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House impeachment managers conclude presentation at Trump trial

House impeachment managers conclude presentation at Trump trial

"I implore you: Give America a fair trial," says US Representative Adam Schiff as he concludes the House impeachment managers' presentation in the trial of President Donald Trump in the Senate. Trump's legal team will have 24 hours to lay out its ...
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AFP
2G Mobile Internet Services To Be Restored In Kashmir With Restrictions

2G Mobile Internet Services To Be Restored In Kashmir With Restrictions

The Jammu and Kashmir administration has decided to restore broadband and mobile Internet connectivity across the union territory starting today, but with restrictions. Internet access will be limited only to "whitelisted" websites, and social med...
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NDTV
Actress Rosie Perez backs up Sciorra account in Weinstein rape trial

Actress Rosie Perez backs up Sciorra account in Weinstein rape trial

Actress Rosie Perez took the stand in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein on Friday to bolster the account of friend and fellow actress Annabella Sciorra, who said she was raped by the former Hollywood producer in the early 1990s. Lisa Bernhard has mo
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Reuters
34 troops diagnosed with brain injury after Iran strike

34 troops diagnosed with brain injury after Iran strike

The Pentagon said on Friday that 34 service members had been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury following missile strikes by Iran on a base in Iraq earlier this month, a number higher than the military had previously announced. Gavino Garay has more.
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Reuters
At least 18 dead, hundreds hurt in Turkey quake

At least 18 dead, hundreds hurt in Turkey quake

An earthquake rocked eastern Turkey on Friday, killing at least 18 people, injuring hundreds and leaving some 30 trapped in the wreckage of toppled buildings, Turkish officials said.
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Associated Press
A "Victorian" life for Harry and Meghan

A "Victorian" life for Harry and Meghan

Prince Harry and wife Meghan have settled, for now, into a seaside home near the most royal of Canadian cities - Victoria, British Columbia, named after the queen who reigned until 1901, during a great expansion of the British Empire. Jillian Kitchen
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Reuters
Turkey: Rescue teams look for survivors after deadly quake

Turkey: Rescue teams look for survivors after deadly quake

Search and rescue teams look through rubble of collapsed buildings in the Turkish city of Elazig after a 6.8 quake hit the region, killing at least 14.
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AFP
Inuk elder recalls collecting bones for the war effort during the Second World War

Inuk elder recalls collecting bones for the war effort during the Second World War

Qapik Attagutsiak, who turns 100 in June, will be the guest of honour during a ceremony in Ottawa on Monday recognizing the role Inuit communities played collecting bones during the Second World War. Those bones were transported south and eventual...
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Canadian Press
Police fire tear gas, water cannons at protesters in Santiago

Police fire tear gas, water cannons at protesters in Santiago

Police in Santiago fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters, who gathered in Italy Square for a demonstration against the government of Sebastian Pinera.
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AFP
Former Stormont deputy first minister Seamus Mallon has died aged 83

Former Stormont deputy first minister Seamus Mallon has died aged 83

The ex-deputy leader of the nationalist SDLP and MP was an architect of the Northern Ireland peace process and a key figure in negotiating the 1998 Good Friday Agreement which largely halted violence. He implemented the newborn political powersha...
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Press Association
Health officials confirm second U.S. case of coronavirus

Health officials confirm second U.S. case of coronavirus

Health officials in Chicago and at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday confirmed the second U.S. case of the new coronavirus from China in a Chicago woman, and said as many as 63 potential cases in the U.S. were being invest
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Reuters
How best to prevent coronavirus: three burning questions answered

How best to prevent coronavirus: three burning questions answered

Euronews spoke to infectious disease experts about the coronavirus outbreak.
Euronews
St. John's to lift state of emergency as blizzard cleanup continues

St. John's to lift state of emergency as blizzard cleanup continues

St. John's, N.L., will lift its eight-day state of emergency on Saturday at 6 a.m. The city has been focused on cleanup after last week's record-breaking blizzard dropped 76 centimetres of snow on the city. Mayor Danny Breen says there are still c...
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Canadian Press
Dems: Congress must oust Trump to stop abuses

Dems: Congress must oust Trump to stop abuses

In the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, Rep. Adam Schiff argues that it was "one hell of a Russian intelligence coup" that the president chased kooky theories about Ukraine pushed by Rudy Giuliani that benefited Vladimir Putin at U.S. expense.
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Associated Press
Schiff to Senators: Trump may investigate you next

Schiff to Senators: Trump may investigate you next

Democratic House prosecutors launched their final arguments Friday at Donald Trump's impeachment trial accusing the president of laboring to cover up his actions with Ukraine that finally led to the charges now against him.
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Associated Press
Schiff: 'This is Trump first, not America first'

Schiff: 'This is Trump first, not America first'

Democratic House prosecutors launched their final arguments at Donald Trump's impeachment trial arguing the president risked U.S. relations with a key ally and promoted Russian propaganda strictly for personal and political gain.
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Associated Press
AP Top Stories

AP Top Stories

Here's the latest for Friday, January 24th: Democratic prosecutors make their final case on impeachment; Trump speaks at anti-abortion rally; 2nd US case of deadly virus from China reported in Chicago; 6.8 earthquake rocks eastern Turkey.
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Associated Press
CDC: New virus's risk for U.S. public remains low

CDC: New virus's risk for U.S. public remains low

A Chicago woman has become the second U.S. patient diagnosed with the dangerous new virus from China, health officials announced Friday. And The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the risk to the U.S. public remains low.
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Associated Press
Trump joins anti-abortion protesters at March for Life rally in D.C.

Trump joins anti-abortion protesters at March for Life rally in D.C.

Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to address Washington, D.C.'s March for Life anti-abortion rally in person Friday, illustrating how important evangelical voters are to his re-election changes. Against the backdrop of Capitol Hill, whe...
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Canadian Press
Rosie Perez arrives at court for Weinstein trial

Rosie Perez arrives at court for Weinstein trial

"Do The Right Thing" actress Rosie Perez arrived at Manhattan court Friday where she testified that fellow screen star Annabella Sciorri told her in the mid-1990s that Harvey Weinstein had raped her.
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Associated Press
How researchers are tracking the coronavirus

How researchers are tracking the coronavirus

Canadian researchers are making advances in tracking the trajectory of viral illnesses, like the emergent coronavirus. From global flight patterns to learning the names of individual patients, scientists say they have more ways to monitor infectio...
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Canadian Press
Rebecca Long-Bailey wins backing of Unite in Labour leadership race

Rebecca Long-Bailey wins backing of Unite in Labour leadership race

Rebecca Long-Bailey's campaign for Labour Party leader has been given a boost after she received the backing of Unite, Britain's second-biggest trade union. Ms Long-Bailey, a frontrunner in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn, needs the backing of ...
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Press Association
Andrea Leadsom meets with Harry Dunn's parents after extradition refusal

Andrea Leadsom meets with Harry Dunn's parents after extradition refusal

Harry Dunn's parents and Andrea Leadsom entering South Northamptonshire Council Offices following the US secretary of state refusing an extradition request for the suspect charged with causing the death of their son. Mrs Sacoolas, 42, claimed dip...
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Press Association
Second US new virus case confirmed in Chicago

Second US new virus case confirmed in Chicago

A Chicago woman has become the second U.S. patient diagnosed with a new virus from China, health officials said Friday. The woman, in her 60s, returned from China on Jan. 13 without showing any signs of illness.
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Associated Press
Trudeau taps Marc Gold as government representative in the Senate

Trudeau taps Marc Gold as government representative in the Senate

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is tapping Sen. Marc Gold, a constitutional law expert and former chair of the Jewish Federations of Canada, to serve as the Liberal government's representative in the upper chamber. Gold says senators may have to cur...
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Canadian Press
A 6.8 magnitude earthquake hits Turkey's eastern city of Elazig

A 6.8 magnitude earthquake hits Turkey's eastern city of Elazig

A 6.8 magnitude earthquake hits Turkey's eastern city of Elazig.
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TRT World
Deadly blast wrecks homes in Houston

Deadly blast wrecks homes in Houston

Some people in Houston are picking up the pieces of their shattered homes following a massive warehouse explosion that killed at least two people
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Associated Press
GOP Senators: 'Voters should decide Trump's fate'

GOP Senators: 'Voters should decide Trump's fate'

Two key Republican senators criticized the slow pace of how the Democratic impeachment managers have been presenting their case, and they said they trusted American voters to decide President Donald Trump's fate over the U.S. Senate.
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Associated Press
Iraqis protest against US military presence

Iraqis protest against US military presence

Thousands of Iraqis respond to Shia cleric Muqtada al Sadr's call for a "million-strong" protest, and took to the streets to demand US troops to exit Iraq. The protests come after the US assassinated an Iranian general and an Iraqi militia chief o...
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TRT World
Pro-life campaigners take to the streets in Washington DC

Pro-life campaigners take to the streets in Washington DC

Pro-life campaigners gather and prepare to take part in the "March for Life" in Washington, DC. The "March for Life," which President Trump addressed in person earlier, is organized annually on or near the anniversary of the Supreme Court's ruling...
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AFP
Poilievre says decision to bow out of Conservative leadership weeks in the making

Poilievre says decision to bow out of Conservative leadership weeks in the making

Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre says weeks of uncertainty about whether he actually wanted to enter the party's leadership race came to a head as deadlines to sign contracts loomed. Considered among the front-runners in the race, Poilievre grew e...
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Canadian Press
Fianna Fail and Fine Gael unveil manifestos for General Election

Fianna Fail and Fine Gael unveil manifestos for General Election

Ireland's two largest parties have unveiled their manifestos ahead of the General Election, in Dublin. Fianna Fail and Fine Gael launched their plans within hours of each other on day 10 of the campaign.
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Press Association
"Listen To Science": Greta Thunberg's Message To India

"Listen To Science": Greta Thunberg's Message To India

Activists led by the 17-year-old Swedish girl Greta Thunberg marched through Davos, Switzerland today saying that there was a feel-good on climate change at the World Economic Forum meet but no real commitment to change and fulfilling the mandates...
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NDTV
India Slips 10 Places On Democracy Index

India Slips 10 Places On Democracy Index

"The protests are not a problem but that they are ruining the image of the country and whatever ruins the image of the country should not be considered. This is essentially what is being said", Meghnad, Associate Editor, Newslaundry.
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NDTV
Slow Destruction Of Institutions Under Government: Farah Naqvi

Slow Destruction Of Institutions Under Government: Farah Naqvi

"The emergency had a start date and had an end date, it was 21 months of hell. The kind of emergency we are seeing now, the protests you are seeing are a response to this slow destruction of institution that we are seeing under this government", F...
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NDTV
Founders Of Constitution Would Have Hailed Students: Gopalkrishna Gandhi

Founders Of Constitution Would Have Hailed Students: Gopalkrishna Gandhi

"Our students, the younger generation, have shown us the way that Gandhi, Netaji, and all the founders of our constitution would have hailed for two reasons - one that they have shown tremendous confidence and two they have tried to be almost alwa...
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NDTV
Trump addresses anti-abortion March for Life rally

Trump addresses anti-abortion March for Life rally

President Donald Trump called it his "profound honor" on Friday to be the first president to attend the annual anti-abortion gathering in Washington called the March for Life.
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Associated Press
Auschwitz survivor pained by rise in anti-Semitism

Auschwitz survivor pained by rise in anti-Semitism

Seventy-five years after the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, a survivor shares her story and urges for more education.
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Associated Press
Mexican authorities detain 800 Central American migrants

Mexican authorities detain 800 Central American migrants

Mexican authorities detained 800 migrants from Honduras and Salvador Thursday in Ciudad Hidalgo. The migrants had earlier crossed the Suchiate border river, asking Mexican authorities for a transit visa to the US. They were resting in a makeshift ...
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AFP
US officials: New virus evolving, taken seriously

US officials: New virus evolving, taken seriously

US health officials say a new viral respiratory illness is an evolving outbreak that should be taken seriously, but US citizens should not be "worried or frightened."
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Associated Press
Prince Charles attends events in Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Prince Charles attends events in Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Prince Charles attends events in Jerusalem and Bethlehem
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ITN
Mass quarantine not in Canada's coronavirus cards

Mass quarantine not in Canada's coronavirus cards

Public health authorities say Canadians have no need to worry about the prospect of mass quarantines, even in the likely event the coronavirus is discovered here. They said scary images coming from a now isolated Wuhan, a Chinese city with 11 mill...
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Canadian Press
Prosecution begins wrapping up case on day four of trial against Trump

Prosecution begins wrapping up case on day four of trial against Trump

House impeachment managers begin wrapping up the presentation of their case in US President Donald Trump's Senate trial. The Democratic prosecutors are hoping to persuade some Republicans to break ranks and turn against the US leader.
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AFP
Trump says Democrats hold 'radical' position on abortion

Trump says Democrats hold 'radical' position on abortion

"When it comes to abortion," says Donald Trump, "Democrats have embraced the most radical and extreme positions." The US president was addressing the country's biggest annual pro-life rally as members of the Senate sat in judgment just blocks away...
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AFP
Dems double down on call for evidence, witnesses

Dems double down on call for evidence, witnesses

As Democrats head into the final day of opening arguments in the impeachment case against President Donald Trump, they remain firm on the push for more evidence and witnesses.
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Associated Press
McCluskey: Unite the Union backs Rebecca Long-Bailey

McCluskey: Unite the Union backs Rebecca Long-Bailey

McCluskey: Unite the Union backs Rebecca Long-Bailey
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ITN
Prof. Whitty: 'Fair' chance of coronavirus cases in the UK

Prof. Whitty: 'Fair' chance of coronavirus cases in the UK

Prof. Whitty: 'Fair' chance of coronavirus cases in the UK
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ITN
The Mideast awaits Trump's 'deal of the century'

The Mideast awaits Trump's 'deal of the century'

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to unveil his long-awaited peace plan for Israelis and Palestinians within days. Trump's history of upending diplomatic norms in the region means that Palestinian leaders are unlikely to support the "deal of the century.
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Reuters