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  1. In Italy, a Sleeper Crisis for the E.U.
  2. Hong Kong Moves To Disqualify More Pro-democracy Lawmakers
  3. Britain Can Still Make A Difference In The World
  4. Gambian president will concede vote defeat, says electoral commission
  5. Survivors Seek Honors For Sailor Who Saved 6 In Uss Arizona Attack
  6. Three Months After The Olympics, Rio De Janeiro Is Broke
  7. Young Cancer Patient's Dynamite Wish To 'blow Stuff Up' Goes With A Bang
  8. Gambian President Yahya Jammeh 'concedes Defeat' After 22 Years Of Rule
  9. With Just One Week To Go Until The West African Nation Takes To The Polls On December 7
  10. North Korea Shows Defiance After New Sanctions
  11. Why Powerful Women Are Good for the World Economy
  12. China Exonerates Man It Executed for Murder in 1995
  13. Italy's Renzi Launches Last Day Of Frantic Referendum Campaign
  14. Man Crashes While Live-streaming Himself Drive At 114 Mph
  15. Tyra Patterson Is In Prison For Murder – Now Victim's Sister Says She Is Innocent
  16. A Tube For Cars? Proposal To Bury Traffic Says It's 'next Best Thing To Teleportation
  17. Indonesia: 200,000 Protest Christian Governor Of Jakarta
  18. Sky Art: Pilot's Route Spells 'hello' On Flight Tracking Radar Map
  19. Heavy Security As Opposition Takes Banjul In Vote In Gambia
  20. Over 200,000 Muslims Protest Christian Governor In Indonesia
  21. Islamic State Push Aims To Protect Endangered Heritage
  22. Gambia's Estate Agent Of Change
  23. In Libya IS Making Llast Stand' In City - Pentagon
  24. UN Rights Team Says Ethnic Cleansing' Under Way
  25. i Clashes Leave 1 Dead As Gao Airport Closed In Mal
  26. In Ethiopia Authorities Arrest Opposition Leader
  27. President-Elect's Cabinet Picks So Far
  28. Which is better: life in Canada or life in the USA?
  29. HIV UNAIDS Says 2m People Are Infected By Virus Annually
  30. Group Tells Buahri Appoint Special Adviser On HIV/AIDS
  31. In Washington Police officer Shot, Died In Tacoma
  32. In India Factory explosion Kills 10
  33. New Era For Monarchy As Prince Set To Be Proclaimed King In Thailand
  34. Former coup Leader Sanogo On Trial For Murder In Mali
  35. Eleven-Nation Central African Talks Back Deal In DR Congo
  36. Police Fire Tear Gas At Bank Note Protest In Zimbabwe
  37. Quiet Estate Agent A Flagbearer For Change In Gambia
  38. Malaysian PM Eyes Snap Poll, Vows Fight To The Death
  39. Tear Gas Fired As Protesters Rally Over Price Hike In Sudan
  40. Court Rejects Lawsuit Over Ivory Coast spill
  41. In Colombia Peace Accord Wins Senate Approval
  42. Lawmakers Condemn Massacre In Rare Show Of Unity
  43. Anti-China Lawmakers Lose Appeal Over Ban
  44. What We know About Colombia Plane Crash
  45. In Turkey 12 Dead, Mainly Schoolgirls, In Dorm Fire
  46. Report Points To Iran Arms Pipeline In Yemen
  47. Senate Approves Austerity After Violent Protest In Brazil
  48. Cubans Hold Mass Rally For Late Leader
  49. South Korea President's Impeachment Vote Delayed
  50. UN Slams Rome Over Treatment Of Refugees
  51. No progress At Peace Meeting - Lavrov
  52. Saudi Prince Says Women Must Drive
  53. Fidel Castro: No Music Or Rum For Tourists After Late Leader's Death
  54. Anti-Canal Protesters Accuse Police Of Blocking Convoy In Nicaragua
  55. In Pakistan Rush To Build Bunkers In Kashmir As Fears Grow
  56. Brazil's Chapecoense Team Almost Wiped Out In Horror Jet Crash
  57. Cirque Du Soleil Worker Dies After San Francisco Accident
  58. The Old World Of Civic Participation Is Being Replaced
  59. Hillary Clinton Backs Calls To Recount Ballots By Hand In Wisconsin
  60. For $1 Million And Up, Inaugural Donors Will Get ‘candlelight Dinner’ With Trump And Other Access
  61. Mitt Romney praises Donald Trump after posh dinner
  62. Another Mass Grave Dug by ISIS in Iraq, and a Ghastly Ritual Renewed
  63. Church Offers Free Mortgage And Rent Payments
  64. Every Person Is Redeemable' - My Job Treating Rapists
  65. 100 Women Fighting For Transgender Rights In Turkey
  66. 100 Women 2016: Is Feminism Just For White Women?
  67. Colombian Senate Backs New Farc Peace Deal
  68. Who Are The Contenders For US Secretary Of State?
  69. I voted for Trump — so there’: White shopper melts down after black workers ask her to pay for bag
  70. Donald Trump’s Washington Hotel Is About To Violate Its Government Lease
  71. Gold Company Bosses Expect Price Volatility To Persist
  72. Prince Harry’s Awkward Fidel Castro Tribute / RESPECT
  73. What The Trump Victory Means For The Us And The World
  74. Equities Are On A Trump Surge; Why The U.S. Dollar Might Win
  75. Revealed: Secret Brexit Memo Suggests Britain Will Not Be Offered Single Market Membership
  76. Scepticism About A Brexit Apocalypse Looks Increasingly Justified
  77. Another Nail In The Coffin Of A Soft Brexit?
  78. Russia’s New Cargo Spacecraft To Make First Flight After 2020
  79. Deep Breaths, Everyone. All Will Be Well.
  80. Donald Trump Says Millions Voted Illegally, Offers No Proof
  81. Russia’s New Cargo Spacecraft To Make First Flight After 2020
  82. Morocco’s Net International Reserves Rise by 13.7%
  83. Boy Who'd Never Won A Race Before Promises Dying Mum He'll Win Go-karting Championship
  84. Why Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton Are Two Sides Of The Progressive Coin
  85. Why We Should Have Seen The Transgender Craze Coming
  86. A 'close friend and comrade': North Korea is mourning Fidel Castro
  87. Hawks disturbed by Cape cop killings
  88. Paul Nuttall named new Ukip leader
  89. Conservators Spend 150 Hours To Restore 17th-century Map Found In Chimney
  90. Ukip Have Chosen Their Second Leader In The Space Of A Few Months
  91. Slovak officials react to death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro
  92. Turkey targets Foster Families in Post-coup Crackdown - official
  93. Woman Attacks Man With Scalding Ghee in Khanewal
  94. Gen. Raheel Pays farewell Visits to PM, President
  95. All You Need To Know About The Baton Of Command
  96. The rise of the Sukuk
  97. South Africa Children's Hospital Fulfils Mandela Dream Three Years After Death
  98. Philippine Troops Fire Artillery At Islamic Militants In South
  99. Turkey Govt Says Syria Rebels Hit By IS Chemical Attack
  100. In Indonesian: Militants Were Planning Embassy Attack - Police
  101. Samsung Set To Unveil Its Plans to Appease Angry Shareholders
  102. In S. Korea K-Pop Video Director Charged In Scandal
  103. 82 Percent Of Tech Cash Goes To Male Entrepreneurs
  104. Ban Ki-Moon Sympathises With People Of Cuba
  105. 13-Year-Old Killed In Hit-And-Run Incident
  106. Man Arrested In Connection With Damage Caused To Defibrillator
  107. History Will Judge Castro’s Enormous Impact - Obama
  108. Cuban Ex-president To Be burial On Dec 4
  109. Diners Urged To Check FSA Rating Before Eating Out
  110. Cuban Ex-president To Be Cremated, His Brother Confirms
  111. In US: Officials Defend Integrity Of Vote, Despite Hacking Fears
  112. Presidential Rivals Clash In TV Debate In Austria
  113. Forces Kill Four IS-Linked Gunmen After Golan Attack In Israel
  114. Clashes Kill At Least 55 In Restive Kingdom In Uganda
  115. Militia Attack Kills 34 Civilians In DR Congo
  116. In Israel: Govt Extinguishes Fires That Forced Mass Evacuations
  117. In Uganda 55 Killed As Forces Clash With Separatist Militia
  118. In Syria Aleppo Key To A Regime Victory
  119. Trump Claims Serious Fraud, Says Millions Voted Illegally
  120. Bomb Defused Near US Embassy In Philippines
  121. In Iraq: Citizens In Liberated Mosul District Wave White FlaThe women ululated as residents waved whitgs
  122. Brazil's President To Block Any Corruption Amnesty
  123. In Turkey: Authorities Detain Wanted Kurdish Female Militant' At Istanbul Airport
  124. Cuban Dissidents Llie Low After Leader's Death
  125. French Presidential Candidate In 5 Key Proposals
  126. Reformist Champion For The French Right
  127. In Australia Miniature Monkeys Reunited After Zoo Theft
  128. How much does Mark Zuckerberg actually make in a year?
  129. Gay Date-Rape Serial Killer Jailed For Life In UK
  130. At Least 5 Killed, 27 Wounded In Triple Bombing In Afghanistan
  131. In Turkey Government Reinstates Over 6,000 Teachers Suspended After Coup
  132. In Costa Rica Hurricane Kills 9
  133. Iran Train Crash Death Toll Rises To 31
  134. In Ghana People Mourn Revered Ashanti Queen
  135. In Syria Erdogan, Putin In Talks After Turkish Soldiers Killed
  136. Trump Invites Viktor Orbán To Washington
  137. Brexit Voters Less Likely To Change Their Underpants Every Day
  138. Germany’s Chinese Investment Problem
  139. Nigel Farage Planning To Move To US
  140. Uganda Is Shutting Down Schools Funded By Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates
  141. Mexico's Popocatepetl Spews Ash Miles Into The Air
  142. Mexico: Dozens Of Bodies Found In Hidden Graves
  143. Missing California Mom Reunited With Family, Expresses 'Joy'
  144. S Korea Sees Largest Protests Against President Park Geun-hye
  145. Tv Show Dropped After Rape Comment
  146. Fidel Castro, Cuba's Leader Of Revolution, Dies At 90
  147. Israel Wildfires Spread In West Bank, More Settlers Flee
  148. Iranian Chess Player Clinches Draws In Fide Women’s Grand Prix
  149. Brazilians Protest Against Scandal-hit President Temer
  150. Three Arrested Over Deadly Train Collision In Iran
  151. Britons Could Pay To Keep Eu Citizenship After Brexit, Mep Says
  152. Us Missile Strikes Iraqi Forces’ Command Tent In Tal Afar: Hashd Al-shaabi
  153. South Sudan Agrees To Deployment Of Peacekeeping Force
  154. US Army Corps Orders Dakota Pipeline Protesters To Abandon Camp
  155. South Koreans In Biggest Rally To Demand Park Ouster
  156. Turkish Fm Travels To Iran, Meets With President Rouhani
  157. 6 Killed As Pakistani Soldiers, Militants Engage In Shootout
  158. Wisconsin Announces US Election Vote Recount
  159. In Pence, Trump Finds School Choice Advocate
  160. Uk Soccer Child Sex Abuse Hotline Gets 50 Calls In First Hours
  161. 74 Killed In China Construction Collapse
  162. Iraq Bomb Kills At Least 80
  163. Conway Tweets About Trump Base Anger Over Romney
  164. Slaughter Of Innocents Continues In Battle For Mosul
  165. China Orders Xinjiang Residents To Surrender Passports To Police
  166. U2 'Dragonlady' Pilots Spy On Isis From The Edge Of Space
  167. Colombia General Jailed For 30 Years Over Galan Death
  168. Ethiopia Releases Vintage Air Rally Pilots
  169. One Dead In Attack At French Home For Retired Missionaries
  170. Australian Is Recruiter Neil Prakash 'still Alive'
  171. Mexico Mass Grave: Severed Heads And 32 Bodies Found
  172. Blazes Billow Across Israel-occupied Lands For 4th Day
  173. Italy’s Eni Says Considering Iran Investments
  174. Tunisian President Confirms Presence Of Us Drones On Libyan Border
  175. Two Trains Collide In North-central Iran, Kill 5
  176. Uk Workers Face Worst Decade For Pay Over Brexit
  177. Dozens Of Bodies Found In Secret Graves In Southern Mexico
  178. 1000s Of Belgians Rally Against Looming Austerity Measures
  179. British Citizens Can Stop Uk's Departure From Eu: Tony Blair
  180. 8 Egyptian Soldiers Dead As Car Bomb Hits Restive Sinai Peninsula
  181. US Soldier Killed In Northern Syria On Thanksgiving Day
  182. Turkey Slams Eu For ‘Insignificant’ Vote On Accession Talks
  183. Donald Trump's Team To Raise Tens Of Millions For Inauguration Events
  184. Turkish Army Launches Heavy Attacks On Syrian Army In Lattakia
  185. Up To 350 Homes Pledged For Vulnerable Syrian Families Across Scotland
  186. Eu Leaders 'not Bluffing' Over Brexit Terms, Warns Malta's Pm
  187. Tony Blair Says Britain's Eu Exit Can Be Stopped
  188. Appointing ‘mad Dog’ Mattis To Lead The Pentagon Could Be Trump’s Best Decision
  189. Adele To Leave America Because Of Donald Trump
  190. China Power Plant Collapse kills At Least 40
  191. Donald Trump’s Business Interests Could Be His Undoing
  192. World Should Stop Turning A Blind Eye To Syria – France
  193. Britain Confirms Economic Slowdown Amid Brexit Limbo
  194. Merkel Not Happy Trump Scrapping Pacific Trade Deal
  195. Brexit To Spark UK Slowdown, Blow Hole In Public Purse
  196. Having Adeosun, A Polytechnic Graduate As Finance Minister Is Begging For Recession – Reno Omokri
  197. South Korea And Japan Sign Military Intelligence-sharing Deal
  198. Chattanooga School Bus Crash: Sixth Child Dies
  199. Trump 'surprised' By Mattis Waterboarding Comments
  200. South Korea Scandal: Can Viagra Help With Altitude Sickness?
  201. Mosul Completely Surrounded By Iraqi-led Troops, Paramilitary Forces Say
  202. Egypt Ancient City Unearthed By Archaeologists
  203. Tokyo Sees First November Snow In 54 Years
  204. Skyscanner Sold To China Travel Firm Ctrip In £1.4bn Deal
  205. Two Dead In Car Bomb In Turkey Town Of Adana - Governor
  206. Donald Trump Calls For Unity In Thanksgiving Holiday Address
  207. Austrian Far-right Hopeful Hofer May Back Eu Vote
  208. Asharq Al-awsat Editor-in-chief Resigns Over Fabricated Report
  209. Uss Zumwalt Out Of Service Due To Malfunction
  210. Bomb Explosion Kills 2, Injures 16 In Southern Turkey
  211. Plucky Iranian Woman Behind The Wheels
  212. Over 40 Killed In Construction Accident At Power Plant In East China
  213. Green Party’s Jill Stein Calls For Vote Recounts In 3 Swing States
  214. Only 10% Of Gazans Have Access To Potable Water: World Bank
  215. China To Defend Rights In Face Of Trump Threats
  216. Brazilian Banks Reassured By Us Of Financing Trade With Tehran: Official
  217. Personal Data Of Over130,000 US Sailors Breached, Us Navy Says
  218. Archaeologists Discover 7,000-year-old Lost City In Egypt
  219. Trump Turning Away Intelligence Briefers Since Election Win
  220. Jill Stein campaign to recount key states in US election reaches $2.5m target
  221. Thunderstorm asthma kills 3 in Australia
  222. Dubai: Alleged Rape Involving British Nationals Was Consensual
  223. Kashmir Clashes: Indian Shelling 'kills Nine On Bus'
  224. Facebook 'Made China Censorship Tool'
  225. Colombian Government And Farc To Sign New Peace Deal
  226. Trump Denies Any Conflict Of Interest Over Business Empire
  227. Ex-cia Chief Says Willing To Work In Trump Administration
  228. Leader: Iran To Respond If US Renews Bans
  229. Lufthansa Pilots Extend Strike For Another 24 Hours
  230. South Korea Prosecutors Raid Seoul Offices Of Two Firms Over Scandal
  231. Academics And Lawyers Urge Clinton To Call For Election Vote Recount
  232. At Least 12 Civilians Killed In Saudi Airstrike In Yemen
  233. South Korea Signs Controversial Intelligence Pact With Japan
  234. Colombia Govt. Ready For Revised Deal With FARC
  235. Russian Tankers Defy Eu Ban To Smuggle Jet Fuel To Syria: Sources
  236. More Than 1,000 Fighters From Iran Killed in Syrian War
  237. Syrian Army Soldiers Advance Further In Eastern Aleppo
  238. Trump Names Melania His Secretary Of State
  239. Trump Trying To Moderate His Campaign Rhetoric: Analyst
  240. Most Dangerous Thing Donald Trump Said In His New York Times Interview
  241. Have you ever written a letter to Obama and received a response?
  242. Taiwan Airline Transasia Shuts Down After 2 Deadly Crashes In 2 Years
  243. 56-car Pileup In China Leaves 17 People Dead
  244. San Antonio Police Shooting Suspect Offers Apology
  245. 6.9-magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Japan
  246. France Qatar: Two Robbed Of $5m In Road Hold-up Near Paris
  247. 'i Was A Believer': Face-to-face With Isis Inside An Iraqi Prison
  248. Fukushima: Japan Lifts Tsunami Alert After 7.4 Quake
  249. Turkey Withdraws Child Rape Bill After Street Protests
  250. Donald Trump: Us To Quit Tpp On First Day In Office