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The Mississippi runoff gives Trump another chance to get back on the campaign trail after his frustrations with the media's coverage of the midterms, which saw Republicans lose control of the House while likely picking up two seats to expand their narrow Senate majority.
  • Four U.S. Troops Killed in Four Days in Afghanistan

    Four U.S. Troops Killed in Four Days in Afghanistan

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    Interested in Afghanistan? Add Afghanistan as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Afghanistan news, video, and analysis from ABC News. About 15,000 USA troops are deployed to Afghanistan, with most involved in Resolute Support, a US -led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission to train, advise and assist Afghan forces battling the Taliban.
  • Russian Federation warns of escalation in Crimea over martial law in Ukraine

    Russian Federation warns of escalation in Crimea over martial law in Ukraine

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    The conflict pitting Ukrainian soldiers against Russian-backed separatists in the breakaway Donbas region , in eastern Ukraine , has sputtered along for nearly five years with more than 10,000 people killed. Security Council. Poroshenko's call also outraged far-right groups in Ukraine that have advocated severing diplomatic ties with Russian Federation.
  • Rights group urges Argentina to charge Saudi crown prince at G20

    Rights group urges Argentina to charge Saudi crown prince at G20

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    The Saudi crown prince is also facing pressure from different countries that Riyadh announced as part of bin Salman's world tour. The New York-based rights group said it had filed a submission with Argentine prosecutors calling on them to invoke the country's universal jurisdiction statute to prosecute the crown prince for alleged war crimes committed by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
  • Trump in MS to Rally for Hyde-Smith

    Trump in MS to Rally for Hyde-Smith

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    The election became more competitive after a video emerged earlier this month of Ms Hyde-Smith telling a supporter: "If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be on the front row". A MS official says two nooses and six signs were found on the grounds of the MS state Capitol. Espy's criminal indictments while agriculture secretary, for which he was acquitted at trial, and his lucrative work as a lobbyist for a former president of the Ivory Coast in western Africa now on trial in the Hague for ...
  • Manafort met Julian Assange months before Clinton email leak

    Manafort met Julian Assange months before Clinton email leak

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    It's a huge blow to Manafort, who was already convicted on eight counts of bank fraud and tax evasion, and who is facing fresh media scrutiny following a report that he secretly met with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in London shortly before he began publishing e-mails stolen from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman in a Russian military hacking operation.
  • Mumbai attacks: 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' organises a tribute for martyred victims

    Mumbai attacks: 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' organises a tribute for martyred victims

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    On November 26, 2008, 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists had sailed into Mumbai from Karachi and carried out coordinated attacks, killing 166 and injuring over 300. Announcing a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to arrests or convictions of those involved in the 2008 Mumbai attack, the United States also said that it was an affront to the families of the victims that those who planned the attack had not been convicted.
  • Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes

    Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes

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    Groups of Central American migrants have been converging on the Mexican border city for days in their quest to gain entry to the United States. News reports say that hundreds of them left the stadium on November 25 and marched over to the border, some carrying posters and signs, to make their case and be allowed into the United States.
  • Trump threatens to permanently close Mexico border after clashes

    Trump threatens to permanently close Mexico border after clashes

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    Many say they are fleeing violence and poverty in Honduras. A young woman fell to the ground unconscious, and two babies cried, tears streaming from the gas. Throughout the day, U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopters flew overhead, while U.S. agents on foot watched beyond the wire fence in California.
  • Trump Asks Supreme Court to Intervene, Rule on Trans Military Ban

    Trump Asks Supreme Court to Intervene, Rule on Trans Military Ban

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    Bringing all three cases to the Supreme Court at once, Francisco added, will make sure that at least one of them will be a suitable case - known in Supreme Court parlance as a "vehicle" - in which to resolve the dispute. Transgender individuals had never been able to serve in the us military , but Barack Obama attempted to change that policy shortly during his final term, and President Trump inherited that attempted policy change shortly after taking office.