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Lewis Hamilton shrugged off speculation about his Mercedes future by taking part in testing on Tuesday -- only to quit early because he felt unwell, reports said.
 
With Syria's Russian-backed military appearing close to seizing total control of Aleppo, U.S. officials concede they have little to no chance of securing a diplomatic breakthrough to halt the five-and-a-half-year civil war in President Barack Obama's last weeks in office.
 
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah re-elected him party head Tuesday as the movement opened its first congress since 2009 with talk mounting of who will eventually succeed the 81-year-old.
 
Wildfires raging across the U.S. southeast are bearing down on Dollywood, the glitzy theme park founded in Tennessee by American country music legend Dolly Parton.
 
Gambian president's final rally
Supporters cheer Gambian President Yahya Jammeh during his final rally in Banjul, Gambia, Tuesday, Nov. 29. Gambia's opposition parties are rallying together behind a single candidate for the first time in decades, forming a coalition they hope will oust longtime President Yahya Jammeh, who has been accused of human rights abuses throughout his 22-year rule.
 
An outspoken billionaire Saudi prince has called for an "urgent" end to his country's ban on women driving.
 
A German working in intelligence has been exposed as "a suspect Islamist," Germany's domestic security agency said on Tuesday, following reports he was planning an attack on the agency's headquarters.
 
Ugandan prosecutors charged the Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere with murder Tuesday, accusing him of commanding a militia from his palace with the aim of creating an independent state straddling Uganda and Congo.
 
The U.N.'s refugee agency (UNHCR) has written to the mayor of Rome voicing alarm over the hundreds of migrants sleeping rough on the capital's streets while thousands more with legal residency are forced to live in squats.
 
President Jacob Zuma escaped a move to oust him as the leader of South Africa by senior members of his ruling party, it was announced Tuesday.
 
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