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KSPRCrash at church Christmas concert: 3 killed, 2 critically injuredLos Angeles TimesThree women were killed and two others critically injured when a suspected DUI driver plowed into a crowd leaving a school Christmas concert in Redondo Beach, police said. lRelated 13 hit as they look at holiday lights; driver has DUI history, no license.Woman, 56, Arrested After Car Slams Into CrowdABC NewsPolice Identify Driver Who Allegedly Killed 3 In Redondo Beach CrashCBS LocalPedestrians hit, killed outside California churchWashington PostU-T San Diego -The Daily Breeze -New York Postall 251 news articles »
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Voice of AmericaUS Says N. Korea Behind Sony CyberattackVoice of AmericaWASHINGTON—. Media reports say the U.S. has determined that North Korea is behind the hacking of Sony Pictures, which gave in to security concerns and canceled the release of a film about a fictional plot to assassinate Pyongyang's leader, Kim Jong Un.FBI points digital finger at North Korea for Sony hacking attackFox NewsUS Said to Find North Korea Ordered Cyberattack on SonyNew York TimesSony Cyberattack May Be Costliest EverABC NewsCNN -Washington Post -USA TODAYall 8,029 news articles »
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Washington PostSecret US-Cuba diplomacy ended in landmark deal on prisoners, future tiesWashington PostThe secret diplomacy that would upend more than 50 years of hostility between the United States and Cuba was a year and half in the making. It started with an American overture to Cuba and a series of nine meetings in Canada, beginning in June 2013, ...US and Cuba Move to Thaw Relations After Prisoner ExchangeTIMEExiles Divided on Plans to Thaw US-Cuba RelationsABC NewsObama looks to Cuba to test an old theoryCNNTelegraph.co.uk -Bloomberg -BBC Newsall 7,863 news articles »
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New York TimesJourney to Reconciliation Visited Worlds of Presidents, Popes and SpiesNew York TimesWASHINGTON — The deal that freed an American jailed in Cuba and ended 53 years of diplomatic estrangement between the United States and Cuba was blessed at the highest levels of the Holy See but cut in the shadowy netherworld of espionage.Obama and Vatican worked in secret to reach deal with CubaBoston GlobeThursday's Morning Email: Behind The US-Cuba DealHuffington PostPope praises the diplomacy of US-Cuba accordU-T San DiegoCBS Newsall 1,099 news articles »
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Wall Street JournalRussian President Vladimir Putin Strikes Harsh Tone on With WestWall Street JournalMOSCOW—President Vladimir Putin accused the West of trying to subdue and disarm Russia at a defiant annual news conference Thursday, and blamed “external factors”—chiefly the drop in oil prices—for the collapse of Russia's currency and stock market.Putin: West is trying to 'defang' the Russian bearCharlotte ObserverVladimir Putin predicts Russian rebound to take 2 yearsFinancial TimesPutin claims U.S., Europe sanctions 'declaw' RussiaNew York Daily NewsHuffington Post -The Independent -Telegraph.co.ukall 5,913 news articles »
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Philly.comAccused Boston Marathon bomber due in court on ThursdayBangor Daily NewsBOSTON — Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is due in court Thursday, his first appearance in public in more than a year, as his lawyers prepare for the January start of his trial on charges of carrying out the deadly 2013 attack. Tsarnaev ...Tsarnaev appears in court for 1st time since 2013Arkansas OnlineBoston bombing: Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to appear in public for first time ...The IndependentTsarnaev appears in court for first time since 2013SouthCoastToday.comThe Straits Times -Contra Costa Times -BostInnoall 165 news articles »
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Telegraph.co.ukUPDATE 1-Cameroon army kills 116 Boko Haram militants, defence ministry saysReuters(Adds detail, context). YAOUNDE Dec 18 (Reuters) - Cameroon's army killed 116 Boko Haram militants on Wednesday when they attacked a base in the Far North region of the country, said defence ministry spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Didier Badjeck.Nigeria sentences mutinous soldiers to death as Boko Haram stages major attackChristian Science MonitorBoko Haram 'kidnap 100 villagers' in NigeriaTelegraph.co.ukSuspected Boko Haram gunmen kidnap nearly 200 people in NigeriaABC Onlineeuronews -Newsweek -Daily Mailall 470 news articles »
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Fox BusinessKCEN News Staff Shaken by Meteorologist's Shooting: 'I Knew It Was Our Patrick'mediabistro.comCapture Meteorologist Patrick Crawford of Tyler, Texas NBC affiliate KCEN is reportedly stable and resting after surgery at Baylor Scott and White Hospital. Crawford was shot while sitting in his car (pictured) outside the KCEN studios Wednesday in an ...Meteorologist Remains in Hospital after Shooting outside Texas TV StationKARKTV meteorologist in central Texas shot while in studio parking lot; authorities ...Fox BusinessPolice seek gunman after Central Texas TV meteorologist shotFox News1340 WJOL -Killeen Daily Herald -KFOX El Pasoall 451 news articles »
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IBNLiveIndia terms Lakhvi bail 'unfortunate', wants Pak govt to reverse decisionHindustan TimesA Pakistani court on Thursday granted bail to 26/11 mastermind and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, sparking outrage in India which minced no words to condemn the decision as unacceptable and unfortunate. His bail came a day ...India says bail to Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi unacceptable, demands its reversalEconomic TimesPakistan grants bail to main Mumbai attack suspectMiamiHerald.comIndia calls Lakhvi's bail 'unfortunate', hopes Pakistan govt will appeal to get it ...Zee NewsFirstpost -Financial Expressall 290 news articles »
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