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Hundreds of Russian truck drivers head to Moscow for protest
Russian truck drivers have been protesting across the country, and one of their leaders says hundreds of trucks are now heading toward Moscow to press their demands.
President to head to France for major climate conference
The critical global climate conference kicks off in Paris tomorrow and President Barack Obama is among world leaders arriving today as he tries to cement a legacy of environmental protection.
Bodies of 8 slain men found dumped in southeastern Mexico
Authorities in Mexico say the bodies of eight slain men have been found dumped in a southeastern town.
Iran unveils upgraded model for oil contracts
Iran has unveiled a new model of oil contracts aimed at attracting foreign investment once sanctions are lifted under a landmark nuclear deal reached earlier this year.
In the land of Scrooge, a soft spot for Christmas ads
Forget Black Friday. People in Britain know the Christmas season has arrived when the big budget holiday ads start to appear.
Energy-rich Russia pays little attention to climate change
When forest fires roared through Siberia this summer, so vast that the smoke blocked vast Lake Baikal from satellite view, Russian officials blamed the blazes on arsonists and disorganized fire crews. Environmentalists say there was another culprit: global warming.
UK government minister quits amid Conservative bullying row
A British government minster has resigned amid a crisis over alleged bullying within the governing Conservative Party sparked by the death of a young activist.
Pope to visit Central African Republic's divided capital
Georgette Dossio mourns a son whose body she can never bury. Sitting on the dirt under a tent of scrap wood and tarp, she is comforted by her neighbors at the airport displaced-persons camp where she has lived for nearly two years.
Death of man in police custody sparks riots in Egypt
A senior Egyptian police official and witnesses say the death of a man in police custody has sparked riots in the southern Luxor province, wounding four policemen and at least one civilian.
Canadian PM Trudeau: Syrian refugees not security risk
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has slowed down plans to settle 25,000 Syrian refugees within weeks in order to allay citizens' security concerns after the Paris attacks.
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