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 ()Gunmen murder Honduran indigenous leader Berta Cáceres
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Antonin Scalia. (Image: US Supreme Court.)US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies, aged 79
Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, died at the age of 79, according to a Saturday afternoon statement by Chief Justice John G. Roberts. Reports indicate Scalia died of apparently natural causes while on a trip this weekend in Texas. He was nominated for his Supreme Court position by President Ronald Reagan in 1986. Scalia's...

 ()Man threatens police with knife at Paris police stat...
According to officials, a man, whose identity was not disclosed, entered a Paris, France police station yesterday brandishing a knife before police fatally shot him. Investigators said they have found evidence indicating the attacker was associated with the militant group ISIS. A witness account to French news network i-Télé said police first told the man t...

File photo of Dira Square, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where public executions are carried out under Sharia Law; Saudi officials said the 47 people executed were not executed publicly, but rather within prisons. (Image: Luke Richard Thompson.)Saudi Arabia executes 47 people as 'terrorists'
Some of those executed were reportedly Al-Qaeda militants behind terrorist attacks. Before the executions, an Al-Qaeda branch from Yemen threatened Saudi authorities with violence if they executed their members. Among those executed was a Shia Muslim cleric who criticized both the royal family of Saudi Arabia and that of Bahrain; he condemned Bahrain's suppre...

File photo of a Mac's Convenience Store in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Image: Myke2020.)Three accused of murdering Edmonton, Alberta conveni...
Yesterday, three people, all of whom had previous criminal offenses, appeared in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada court accused of first degree murder; they allegedly killed two Mac's convenience store clerks during robberies at two different stores on Friday. According to police, the victims were alone in their respective stores when the gunmen arrived. The clerks ...

 ()UK court remands man in custody over Leytonstone kni...
A UK court has remanded a man in custody after he appeared in court over a stabbing incident in the capital London. Muhaydin Mire, a 29-year-old from east London, was charged with attempted murder after reportedly at least two people were injured, one seriously, in Leytonstone tube station on Saturday. The suspect, who spoke only to confirm personal details in...

File photo: A car bomb explodes in Iraq. (Image: SPC Ronald Shaw Jr., U.S. Army.)Car bombing kills Yemen government official; ISIS cl...
Yesterday, at least seven people including Aden, Yemen governor Jaafar Mohammed Saad died in a car bomb attack on their convoy in the city of Aden, according to local officials. An online claim of responsibility on behalf of militant group ISIS called Saad a "tyrant". An online post purportedly from the group claimed they detonated the bomb as Saad's convoy p...

 ()Gunman attacks Planned Parenthood clinic, killing th...
ss="published">Saturday, November 28, 2015  Colorado Other stories from Colorado 28 November 2015: Gunman attacks Planned Parenthood clinic, killing three, before surrendering 7 January 2015: FBI investigating explosion near NAACP office in Colorado Springs 6 March 2014: Jon Lujan named United States flag bearer for 2014 Winter Paralympics opening ceremony...

File photo of Dira Square, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where public executions are carried out under Sharia Law. (Image: Luke Richard Thompson.)At least 52, including six Shia Muslim activists, to...
James Lynch, Middle East and North Africa deputy director of Amnesty International, said Saudi Arabia was settling "political scores" under "the guise of counter-terrorism." The three Shias, Ali al-Nimr, Abdullah al-Zaher, and Hussein al-Marhoon, said they have confessed to their supposed criminal acts under torture, according to Lynch. More than 150 people ...

Coffins of some of the victims at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, photographed days after the crash. (Image: Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland.)New Polish government takes down findings on Russian...
The Law and Justice Party of Poland, which took power last week, this week removed web pages featuring the results of an investigation into the Smolensk air disaster in Russia in 2010. The cause of the crash, which killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski, is disputed. The flight was carrying high-profile political figures to attend a ceremony commemorating the...

Nearby Syntagma Square, from file. (Image: Athenswalk.)Athens bomb targets business group, damages Cypriot ...
A bombing outside the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises in central Athens, Greece early yesterday morning caused heavy damage to the Cypriot embassy across the street. Nearby Syntagma Square, from file. Image: Athenswalk. The explosion hit Xenofontos Street around 3.30 a.m. local time (0130 UTC). Police had cordoned off the area after two local newspap...

The aftermath of the attacks in Paris on November 13. (Image: Maya-Anaïs Yataghène.)Suspects detained in Belgium raids
Authorities in Belgium said police on Sunday and yesterday arrested 21 people suspected of connections with terrorism following more than twenty raids on Sunday evening and further searches yesterday in Belgium's capital Brussels and Belgian cities Charleroi and Liège. However, Salah Abdeslam, suspected of being part of the attacks in Paris on November 13, was...

File photo of Dira Square, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where public executions are carried out under Sharia Law. (Image: Luke Richard Thompson.)Saudi Arabian court convicts poet of apostasy, sente...
Fayadh has previously posted a video online of a public lashing by religious police. Mona Kareem, an activist from Kuwait calling for Fayadh's release, said "some Saudis think this was revenge by the morality police." Fayadh was detained by police in August 2013, accused of blasphemy and promoting atheism through his poems. According to Fayadh, this stemmed f...

File photo depicting an officer on patrol in Cape Town. (Image: Shi Zhao.)South African judge jails eight police for Mido Maci...
Judge Bert Bam rejected the 25-year maximum sentence, citing a lack of premeditation and the otherwise good records of the officers involved. Judge Bam said he could not be more lenient owing to a lack of remorse. Officers confronted Macia, whose illegally parked taxi was obstructing traffic in Daveyton, near Johannesburg. Macia remonstrated; an angry crowd f...

One of over 1,000 islands that make up the Maldives. (Image: Timo Newton-Syms.)Maldives President Abdulla Yameen lifts state of eme...
Attorney General Mohamed Anil cited progress in an investigation into the bombing of Yameen's speedboat in September. The state of emergency was imposed last Wednesday with Yameen reporting security concerns. The move proved controversial. The opposition Democrats accused the President of political motivations and using the powers to block a rally planned to ...

A 2010 VW Golf TDI with "Clean Diesel", one of the cars affected by the scandal. (Image: Mariordo Mario Roberto Duran Ortiz.)Volkswagen emissions scandal may affect thousands mo...
The Volkswagen emissions scandal continued yesterday with the company announcing 800,000 mainly diesel vehicles may also be affected by carbon dioxide emissions problems. The company stated "the safety of the vehicles is in no way compromised". They estimated potentially this could cost them €2bn on top of the €6.7bn set aside to pay for the cost of correctin...

Ahmed Mohamed at Ames Research Center in 2015 (Image: Courtesy of the Office of Congressman Mike Honda.)Time magazine names Ahmed Mohamed to 'Most Influenti...
Time said of Mohamed in announcing the news: "Not many people make national news by bringing a homemade clock to school. But the ninth-grader's arrest, after teachers and authorities mistook said clock for a bomb, kicked off a national debate over racial profiling". The ninth-grader's arrest [...] kicked off a national debate over racial profiling —Tim...

Trollhättan Municipality is located in western Sweden. (Image: Nordelch.)Masked man kills two in sword attack at Swedish school
The teacher died on the scene, while the student was sent to a hospital before he died. In addition, three others have been injured in the sword attacks. The injured, who are hovering "between life and death" according to Doctor Lars Spetz, have been sent to the Norra Älvsborgs Länssjukhus hospital for treatment. It is a black day for Sweden. —Stefan ...

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