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1. 12-29 Paris attacks: IS commanders 'killed in US-led strikes' Syria
2. 12-29 US runaway teen 'held farewell party' Tarrant County, Texas
3. 12-29 Bangladesh cricketer charged with torturing maid Dhaka, Bangladesh
4. 12-29 Chicago policeman denies murder Chicago
12-29 North Korea official Kim Yang-gon killed in car crash North Korea
G. 12-29 Over one million reach Europe by sea Greece
H. 12-29 Missouri floods close Mississippi near St Louis
I. 12-29 Worries grow over humanitarian impacts of 'strongest El Nino' Global

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Dec.29   Syria     Paris attacks: IS commanders 'killed in US-led strikes'
  Targeted US-led coalition air strikes have killed 10 Islamic State commanders in Iraq and Syria in the past month, a US military spokesman has said


  Texas US runaway teen 'held farewell party'  Ethan Couch, 18, who was on the run after a fatal drink-driving crash held a farewell party before fleeing to Mexico, say police

  Bangladesh Bangladesh cricketer charged with torturing maid  Police in Bangladesh have charged the cricketer Shahadat Hossain and his wife with torturing their former domestic servant, an 11-year-old girl

  Chicago Chicago policeman denies murder  A white Chicago police officer has denied murder over the death of black teenager Laquan McDonald who was shot 16 times in 2014

Day News


  North Korea     North Korea official Kim Yang-gon killed in car crash
  Kim Yang-gon, 73, a top aide to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has died in a car crash, state news agency KCNA has said


  Greece     Over one million reach Europe by sea  More than one million refugees and migrants have reached Europe by sea since the start of 2015, the UNHCR says

  Missouri Missouri floods close Mississippi near St Louis  A five-mile section of the Mississippi River near St Louis, Missouri, has been closed to vessels as rising water levels caused 'hazardous conditions'

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  Global   Worries grow over humanitarian impacts of 'strongest El Nino'
  The strongest El Nino on record is likely to increase the threat of hunger and disease for tens of millions of people in 2016 aid agencies say

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