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Saturday, November 21, 2015
A knife-wielding Palestinian fatally stabbed two Israeli men and wounded a third Israeli in a Tel Aviv office building on Thursday before being apprehended, police and witnesses said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday called for a united front by Muslim leaders to fight extremism after the Paris attacks, warning that otherwise jihadists will commit further atrocities.
More Mexicans leaving US than coming: study
More Mexicans are leaving than moving into the United States, reversing the flow of a half-century of mass migration, according to a study published Thursday.
US must push Arab leaders to confront IS: Clinton
Hillary Rodham Clinton said America must lead the effort to fight Islamic State militants, but she called on Arab nations to increase their involvement in the wake of deadly attacks in Paris.
Venezuela on Thursday demanded that Washington identify the agents involved in an alleged case of "outrageous" U.S. spying against the state-run oil giant PDVSA.
Italy has thwarted a mobster plan to assassinate the country's home minister, arresting six Mafia bosses in the Sicilian town of Corleone, police said Friday.
The African Union blasted the world's only permanent war crimes court Wednesday for its unrelenting focus on the continent, as it called for a case against Kenya's deputy president to be dropped.
It was like "Dante's inferno" at the Bataclan music venue in Paris where jihadist gunmen mowed down 89 rock fans within a couple of hours, one of the first police officers at the scene told AFP on Wednesday. It took the first squad from the crack BRI police unit 35 minutes to reach the scene of the worst violence wreaked Friday by three teams of gunmen and suicide bombers at the national stadium, the music hall, and cafes and restaurants, the officer said.
"Between the World and Me," Ta-Nehisi Coates' brief, unflinching meditation on race and police violence, won the U.S. National Book Award for nonfiction on Wednesday night. The fiction prize was given to Adam Johnson's "Fortune Smiles," an eclectic and edgy story collection set everywhere from the former East Germany to a Louisiana community reeling from Hurricane Katrina.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Canada will be 'strong' partner against IS: Trudeau to Obama
Canada's freshly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to remain a "strong" partner in the fight against the Islamic State group Thursday, during a first formal meeting with President Barack Obama.
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