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American Is Killed by Bow and Arrow on Remote Indian Island
New York Times NEW DELHI — John Allen Chau had dreamed of returning to the Andaman Islands. Mr. Chau, an American thought to be in his 20s, was fulfilling that dream last week when he set off by kayak for a remote island inhabited by a tribe whose members have... ---

Khashoggi murder: Calls to remove Saudi crown prince 'a red line'
In a BBC interview, the Saudi FM puts up a robust defence of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Russia snubbed as Interpol elects South Korean as president
International police agency Interpol has elected its acting head South Korean Kim Jong Yang as its new president, a statement on its official Twitter account says.

House Dems eagerly planning series of investigations on Ivanka emails, ObamaCare, Sessions
With weeks to go before the new Congress is seated, House Democrats have already eagerly announced plans to begin a spate of investigations into the Trump administration on a variety of topics -- including some executive decisions that followed precedent set by former President Barack Obama.

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U.S. setting up 'observation posts' along Turkey-Syria border
The United States is setting up "observation posts" along parts of the border between Turkey and Syria to help keep the focus on defeating Islamic State militants in Syria, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Wednesday.

This big-hearted Flint resident helps many feel blessed at Thanksgiving
This big-hearted Flint resident helps many feel blessed at ThanksgivingChia Morgan vividly recalls the fall 2009 dream – one she firmly believes was a message from God – that inspired her to organize her first Thanksgiving dinner for needy city residents with just two months’ notice. “I was feeding kids and their families a Thanksgiving meal, and it felt amazing,” says Ms. Morgan, whose dinner, now an annual event, is called Blessed to be a Blessing. “But the only food I distinctly remember is the mashed potatoes – and I don’t even like mashed potatoes,” she says with a laugh as she bought last-minute door prizes Sunday night at a local Walmart.