peace agreement

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. The signing comes almost two months after voters rejected an initial agreement between the two sides. The new, revised accord will be submitted to Congress for approval, rather than put to another referendum, they added.

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With Trump's Election, We Recommit to Israeli-Palestinian Peace

Immediately after Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat tweeted: "In your term as President I am confident that you will continue to empower our city by reaffirming its sovereignty and moving the United States embassy to Jerusalem ".

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Hillary supporters seek vote recount

Jill Stein , the Green Party's 2016 presidential nominee, is demanding a recount . The group informed John Podesta, Clinton's campaign chairman, and Marc Elias, the campaign's general counsel, that Clinton received 7 per cent fewer votes in counties that relied on electronic voting machines, which the group said could have been hacked.

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Philippines president says to open up airwaves, energy and power sectors

Duterte is the Philippines most controversial leader in years, thanks to his new war on drugs which has killed more than 4,000 people since he took office on June 30, according to The Philippine Star . "He has got quite firm views and he expresses them, and very colorfully", the foreign minister added. He promised to kill more than 100,000 drug offenders and fill Manila Bay with their bodies.

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Bulldogs fall to Jayhawks in CBE HOF Classic final

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk added four second-half 3-pointers and finished with 15 points to help the Jayhawks' winning effort. The Bulldogs only made one more field goal for the rest of the half, finishing the first period on a 1-for-16 stretch.

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Magnitude 7.0 offshore quake rattles El Salvador

Reports from different offices of the country's Civil Protection agency are being awaited. The quake was centred 153km south west of Puerto El Triunfo, at a depth of 33km, the USGS reported. Tsunami waves are possible within 300 kilometres of the epicentre, the tsunami warning said. Bay Area natural disaster trackerLina Pohl, the country's environment minister, said there was a tsunami alert, with the possibility of waves 6 feet (3 meters) high along the coast.

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Iran warns of reaction to renewal of decades-old sanction

Boeing announced a $25 billion sale of commercial planes to Iran in June, but the Republican-controlled House passed a bill last week to block USA banks from financing it. President-elect Donald Trump is expected to be more harsh than Obama about enforcement of the deal, but has backed away from talk of tearing the pact up entirely.

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Suspect in Texas officer's death got married after shooting

The Austin American-Statesman initially reported Oakley's Facebook comment and that it was later removed. "What Mr. Oakley suggested was racist", Landaker said of the judge's offensive remarks in a blog post Tuesday. According to USA Today, a marriage license obtained by KENS-TV showed that the accused shooter was married just one day after the deadly shooting. McKane was arrested Monday afternoon following a nationwide manhunt, but his arrest came hours after his marriage to 27-year-old ...

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UK economy to grow at slowest pace since 2009

Infrastructure and innovation were high on the Chancellor's list to invest in, committing £23 billion to a new National Productivity Investment Fund, as well as £2.3 billion for a new Housing Infrastructure Fund. The independent government agency said that growth will slump to just 1.4% next year, down from 2.2% predicted in March. The BBC says the budget will now not be in surplus by the end of this parliament and there will be £122bn more borrowing in this parliament than had previously ...

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Whoops! Twitter briefly suspends its own CEO's account

The accidental suspension of the CEO begs the question: could Dorsey's account have been compromised? It also suspends accounts if they are spammy, fake or could introduce security risks for the platform and its users. Twitter didn't immediately respond to a request for further comment about what caused Dorsey's account to be put on ice. Dorsey had 3.91 million followers, and had tweeted more than 20,000 times, before his own network axed him just moments ago.

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Arrest made in killing of Texas detective

He was arrested later that day. A day after one of his veteran officers was gunned down in broad daylight, the chief of police in San Antonio , Texas suggested 50-year-old Detective Benjamin Marconi was killed simply because he was a police officer.