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Isolated tribespeople believed to have killed US missionary who trespassed on remote island

An American Christian missionary is thought to have been killed by tribespeople on a remote island hundreds of miles off the coast of India, according to officials.

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India vs Australia: Krunal Pandya joins unwanted list after getting hammered at the Gabba

It was a horror outing for all-rounder Krunal Pandya who was taken for plenty in his first outing in Australia.

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Tottenham Hotspur Join Race to Sign West Ham Starlet Declan Rice as Contract Talks Stall

Tottenham have joined Manchester United and Chelsea in the race to sign West Ham contract rebel Declan Rice, according to a report. The 19-year-old defender has failed to extend his current deal at the London Stadium which expires next summer. The Sun claims that this has alerted a host of top clubs, including Spurs, who are interested in his signature as they hope to compete with the 'deep pockets' of Manchester United and Chelsea in the transfer market. It is said that with contract talks...

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Andaya admits ‘ill-conceived projects’ get funding in approved budget

Majority Leader and Camarines Sur Rep. Rolando Andaya Jr. on Wednesday admitted that the proposed P3.757 trillion national budget for 2019 contained funding proposals for “ill-conceived projects” which the House of Representatives retained notwithstanding misgivings aired against the projects.

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Meet Chandramukhi, the Transwoman Contesting Telangana Polls

Chandramukhi Muvvala is contesting from the Goshamahal constituency in Hyderabad on a Bahujan Left Front ticket.

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MP, Rajasthan Recorded Highest Crime Rates Against SC/ST: NCRB 

An NCRB 2016 report has shown that the number of caste-based atrocities is the highest in MP and Rajasthan.

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Israeli minister urges Airbnb boycott, talks up rival service

By Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli cabinet minister called on Wednesday for a boycott of Airbnb and promoted

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Hontiveros chides Duterte for failing to assert PH’s sovereignty in joint exploration deal with China

Opposition Senator Risa Hontiveros on Wednesday chided President Rodrigo Duterte for allegedly failing to assert the country's sovereignty and the Constitution after he signed a framework agreement with China on joint maritime oil and gas exploration in the West Philippine Sea (WPS).

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5 things to know for November 21: Stocks, Zuckerberg, E. coli, Saudis, Nancy Pelosi

Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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Gov’t likely to operate with re-enacted budget in early part of 2019 – Zubiri

Despite the House of Representative's approval of the proposed P3.757-trillion national budget for 2019, the government would still have to operate with a re-enacted budget in the first few weeks of next year.

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PSG appeals for public understanding on road closures during Xi’s visit

The Presidential Security Group (PSG) has appealed for public understanding following the inconvenience caused by the closure of some Metro Manila roads during the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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Thousands of farmers march from Thane to Mumbai to press for demands

More than 5,000 farmers and tribals had gathered at the Anandnagar Octroi Naka in Mulund since Tuesday night.

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Deutsche Bank had limited need to know details of Danske transactions, executive says

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank played only a secondary role as a so-called correspondent bank to scandal-hit Danske Bank, limiting

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Liverpool Star Daniel Sturridge Pleads for More Time to Respond to FA Gambling Charges

​Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has asked the FA to postpone the deadline for his official response to the charges they levelled at him last week regarding a breach of betting rules. The breach is alleged to have happened during the most recent January transfer window, when Sturridge left Merseyside for West Bromwich Albion on loan. The charges relate to the releasing of information "obtained by virtue of his position" and the kind that "is not publicly available." The Englishman had been...

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Explainer: What you need to know about Gibraltar in Brexit talks

By Ingrid Melander MADRID (Reuters) - Spain is threatening to oppose a deal on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union

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Cameroon Kumba kidnap: Soldiers kill three, free all kidnap students for Kumba, Cameroon

Soldiers free three school pikin dem weh deh kidnap for Lords Bilingual Academy Kumba last night

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More than 80,000 Yemeni children may have died from hunger - humanitarian body

DUBAI (Reuters) - An estimated 85,000 children under five may have died from extreme hunger in Yemen since a Saudi-led

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Spanish PM says Bankia not for sale for now due to market conditions

MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government is not planning to sell or reduce its stake in Bankia for the time

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Sanchez on first official trip by Spanish leader to Cuba in 32 years

Pedro Sanchez on Thursday kicks off the first official visit by a Spanish leader to Cuba in 32 years, as

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Why Nancy Pelosi makes a lot of sense as speaker

A group of House Democrats are trying to stop Nancy Pelosi from becoming speaker next Congress. It's not clear at this point whether they'll be successful.

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Ceasefire puts Qatar's role in Gaza back in spotlight

At the end of a dirt track, an imposing new court complex stands as a symbol of Qatar's investment in

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Wells Fargo fights to leave customers out of auto payout plan

By Patrick Rucker and Imani Moise WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co is fighting to shut some customers

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Democrats see rural gains bolstering fight for White House in 2020

By James Oliphant WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats made dramatic gains in this month's U.S. congressional elections despite getting little love

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Britain's FTSE snaps three-day rout as banks, energy bounce back

LONDON (Reuters) - UK shares rebounded on Wednesday from three-week lows touched a day earlier, led by bank and energy

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Martin O'Neill Agrees to Step Down as Republic of Ireland Manager After 5 Years in Charge

​Martin O'Neill has mutually agreed with the Board of the Football Association Ireland to step down from his role as the manager of the Republic of Ireland. O'Neill has been in charge for five years, after he was appointed on November 5th, 2013, and oversaw 55 games for the Irish team, including memorable wins over Germany and Italy. His management team of Roy Keane, who was his deputy, as well as goalkeeping coach Seamus McDonagh and assistant coach Steve Guppy, have also relinquished their...

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