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On Monday, his team postponed a press conference scheduled for this week that was meant to address potential conflicts of interest over his business because, they said, he needed more time . Before running for president against Trump in 2016, Perry also ran in 2012. That led to fears that Trump's administration was undertaking a "witch hunt" to single out those workers.
  • Andrew Garfield is excited to watch the new Spider-Man film

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    It isn't unheard of for a studio to plan a sequel to a film that hasn't been released yet. Our new Spider-Man is British actor Tom Holland (seen in the tsunami film The Impossible ) who embodies the awkwardness necessary for the Peter Parker character, and the wits for the Spider-Man one.
  • Delta plane from Buffalo slides off runway at Detroit Metro Airport

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    It landed and was in the process of turning off the runway and on to a taxi runway when it left the runway and went into the grass and snow, a Delta spokesman told the news station. It's unclear whether any flights have been delayed due to the inclement weather. The flight from Buffalo was scheduled for arrival at 11:27 a.m. It was the second time that runway incursion incidents have happened at the city's airports within two months.
  • Guardiola rues Leicester 'long balls' after City crash

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    He gave me his reasons. "The players aren't satisfied, they want to play better and fight more but it's important to fight together as a team". The former France global took the reins at the Premier League side's sister club on January 1 and enjoyed a promising debut season in charge, leading New York City to a second-placed finish in the Eastern Conference, before losing 7-0 on aggregate to Toronto in the play-off semi-finals.
  • GOP senators join Dems to condemn Russian political hacking

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    Trump advisers disputed elements of the news reports, focusing particularly on a New York Times story saying that intelligence officials concluded the computer systems of the Republican National Committee also had been hacked. "Perhaps, once he has taken office, Mr. Trump will go to CIA and look at the rows of memorial stars in the lobby -- each representing a fallen officer -- and reflect on his disparagement of the intelligence community's work", he said.
  • Ipswich hospital lockdown: Man stabbed and fighting for life outside clinic

    Ipswich hospital lockdown: Man stabbed and fighting for life outside clinic

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    Police have launched an investigation into a double murder in Ipswich after a teenager and a man died from suspected stab wounds. A 17-year old was arrested at nearby Bramford on suspicion of murder. A Suffolk Constabulary spokeswoman said: 'The incident is being treated as a double murder investigation and inquiries are under way to determine exactly what happened'.
  • Blasts hit near Istanbul soccer stadium, wound 20 police

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    The flames went all the way up to the sky. "Football fans drinking tea at the cafe sought shelter, it was awful", he told Reuters . The private NTV channel reported that the target of the first attack was a bus for riot police and said almost 40 wounded were taken to hospital.
  • Syrian government: Aleppo truce must include rebel pullout

    Syrian government: Aleppo truce must include rebel pullout

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    More than 300,000 people have been killed and half the population displaced since the conflict erupted in 2011, when government forces launched a brutal crackdown on peaceful protesters calling for Assad to step down. The military's Center for Reconciliation in Syria said early Friday that 8,461 civilians, including 2,934 children, have left Aleppo's eastern neighborhoods in the last 24 hours.
  • UN calls on Myanmar's Suu Kyi to visit crisis-hit Rakhine

    UN calls on Myanmar's Suu Kyi to visit crisis-hit Rakhine

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    Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak asked some 5,000 protesters in Kuala Lumpur . It also urged Arab and Muslim governments to adopt harder diplomatic stances with Myanmar regarding the persecution, and called on Islamic, Arab and global relief organizations to provide immediate assistance to Rohingya.
  • Lawmakers: South Korean leader to accept impeachment outcome

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    The South Korean president faces allegations she played a role when big business groups donated funds for non-profit foundations under the control of her confidante, Choi Soon-sil. "I am cautious about this since it's something that was created by the founder chairman and then the current chairman (Lee Kun-hee) but as there are negative perceptions about it, I will abolish it", he said.
  • Rouhani: we won't let Trump tear up US-Iran nuclear deal

    Rouhani: we won't let Trump tear up US-Iran nuclear deal

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    The nuclear deal, referred to as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), lifted global sanctions on Iran in exchange for limits placed on Iran's nuclear program. The July 2015 deal came after two years of negotiations between Iran , the United States, China, Britain, France, Germany and Russian Federation. However, Rouhani said that keeping sanctions on the books, even if they remain suspended, amounts to a breaching of the agreement.
  • Wolff: Mercedes made wrong call with Abu Dhabi GP team orders

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    With Hamilton needing to win the race and have title rival Nico Rosberg finish fourth or lower, the Briton tried to back his team-mate into the chasing pack. Former Lotus and HRT driver Karun Chandhok, who is one of the two Indians to race in Formula One, joined the likes of former Sauber driver Kamui Kobayashi in tweeting out his interest.
  • Biden jokes about 2020 bid

    Biden jokes about 2020 bid

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    A bipartisan bill to speed government drug approvals and bolster biomedical research cleared its last procedural hurdle in the Senate on Monday in an emotional moment for Biden. He at last chose last October not to challenge possible Democratic chosen one Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Were he to run in 2020, he'd be much older than any Democratic nominee ever elected.
  • CM O Panneerselvam, other ministers meet Sasikala

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    The visit assumes significance in the wake of Sasikalaa asserting her role in the party and the government. As the rumours became public, Jayalalithaa ousted Sasikala and her family from her inner circle, but took her longterm aide back in only after she promised to sever all ties with her own kin.
  • Prosecutors to play confession in church shooting trial

    Prosecutors to play confession in church shooting trial

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    We want to warn viewers that they might find it disturbing. Roof faces the death penalty. Those officers described pulling Roof over, seeing a gun under a pillow in the auto, and arresting him. On the second day of Roof's death penalty trial, Charleston police Sgt. Dan English showed the jury more than 20 video clips taken from surveillance cameras from the church.
  • Ghana opposition leader wins presidential election, radio stations report

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    Despite its best efforts, Ghana's electoral commission has been unable to adequately control the narrative and has now been forced to deny fake election results circulating on social media. He is likely to defeat incumbent President John Mahama, private Joy FM and Citi FM radio stations said on Friday. Ghana has been one of Africa's most stable democracies and voters have ejected the government of the day twice since 2000.
  • Federal Court Ruling Protects Jill Stein's Michigan Recount, Despite State Decision

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    Moments later, a state appeals court ruled that the recount should not have been permitted. The ruling came a day after District Judge Mark Goldsmith ordered an immediate state-wide recount of about 4.8 million ballots. On the state level, the appellate court ruled 3-0 the Board of Canvassers never should have allowed the recount to proceed because Stein did not qualify as an aggrieved candidate since she won only 1 percent of the vote.
  • CEO: Investment to automate at Carrier will mean fewer jobs

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    Jones told The Post that he hoped Trump would explain at a December 1 meeting 550 of the Carrier jobs weren't saved. "But he got up there", Jones said , "and, for whatever reason, lied his ass off ". In 2015, Cruz said, " I've been an outspoken opponent of crony capitalism, taking on leaders in both parties ". When pressed on where he stands, Pence responded: "I believe very much that the American people voted on November 8 for change and change in our domestic policy and, in many ...