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World - Turkey charges 4 over deadly schoolgirl dorm fire


Turkish authorities on Sunday charged four people on Sunday in connection with a deadly fire that killed 11 schoolgirls at a dormitory in the southern Adana region, state media reported. Among those charged and placed under arrest pending trial was the dormitory manager and the head of a linked association, state-run news agency Anadolu said.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  14:09

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World - Syrian army tells rebels in Aleppo to leave or die


ALEPPO, Syria (AP) The Syrian army on Sunday ordered rebels in Aleppo to leave the city or face `inevitable death,` as a series of airstrikes on an opposition-held town elsewhere in the country killed 21 people, including three children.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  14:09

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World - The Latest: Castro`s interment under way with martial music


SANTIAGO, Cuba (AP) The Latest on the interment of Fidel Castro in Santiago, Cuba (all times local):


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:59

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World - Gunman shoots dead three women in Finland town


A gunman shot dead three women, including a local council official, as they were leaving a restaurant in a small Finnish town on Saturday night, police said. Investigators cited by the SST news agency on Sunday said the municipal council head and two local journalists were killed in the town of Imatra by a man who was swiftly arrested. Finland enjoys relatively low crime rates compared to other European nations but, with many Finns keen hunters, it has one of the biggest gun ownership rates in the world.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:59

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World - Europe watches as Austrians vote for their president


VIENNA (AP) With voting well underway, much of Europe was waiting for results of Austrian presidential elections Sunday between a left-leaning candidate and a right-wing populist as an indicator of how well other euroskeptic candidates will do elsewhere in the European Union next year.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:56

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World - Egypt brings in tougher penalties against female genital mutilation


An amended law that toughens penalties for female genital mutilation to up to 15 years in jail has come into effect, the health ministry announced Sunday. Health ministry officials will monitor and oversee clinics and private hospitals to enforce the anti-FGM law that came into effect last Tuesday, the ministry said in a statement. In Egypt, the partial or full removal of the external sex organs for no medical purposes, ostensibly to control women`s sexuality, remains widespread, especially in rural areas.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:52

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World - Mahmud Abbas`s Fatah to announce results of internal vote


Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas`s Fatah party is to announce results of a vote for its ruling bodies Sunday, an election watched closely for clues of how the 81-year-old sees his succession. The election for both the party`s central committee and its parliament, known as the revolutionary council, is also expected to sideline Abbas opponents -- a key reason for holding the vote, some analysts say. Beginning on Tuesday, some 1,400 delegates met in Ramallah for Fatah`s first congress since 2009 and voted in the elections.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:52

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World - Philippine vice-president says plot to oust her


Philippine Vice-President Leni Robredo announced Sunday she would quit President Rodrigo Duterte`s cabinet after being told to stay away from its meetings, and said there was a plot to oust her as his deputy. Robredo did not say who was behind the alleged plot to remove her as vice-president. In the Philippines the president and vice-president are elected separately.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:52

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World - Top Asian News 1:37 p.m. GMT


BEIJING (AP) Was President-elect Donald Trump signaling a shift in U.S.-China relations when he referred to Taiwan`s leader as `president` following a phone call this past week or was it an unintentional misstep? His phone conversation with Tsai Ing-wen was a breach of long-standing tradition that risks enmity from China, but a longtime China watcher says he can`t yet be sure of the meaning. Douglas Paal, a former director of the American Institute in Taiwan, which unofficially represents U.S. interests in Taipei, said it was too soon to judge whether Trump was going to lead that shift, or if the incident was just a `complicated accident.` `Beijing will watch closely to see which it is,` said Paal, now vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:45

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World - 8 people killed in road collision in Russia`s Siberia


MOSCOW (AP) Russian officials say at least eight people, including five members of a children`s acrobatics team, have been killed in a road collision in eastern Siberia.


Sunday, December 04, 2016  13:45

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