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South Korea to have an impeachment vote in 72 hours

South Korea to have an impeachment vote in 72 hours

Lawmakers and members of opposition parties hold cards during a rally demanding the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye at the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea , Wednesday, Dec. According to reports, there may be enough Saenuri dissenters who would vote for it. Park said this week that she would accept the vote's outcome. Choi is the daughter of a man who ran a little-known religious sect and founded an anti-communist group that Park helped run.



Explosions Rock Istanbul Soccer Stadium, Leaving Multiple Wounded

Many Turkish riot police have been seriously injured in the blast, according to a Reuters witness. "I was drinking tea at the cafe next to the mosque", said Omer Yilmiz, who works as a cleaner at the nearby Dolmabahce mosque, told Reuters .


Solomon Islands scrambles to reach areas hit by second major quake

Solomon Islands scrambles to reach areas hit by second major quake

General Secretary of the Solomon Islands Red Cross Joanne Zoleveke said the supply boat could take nearly 24 hours to reach Makira Island, which lies close to the epicentre of Friday's deeper 7.8 magnitude quake. 9, 2016. It comes a day after a major 7.7-magnitude quake struck off the archipelago, triggering severe shaking and a tsunami warning, but there were no reports of any serious damage.


Northwoods Counties Ending Recount: Little Has Changed

Northwoods Counties Ending Recount: Little Has Changed

As of the end of the day Tuesday, Clinton had added 492 votes to her total and Trump had added 410 votes, the Elections Commission said . That request was the beginning of a frantic week of legal battles as county clerks rallied staff and resources to undertake the recount.


Obama: I absolutely faced racism while in office

Obama: I absolutely faced racism while in office

In an interview aired Wednesday on CNN , President Obama described how he thinks people may view him differently than other presidents because of his race. "Within half a mile of where Obama and Michelle are dancing and celebrating their great victory, his Republican opponents are wining and dining and plotting his downfall", says The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza, adding that " 15 of the most powerful Republicans in Washington made a pact that night " to undermine Mr.


Obama Orders Review Of Election Hacking

Obama Orders Review Of Election Hacking

The newspaper cited officials briefed on the matter as saying that individuals with connections to Moscow provided anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks with emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign chief and others.