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Paradise Papers: UK's leader of opposition wants Queen to apologise


The shadow chancellor said there would have to be a "critically overriding" reason for Mr Hammond's no-show. "In contrast to Mossack Fonseca , the discredited firm at the centre of last year's Panama Papers investigation , Appleby prides itself on being a leading member of the "magic circle" of top-ranking offshore service providers". Read More »

Roger Federer beat Andy Murray while wearing a tartan kilt

Federer, meanwhile, will have been using the charity match as preparation for the 2017 ATP Tour World Finals, a competition which starts at the 02 Arena in London on November 12. In a magazine interview previous year, he said: "It definitely gave me perspective". "I'll come back when I'm ready and 100 per cent fit". The 30-year-old British tennis pro and his wife welcomed the new child a "couple of weeks ago", according to the BBC . Read More »

U.S. urges action after Saudi accuses Iran over missile attack


President Donald Trump began a visit to the Chinese capital. Later, Nikki Haley released information showing that the missile was an Iranian Qiam missile which is a short-range ballistic missile produced in Iran. Khoury said 10 U.N. ships in the Red Sea ports of Hodeida and nearby Solaf have been ordered to depart. Saudi officials also accused the Lebanese government of declaring war against it due to Hezbollah - an ally of Iran - "sowing strife" in the region. Read More »

Canadian Mounties arrest 5 naked people after auto crash


Now a police press release gives the backstory: The naked five (who may not at that point have been naked) had kidnapped a man, a woman and a 6-week-old baby around 9:30 a.m. RCMP arrested three adults and two youths who were all naked at the collision scene. The three people who were forced into the vehicle were not injured. Read More »

Kremlin reveals Putin-Trump meeting agenda


Trump is now in China, where he is making his first visit as USA president. Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will be able to discuss the situation in Syria and on the Korean Peninsula and bilateral relations at a meeting in Vietnam on the sidelines of the APEC summit. Read More »

Santa Claus actor arrested for drug paraphernalia


They say an officer saw the crack pipe next to a Santa Claus costume. Police said they also found empty bags of crack and heroin and a hypothermic needle in the bad Santa's vehicle. Smith was charged with possession of drug paraphenalia and released, the Bergen Record reported. One picture has Smith in the Santa Claus outfit posing with Marines in May 2016, according to the paper. Read More »

Kevin Spacey to be accused of sexual assault on Nantucket


Spacey and ruining his career. Mitchell Garabedian, famous for representing the victims of the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, told that he would be making an announcement at 11:30 a.m. "I feel so sad, and I hate that actor that ruined this guy's career", Talese said. "Jesus, suck it up once in a while!" House of Cards superfan Robbie Pyma is hoping to make that a reality with a petition he launched almost a week ago. Read More »

Veterans Day Parade set for Saturday


The special guest speaker for this year's ceremony will be Col. Christopher C. Ostby. The Post 86 American Legion in Newton, NJ will conduct the flag ceremony and the ceremony will conclude with closing remarks from an SCCC veteran. It was an annual observance as Armistice Day until 1938, when it became a National Holiday to honor our Veterans who have served our country". Long Beach Township will hold a Veterans Day observance at noon at the municipality's new Veterans Park in Beach ... Read More »

Rajan for Rajya Sabha?

His name was discussed at a party meeting which included AAP chief and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. According to a news published by Times of India, in what could redefine equations within Aam Aadmi Party , which has been facing internal squabbling for the past several months, sources said a decision has been taken to nominate outsiders for the three Rajya Sabha seats that are likely to come to the party in January next year. Read More »

Ted Cruz: It's a mistake for House bill to raise taxes

However, Vox reported that the measure is unlikely to be taken up by the GOP leadership. "I think tax reform needs to cut taxes for everybody", Cruz told reporters at a press conference Tuesday. Two conservative leaders, House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows and the Republican Study Committee Chairman Mark Walker, have been pushing the leadership to repeal the mandate in the tax bills. Read More »

New video shows Sherri Papini moments before she was found


Papini, then 34, went missing on November 2, 2016, having last been seen dropping her children off at day care. Sherri Papini, 34, was spotted in the footage briskly heading to Interstate 5 in Yolo County at about 4 am on November 24, 2016, according to the the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. Read More »

Zimbabwe's Mugabe says fired deputy plotted to take power


The axing of the Zanu-PF hardliner, who has strong links with the military and intelligence services, came after a dramatic weekend in which Mr Mugabe's wife, Grace, publicly stated she was ready to succeed her husband as president if asked to do so. Read More »

Video shows Georgia teacher threaten to 'put a bullet' in student's head


Carr said her son says he and other students were laughing while the teacher wrote an equation on the board. But one student's mother, April Carr , didn't find anything amusing about the incident . When Carr asked her son what happened, she got the full story. Officials at Rockdale Career Academy are investigating the incident. Told the boy's mother, 'I think it's a terroristic threat on my son's life that I definitely don't take lightly '. Read More »

Hoboken elects first Sikh mayor in New Jersey state history


He has been endorsed by outgoing Mayor Dawn Zimmer who is not seeking a third term in office. Two Indian American candidates have overcome bigoted propaganda to win local elections in New Jersey - one of them as the Mayor of Hoboken. Bhalla said in a Tuesday night Twitter post. Hoboken Councilmembers DeFusco and Jen Giattino, restauranteur Karen Nason and activist Ronald Bautista are also vying for the seat. Read More »

Trump passes tricky protocol test with Japanese emperor


US President Donald Trump greeted Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko on Monday (Nov 6) with a genteel handshake and nod, but no bow, avoiding the pitfall of US President Barack Obama who was criticised at home for his deep bow to the monarch. Read More »

Democrat Philip Murphy Is The New Governor Of New Jersey


New Jersey and Virginia are the only two states electing governors this year. The financier and former U.S. ambassador to Germany will succeed Chris Christie and become the state's 56th chief executive. In July, as Guadagno was announcing her choice for lieutenant governor, Christie told reporters that running mates "don't matter", suggested that the race might not be competitive and said that Guadagno hadn't approached him for help. Read More »

Iran Urges Pakistan to Establish Force Similar to Basij


The news agency of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Sepah News said that Bajwa also held talks with Head of Iran's Revolutionary guards ground forces Mohammad Pakpour. He also thanked the Iranian military and government, for the hospitality that they had extended during the visit, on behalf of the COAS. The defence minister placed a lot of emphasis on furthering ties between Pakistan and Iran , stating that both countries share a common religion and culture. Read More »

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation will increase the contingent in Afghanistan


North Atlantic Treaty Organisation had said it would hold off on any decision on troop numbers until the United States agreed to up its troops. "We have chose to increase the number of troops .to help the Afghans break the stalemate, to send a message to the Taliban, to the insurgents that they will not win on the battleground", NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told a news conference on Tuesday. Read More »

No train services operating as Irish Rail workers return to picket lines


He said: "This week passengers will be placed at greater risk because rail bosses have trained an army of managers and inexperienced backroom staff to replace highly trained and experienced guards in a bid to break the strike action". Strike days are not fun for the ordinary public. It also said it regretted the decision by the company's trade unions to schedule the strikes during November and December. Read More »

CBI said that the Class 11th student has murdered Pradyuman


He further added that the CBI will seek custody of the juvenile student and the investigative agency has yet not given a clean chit to the bus conductor Ashok Kumar, who was arrested by Gurugram Police in connection to the murder. The arrested minor will now be produced before the Juvenile Justice Board on Wednesday afternoon. The post-mortem report of seven-year-old Pradhyuman revealed that shock and hemorrhage was the cause of his death. Read More »

Trump 'not invited' to Paris climate summit


Openly isolated on the climate issue at the Group of Seven and Group of 20 meetings earlier this year, the United States said it meant to withdraw "unless the president can identify terms that are more favorable to American businesses, workers and taxpayers". Read More »

Police search for serial bank robber in Northeast Philadelphia


However, it is unclear how much was taken by the suspect. The robber did not show, mention or imply a weapon and the teller handed over the cash, police said. Employees described the man as white, in his early 30s, about 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-7, and wearing an orange jacket and baseball cap. "He sports a short beard and moustache and was wearing silver rimmed prescription eyeglasses". Read More »

Philippine army says M'sian Amin Baco is dead

Syahputra, arrested while trying to escape Marawi last week, said Baco was elected by Daesh members following the death of Hapilon. The Philippines has begun the hunt for the new leader of the local faction of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), a global jihadi network that President Rodrigo Duterte and his military have vowed to destroy in the country. Read More »