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France: Strasbourg Shooting Leaves 3 Dead, 12 Injured In Terrorist Attack On Christmas Market

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At least three people have been killed and 12 others injured in a shooting incident in the northeastern French city of Strasbourg, close to one of the oldest and biggest Christmas markets in Europe.

The suspect had engaged police in a shootout before fleeing the scene and is still on the.. »more

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STRASBOURG SHOOTING

Two dead and 12 injured in Strasbourg shooting

Two dead and 12 injured in Strasbourg shooting
Police have cornered the gunman in France who is known to have a criminal record. He fled the Christmas market in Strasbourg after a shootout with soldiers in the central square.
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THERESA MAY
Brexit chaos grows as Theresa May's colleagues seek to oust her   Theresa May's Last Hope To Save Her Brexit Deal Is The EU   Britain PM Theresa May delays crucial vote on Brexit deal   Key Theresa May Ally Suggests 'Plan B' In Case Brexit Vote Fails  

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces no-confidence vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces no-confidence vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face a no-confidence vote in her leadership, Conservative Party official says.MP Graham Brady says the threshold of 48 letters from lawmakers needed to trigger a leadership vote has been reached....
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GERMANY
Germany: Train strike hits millions of passengers   Is Germany's new ruling party chief Merkel 2.0?   Germany's Merkel bids emotional farewell to CDU party  

Germany's biggest animal rescue shelters ban adoptions over Christmas

'Quite honestly, those people who don't understand, we don't want them'
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GOOGLE
Google Smart Lock: The complete guide   At the Google hearing, Congress proves they still have no idea how the internet works   Google CEO Defends Company's Privacy Practices Before House Lawmakers   Top cloud providers 2018: How AWS, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Oracle, Alibaba stack up   Mr Pichai goes to Washington: The Google CEO testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee   Google CEO Sundar Pichai pressed on bias and China search engine on Capitol Hill  

Google CEO Sundar Pichai pressed on bias and China search engine on Capitol Hill

Google CEO Sundar Pichai pressed on bias and China search engine on Capitol Hill
Google CEO Sundar Pichai offers testimony within the Area of Representatives.Symbol: Alex Wong/Getty Pictures Through Rachel Kraus2018-12-11 16:47:04 UTC The pinnacle of a tech massive is at the Congressional sizzling seat once more. Google CEO Sundar Pichai seemed prior to the Area Judiciary..
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GOOGLE CEO
Google CEO Forced to Explain Why Googling Idiot Produces Trump Images
Appearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Sundar Pichai was questioned on allegations that the results were due to a political bias from...
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CONSERVATIVE / PRIME MINISTER
Explainer - How does a leadership challenge to a Conservative UK prime minister work?
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May's position as leader of the Conservative Party - and consequently her premiership - is under threat from lawmakers who are unhappy at the Brexit deal she has agreed with the European Union. The BBC reported on Tuesday, citing multiple sources, that a..
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PELOSI
Nancy Pelosi questioned Trump’s manhood in private remarks to Democrats
In public, Nancy Pelosi lectured Donald Trump at the Charter and wagged a finger at him for characterizing her “power.” In personal, she puzzled his “manhood” — and her disdain for him turned into public, once more, anyway. “It’s like a manhood factor for him. As though manhood may just..
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FORMER CANADIAN DIPLOMAT DETAINED IN CHINA
Former Canadian diplomat detained in China amid Huawei spat
A former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China, two resources stated on Tuesday, and his present employer, the Global Disaster Staff, stated it was once in search of his recommended and protected unencumber. Michael Kovrig’s detention comes after police in Canada arrested the manager..
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