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Ex-Venezuela oil minister reportedly dies in state custody

A former top official at Venezuela’s state-owned oil company PDVSA says the jailed ex-head of the monopoly has died in state custody

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Gunman from Christmas market attack in France still at large

Hundreds of soldiers, police and SWAT team officers combed the city of Strasbourg in eastern France for a man who sprayed a Christmas market with gunfire, killing two people and leaving one brain-dead

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Manhunt underway for Strasbourg Christmas market attacker

An intense manhunt in France has turned up no sign of the gunman who killed at least three people in what's being called a terror attack. The shooter ...

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Anti-terror police join manhunt for Strasbourg gunman

A gunman who opened fire near a Christmas market in Strasbourg shouted the Arabic phrase "Allahu Akbar," meaning "God is greater," at the time of the ...

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Manhunt underway for gunman who killed 2 in France

A gunman who opened fire near a Christmas market in Strasbourg shouted the Arabic phrase "Allahu Akbar," meaning "God is greater," at the time of the ...

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France Declares Strasbourg Shooting to Be an Act of Terrorism

The primary suspect in the attack had been flagged by intelligence services for possible religious radicalization, and had served time in prison.

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Trump seizes on attack to push border wall

President Donald Trump on Wednesday seized on an apparent terrorist attack in France to promote his border wall, the latest example of the US President using fear to push his political agenda.

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Mass-shooting suspect in French city identified as manhunt continues

Cherif C., 29, has a lengthy criminal record with 27 offenses and has previously served jail time in France, Germany, and Switzerland.

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Maduro accuses U.S. official of plotting Venezuela invasion, gives no evidence

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Wednesday, without providing evidence, that U.S. national security adviser John Bolton was leading a plan to invade the South American nation, which is increasingly at odds with Washington as its socialist economy collapses.

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Trump uses France terror attack to call for more US border security

In the midst of negotiations over his demand for more border wall funding, the president used the attack in France to call for U.S. border security.

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Trump uses France terror attack to call for more US border security

In the midst of negotiations over his demand for more border wall funding, the president used the attack in France to call for U.S. border security.

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Haley says she used Trump's outbursts to her advantage at the U.N.

"I got the job done by being truthful, but also by letting him be unpredictable and not showing our cards," the departing U.N. ambassador tells NBC News.

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Police hunt through eastern France for Strasbourg Christmas market attacker

Police searched through eastern France on Wednesday for a man suspected of killing at least two people in a gun attack on a Christmas market in Strasbourg and who was known to have been religiously radicalized while in jail.

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Suspect on terrorist watch list hunted after mass shooting in France

The city's mayor said "life must go on" and that residents wouldn't cede to a "terrorist who is trying to disrupt our way of life."

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Saudis 'already paid the price' for journalist's murder, Pompeo says

Nicki Haley, the outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. was much more critical.

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Saudis 'already paid the price' for journalist's murder, Pompeo says

Nicki Haley, the outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. was much more critical.

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OPEC maintains 2019 crude oil demand forecast

OPEC on Wednesday kept its demand growth forecast for next year at 1.29 million barrels per day, and said that November's Venezuela production ...

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Christmas market attack: France declares Strasbourg shooting to be act of terrorism

Police are still searching for the suspect who killed at least two people.

USA Today /
Trump insults the United Nations with plan to nominate media lightweight Heather Nauert

Our ambassador to the UN should be able to explain us to the world and defend our interests. Trump's pick doesn't have the experience or stature for that.        

NY Times /
North Carolina Fraud Scandal Casts Shadow Over the Primary, Too

As state officials look into suspicious voting in a general election House race, they are also examining this year’s Republican primary for signs of fraud.

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Triumph and controversy: Team Sky's era of domination

When Team Sky launched in London in 2010 with the ambition of having a British winner of the Tour de France within five years, there was more than a ...

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Harry Shum Jr. named ambassador of 25th annual SAG Awards

Harry Shum Jr. has been named the ambassador of the upcoming 25th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards which is set to take place on Jan. 27.

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UN Chief Returns as Climate Talks Teeter Closer to Collapse

The United Nations secretary-general flew back to global climate talks in Poland Wednesday to appeal to countries to reach an agreement, as some ...

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If you want to understand the gilets jaunes, get out of Paris | Nora Bensaâdoune

While some protesters are wreaking destruction in the capital, others are breathing life into rural France’s forgotten cornersWhen I left Paris four ...

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After years of crisis, Venezuela’s Maduro might finally be ready to accept some help

The government of President Nicolas Maduro is finally open to accepting foreign aid. The United Nations announced that it would funnel $9.2 million to Venezuela from its Central Emergency Response Fund for the first time.

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After years of crisis, Venezuela’s Maduro might finally be ready to accept some help

Nicolas Maduro, the country's leader, is finally open to accepting foreign aid.

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After years of crisis, Venezuela’s Maduro might finally be ready to accept some help

Nicolas Maduro, the country's leader, is finally open to accepting foreign aid.

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