Europe searches for suspect Berlin Christmas market attack

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Europe searches for suspect Berlin Christmas market attack

Washington Post
BERLIN – Police forces in Germany and across Europe accelerated efforts Thursday to track and catch 24-year old suspect in this week’s Berlin Christmas market attack, as Europeans faced the prospect of a holiday season with the “violent and armed” …

Putin: Russia’s military is stronger than anyone’s

Washington Post
MOSCOW – Russia’s military is now stronger than any potential foe, President Vladimir Putin told an annual end-of-year meeting with the defense ministry on Thursday.

China says it will cooperate with Trump but warns on Taiwan

Washington Post
BEIJING – China warned Thursday that ties with the U.S. will likely see new complications and the only way to maintain a stable relationship is by respecting each other’s “core interests.

Israeli Leader Urges US to Veto UN Settlement Resolution

New York Times
JERUSALEM – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the U.S. on Thursday to veto a draft United Nations resolution demanding a halt to Israeli settlement activities in the West Bank.

Russia says its air strikes in Syria have killed 35000 rebels

MOSCOW Dec 22 Russian air strikes in Syria have killed 35,000 rebel fighters and succeeded in halting a chain of revolutions in the Middle East, Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Thursday.

Israeli ambassador urges move of US embassy

Israel’s ambassador to the United States on Tuesday evening forcefully endorsed moving America’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, saying the controversial diplomatic move would boost the chances of peace in the region.

Britain’s Queen and Prince Philip sick with ‘heavy colds’: Palace official

AOL News
LONDON – The queen and her husband are both suffering from a heavy cold and have postponed Christmas travel plans while they recuperate, a royal spokesman said Wednesday.

Saddam Hussein’s daughter touts Trump’s ‘political sensibility’

Jerusalem Post Israel News
Raghad Hussein, the eldest daughter of the former Iraqi dictator, speaks of her hopeful stance on the incoming White House administration.

Mock me but answer corruption charges: Rahul Gandhi to Narendra Modi

Economic Times
BAHRAICH: A combative Rahul Gandhi today hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for mocking his yesterday’s speech, saying he could make fun of him but needed to answer the charges of personal corruption levelled against him.

China Weighs Response to New US Trade Foe

Wall Street Journal
BEIJING—China’s government issued a measured response on Thursday to Donald Trump’s naming of a China trade skeptic to oversee American trade and industrial policy, as it weighed how to approach the U.S.

Philippines leader Duterte faces investigation over killings claim

BBC News
The Philippines independent human rights watchdog has said it will investigate claims by President Rodrigo Duterte that he personally killed drug suspects while mayor of Davao.

Japan, US mark the return of military-used land to Okinawa

Myrtle Beach Sun News
FILE – In this March 4, 2016 file photo, Okinawa Gov. Takeshi Onaga is surrounded by reporters after a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the latter’s official residence in Tokyo.

Japan’s Abe aims to send message of US alliance strength at Pearl Harbor

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a summit meeting with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin in Nagato, Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan, December 15, 2016.

A Russian ambassador was murdered. The apology came in the shape of a huge diamond.

Washington Post
We’re still gauging the diplomatic fallout of the chilling assassination of Andrey Karlov, Russia’s ambassador in Turkey, on Monday.

Pope vows Vatican reform is real despite resistance

Crux: Covering all things Catholic
Pope Francis delivers his message to prelates on the occasion of his Christmas greetings to the Roman Curia in the Clementine Hall, at the Vatican, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016.

How the Obama administration pushed Turkey into Russia’s arms

Washington Post
Much of the Washington foreign policy community stood aghast Tuesday as top officials of NATO ally Turkey sat down with leaders of Russia and Iran in Moscow to forge a new way forward for Syria, without the United States in the room.

Australian police say blast at Christian group’s HQ not politically motivated

Business Insider
The damaged entrance to the offices of the Australian Christian Lobby Group in Canberra, Australia after it was rammed by a van reportedly carrying gas bottles.

Christmas Weekend Snowstorm Likely in the West and Plains

The Weather Channel
A potent storm system will push into the West Friday and Saturday with heavy mountain snow. Blizzard conditions are possible in parts of the Rockies and northern Plains Christmas Day into Monday.

Nepalese Teen Dies After Being Exiled To A Hut Because She Had Her Period

Huffington Post Canada
A 15-year-old girl in Nepal died after she was forced to sleep in a tiny shed because she was on her period. Roshani Tiruwa was found in a chhaupadi goth (isolated hut) on Saturday morning.

Romania Could See 1st Female Muslim Prime Minister

New York Times
BUCHAREST, Romania – Romania could be headed for its first female prime minister, an economist who is a member of Romania’s small Muslim community.

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