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Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
Canadians detained in China could be held incommunicado for months
Analysts say the timing of their detention makes it clear this was a political decision.

Canadian Michael Spavor detained in China as Huawei row continues (BBC Front Page)

BBC Front PageDec 13, 2018
Brexit: Theresa May arrives at EU summit after surviving vote
The prime minister says she wants to get new assurances from the EU over the Irish backstop plan.

Theresa May Survives Leadership Test, but Brexit Path Unclear (WSJ World News)

BBC Front PageDec 13, 2018
European media unimpressed by May confidence vote
Newspapers on the continent say the UK PM's survival of a no-confidence vote has changed little.

NewsweekDec 13, 2018
'This Was Part of a Pattern': Congressman Says Cohen's Prison Sentence is Beginning of the End for Donald Trump
Cohen is the first of Trump's inner circle to be jailed as part of the inquiry by special counsel Robert Mueller into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

ABC NewsDec 13, 2018
French police try to catch attack suspect dead or alive
The French government spokesman says security forces are trying to catch the suspected shooter dead or alive, two days after an attack near Strasbourg's Christmas market

Christmas market gunman evades French police two days after attack (Reuters World News)
Strasbourg: Police make public appeal in Chérif Chekatt manhunt (BBC Front Page)

CBC Top StoriesDec 13, 2018
Strasbourg market attack death toll rises to 3 amid manhunt
The death toll in an attack on Strasbourg's Christmas market rose to three on Thursday as police searched through eastern France and manned checkpoints on the German border in a hunt for a fugitive alleged to be the gunman.

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
The Latest: 3 train workers detained over Turkey crash
Turkey's state-run news agency says authorities have detained three state railway agency employees suspected of negligence over a deadly train crash in the capital Ankara

High-speed train crash kills 9, injures dozens in Turkey (MSNBC Int'l News)
Turkey train crash: At least nine dead in Ankara (BBC Front Page)

Reuters World NewsDec 13, 2018
Turkish train crash in Ankara kills nine, injures 47
Nine people were killed and nearly 50 injured in Turkey when a high speed train collided with a locomotive and crashed into a station platform and overpass in an Ankara suburb early on Thursday, officials said.

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
European Central Bank ends stimulus despite growth worries
The European Central Bank says it will halt its 2.6-trillion euro ($3 trillion) stimulus program at year end — even though the economy is slowing amid worries about global trade wars and Brexit.

Two Israelis shot dead in West Bank attack as Hamas claims earlier attacks (Washington Post World News)

NYT Middle EastDec 13, 2018
With Drive-By Shootings and Deadly Manhunts, the West Bank Heats Up
Israeli security forces shot two Palestinians suspected in deadly attacks on the West Bank. Hours later, a gunman killed two Israelis.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 13, 2018
Apple to Add $1 Billion Texas Campus and Thousands of Jobs Across U.S.
The technology giant said it would also establish new 1,000-worker operations in Culver City, Calif.; San Diego and Seattle and to add hundreds of jobs in several other cities.

ABC NewsDec 13, 2018
Missing Canadians being held by China amid spat over tech exec's arrest
The two Canadians, who run NGOs, are being held in China.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 13, 2018
4 Takeaways From Michael Cohen's Sentencing
A prison sentence is a breathtaking fall for Mr. Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer and fixer.

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 13, 2018
Two Israelis killed amid spate of West Bank attacks
The latest deaths come after a newborn baby died following an attack which wounded seven Israelis.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 13, 2018
Michael Cohen, Theresa May, China: Your Thursday Briefing
Here's what you need to know.

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
Paris accord rulebook takes shape at UN climate talks
Negotiators from almost 200 countries are making a last-minute effort to resolve differences on the rules that will govern the 2015 Paris climate accord

MSNBC Int'l NewsDec 13, 2018
China detains 2nd Canadian as diplomatic spat over Huawei exec intensifies
Canada is holding Chinese telecommunications executive Meng Wanzhou, who is wanted by the United States.

BBC Front PageDec 13, 2018
Climate change: Failure to tackle warming 'suicidal'
UN secretary general tells climate negotiators in Poland that failure to make progress would be a desperate blow for the planet.

NYTimes GlobalDec 13, 2018
Minneapolis, Tackling Housing Crisis and Inequity, Votes to End Single-Family Zoning
In a bold move, Minneapolis became the first major city in the country to approve a plan to end single-family zoning citywide.

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
Turkey train crash leaves 7 dead, dozens injured
Turkish officials say that a high-speed train hit a railway engine and crashed into a pedestrian overpass at a station in the Turkish capital Ankara, killing seven people and injuring 46 others

CNN WorldDec 13, 2018
Turkey high-speed train crashes into bridge, killing four
A high-speed train has crashed near the Turkish capital Ankara killing at least four people and leaving dozens more injured, according to the city's governor Vasip Sahin.

BBC Front PageDec 13, 2018
Martin Glenn: FA chief executive to leave at end of the season
Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn is to step down at the end of the 2018-19 season.

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 13, 2018
Women allowed to race iconic Cresta Run after 89-year ban overturned
Women will be allowed to race the Cresta Run in Switzerland after 89-year ban is overturned.

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
UK PM Theresa May confirms she will quit before next UK election, scheduled for 2022
UK PM Theresa May confirms she will quit before next UK election, scheduled for 2022

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
May Day: British leader's respite won't end Brexit mess
Prime Minister Theresa May is safe, for now, but that has not brought Britain's Brexit battle any closer to resolution

BBC Front PageDec 13, 2018
Hospitals 'overcrowding risk' ahead of Christmas
Winter pressures are beginning to bite as hospitals report too many patients are on wards and ambulances face delays at A&E.

Washington Post World NewsDec 13, 2018
US-backed Syrian Kurdish fighters push into IS-held town
US-backed Syrian Kurdish fighters push deeper into IS-held eastern town in Syria, extremists' last enclave

ABC NewsDec 13, 2018
For 3rd straight year, Turkey jailed more journalists than any other country: Report
The Turkish government currently has 68 journalists jailed.

Jailing journalists has become a 'new normal,' says advocacy group (CNN World)

ABC NewsDec 13, 2018
Pilot rescued after 1950s-era fighter plane crashes in waters off Honolulu
Military exercise pilot was participating in is suspended following crash.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 13, 2018
Jailing Hundreds of Journalists Worldwide Is the ‘New Normal,' Group Finds
The Committee to Protect Journalists, an advocacy group, said more than 250 journalists were imprisoned worldwide for the third consecutive year.

NPR Topics: NewsDec 13, 2018
The Bitter Boom-And-Bust Tale Of Colorado's Bet On Local Beer Hops
Even with the backing of state-based beer giant Coors, small farmers just couldn't compete with the Pacific Northwest. And with more people choosing wine and spirits, some craft brewers are closing.

Reuters World NewsDec 13, 2018
Britain's May says she does not expect immediate Brexit breakthrough
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday she did not expect an immediate breakthrough in talks with the European Union to get the kind of reassurances she believes are necessary to get her Brexit deal through parliament.

Does More Federal Aid Raise Tuition Costs? Not For Most Students, Research Says (NPR Topics: News)

NPR Topics: NewsDec 13, 2018
Judges Ask ICE to Make Courts Off Limits To Immigration Arrests
Courts should be added to the list of "sensitive locations" that ICE officials are to avoid, judges say, arguing the justice system depends on safe and equal access to the court system.

NewsweekDec 12, 2018
Trump Biographer: Looks Like the President 'Knows He's Bleeped' and 'Something Is About to Hit the Fan'
Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison on Wednesday, he claims he committed the crimes because he felt it was his duty to cover up the president's "dirty deeds."

Michael Cohen's Lawyer Says Trump Knew Cohen Planned to Lie, That Cohen Will Talk After Mueller Probe is Finished (Newsweek)

CNBC World NewsDec 12, 2018
Defying Trump, US Senate advances measure to end support for Saudis in Yemen
In a rare break with President Donald Trump, the Senate voted on Wednesday to move ahead with a resolution to end U.S. military support for the Saudi Arabian-led coalition in the war in Yemen and lawmakers vowed to push for sanctions against the kingdom in the new year.

Defying Trump, U.S. Senate advances measure to end support for Saudis in Yemen (Reuters World News)
Senate begins historic debate on ending U.S. support for Saudi-led war in Yemen (Washington Post World News)

CNBC World NewsDec 12, 2018
After winning leadership vote, Theresa May heads to Brussels to debate Irish border
Fresh from winning a leadership vote that allows her to stay in power, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May moves on to her next obstacle: Brussels.

British Prime Minister survives a challenge to her leadership, but her vision for Brexit remains in doubt (Washington Post World News)

CNN WorldDec 12, 2018
British PM Theresa May survives no-confidence vote
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence triggered by members of her own party over her handling of Brexit. She won by 200 votes to 117.

UK's May wins no-confidence vote by MPs unhappy over Brexit (Washington Post World News)

ABC NewsDec 12, 2018
Congress reaches deal to force members to pay their own sexual harassment settlements
Members of Congress would be held personally liable for sexual harassment and retaliation settlements, requiring them to reimburse the Treasury.

Washington Post World NewsDec 12, 2018
Gunman from Christmas market attack in France still at large
Hundreds of soldiers, police and SWAT team officers combed the city of Strasbourg in eastern France for a man who sprayed a Christmas market with gunfire, killing two people and leaving one brain-dead

NPR Headline NewsDec 12, 2018
Top Cardinals Embroiled In Sexual Abuse Scandal No Longer On Papal Council
Javier Errázuriz had been accused of ignoring sexual abuse in Chile. George Pell has reportedly been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Australia.

NYTimes GlobalDec 12, 2018
Theresa May Wins More Time, but Only After a Humbling Concession
Mrs. May had offered herself as a pair of "safe hands" in negotiating Brexit. But she survived a confidence vote only after promising to eventually step down.

Reuters World NewsDec 12, 2018
British PM May survives party confidence vote but Brexit deal still teetering
British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a confidence vote by the Conservative Party on Wednesday, but a mutiny by more than a third of her lawmakers indicated parliament was heading toward deadlock over Brexit.

NewsweekDec 12, 2018
Who Will Be the Next British Prime Minister? Odds and Top Candidates After Theresa May Say She'll Step Down Before Next Election
Reports indicate that May will not put forward her candidacy for the top government post during the next election.

Reuters World NewsDec 12, 2018
Police hunt across eastern France for Strasbourg Christmas market attacker
Police searched through eastern France on Wednesday for a man suspected of killing at least two people in a gun attack on a Christmas market in Strasbourg and who was known to have been religiously radicalized while in jail.

MSNBC Int'l NewsDec 12, 2018
Ahead of no-confidence vote, U.K. leader Theresa May says she won't lead party in next election
May's leadership is on the line as lawmakers struggle over what the U.K.'s relationship with the European Union will be after the March 29 Brexit deadline.

NPR Topics: NewsDec 12, 2018
'Going To Office Hours Is Terrifying' And Other Hurdles For Rural Students In College
Some colleges are extending scholarships and other help to rural high school grads. They see benefits to diversity — and their own bottom lines — in having rural students on their campuses.
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