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Bangladesh questions family of man accused of NYC attack
Bangladesh's government condemned an attack on New York City's subway system, as it emerged that the suspect is an immigrant from the South Asian nation.

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Poll: Over 90 percent of Palestinians oppose Trump move
A new Palestinian opinion poll finds overwhelming opposition to President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

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Lawmakers extend German military missions until spring
German lawmakers have extended the military's participation in missions against the Islamic State group and in Afghanistan, Mali and Iraq until the spring of 2018.

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Thailand welcomes easing of EU political sanctions
Thailand's military junta has welcomed the European Union's decision to ease political sanctions imposed against it for overthrowing an elected government in 2014.

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Syrian opposition says government obstructing Geneva talks
The Syrian opposition claims the government delegation to the Geneva peace talks is coming up with new conditions, making it difficult to move forward.

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German union calls for strike by pilots at Ryanair
A union is calling on German-based pilots at budget airline Ryanair to strike in a dispute over pay and conditions, though it says there will be no walkouts in the days around Christmas.

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Le Pen's party charged with alleged EU funds misuse
The party of French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has been charged with allegedly misusing European Parliament funds to pay parliamentary aides who did political work for the National Front.

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Macedonia's Zaev set to warm up ties with Greece, Kosovo
Macedonia's prime minister repeated his will to reach a solution with Greece following more than two decades of dispute over his country's name.

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US ambassador to UK hopes for Trump visit in new year
America's ambassador to Britain says he hopes US President Donald Trump will visit the UK next year despite his recent Twitter dispute with Prime Minister Theresa May.

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India says Chinese construction on river dirtying water
Officials in India's northeast are complaining that Chinese construction activity on the upper reaches of one of Asia's largest river that flows into India are likely turning the waters downstream turbid and unfit for human consumption.

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EU suspends aid to Cambodian election commission
The European Union says it has suspended assistance to Cambodia's election commission following last month's dissolution of the country's main opposition party, and warned that next July's general election will not be legitimate if the opposition is not allowed to participate.

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Thousands of Russian private contractors fighting in Syria
Before he was killed by a sniper in Syria at age 23, Ivan Slyshkin wrote a poignant message on social media to his fiancee: "We will see each other soon — and I will hold you as tight as I possibly can."

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Greece: 2nd climber dies on snowy slopes of Mt. Olympus
Greek authorities say they have recovered the body of a climber who died while attempting to scale Mount Olympus, the country's highest mountain, in the second such deadly accident there since last week.

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Oscar Pistorius injured in prison fight over telephone: report
Former Paralympic champion and convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius was injured in a prison fight last week over the use of a public phone.

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Russian youth activists canvass uphill for opposition leader
Moscow teenagers Kirill Strizhov and Alexander Pelevin have never known a Russia without President Vladimir Putin.

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UK inflation rate rises unexpectedly to 3.1 percent
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will have to write a letter to Britain's Treasury chief explaining why inflation in the country is running by more than a percentage point above target.

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Iran state TV: 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocks southern Iran
Iran's state TV says that a magnitude 6.2 earthquake has jolted the country's southern province of Kerman.

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Blast in Austrian gas plant kills one, injures 18
An explosion at a natural gas facility near Austria's border with Slovakia killed one person on Tuesday, authorities say.

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Austria: 1 dead, 18 hurt in explosion at natural gas plant
Authorities say that an explosion at a natural gas facility near Austria's border with Slovakia has left one person dead.

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Thousands still without power after storm Ana hit France
About 36,000 households across France are still without power after Storm Ana hit the country.

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Pablo Escobar's hit man Popeye accused of violating parole
Colombian authorities are seeking to re-arrest a former hit man for the late drug lord Pablo Escobar for violating his parole after he was caught partying with a major drug trafficker.

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Officials from UN, North Korea agree situation is dangerous
The United Nations says its political chief and North Korea's foreign minister agree that the current situation on the Korean peninsula is the most dangerous security issue in the world.

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Mexico conservative party chief resigns, eyes presidency bid
The head of Mexico's conservative National Action Party presented his resignation Saturday, positioning himself to run for president as the candidate of a left-right coalition in an increasingly crowded field.

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1 man dies, another injured climbing Greece's Mount Olympus
Police say one man has died and another was slightly injured as they attempted to climb Mount Olympus, Greece's highest mountain.

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Arab foreign ministers meet in Cairo over Jerusalem
Arab foreign ministers gathered in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, on Saturday for an emergency meeting designed to formulate a unified response to President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a move that has sparked anger and protests in the Arab world.

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