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New York mayor Bill de Blasio calls for suspension of protests after shooting of police officers

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Mayor Bill de Blasio has called for protesters to suspend demonstrations in the aftermath of the killing of two New York City police officers.

NY mayor calls for end to protests

published about 2 hours ago
NY Mayor Bill de Blasio says it's time for the troubled city to unite and mourn two murdered police officers.

South Korea preps for cyber attack after nuclear reactor data leaks

published about 3 hours ago
South Korea is investigating the online leak of partial blueprints and operating manuals for some of its nuclear reactors, as the perpetrator threatens to continue ... more

11 hurt after van drives into Xmas market

published about 3 hours ago
Eleven people have been injured in the French town of Nantes when a driver crashed his van into a busy Christmas market.

Pope Francis says Vatican administration is sick with power and greed

published about 3 hours ago
The Vatican's top administrators would have been expecting an exchange of pleasantries at their annual Christmas meeting with Pope Francis on Monday.

China probes Ling Jihua, former senior aide to Hu Jintao, over graft

published about 3 hours ago
* Sources say Ling may escape prosecution

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