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Saturday, November 25, 2017

German president to hold joint talks with Merkel

| By International Desk
Germany's center-left Social Democrats say they are open to talks with other parties to try to end the stalemate, after Chancellor Angela Merkel failed to form a coalition government.SPD
German president to hold joint talks with Merkel

May to broaden Brexit talks amid deadlock

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British Prime Minister Theresa May stepped up her lobbying efforts Friday to broaden Brexit negotiations with the European Union to include future relations and trade, as the talks remained
May to broaden Brexit talks amid deadlock

Pistorius jail term more than doubled

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A South African court has increased Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius's jail sentence for killing his girlfriend to 13 years and five months.Prosecutors had argued that the six-year
Pistorius jail term more than doubled

Pamplona festival gang rape case angers Spain

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Spaniards have adopted the slogan to support the victim of an alleged gang rape at the Pamplona bull-running festival, a case that has shocked the country just as the

Jumblatt criticizes Saudi over Hariri

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Top Lebanese Druze politician Walid Jumblatt on Friday criticized the way Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri had been treated by "some Saudi circles", the first time he has appeared to

US ends search for sailors air crash

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The US Navy on Friday called off its search for three American sailors missing since their plane crashed in the Philippine Sea.A C-2A Greyhound aircraft with 11 people on

US ends search for sailors after Philippine Sea air crash

| By Asian Age Online
The US Navy on Friday called off its search for three American sailors missing since their plane crashed
US ends search for sailors after Philippine Sea air crash

'Explosion' dashes sub crew survival hopes

| By Asian Age Online
Hopes that the 44 crew of a missing Argentine submarine might still be alive have been dashed after the navy said an event consistent
'Explosion' dashes sub crew survival hopes

Pope faces diplomatic dilemma in Myanmar visit

| By Asian Age Online
Pope Francis visits Myanmar next week, a delicate trip for the world’s most senior Christian to a majority Buddhist country accused by Washington of
Pope faces diplomatic dilemma in Myanmar visit

Zimbabwe's new leader to be sworn in

| By Asian Age Online
Emmerson Mnangagwa is to be sworn in as Zimbabwe's president, following the dramatic departure of Robert Mugabe after 37 years of authoritarian rule.
Zimbabwe's new leader to be sworn in

Asylum seekers removed from Manus centre

| By Asian Age Online
Asylum seekers who refused to leave a former Australian-run detention centre in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have been moved to new housing after a
Asylum seekers removed from Manus centre

British urged to map out post-Brexit future

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Britain needs to set out plans to make sure its lawyers can keep working across Europe after Brexit, a lobby group said on Thursday. TheCityUK said Britain's withdrawal
British urged to map out post-Brexit future

San Francisco accepts 'comfort women' statue

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San Francisco has officially accepted a statue representing the "comfort women" forced to work as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during World War Two. The work depicts three
San Francisco accepts  'comfort women' statue

Polar bears crowd on Russian island in sign of Arctic change

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A boatload of tourists in the far eastern Russian Arctic thought they were seeing clumps of ice on the shore, before the jaw-dropping realization that some 200 polar
Polar bears crowd on Russian island in sign of Arctic change

World's 1st 'space nation' takes flight

| By International Desk
Space nation, Asgardia, has launched its first satellite a year after Russian billionaire Dr Igor Ashurbeyli proposed the plans, reports Express.co.uk.More than 500,000 people applied to
World's 1st 'space nation' takes flight

US climber dies scaling Mexico's highest summit

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A US mountaineer died while climbing Mexico's highest summit - the inactive Citlaltepetl volcano - with bad weather hampering efforts to recover his body, official sources said Wednesda.

PNG police removing refugees from Australia camp

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Papua New Guinea police raided a shuttered Australian detention camp Thursday, removing dozens of refugees in an effort to end a stand-off that has drawn global attention to

Tillerson accused of violating law

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US State Department officials have accused Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of violating federal law by excluding Myanmar, Iraq and Afghanistan from an annual list of countries that

70 people rescued in UK floods

| By International Desk
More than 70 people and 20 horses had to be rescued from floods in Lancashire as bad weather hit the UK.Emergency crews received up to 500 calls with

American former North Korea detainee found burned to death

| By Asian Age Online
Detectives in San Diego are investigating the mystery death of a man who hit the headlines in 2010
American former North Korea detainee found burned to death

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