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Japanese news leads with sumo wrestler's retirement despite missile launch

Japanese news leads with sumo wrestler's retirement despite missile launch

The news dominated Japanese television talk shows and evening newspapers for weeks as the nation expressed shock at claims against a yokozuna grand champion, whose behavior in sports and society is expected to be exemplary. The dramatic manner of the Mongolian wrestler's exit from sumo at the pinnacle of his career comes as the sport was beginning to regain its popular appeal after a slew of bad publicity. Consulte Mais Informação

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Uhuru Kenyatta toma posse após contestada vitória — Quénia

Uhuru Kenyatta toma posse após contestada vitória — Quénia

Antes da cerimónia, a polícia disparou gás lacrimogéneo para tentar controlar multidão. Odinga não fez campanha para a repetição e apelou aos seus apoiantes para não comparecerem às urnas. A eleição marcou uma dura disputa entre as duas principais dinastias políticas do país da África Oriental. Na cerimônia de posse, Kenyatta afirmou que ele será o presidente de todo o povo queniano e pediu que todos respeitem a Constituição e as leis. Consulte Mais Informação

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15 suspected NPAs die in Batangas clashes

15 suspected NPAs die in Batangas clashes

Nine of the slain rebels were male while five were female, Magisa added. Parayno identified the rebel as Josephine Santiago Lapera alias Ella, 22, from Marikina City. We have been tracking their movements for two months and we can expect another encounter soon if they don't vacate Calabarzon", Aplasca said, referring to the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon that constitute Region 4-A. Consulte Mais Informação

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Turkish Airstrikes Destroy 41 PKK Targets in Northern Iraq

Turkish Airstrikes Destroy 41 PKK Targets in Northern Iraq

He was killed in a joint counterterrorism operation of the National Intelligence Agency (MİT), Gendarmerie Special Operation (JÖH) and Police Special Operation (PÖH) in the rural Pülümür area of Tunceli province. At least 16 suspects were arrested Sunday for their links to the PKK terrorist group in operations in southeastern Turkey. Founded in 1978, the PKK has waged a bloody, decades-long campaign against the Turkish state. Consulte Mais Informação

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Modi mocks Congress repeatedly in Gujarat: Will it help BJP's poll prospect?

Modi mocks Congress repeatedly in Gujarat: Will it help BJP's poll prospect?

Addressing a rally in Rajkot recently, Prime Minister Modi had taken a similar dig at Congress for making a reference to his beginning as a tea vendor in a picture tweeted by their "volunteer" group last week. "RSS and Sangh Parivar workers were on the streets, helping remove corpses and spreading the fragrance of humanity", he said, adding that the then prime minister Indira Gandhi, on the other hand, could be seen using a handkerchief to block out the foul smell. Consulte Mais Informação

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Miller fala à CPMI da JBS:

Miller fala à CPMI da JBS: "Nunca fui braço direito de Janot"

O colegiado já prepara relatórios que devem focar na responsabilização de Janot e do ex-procurador Marcelo Miller por "condutas controversas" nas negociações com os donos e executivos da JBS e do grupo J&F. É o que eu diria se estivesse numa sala de aula, é o que eu diria a um amigo. "Não tinha nenhuma predileção por mim", disse o ex-procurador. "Eu incentivava a empresa a se remediar". Consulte Mais Informação

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Kansas coalition forms PAC against Kobach

Kansas coalition forms PAC against Kobach

Kobach announced in June that he is running for Kansas governor, competing against Lt. Gov. Jeff Coyler among others for the Republican nomination. Kobach opened the program with a short speech touching on his main campaign themes. The 51-year-old Kansas secretary of state, who announced his candidacy in June, delivered a brief speech to almost 400 attendees gathered for dinner at the DoubleTree Hotel in Overland Park. Consulte Mais Informação

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Arabia 'looking for tension to cover up defeat', Rouhani

Arabia 'looking for tension to cover up defeat', Rouhani

Sofia, Nov 29 Bulgaria said today that an aircraft taking its prime minister and former king to Saudi Arabia was denied permission by Iran to enter its airspace, forcing them to fly via Iraq. Harari afterwards reconsidered and has since returned home to negotiate with Hizballah and other coalition partners. Both Iran and Saudi Arabia have been backing different sides in regional conflicts to secure their interests, with their most notable clash being in Syria where Saudi Arabia backs jihadi ... Consulte Mais Informação

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LA County sheriff's deputy wounded in Santa Clarita shootout; suspect also shot

LA County sheriff's deputy wounded in Santa Clarita shootout; suspect also shot

Both were being taken to a hospital for treatment, but it's unclear how badly they were injured, according to Sheriff's Deputy Kelvin Moody. The shooting occurred about 10:30 p.m. Dockweiler Drive between Valle Del Oro and Sierra Highway has been temporarily shut down as a result. Navarro said investigators were still gathering information, and no additional details were immediately being released. Consulte Mais Informação

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Five new signings for Derry City

Five new signings for Derry City

Swedish centre-back and former Galway United player Armin Aganovic also joins the Candystripes, as does Scottish midfielder David Hopkirk and American born midfielder Conor Agnew who was on trial with the club last season. Derry City manager Kenny Shiels teased last week that he has travelled across Europe in efforts to add significant depth to his squad for next season. Consulte Mais Informação

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