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People Cold weather alert continues for Timmins and area
Author: 0 Cold weather alert continues for Timmins and area

Joseph, Missouri, area, but they are not now listed in the Wyandotte County forecast. A cold front will pass through northeast IL and northwest IN on Thursday afternoon, with the following frigid air dropping wind chills to minus 20 to minus 30 degrees and colder later Thursday night and Friday morning.

People Anti-yellow vest protester charged with assault after a city hall demonstration
Author: 0 Anti-yellow vest protester charged with assault after a city hall demonstration

However, in a change of approach, some protesters have also called for an evening gathering, dubbed "Yellow Night", at Republic square, a common venue for demonstrations in Paris. I think they knew exactly who I was". Witnesses picked up the projectile that struck Rodrigues and police are set to investigate the circumstances of the incident.

People Trump announces deal to reopen U.S. government
Author: 0 Trump announces deal to reopen U.S. government

According to CNN , the reported sick-out by air traffic control , which snarled airports across the Northeast, helped convince the president to cave. "We will build the Wall!" "The lesson I hope that the Democrats learn here is that they can't just not negotiate". The $5.7bn barrier was a mainstay of Trump's 2016 election campaign, and backing down was seen as a sign of weakness by several conservative commentators.

People Greek Parliament To Vote On Name Change Deal With Macedonia
Author: 0 Greek Parliament To Vote On Name Change Deal With Macedonia

Just previous year in February, a major rall y was held in Athens outside the parliament to protest against the use of the term Macedonian in any settlement the government was pursuing with the time with the former Yugoslav country. European Council President Donald Tusk said the two countries had achieved "mission impossible". Until the crossing reopened late Thursday, most traffic was diverted to two other border crossings.

People Roger Stone set to appear in federal court in Washington DC
Author: 0 Roger Stone set to appear in federal court in Washington DC

After news of his old friend's arrest , President Donald Trump slammed the Russian Federation investigation once again on Twitter , calling it the "Greatest Witch Hunt in the History of our Country!" According to the indictment , Stone lied to lawmakers about not having any documents or communications concerning the hacked emails and WikiLeaks.

People UN expert to lead inquiry into murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Author: 0 UN expert to lead inquiry into murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

The Washington Post columnist, who wrote critically about the Saudi crown prince, was killed inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul in October. "The inquiry will also seek to identify ways by which states can strengthen fulfilment of their global commitments to protect the right to life, prevent violations and ensure accountability", Ms Callamard said in a statement posted to the website of the UN's human rights branch.

People Trump caves, signs bill to reopen United States government
Author: 0 Trump caves, signs bill to reopen United States government

While the vice president "asked for unity" before the upcoming Senate vote on Trump's plan, he also acknowledged the "need to reach a conclusion", she said . "These barriers are made of steel, have see-through visibility, which is very important, and are equipped with sensors, monitors and cutting-edge technology, including state-of-the-art drones".

People Yellow warning for heavy snow set for Derbyshire
Author: 0 Yellow warning for heavy snow set for Derbyshire

Tuesday will be very cold with outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow which will later clear to scattered wintry showers and some sunny spells. The yellow warning has been issued for Sussex, but it is the north of the county that looks most likely to be affected.

People Canada envoy says it would be great if U.S. drops Huawei case
Author: 0 Canada envoy says it would be great if U.S. drops Huawei case

President Donald Trump's aggressive America First agenda. The US wants her extradited to face charges that she committed fraud by misleading banks about Huawei's business dealings in Iran. The Canadian government didn't return multiple messages in response to questions about whether McCallum is speaking for the Canadian government. Ms Meng's case has led to rising diplomatic tensions between Canada and China.

People Brzezinski on SOTU: Trump 'Backed Down,' 'Folded' to Nancy Pelosi
Author: 0 Brzezinski on SOTU: Trump 'Backed Down,' 'Folded' to Nancy Pelosi

Hakeem Jeffries, a member of Democratic leadership, during a news conference Wednesday. "This is her prerogative - I will do the Address when the Shutdown is over", Trump said in a tweet Wednesday. "Pelosi had asked Trump to delay the speech until after the shutdown, but the White House tried to ignore the request, announcing Trump would move forward with the January 29 date".

People 17 dead as twin bombing hits southern Philippine church
Author: 0 17 dead as twin bombing hits southern Philippine church

The first blast that took place outside Jolo cathedral was followed by a second explosion just after emergency services arrived at the scene to treat the wounded, security officials told AP. The province is home to a rival rebel faction that is opposed to the deal as well as smaller militant cells that not part of any peace process. The vote for the so-called Bangsamoro Organic Law, ratified this week, created a new autonomous region in the Muslim-heavy region of Mindanao, which will first ...

People After surrendering in shutdown standoff, Trump again vows to build wall
Author: 0 After surrendering in shutdown standoff, Trump again vows to build wall

Trump defended himself Saturday from the conservative backlash to his decision to end the 35-day-old partial government shutdown - the longest in USA history - without money for his promised border wall. Republican Rep. Jim Hagedorn told WCCO he would support Trump declaring a national emergency if it meant securing funding for border security, saying "Border security equals national security".

People May's Brexit 'plan B': What happens next in parliament?
Author: 0 May's Brexit 'plan B': What happens next in parliament?

Asked if he believed that a delayed Brexit - via an extended Article 50 period - was worse than a no-deal Brexit, he said: "You need to think about the political consequences as well as the short-term economic consequences". Backed by select committee chairs including Mr Benn, Rachel Reeves, Yvette Cooper and Norman Lamb - and senior backbenchers including Ed Miliband and Sir Oliver Letwin - this would require the Prime Minister to seek a delay to the planned Brexit date of March 29 if no deal ...

People Native American activist says he forgives boys in videos
Author: 0 Native American activist says he forgives boys in videos

A second video surfaced Sunday showing another group, who identify themselves as members of the Hebrew Israelites, taunting students with disparaging and vulgar language, before the encounter with the Native American. Foys defended himself and the diocese for releasing a statement condemning the students before other videos of the incident were posted online.

People Security experts rejected Jared Kushner's clearance application
Author: 0 Security experts rejected Jared Kushner's clearance application

The CIA reportedly rejected Kushner's request for the clearance after the Federal Bureau of Investigation approved him for top secret clearance. One called the White House security division, wondering how Kushner got even a top secret clearance, the sources said.

People McCallum out as Canadian ambassador to China after comments on Meng extradition
Author: 0 McCallum out as Canadian ambassador to China after comments on Meng extradition

McCallum has been making headlines in recent days over comments regarding Meng Wanzhou, Chinese giant Huawei's chief financial officer who was arrested in Vancouver on December 1 and is facing extradition to the United States. In a brief scrum in Ottawa on Saturday afternoon, Scheer accused the prime minister of damaging Canada's global reputation by failing to act sooner.

People Hunt for man, 21, suspected in 5 deaths
Author: 0 Hunt for man, 21, suspected in 5 deaths

He is said to be armed and believed to be heading to the neighbouring state of Mississippi. Theriot is also suspected of killing three more people near Livingston Parish; Billy Ernest , 43, Summer Ernest , 20, and 17-year-old Tanner Ernest , were found dead Saturday morning.

Author: 0 European leaders pressure Nicolas Maduro to call fresh Venezuela elections

Washington has recognized the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American nation's interim president and has asked Maduro, a socialist in power since 2013, to step down. Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido waves to his supporters during a rally with members of the Venezuela's National Assembly regarding an amnesty law project for members of the military, in Caracas, Venezuela, January 26, 2019 .

People China: Soros' criticism of social credit system 'not worth refuting'
Author: 0 China: Soros' criticism of social credit system 'not worth refuting'

On January 24, Hungarian-US investor and philanthropist George Soros used his annual Davos address to launch a scathing attack on Chinese President Xi Jinping. Soros' controversial political ventures include attacks against US President Donald Trump , donating to campaigns a second Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom, and helping along the Ukrainian revolutions in both 2004 and 2014, .

People WH preparing draft emergency order identifying $7 billion for wall
Author: 0 WH preparing draft emergency order identifying $7 billion for wall

He then said if we had a powerful wall, they wouldn't even try to make the long and unsafe journey, and finished with "build the wall and crime will fall!" Smith disclosed that one witness at the hearing will be Air Force Gen. Trump's aides have reportedly drafted a declaration that would enable the president to divert billions in military construction and flood-control funds.

People The good news is the Doomsday Clock isn't moving
Author: 0 The good news is the Doomsday Clock isn't moving

The clock shows how close humanity is to "midnight", or to sealing its dire fate. To stop the worst consequences of climate change, would have to travel to the countries of the world, these emissions well before the end of the century , down to Zero.

People Donald Trump delays State of the Union until shutdown ends
Author: 0 Donald Trump delays State of the Union until shutdown ends

Trump sent a letter Wednesday telling Pelosi he meant to deliver his speech in the chamber as planned, but the speaker responded by declining to hold the necessary vote to invite the president to the chamber. Democrats have so far rejected the White House's offers to include some deportation protections in exchange for wall funding. Responding to questions, she appeared to be against Trump holding a rally somewhere else in the country instead of the State of the Union.

People Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to comply with Senate subpoena
Author: 0 Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to comply with Senate subpoena

The tweet comes a day after Cohen, a former fixer for Trump who once said he'd "take a bullet" for his boss, told a House committee that he wanted to postpone his testimony scheduled for next month because of threats from the president and his new lawyer Rudy Giuliani .

People Julen Rosello rescuers closer to finding boy down well
Author: 0 Julen Rosello rescuers closer to finding boy down well

The boy, Julen Rosello , fell down a narrow 110-meter-deep borehole (360-foot) on January 13 while his family was preparing a countryside lunch. Rescue experts resorted to using explosives to break through the 10ft wall of hard rock separating rescuers from the narrow shaft where the toddler was trapped.

People Food bank opens doors to federal workers
Author: 0 Food bank opens doors to federal workers

President Trump and Congress reached a temporary solution on Friday to fund the government for the next three weeks, ending a 35-day shutdown that cost hundreds of thousands of federal workers two paychecks . "I want to thank all of the incredible federal workers, and their wonderful families, who have shown such extraordinary devotion in the face of this recent hardship", Trump said.

People Quick facts about acting Chief Justice of Nigeria Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed
Author: 0 Quick facts about acting Chief Justice of Nigeria Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed

The suspended chief justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen, is the head of Nigeria's judiciary which has helped resolve electoral disputes in past votes, some of which have been marred by violence and vote rigging. "Onnoghen's illegal removal was aimed at stopping the swearing in of members of the 2019 general election petition tribunal", said CUPP spokesman Ikegna Imo Ugochinyere.

People U.S. to begin returning asylum seekers to Mexico on Friday
Author: 0 U.S. to begin returning asylum seekers to Mexico on Friday

To start, USA officials will process about 20 asylum claims per day at the San Diego crossing. The plan would require the U.S. to bus asylum seekers back and forth to the border for court hearings in downtown San Diego. The Trump administration will make no arrangements for the migrants to meet with attorneys in the U.S. The lawyers will be able to visit with their clients in Tijuana or speak with them on the phone.

People Amanda Knox to Receive Damages from Italian Government
Author: 0 Amanda Knox to Receive Damages from Italian Government

Italian police claimed Knox made false accusations against her former bar manager Diya "Patrick" Lumumba, in order to distract investigators away from her. Sollecito was also found guilty of the attack and sentenced to 25 years. The killing of Kercher, a Leeds University European Studies student on a one-year exchange course in Umbria, generated global headlines for several years as charges of sexual assault and murder were fought through the courts - exposing Italy's justice system to ...

People Canada's ambassador says he 'misspoke' about Meng's 'strong case'
Author: 0 Canada's ambassador says he 'misspoke' about Meng's 'strong case'

Topping McCallum's list was the possibility of political interference stemming from last month's comments by U.S. President Donald Trump that he might intervene in Meng's case if it would help him strike a trade deal with China. "I think she has quite good arguments on her side", McCallum said, in remarks posted to YouTube . Trump said last month he might abandon the Meng case in pursuit of a trade deal with Beijing .

People ‘Round of US-Taliban talks ends with progress on draft peace deal’
Author: 0 ‘Round of US-Taliban talks ends with progress on draft peace deal’

United States peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad leads an 11-member delegation and in-charge of Taliban political office in Qatar Sher Abbas Stanekzai is heading an eight-member team of political envoys, a Taliban official told Daily Times. "He has been given the new position because the United States wanted senior Taliban leadership to participate in peace talks", a senior Taliban official said.

People Wilbur Ross asks why furloughed workers aren't taking out loans
Author: 0 Wilbur Ross asks why furloughed workers aren't taking out loans

Ross was asked on CNBC to comment on reports that some of the 800,000 workers now not receiving paychecks are going to homeless shelters to get food. Ross's comments were ridiculed by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who is refusing to authorise the $5.7 billion in funding Trump wants to build a wall on the border with Mexico.

People Florida Sec of State Michael Ertel Quits Over Blackface Pic
Author: 0 Florida Sec of State Michael Ertel Quits Over Blackface Pic

The far-right Republican has resigned after photos of him wearing blackface at a Halloween party in 2005 emerged. Photos obtained by the Tallahassee Democrat show Michael Ertel , a white man, in blackface and lipstick, wearing earrings, a New Orleans Saint bandana and a shirt that read "Katrina victim".

Author: 0 Rescuers say trapped Spanish boy found dead

The boy, Julen Rosello , fell down a narrow 110-meter-deep borehole (360-foot) on January 13 while his family was preparing a countryside lunch. But in the early hours of Saturday a spokeswoman from the provincial government of Málaga said that rescue crews had found the boy's remains.

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