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(27-04-2011)
  • Pope urges 'tenderness' as millions celebrate Christmas

    Pope Francis leads a Christmas Eve mass at St Peter's Basilica to mark the nativity of Jesus Christ, on December 24, 2014 at the VaticanPope Francis calls for "tenderness" and "warmth" after a violence-plagued year.


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  • Protesters rally for 2nd night after shooting near Ferguson

    Police guard the entrance to a gas station in front of a memorial to Antonio Martin on Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014, in Berkeley, Mo. The mayor of the St. Louis suburb of Berkeley urged calm Wednesday after a white police officer killed the black 18-year-old who police said pointed a gun at him, reigniting tensions that have lingered since the death of Michael Brown in neighboring Ferguson. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Robert Cohen)BERKELEY, Mo. (AP) — Demonstrators took to the streets for a second night after a white police officer in Berkeley, Missouri, killed a black 18-year-old who police said pointed a gun at him.


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  • CDC monitoring tech for possible Ebola exposure

    FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2014, file photo, a healthcare worker dons protective gear before entering an Ebola treatment center in Freetown, Sierra Leone. In a letter published online Wednesday, Dec. 24. 2014, by the New England Journal of Medicine, doctors report that the Ebola death rate seems to have fallen even though there are no specific medicines or vaccines to fight the virus. (AP Photo/Michael Duff, File)The technician has been working in a secure laboratory, the CDC says.


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  • Protests flare after Missouri police killing of armed black man

    Protesters yell at police protecting the perimeter of a scene where a teenager was fatally shot by a police officer earlier at a Mobil gas station on North Hanley Road in BerkeleyBy Aaron P. Bernstein BERKELEY, Mo. (Reuters) - Protests flared into early Thursday in the St. Louis suburb where a white policeman fatally shot a black man who brandished a gun at a gas station on Tuesday night. A group of protesters marched onto Interstate 170 in the city of Berkeley, Missouri, around 7 p.m. on Wednesday, blocking traffic for roughly 45 minutes. The demonstration followed a vigil at the Mobil On The Run gas station where the shooting occurred. ...


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  • Four shot, one fatally, in downtown St. Louis
    (Reuters) - A shooting at a downtown St. Louis convenience store on Wednesday left one person dead and three others badly wounded, police said. Police said no suspects were in custody some five hours after the shooting, which was reported shortly after 5:30 p.m. local time. A St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman, Schron Jackson, said she was unable to provide any details about the victims, any assailants or circumstances of the shooting. ...More

  • Three injured, two critically, in shooting at Chicago train station
    (Reuters) - Three people were injured, two of them critically, after a gunman opened fire in a Chicago train station on Wednesday night, police said. The suspect, who has not been apprehended, pulled a gun during an argument with a 41-year-old woman on the mezzanine level of a south side Chicago train station around 10:45 p.m. local time, Chicago Police news affairs officer Amina Greer said. The woman and a 25-year-old man were hit, and both were rushed to a local hospital in critical condition. A 24-year-old man was also injured after being hit in the face by glass fragments, Greer said. ...More

  • A glance at key police shootings in St. Louis area
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The shooting death of 18-year-old Antonio Martin marks the third fatal shooting of a young black man by a white police officer in the St. Louis area since Michael Brown was killed in August.More

  • Chinese university bans Christmas, calls it 'kitsch'

    It’s beginning to look a lot like ChristmasBEIJING (Reuters) - A university in northwestern China has banned Christmas, calling it a "kitsch" foreign celebration unbefitting of the country's own traditions and making its students watch propaganda films instead, media said on Thursday. The state-run Beijing News said that the Modern College of Northwest University, located in Xian, had strung up banners around the campus reading "Strive to be outstanding sons and daughters of China, oppose kitsch Western holidays" and "Resist the expansion of Western culture". ...


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  • Potential Ebola Exposure At CDC Lab
    The transfer of material from an Ebola virus experiment from one Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab to another earlier this week may have exposed one lab technician to the virus, after it was discovered that the transferred material may have contained live virus, the agency reported Wednesday.More

  • Islamic State makes big capture

    IS Claims To Have Shot Down Warplane In SyriaBy Suleiman Al-Khalidi AMMAN (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters took a Jordanian pilot prisoner after his warplane came down in northeast Syria on Wednesday, the first captive taken from the U.S.-led coalition battling the jihadi group. Jordan's armed forces said one of its pilots had been captured after a coalition air raid over the province of Raqqa. There were contradictory accounts as to whether his aircraft had been shot down or not. "Jordan holds the group (IS) and its supporters responsible for the safety of the pilot and his life," said a statement read out on state television. ...


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  • Officer kills armed 18-year-old near Ferguson

    Police try to control a crowd Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014, on the lot of a gas station following a shooting Tuesday in Berkeley, Mo. St. Louis County police say a man who pulled a gun and pointed it at an officer has been killed. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, David Carson)A crowd gathered at the scene in Berkeley, Mo., a few miles from Ferguson.


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  • Where and when you can watch 'The Interview'

    Sony Allows Select Theaters to Screen 'The Interview' on Christmas DayThe controversial R-rated comedy will also simultaneously appear in 300 theaters around the country, setting a precedent for studio use of VOD


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  • Things get worse for 'nut rage' exec

    FILE - In this Dec. 12, 2014 file photo, Cho Hyun-ah, who was head of cabin service at Korean Air and the oldest child of Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-ho, speaks to the media upon her arrival for questioning at the Aviation and Railway Accident Investigation Board office of Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Seoul, South Korea. South Korean prosecutors are seeking to detain the former executive at Korean Air Lines Co. who forced a flight to return over a bag of macadamia nuts and a current executive for attempts to cover up the "nut rage" case. Seoul Western Prosecutors' Office said Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 that Cho Hyun-ah faces charges including inflight violence and changing a flight route. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, FIle)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean prosecutors are seeking to arrest the former executive at Korean Air Lines Co. who forced a flight to return over a bag of macadamia nuts and a current executive for attempts to cover up the "nut rage" case.


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  • Ex-President George H.W. Bush taken to hospital

    Former President George H. W. Bush applauds during an event to honor the winner of the 5,000th Daily Point of Light Award at the White House in Washington in this file photoThe former president, 90, was hospitalized after experiencing shortness of breath.


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  • Leaders call for calm after police shooting near Ferguson

    Police try to control a crowd Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014, on the lot of a gas station following a shooting Tuesday in Berkeley, Mo. St. Louis County police say a man who pulled a gun and pointed it at an officer has been killed. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, David Carson)A crowd gathered at the scene in Berkeley, Mo., a few miles from Ferguson.


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  • Islamic State extremists capture Jordanian pilot

    A still image released by the Islamic State group's branch in Raqa on jihadist websites on December 24, 2014 purportedly shows a Jordanian pilot (C) captured by IS group's fighters after they shot down a warplane from the US-led coalition near RaqaAMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Islamic State militants captured a Jordanian pilot after his warplane crashed in Syria while carrying out airstrikes Wednesday, making him the first foreign military member to fall into the extremists' hands since an international coalition launched its bombing campaign against the group months ago.


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  • Key developments in case of 2 slain NYPD officers

    From left, Pastor Michael Durso, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City first lady Chirlane McCray visit a makeshift memorial Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014, near the site where New York Police Department officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were shot and killed in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Police say Ismaaiyl Brinsley ambushed the two officers in their patrol car in broad daylight Saturday, fatally shooting them before killing himself inside a subway station. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)Despite calls from officials for restraint, hundreds of protesters marched through midtown Manhattan on Tuesday night.


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  • S. Korean prosecutors to arrest 'nut rage' official

    FILE - In this Dec. 12, 2014 file photo, Cho Hyun-ah, who was head of cabin service at Korean Air and the oldest child of Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-ho, speaks to the media upon her arrival for questioning at the Aviation and Railway Accident Investigation Board office of Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Seoul, South Korea. South Korean prosecutors are seeking to detain the former executive at Korean Air Lines Co. who forced a flight to return over a bag of macadamia nuts and a current executive for attempts to cover up the "nut rage" case. Seoul Western Prosecutors' Office said Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 that Cho Hyun-ah faces charges including inflight violence and changing a flight route. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, FIle)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean prosecutors are seeking to arrest the former executive at Korean Air Lines Co. who forced a flight to return over a bag of macadamia nuts and a current executive for attempts to cover up the "nut rage" case.


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  • Severe weather slams southern U.S.; 4 killed

    This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, December 23, 2014 at 12:45 PM EST shows most of the east underneath cloudiness. This is due to a large developing storm system in the Mid-West. Its causing wide spread snows from the Central Plain states into the Northern Great Lakes. On the other side of storm is a flow of warm moist air covering most of the Eastern United States. This is producing areas of rain from the Gulf Coast to New England. The Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Florida is experiencing thunderstorms with isolated areas of severe weather. (AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Severe weather slamming the southern U.S. two days before Christmas killed at least four people, flipped cars, knocked out power to thousands and damaged several homes and businesses.


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  • NY protesters reject plea for hiatus despite police slayings

    NYPD officers use motorbikes to create a cordon as protesters hold placards while marching down Fifth Avenue in ManhattanBy Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - Mayor Bill de Blasio's attempts to soothe a city dismayed by the slaying of two officers were further rebuffed on Tuesday as protesters defied his call to suspend what have become regular demonstrations over excessive police force. De Blasio led a moment of silence at City Hall in the afternoon three days after the attack on the officers before asking his staff to hug those nearby "as a symbol of our belief that we will move forward together. ...


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