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Yemeni warring parties agree to prisoner swap: U.N. special envoy

Yemen's warring parties have agreed to a prisoner swap that will allow thousands of families to be reunited, United Nations special envoy Martin Griffiths said in Sweden on Thursday.

Constance Wu's Globe nomination is a big deal

As Constance Wu and "Crazy Rich Asians" scored Golden Globe nominations on Thursday morning, the reaction from large corners of the Internet was one of crazy excitement.

  • December 6th 2018 at 18:38

Pelosi not budging: Dem leader won't accept DACA deal in exchange for wall $$

By Andrew O'Reilly

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is digging in amid the fight over funding for President Trump's promised border wall, signaling Thursday she won’t accept a deal on DACA in exchange for wall money. 

UN-led talks on Western Sahara end with plans to meet again

By JAMEY KEATEN

The U.N. secretary-general's envoy for Western Sahara on Thursday wrapped up the first talks in six years over the future of the territory mostly controlled by Morocco, saying the sides have agreed to meet again early next year.

NBA fines Thompson $15K for flipping off fans

The NBA on Thursday announced it has fined Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson $15,000 for flipping off fans during a game earlier this week in Brooklyn.

Suicide bomber kills at least two in attack on southeast Iran police HQ

At least two policemen died and 48 people were injured in a rare suicide car bomb attack by a Sunni jihadist group on a police headquarters in the port city of Chabahar in southeast Iran on Thursday, state media reported.

French government offers sweeteners to head off fresh 'yellow vest' unrest

The French government hinted at more concessions to 'yellow vest' protesters on Thursday in a bid to head off another wave of violence in the capital over living costs and regain the initiative after weeks of civil unrest.

French government offers sweeteners to head off fresh 'yellow vest' unrest

The French government hinted at more concessions to 'yellow vest' protesters on Thursday in a bid to head off another wave of violence in the capital over living costs and regain the initiative after weeks of civil unrest.

Haley set for UN showdown over historic vote to condemn Hamas

By Adam Shaw

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley was set for a showdown Thursday over a historic U.S.-led bid to have the world body formally condemn Hamas for its terrorist activities against Israel -- a fight that, if successful, would go down as a signature achievement for the departing ambassador. 

Three migrants find new life in Germany

Ali Mohammad Rezaie does not celebrate his birthday because his Afghan parents never noted the date he was born. Yet he knows exactly when he arrived in Berlin to seek asylum: Oct 15, 2015.

Libya to vote on new constitution before February

By RAMI MUSA

The chairman of Libya's elections commission said Thursday that the beleaguered North African nation will hold a referendum on a new constitution before the end of February.

Israel calls for international response to Hezbollah tunnels

Israel's prime minister on Thursday asked the international community to impose additional sanctions on Hezbollah and condemn the Lebanese militant group in response to the discovery of tunnels stretching from southern Lebanon into northern Israel.

Ecuador: Enough UK guarantees for Assange to leave embassy

By GONZALO SOLANO and JOSHUA GOODMAN

Ecuador's president has ramped up pressure on Julian Assange to leave his country's embassy in London, saying that Britain had provided sufficient guarantees that the WikiLeaks founder won't be extradited to face the death penalty abroad.

South Carolina couple charged after dog, sick and starving, chews 'his off own foot off to survive'

By Madeline Farber

A starving Great Dane that was tied to a metal pole with no food or water chewed his own foot off to survive. Now, the owners allegedly responsible for allowing the animal to reach such a desperate state are facing charges.

Israel calls for international response to Hezbollah tunnels

Israel's prime minister on Thursday asked the international community to impose additional sanctions on Hezbollah and condemn the Lebanese militant group in response to the discovery of tunnels stretching from southern Lebanon into northern Israel.

Ecuador: Enough UK guarantees for Assange to leave embassy

By GONZALO SOLANO and JOSHUA GOODMAN

Ecuador's president has ramped up pressure on Julian Assange to leave his country's embassy in London, saying that Britain had provided sufficient guarantees that the WikiLeaks founder won't be extradited to face the death penalty abroad.

Huawei/Ericsson: signal failure

As doors close to Chinese telecoms group, others open for its rivals

  • December 6th 2018 at 18:10
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