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People Myanmar forces may be guilty of genocide, United Nations says
Author: 0 Myanmar forces may be guilty of genocide, United Nations says

The United Nations human rights chief, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, said in Geneva on Tuesday that Burmese security forces may be guilty of genocide, adding global pressure on Myanmar to be investigated for crimes against humanity. He urged the council to request that the UN General Assembly set up a mechanism "to assist individual criminal investigations of those responsible".

People Intercept: Trump Considering Building a Private CIA
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President Donald Trump and his Central Intelligence Agency director are mulling a pitch to create a private global spy network, accountable only to them, in order to counter the activities of "Deep State" enemies, The Intercept reported . Anton, a National Security Council spokesman, said in an email. Also on the cars is a propaganda campaign in the Middle East and Europe to combat Islamic extremism and Iran.

People Lawsuit challenges Trump's financial bureau appointment
Author: 0 Lawsuit challenges Trump's financial bureau appointment

It has been reported that Mr. Mulvaney has suspended the CFPB's investigation of a company that has challenged the CFPB's constitutionality and authority to issue a civil investigative demand to the company pending a ruling by the federal district court hearing the company's challenge.

People Pentagon: US Troops to Remain in Syria
Author: 0 Pentagon: US Troops to Remain in Syria

Photo Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in October in Washington. Pentagon spokesman Army Colonel Rob Manning, who announced the new number, said that troop numbers are now declining in Syria. ISIS has lost about 97 percent of the land it once controlled across Syria and Iraq, Manning said Wednesday, but small pockets of fighters remain in both countries.

People Bigg Boss 11: Divya Agarwal's SHOCKING plans to confront Priyank Sharma
Author: 0 Bigg Boss 11: Divya Agarwal's SHOCKING plans to confront Priyank Sharma

The contestants' have to freeze, rewind, fast forward and walk in slow motion whenever Bigg Boss will ask them to do so. While we assume that she is here in the Bigg Boss house to sort out their differences, Divya has clearly mentioned to the website that there is no possibility of them getting back together.

People Health care spending slows down
Author: 0 Health care spending slows down

Medicaid hospital spending also fell because of a decline in supplemental payments to hospitals. CMS said it didn't have details on how other value-based models such as bundled payments have played a part in slower healthcare spending increases.

People Prince George Had The Tiniest, Cutest Part In His School's Nativity Play
Author: 0 Prince George Had The Tiniest, Cutest Part In His School's Nativity Play

While we (very sadly) don't have that, we'd bet serious money that he looked adorable. The Duchess of Cambridge, who is now expecting her third child, visited the Children's Global Media Summit on Wednesday alongside her husband. He even signed his name (just "George", no title necessary when Santa's involved) at the bottom. He's had practice with that; he and his sister, Princess Charlotte , took part in their aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding this year.

People SPD leader promises to push Germany to embrace Macron
Author: 0 SPD leader promises to push Germany to embrace Macron

Barely more than a quarter of German Social Democrat voters have backed the idea of forming a new coalition with Angela Merkel before a party debate today about launching talks. Schulz, who is formerly the president of the European Parliament, told the conference that he envisioned that by 2025, Europe should be governed by a single federal constitution, which would be the formation of a United States of Europe.

People Snow warning for Donegal comes into force later
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The wet weather today (Thursday) has been accompanied by temperatures reaching 12°C, but from tomorrow (Friday, December 8) it will feel much sharper with a maximum temperature of 3°C. Meanwhile, the Road Safety Authority has warned motorists to expect the unexpected with high winds and icy conditions. The Met Office has warned of flying debris that could lead to injuries or danger to life, while damage to property is also possible.

People USA plan to move Israel embassy sign of 'failure', Iran's leader says
Author: 0 USA plan to move Israel embassy sign of 'failure', Iran's leader says

The Islamic Republic of Iran has consistently emphasized that the main cause of the collapse of Middle East stability and security is the continuation of occupation and the unequivocal support of the USA government of the Zionist regime and the denial of the oppressed Palestinian people from their basic rights to the formation of an independent Palestinian state with Al-Quds as its capital.

People Trending cooler, also more than 1 chance for snow!
Author: 0 Trending cooler, also more than 1 chance for snow!

The cold front will push off the coast later this morning and stall. Temperatures this afternoon will likely only manage to get into the low and mid 40s and with a west breeze occasionally gusting between 20 and 30 miles per hour, wind chill values will be well down into the 30s.

People United States wants NASA leader Raila Odinga to abandon his swearing-in plan
Author: 0 United States wants NASA leader Raila Odinga to abandon his swearing-in plan

The veteran opposition leader continues to dispute the legality of Kenyatta's rule and plans to have himself declared president at a ceremony on December 12, Kenya's independence day. Mr Odinga has insisted that he won the August 8 presidential poll and accuses the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) of rigging him out.

People In Amritsar, London Mayor says time for British to apologise for Jallianwala
Author: 0 In Amritsar, London Mayor says time for British to apologise for Jallianwala

Hundreds were killed by British soldiers in the 1919 atrocity. "Our thoughts are with all those who died", he wrote. He said: "I have seen the well myself where people fell and died". In February 2013, the then UK Prime Minister David Cameron had described the massacre as a "deeply shameful event", falling short of a formal apology during his visit to Amritsar .

People Intolerance again! Man hacked, burnt alive for 'Love Jihad' in Rajsamand
Author: 0 Intolerance again! Man hacked, burnt alive for 'Love Jihad' in Rajsamand

In the video , now gone viral, the killer is seen ranting about love jihad and how he had taken upon himself to teach every perpetrator of love jihad a similar lesson in future. As is the case with earlier videos of lynching, for example of the dairy farmer Pehlu Khan, Shambhulal's video of the murder followed by his hate speech, justifying the act, too went "viral" on WhatsApp.

People Ermold to run for County Clerk
Author: 0 Ermold to run for County Clerk

This time he's seeking Davis' job. She emerged to a rapturous rally on the jailhouse lawn, arm-in-arm with a Republican presidential candidate as a newly crowned martyr for some conservatives. "I think I do a good job". Davis was registered as a Democrat until her controversial decision, after which she changed to Republican amid uproar. Davis, the chief clerk of Rowan County, cited "God's authority" and said her stance was motivated by her beliefs as an Apostolic Christian.

People Flynn said that Russian Federation sanctions would be 'ripped up,' whistleblower says
Author: 0 Flynn said that Russian Federation sanctions would be 'ripped up,' whistleblower says

An unnamed colleague of the text message's recipient informed the top Democrat on the House of Representatives' oversight and government reform committee, Elijah Cummings , who published the claims in an open letter yesterday. Flynn declined to comment. According to the whistleblower, Copson said, "Mike has been putting everything in place for us". "I do not bring this whistle-blower to your attention lightly", Mr.

People Indian drone violated airspace, crashed, claims Chinese media
Author: 0 Indian drone violated airspace, crashed, claims Chinese media

China's military on Thursday claimed an Indian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) "entered into China's airspace" and expressed its "strong dissatisfaction and opposition to the intrusion". "India just wants to incite the USA to cooperate with India on containing China", said Hu. China said the drone crashed in "recent days" but didn't say where.