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367. Saudi security forces kill two "terrorists" after Dammam city shooting: TV
Saudi security forces killed two "terrorists" on Wednesday after a shooting in a residential neighborhood in the eastern city of Dammam, state television al-Ekhbariya reported.
10:14 25.12.2019
366. Brazilian comedy group hit by Molotov cocktails after film on 'gay Jesus'
Molotov cocktails were thrown at the headquarters of Brazilian comedy group Porta dos Fundos in Rio de Janeiro on Christmas Eve, weeks after it launched a film on Netflix depicting Jesus as gay.
10:13 25.12.2019
365. Brazil's Bolsonaro says he had partial memory loss after a fall this week
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday night that he briefly lost his memory after falling at his presidential residence in Brasilia, the capital, earlier this week.
09:54 25.12.2019
364. Britain's Prince Andrew skips Christmas Day walk, attends earlier service
Britain"s Prince Andrew avoided the limelight on Christmas Day by skipping the royal family"s traditional mid-morning walk to church and attending an earlier service with other relatives.
09:53 25.12.2019
363. Turkey-Libya maritime deal rattles East Mediterranean
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan paid a surprise visit to Tunisia on Wednesday to discuss cooperation for a possible ceasefire in neighboring Libya, where Ankara supports the internationally recognized government.
09:42 25.12.2019
362. Turkey's Erdogan discusses Libya ceasefire during surprise Tunisia trip
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan paid a surprise visit to Tunisia on Wednesday to discuss cooperation for a possible ceasefire in neighboring Libya, where Ankara supports the internationally recognized government.
09:42 25.12.2019
361. Exclusive: Malware broker behind U.S. hacks is now teaching computer skills in China
A Chinese malware broker who was sentenced in the United States this year for dealing in malicious software linked to major hacks is back at his old workplace: teaching high-school computer courses, including one on internet security.
09:16 25.12.2019
360. Anti-Kremlin activist forcibly conscripted to Arctic was kidnapped, say allies
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny said on Wednesday that the forcible military conscription of one of his allies to a remote air base in the Arctic amounted to kidnapping and illegal imprisonment.
08:14 25.12.2019
359. 'It doesn't matter if it's Christmas': Hong Kong pro-democracy activists keep up protests
Hong Kong anti-government protesters marched through Christmas-decorated shopping centers on Wednesday, chanting pro-democracy slogans and forcing one mall to close early, as police fired tear gas to disperse crowds gathering on nearby streets.
08:09 25.12.2019
358. Iran starts internet shutdown ahead of possible new protests: report
Iranian authorities have shut down mobile internet access to overseas sites in several provinces, an Iranian news agency reported on Wednesday, a day before new protests called for on social media.
07:09 25.12.2019
357. Japan's Abe tells China no improvement in ties without stability in East China Sea
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday told Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that there would be no true improvement in bilateral relations without stability in the East China Sea, Japan"s foreign ministry said.
06:47 25.12.2019
356. Pope defends migrants, calls for peace in Christmas message
Pope Francis urged the world to let the light of Christmas pierce the "darkness in human hearts" that leads to religious persecution, social injustice, armed conflicts and fear of migrants.
06:46 25.12.2019
355. Thousands mourn Algerian army chief
Thousands of Algerians gathered on Wednesday for the funeral procession of the country"s powerful army chief, who fought for independence from France as a young man and this year became the country"s de facto leader.
06:42 25.12.2019
354. Australian firefighters spend Christmas Day containing blazes; temperatures to soar
Australian firefighters used cooler conditions on Christmas Day to try and contain bushfires ahead of hot, dry weather later in the week, as leaders and communities thanked them for sacrificing time with their families over the holidays.
06:28 25.12.2019
353. 27 local peace activists abducted in western Afghanistan
Taliban militants have kidnapped 27 peace activists from a highway in Afghanistan"s western Farah province, local officials and peace activists said on Wednesday.
06:03 25.12.2019
352. Japan ruling party lawmaker arrested on casino bribery suspicion: prosecutors
Japanese authorities arrested ruling party lawmaker Tsukasa Akimoto on Wednesday on suspicion of accepting bribes from a company interested in setting up a casino in Japan, Tokyo prosecutors said.
05:44 25.12.2019
351. Thai court to decide on dissolution of opposition party in January
Thailand"s Constitutional Court said on Wednesday that it would rule on the dissolution of the opposition Future Forward Party on Jan. 21 following a complaint that its actions were seditious and that it plans to overthrow the constitutional monarchy.
05:07 25.12.2019
350. Prosecutors search office of Japan MP in connection with bribery probe
Japanese prosecutors on Wednesday searched the office of ruling Liberal Democratic Party lawmaker Takaki Shirasuka as part of a bribery investigation that saw another politician arrested earlier in the day, media said.
05:04 25.12.2019
349. Military jet crashes in northwest Iran, killing two pilots: agency
An Iranian MiG fighter jet crashed in the northwest of the country on Wednesday, killing both pilots, the semi-official ILNA news agency reported.
04:32 25.12.2019
348. Pope, religious leaders, send South Sudan rivals Christmas peace appeal
Pope Francis and two other religious leaders sent out an extraordinary Christmas appeal on Wednesday to the leaders of South Sudan to keep their promise to form at least a transitional unity government early next year.
04:13 25.12.2019
347. Hong Kong protest tide turns into sea of flames
Chinese-ruled Hong Kong introduced a bill into the legislature in February that would have allowed the extradition of defendants to mainland China for the first time to face trial in courts controlled by the Communist Party.
13:06 23.12.2019
346. French union workers vote to halt production at key oil facility
French union workers voted on Monday to halt production at a key oil facility that supplies Paris and its surrounding region, adding momentum to a nationwide strike against government pension reforms.
13:01 23.12.2019
345. Saudi sentences five to death, three to jail over Khashoggi murder
Saudi Arabia on Monday sentenced five people to death and three more to jail over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year and said the killing was not premeditated, a verdict criticized by a U.N. investigator as a "mockery" of justice.
12:55 23.12.2019
344. Tunisian PM-designate says to form government of 'independents'
Tunisia"s prime minister-designate Habib Jemli will form a government made up of independents who do not represent political parties, he said at a news conference on Monday.
12:51 23.12.2019
343. Mexico says concerned its Bolivian embassy being monitored
Mexico"s Foreign Ministry said on Monday that it is "deeply concerned" about the excess presence of Bolivian intelligence and security services that are monitoring the residence of the Mexican ambassador and Mexican embassy in Bolivia.
12:40 23.12.2019
342. Protesters rally near Hong Kong harbor, more demos planned over Christmas
More than 1,000 protesters, many in surgical masks and balaclavas, filled a harborside plaza near Hong Kong"s financial district late on Monday to demand full democracy and an independent inquiry into alleged police brutality.
12:28 23.12.2019
341. Ivory Coast issues arrest warrant for presidential candidate Soro
Ivory Coast has issued an arrest warrant for Guillaume Soro, a former rebel leader and candidate in next year"s presidential election, four government sources said on Monday, just before he was due to return home after more than six months overseas.
12:24 23.12.2019
340. No Christmas mass at Notre-Dame for the first time since Napoleon
For the first time in more than 200 years, worshippers will not be able to attend Christmas mass at Notre-Dame cathedral, still being restored after a devastating fire.
12:22 23.12.2019
339. UK's Charles says Prince Philip, 98, is 'all right' in hospital
Britain"s Prince Philip, 98, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, is "all right" in hospital where he has been under observation for three days, his son Prince Charles said on Monday.
12:21 23.12.2019
338. Chile's Pinera inks law for vote on new constitution
Chile"s President Sebastian Pinera on Monday signed off on a referendum to be held on a new constitution, which he vowed would generate a "solid, compassionate and legitimate framework" that would help reunify the country after nine weeks of intense pr
12:18 23.12.2019
337. U.S. recalls its ambassador to Zambia after gay rights row: sources
The United States has withdrawn its ambassador to Zambia following a row with authorities in the southern African nation after he criticized the jailing of a gay couple, embassy sources said on Monday.
12:14 23.12.2019
336. Italian right-to-die activist acquitted of assisting suicide
A Milan court on Monday acquitted right-to-die activist Marco Cappato of aiding suicide, following a landmark constitutional court ruling which breached Italy"s traditional rejection of helping suffering people to die.
11:28 23.12.2019
335. French workers vote to halt production at Total's Grandpuits refinery: union
France"s CGT union workers voted to halt production at Total"s Grandpuits refinery as part of protests over the government pensions reform plan, a union official said on Monday.
11:27 23.12.2019
334. Protesters clash with police at key Paris rail terminal
Protesters scuffled with police at the Gare de Lyon station in Paris on Monday and union leaders threatened to ramp up action at oil facilities as a nationwide strike against government pension reforms went into a 19th day.
11:27 23.12.2019
333. U.S. sees Saudi trial as 'important step': senior U.S. official
The United States considers Saudi Arabia"s sentencing of five people to death and three more to jail over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi "an important step" in holding those responsible for the crime accountable, a senior official of th
11:21 23.12.2019
332. Special Report: Iran's leader ordered crackdown on unrest - 'Do whatever it takes to end it'
After days of protests across Iran last month, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei appeared impatient. Gathering his top security and government officials together, he issued an order: Do whatever it takes to stop them.
11:20 23.12.2019
331. French environment ministry says fuel supplies to gas stations are normal
France"s environment and energy ministry said on Monday that fuel supplies to gas stations were normal despite calls by hardline CGT union to shut down production at refineries.
11:18 23.12.2019
330. Pro-government group attacks rally demanding release of 'illegally' held Nigerians
Pro-government activists in Nigeria on Monday attacked civil society protesters who were demanding the release of people they say are illegally detained, a Reuters witness said.
11:17 23.12.2019
329. Khashoggi's son says justice has been achieved in his father's case: tweet
The son of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said on Monday his family had achieved justice thanks to the verdict of Saudi Arabia"s public prosecutor.
11:13 23.12.2019
328. Putin opens Russian rail route to annexed Crimea
President Vladimir Putin on Monday opened a rail route linking Russia"s two biggest cities to Crimea, which Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014, and said it proved that the country could deliver on giant infrastructure projects.
11:10 23.12.2019

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