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Melania Trump public opinion poll results SOAR – but is she ahead of Donald?

Melania Trump, 47, and Donald Trump, 71, have been First Lady and President of the USA for nearly a year. Now a new opinion poll has revealed how the couple are faring the eyes of the American public. Since moving into the The White House in June, Melania has been busy accompanying her husband on foreign tours and hosting events in Washington. Famed for her glamorous style, she has become one of the most photographed women in the world. And it seems her approach is working, as she has seen…

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Rohingya refugees tell harrowing tales of rape

Aerlyn Pfeil knows about rape. She’s worked with victims of sexual violence in South Sudan, Somalia and Papua New Guinea. But Pfeil has never seen anything like the sexual abuse victims in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. “I’ve never had a population talk so freely about the assault that they were experiencing,” said Pfeil, a midwife who is on the board of Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders-USA. Rohingya refugees wait for cooked food to be distributed at Tengkhali camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Damir Sagolj / Reuters file “I…

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Trump lawyer accuses Mueller of improperly obtaining transition emails

A top lawyer for President Donald Trump’s transition team has accused a government agency of unlawfully turning over thousands of emails to Special Counsel Robert Mueller as part of his probe into Russia’s election meddling and potential collusion with the Trump campaign. Kory Langhofer, general counsel to the transition team known as Trump for America (TFA), wrote a letter to the House Oversight Committee and Senate Homeland Security Committee Saturday detailing claims that Mueller’s team had improperly received emails sent and received by Trump officials before the start of his…

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North Korea mocks ‘old LUNATIC Trump’ in fiery USA nuclear WAR threat

North Korea said America was “frightened” by despot Kim Jong-un and warned them to back off or face “destruction”.  A statement published in a Pyongyang-based newspaper hit out at Donald Trump, who has adopted a hard-line stance during this year’s nuclear crisis.  The opinion piece in Minju Chosen, one of North Korea’s several propaganda rags, told Mr Trump to temper his policy with the hermit state.  The piece claimed America was terrified after a series of North Korea missile tests this year, the most recent of which used Kim’s most…

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WATCH: US nuclear tests show what END OF THE WORLD could look like if WW3 broke out

GETTY Between 1945 and 1962 the US conducted more than 1,054 nuclear arms tests [embedded content] Between 1945 and 1962 the US conducted more than 1,054 nuclear arms tests. Around 210 of these blasts were atmospheric nuclear tests over remote sites in New Mexico, Nevada, and both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. At least 10,000 recordings were captured, however, over time some of these have been left to slowly decay in high-security vaults. Dr Gregg Spriggs and his team of researchers have spent five years restoring 6,500 videos in an…

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Alyssa Milano’s activism started way before #MeToo and Doug Jones

Alyssa Milano is no stranger to stardom. But in the last couple of months, the actress and activist has received attention for being a driver of change — literally, this week, as she chauffeured voters to the polls in Alabama’s special Senate election. Her recent moment began with her response to the sexual misconduct allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein: In October, Milano sent a tweet that turned the hashtag #MeToo into a rallying cry against sexual assault and harassment. This month, Milano and the creator of the original Me…

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North Korea’s latest missile INCAPABLE of reaching USA, Defence Secretary declares

Last month Kim Jong-un boasted his nation was now a full nuclear force after “successfully” testing a new type of ICBM that could reach “all the US mainland”. However, various experts and US officials have been divided over the ICBM’s capability, with some claiming data from November 29 launch could support the dictator’s warmongering declaration. Now ongoing analysis from the US has revealed it may not be an imminent threat to the US. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said that while analysis continued on North Korea’s most recent missile test,he did…

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‘USA is TERRIFIED of our power!’ North Korea ambassador hails Pyongyang’s nuke program

And they added that North Korea was “a responsible nuclear power, a peace-loving state,” and “will sincerely fulfil non-proliferation obligation”. He also claimed Pyongyang has developed an “absolutely perfect system” to prevent the illegal transfer of nuclear weapons and technology. North Korea has accelerated the pace of its missile program, launching 40 ballistic missiles and conducting three nuclear tests over the past two years. And today the hermit state ignored a US call for a cessation of weapons testing to allow for talks with Pyongyang on its nuclear program as he…

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Science 

Massive Great White Shark, Mary Lee, Tracked For Five Years, Goes Silent

In September 2012, researchers put a tracking device on a 3,456-pound great white shark and named her Mary Lee. Now, after five years of tracking, the signal has gone silent. No one has heard from the animal in six months. Has the 50-year-old shark bit the dust? Probably not, says Chris Fischer, who leads ocean research expeditions and was part of the team that caught and tagged her. “She’s fine,” Fischer tweeted. “Just batteries done in her tag. She’s been amazing for sharks, science and the future. Now time to…

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REVEALED: The Christmas traditions that are in DANGER of disappearing

Instead, we are whole-heartedly embracing Christmas customs from around the world, such as stocking up on Stollen and Gluhwein at a local Christmas market and serving Italian Panettone to family and friends.  Research by family history website AncestryDNA shows that the ‘traditional’ British Christmas is increasingly diverse, with nearly a quarter of people also saying they won’t be tuning in to watch the Queen’s 60th televised Christmas speech this year either. The study reveals Brits have gone cold on age-old celebrations with the festive traditions most at risk of disappearing,…

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