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  • [World News]Saudis seek death penalty, details Khashoggi's death11/15 12:00

    Five people allegedly involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi will face the death penalty, Saudi prosecutors said Thursday.......Search More News

  • [Business]Ford talks to rivals over investment in driverless vehicles - Financial Times11/15 12:00

    Financial TimesFord talks to rivals over investment in driverless vehiclesFinancial TimesFord's self-driving car unit Argo AI is in talks with multiple rival carmakers, seeking “billions of dollars” to help fund the development of autonomous vehicles, says the division's chief executive, Bryan Salesky. “We are definitely talking to other ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World]With Small Steps, Palestinians and Israelis Try to Tackle Gaza's Ills - New York Times11/15 12:00

    New York TimesWith Small Steps, Palestinians and Israelis Try to Tackle Gaza's IllsNew York TimesJERUSALEM — Last year, when the Trump administration was still trying to entice the Palestinians into peace talks with Israel through cooperation rather than coercion, it encouraged the two sides to team up on small-scale infrastructure projects as a ...Israeli elections seem likely after Lieberman's resignationMinneapolis Star TribuneIsrael's hawkish defense minister resigns from the government over Hamas truceWashington PostAnalysis: Ceasefire shows politics don't always come firstThe Jerusalem Postall 3,557 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World]Days After Killing Infant, Monkeys Fatally Attack Elderly Woman In Agra - NDTV11/15 11:50

    NDTVDays After Killing Infant, Monkeys Fatally Attack Elderly Woman In AgraNDTVA 58-year-old woman died after being attacked by monkeys when she had gone out of her house to relieve herself at Thok Mohalla in Agra, two days after an infant was killed by a monkey in the Uttar Pradesh city. Bhoomi Devi was attacked yesterday ...Monkey kills baby boy in India's AgraBBC NewsMonkey kills 12-day-old baby in IndiaRTE.ieNow, woman dies after monkey attack in AgraTimes of Indiaall 160 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Saudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for 5 Accused in Khashoggi Killing - New York Times11/15 11:50

    New York TimesSaudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for 5 Accused in Khashoggi KillingNew York TimesProtesters outside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, where the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi was killed last month.CreditCreditChris Mcgrath/Getty Images. By Ben Hubbard. Nov. 15, 2018. BEIRUT, Lebanon — Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor said on ...Saudi Arabia seeks death penalty for 5 suspects in Khashoggi killingBusiness Insiderall 389 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Saudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for 5 Accused in Khashoggi Killing11/15 11:50

    The kingdom’s public prosecutor said the operation was not ordered from the top and had not been intended to kill the dissident.......Search More News

  • [Technology]WATCH: Apple investigating complaint iPhone X overheated and caught fire11/15 11:41

    The owner of an iPhone X said his smartphone caught fire while he was upgrading the operating system.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]South Sudan plans to build new capital in former game park11/15 11:40

    South Sudan is planning to construct a new state capital in a central location in what was a wildlife park, a move that officials say will make the seat of government more accessible to the people, the government said on Wednesday.......Search More News

  • [World]Saudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for Some Accused in Khashoggi Killing - New York Times11/15 11:40

    New York TimesSaudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for Some Accused in Khashoggi KillingNew York TimesBEIRUT, Lebanon — Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor said on Thursday that he was requesting the death penalty for five people suspected of involvement in the killing of the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi at the country's consulate in Istanbul ...Saudi Arabia Seeks Death Penalty Over Khashoggi KillingWall Street Journalall 341 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Saudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for Some Accused in Khashoggi Killing11/15 11:40

    The kingdom’s public prosecutor said the operation was not ordered from the top and had not been intended to leave the dissident dead.......Search More News

  • [World News]With Small Steps, Palestinians and Israelis Try to Tackle Gaza’s Ills11/15 11:40

    The resumption of cease-fire talks after days of violence revived hopes for joint projects on solar energy, sewage treatment and drinking water.......Search More News

  • [World News]Hundreds of migrants from caravan group reach US border11/15 11:40

    Around 400 Central American migrants travelling through Mexico to seek asylum in the US arrived at the border city of Tijuana.  The group, which includes around 80 LGBT asylum seekers, broke away from the larger caravan of 5,000 people in Mexico City. Larger groups are expected to reach the border in the coming days.  The US government said on Tuesday it was starting work to "harden" the border crossing from Tijuana, Mexico, to prepare for the arrival of the migrant caravan making its way across western Mexico. Customs and Border Protection announced it was closing four lanes at the busy San Ysidro and Otay Mesa ports of entry in San Diego, California. It said the closures were needed "to install and pre-position port hardening infrastructure equipment in preparation for the migrant caravan and the potential safety and security risk that it could cause." James Mattis, the Defence Secretary, is due to visit the border on Wednesday, his first trip since thousands of US troops were deployed.  US Marines stand guard next to a barricade at the border in Tijuana Credit: Reuters San Ysidro is the border's busiest crossing, with about 110,000 people entering the US every day. That traffic includes some 40,000 vehicles, 34,000 pedestrians and 150 to 200 buses. The first group, which officials estimated was around 350 people, made it to Tijuana on Tuesday aboard a fleet of buses. The arrival of the LGBT group in the Mexican border city has provoked an angry backlash from local residents, rights activists said. The asylum seekers are among thousands of migrants who are making their way through Mexico towards the United States. They split from the caravan they were originally travelling with after facing discrimination from others in the group. The first group from the caravan from poor Central American countries -mostly Hondurans- are seen near the US border in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico Credit: AFP Fergie Bibiana Andersen of the advocacy group Diversidad sin Fronteras said the LGBT migrants had been verbally abused in Tijuana and also threatened on social media. "They're being attacked by the town," said Ms Andersen, whose organisation has been supporting the LGBT migrants. "They (attackers) are filled with hate," she said on Tuesday. "They're racist people who think (the migrants) are going to just stay there." Tijuana resident Juan Carlos Ruano wrote on the neighbourhood Facebook page that the migrants were a security concern and called them "homo-deviant invaders". "Everyone has the freedom to do what they want with their lives," he later told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. "But they are impacting us... A lot of people are angry," said Ruano, 46, who lives in the Playa de Tijuana neighborhood where the group of migrants are staying. Amnesty International said the discrimination highlighted the broader difficulties faced by LGBT asylum seekers as they cross Mexico, including increased violence and abuse from local authorities. "We have certainly identified them as one of the most vulnerable groups within the context of mobility," Carolina Jimenez, research director for the Americas at Amnesty International told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. A US Marine sets up a barricade with wire at the border between Mexico and the US in Mexico Credit: Reuters In addition to suffering violence and exclusion from their own families, the group of migrants face attacks from other asylum seekers, she added. "We came with the caravan, the caravan is still going," Cesar Mejia, one of the migrants from Honduras told reporters on Sunday. "What we want to avoid is that whenever we reach the end the LGBT community is the last one to be taken into account, in everything." US President Donald Trump has taken a firm stance against the caravan, which began its journey north on October 13 and briefly clashed with security forces in the south of Mexico early on its route. On Friday, Mr Trump signed a decree that effectively suspended the granting of asylum for those who cross the border illegally, a move that could drastically slow claims at gates of entry.......Search More News

  • [Sport]Uber-driving golfer challenges leaders at Australian Open11/15 11:30

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  • [Sports]'Colossal Shame,' anger in Mexico City over loss of NFL game - Yahoo Sports11/15 11:30

    Yahoo Sports'Colossal Shame,' anger in Mexico City over loss of NFL gameYahoo SportsThe shock over the NFL moving a game from Mexico City on less than a week's notice is wearing off, replaced with shame, anger and disappointment for those involved. The Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs will now play Monday in L.A., removing ...Mexico move leaves hurt feelings for Chiefs and Rams fansESPN (blog)Relocating Chiefs-Rams game from Mexico City to LA creates another big mess for NFLUSA TODAYNFL moves Rams-Chiefs Mexico City game to LA, citing poor field conditionsWashington Postall 1,405 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Technology]Google's annual Thanksgiving report tells you the best times to avoid traffic jams - TechCrunch11/15 11:30

    TechCrunchGoogle's annual Thanksgiving report tells you the best times to avoid traffic jamsTechCrunchGoogle has released its annual Thanksgiving traffic and search trends report, created by analyzing data from last year's holiday season. It breaks down the best and worst times to travel by state and also throws in information about when popular places ...and more »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]The California Wildfires: How Experts Track a Blaze to Its Origin - New York Times11/15 11:30

    New York TimesThe California Wildfires: How Experts Track a Blaze to Its OriginNew York TimesPARADISE, Calif. — One huge fire was caused by a spark set off by a man with a hammer, working on a fence post in a field of dry vegetation. Another began at a backyard barbecue. A 2007 fire on Santa Catalina Island was ignited by workers cutting ...Trump points fingers while California burnsWashington PostDid California Governor Jerry Brown Veto a Wildfire Management Bill, Increasing the Risk of Wildfires?Snopes.comall 7,451 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Two UK Cabinet Ministers, Including Chief Brexit Negotiator, Quit - New York Times11/15 11:30

    New York TimesTwo UK Cabinet Ministers, Including Chief Brexit Negotiator, QuitNew York TimesLONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain faced a deep political crisis on Thursday after two cabinet ministers quit her government, including Dominic Raab, her chief negotiator on withdrawal from the European Union — decisions that threaten to ...UK's May Is Hit by Resignations Over Brexit, Threatening Her PremiershipWall Street JournalSterling plunges as key ministers quit in protest at Brexit dealCNBCBritish Ministers Quit Government In Row Over Draft Brexit DealNPRCNN International -Washington Postall 10,796 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]DNA firm schooled in war zones helps ID California fire victims11/15 11:30

    The remains of victims charred beyond recognition in the California wildfires are being identified by a pioneering DNA analysis company that primarily works in war zones and crime scenes. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Florida Judge Cites 2000 to Stress Import of Close Votes11/15 11:30

    During a five-hour hearing in Tallahassee on Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Mark Walker was urged by a lawyer for Democratic Senator Bill Nelson to count an estimated 5,000 affected ballots, while a lawyer for the Florida Secretary of State said the suit was filed too late and the law must be respected. Nelson aims to overcome a razor-thin vote deficit in the recount for his U.S. Senate race with Republican Governor Rick Scott, one of the most closely watched in the U.S. The margin forced an automatic recount, which triggered a spate of separate lawsuits in state courts further south. Walker, whose musings during the hearing touched on slavery, the Civil War, women’s suffrage and the invasion of Iraq, ended the proceeding without ruling on Nelson’s request for a court order requiring that the recount include all mail-in ballots rejected over signatures.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Fly-tipping discovered 2,700 times a day in England11/15 11:21

    It is the first time fly-tipping rates have fallen in five years, but the decrease is slight.......Search More News

  • [World News]In Chechnya, televised shamings to keep people in check11/15 11:21

    Authoritarian leader Ramzan Kadyrov forces citizens who complain to retract what they said on TV.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]36 Hours: 36 Hours in Denver11/15 11:21

    A weekend in the Mile High City offers something for everyone: a flourishing restaurant scene, microbreweries, miles of trails for skiers and bikers alike, and a vibrant street art movement.......Search More News

  • [Technology]Ford CEO open to investors in autonomous vehicles but cautious on VW11/15 11:21

    Ford Motor Co Chief Executive Jim Hackett told Reuters the automaker is open to investment by automakers and others in its autonomous vehicle business, but cautioned that expanding partnerships with German automaker Volkswagen AG is a "delicate dance." ......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Saudi Arabia indicts 11, seeks death penalty for 5, in Jamal Khashoggi's murder11/15 11:20

    Saudi Arabia indicted 11 suspects and prosecutors were requesting the death penalty for five of them for the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi last month, the kingdom announced.......Search More News

  • [Sports]Bulls embarrassed in Boston as guard Zach LaVine is held in check all night - Chicago Sun-Times11/15 11:20

    Chicago Sun-TimesBulls embarrassed in Boston as guard Zach LaVine is held in check all nightChicago Sun-TimesBOSTON — Low-effort, embarrassing defeats seemed to be behind the Bulls. If a blowout loss to the Warriors on Oct. 29 was rock bottom, at least it felt as though the players had acknowledged their failures, picked themselves up and committed to being ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World News]DNA firm schooled in war zones helps ID California fire victims11/15 11:20

    ANDE, the only Rapid DNA analysis company approved by the FBI for work on military, forensic, homeland security and intelligence projects, was hired by the Butte County Sheriff's office to identify remains of some of the 56 people killed in northern California's Camp Fire. Coroner-led recovery teams, cadaver dogs and a National Guard contingent scouring debris from the deadliest fire in California's history turn over tissue and bone fragments to the ANDE team, which is able to generate DNA IDs in under two hours through Rapid DNA analysis. "People have experienced so much loss and it's not over yet," said ANDE's chief communications officer, Annette Mattern.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Part of migrant caravan arrives at US border11/15 11:20

    Mexican authorities said 398 Central American migrants travelling in caravan, arrived in the border city of Tijuana on Wednesday. (Nov. 14)......Search More News

  • [World News]Paris mayor plans to pedestrianise city centre11/15 11:10

    The proposal would see traffic limited in the first four districts, known as arrondissements.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Saudis seek death penalty for five in Khashoggi killing11/15 11:10

    Saudi prosecutors said Thursday they would seek the death penalty for five people allegedly involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. ......Search More News

  • [National]New York City man plays the same numbers for 25 years, hits $343.9M Powerball11/15 11:10

    A Manhattan man has won $343.9 million, the largest prize in New York Lottery history, last month by buying the same combination of numbers every week, every year, for 25 years, and claimed his prize Wednesday. ......Search More News