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France to vote against European Union licence extension for weed-killer glyphosate

The European Commission said 18 countries had backed the use of the weedkiller, with nine member nations voting against it and one abstaining. Although, Angela Merkel, the chancellor, has been unable to form a coalition government after the country's recent election, the caretaker government swung its support in favor of the weed killer.

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Reports of shots fired inside busy NY mall, shoppers evacuated

A bustling shopping mall in Middletown, New York, was evacuated Sunday after reports of a shooting, CBS New York reports . Both victims are expected to be OK. "That is yet to be determined, the intent of letting the round go", said Chief Robert Hertman of the Town of Wallkill Police Department. According to the Galleria at Crystal Run website, the mall has a "no weapons allowed" policy.

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MSNBC's Scarborough backs CNN in Trump feud

Blitzer said that despite Trump's criticism, CNN is unwavering in its mission and independence. Trump did not specify how the contest would be carried out or who or what would determine the victor of the trophy. "The outside world does not see the truth from them!" he added. Since the tape's publication, Trump has been accused of sexual assault by several women, NY magazine reports.

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Chinese Fake Trees Driving US Christmas Tree Growers Out of Business

But in Minnesota, we have thousands and thousands of trees available. Follow along with the Elves on their Instagram . Many also sell fresh wreaths and some have tree stands to keep the tree well-watered. To keep risks low, always do not forget to make sure lights are off when you're not there to take care of them. If the base of the tree does dry out and seal up, you will have to re-cut the base to allow it to absorb sufficient water.

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Black Friday Background Checks Soar To Record High

The numbers are surprising, given the recent decline in firearms sales , possibly because potential buyers have ceased to fear a federal crackdown on gun sales or gun control efforts-perhaps due to the National Rifle Association's endorsement of President Trump.

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Teacher arrested at IN school

An Indiana high school teacher got more than detention when she was arrested after a video posted to social media allegedly showed her doing drugs in an empty classroom. One parent said the news spread quickly through the halls of the high school. Cox was described as a popular English teacher who was in her second year at Lake Central High, students said.

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Is Michael Flynn breaking from Team Trump?

Given the criminal exposure Flynn is believed to have - for initially failing to disclose $530,000 U.S. in payments from the Turkish government and potentially violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act - there's incentive for him to play ball.

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Neighbor says case of found remains, detained teen is 'horrifying'

It's a tragic update in the days-long search to find a missing 15-year-old and his grandmother . Armed and risky, the 15-year-old had stolen a vehicle and was being sought as a "person of interest" in respect of the murder of his grandmother, a woman of 53-year-old whose body was found earlier this week in the city of Neptune Beach , in the suburbs of Jacksonville .

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MSU's Dan Mullen could become Florida Gator

He has been a rumored candidate for the opening at Tennessee, also in the SEC, but Florida looks like a far better fit. "I'm fortunate to be the head coach and (athletic director) John (Cohen ) and Dr. Foley didn't interview Mullen for either of his most recent failed football hires - Muschamp and McElwain - and those decisions have sent the Gators football program to a spiral of irrelevancy.

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Russia's Putin signs law on foreign media

The move comes not long after multiple Russian officials threatened retaliatory action in response the USA government's recent decision to force Russia Today , a state-owned Russian media company, to register as a foreign agent. RT's editor-in-chief visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in August 2013, where they discussed renewing his broadcast contract with RT, according to Russian and Western media.

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Conditions not yet in place for safe Rohingya returns

The United States on Wednesday joined other world powers and declared that the brutal campaign against Muslims in Myanmar amounts to ethnic cleansing. Pramila Patten, who met many Rohingya victims of sexual violence in Bangladesh camps during a visit this month, said she fully endorses the assessment by United Nations human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein that Rohingya have been victims of "ethnic cleansing".

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Ivanka Trump & Chelsea Clinton Defend Malia Obama, Telling Critics She's "Off Limits"

First Lady Melania Trump thanked Clinton for her response at the time. However, the First Daughter Ivanka Trump tweets, " Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school-aged peers". However, one of the voices which also spoke out against the Obama-stalking is Ivanka Trump , the first daughter of President Trump. Last week, a video surfaced of Obama doing what every college freshman does-making out at a tailgate before the Harvard vs.

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Trump Administration Revokes Protection From Deportation for 60000 Haitians

The Trump administration says it will end the temporary status that shelters almost 60,000 Haitians from deportation, saying the island nation has sufficiently recovered from devastating disasters to take its citizens back. Immigration advocates have said it is wrong and unfair to consider sending large numbers of immigrants back to troubled countries, particularly Haiti.

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Pakistan releases 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed from house arrest

The department also said that his release may warrant worldwide sanctions against Pakistan. "We responded to Pakistan's offer (of allowing Jadhav's wife to meet him) about 3-4 days ago". Saeed, however, said Sharif deserved to be removed for his peace overtures with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Lashkar-e-Taiba ( LeT ) founder and Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief is set to walk free on Thursday after being put under house arrest in January.

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What is Black Friday?

For Gretchen Manmiller of Fleetwood and her daughter Victoria, a freshman at Fleetwood High School, Black Friday capped 12 hours of shopping on Thursday night and Friday morning that produced a windfall: $3,000 worth of gifts and goods that, thanks to holiday deals, cost them only about $1,000.

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Celebrities Mourn David Cassidy's Death With Memories Of The Star

Born in 1950 in New York, Cassidy was the son of performers Evelyn Ward and Jack Cassidy, and though he grew up out of the limelight, he ultimately followed in their footsteps. After the show he went on to enjoy a hugely successful career in music and acting, selling a reported 30 million records worldwide and, at his peak, had a bigger fan club membership than that of The Beatles and Elvis Presley .

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Hafiz Saeed walks free, says he's fighting for freedom of Pakistan, Kashmir

Pakistani judicial panel's decision to release Hafiz Saeed, head of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist group and the man accused by India of being the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, has come as a big shock for India. The move outraged the US and Indian authorities, but Saeed's spokesman Yahya Mujahid confirmed his release, calling it a "victory of truth". India says Saeed is the main plotter of the 2008 Mumbai attack in which 166 people were killed between 26 and 29 November.

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Wife, mother to meet Kulbhushan Jadhav, ensure safety

The Ministry of External Affairs has accepted Pakistan's offer of allowing Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife to meet him, but has put forward three conditions, ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. India has also made it clear to Pakistan that the wife and mother of Jadhav should not be subjected to any kind of interrogation by Pakistani authorities if they visit the country.

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BJP hits back at Congress over language against PM

The Congress earlier said it will launch a new campaign to demand apology from the Prime Minister and the BJP for their continuous use of allegedly "deplorable" language against political rivals. Seeking to do control the damage, Congress communications incharge Randeep Surjewala said, "Congress strongly disapproves and rejects such humour through memes".

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Sunny & Pleasant This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving will see a high of 43 degrees and sunny skies, with winds around 7 miles per hour - flawless weather for a parade. Friday's high is in the upper 60s, while Saturday and Sunday have highs back in the mid 70s. Sunday will be similar to Saturday with highs remaining in the low 70s, have sunny skies and winds will switch to the south at 5-10 miles per hour.

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Volunteers assist The Salvation Army in serving meals to community

With a Packers beanie on and a bell in hand, the Congressman spent the afternoon at Pick 'n Save on Lombardi Access Road. The Mississippi Poultry Association donated 54-thousand pounds of chicken and egg to the help the Salvation Army prepare this meal.

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PAAS exposed after its clash with Congress: Gujarat CM

The Congress, he said, has offered an acceptable solution for how to include Patels as beneficiaries of affirmative action policies. Today, the leader of Patidars, Hardik Patel said the Patidar group has accepted the Congress formula to give reservations to the Patidar community .

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Colder but dry for holiday travel through Thanksgiving

Wednesday night will be clear and colder with a light northerly breeze and a low of 44 but with wind chills in the upper 30's . Our weekend will be dry but a bit cooler with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s but there aren't any major storm systems on our weather horizon, excellent weather for holiday travel.

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Ahead of 26/11 anniversary: Pak court orders release of Hafiz Saeed

Rejecting the government's plea to extend his detention for another three months, the Judicial Review Board of Punjab province comprising judges of the Lahore High Court unanimously ordered Saeed's release on the completion of his 30-day house arrest which will expire tomorrow.

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Trump Wants Ivanka and Jared Kushner to Return to NY

Under the Obama Administration the USA abstained and was the only one of the 14 countries on the UNSC not to approve the measure in December 2016. The vote took place in December 2016 - after Donald Trump was elected on a strongly pro-Israel platform but before he was inaugurated.