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China TV pulls Arsenal match after Ozil remarks

China TV pulls Arsenal match after Ozil remarks

China's state broadcaster CCTV removed Arsenal's Premier League game against Manchester City from its broadcast schedule on Sunday after Mesut Ozil's messages that criticized the country's policy towards its Muslim Uighur minority.
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Watch: Jamia Male Students, Shirtless, Protest Against Violence On Campus

Watch: Jamia Male Students, Shirtless, Protest Against Violence On Campus

Protests swept campuses across the country against the police crackdown at Jamia Millia Islamia after Sunday evening's violence over the new citizenship law. Students at the Aligarh Muslim University clashed with the police after their solidarity ...
NDTV
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Zerafa wants to end Horn's career this Wednesday in Brisbane rematch

Zerafa wants to end Horn's career this Wednesday in Brisbane rematch

Middleweight boxer Micheal Zerafa at a pre-match press conference for the rematch boxing fight against Jeff Horn in Brisbane says he want's to end Jeff Horn's career because 'he's not on my level'. He dismisses Jeff Horn's fittness and believes Je...
Australian Associated Press
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Baby lions and leopard rescued from poachers

Baby lions and leopard rescued from poachers

Indonesian police say they have arrested two men suspected of being part of a ring that poaches and trades in endangered animals and seized from them several lion and leopard cubs and dozens of turtles.
Associated Press
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Hong Kong protests flare up ahead of key meeting

Hong Kong protests flare up ahead of key meeting

Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas in clashes with anti-government protesters on Sunday, ahead of a potentially pivotal meeting between leader Carrie Lam and China's president in Beijing.
Reuters
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"Will Evacuate AMU Campus Today, Send All Home": UP Top Cop After Protest

"Will Evacuate AMU Campus Today, Send All Home": UP Top Cop After Protest

The Aligarh Muslim University campus will be evacuated today and all students will be sent home, the Uttar Pradesh police chief told NDTV, a day after students at the university clashed with the police. The escalating protests had hit the prestigi...
NDTV
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Philippines' quake toll rises amid hunt for survivors

Philippines' quake toll rises amid hunt for survivors

The death toll from a powerful quake that hit the southern Philippines climbs as rescuers hunt for survivors. (COMPLETES VIDI1N38FA_EN)N°1N38RL
AFP
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Minister dubs first weekday Sydney light rail run a success

Minister dubs first weekday Sydney light rail run a success

NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance speaking to media in Sydney about the first peak hour run of the light rail. Constance says the Monday run was a success and denies the travel times on the network make it an "expensive monorail". "Sydney li...
Australian Associated Press
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Chalmers says the government doesn't have a plan to deal with the economy's weaknesses

Chalmers says the government doesn't have a plan to deal with the economy's weaknesses

Shadow treasurer Jim Chlamers speaks to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). Asked about what should the government do to improve the economy, Mr Chalmers says he would like to see a tax bre...
Australian Associated Press
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Chalmers says the "Government has got the economy wrong at every single turn"

Chalmers says the "Government has got the economy wrong at every single turn"

Shadow treasurer Jim Chlamers speaks to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). "The Morrison government ends the year on a humiliating note. The workers and families of Australia, didn't ask f...
Australian Associated Press
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"Thought University Is The Safest": Jamia Student On Night Of Violence

"Thought University Is The Safest": Jamia Student On Night Of Violence

Students lay bleeding in the library and on roads and many women hid in the bushes as police stormed the Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi during violent protests against the new citizenship law, which have spread to several campuses in the...
NDTV
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Rescuers retrieve two bodies after earthquake in the Philippines

Rescuers retrieve two bodies after earthquake in the Philippines

Two bodies have been retrieved in a collapsed market in Padada after a powerful earthquake hit the southern Philippine island of Mindanao on Sunday.
AFP
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Frydenberg: Boris Johnson's win an economic opportunity for Australia

Frydenberg: Boris Johnson's win an economic opportunity for Australia

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg speaks to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). "We are very pleased about Boris Johnson's victory in the United Kingdom," Mr Frydenberg explains that MYEFO was pred...
Australian Associated Press
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Frydenberg and Cormann sell MYEFO

Frydenberg and Cormann sell MYEFO

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann speak to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). Mr Fryndenbeg says the surplus has never been an end in itself but a means to an ...
Australian Associated Press
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Cormann says the economy, wages and employment are growing as budget heads towards surplus

Cormann says the economy, wages and employment are growing as budget heads towards surplus

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann speaks to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). "Our economy continues to grow, employment growth remains strong, wages continue to grow faster than inflation...
Australian Associated Press
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Floods force hundreds of thousands of Somalis to flee their homes

Floods force hundreds of thousands of Somalis to flee their homes

About 182,000 people have been forced to flee from their homes due to flooding across Somalia, particularly in the southern areas of the country.
AFP
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Hurt By The Way Students Were Treated, I'm With Them: Jamia Top Official

Hurt By The Way Students Were Treated, I'm With Them: Jamia Top Official

The students of Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia University, who were detained by the Delhi Police after a protest march against the citizenship law ended in violence on Sunday evening, have received a strong backing from the university's Vice- Chance...
NDTV
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Delhi's Jamia Becomes War Zone Amid Clashes, Detained Students Released

Delhi's Jamia Becomes War Zone Amid Clashes, Detained Students Released

Nearly 100 students of the Jamia Millia Islamia University, who had been detained by the Delhi Police after a protest march against the citizenship law ended in violence on Sunday evening, have been released. The students were detained after the p...
NDTV
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Sydney's tinselled transporters compete to have the most festive bus.

Sydney's tinselled transporters compete to have the most festive bus.

State Transit chief executive Steffen Faurby and Kai, a patient at Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick, announce the winner of the annual Christmas buses competition. North Sydney takes out the title after Kai used all of his refined Christmas jud...
Australian Associated Press
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Delhi's Jamia Becomes War Zone Amid Clashes, Detained Students Released

Delhi's Jamia Becomes War Zone Amid Clashes, Detained Students Released

Nearly 100 students of the Jamia Millia Islamia University, who had been detained by the Delhi Police after a protest march against the citizenship law ended in violence on Sunday evening, have been released. The students were detained after the p...
NDTV
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MYEFO: Frydenberg spells out the numbers

MYEFO: Frydenberg spells out the numbers

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg speaks to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). The treasurer says the government has been paying down net debt, and therefore the interest bill on the debt means th...
Australian Associated Press
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Minute of silence to honour victims of New Zealand volcano

Minute of silence to honour victims of New Zealand volcano

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her cabinet pause for a minute's silence -- precisely a week since the volcano eruption -- in a tribute to the victims.
AFP
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Frydenberg announces a surplus but sentiment is down

Frydenberg announces a surplus but sentiment is down

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg speaks to the media in Canberra on the release of the the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook (MYEFO). He announces the first balanced budget in 11 years. "More than 1.4 million jobs have been created since we came to go...
Australian Associated Press
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Passengers describe sombre, tearful scenes in wake of White Island eruption

Passengers describe sombre, tearful scenes in wake of White Island eruption

Passengers speak to media after disembarking the Ovation of the Seas cruise ship on its arrival in Sydney from New Zealand following the fatal White Island Volcano eruption which killed at least 16 people. Passenger Joanne told media it was dreadf...
Australian Associated Press
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Top Democrats pitch GOP on Trump impeachment

Top Democrats pitch GOP on Trump impeachment

Top Democrats made a last-minute pitch to Republicans on Sunday for why they should put partisanship aside and vote to impeach President Donald Trump. Lisa Bernhard has more.
Reuters
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Romanian Freedom March commemorates those killed 30 years ago

Romanian Freedom March commemorates those killed 30 years ago

The Freedom March started from Mary's Square - originally where crowds had gathered to stop the Ceausescu's regime from evicting the reformed pastor Laszlo Tokes on the 15th December 1989. He was seen as a defender of human rights.
Euronews
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Aussies could play four quicks in Boxing Day Test

Aussies could play four quicks in Boxing Day Test

Australia made a point to look after Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins during the 296-run pink ball win over New Zealand in Perth, with one eye firmly on the Boxing Day Test.
Australian Associated Press
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Former Victoria Police commissioner Simon Overland arrives at Lawyer X Royal Commission

Former Victoria Police commissioner Simon Overland arrives at Lawyer X Royal Commission

Lawyer X informer royal commission continues as former Victoria Police commissioner Simon Overland arrives to give evidence.
Australian Associated Press
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AP Top Stories December 15

AP Top Stories December 15

Here are the top stories for Sunday, December 15th: Comey acknowledges "sloppiness" in Russia probe; Teens arrested in mall shooting; Volcano search comes up empty; A joyful win on a painful anniversary in Newtown, Connecticut.
Associated Press
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U.S. envoy in S. Korea amid Pyongyang pressure

U.S. envoy in S. Korea amid Pyongyang pressure

Stephen Biegun, the U.S. special envoy for North Korea, arrived in South Korea on Sunday as Pyongyang stepped up pressure on Washington to make concessions to revive stalled denucleasisation talks ahead of a year-end deadline.
Reuters
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Teens arrested in weekend mall shooting

Teens arrested in weekend mall shooting

Police say they have arrested two teenagers in connection with a shooting that wounded one man in a busy suburban Atlanta mall food court in the height of the Christmas shopping season.
Associated Press
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World War Two Battle of the Bulge re-enacted on 75th anniversary

World War Two Battle of the Bulge re-enacted on 75th anniversary

Hundreds of people took part in a re-enactment of the famous Battle of the Bulge to mark the 75th anniversary of the event that represented a turning point in World War Two.
Euronews
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Ovation of the Seas arrives in Sydney

Ovation of the Seas arrives in Sydney

Cruise ship Ovation of the Seas arrives at Circular Quay in Sydney on returning from New Zealand after the deadly White Island eruption.
Australian Associated Press
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After Delhi Clashes, A Night Of Student Protests Across India

After Delhi Clashes, A Night Of Student Protests Across India

Protests swept campuses across the country against the police crackdown at Jamia Milia Islamia after this evening's violence over the new citizenship law. Students at the Aligarh Muslim University clashed with the police after their solidarity mar...
NDTV
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G5 Sahel leaders seek concrete measures to counter jihadist attacks

G5 Sahel leaders seek concrete measures to counter jihadist attacks

The Leaders of the G5 Sahel countries on Sunday visited the graves of 71 Niger soldiers killed in the western town of Inates days earlier in the worst jihadist attack on security forces in Niger in memory.
Reuters
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Massive Police Crackdown After Protests In South Delhi: The New Normal?

Massive Police Crackdown After Protests In South Delhi: The New Normal?

Violence erupted on the streets of Delhi against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the protests continue to spread not only across the city but also clashes between the police and AMU students following this incident. Tonight, a special discussion...
NDTV
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Watch: Cops Were Controlling The Fire, Says Police On Delhi Clashes

Watch: Cops Were Controlling The Fire, Says Police On Delhi Clashes

Watch: Cops Were Controlling The Fire, Says Police On Delhi Clashes
NDTV
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U.N. climate summit grinds to a close after going into overtime

U.N. climate summit grinds to a close after going into overtime

A handful of major states resisted pressure on Sunday (December 15) to ramp up efforts to combat global warming as a U.N. climate summit ground to a delayed close, prompting sharp criticism from smaller countries and environmental activists.
Reuters
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Cops Seen Smashing Bikes After Protests Erupt At Aligarh University

Cops Seen Smashing Bikes After Protests Erupt At Aligarh University

Hours after a protest march by the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act ended in a pitched battle with the police, clashes erupted at the Aligarh Muslim University this evening where students...
NDTV
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Calgary man talks about tongue-tingling therapy for MS

Calgary man talks about tongue-tingling therapy for MS

A Calgary man says he has improved balance and confidence since undergoing a new neurological treatment to battle his multiple sclerosis. Isaac Kohtakangas and has been using a device that sits on the surface of the tongue and delivers mild, high-...
Canadian Press
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Albania arrests nine people over deaths in collapsed buildings after the earthquake

Albania arrests nine people over deaths in collapsed buildings after the earthquake

Nine people have been arrested in Albania in connection with the deaths of 51 people in an earthquake last month.
Euronews
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Chilean feminist anthem against rape echoes in Istanbul

Chilean feminist anthem against rape echoes in Istanbul

Around one hundred people perfom the choreography of a Chilean feminist collective, entitled "The rapist is you!", which has become a global anthem against violence against women.
AFP
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Schiff comments on impeachment, Russia probe report

Schiff comments on impeachment, Russia probe report

Schiff comments on impeachment, Russia probe report
Associated Press
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Tokyo unveils heat-busting stadium ahead of Olympics

Tokyo unveils heat-busting stadium ahead of Olympics

Tokyo formally unveils its 60,000-seater main Olympic Stadium, more than seven months before the 2020 Opening Ceremony -- with a host of special features to beat the feared heat.
AFP
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Protest At Delhi Police Headquarters After Crackdown At Jamia

Protest At Delhi Police Headquarters After Crackdown At Jamia

Protest At Delhi Police Headquarters After Crackdown At Jamia
NDTV
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WATCH | Security guard responsible for pepper spraying EFF delegates has been fired

WATCH | Security guard responsible for pepper spraying EFF delegates has been fired

EFF leader Julius Malema on Sunday rubbished claims that the EFF treats its women badly.
24.com
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Cops, Protesters Clash At Aligarh University After Violence At Jamia

Cops, Protesters Clash At Aligarh University After Violence At Jamia

Clashes erupted at the Aligarh Muslim University this evening hours after a protest march by the students of Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi ended in a pitched battle with the police. Both the universities have been witnessing protests over the cont...
NDTV
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Cops Entered Campus Without Permission, Assaulted Students, Says Jamia

Cops Entered Campus Without Permission, Assaulted Students, Says Jamia

Minutes after Delhi Police rounded up scores of students from Jamia Millia Islamia following this evening's violence, the university said the police entered the campus by force and assaulted the students. The police said they were just doing the n...
NDTV
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