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Thousands of anti-Trump protests take to streets of U.S. cities

Demonstrators marched in cities across the United States on Wednesday to protest against Republican Donald Trumps surprise presidential election win, blasting his controversial campaign rhetoric about immigrants, Muslims and other groups. In New York, thousands of protesters filled streets in midtown Manhattan as they made their way to Trump Tower, Trumps gilded home on Fifth Avenue. Hundreds o...


Anti-Trump demonstrators set fires, break windows in California

Protests against Donald Trump broke out in Californias Bay Area late on Tuesday after the Republican candidate won the U.S. presidential election, a Reuters witness and local media reported. Demonstrators set fire to a likeness of Trump, smashed store front windows and set garbage and tires on fire in downtown Oakland, across the bay from San Francisco. A few miles away, University of Californi...


India withdraws 500, 1000 rupee notes in graft fight

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes would be withdrawn from circulation at midnight, saying it was part of a crackdown on rampant corruption and counterfeit currency. The surprise step appears designed to bring billions of dollars worth of cash in unaccounted wealth into the mainstream economy, as well as hit the finances of Islamist mili...


Trump, Clinton wage tight battles in Ohio, Florida and elsewhere

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton waged a tight battle in several crucial battleground states on Tuesday in their bitter race for the White House, although opinion polls showed Clinton had an edge in the closing hours of the campaign. With voting completed in more than half of the 50 U.S. states, the race was too close to call in Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, N...


Election Day: Americans choose between Clinton and Trump
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Election Day: Americans choose between Clinton and Trump

After nearly two years of bitterness and rancor, America will elect its 45th president Tuesday, making Hillary Clinton the nations first female commander in chief or choosing billionaire businessman Donald Trump, whose volatile campaign has upended U.S. politics. The winner will inherit an anxious nation, angry and distrustful of leaders in Washington. Theyll preside over an economy that is imp...


Prince Harry's office condemns media coverage of girlfriend

Prince Harrys office has confirmed that American actress Meghan Markle is his girlfriend, issuing a strongly worded statement accusing the media of harassing her. In the highly unusual statement, Harry says he is worried about her safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her. The relationship between Harry and Markle had been the subject of media rumors and gos...


Unique race nears finish line

Laura Lawson, the phone bank captain at the Alexandria office of Democratic Party in Virginia, was busy throughout Saturday in training the volunteers coming at her office in the last minute to support their candidate Hillary Clinton. Around four dozen volunteers were continuously making phone calls and asking people about their plans for the Election Day, November 8, Tuesday. They were also s...


India's capital grapples with toxic winter air pollution

Even for a city considered one of the worlds most polluted, the Indian capital hit a new low this past week. Air so dirty you can taste and smell it; a gray haze that makes a gentle stroll a serious health hazard. According to one advocacy group, government data shows that the smog that enveloped New Delhi was the worst in the last 17 years. The concentration of PM2.5, tiny particulate pollu...


British govt positive to discuss demands of ex-Gurkha soldiers

The British government has agreed to sit for a trilateral meeting regarding the demands of the retired Nepali Gurkha soldiers. The British government turned positive toward the proposal of Nepal government to take the issue to a logical conclusion. According to Nepali Embassy in London, the British government has requested Nepali Ambassador to UK, Durga Bahadur Subedi to facilitate the talks. ...


U.S. authorities warn of al Qaeda threat to election
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U.S. authorities warn of al Qaeda threat to election

Federal officials have warned authorities in New York City, Texas and Virginia about an unspecific threat of attacks by al Qaeda militants around Election Day, putting local law enforcement on alert days before the vote, officials said on Friday. A U.S. government source in Washington said some federal agencies sent bulletins to local and state officials flagging the information but that the th...


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