Berlin attack: No certainty over man arrested by police


An assassination and a gunman’s final words put Turkey on edge

Washington Post
MOSCOW – A team of Russian detectives arrived in Turkey on Tuesday to join the investigation into the slaying of Moscow’s ambassador by a Turkish police officer – an act portrayed by both countries as an effort to rupture a rapprochement between the

Gunman Who Shot 3 at Zurich Islamic Center Is Found Dead, Police Say

New York Times  
The Islamic center after a shooting in Zurich, on Monday. Credit Ennio Leanza/European Pressphoto Agency. GENEVA – A gunman who wounded three people attending prayers after opening fire at an Islamic center in Zurich has been found dead, …

Why China matters in Trump’s economic policy

President-elect Donald Trump’s threats to impose big tariffs on China have put that country in the global spotlight. Trump says he wants to bring back American factory jobs but economists say his tactics could result in a trade war that ultimately

Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may have been in wrong spot for two years

CBS News
SYDNEY – For two years, a handful of ships have diligently combed a remote patch of the Indian Ocean west of Australia in a $160 million bid to find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Christmas Weekend Snowstorm Possible in the West and Plains

The Weather Channel  
Meteorologist Domenica Davis looks at a potential Christmas storm making it’s way to the West. Snowstorm Possible on Christmas Weekend.

Trump: I didn’t call Bill Clinton — he called me

President-elect Donald Trump wants the world to know that it was former President Bill Clinton who called him on the day after the election and not the other way around.

Tennis: Queen Elizabeth stands down as All England Club patron

FILE PHOTO : Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip bid farewell to Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos and his wife Maria Clemencia de Santos following their state visit, at Buckingham Palace in London, Britain November 3, 2016.

Sturgeon: UK could stay in single market

BBC News
Nicola Sturgeon has argued it would be “democratically justifiable” for the whole of the UK to remain in the European single market after Brexit.

Has Duterte resuscitated China’s sweeping claim to S. China Sea?

Manila Bulletin
President Duterte might have resuscitated China’s losing international position in claiming territories in the West Philippine Sea after he declared that he will set aside the international arbitral court’s ruling on the issue which is considered as

Afghan hostage couple decry ‘Kafkaesque nightmare’

BBC News
An Afghan insurgent group has released video of a kidnapped North American couple, featuring two children apparently born to them in captivity.

Mitch McConnell Rejects Growing Calls For Select Panel On Russia Hacks

Huffington Post
The majority leader wants to keep the probe limited to Congressional committees, which Democrats say will limit the scope of the investigation.

Trump meets with Carlos Slim as Mexican leaders seek better relations

Washington Post  
In the closing days of his campaign, Donald Trump vilified one of the world’s richest men – Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim – as part of a globalist cabal conspiring to extinguish his populist candidacy.

Donald Trump’s Cabinet is awesome

The Week Magazine  
One of the many unprecedented things about the election of Donald Trump is what a black box he is. The day after the election, I pinned the following message at the top of my Twitter profile: “We still don’t know what President Trump is going to do

Democrats shouldn’t assume their “Trump loves Putin” argument is a political winner

Vladimir Putin, doing something most Americans probably don’t care about. Photo by Etienne Oliveau/Getty Images. Leading Democrats sense an opening.

Congo’s Political Crisis: The Key Players

December 19 has been marked in the diaries of activists and anti-government protesters for months as the final day of President Joseph Kabila’s second—and, according to the country’s constitution, final—term.

Hong Kong stocks end at 5-month low as China firms drag

Dec 20 Hong Kong stocks fell to five-month lows in thin trading on Tuesday, mainly hurt by weakness in mainland companies listed in the city.

now reading: Senate Must Reject Trump’s Pick for Ambassador to Israel

In the machinery of the Holocaust, in the places where Jews and others were murdered by the millions, certain prisoners were compelled or volunteered to help the Nazis in the arduous business of genocide.

Syrian army poised to enter Aleppo’s last rebel enclave

A member of forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad stands with a civilian on the rubble of the Carlton Hotel, in the government controlled area of Aleppo, Syria.

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