• Governor-Elect Murphy Honors Veterans in Wildwood

    Governor-Elect Murphy Honors Veterans in Wildwood

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    Murphy spoke about major ideas but did not offer details in his inaugural speech, saying he will go before the New Jersey Legislature to present his first budget soon to provide more details on his plans and proposals. Murphy called for higher taxes on the wealthy, increased funding for Planned Parenthood and a $15 minimum wage. You have a new governor, New Jersey.
  • Over 1000 young people charged by Danish police for sharing sex film

    Over 1000 young people charged by Danish police for sharing sex film

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    The video initially came to United States authorities' attention after it was flagged by Facebook , as it is obliged to do for any sexual content involving individuals under the age of 18. The case dates to 2015 when Facebook received reports that videos containing sexual material involving people under the age of 18 were being shared, according to The Copenhagen Post and other sources.
  • Abbas confirms Abu Dis offered as Palestinian capital

    Abbas confirms Abu Dis offered as Palestinian capital

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    However, The New York Times reported earlier that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may have attempted to offer Abbas a deal that would likely not be popular among Palestinians because they would not be given East Jerusalem for their capital Palestinian refugees and their descendants wold not be given the right to return.
  • Rand Paul doubles down on FISA filibuster threat

    Rand Paul doubles down on FISA filibuster threat

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    The Special Report anchor went on to say that GOP and intelligence leadership have been trying to ensure the surveillance reauthorization for months, and Trump's tweets "threw a wrench into a lot of things and I think they're trying now to clean it up".
  • You will get embarrassed before your strategic partner - Erdogan to US

    You will get embarrassed before your strategic partner - Erdogan to US

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    He recalled the US's recognition that they had created an army of terrorists along the Turkish border and stressed that Ankara's goal was to liquidate this in its infancy. "Don't stand between us and these herd of murderers". "Either you take off your flags on those terrorist organisations, or we will have to hand those flags over to you".
  • Anti-Austerity Protests Simmer in Tunisia

    Anti-Austerity Protests Simmer in Tunisia

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    Tunisia has been hailed as the only democratic success of the Arab Spring: the one Arab country to topple a long-serving leader in that year's uprisings without triggering widespread violence or civil war. What are the reforms being promised? Officials said plans had been submitted to parliament to reform medical care, housing and increase aid to the poor.
  • Massive 7.3 magnitude quake hits coast of Peru

    Massive 7.3 magnitude quake hits coast of Peru

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    The US Geological Survey said the magnitude 7.1 quake struck shortly before 4:30 AM about 500 kilometers south of the capital, Lima . Its epicentre was in the Pacific Ocean 40 kilometres from the town of Acari. In the city of Arequipa, residents ran into the streets after the quake struck at 04:18 (09:18 GMT). For a short time after the temblor, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said that localized tsunami waves could affect parts of the Peru and Chile coastline.
  • Saudi women score right to watch football in stadiums

    Saudi women score right to watch football in stadiums

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    Saudi Arabian women will finally be able to enter sport stadiums now and watch live matches along with their family and friends. It's the latest in a series of measures launched in 2017 to give women greater participation in public life in a society dominated by men under Islamist codes.
  • Continued cold, more snow possible Sunday

    Continued cold, more snow possible Sunday

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    Another shot of cold air arrives Tuesday night , snow or not. Frigid Arctic air has returned to Maryland, and blustery winds are forecast to make it feel as cold as a few degrees below zero Sunday and Monday. Friday night , we dropped into the single digits with wind chills well below zero. Tonight: Low 21 with a 20% chance of snow showers. Now, only an additional dusting to upwards of inch is expected by the time the snow comes to an end early Monday morning.
  • Saudi Arabia women attend football match in stadium for the first time

    Saudi Arabia women attend football match in stadium for the first time

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    At least 1,200 tickets have been bought by women and families for Friday's game, Saudi newspaper Okaz reported, citing a sales official. As per the historic announcement, by June 2018, women will be eligible to drive in the country. Women flocked to Le Mall in Jidda on Thursday to check out the kingdom's first vehicle exhibition aimed at women, a few months after Saudi Arabia granted them the right to drive.
  • A Car Somehow Crashed Into the Second Story of a California Building

    A Car Somehow Crashed Into the Second Story of a California Building

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    An L.A. County Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue crane lifts a Nissan Altima out of the second floor of a dentist office in Santa Ana on Sunday, Jan. The people in the auto had minor injuries and small fire that resulted from the crash was quickly extinguished. Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) posted images of the unbelievable scene online, revealing a white sedan firmly stuck in the building.
  • Myanmar army admits Rohingya killings

    Myanmar army admits Rohingya killings

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    In the past, the military has retaliated against Rohingya villages following such attacks. "The US State Department, the UN, Amnesty International and Malaysia have all described actions taken against the Rohingya as "ethnic cleansing" as well as systematic crimes against humanity".
  • Syrian troops approaching rebel-held air base in the north

    Syrian troops approaching rebel-held air base in the north

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    Government fighters have seized a string of villages in the southeast of the province since launching their offensive on December 25. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said regime forces were able to enter Abu Duhur airbase under air cover and were engaged in fierce fighting with the jihadists.
  • Turkey Warns Citizens Not to Travel to US Because of Terrorism Threat

    Turkey Warns Citizens Not to Travel to US Because of Terrorism Threat

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    The warning published on the official website said: "It has been observed that there is a recent increase in terrorist and violent attacks in the United States", referring to several deadly incidents over the past few months. It singled out areas along the Turkish-Syrian border and area where the Turkish army is fighting Kurdish militants, warning that U.S. citizens could be accused of being linked to terror groups with "scant or secret evidence and grounds that appear to be politically ...