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The Latest: Trump tweets about death of Border Patrol agent

The Latest: Trump tweets about death of Border Patrol agent VAN HORN, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the death of a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent in Texas (all times local):


M7 earthquake triggers tsunami warnings for New Caledonia and Vanuatu

M7 earthquake triggers tsunami warnings for New Caledonia and Vanuatu An undersea earthquake of magnitude 7.0 struck in the South Pacific on Monday, sending small tsunami waves towards New Caledonia and Vanuatu. The quake, initially reported as magnitude 7.3, struck 51 miles east of the Loyalty Islands and was the second major tremor in the same area in less than 24 hours and the third in the past month. Monday's quake struck at 9.43 am local time (2243 Sunday GMT) at a shallow depth of six miles, east of the remote Loyalty Islands, the United States Geological Survey said. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said small tsunami waves were observed in New Caledonia and Vanuatu, but later said the danger had largely passed. Waves may have reached up to one metre (three feet) above the high tide level in parts of New Caledonia and smaller in Vanuatu, the PTWC said. "Minor sea level fluctuations...may continue over the next few hours," a statement from the agency said. "Government agencies responsible for threatened coastal areas should take action to inform and instruct any coastal populations populations at risk," the PTWC said in an alert. Nervous residents reported feeling several tremors throughout the night before the quake hit. "Parked cars were shaking and everyone went outside," one official from Mare in the Loyalty Islands told AFP. "I thought I was going to faint, I was very afraid and I rushed out of my building," said a resident of central Noumea. A Tsunami threat is forecasted to hit the Southern islands and parts of Central islands. Waves of 0.30 meters to 0.5 meters are likely to hit the coastlines of TAFEA, SHEFA and MALAMPA and possibly SANMA provinces. People from these provinces should take precautionary measures.— Dan McGarry (@dailypostdan) November 20, 2017 Wayan Rigault, communications manager at Hotel Nengone Village on the island of Mare, said there was no immediate damage, but guests were on alert for a formal evacuation warning. "We are a little bit scared, we have had an earthquake last night and today it was quite a big one," he said.  Vanuatu's National Disaster Management Office advised people in southern provinces to evacuate coastal areas for higher ground. New Caledonia's civil security agency said it was still compiling data, and was not planning to evacuate immediately. Authorities in Australia and New Zealand said there were no tsunami threats to either of those countries. 


Thousands March On National Mall To Demand Puerto Rico Disaster Relief

Thousands March On National Mall To Demand Puerto Rico Disaster Relief Thousands gathered Sunday on the National Mall in Washington to demand the federal government increase its commitment to disaster relief on hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.


Video Shows New Yorkers Rushing To Free People Trapped Under Scaffolding

Video Shows New Yorkers Rushing To Free People Trapped Under Scaffolding Dozens of New Yorkers jumped into action after a scaffolding collapse in lower Manhattan Sunday morning left several people trapped, but fortunately with only minor injuries.


Kim Davis Denied This Gay Man A Marriage License, And Now He May Run Against Her

Kim Davis Denied This Gay Man A Marriage License, And Now He May Run Against Her Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk whose steadfast opposition to same-sex marriage made her a darling of Christian conservatives, may draw a re-election opponent next year that again puts her in the national spotlight.


Democrats Select Candidate To Replace GOP Congressman Who Resigned Over Abortion

Democrats Select Candidate To Replace GOP Congressman Who Resigned Over Abortion Democrats on Sunday picked Conor Lamb to run for the congressional seat vacated by former Rep. Tim Murphy (R-Pa.), who resigned last month after it was revealed that he’d urged a woman he was having an affair with to have an abortion.


Hidden Camera Shows Dying WWII Veteran's Gasps For Help Were Ignored

Hidden Camera Shows Dying WWII Veteran's Gasps For Help Were Ignored A World War II veteran’s last breaths were among nurses who were secretly filmed laughing and failing to adequately perform CPR or call for help in a timely fashion, a disturbing video shows.


Disturbing video shows dying WWII vet was neglected in nursing home

Disturbing video shows dying WWII vet was neglected in nursing home James Dempsey, 89, of Woodstock, Ga., died in 2014 at the Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center. At first it appeared the decorated veteran of World War II had died of natural causes. And then his family watched the footage on a hidden camera they had put in his room.


Saudi, Bahrain target Iran at Arab League meeting

Saudi, Bahrain target Iran at Arab League meeting Saudi Arabia warned Sunday that it would not stand idly by in the face of Iranian "aggression", as Bahrain said the Iran-backed Hezbollah movement was "in total control" of Lebanon. The foreign ministers of both Gulf states spoke at an extraordinary general meeting of the Arab League at its Cairo headquarters, called by Riyadh. The meeting comes as tensions soar between regional arch-rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran, including over League member Lebanon.


US serviceman arrested for fatal road accident in Okinawa

US serviceman arrested for fatal road accident in Okinawa A US Marine who tested positive for excess alcohol was arrested in Japan's southern island of Okinawa on Sunday after an elderly local man was killed in a road accident, police said. The 20-year-old was held for alleged negligent driving resulting in death, said Kazuhiko Miyagi, a road traffic officer with Okinawa police. The US Marine Corps confirmed the accident in a statement, expressing "sincere condolences" to the family of the dead man and promising full cooperation with the investigation.


Three Major Alabama Newspapers Urge Voters To 'Reject' Roy Moore

Three Major Alabama Newspapers Urge Voters To 'Reject' Roy Moore Three of Alabama’s largest newspapers owned by the same company on Sunday urged voters to “stand for decency” and “reject” Alabama Republican Roy Moore in the state’s Dec. 12 Senate special election.


Kenya's Odinga calls for international help in deadly crisis

Kenya's Odinga calls for international help in deadly crisis NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga called Sunday for "international intervention" in the country's election crisis, saying at least 31 supporters have been killed by police and militia since his return from an overseas trip on Friday.


Mugabe given until noon Monday to quit as President of Zimbabwe

Mugabe given until noon Monday to quit as President of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe's ruling party fired Robert Mugabe as its leader on Sunday and gave the 93-year-old less than 24 hours to quit as head of state or face impeachment, an attempt to force a peaceful end to his 37 years in power after a de facto coup.


Argentina says signals detected, likely from missing submarine

Argentina says signals detected, likely from missing submarine Hopes that 44 crew members of a missing Argentine navy submarine may be found alive rose after the defense ministry said the vessel likely tried to communicate via satellite on Saturday as an international search mission was underway in the stormy South Atlantic.


Putin seeks reflected glory of Russian tsars as he unveils statue in Crimea

Putin seeks reflected glory of Russian tsars as he unveils statue in Crimea Vladimir Putin has unveiled a giant statue of Alexander III in Crimea with a speech drawing parallels between the rule of the conservative tsar and his own 18 years in power.   The decision to commemorate the quiet reign of Alexander III, who was the brother-in-law of Britain's Queen Alexandra, comes after the Kremlin ignored the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution this month.  An announcer on Saturday praised the “ruler who brought peace, glory, development and stability” as Mr Putin stood at attention and an honour guard pulled back an ochre covering from the looming bronze statue, which depicts the burly, bearded emperor sitting with his hands on a sword.  Officials have frequently stressed the “stability” that Mr Putin's presidency brought after the chaotic 1990s.  Mr Putin discusses a bronze relief of Alexander III's ostensible achievements, some of which did not actually occur during the emperor's reign, Internet users pointed out.  Credit: Alexei Druzhinin/TASS via Getty Images The president is also feted for his aggressive foreign policy, including the annexation of Crimea in 2014, which he alluded to in a speech. Mr Putin said that while Alexander III was often called the “peacemaker” because he waged no large-scale wars while leading the empire from 1881-1894, he “gave Russia 13 years of peace not by yielding but by a fair and unwavering firmness”. He added that the emperor had modernised the military and begun construction of the Trans-Siberian railway.  The monument bears a saying popularly attributed to Alexander III and often quoted by Mr Putin: “Russia has only two allies, her army and fleet”.  A work removes an etching mistakenly showing a Nazi weapon on the monument to Mikhail Kalashnikov unveiled in Moscow in September. Credit: Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images But Internet users were quick to mock a bronze relief of the emperor's alleged achievements. It shows the Tretyakov gallery and the historical museum in Moscow, which were founded years before Alexander III took the throne, as well as novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky, who was already dead. The inaccuracies echoed a mistake in a monument to rifle-maker Mikhail Kalashnikov unveiled in Moscow in September: An etching showed the schematics of the StG 44 rifle used by the Nazis.   


Netanyahu to meet France's Macron on Lebanon crisis

Netanyahu to meet France's Macron on Lebanon crisis Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris in early December for talks expected to include developments in Lebanon, Netanyahu's office said on Sunday. In a phone call on Sunday, "President Macron updated Prime Minister Netanyahu with the measures he is taking in the crisis in Lebanon," it said in a Hebrew-language statement.


Hunter mutilated in bear attack has face rebuilt in pioneering surgery 

Hunter mutilated in bear attack has face rebuilt in pioneering surgery  A hunter left disfigured from a near-fatal bear attack has had his face rebuilt after undergoing months of surgeries. Lee Brooke’s nose and moustache were “ripped off” his face during the grizzly attack during a hunting trip in Wyoming in October last year. The 60-year-old told FOX 31 he came across an elk he had shot the day before on his excursion, but quickly realised a bear had already claimed the kill. He turned to leave when the bear suddenly attacked, knocking him unconscious. When he woke he found the aggressive animal standing over him. Mr Brooke recalled the shock of seeing his “nose and moustache laid out on the ground”, adding: “Now I knew what was wrong with my face.” He underwent months of surgeries  Credit: FOX31 Denver (KDVR-TV) He explained: “I felt her sniffing my cheek. I felt her whiskers. “I should’ve bled to death right there. I should’ve at least drowned on my blood.” With blood in his eyes blurring his vision, he managed to reach for a steak knife in his pocket, later joking: “I don’t know that I would have been brave enough to stab her if I could see her. “I had to lean in to stab her in the head. So I was [that] close to her nose.” He spent around an hour alone in the woods before help arrived, recalling: “I said ‘Lord I could do with a little help about now!’” His brother-in-law, George Neal, eventually found him and remembered seeing Lee’s torn-off nose and upper lip on the ground. He grabbed the body parts and stuffed them in Lee's pocket before calling 911. He said the bear “ripped his face right off”. A wild bear (not pictured) attacked him in Wyoming Credit: AP Mr Brooke underwent months of reconstructive surgery at the Swedish Medical Center’s Burn and Reconstructive Unit in Colorado. Dr Benson Pulikkottil and Dr Lily Daniali removed a fibula and a flap of skin from his leg, then used the bone and skin to rebuild his face. Doctors will eventually reconstruct his nose, possibly even using a part of his own nose they managed to preserve. “They were so confident and compassionate and communicated really well back and forth,” said Mr Brooke. “Everybody was phenomenal. They built me up and never let me down. They’re the best of the best.” Woman’s yoga session interrupted by bear licking her neck  


Syrian army, allies take back Albu Kamal from Islamic State

Syrian army, allies take back Albu Kamal from Islamic State The Syrian army and its allies took complete control over Albu Kamal, Islamic State's last significant town in Syria, a military news service run by Hezbollah said on Sunday. The army had declared victory over Islamic State in Albu Kamal earlier this month but the jihadists then staged a counter-attack using sleeper cells hidden in the town.


World Toilet Day

World Toilet Day World Toilet Day is about inspiring action to tackle the global sanitation crisis. Today, 4.5 billion people live without a household toilet that safely disposes of their waste.


Bull gores Argentine tourist to death in India: police

Bull gores Argentine tourist to death in India: police An Argentine man holidaying in India has been gored to death by a bull in the popular tourist city of Jaipur, police said Sunday. The 29-year-old was walking along a street near Jaipur's main market on Saturday afternoon when he was attacked and seriously injured by the animal. The Argentine embassy had been informed of his death, The Press Trust of India reporred.


Lee Harvey Oswald's killer Jack Ruby told FBI informant to 'watch the fireworks' hours before JFK's assasination

Lee Harvey Oswald's killer Jack Ruby told FBI informant to 'watch the fireworks' hours before JFK's assasination Jack Ruby told an FBI informant to “watch the fireworks” on the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated, the latest release of JFK files reveals. Ruby, who went on to shoot and mortally wound Lee Harvey Oswald two days later, made the comments hours before the President was killed in Dallas, Texas. Although the President was assassinated on 22 November 1963, the interaction between Ruby and the FBI informant, identified as Bob Vanderslice, was not officially relayed to the FBI until March 1977.


Don't Be That Person Who Wastes Absurd Amounts Of Food On Thanksgiving

Don't Be That Person Who Wastes Absurd Amounts Of Food On Thanksgiving It’s time to put together your festive Thanksgiving menu ― but this year, try to  cook up a way to make sure that most of it actually gets eaten.


Americans aged 18-34 most likely to oppose assault weapons ban, poll finds

Americans aged 18-34 most likely to oppose assault weapons ban, poll finds The previous national federal ban on assault weapons lapsed more than a decade ago, and Congress has not renewed it. Resistance to a ban on military-style assault weapons is strongest among millennials, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released this week. It’s a finding that experts said might be driven by the popularity of first-person shooter video games such as Call of Duty and the increasing prominence of military-style guns in the consumer market.


Russia Nixes Billionaire Plan to Turn the Tu-160 Bomber into the Ultimate Passenger Jet

Russia Nixes Billionaire Plan to Turn the Tu-160 Bomber into the Ultimate Passenger Jet Rich businessmen around the world want Russia to turn its Tupolev-160 strategic bomber into a private jet. A senior Tupolev executive claims that the aircraft manufacturer has turned down many requests to civilianize its Tu-160 (NATO codename Blackjack), a long-range strategic bomber that resembles America's B-1 Lancer, and its TU-22M3 Backfire bomber.


How North Korea's Rockets (Not Missiles) Could Be a Game Changer in a War

How North Korea's Rockets (Not Missiles) Could Be a Game Changer in a War North Korea’s whirlwind of strategic ballistic missile testing has captured the world’s attention. While alarming, Pyongyang has also made considerable progress on the tactical rocket front, developing precision-guided rockets that can strike targets miles a hundred or more miles south of the demilitarized zone. The Korean People’s Army (KPA) made a considerable investment in field artillery after the Korean War of 1950–53.


Top General Says He Would Reject An 'Illegal' Nuclear Strike Order From Trump

Top General Says He Would Reject An 'Illegal' Nuclear Strike Order From Trump The top nuclear commander in the U.S. said Saturday that he would reject an “illegal” nuclear attack order from President Donald Trump, and would instead steer the commander in chief to other “options.”


The FAA Can't Stop People From Throwing Live Turkeys Out Of Planes

The FAA Can't Stop People From Throwing Live Turkeys Out Of Planes The Federal Aviation Administration has found no violations with an infamous Arkansas event that involves dropping live turkeys from a plane ― but that may be because no one ever thought they’d need a rule about that.


Alt-right free speech event in Boston met with counterprotest

Alt-right free speech event in Boston met with counterprotest A few dozen free speech advocates rallied peacefully Saturday on Boston Common but just like last summer's event, they were outnumbered by counterprotesters.


Man Accidentally Shoots Self, Wife During Gun Safety Discussion

Man Accidentally Shoots Self, Wife During Gun Safety Discussion A Tennessee man accidentally shot himself and his wife Thursday during a discussion at their church about gun safety concerns.


Moore critic: Alabama Senate race a battle for nation's soul

Moore critic: Alabama Senate race a battle for nation's soul BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A leading figure among religious liberals says the candidacy of Republican Roy Moore for U.S. Senate is a struggle for the "soul of the nation."


Family Sues After Death of Boy, 5, Who Was Crushed at Rotating Restaurant

Family Sues After Death of Boy, 5, Who Was Crushed at Rotating Restaurant He died shortly after at the hospital.


Greg Gianforte misled police after assault of Guardian journalist, incident report shows

Greg Gianforte misled police after assault of Guardian journalist, incident report shows Greg Gianforte pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and was sentenced to community service, anger management classes and a $385 fine. US congressman Greg Gianforte misled police after his assault of Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs in May, falsely stating that Jacobs had initiated physical contact and that the “liberal media … is trying to make a story”, according to the police incident report.


Turkey prosecutors open probe of former, acting US attorneys

Turkey prosecutors open probe of former, acting US attorneys ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish prosecutors launched an investigation Saturday of two United States prosecutors involved in putting a Turkish-Iranian businessman on trial for allegedly violating U.S. sanctions against Iran, according to Turkey's official news agency.


13 times nature was scary AF in 2017

13 times nature was scary AF in 2017 Never underestimate the power of nature — it continues to be filled with the most alarming creepy crawlers in the world. Every year it seems like there's no escaping from what nature has to offer. There were 13 times (and definitely more) of nature not holding back from being absolutely terrifying. SEE ALSO: Here are some of the most stunning nature photographs of 2017 There's no where to run from slithering snakes in gas pumps and bears breaking into your homes.  1. When spider crabs ripped the crap out of an octopus They didn't even have one small ounce of remorse.  2. This python attacking a hyena twice its size Never underestimate the little guy...even if it's 25 feet long and weighs 200 pounds.  3. A crocodile's attempt at ripping off an elephant's trunk This scene is nothing like The Lion King. 4. The time this giant fish savagely flipped a fisherman's boat over Hey Florida, you can keep your humongous sea monsters. Thanks.   5. A spider LIVING IN A WOMAN'S EAR. NO. BIG. DEAL.  Nope. No, thank you. 6. This bobcat picking a fight with a guy and his dog  No chill whatsoever. 7. A snake's failed attack on a motorcyclist So much for minding your business on the road. 8. The moment locusts invaded an area in southern Russia Who needs to go outside anyways?  9. When a crocodile dragged a cow through the water ... casually, of course Lalalalalalalala nothing to see here. 10. That time a snake hid inside a gas pump Forget putting gas in your car anymore. 11. This spider wasted no time capturing a toad in his web  Spider showed the toad no mercy.  12. When a carpet python slithered his way into a hotel bathroom skylight Who needs to use the bathroom anyway? 13. This bear making his way into a Colorado resident's garage Just throw the whole garage away.  It goes to show that nowhere is safe anymore. 2017 you've been the scariest yet. There's no way next year can top this.  Image: giphy WATCH: 2 ways you can catch a parasite in the US


Animal Welfare Groups Slam Proposal To Speed Up Poultry Plant Lines

Animal Welfare Groups Slam Proposal To Speed Up Poultry Plant Lines Animal welfare advocates are joining worker rights and food safety groups in opposition to a poultry industry proposal to speed up portions of processing lines at chicken plants.


Manhunt for Rookie Police Officer's Killer Continues After Traffic Stop Shooting

Manhunt for Rookie Police Officer's Killer Continues After Traffic Stop Shooting Officer Brian Shaw, 25, was shot after a traffic stop


Republican congressman Greg Gianforte ‘misled authorities’ on assault against reporter

Republican congressman Greg Gianforte ‘misled authorities’ on assault against reporter Greg Gianforte told an officer that Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs had grabbed him by the wrist and pulled him to the floor of his campaign office after “interrogating” him, according to notes from a Gallatin County sheriff’s officer who interviewed the politician after the incident unfolded. “He grabbed my wrist, he spun and we ended up on the floor ... so he pulled me down on top of him,” the sergeant quoted the politician as saying.


After Macron meeting, Hariri says will clarify position in Lebanon

After Macron meeting, Hariri says will clarify position in Lebanon By John Irish and Marine Pennetier PARIS (Reuters) - Saad al-Hariri, who resigned as Lebanon's prime minister this month while in Saudi Arabia, said on Saturday he would clarify his position when he returns to Beirut next week. Hariri's resignation on Nov. 4 threw Lebanon into political crisis and put it centre-stage in the Middle East's overarching rivalry between Sunni Saudi Arabia and its allies and a bloc led by Shi'ite Iran. "With regard to the political situation in Lebanon, I will go to Beirut in the coming days, I will participate in the independence celebrations, and it is there that I will make known my position on these subjects after meeting President (Michel) Aoun," Hariri said after holding talks with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris.


Sri Lanka arrests 19 after Buddhist-Muslim violence; four injured

Sri Lanka arrests 19 after Buddhist-Muslim violence; four injured By Shihar Aneez COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lankan police arrested 19 people after a clash between "extremists" from the majority Buddhist and minority Muslim communities in which four people were injured, a spokesman said on Saturday. Tension has been growing between the two communities this year, with some hardline Buddhist groups accusing Muslims of forcing people to convert to Islam and vandalizing Buddhist archaeological sites. Some Buddhists nationalists have also protested against the presence in Sri Lanka of asylum seekers from mostly Buddhist Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority.


Palestinian Official: U.S. Threat to Close Washington Office Is 'Extortion'

Palestinian Official: U.S. Threat to Close Washington Office Is 'Extortion' The Trump administration's threat aims to spark peace talks with Israel