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BBC World News
Venezuela opposition banned from running in 2018 election
President Maduro says the three main opposition parties cannot compete against him in 2018.
Josh Homme: Queens of the Stone Age frontman kicks woman
The rock star says he is sorry for kicking the photographer, who says he did it on purpose.
In Your Face: China’s all-seeing state
China has been building what it calls "the world's biggest camera surveillance network".
German spy agency warns of Chinese LinkedIn espionage
Germany's spy agency says China is using the site to gather information on politicians.
California wildfires: Santa Barbara threatened by Thomas fire
Fresh evacuations are ordered as the largest of the state's wildfires burns largely uncontrolled.
UK has a new highest mountain
Scientists re-measure the tallest mountains in the Antarctic territory claimed by Britain.
Netanyahu: Palestinians must face reality over Jerusalem
Israel's prime minister says Jerusalem has "never been the capital of any other people".
Wild elephant attacks a bus
An elephant attacked a bus in southwest China while its driver was inside.
Brexit: Theresa May claims new sense of optimism in talks
The UK prime minister will tell MPs she did not cave into Brussels in her deal to unlock talks.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Ican warns nuclear war 'a tantrum away'
Accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, Ican's Beatrice Fihn appears to refer to the North Korean crisis.
Bitcoin futures trading begins on Cboe exchange in Chicago
Trading in futures contracts is a step towards legitimising the digital currency, its supporters say.
Actress Zaira Wasim: I was molested on flight
Indian star Zaira Wasim, 17, says she was touched inappropriately on a flight from Delhi.
Sudan women in trousers: No indecency charges
The 24 women had attended a party raided by morality police near the capital, Khartoum.
UK snow: Power and travel disruption across country
Weather affects travel and leads to power cuts, with hundreds of schools set to stay closed on Monday.
Basingstoke photographer Laura Donohoe says this dress saved her life
Laura Donohoe faced life in a wheelchair, but this dress got her walking again.
What not to say to men who can’t have kids
Opening up about male infertility.
Seven charts that explain the plastic pollution problem
More and more waste plastic is ending up in our oceans. How big is the problem and why is plastic such a threat?
Stefano Tresca: 'Fight your battles on a single front'
CEO Secrets: Tech start-ups should concentrate on their core business and fight on one front at a time, says Stefano Tresca
Guantanamo Bay: Should inmate artwork go on display?
Much of their artwork features the ocean, which despite being yards away, is hidden from view.
Australian town driven batty by flying foxes
Residents of an Australian town are being overwhelmed by thousands of flying foxes.
Yahoo World News
North Korea’s Kim will not be intimidated, To get a read on North Korea, watch the US, not China, Why Pope Francis didn’t say ‘Rohingya,’ Can Zimbabwe’s new president be ‘born again’?, Don’t ignore the EU’s role in Libyan migrant slavery
“North Korea continued its defiance of the international community with the test of yet another ballistic missile [Nov. 29],” states an editorial. “In response to this latest outrage, concerned governments continue to try to muster a concerted effort to constrain North Korean behavior.... Still, flaws in the strategy to do so remain unfixed and must be remedied.... The challenge is for the U.S. and partners like Japan to articulate a diplomatic settlement that Pyongyang can support.
Readers write: Seeing the other side, more Lebanon coverage, investigation recap, uranium story presentation
Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test? Regarding the Nov. 6 Monitor Daily article “Lebanese departure shows Saudi response to Iran’s rising role”: Please continue covering Lebanon. Regarding the Nov. 13 Monitor Daily article “Mueller investigation: what we’ve learned, and what comes next”: This article summarized weeks of speculation, opinion, and partisan reporting.
After many days in court, travel ban nearing final resolution
President Trump’s efforts to restrict entry to the United States for citizens from eight countries came a few steps closer to a final resolution this week. Two federal appeals courts heard arguments on whether the latest version of the travel ban, which would effect 150 million mostly-Muslim people, should be allowed to go ahead. The week began with the Supreme Court allowing Mr. Trump’s latest proclamation – the third iteration of the travel ban – to go into effect pending the decisions from the two appeals courts.
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