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1. 12-03 Egypt Islamists widen poll lead Egypt
12-03 Cain suspends US presidency bid Atlanta, US Georgia
D. 12-04 Iran shoots down American drone Iran
4. 12-04 United Russia party suffers exit poll blow Russia
F. 12-08 At least 89 died in fire in Calcutta hospital fire Calcutta, India
G. 12-09 Eurozone deal reached without UK Belgium
7. 12-10 Russian protests biggest in years Moscow
I. 12-12 Canada pulls out of Kyoto accord Canada
J. 12-13 Deadly attack rocks Belgian city Liege, Belgium

Summary.     Click for More > Last US troops withdraw from Iraq
Egypt Islamists widen poll lead Cain suspends US presidency bid   US presidential hopeful Herman Cain has said he is suspending his campaign for the Republican nomination   Iran shoots down American drone  A U.S. drone was shot down in eastern Iran, state media reported, citing a military source United Russia party suffers exit poll blow At least 89 died in fire in Calcutta hospital fire   Investigators have arrested six hospital managers after a fire. A majority of the bed-ridden patients were abandoned by most of the staff on... Eurozone deal reached without UK Russian protests biggest in years Canada pulls out of Kyoto accord Deadly attack rocks Belgian city Chirac found guilty on corruption charges US flag ceremony ends war in Iraq Philippines storm kills hundreds Map of Mindanao Philippines
Dec.1  Myanmar  Hillary Clinton meets Aung San Suu Kyi
 Pakistan  Al-Qaeda says it has US citizen
Dec.2  Washington  Unemployment in US falls to 8.6%
Dec.3   Egypt
  US Georgia
 West Germany  WWII bomb evacuation on the Rhine
Dec.4   Iran
  Russia
 West Germany  Afghan conference as Nato eye exit
Dec.5  Paris  German, French leaders meet
 Paris  France, Germany outline fiscal pact
Dec.6  Kabul  Dozens killed in sectarian Afghan attack
Dec.7  Syria  No guilt over crackdown, says Assad
 Thailand  US man jailed in Thai royal case
Dec.8  Moscow  Putin blames Clinton for election unrest
  India
 China  608 arrested in child-trafficking bust
 Virginia  Two die in Virginia Tech shooting
 Belgium  EU-wide treaty change bid fails
Dec.9   Belgium
 Congo  Joseph Kabila 're-elected'
 Iran  American missing in Iran seen in video
Dec.10   Moscow
 South Africa  Climate talks end with late deal
Dec.11  Pakistan  Pakistan to keep Nato convoy ban
 South Korea  Chinese fishermen 'stab Koreans'
Dec.12  Washington  Iraq PM in Washington as pullout looms
  Canada
 UN  UN estimates 5,000 killed in Syria
Dec.13   Belgium
Dec.14  North Carolina  Obama speech marks end of Iraq war
Dec.15   Paris
  Baghdad
 Northern Japan  Japan declares Fukushima stable
Dec.16  Kazakhstan  Clashes hit Kazakh oil strike town
 UN Security Council  UN lifts Libyan banks sanctions
Dec.17   Southern Philippines
  A tropical storm has killed at least 430 people in the Philippines, with flash floods leaving many others missing. Tens of thousands of people have fled.    Many villagers on the coast of Mindanao were swept into the sea after Tropical Storm Washi brought heavy ...
 U.S. Senate  US Senate passes key funding bill
  Iraq
  The last convoy of US troops to leave Iraq has entered Kuwait, nearly nine years after the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein
 The column of about 100 armoured vehicles carrying 500 soldiers crossed the Iraqi desert. At the peak of the operation there were 170,000 US troops
Dec.18   Czech Republic Czech statesman Vaclav Havel dies  Southern Philippines  Death toll from storm tops 650   North Korea   N Korean leader Kim Jong-il dies
  North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has died at the age of 69, state-run television in an emotional statement has announced
 The announcer, wearing black, said he had died of physical and mental over-work. He has been the dictator of the communist country since the death of his father Kim Il-sung in 1994. Kim Jong-il suffered a stroke in 2008 and was absent from public view for months. His designated successor is believed to be his son, Kim Jong-woon
Dec.19   Baghdad Arrest warrant issued for vice president Dec.20  North Korea  North Korea leader lies in state  Tokyo  Japan raids Olympus headquarters Dec.21  Syria  'Horrific massacres' cry Syrian opposition  Finland  Finns stop 'Patriot missile' ship   Baghdad Multiple Iraq blasts kill at least 63 people Dec.22   Southern Philippines Floods: More than 1,000 remain missing  North Korea  N. Korea welcomes South's delegations Dec.23   Syria Syria 'suicide attacks kill 40'  U.S. Congress  Obama beats Congress in tax fight  London  Prince Philip in hospital after chest pain  Cuba  Cuba to release 2,900 prisoners Dec.24  Moscow  Thousands take to streets  Vatican  Pope berates Christmas 'glitter' Dec.25   Nigeria Churches bombed on Christmas Day  North Korea  South Korean delegation enters North Dec.26   Syria Arab League observers arrive in Syria   Members of an Arab League delegation arrived to look into events on the ground and whether Syria is upholding a commitment to end a brutal c...   Jerusalem Clashes in Israel segregation row Dec.27  Syria  Security forces fire on protesters in Homs  Syria  Homs residents confront Arab League team  North Korea  Mourners fill Pyongyang streets for Kim Dec.28   North Korea Kim Jong-il state funeral held in N. Korea   North Korea has begun two days of funeral services for late leader Kim Jong-il with a huge procession in the capital, Pyongyang  Gulf  U.S.: Iran blocking Hormuz unacceptable'  Syria  Unrest continues as Arab monitors fan out  North Korea  Thousands gather for Kim memorial Dec.29   North Korea N Korea hails Kim's son as leader   North Korea has hailed late leader Kim Jong-il's son, Kim Jong-un, as 'supreme leader of the party, state and army'   Turkey Turkey raid kills 35 on Iraq border  Syria  Syria monitors visit Damascus amid violence  Cairo  17 non-governmental organisations raided  Russia  Nuclear submarine in dock fire  North Korea  North Korea: 'Expect no change' Dec.30  Syria  Mass Syria rallies prompt clashes Dec.31  Global  Revellers mark turn of the year


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European Union
Merkel ready for closer euro union
Afghan conference as Nato eye exit
German, French leaders meet
France, Germany outline fiscal pact
Taliban could return, Karzai warns
Ratings agency warns euro nations
New EU treaty 'may not be needed'
EU leaders face key summit test
EU-wide treaty change bid fails
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France, Germany outline fiscal pact
Ratings agency warns euro nations
WWII bomb evacuation on the Rhine
Afghan conference as Nato eye exit
Nadal win gives Spain Davis Cup
Manchester giants crash out
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USA
US Senate passes Iran sanctions
Herman Cain weighs campaign future
US urges Israel to end 'isolation'
Cain suspends US presidency bid
Obama expresses condolences to Pakistan
Obama slams Republican economics
Blagojevich sentenced to 14 years
Two die in Virginia Tech shooting
Unemployment in US falls to 8.6%
Farmville game designer Zynga plans IPO
Obama slams Republican economics
Twitter reveals 2011 hot topics
Obama expresses condolences to Pakistan
US marks Pearl Harbor 70 years on
Tiger claims first win in two years
Herman Cain weighs campaign future
Cain suspends US presidency bid
Arab Countries
Biden honors U.S., Iraqi troops
Egypt postpones election results
Egypt Islamists widen poll lead
Arab League issues Syria new deadline
Military council formed
No guilt over crackdown, says Assad
Prime minister intended target of bomber
Tariq Aziz to be executed
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Biden honors U.S., Iraqi troops
23 people killed in Syria as violence
Military council formed
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Egypt postpones election results
Egypt Islamists widen poll lead
Runoff races to shape of parliament
Russia
United Russia party suffers exit poll blow
Moscow protest after Russia vote
Putin plays down election losses
Putin blames Clinton for election unrest
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  Hillary Clinton meets Aung San Suu Kyi   Hillary Clinton is holding further talks with pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, where they are expected to discuss rights and democracy Al-Qaeda says it has US citizen Unemployment in US falls to 8.6%   Egypt Islamists widen poll lead


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Dec.1   Myanmar  
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 Afghanistan  Jailed Afghan rape victim freed
 Myanmar  Suu Kyi hopeful on Burma progress


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Dec.2   Washington
 Berlin  Merkel ready for closer euro union
 US Georgia  Herman Cain weighs campaign future
 UN  U.N. rights council urges Syria action


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Dec.3   Egypt  
  The political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood and a more conservative Salafist Islamist party are leading, while secular liberals are behind
  US Georgia   Cain suspends US presidency bid
Map of Atlanta USA
  US presidential hopeful Herman Cain has said he is suspending his campaign for the Republican nomination
 Cain blamed political and media pressure on his family in the wake of 'false' allegations of sexual harassment and a 13-year-long extra-marital affair
  West Germany WWII bomb evacuation on the Rhine  London  Bollywood legend Dev Anand dies

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Dec.4   Iran     Iran shoots down American drone
  A U.S. drone was shot down in eastern Iran, state media reported, citing a military source
  Russia   United Russia party suffers exit poll blow
  An exit poll for Russia's parliamentary elections points to a sharp drop in support for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party.    Independent monitoring group Golos logged 5,300...
 Spain  Nadal win gives Spain Davis Cup  Qatar  Arab League issues Syria new deadline   West Germany Afghan conference as Nato eye exit

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Dec.5   Paris German, French leaders meet
 West Germany  Taliban could return, Karzai warns  Japan  Crash takes out 8 Ferraris, Lamborghini   Paris   France, Germany outline fiscal pact  Ahead of a key summit, the leaders of France and Germany agreed on a new fiscal pact that they say will help prevent another debt crisis  Moscow  Moscow protest after Russia vote  European Union  Ratings agency warns euro nations

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Dec.6   Kabul   Dozens killed in sectarian Afghan attack   Twin suicide bombings killed dozens in a mass-scale sectarian attack on Shiite worshippers unlike anything the country has seen  Moscow  Putin plays down election losses  Kansas  Obama slams Republican economics  European Union  New EU treaty 'may not be needed'

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Dec.7   Syria No guilt over crackdown, says Assad
 Japan  Panel: Olympus management 'rotten'  Mexico  Gadhafi son tried to secretly go to Mexico   Thailand US man jailed in Thai royal case  European Union  EU leaders face key summit test

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Dec.8   Moscow Putin blames Clinton for election unrest
 Southern France  Sarkozy warns of disintegration   India   At least 89 died in fire in Calcutta hospital fire Map of Calcutta India
  Investigators have arrested six hospital managers after a fire. A majority of the bed-ridden patients were abandoned by most of the staff on duty
  China 608 arrested in child-trafficking bust   Virginia Two die in Virginia Tech shooting  Belgium  EU leaders locked in crisis talks  Iran  Iranian TV airs image of alleged U.S. drone   Belgium EU-wide treaty change bid fails

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Dec.9   Belgium     Eurozone deal reached without UK
  A majority of European leaders agreed early Friday on a new deal to try to resolve the continent's debt crisis, but Britain refused.    The 17 members of the eurozone reached a deal for a new intergovernmental tr...
  Congo   Joseph Kabila 're-elected'  President Joseph Kabila obtained 49% of the vote against 32% for veteran opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi   Iran American missing in Iran seen in video
 Virginia  Police name Virginia Tech killer  Congo  Plea for calm after DR Congo poll

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Dec.10   Moscow   Russian protests biggest in years
  Thousands of people have attended the biggest anti-government rally in the Russian capital since the fall of the Soviet Union.    50,000 people gathered on an island near the Kremlin to condem...
 Japan  Radioactive water leaks in nuclear plant   South Africa   Climate talks end with late deal   UN climate talks have closed with agreement on a package of measures described by the chair as 'balanced'. Talks on a new legal deal ill begin...

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Dec.11   Pakistan Pakistan to keep Nato convoy ban  Syria  '18 killed' in fresh Syria clashes  Moscow  Medvedev orders probe into elections   South Korea Chinese fishermen 'stab Koreans'  London  Cameron to face MPs over EU veto

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Dec.12   Washington Iraq PM in Washington as pullout looms
 Moscow  Billionaire Prokhorov to challenge Putin   Canada   Canada pulls out of Kyoto accord
  Canada will formally withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol on climate change, the minister of the environment Peter Kent has said
  UN     UN estimates 5,000 killed in Syria   United Nations high commissioner for human rights raised the death toll from the Damascus government's crackdown on anti-regime activists  China  Children suffocate in China crash

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Dec.13   Belgium   Deadly attack rocks Belgian city Map of Liege Belgium
  A gunman has opened fire in the centre of the Belgian city of Liege, killing at least three people and wounding 75.    Nordine Amrani also threw grenades into a crowd...
 Iran  Report: Iran says it can control drone  Belgium  Police seek Liege attack motive

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Dec.14   North Carolina Obama speech marks end of Iraq war
 USA  Cyberplot points to Venezuela, Iran

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Dec.15   Paris     Chirac found guilty on corruption charges
  Former President Jacques Chirac was found guilty on charges stemming from his time as mayor of Paris and given a 2 year suspended sentence
  Baghdad   US flag ceremony ends war in Iraq
  The flag of U.S. forces in Iraq has been lowered in Baghdad, bringing nearly nine years of US military operations in Iraq to a formal end.    The Defence Secretary, Leon Panetta, told troops the...
  Northern Japan     Japan declares Fukushima stable   Engineers have brought the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant to a 'cold shutdown condition', nine months after the earthquake and tsunami  Iowa  Republican debaters assail Obama

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Dec.16  Washington  Wikileaks suspect lawyer claims bias  Netherlands  Massive child abuse in Dutch churches   Kazakhstan   Clashes hit Kazakh oil strike town   At least 10 people have been killed as striking oil workers clashed with government forces in a town in western Kazakhstan   UN Security Council UN lifts Libyan banks sanctions  House of Representatives  US taxes and pipeline deal struck

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Dec.17   Southern Philippines   Philippines storm kills hundreds
Map of Mindanao Philippines
  A tropical storm has killed at least 430 people in the Philippines, with flash floods leaving many others missing. Tens of thousands of people have fled
 Many villagers on the coast of Mindanao were swept into the sea after Tropical Storm Washi brought heavy rain. Victims asleep as the floods swept into their homes. Tens of thousands have fled to higher ground
  U.S. Senate US Senate passes key funding bill  Russian Far East  Russia oil rig capsizes under tow   Iraq   Last US troops withdraw from Iraq
  The last convoy of US troops to leave Iraq has entered Kuwait, nearly nine years after the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein
 The column of about 100 armoured vehicles carrying 500 soldiers crossed the Iraqi desert. At the peak of the operation there were 170,000 US troops


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Dec.18   Czech Republic   Czech statesman Vaclav Havel dies
  The Czech Republic's first president after the Velvet Revolution against communist rule, has died at the age of 75
  Southern Philippines Death toll from storm tops 650  Japan  Barcelona secure Club World Cup  Southern Philippines  Mass burial for floods victims   North Korea     N Korean leader Kim Jong-il dies
  North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has died at the age of 69, state-run television in an emotional statement has announced
 The announcer, wearing black, said he had died of physical and mental over-work. He has been the dictator of the communist country since the death of his father Kim Il-sung in 1994. Kim Jong-il suffered a stroke in 2008 and was absent from public view for months. His designated successor is believed to be his son, Kim Jong-woon


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Dec.19  North Korea  North Koreans mourn Kim Jong-il  Cairo  Cairo clashes go into fourth day   Baghdad   Arrest warrant issued for vice president
  An Iraqi investigative committee issued an arrest warrant for Tariq al-Hashimi, who is accused of orchestrating bombing attacks
 Washington  N Korea urged on 'path of peace'

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Dec.20   North Korea North Korea leader lies in state  North Korea  N Korea in 'pledge to new leader'   Tokyo Japan raids Olympus headquarters  Washington  Biden urges Iraq to resolve disputes

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Dec.21   Syria 'Horrific massacres' cry Syrian opposition
 European Union  Huge demand for ECB's bank loans  London  England captain faces race charges  Baghdad  Kurds told to hand over Iraq VP   Finland Finns stop 'Patriot missile' ship  House of Representatives  Republicans under pressure on tax   Baghdad   Multiple Iraq blasts kill at least 63 people
  A wave of apparently co-ordinated bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, kills at least 63 people and injures around 185.    14 blasts hit various locations. The bom...
 Southern Philippines  U.N. calls for Philippines relief

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Dec.22  House of Representatives  House Republicans retreat on payroll tax   Southern Philippines     Floods: More than 1,000 remain missing Map of Mindanao Philippines
  The Philippines government says 1,079 people are still missing in the wake of the devastating Typhoon Washi
  North Korea N. Korea welcomes South's delegations

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Dec.23   Syria     Syria 'suicide attacks kill 40'
  At least 40 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in two suicide car bombings in Syria's capital, Damascus, officials say
  U.S. Congress     Obama beats Congress in tax fight   The US Congress has approved a short-term renewal of a payroll tax cut, a day after House Republicans caved in to pressure on the issue  Czech Republic  Leaders honour Havel at funeral   London Prince Philip in hospital after chest pain
 USA  US violence over Nike's new shoe   Cuba Cuba to release 2,900 prisoners

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Dec.24   Moscow   Thousands take to streets   Thousands of people took to the street, braving bitterly cold weather to demand for fair elections after what they claim were rigged results  Nigeria  Nigeria clashes 'leave 50 dead'   Vatican Pope berates Christmas 'glitter'
 Cuba  Haiti migrants found dead off Cuba's coast

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Dec.25   Nigeria   Churches bombed on Christmas Day
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  Bomb blasts struck at least three churches in Nigeria on Sunday as worshippers were attending Christmas Day services
 Syria  10 more deaths reported in Syria unrest  Vatican  Pope prays for Syria and Myanmar   North Korea     South Korean delegation enters North   A delegation of South Korean citizens arrived in Pyongyang to express condolences over the death of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Il

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Dec.26  North Korea  Ex-first lady meets Kim Jong-un  Brazil  Brazilian economy 'overtakes UK'   Syria     Arab League observers arrive in Syria
  Members of an Arab League delegation arrived to look into events on the ground and whether Syria is upholding a commitment to end a brutal crackdown
 A group of 50 Arab League monitors arrives in Syria as 23 people are reported killed in continuing violence
  Jerusalem   Clashes in Israel segregation row
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  Ultra-orthodox Jews have clashed with police in the Israeli town of Beit Shemesh, near Jerusalem


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Dec.27   Syria   Security forces fire on protesters in Homs   Security forces assaulted demonstrators in the volatile Syrian city of Homs on Tuesday as Arab League monitors visited   Syria   Homs residents confront Arab League team   Angry protesters have confronted visiting Arab League monitors in Syria's restive city of Homs, demanding international protection  North Korea  N Korea to begin 2-day Kim memorial   North Korea     Mourners fill Pyongyang streets for Kim   The funeral of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Il unfolded across the snow-laden streets of Pyongyang  Argentina  Argentine president has cancer

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Dec.28   North Korea     Kim Jong-il state funeral held in N. Korea
Map of Pyongyang North Korea
  North Korea has begun two days of funeral services for late leader Kim Jong-il with a huge procession in the capital, Pyongyang
 Thousands of soldiers bowed their heads as a giant portrait of Kim was carried slowly through the streets. His successor Kim Jong-un, walked beside the hearse. Kim Jong-il has been lying in state for the past 10 days
  Gulf     U.S.: Iran blocking Hormuz unacceptable'   The U.S. Navy said Iran's threat to block the strategically and economically important Strait of Hormuz is unacceptable   Syria Unrest continues as Arab monitors fan out  Syria  Arab League monitor viewing child's corpse   North Korea Thousands gather for Kim memorial

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Dec.29   North Korea     N Korea hails Kim's son as leader
  North Korea has hailed late leader Kim Jong-il's son, Kim Jong-un, as 'supreme leader of the party, state and army'
  Turkey   Turkey raid kills 35 on Iraq border
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  A Turkish military airstrike across the border with Iraq killed 35 people who are now thought to have been smuggling cigarettes
  Syria Syria monitors visit Damascus amid violence  Washington  US sells $30bn in jets to Saudis   Cairo   17 non-governmental organisations raided   Several rights groups were raided in Cairo and other Egyptian locations in what one source called a push by police to 'show some muscle'   Russia   Nuclear submarine in dock fire   A fire has broken out during repairs to a Russian nuclear submarine at a dock near the northern port of Murmansk   North Korea North Korea: 'Expect no change'  Syria  Syria activists urge mass rallies

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Dec.30   Syria Mass Syria rallies prompt clashes
 Turkey  Turkey regrets air strike deaths  North Korea  Kim Jong-un named army commander

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Dec.31  Nigeria  Nigeria attacks prompt emergency  Iran  Iran, world powers to hold nuclear talks  Southern China  Chinese man dies of bird flu   Global Revellers mark turn of the year