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December 16th
Negotiators from around the world agreed on a rulebook to curb global warming, seeking to bolster the 2015 Paris accord amid concerns that countries would fail to deliver on their commitments.
December 16th
Ahmad Sawadi works with other Syrian exiles to track the whereabouts of defeated Islamic State leaders seeking an escape to Turkey and Europe.
December 16th
Mexico’s new President Andrés Manuel López Obrador unveiled a budget proposal for 2019 that calls for a moderate increase in spending without raising taxes or the country’s debt.
December 16th
A tentative deal between warring parties in Yemen is being hailed as a breakthrough by international diplomats even as they warn it must still be implemented.
December 16th
The father of the 7-year-old child and his lawyers said that neither the hospital nor the medical examiner has released a cause of her death and that any details about what led to her death are premature.
December 15th
Protesters gathered across France for a fifth successive weekend but in smaller numbers than previously, suggesting a shift in the intensity of an antigovernment movement that has forced concessions from President Emmanuel Macron.
December 15th
Ukraine declared the founding of a national Orthodox church independent of Russia, stripping the Kremlin of an instrument it has used for centuries in efforts to dominate its neighbor.
December 15th
Russian lawyers are racking up billable hours and profits helping companies hit by sanctions navigate treacherous legal terrain—and preparing others in case they are targeted next. It’s a niche big international firms can’t touch.
December 15th
When British politicians launched Brexit negotiations after the country’s 2016 referendum, they were confident they could win a special deal by finding allies among the 27 remaining members of the bloc. That strategy misfired.
December 14th
China is temporarily removing the punitive tariffs placed on U.S.-made cars and auto parts in a concession intended to smooth trade negotiations.
December 16th
Ranil Wickremesinghe is sworn into office, two months after his sacking sparked a political crisis.
December 16th
Indonesia, the nation with the world's largest Muslim population, has a rapidly growing middle class - and some very rich people with money to burn.
December 15th
Cyclone Owen has been downgraded to a tropical low, but storm and flood warnings remain in place.
December 15th
The Balangiga church bells have been returned to the Philippines, 117 years after the US seized them.
December 15th
The three Balangiga church bells return to the Philippines after 117 years in US possession.
December 15th
PM Scott Morrison says Australia will not immediately move its embassy from Tel Aviv.
December 15th
North Korea is trying to develop civilian technologies but can it become an innovation powerhouse?
December 14th
Witnesses say people fell ill after eating rice following a ceremony in the state of Karnataka.
December 14th
The country's finance ministry also confirms plans to suspend higher tariffs on US-made cars.
December 14th
A beauty queen's comments and apology about non-English speaking contestants causes a stir on social media.