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11-02 Sinai plane crash: 'External influence' caused crash Russia
C. 11-02 China two-child policy not valid until March, government says Beijing
D. 11-02 Turkey election: Erdogan calls on world to respect result Turkey
4. 11-02 Mexico navy rescues four fishermen 'adrift for 30 days' Chiapas
F. 11-02 US to return to South China Sea after warship visit South China Sea, Southern China
G. 11-02 Afghan fuel station cost $43m, US military report says Washington
H. 11-02 Keystone pipeline company wants pause to the bid process Western Canada
8. 11-02 IS claims 'propaganda', says Egypt president Egypt
9. 11-02 Cyclone Chapala bears down on mainland Yemen Mukalla, Yemen

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Nov.2   Russia     Sinai plane crash: 'External influence' caused crash
  The Russian airline Kogalymavia has blamed 'external influence' for Saturday's Sinai plane crash which killed 224 people


  Beijing China two-child policy not valid until March, government says  China's top family planning body has warned couples that they must continue to obey the one-child policy until the law changes in March

  Turkey Turkey election: Erdogan calls on world to respect result  Turkey's president says the world must respect the results of the election, which saw the ruling AKP regain its parliamentary majority

  Chiapas Mexico navy rescues four fishermen 'adrift for 30 days'  The Mexican navy has rescued two Colombian and two Ecuadorean fishermen off the coast of the southern state of Chiapas

Day News


  Southern China US to return to South China Sea after warship visit  The US has said it plans to return to contested areas. There will be 'more demonstrations' of freedom of navigation in the region

  Washington Afghan fuel station cost $43m, US military report says  The US Department of Defense has spent $43m on a vehicle fuelling station, according to a recently published oversight report

  Western Canada Keystone pipeline company wants pause to the bid process  TransCanada, the company behind the Keystone XL pipeline has asked the US government to put its review of the controversial project on hold

Evening News


  Egypt     IS claims 'propaganda', says Egypt president  Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has described claims that militants linked to Islamic State (IS) brought down a Russian airliner as 'propaganda'

  Yemen Cyclone Chapala bears down on mainland Yemen  A rare tropical cyclone is bearing down on the Yemeni mainland bringing hurricane-force winds, heavy rain and powerful waves

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