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    13-year-old American escapes after 88 days at killer’s hands

    A 13-year-old girl, Jayme Closs, was hailed as a “heroine” on Friday in the United States, after her 88-day escape at the hands of a 21-year-old man who is believed to have killed her parents for remove. His alleged abductor, Jake Thomas Patterson, arrested just after the escape, will be presented Monday to a judge […] More

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    Great debate: Chantal Jouanno excludes resignation from CNDP

    Chantal Jouanno, who withdrew from the organization of the Great National Debate, responded to Benjamin Griveaux, who is demanding his departure. Chantal Jouanno excludes resignation from the presidency of the National Commission of Public Debate (CNDP). In an interview with Figaro published Thursday night, she also deemed “unworthy” the position of government spokesman, Benjamin Griveaux, […] More

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    Greece: Merkel expects Greece to return to financial markets

    Greece has been dependent on EU grants since 2010. This year, the country wants to borrow again. The Chancellor spoke of a new era. Chancellor Angela Merkel is convinced that Greece can and will return to the financial markets. “My job is for Greece to be able to stand on its own feet and finance […] More

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    “Serious levers of influence”: how the work of Shanghai on the post of interim head of the Pentagon may affect the procurement of F-35

    Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was suspected of lobbying the interests of the Boeing corporation, in which he had worked for more than 30 years. This is reported by the American media. In particular, according to sources, and. about. Pentagon chiefs systematically and severely criticize the implementation of the fifth generation F-35 fighter development […] More

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    Shutdown: “We have to build the wall,” Trump insists

    Washington | US President Donald Trump hammered Sunday his will to build the wall on the border with Mexico, while the “shutdown”, partial paralysis of the federal government, has entered its third week. Insisting that he had “tremendous support” in the Republican party, Trump hinted that he would not give in on this point in […] More

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    Migrants: 2,262 dead in crossings of the Mediterranean in 2018

    A total of 2,262 migrants died while attempting to cross the Mediterranean last year, while 113,482 people arrived in Europe by sea, mainly via Spain, according to UNHCR, which reported decreasing numbers compared to 2017. In 2017 the number of arrivals by sea was 172,301 and 3139 people were “dead or missing” in their attempt […] More

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    Trump says he received a “wonderful” letter

    WASHINGTON | US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he had received a”wonderful” letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which he would “probably” meet again. “I just got a great letter from Kim Jong Un. We really did a very good relationship. We will probably have another meeting, “said Trump, adding that […] More

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    China will not give up the use of force in Taiwan

    China will not commit to giving up the use of force to fight independence forces in Taiwan, said Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday, while saying that China “will be reunified”. Beijing “reserves the right to take all the necessary measures “against” external forces “acting against peaceful reunification and against separatist and separatist actions, warned […] More

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    A lion attacks and kills an employee of a zoo

    A lion from a zoo in South Carolina who escaped from his enclosure fatally attacked a 22-year-old female employee. A team was performing routine cleaning of one of the enclosures when the lion named Matthai managed to escape and returned to his pen where he attacked and killed Alexandra Black, reports ABC News. The staff […] More

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    After the critics, Trump goes to a military cemetery

    WASHINGTON | Donald Trump, criticized for failing to pay tribute to former soldiers at the November 11 commemoration, traveled to Arlington Cemetery near Washington on Saturday for a wreath-laying ceremony. On November 12, the day the “Veterans Day” was observed this year, the 11th being a Sunday, Donald Trump had not been to Arlington Military […] More

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