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A total of seven personnel were believed to be on board the two aircraft, according to ABC News' Elizabeth McLaughlin. The aircraft - an F/A-18 Hornet and a KC-130 Hercules - were involved in "regularly scheduled training" at the time, and Japanese authorities immediately launched search-and-rescue aircraft afterward.
  • Wanted: NYPD seeks couple who lost engagement ring in Times Square

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    US Police have an urgent message for the couple who lost their engagement ring in Times Square: We have the ring. NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill urged twitter to "do its thing" and reunite the couple with their ring. Known as "The Crossroads of the World", the square is one of New York's most famous tourist attractions. The New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square attract over a million visitors from the USA and around the world every year.
  • Putin and Trump Briefly Met on Sidelines of G20 Summit, Kremlin Says

    Putin and Trump Briefly Met on Sidelines of G20 Summit, Kremlin Says

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    BUENOS AIRES-The Kremlin claimed that President Donald Trump had a brief meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the margins of the G20 summit on November 30. Last week's clash at sea has driven tensions between Russian Federation and Ukraine to their highest point since Moscow annexed Crimea in 2014. In an exclusive interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on the sidelines of the global summit, Pompeo said Trump scrapped the anticipated meeting "because the Russians behaved in a ...
  • Angela Merkel’s plane makes emergency landing en route to G20

    Angela Merkel’s plane makes emergency landing en route to G20

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    The report said that the fire brigades were dispatched in the event of a hard landing. Interestingly, this is not the first time the same Airbus 340, named after German statesman Konrad Adenauer , experiences failures that force VIP to change their original plans: Scholz was reportely grounded olast month after an International Monetary Fund meeting in Indonesia.
  • Trump signs new NAFTA

    Trump signs new NAFTA

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    The United States, Canada and Mexico signed a North American trade pact on Friday, and President Donald Trump predicted an easy passage through U.S. president who wanted to see it killed. Simply put, "The NAFTA 2.0 text is not the transformational replacement of the corporate-rigged trade-pact model that progressive activists, unions, and congressional Democrats have long demanded", wrote Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch.
  • Saudi US embassy road could be renamed 'Jamal Khashoggi Way'

    Saudi US embassy road could be renamed 'Jamal Khashoggi Way'

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    Speaking from a G20 summit in Buenos Aires , Pompeo acknowledged that the humanitarian crisis in Yemen - where millions are at risk of starvation - had reached "epic proportions" but said Washington and Riyadh were offering aid. Mutreb, a security official who was often at the crown prince's side, is seen on security camera footage entering and leaving the consulate on the day Khashoggi was killed.
  • Migrants Arrested in Border Clash Will Avoid Criminal Charges

    Migrants Arrested in Border Clash Will Avoid Criminal Charges

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    In late October, agents assigned to the Rio Grande Valley Sector apprehended a Salvadoran national who illegally crossed the border with his minor son. Migrants, part of a caravan of thousands from Central America trying to reach the United States, shower in front of the border wall with the United States, whilst they rest in a temporary shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, Nov.
  • George H W Bush, 94, has died - family say

    George H W Bush, 94, has died - family say

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    Bush died Friday at the age of 94. In 2012, the former president announced that he had vascular Parkinsonism. Since exiting the highest office, his love of life and family was never more visible. He assembled a coalition of 32 nations to drive Iraqi forces out in a matter of weeks with a lightning air and ground assault. After retiring from public life, the late Bush joined his successor, Bill Clinton, in raising funds for victims of the 2004 Asian tsunami and the 2010 Haiti quake.
  • North Korean sports minister allowed into Japan for Olympic meetings

    North Korean sports minister allowed into Japan for Olympic meetings

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    North Korea continued to criticize South Korea and the USA on Tuesday for taking part in a United Nations resolution condemning its human rights violations. Seoul's Defense Ministry confirmed the dismantling of 10 North Korean guard posts and said North Korean soldiers had used hammers to tear down sections ahead of last week's near-simultaneous demolitions.