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As France mourns, it also looks ahead to major climate conference
PARIS — As France bowed its head in official mourning Friday for 130 people killed by terrorists, it also braced for the challenge of hosting nearly 150 world leaders who will begin arriving this weekend for a critical global summit on the environment.
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Turkey's Erdogan warns Russia not to 'play with fire'
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Gunman kills officer, two others at Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado
A suspect is in police custody following an hours-long shooting standoff at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, where at least one police officer and two civilians were killed Friday. “The perpetrator is in custody,” Mayor John Suthers ...
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Pirates attack Polish ship off Nigerian coast, kidnap five
WARSAW Pirates attacked a Polish-owned cargo vessel off the Nigerian coast and kidnapped its captain and four crew, Polish authorities said, in the first documented incident of its kind in almost year in some of the deadliest shipping lanes on earth.
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Man Who May Have Sold Guns to Paris Attackers Arrested in Germany
A 34-year-old-man has been arrested on suspicion of arms dealing on Tuesday in the southern city of Stuttgart, Germany, say prosecutors. They however did not confirm a report by the German newspaper Bild that he may have supplied four guns to the ...
German police arrest suspected arms dealer
Man arrested in Germany on suspicion of illegal arm dealing in terror crackdown
Speculation about origin of AKs used in Paris attacks
Fabius Says Everyone Now Agreed on Crushing Islamic State
All the major powers are now agreed that crushing the Islamic State is the priority in Syria, and Russia will avoid air strikes against moderate Syrian rebel groups, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said. France and Russia will work out a map of ...
Strikes on IS city, focus of international campaign, kill 8
France: Assad's troops could help fight ISIS
France's Fabius backtracks after suggesting working with Syrian army
Syria air strikes: Issue 'above party politics', says McDonnell
MPs should be able to follow their "own judgement" on possible air strikes over Syria, the shadow chancellor has said. About a possible Commons vote to decide the issue, John McDonnell said: "There are some issues like going to war that should be above ...
Labour's rift over Syria risks turning into a battle for the party's soul
British Labour MPs in secret bid to oust Jeremy Corbyn
See Queen Elizabeth Enjoying Life on Malta in Early Years of Marriage
With a broad smile and in the arms of her naval officer husband Prince Philip, the then Princess Elizabeth was having the time of her (married) life. Dancing together at the Union Club Sliema, Malta on a night in December 1950, Elizabeth, 24, looked ...
CHOGM: Patricia Scotland is first Commonwealth secretary-general
Sharif, Cameron to work together for security, prosperity
Malcolm Turnbull asks Commonwealth leaders to send climate change signal
In Uganda, Pope Francis reiterates call for peace
KAMPALA, Uganda — Pope Francis arrived in Uganda on Friday on the second leg of his African pilgrimage, declaring Africa the “continent of hope” and reiterating his call for the people of the continent to look past their differences in the pursuit of ...
In Uganda, pope honors Christian martyrs, meets youth
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Bye Bye Kenya
North Korea's Crackdown on Long Hair Isn't Just a Rumor
Back in 2014, we heard several reports about a North Korea law that required all men to rock the same god-awful haircut as their supreme leader. Though reputable news outlets insisted the reports were highly unlikely, several North Koreans have now ...
Former South Korean President dies
South Korea Trains Student Hackers to Fight Kim's Cyber Elite
How Kim Jong-un is Liberating North Korea