• Cold gives way to rain and gales
Cold gives way to rain and gales

Those same forecasters from the Met Office are predicting the weather front will build over the coming day before reaching us around 9am on Wednesday. A weather warning for Storm Diana's arrival in Cumbria has been extended. Wind gusts of 60 miles per hour are expected, while some exposed areas could see gust of 70 miles per hour.

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  • Lion Air crash: Pilots fought automatic safety system before plane plunged
Lion Air crash: Pilots fought automatic safety system before plane plunged

The Boeing 737 MAX was headed for the town of Pangkal Pinang on October 29, 2018, when it crashed just 13 minutes after take-off from Jakarta. However, Nurcahyo Utomo told the BBC: "We haven't found the information in the manual relevant to the new feature to the 737- MAX, related to the feature for the stall prevention system".

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  • In advance of rainstorm, second migrant shelter to open in Tijuana
In advance of rainstorm, second migrant shelter to open in Tijuana

Her children also were checked at a hospital and turned over to immigration authorities . The incident has also prompted Mexico's Foreign Ministry to request the USA conduct an "exhaustive investigation" into its use of tear gas as the two countries struggle to reach a mutually agreed-upon solution to the immigration crisis.

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  • Putin defiant on Ukraine crisis despite Trump summit talks threat
Putin defiant on Ukraine crisis despite Trump summit talks threat

But Mr Klimkin conceded that there was little Ukraine could do apart from appeal for help from the West if Russian Federation made a decision to shut the Strait of Kerch because the country has "limited naval potential". It has raised fears of a wider escalation - in a conflict that has killed more than 10,000 people since 2014 - and prompted wor...

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  • Twitter reacts to gender reveal that started 45,000 acre fire
Twitter reacts to gender reveal that started 45,000 acre fire

The then-off duty Border Patrol agent reported the fire immediately and admitted to being the cause of ignition. "I feel absolutely terrible about it". He also agreed to pay more than $8 million in restitution. When he shot at, and hit, the target, he caused an explosion which ultimately set off a massive forest fire.

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  • Young US Man Caught Raping Minor on Hot PlayStation Mic
Young US Man Caught Raping Minor on Hot PlayStation Mic

It's not clear whether the other gamer on the Playstation network was the one who reported Fabian to police, WFLA reports. When Fabian was finished, he returned to play the video game with the other online gamer. During that time, the witness stated the defendant's microphone was still on and he heard the victim moan and groan. After the inci...

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  • First Lady Decks The White House Halls
First Lady Decks The White House Halls

Volunteers from across the nation helped put up the decorations. Carolyn Kaster/APTopiary trees line the East colonnade during the 2018 Christmas Press Preview at the White House in Washington, Monday, Nov. At last year's media event, Trump in an off-white dress and gold stilettos made a dramatic entrance down the stairs into the White House's Gr...

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  • Russian Federation pounds Syrian rebel areas after ‘toxic gas attack’ injures dozens
Russian Federation pounds Syrian rebel areas after ‘toxic gas attack’ injures dozens

They were the first to hit the area since Moscow and insurgent backer Ankara agreed to set up the demilitarized area around Idlib in September to prevent a massive regime attack to retake the area. "This is purely a lie", he tweeted. State TV later said the gas affected two other areas in the city. Russia's defence spokesman said earlier that...

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  • GOP Senator Who Made ‘Hanging’ Remark Attended ‘Segregated’ Academy
GOP Senator Who Made ‘Hanging’ Remark Attended ‘Segregated’ Academy

President Donald Trump will travel to MS on Monday to attend two rallies for Hyde-Smith, and Mississippi's Republican establishment is trying to push her to victory. Even on trade and tariffs, where Trump's decisions could hurt MS farmers, Hyde-Smith praised the president. The same progressive blogger who published the video later published one i...

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  • Deadliest Wildfire In California History Finally Contained
Deadliest Wildfire In California History Finally Contained

The Camp Fire, a devastating wildfire that decimated the town of Paradise , Calif., and burned a total area of more than 150,000 acres, has been fully contained , officials said Sunday morning. "With the rain we have been experiencing, residents should be aware of potential risks associated to the weather", the Butte County Sheriff's Office ...

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  • United States officials say 69 migrants arrested in clash
United States officials say 69 migrants arrested in clash

It is unclear whether all 39, if any, of those arrested will be deported. Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum, who has said his city is facing a humanitarian crisis, told a local radio station the United States would take up to three months to start processing asylum requests.

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  • Manafort lied after pleading guilty, Mueller's team says
Manafort lied after pleading guilty, Mueller's team says

The brief but remarkable development indicates that not only has the former Trump campaign chairman shared extensive information with Justice Department prosecutors since he began cooperating, but that prosecutors also believe they are able to verify or refute that information.

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  • Winter storm prompts hundreds of flight cancellations at O'Hare, Midway
Winter storm prompts hundreds of flight cancellations at O'Hare, Midway

A blizzard is dumping more than a foot of snow and causing whiteout conditions from Missouri to Chicago and MI. "Make sure that you give yourself plenty of time and if all possible, do not travel if you don't have to", said Alicia Tate-Nadeau, the executive director of the Chicago's Office of Emergency Management and Communications.

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  • Police use tear gas on migrants at U.S. border
Police use tear gas on migrants at U.S. border

USA military and border agents secure the United States-Mexico border at the San Ysidro border crossing south of San Diego, Calif. on November 25. The breakoff group from the migrant caravan were met and stopped by Mexican police; Jonathan Hunt reports from Los Angeles.

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  • Ukrainian tugboat 'rammed' in Black Sea standoff with Russian coast guard
Ukrainian tugboat 'rammed' in Black Sea standoff with Russian coast guard

The Russian Federal Security Service says that it has evidence that Ukraine is responsible for clashes between Russian and Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. Both Russia and Ukraine have the right to use the sea, but after Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, Moscow controls both sides of the strait.

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  • President Trump aims tweet at migrant caravans as holiday break ends
President Trump aims tweet at migrant caravans as holiday break ends

Trump said on Twitter late Saturday that migrants at the border wouldn't be allowed into the USA until their claims were heard in court, a process is usually lengthy. Asylum seekers will be given an initial screening to determine whether they face imminent danger by staying in Mexico, where violence is widespread.

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  • Roger Stone Ally Jerome Corsi Reportedly in Plea Negotiations With Mueller
Roger Stone Ally Jerome Corsi Reportedly in Plea Negotiations With Mueller

Jerome Corsi arrives at the immigration department in Nairobi, Kenya, Oct. 7, 2008. "I guess I'm going to prison for the rest of my life because I dared to oppose the deep state". Capitol in Washington, Sept. 26, 2017. Stone told the Post in October that Corsi met with Trump in 2016 and that Mueller seemed interested in those meetings.

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  • Child injured in gunfire exchange at Alabama shopping mall
Child injured in gunfire exchange at Alabama shopping mall

Police say a fight between two teens, including an 18-year-old, resulted in a gunfire exchange. That individual, an 18-year-old, was then confronted by two Hoover police officers and was shot dead at the scene, the local NBC news affiliate reported.

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  • European Union chief says Brexit text on future ties agreed
European Union chief says Brexit text on future ties agreed

It lays out the structure of the UK's relationship with the European Union once it leaves on March 29 2019. In other obstacles for Mrs May, Spain has raised concerns about the treatment of Gibraltar in the proposed text, while France is understood to be pushing for better rights of access to United Kingdom fishing waters.

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  • Deadly gun attack at Chinese consulate in Karachi
Deadly gun attack at Chinese consulate in Karachi

Karachi Police Chief Amir Shaikh told media that the three attackers came in a auto filled with explosives but failed to get inside the heavily fortified compound. The port city of Karachi is Pakistan's largest city and a financial hub. Following the explosion, rescue teams along with security forces have rushed to the blast site and the injur...

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  • Lawyer: Pres. Trump provides written answers to Mueller questions
Lawyer: Pres. Trump provides written answers to Mueller questions

The responses dealt with events during the presidential campaign and before Trump was sworn into office, but there are still looming questions about how much Trump's legal team addressed events during the presidential transition in its responses, as well as any additional questions from Mueller.

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  • China's Xi says 'deeply touched,' 'impressed' by Duterte during Manila visit
China's Xi says 'deeply touched,' 'impressed' by Duterte during Manila visit

Besides the 10 MOUs produced during Xi's state visit, the first by a Chinese leader since 2005, the other signed documents spanned consultancy, protocol, feasibility study and cooperation agreements. Duterte joked that his daughter is shy, but he believes she would be willing to sing the Chinese song for the visiting Chinese President, and he would...

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  • Judge: Open the Borders; Trump Can't Block Asylum Claims
Judge: Open the Borders; Trump Can't Block Asylum Claims

Trump cited an overwhelmed immigration system for his proclamation that officials will only process asylum claims for migrants who present themselves at an official entry point. Torrez said he fled Nicaragua after someone threw acid at him during a government protest. Tigar voiced concern for the fate of asylum seekers under the changes.

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  • President Trump pardons a turkey
President Trump pardons a turkey

Trump , who was joined by First Lady Melania Trump , joked that Peas defeated Carrots in who got the "real" pardon in a "free and fair" election conducted on the White House website. By then many of their feathered friends back in South Dakota will have become turkey sandwiches. "The victor of this vote was a result of an open and fair elect...

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  • Spain warns it could reject Brexit agreement regarding Gibraltar
Spain warns it could reject Brexit agreement regarding Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo tweeted that Spain's comments, "does little to build mutual confidence and trust going forward" A spokesperson for UK Prime Minister Theresa May said the draft deal covers Gibraltar as well as "the other overseas territories and the crown dependencies".

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