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  • World leaders launch bid for climate breakthrough in Paris

    Monday, 4:16 AM

    French President Hollande and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon pose for a family photo during the opening day of the World Climate Change Conference 2015 in Le BourgetBy Bruce Wallace and Alister Doyle PARIS (Reuters) - World leaders launched an ambitious attempt on Monday to hold back the earth's rising temperatures, with French President Francois Hollande saying the world was at a "breaking point" in the fight against global warming. Some 150 heads of state, including U.S. President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, will urge each other to find common cause in two weeks of bargaining to steer the global economy away from its dependence on fossil fuels.

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  • At NATO, Turkey remains defiant over Russian jet

    Monday, 6:10 AM

    Stoltenberg welcomes Davutoglu in BrusselsBy Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Turkey's prime minister dismissed on Monday any suggestion Ankara should apologize for downing a Russian warplane in its airspace last week, after winning strong NATO support for the right to defend itself. Six days after NATO member Turkey shot down the Russian fighter jet in the first known incident of its kind since the Cold War, calls for calm have gone largely unheeded as Ankara refuses to back down and Russia responds with sanctions. "No country should ask us to apologize," Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told reporters following a meeting with NATO's secretary general at the alliance headquarters in Brussels.

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  • U.S. embassy in Kabul warns of imminent attack in city

    Monday, 5:40 AM

    The United States' embassy in Kabul on Monday warned of an imminent attack in the Afghan city, saying it had received credible reports of a threat within the next two days, but had no other details. "U.S. Embassy Kabul has received credible reports of an imminent attack in Kabul city, Kabul province, Afghanistan within the next 48 hours," it said in a post on its website. "During this period of heightened threat, the U.S. Embassy strongly urges U.S. citizens to exercise extreme caution if moving around the city.... read more

  • Detained Turkish journalists appeal court verdict

    Monday, 5:58 AM

    A handout picture released by Turkey's Cumhuriyet daily shows Cumhuriyet editor-in-chief Can Dundar (C) arriving to attend a hearing in Istanbul on November 26, 2015Lawyers for two journalists from an Turkish opposition newspaper on Monday appealed a court ruling to detain them on spying charges over a report suggesting Ankara had shipped arms bound for Syria, the daily said. The lawyers for Cumhuriyet's editor-in-chief Can Dundar and its Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gul wrote in the appeal that they objected to last week's court decision which they said contradicted the Turkish constitution and law. An Istanbul court on Thursday charged the two journalists with "aiding a terrorist organisation" and spying for alleging that Turkey, a fierce critic of President Bashar al-Assad, had covertly shipped arms to Syria.

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  • Obama, Putin huddle on sidelines of Paris climate talks

    Monday, 5:34 AM

    U.S. President Barack Obama arrives to deliver remarks during the COP21, United Nations Climate Change Conference, in Le Bourget, outside Paris, on Monday, Nov. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)LE BOURGET, France (AP) — President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin (POO'-tihn) are meeting during global climate talks outside Paris.

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  • World leaders open Paris climate summit with 'life at stake'

    Monday, 5:10 AM

    US President Barack Obama sits with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinxing during a bilateral meeting ahead of the opening of the UN conference on climate change COP21 at Le Bourget, on November 30, 2015World leaders opened an historic summit in the French capital on Monday with "the hope of all of humanity" laid on their shoulders as they sought a deal to avert a climate catastrophe. The heads of more than 150 nations kicked off 12 days of talks in search of an elusive pact that would indirectly restructure the world economy, weaning it off fossil fuels that stoke global warming. It was the largest single-day gathering of heads of state or government in history, the United Nations said.

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  • Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Monday, Nov 30

    Monday, 6:00 AM

    Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Monday: - - - - SOCCER Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar are Ballon d'Or nominees LONDON - Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will go head-to-head once again for the title of world's best footballer after being short-listed along with Neymar on Monday for the 2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or. (SOCCER-FIFA/BALLON, moved, by Ian Chadband, 400 words) - - Serie A MILAN - Leaders Inter Milan visit on-form Napoli, who are joint second, in a Serie A top-of-the-table clash. ...... read more

  • Kobe Bryant to retire at end of season

    Monday, 3:13 AM

    NBA: Los Angeles Lakers at New Orleans PelicansLos Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant, arguably the best player of his generation, announced on Sunday he will retire after the 2015-16 National Basketball Association season. Bryant, who is struggling through the worst season of his illustrious 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, said in a piece posted on the Players' Tribune website that "I'm ready to let [basketball] go." The decision was not totally unexpected as the 37-year-old Lakers guard has been plagued by injuries in recent seasons and had recently said he was considering retirement. This season is all I have left to give," wrote Bryant.

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  • Broncos hand Patriots first NFL season loss in OT

    Monday, 1:15 AM

    Running back C.J. Anderson of the Denver Broncos scores a 4th quarter touchdown past cornerback Duron Harmon of the New England Patriots, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, on November 29, 2015C.J. Anderson busted loose in driving snow flurries for a game-winning touchdown run Sunday as the Denver Broncos rallied to beat New England 30-24 in overtime, handing the Patriots their first loss of the season. Denver's defense thwarted quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots on the first overtime possession, and running back Anderson broke free from a couple of Patriot defenders for the 48-yard winning run. Not just once," said Denver coach Gary Kubiak.

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  • Fed approves curbs on future emergency lending

    Monday, 6:12 AM

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve on Monday approved new rules that prevent emergency lending programs from benefiting specific companies, changes ordered by Congress after the central bank helped prop up companies like AIG during the financial crisis of 2008. At an open meeting of the Fed Board, Governor Daniel Tarullo said there was a "longstanding tension of confining moral hazard with wanting to retain flexibility" to act in a crisis. The new rule, he said, which still allows the Fed authority to help stressed parts of the economy, "does a much better job of balancing. ...... read more

  • Wall St. set to end month on positive note

    Monday, 6:03 AM

    Traders gather at the post that trades Pfizer's stock on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeWhile the U.S. central bank is likely to raise interest rates for the first time since June 2006, the European Central Bank is expected to unveil fresh monetary easing measures on Thursday. Investors will also look for clues regarding the Fed's decision when Chair Janet Yellen speaks on the economic outlook on Wednesday and gives her testimony on the economy before the congressional Joint Economic Committee on Thursday.

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  • Tribune Publishing says not in talks to sell itself

    Monday, 5:57 AM

    A picture of the Tribune tower in Chicago(Reuters) - Tribune Publishing Co said it was not in talks or in the process of selling itself, after a tweet by News Corp's Rupert Murdoch on Friday that suggested its newspaper group would be sold. Murdoch said in a tweet that he had "strong word" that the company's newspaper group, which includes the Chicago Tribune, would be bought by a Wall Street firm. Murdoch said the Los Angeles Times would be split off and bought by local investors including philanthropist Eli Broad.

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  • Northern Irish abortion laws breach human rights - court

    Monday, 6:07 AM

    By Ian Graham BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's restrictive abortion laws are in breach of human rights by failing to provide exceptions in the case of fatal foetal abnormality and sexual crime, Belfast's High Court found in a landmark ruling on Monday. Unlike other parts of the United Kingdom, abortion is banned in Northern Ireland except only where the life or mental health of the mother is in danger. After four months of deliberation, Judge Mark Horner upheld a challenge by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission that the laws breached the European Convention on Human Rights.... read more

  • Beijing air pollution reaches extremely hazardous levels

    Monday, 5:11 AM

    A woman wearing a mask to protect herself from pollutants walks past a construction site on a heavily polluted day in Beijing, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015. Beijing on Sunday, Nov. 29 issued its highest smog alert of the year following air pollution in capital city reached hazardous levels as smog engulfed large parts of the country despite efforts to clean up the foul air. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)BEIJING (AP) — Beijing suffered its worst air pollution of the year on Monday, with monitoring sites throughout the city reporting extremely hazardous levels of pollutants.

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  • As they grow up, South African AIDS orphans confront crime, HIV

    Monday, 5:02 AM

    By Laurie Goering QUDENI, South Africa (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mpume Shezi was a baby when her parents died of AIDS. For the past 10 years, her grandmother has watched over her, her older sister and eight orphan cousins in a collection of mud-and-daub huts clinging to a windswept hillside in Qudeni, a remote village in South Africa's eastern KwaZulu-Natal province. Hunger and poverty are just some of the threats facing the AIDS orphans of Qudeni, a village that, like thousands of other villages in South Africa, is struggling not just with the virus but the aftermath of a generation of parents lost to AIDS.... read more