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Reuters World NewsDec 12, 2018
Yemen warring parties agree to reopen Sanaa airport, resume oil, gas exports
Yemen's warring parties agreed on Wednesday to reopen Sanaa airport in the Houthi-held capital and resume oil and gas exports, sources said, as Western nations pressed them to accept confidence-building steps before the end of U.N.-led peace talks in Sweden.

The Latest: UN envoy hands Yemen's warring sides draft deal (Washington Post World News)

CNN WorldDec 12, 2018
Hines Ward: Dallas Cowboys figuring it out at perfect time
Two-time Super Bowl champion and CNN Sport contributor Hines Ward talks about his experiences from his 14 years in the NFL as well as providing other football observations. He was speaking to CNN's Perry Kostidakis.

CNBC World NewsDec 12, 2018
Hackers hit global government and defense firms with cyberspying campaign, McAfee says
Hackers infiltrated dozens of companies around the world with advanced malicious software that extracted information from their systems, according to McAfee.

NPR Headline NewsDec 12, 2018
Senate Poised To Vote To End U.S. Military Support For War In Yemen
A bipartisan resolution directs the administration to end military assistance to the Saudi-led conflict. It draws on the Vietnam-era War Powers Act, marking the first debate on this war authority.

U.S. Senate advances resolution to end military support for Saudis in Yemen (Reuters World News)

Washington Post World NewsDec 12, 2018
The Latest: Climate talks in Poland enter ‘critical phase'
Dozens of rich and poor countries are announcing that they will step up action to curb global warming in an effort to kick start stalled climate talks

NPR Headline NewsDec 11, 2018
'Time' Person Of The Year For 2018: Journalists Under Attack In 'War On Truth'
Time calls them "guardians" in a struggle against lies and misinformation that has pit news agencies against political groups and governments.
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