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The pheasant's owner, Mr. Gao, told the Daily Mail he started noticing the similarity after the election. A Chinese user on Weibo asked: "So does this bird look like Trump, or does Trump look like a Chinese pheasant?" Apart from everything else that's been made fun of over the years, one thing Donald Trump has been consistently mocked for is his hair (or lack thereof).
  • O'Neill cools talk of Scotland job

    O'Neill cools talk of Scotland job

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    After 4 rounds in the asset Northern Ireland 7 points and second place in the group after the German national team. Marin Leovac headed wide from a Kramaric cross five minutes later before Croatia opted to slow the tempo. Their third goal , however, was a thing of beauty. Northern Ireland will this week welcome the visit of Croatia to the British Isles, however it's the tourists who are tipped to secure the win.
  • Obama says Greek economy needs space, debt relief for growth

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    Trump has vowed to unravel almost every aspect of Obama's foreign policy, decrying what he says are bad trade deals, leaving pending agreements with Pacific nations and the European Union virtually dead. Obama has been working to reassure foreign leaders the US won't abandon its partnerships and alliance obligations despite Trump's tough campaign rhetoric.
  • Russia Bombs Syria Using Jets, Missiles From Naval Strike Force

    Russia Bombs Syria Using Jets, Missiles From Naval Strike Force

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    The jet's pilot was quickly rescued and suffered no injuries, the ministry said. A Russian navy jet crashed in the Mediterranean after taking off from Putin's flagship aircraft carrier which was sent to support Assad in Syria . The warship's flotilla sailed from Russian Federation via the English Channel in October. "Today at 10:30 and 11 am (0730 and 0800 GMT), we started a major operation to conduct mass fire damage on the ISIL and the Al-Nusra Front's positions in the Idlib and Homs ...
  • Germany's Steinmeier favors Turkey's continued EU talks

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    Turkey is "fed up" with the condescending attitude of the European Union in the country's accession talks with the bloc, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday . He lambasted European Parliament President Martin Schulz , who said this month the detention of opposition politicians and the extent of post-coup purges "call into question the basis for the sustainable relationship between the EU and Turkey".
  • AAP Govt Special Session on Demonetisation a Political Drama: BJP

    AAP Govt Special Session on Demonetisation a Political Drama: BJP

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    He made the accusation during a special session of the assembly, which passed a resolution urging President Pranab Mukherjee to direct the union government to immediately withdraw the "draconian demonetisation". It is a huge scam", he said in a Press conference. He said: "The Congress was in the Centre then, but it did not raise any voice. Why?" Kejriwal vowed to reveal more papers, which, he said, will conclusively indict PM Modi in black money case.
  • Early Morning Crash Kills Three Newburgh Family Members

    Early Morning Crash Kills Three Newburgh Family Members

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    Police said Josie Rinehart, 18, who suffered cuts and abrasions and was take to Indiana University Health hospital in Bloomington, also traveled in the Honda Civic. After investigation, police found the driver of the Honda was 46-year-old David Rinehart. According to a release, Indiana State Police officers at the Bloomington Post were dispatched on a report of a vehicle crash involving a deer on I-69 early Sunday morning.
  • Pope Francis pushes for inclusion in race, class, religion

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    Asked what was his major concern at the moment, the Pope said: "The question of refugees and migrants.the reasons for their sufferings and hardships are many and we do what we can to remove them". "Christ spoke about a world in which the poor, weak and marginalised make the decisions, not political leaders, not criminals, but the people", he said.
  • Liberals Furious Over Trump Victory Demand Changes To Facebook News Feed

    Liberals Furious Over Trump Victory Demand Changes To Facebook News Feed

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    Even relying on napkin math, that's still nearly 1% of stories in front of Facebook's 1.79 billion users. These are very important questions and I care deeply about getting them right. According to a report from Gizmodo , Facebook's engineers have actually developed a way of using its algorithms to detect and block fake news, but a test of the feature found that a disproportionate number of these stories were from right-wing sites.
  • Obama hosts Trump at White House after surprise victory

    Obama hosts Trump at White House after surprise victory

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    But I still believe in America and always will. "We must accept this result and then look to the future", she said. Trump rooted his campaign in a pledge to systematically roll back Obama's achievements, on health care, immigration, climate change, trade, global relations and more, and soon will have the tools to do it: the first single-party control of both Congress and the White House since Obama's first two years in office.
  • Rosberg fastest in Brazil final practice ahead of qualifying

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    When quizzed about Verstappen's excellent driving when he saved his vehicle from flying into the wall, Rosberg was not expecting him to be sideways when he went around the corner. The final practice earlier Saturday was run in a light mist. Hamilton started on pole and remained untroubled at the head of the pack in Sao Paulo , as persistent heavy rain wreaked havoc among the field behind him.
  • Injured Howard to miss US qualifier in Costa Rica

    Injured Howard to miss US qualifier in Costa Rica

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    Soccer announced on Sunday. As for Howard, he will return to Colorado where he plays for the Rapids for further evaluation and treatment. Brad Guzan, who replaced Howard in the 40th minute against El Tri, is expected to start versus Costa Rica.
  • PM Modi's Japan visit: Ground breaking ceremony of bullet train in 2017

    PM Modi's Japan visit: Ground breaking ceremony of bullet train in 2017

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    The NPT is an worldwide binding agreement created to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons-related technology. But this assurance had always been supplied by New Delhi right through its nuclear discussion with Japan. The accord is strictly for peaceful purposes and Japan can break it if India conducts another nuclear weapons test. However, there are strong criticisms that Japan should not export its nuclear technologies after the disaster at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power ...
  • Nimrud: Iraqi troops recapture site of Assyrian city

    Nimrud: Iraqi troops recapture site of Assyrian city

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    The Iraqi military said: "Troops from the Ninth Armoured Division liberated Nimrud town completely and raised the Iraqi flag above its buildings". Founded in the 13th century BC, it became the capital of the Assyrian empire, whose rulers built vast palaces and monuments that have drawn archaeologists for more than 150 years.
  • DREAMers fear nightmare scenario in Trump's America

    DREAMers fear nightmare scenario in Trump's America

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    Diane Guerrero , an actress who became an outspoken advocate for immigration reform after her undocumented parents were deported, published a tough missive Friday vowing to battle President-elect Donald Trump's anti-immigrant plans . Edwin Valdez, who works with Sacramento Area Congregations Together, poses with his family. Gaby Pacheco, a DREAMer and an immigrant rights activist who helps create scholarships for young immigrants through American Bridge , asked young immigrants to share on ...
  • Delhi Air Pollution Shuts Down Schools for Three Days

    Delhi Air Pollution Shuts Down Schools for Three Days

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    Why couldn't you deploy helicopters for sprinkling water to improve air quality? While most of the cities that fall under the unhealthy category have been witnessing the AQI between 51 and 100, Delhi's pollution levels are way too high. Pollution levels are five times what's considered healthy by the U.S. "Although India's environmental court, the National Green Tribunal, told the government past year to stop farmers from burning the straw left over from their rice harvests, NASA satellite ...
  • Colombia, rebels agree on new peace deal

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    Over 200,000 people are estimated to have been killed in conflict, with millions more displaced from their homes. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and President Juan Manuel Santos' government have been meeting since Oct 22 to try to rescue a peace deal that has taken four years to negotiate.
  • Clinton email probe raises political doubts — FBI's big test

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    Trump also questioned the legitimacy of the FBI's rapid review of a Clinton aide's emails, saying it could not have been thorough. Irrespective of who wins the USA presidential election, if there is one man who will be at the centre of a storm of criticism after the dust kicked up by the result has settled, it is Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director James Comey.
  • In Australia: Govt to send asylum seekers to US

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    Most of the asylum seekers are Muslims from the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Human rights lawyer Julian Burnside said asylum seekers were generally not concerned with which country they ended up in as long as it was a signatory of the Refugee Convention and allowed them to escape persecution.
  • Washington state elector says he won't vote for Clinton

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    Yes, it seems that once all the votes are tabulated, more Americans will have voted for Clinton than for Donald Trump by roughly 200,000 votes . But why assume everything will go smoothly in an election year that already has seen more than its share of surprises.