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Travellers are expected to be notified of the changes, but airport manager Fred Legace says it's best to check with the airline. The UAE's National Center of Meteorology & Seismology said on Thursday, 29 December, that visibility dropped below 50 meters in areas around the country.
  • Yet Another Duterte Boast of Killing, This Time With Helicopters

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    Duterte has hit back with stunning rebukes and says he is willing to "rot in jail" to rid the Philippines of a drugs problem he initially vowed to solve within three to six months. He said that being president means traveling a lot, particularly when the country is about to host the ASEAN summit in 2017. When Caduaya asked him about his role, he told her, "I am a lawyer and I will not do the extra-judicial thing, but I will clean the city for my people to live in peace".
  • Suspected Perpetrator of Berlin Attack Identified on Daesh Video

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    Amri, a 24-year-old asylum seeker from Tunisia, was killed on December 23 in a shootout at Sesto San Giovanni district in Milan after he was stopped by police. Anis Amri, 24, is believed to have driven the truck into the market. Investigators speculated Lukasz Urban could have been involved in a struggle with Anis Amri, the suspected hijacker, as the vehicle slammed into the market.
  • Colombia approves amnesty agreed in Farc peace deal

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    The amnesty law is part of a historic peace deal that was approved by the country's Congress on November 30 after four years of negotiations between the FARC and the government. Rebels found guilty of committing serious crimes, such as massacres, sexual violence or kidnapping, will not fall under amnesty. But there are other laws to be passed, including those addressing FARC's demands for agrarian reform and compensation to victims of the civil war.
  • Reasons Why Ohio State Will Win the Fiesta Bowl

    Reasons Why Ohio State Will Win the Fiesta Bowl

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    Ohio State will face Clemson in the NCAA college football Fiesta Bowl, Saturday, Dec. 31, in Glendale, Arizona. I told him that I was. "They're just so deep". "But that's the good thing about this playoff". Since 2000, teams are 84-102 in bowl games in which they fail to pass for 150 or more yards. Over the last couple years Ohio State has had quite a dominant defense, but had it not been for the loss to Clemson in the 2014 Orange Bowl, the defense might not look like it does today.
  • Ridley Scott's Dark Vision of Space Lives in Alien: Covenant (New Trailer!)

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    He joins Katherine Waterston (who has a potentially huge spoiler surrounding her appearance), Danny McBride, Demián Bichir and Billy Crudup . Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created in ALIEN with ALIEN : COVENANT , the second chapter in a prequel trilogy that began with PROMETHEUS - and connects directly to Scott's 1979 seminal work of science fiction.
  • New Year's Eve travel forecast

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    Millions of Americans' eyes will be focused on the sparkling triangles as the ball descends for the final seconds of the year. Spectators who will be on hand to watch the shimmering 11,875-pound New Year's Eve ball embark on its descent will endure evening temperatures in the mid-30s F with AccuWeather ReelFeel® Temperatures in the upper 20s.
  • Did you feel it? Malibu rocked by 3.3 natural disaster

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    The quake took place at 9:57 a.m. local time, and it had a depth of 6.2 miles. Fairview is about 100 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. There was no initial word on damage or injury resulting from the quake. However, the temblor was strong enough for more than 300 people to feel it according to USGS-Caltech's " Did You Feel It? " website . It was 7 miles deep.
  • Tennis Star Ana Ivanovic Retires

    Tennis Star Ana Ivanovic Retires

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    Ivanovic says she can no longer perform at her high standards and because of that "it is time to move on". "Don't be sad, be optimistic alongside me". Ivanovic, 29, only won 15 matches in 2015 and will now unveil her future plans on Wednesday. Ana Ivanovic at Wimbledon 2016. "Pretty good for a tiny slip of a girl from Serbia".
  • US set to announce response to Russian election hacking

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    The US authorities can also name individuals linked with an alleged "Russian disinformation campaign", which used hacked information to attack the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the media reports claimed. The president added that the USA intelligence "that I've seen gives me great confidence in their assessment that the Russians carried out this hack - the hack of the DNC, and the hack of John Podesta".
  • We are with PM Modi's 'demonetisation' drive, reiterates Nitish Kumar's JD(U)

    We are with PM Modi's 'demonetisation' drive, reiterates Nitish Kumar's JD(U)

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    Appreciating the people's role, he said, "They have not only braved hardships, but have also powerfully responded to those limited few who have been trying to mislead them." Stating that everyone has helped him in this 'cleanliness campaign, ' PM Modi said, "I know you have faced a lot of inconvenience but despite that the nation came forward to fight against corruption".
  • George Michael deceased: The missed tribute of an worldwide star

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    While Sarah tried to pay tribute, she managed to muddle up Eighties pop stars, tweeting: "Do you really want to hurt me? I guess you do 2016", she wrote before using the hashtag #ripboygeorge. He was so loved and I hope he knew it because the sadness today is beyond words. For his part, here's what Boy George had to say about the passing of the other George: 'I am thinking of @GeorgeMichael's family, friends and fans right now.
  • American Rape Survivor's Fight For Justice

    American Rape Survivor's Fight For Justice

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    The woman recorded her statement on December 20 under Section 164 CrPc before a magistrate narrating the horrific experience. Police said they were not arrested earlier because there was no evidence. The accused include a tour guide, a bus driver, a conductor and a hotel employee. The Delhi police had contacted the victim via emails and telephone as well.
  • How Vera Rubin changed science

    How Vera Rubin changed science

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    She earned a bachelor's degree in the subject at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and attempted to get into Princeton. It was Rubin's work that finally convinced most astronomers of dark matter's existence. She was the first woman permitted to study at Caltech's Palomar Observatory . Given the groundbreaking nature of her discoveries, many attribute her Nobel snub to long-held gender biases in the scientific community, biases that Rubin fought hard against.
  • Turkey says Saudis, Qatar should attend Syria peace talks

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    Erdogan's government is deeply opposed to the Kurds, particularly the violent PKK separatist group in Turkey, although Erdogan and his officials frequently claim the Syrian Kurds are in league with the PKK. Lavrov stressed the necessity of creating conditions for direct talks between the leaders of Israel and Palestine and warned against bringing US' domestic agenda into the work of the Middle East Quartet and the United Nations Security Council".
  • 'Watership Down' author Richard Adams dies, aged 96

    'Watership Down' author Richard Adams dies, aged 96

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    Adams began telling the story of " Watership Down ", an adventure about rabbits looking for a new home, to his two daughters. Its success transformed Adams from a civil servant into a full-time writer who eventually penned 20 more books, including a Watership Down sequel consisting of several short stories.
  • Wild Oats out of Rolex Sydney Hobart

    Wild Oats out of Rolex Sydney Hobart

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    There is also added significance for Richards for the 2016 race, with long-time yacht owner Bob Oatley dying in January this year. Perpetual Loyal is now at the head of the fleet, with New Zealand entry Giacomo second and Maserati third.
  • Liverpool FC's Roberto Firmino faces Christmas Eve drink-driving charge

    Liverpool FC's Roberto Firmino faces Christmas Eve drink-driving charge

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    The 25-year-old was stopped by police while driving through Liverpool city centre on Saturday and was subsequently arrested after being found to be over the legal limit. Firmino is part of the Liverpool squad for the clash against Stoke City on Tuesday. That date will coincide with Liverpool's crucial Premier League game with current leaders Chelsea, which takes place at Anfield in the evening.
  • Dozens feared dead as boat capsizes in Lake Albert

    Dozens feared dead as boat capsizes in Lake Albert

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    Nine bodies have been recovered, and 15 people have been rescued, reports say. Police say the boat became unbalanced when too many passengers moved to one side. She leaves behind a five-month-old baby. According to The Ugandan, another local news agency, Lake Alberta, which is one of the world's largest lakes and also borders neighbouring DR Congo, has a history of boat accidents.
  • Al Jazeera producer arrested by Egyptian government

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    He is now based in Doha but worked in Egypt before Al Jazeera closed its office there in 2013. The statement added: "Mahmoud Hussein works as a news producer at Al Jazeera, not a director of the correspondents' department as the [Egyptian] statement claimed".
  • Girl, 10, dies after Air Canada flight from Toronto to Heathrow diverts

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    According to news reports, the plane was just 90 minutes from landing when the crew on board found the 10-year-old "unresponsive". The crew had also requested that engineers be standing by to service the aircraft's toilets. A post mortem examination will be carried out to officially determine the cause of death. A garda spokesman confirmed that the county coroner was informed of the tragedy.
  • Israel summons 14 ambassadors after United Nations settlement vote

    Israel summons 14 ambassadors after United Nations settlement vote

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    While Liberman's order on Saturday was an ostensible first step against the Palestinians following the approval of the resolution, Israel has already taken a number of retaliatory measures against the states that supported its passage, including recalling envoys from New Zealand and Senegal, two of the co-sponsors of the resolution.
  • China's 1st aircraft carrier heads for Western Pacific

    China's 1st aircraft carrier heads for Western Pacific

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    The activities involved several J-15 carrier-borne jets and helicopters. It is believed that it is the first the said aircraft carrier will operate in Pacific Ocean. China later returned it, saying its navy found this unidentified device and examined in a professional manner to verify it to prevent from causing harm to freedom of navigation.
  • Trump wants to expand U.S. nuclear capabilities

    Trump wants to expand U.S. nuclear capabilities

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    On MSNBC's " Morning Joe ", co-host Mika Brzezinski relayed a conversation she had directly with Trump in which he reportedly said, "Let it be an arms race". The Washington Post reports that Donald Trump has also publicly thanked Vladimir Putin for attacking his political opponent Hillary Clinton. I think the president-elect's point is, unless these guys come to their senses and recognize that this is not a smart move - increasing the nuclear stockpile around the globe is not good for ...
  • Authorities: Suspect arrested in road rage killing of 3-year-old boy

    Authorities: Suspect arrested in road rage killing of 3-year-old boy

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    Gary Holmes , 33, faces capital murder and terroristic act charges in connection with the shooting, Pulaski County Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Cody Burk said . "She honked back, and then she observed a black male, very generic description, get out with what she thought was a gun". Little Rock, has seen two infants die in road-rage gunfire in the past two months.
  • Queen Misses Christmas Church For First Time In Nearly 30 Years

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    Buckingham Palace said the queen did not attend church services because she was staying indoors so as not to exacerbate her cold. The Queen did not go that far, but in an address which traditionally has a strong religious theme, she pointed out that Jesus was "maligned and rejected by many, though he had done no wrong".
  • Typhoon Nock-ten lashes central Philippines, cuts power

    Typhoon Nock-ten lashes central Philippines, cuts power

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    The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has raised its status to "red alert" as Typhoon "Nina" intensifies further threatening the Bicol Region Sunday. "We are requesting vehicle support" from other government agencies to move people to safety, Mr Daep added. Miguel Villafuerte on Saturday promised to provide roasted pig (lechon) for his constituents if they proceed to evacuation centers, following forecasts that Typhoon "Nina" will be making landfall on ...
  • No tsunami warning for NZ after 7.7 quake strikes southern Chile

    No tsunami warning for NZ after 7.7 quake strikes southern Chile

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    Earlier in the day, a 5.4-magnitude quake struck northern Chile near the border with Bolivia. However, it urged vigilance for "minor sea level fluctuations" in coastal areas. According to media reports, the quake was felt in the southwest Argentine city of Bariloche. ALVARO VIDAL/AFP/Getty ImagesView of a bridge damaged by a 7.7-magnitude natural disaster in Castro on Chiloe Island off the Pacific coast of southern Chile, on December 25, 2016.
  • 5000 migrants died at sea this year

    5000 migrants died at sea this year

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    The news comes with almost 100 people feared dead when two overcrowded inflatable dinghies capsized in the Strait of Sicily on Thursday (22 December) after leaving Libya for Italy. High Commissioner for Refugees spokesman William Spindler said. Coastguard and naval ships as well as two privately owned tugs rescued the people from four boats in the central Mediterranean, the coastguard said in a statement.