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'You didn't get fired’: Christie offers new evidence Trump avoids confrontation

Today 13:35 GMT

On the day of the firing of campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Christie says, he visited Trump in his office at Trump Tower to be told: “They fired Corey, you know. I don’t know if it’s the right thing or not.”

According to Christie, Donald Trump tried, not for the first time, to persuade the governor to become his labor secretary.

Source: Common Domain

Brexit Has Meant Lost Rental Income for London Landlords

Today 13:35 GMT

Rental growth in London since the EU referendum in 2016 is at least 2.84% lower than what was projected before the Brexit vote, and landlords have lost out by as much as £1,806 (US$2,327) on average due to falling values, the buy-to-let lender said.

London’s property market, which has been hit harder than any other region since the referendum, saw average annual rental growth fall from 1.26% in June 2016 (the same month as the Brexit vote) to a low of -0.33% in June 2017.

Source: Fox News

Chicago logs first day of 2019 without any reported gun violence

Today 13:35 GMT

President Trump often has singled out Chicago’s high homicide rate, tweeting in 2017: “If Chicago doesn’t fix the horrible ‘carnage’ ... I will send in the Feds!” Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has accused Trump of oversimplifying the problem and potential solutions.

That compared to 660 homicides in 2017 and more than 770 in 2016, which marked a 19-year high that put a national spotlight on Chicago’s persistently high rates of gun violence.

Source: The Guradian

Jayme Closs: suspect warned her 'bad things could happen' if she was found

Tuesday 22:45 GMT

Jake Thomas Patterson appeared in court in Wisconsin on Monday afternoon, accused of two first-degree murders and the kidnapping of a teenage girl, following the dramatic escape of Jayme Closs, 13, last week after her parents were shot dead in October and she was abducted.

Investigators believe he broke into the Closs home near Barron, Wisconsin, on 15 October, killed James and Denise Closs and kidnapped their daughter Jayme.

Source: The Guradian

Ex-Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo acquitted at ICC

Today 11:46 GMT

The court in The Hague acquitted Laurent Gbagbo and his former youth minister of all charges and ordered their immediate release.

The judges ruled that Gbagbo and his then youth minister, Charles Blé Goudé, had no plan to keep Gbagbo in power, and so there was “no need for defence to submit further defence, as the prosecutor has not satisfied the burden of proof”. Eventually, after French troops and the UN intervened, Gbagbo was prised out of the bunker where he was hiding with his wife, Simone.

Source: DW

Guam Catholic Church enters bankruptcy amid sex abuse claims

Today 13:35 GMT

Guam's Archdiocese of Agana has joined 20 other dioceses and religious orders in the US in filing for bankruptcy protection because of civil litigation alleging decades of clergy abuse of children.

Under the bankruptcy, the archdiocese would reorganize and pay the abuse claims while continuing its operations in parishes, schools, cemeteries and a soup kitchen. "It's never enough but we hope that at least we give some amount of justice to these victims," Byrnes said at the briefing.

Source: The Guradian

Freezing weather kills at least 15 displaced children in Syria

Today 13:35 GMT

At least 15 children have died in Syria because of a lack of medical care and inadequate living conditions for displaced people amid freezing temperatures, the UN has said, warning that more deaths are likely to follow.

The freezing winter weather has piled pressure on the already inadequate infrastructure for the estimated 6 million Syrians who have been displaced within the country’s borders over the last eight years of civil war, and for the estimated 4 million living in neighbouring Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.

Source: DW

Trump's wall poses serious threat to endangered widlife

Today 10:50 GMT

Donald Trump's plans for a "big, beautiful wall" on the US-Mexico border to allegedly stop criminals, rapists, terrorists and drugs pose a serious threat to endangered wildlife.

"Trump's border wall will be a deathblow to already endangered animals on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border," began a May 2017 survey by the Center for Biological Diversity titled "A Wall in the Wild." According to Defenders of Wildlife, around 1,500 plant and animal species, including some 60 listed as endangered or vulnerable, are found within the five binational habitat corridors along the southern border.

Source: The Guradian

California storms threaten mudslides in communities hit by fires

Today 13:35 GMT

A year after a mudslide swept through a fire-devastated California town, killing 21 people, residents of hundreds of homes in burn areas were told to pack up and leave as a Pacific storm threatened potential catastrophe.

In Santa Barbara county on the central coast, evacuation orders were set to take effect at 10am Tuesday for areas hit by the Sherpa, Whittier and Thomas fires. The evacuation was later downgraded to voluntary but authorities urged people to stay alert because of continuing rain forecasts.

Source: DW

AfD worker accused of ordering arson attack in Ukraine

Today 13:34 GMT

A parliamentary worker for the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) has been accused of ordering a false flag arson attack in an attempt to discredit Ukraine's government.

One of the accused, named only as Michal P., told the court that the attack, in which Molotov cocktails were used, was ordered by Manuel Ochsenreiter, who works in the office of AfD Bundestag member Markus Frohnmaier. Michal, who is also charged with funding a terrorist organization, told the Krakow court that Ochsenreiter gave him €1,500, plus money for a plane ticket, to find people to carry out the attack.

Source: Fox News

Now on 'Fox Nation': 'Starnes Country' on the Latest Censored Conservatism on Social Media

Tuesday 23:39 GMT

In the latest installment of "Starnes Country" on FOX NATION, Todd Starnes discussed the continued censorship of conservative and Evangelical voices on social media.

Dr. Jerry Johnson, president of National Religious Broadcasters, likened the current state of social media as a telephone company blocking conservatives from making calls or a public utility cutting the power to families of a certain ideology.

Source: The Guradian

Briton among dead in Nairobi hotel complex attack

Today 13:35 GMT

A Briton and an American were among at least 14 people killed in a militant attack on a hotel and office complex in Nairobi on Tuesday, officials have said.

A woman rescued from the hair salon she manages in the dusitD2 complex on Tuesday also survived the Westgate attack, local media reported. Al-Shabaab was responsible for an attack on Nairobi’s Westgate Mall in 2013 that left at least 67 people dead.

Source: The Guradian

Kenyan president says Nairobi attack is over after all militants killed

Today 13:35 GMT

Kenya’s president has said security forces have killed all four militants who stormed a hotel and office complex in Nairobi, in an attack that killed at least 14 people.

Tuesday’s attack came exactly three years after an al-Shabaab attack on a Kenyan military base in El Adde in Somalia, in which about 140 Kenya soldiers were killed.

Source: Common Domain

Royal Caribbean has another gastroenteritis outbreak — and passengers might feel ill when they see what recourse they have

Saturday 15:24 GMT
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The link between alumni donations and college rankings

Thursday 11:46 GMT
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World's tallest Jesus statue coming to Mexico thanks to pro-life actor

Thursday 17:15 GMT
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Australian Open: Andy Murray conjours up magic in first round loss

Monday 19:05 GMT
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The best time to buy things on sale in 2019

Sunday 13:34 GMT
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Finnish radar satellite eyes Anak Krakatau

Thursday 14:29 GMT
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Nuns on the run: Vatican launches athletics team and targets Olympics

Thursday 14:29 GMT
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Kenyan president says Nairobi attack is over after all militants killed

Today 13:35 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Briton among dead in Nairobi hotel complex attack

Today 13:35 GMT
Source: Fox News

Now on 'Fox Nation': 'Starnes Country' on the Latest Censored Conservatism on Social Media

Tuesday 23:39 GMT
Source: DW

AfD worker accused of ordering arson attack in Ukraine

Today 13:34 GMT
Source: The Guradian

California storms threaten mudslides in communities hit by fires

Today 13:35 GMT
Source: DW

Trump's wall poses serious threat to endangered widlife

Today 10:50 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Freezing weather kills at least 15 displaced children in Syria

Today 13:35 GMT

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