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  • Nigeria lifts UNICEF suspension hours after accusing staff of spying for Islamists
  • The Nigerian military on Friday lifted a suspension of United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund activities in the northeast of the country, hours after it was imposed amid accusations that UNICEF staff spied for Islamist militants in the restive region.

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  • Nigerian military lifts suspension of UNICEF activities in northeast: statement
  • The Nigerian military has lifted its suspension of activities by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in the northeast of Nigeria, it said in a statement on Friday.

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  • Kosovo approves new army despite Serb opposition, NATO criticism
  • Kosovo's parliament voted on Friday to create a 5,000-strong standing army, a week after Serbia's premier suggested the move could provoke military intervention by Belgrade.

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  • Nigerian military lifts suspension of UNICEF activities in northeast: statement
  • The Nigerian military has lifted its suspension of activities by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in the northeast of Nigeria, it said in a statement on Friday.

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  • Germany's Altmaier sees no disorderly Brexit, hopeful on U.S. trade ties
  • Germany's economy minister does not expect a disorderly Brexit and believes the danger of a major trade conflict between the European Union and the United States is not yet over but has also not grown, he told Reuters on Friday.

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  • Police probe hoax bitcoin bomb threats across U.S., Canada
  • U.S. law enforcement officials on Friday were investigating a wave of hoax emailed bomb threats demanding bitcoin payment that caused worry but no damage in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

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  • One of Khashoggi killers said 'I know how to cut' on audio, Erdogan says
  • One of the killers of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was heard saying "I know how to cut" on the audio of the killing Turkey shared with U.S. and European officials, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday.

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  • Police fire live rounds to disperse protest in Iraq's Basra
  • Security forces used live bullets and teargas on Friday to disperse protesters gathered in Iraq's southern city of Basra, but no injuries were reported.

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  • Fighting breaks out in Yemen's Hodeidah after truce deal
  • Fighting broke out on the outskirts of Yemen's port city of Hodeidah on Friday, residents said, a day after a ceasefire agreement was reached by the warring parties at U.N.-sponsored peace talks.

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  • Brazil issues arrest warrant for faith healer 'John of God'
  • A Brazilian judge on Friday issued an arrest warrant for a famed Brazilian faith healer who has been accused of sexual abuses by more than 200 women in what prosecutors say could be the worst serial sex crimes case in the country's history, authorities said.

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  • Venezuela's last anti-Maduro newspaper publishes final print edition
  • Venezuela's El Nacional newspaper, which has been heavily critical of the ruling Socialist Party, on Friday published its last print edition after struggling for years under government pressure and a collapsing economy.

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  • Brazilian president approves extradition of Italian militant
  • Brazil's President Michel Temer on Friday signed an extradition order for Italian militant fugitive Cesare Battisti wanted for murder in Italy since the 1970s, his press office said.

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  • Italy should go to early vote if government falls: cabinet official
  • Italy would have to hold new elections if the coalition government falls, a senior cabinet official and member of the co-ruling League party was quoted as saying on Friday.

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  • U.S. says China should free Canadians held after Huawei arrest
  • U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday said China should free two Canadian citizens who were detained this week after authorities in Canada arrested a senior Chinese technology executive on a U.S. extradition warrant.

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  • U.N. alarmed by Congo violence as government steps up election security
  • The U.N. human rights chief on Friday called on Congolese authorities to halt violence and inflammatory speech ahead of the country's Dec. 23 presidential election, while the government said it was beefing up security for the vote.

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  • Some see 'devil's work' as Ukrainian Church prepares to split with Russia
  • Ukrainian security service officers raided the Orthodox Christian cathedral in this northwestern town this month, saying it suspected its Russia-aligned clergy of spreading religious hatred.

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  • French minister pays respects at desecrated Jewish cemetery
  • French Interior minister Christophe Castaner on Friday paid his respects at a Jewish cemetery near Strasbourg, days after 37 of its tombstones and a monument to Holocaust victims were defaced with Nazi symbols.

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  • Colombia offers $1.4 billion additional education spending to end protests
  • Colombia will spend an additional 4.5 trillion pesos ($1.42 billion) on public higher education during President Ivan Duque's four years in office, he said on Friday, as a student strike protesting the lack of resources stretched to 10 weeks.

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  • Hungarians protest at 'slave law' labor reform
  • Around 2,000 Hungarians protested late on Wednesday outside parliament against new legislation allowing employers to ask staff to work up to 400 hours per year of overtime, a reform its critics have dubbed the "slave law".

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  • EU's Juncker takes aim at Hungary's Orban over fake news
  • European Union leaders on Friday backed a plan to tackle fake news on the internet and the bloc's chief executive rounded on one of the EU chiefs, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, as one of the main culprits in spreading disinformation.

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    Todays Headlines

    You understand by now that this site is dedicated to Heather but we decided to make it more attractive to you to offer Today's Headlines. On this way you stay informed about Heather and also about the things that's going on around the world via this new service at www.heathernova.us. The reason for this is to increase the popularity of Heather ( she really deserves a hit!) and of our Site as well because we offer you the news under your fingertips at http://www.heathernova.us And don't forget: If you like what you see, than support us by telling it to your friends about our Site. On this way you promote Heather and our beautiful site. Thanks for your cooperating and keep visiting us.