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Jakarta Post | 2016-01-01

Firecrackers leave 1 dead, 380 injured in Philippines

Philippine officials say firecrackers have left at least one man dead, 380 other revelers injured and caused a fire...

Indian capital starts plan to cut pollution by limiting cars

The Indian capital on Friday kicked off a sweeping plan to reduce its record-high air pollution by limiting the numbers of cars on the streets for two weeks....

Voa News | 2016-01-01

DRC President Grants Amnesty to Jailed Dissidents

Nick Long GOMA, DRC— The Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) president has granted an amnesty for prisoners convicted of belonging to a banned movement,...

BBC News | 2016-01-01

David Cameron pledges 2016 'game-changer' in new year's message

David Cameron says 2016 will be a "game-changer" for the UK, pledging reforms to home ownership and a crackdown on extremism. In a new year message, the PM says...

WorldNews.com | 2015-12-31

NASA Scientist: 'Godzilla El Nino Strong, Shows No Signs Of Waning' In USA

To the dismay of many, the damaging effects being felt by this year’s El Niño weather phenomenon “shows no signs of waning,” and, in fact, the biggest impact on...

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Belfast Telegraph | 2016-01-01

Why I'm allowed to dream in 2016... even when it comes to our leaders

It feels odd to be writing a column in 2015 that will be published in 2016. Odd, and strangely...

Why Africa isn’t rising

“The Looting Machine” is a bracing look at why a continent blessed with one-third of the...

CBS News | 2015-12-31

Why year-end investors should bail on oil stocks

There's still time to harvest tax losses in energy shares -- here's the case for selling some losers...

Sydney Morning Herald | 2015-12-31

The umpire strikes back: Does cricket rely too much on technology?

Has cricket started to depend on technology too much? The progression of the standard of technology...

The Guardian | 2015-12-31

Finding, or not, a new particle could change the world. Here's one way how

What have we learned this year from particle collisions at a new, record-breaking energy at CERN’s...

George Lucas criticises Star Wars: The Force Awakens

U.S. stocks ended 2015 slightly down, capping volatile year

Dam Removal Found To Restore Damaged Ecosystems More Rapidly Than Expected

News24.com | WhatsApp crashes almost worldwide on New Year's Eve

How Satoru Iwata Helped Bring Pokemon to America

Chicago police reforms should make force last option, mayor said

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