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B. 12-06 Governor of Aden killed in Islamic State attack Aden, Yemen
2. 12-06 Jimmy Carter says his brain cancer is gone Plains, Georgia, US Georgia
D. 12-06 Syria conflict: Raqqa air strikes 'kill 32 IS militants' Raqqa, Northern Syria
E. 12-06 Actor Morgan Freeman in plane scare
12-06 National Front leads in regional polls France
6. 12-06 Libya's rival parliaments reach tentative agreement Tunis, Tunisia
7. 12-06 Venezuela opposition wins majority in National Assembly CARACAS, Venezuela
8. 12-06 Obama vows to overcome terror threat Washington

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Dec.6   Yemen Governor of Aden killed in Islamic State attack  Islamic State militants say they are responsible for a blast that killed the governor of Yemen's port city

  US Georgia Jimmy Carter says his brain cancer is gone  Former US President 91-year-old Jimmy Carter has said that his brain cancer is gone, US media report

  Northern Syria Syria conflict: Raqqa air strikes 'kill 32 IS militants'  Air strikes on the Syrian city of Raqqa have killed at least 32 Islamic State (IS) militants and wounded 40 more, an activist group says

  Mississippi Actor Morgan Freeman in plane scare  A private plane carrying Oscar-winning actor was forced to make an emergency landing, but the star and his pilot were unhurt

Day News


  France   National Front leads in regional polls
  France's far-right National Front (FN) appears to have made big gains in the first round of regional elections, estimates show


  Tunisia Libya's rival parliaments reach tentative agreement  Libya's two rival parliaments have reached an initial agreement aimed at resolving the political crisis that has plagued the country for years

Evening News


  Venezuela     Venezuela opposition wins majority in National Assembly Map of CARACAS Venezuela
  The opposition won control of the National Assembly by a landslide, delivering a major setback to the ruling party and altering the balance of power


  Washington   Obama vows to overcome terror threat   US President Barack Obama has made a rare Oval Office address after the San Bernardino shootings that left 14 dead

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