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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reveal they've named their third child Chicago

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reveal they've named their third child Chicago

Kardashian finished her post thanking her gestational carrier, describing the couples wonderful relationship with her, and debunking the idea that having a carrier is emotionally easy. Kardashian West has now revealed her third child's name, posting on Twitter " Chicago West " with a link to her app . She also notes that while every women and pregnancy is different, "I absolutely love my gestational carrier and this was the best experience I've ever had". Read More

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Five proposals for Macedonia's new name

Five proposals for Macedonia's new name

The official reaction from the Macedonian government comes one day after Macedonia and Greece mediators, Vasko Naumovski and Adamantios Vassilakis respectively, met in NY with United Nations mediator Mathew Nimetz. The Macedonian government also noted that it wouldn't comment the statements made by the Macedonian mediator after the meeting in NY until an in-depth analysis and until state leadership established a position. Read More

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Delta wants to know if your dog can behave before it flies

Delta wants to know if your dog can behave before it flies

It has underperformed by 13.86% the S&P500. Towerview Llc increased its stake in Lands End Inc New (LE) by 180.07% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Montgomery Investment invested in 1.33% or 62,120 shares. Ipg Inv Advisors Ltd Llc stated it has 0.11% in Delta Air Lines, Inc . Investors sentiment increased to 1.15 in Q3 2017. Read More

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Pope accuses priest's victims of slander

Pope accuses priest's victims of slander

Nothing has changed, and his plea for forgiveness is empty". In Chile, Pope Francis apologized to victims of abuse by priests. On Thursday, the pope's remarks dismissing Barros' critics came in Iquique, where the controversial bishop was on hand as Francis celebrated a mass at a beach. Read More

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Vladimir Putin Strips for Jesus ... And Frozen Lake Dip

Vladimir Putin Strips for Jesus ... And Frozen Lake Dip

Asked whether the water was too cold, Putin replied, "No, it's great". Putin braved it out: "No, it's great". He then held his nose and immersed himself fully. counterpart Donald Trump faces questions over his waistline. The holiday marks the Baptism of Christ by John the Baptist in the Jordan River. The Russian leader has been spotted as he was surrounded by Orthodox priests. Read More

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Supreme Court To Hear Travel Ban 3.0 Challenge In April

Supreme Court To Hear Travel Ban 3.0 Challenge In April

Only liberal Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor would have allowed the president's order to remain blocked. The third iteration of the travel ban , announced in September, places restrictions on a number of countries that the administration deems too uncooperative in information-sharing to allow their citizens entry to the U.S. Read More

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Trump admin touts stats linking immigration to terror

Trump admin touts stats linking immigration to terror

The report was drawn up to comply with an executive order that Trump issued in March to ban foreigners from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. They included cases - a senior administration official who insisted on anonymity to detail the report could not say how many - in which foreigners were extradited to the United States to face trial. Read More

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Cape Town's Water Crisis Day Zero, The Day the Taps Run Dry

Cape Town's Water Crisis Day Zero, The Day the Taps Run Dry

Besides a huge public awareness campaign, teams have also intensified leak detection and repairs, as well as extending the use of treated effluent water which offset the use of drinking water for non-potable purposes, De Lille said. The city is also planning to install water management devices on the supplies of the heaviest users. "While consumers save, the City is pulling out all the stops to deliver additional water as fast as possible from groundwater, desalination and water reuse ... Read More

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Trump hoping to keep Pennsylvania seat in Republican hands

Trump hoping to keep Pennsylvania seat in Republican hands

The military would still report for duty, but troops - including in combat - would potentially not be paid. " CHIP should be part of a long-term solution, not a 30 Day, or short term, extension", Trump tweeted . Last year, President Donald Trump announced a March termination date for DACA, an Obama administration program that encouraged undocumented youth to register with the federal government in exchange for temporary permits to work and study in the United States. Read More

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UNRWA Launches International Campaign in Response to US Aid Cuts

UNRWA Launches International Campaign in Response to US Aid Cuts

The US announcement on UNRWA's funding came after US President Donald Trump had threatened on January 2 to cut aid to Palestinians. Similarly, the Palestinian leadership in Ramallah also laid blame beyond Trump on Israel. Krahenbuhl said 525,000 boys and girls in 700 UNRWA schools could be affected by the fund cut, as well as Palestinian access to primary healthcare, but he pledged to keep facilities open through 2018 and beyond. Read More

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Doctor: Trump is healthy, did well on cognitive test

Doctor: Trump is healthy, did well on cognitive test

The US president opted to undergo testing after journalist Michael Wolff's controversial book Fire and Fury alleged Trump was often unable to recognise old friends and had started to repeat himself word for word. border security and "very, very weak" on reforms for the legal immigration system. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment, which identifies light impairment or the onset of Alzheimer's disease, was designed by neurologist Ziad Nasreddine in the 1990s. Read More

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U.S. government creates health division for 'religious freedom'

U.S. government creates health division for 'religious freedom'

The division cites a 2011 federal regulation guiding the enforcement of conscience protections that mentions abortion more than 30 times . A pediatric nurse at the Winnebago County Health Department in IL filed a complaint with HHS on Tuesday because she objects to her employer requiring that she be trained to make referrals to providers of abortion services or to help woman get abortion drugs, according to the Rockford Register Star . Read More

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Kate Middleton Tended to a Sick Boy During a Royal Visit

Kate Middleton Tended to a Sick Boy During a Royal Visit

On what was a cold day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had a warm welcome from people in Coventry. Kate Middleton decided not to wear her engagement ring as she headed out on official business this morning. "You can tell she is a mum, and has got that caring side", Flynn continued. Kensington Palace tweeted: "The Duchess joins some children for an art activity, and discovers more about the positive impact the new centre is having on @GreatOrmondSt patients & their ... Read More

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Gunmen launch deadly attack on Mar Mina Church in Cairo

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi offered his condolences to the families of those killed and ordered his forces to increase security at key institutions, his office said in a statement . Last week, they fired a guided rocket that destroyed an army helicopter at the airport of the city of el-Arish in northern Sinai during an unannounced visit there by the defence and interior ministers. Read More

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One Canadian, one American kidnapped in Nigeria

One Canadian, one American kidnapped in Nigeria

The Kagarko-Jere road has gained notoriety in recent times as kidnapping in the area has spiked, following the deployment of several policemen to the Kaduna Abuja road. Reuters, citing a local official, had originally reported that one American and one Canadian had been abducted. Mr Aliyu said the gunmen ambushed the vehicle of the two foreigners along the Jere-Kargao Road at on Tuesday night while they were returning to Abuja from Kafanchan. Read More

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Submarine inventor charged with murder in death of journalist

Submarine inventor charged with murder in death of journalist

Prosecutors are pushing for life behind bars. Peter Madsen was formally charged on Tuesday with killing the journalist, who had boarded his homemade submarine in August with plans to write a story on the inventor. Madsen also faces charges of "indecent handling" of a corpse - he admitted to dismembering Wall's body - and having sexual relations "of a particularly risky nature" with Wall. Read More

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France will never allow another 'Jungle' here, says Macron in Calais

France will never allow another 'Jungle' here, says Macron in Calais

He also attacked "certain organisations" for spreading "lies" about police brutality, referring to volunteers and charities accused of encouraging migrants to enter Britain illegally, and of fabricating claims of police brutality. During the upcoming talks, Macron is expected to discuss the issue of illegal migration on the French-UK border. The government is hoping to pass new legislation that sets new rules to control the flow of migrants and updates asylum laws to speed up the ... Read More

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Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic shot dead

Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic shot dead

Tanjug news agency quoted his lawyer as saying Ivanovic had been shot at least five times. Several bullets were fired at Ivanovic from a moving vehicle, according to head prosecutor Shyqyri Syla. "It is very important to preserve peace and stability", he told reporters in Podgorica during a visit to neighbouring Montenegro. "I think it's crucial that everyone on both sides respond soberly and reasonably and attempt to reduce any tensions through dialogue, which could otherwise lead to ... Read More

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Philippine province declares

Philippine province declares "calamity" as volcano lava spreads

With the raising of the alert status, Laguerta noted the extension of the danger zone from the 6KM permanent danger zone (PDZ) to the 7-kilometer extended danger zone (EDZ) radius of the volcano . As a result, classes in these areas remained suspended because classrooms have been used as temporary evacuation centres where the evacuees received relief items from the national and provincial governments, according to Marasigan. Read More

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MI man deported back to Mexico after 30 years in US

MI man deported back to Mexico after 30 years in US

The government has resumed processing DACA renewals in light of a federal court order from U.S. District Judge William Alsup, who cited Trump's own tweet that was seemingly in support of the program. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Shelley said he's concerned that minority immigrants are increasingly being targeted, citing remarks Trump has made about African and Hispanic immigrants. Read More

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Brexit can be reversed if United Kingdom wants — EU Council chief

Brexit can be reversed if United Kingdom wants — EU Council chief

Donald Tusk has told Brits "our hearts are still open for you", marking yet another suggestion that the referendum result could be changed. He added that "the hardest work is still ahead of us". "That was certainly not a reason to organise a referendum", he said. "There is also something more fundamental than that", he said. The withdrawal agreement must have "serious guarantees" on citizens' rights because "that is still a problem". Read More

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Sen. John Kennedy comments on government shutdown

Sen. John Kennedy comments on government shutdown

A program Trump has been trying to end since coming into office. But in the course of the White House meeting, Trump sparked an worldwide uproar by reportedly describing Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as "s--hole countries", questioning why more immigrants from those countries should be allowed into the United States . Read More

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