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Kerry announces Yemen cease-fire but govt objects

Speaking from Abu Dhabi following talks with Houthi negotiators in Oman the day before, it appears his mission to bring the two sides together had not been completely successful. A ceasefire that began in April lasted until the end of August when UN-sponsored peace talks in Kuwait ended in disagreement. "A pro-government fighter was killed and three others were injured in the confrontations", the statement said.



Veterans Day Parade in City of Columbia Friday

According to the veterans serving in the military creates brothers and sisters in arms you can count on. "I want to inspire them to ask some questions". Those who have participated in combat, however, will be forever connected, he added. "(The veterans) are a shining example for these kids", he said.


Ben Carson Won't Serve in Trump Cabinet

Ben Carson Won't Serve in Trump Cabinet

Carson said he was offered positions but did not "want to go into the details". But Williams told Politico the retired neurosurgeon believes he can better serve the president-elect as an outside adviser, given his lack of government experience.


Pakistan expels Turkish staff from schools said linked with Erdogan foe

Pakistan expels Turkish staff from schools said linked with Erdogan foe

It added that the staff were asked to leave because of "non-approval of their requests for extension of visa". The sources said that now there are 23 Pak-Turk International Schools and Colleges in Pakistan, where 108 Turkish citizens are working as teachers and in other capacities.


Activist pushed by OSU student calls charges unnecessary

Activist pushed by OSU student calls charges unnecessary

While Adams struggled to get up, the video appeared to show another protester emerge from the crowd and attack Stanton before other students and authorities intervened. As they leave, the crowd of protesters can be heard chanting, "Shame, shame". "We can't be having this". OSU 2014 graduate Tim Adams was speaking at the rally on OSU's campus when the next thing he knew he was on the ground.



'Making a Murderer' nephew must say Tuesday where he'll live

On Monday, a federal judge ruled that the Making A Murderer subject will be released from prison while prosecutors appeal his overturned conviction. On Monday, the judge granted that petition, allowing Dassey to be released. Brendan needs to provide his intended address upon release by midday on Tuesday.