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  1. Defeated leader Jammeh boards plane to leave Gambia

    Dw.de - Top stories 01.21 / 21:21 www.dw.de
    Ousted leader Yahya Jammeh has arrived at Banjul airport ready to fly out of Gambia into exile. Elected President Adama Barrow has pledged to investigate alleged rights abuses by Jammeh's…
  2. In North Carolina The Women's March Continues In Raleigh

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 01.21 / 21:09 nprberlin.de
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit SCOTT SIMON, HOST: In addition to the main demonstration in Washington, D.C., there are other marches happening across the country and outside of the United States, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, London, Sydney and more. We go now to Raleigh, N.C., where Jess Clark of member station WUNC joins us. Jess, thanks for being with us. JESS CLARK, BYLINE: Yeah, no problem. SIMON: What's the day been like in Raleigh?…
  3. Meet the culinary zealot fighting to preserve Syrian cuisine despite years of war

    LATimes-MiddlEeast 01.21 / 20:51 latimes.com
    Each time Saameh Kajaan talks about food in the Syrian city of Aleppo, a true culinary zealot emerges. The restaurateur is so serious about local dishes that along with his black, slicked-back hair, confident charisma and 40-year-old bulky frame, he could pass for a Hollywood-type mobster. “Ou…
  4. EU's right-wing ENF faction unites to fight for 'patriotism, sovereignty and identity'

    Dw.de - Europe 01.21 / 19:32 www.dw.de
    Leading figures and supporters of the ENF have gathered in the German town of Koblenz to set out their goals. But what does the future of Europe look like according to the right-wing faction? DW's Kate Brady…
  5. Quora: Cutting Trade Ties to China Would be Catastrophic

    Europe.newsweek.com - Politics 01.21 / 18:25 europe.newsweek.com
    An abrupt end to the U.S.'s economic relationship with China would result in a deep recession for both…
  6. Pope to Dominicans: Your good works give glory to God

    Rome, Italy, Jan 21, 2017 / 10:50 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Saturday Pope Francis encouraged Dominicans to persevere in their good works of the last 800 years, which have been like the “salt” and “light” of Christ, spreading the Gospel throughout the world. The transition from the empty revelries of the world to the glorification of God “happens thanks to the good works of those who, becoming disciples of Jesus, have become ‘salt’ and…
  7. US Ambassador to Greece Sends Positive Message for Greek-American Relations

    Greekreporter.com - Greece 01.21 / 18:18 greekreporter.com
    US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt sent a positive message for the future of Greek-American relations following the swearing-in ceremony of the new American President Donald Trump. There is a dynamic and strong commitment by both parties – Republican and Democratic – to the alliance with Greece as well as to the strong relationship between…
  8. President Gauck to receive relatives of Berlin attack victims

    Dw.de - Top stories 01.21 / 18:17 www.dw.de
    German President Joachim Gauck is to receive relatives of the 12 people killed in last month's terror attack in Berlin. The gesture came as the Bundestag debated compensation and remembrance for the…
  1. Defeated leader Jammeh boards plane to leave Gambia

    Dw.de - Top stories 01.21 / 21:21 www.dw.de
    Ousted leader Yahya Jammeh has arrived at Banjul airport ready to fly out of Gambia into exile. Elected President Adama Barrow has pledged to investigate alleged rights abuses by Jammeh's…
  2. Bus carrying students on ski holiday crashes and burns, killing 16

    Torontosun.com - Top Stories 01.21 / 20:42 www.torontosun.com
    A bus carrying Hungarian school students home from a skiing trip to France slammed into a highway barrier in northern Italy and caught fire, killing at least 16 people, police said Saturday. Thirty-nine people survived, though some were seriously…
  3. Church and intelligence meetings: How Donald Trump is spending his first full-day as president

    Nationalpost.com - Top Stories 01.21 / 19:20 www.nationalpost.com
    The interfaith service is a tradition for new presidents and is hosted by the Episcopal parish, but the decision to hold a prayer session for Trump sparked…
  4. President Gauck to receive relatives of Berlin attack victims

    Dw.de - Top stories 01.21 / 18:17 www.dw.de
    German President Joachim Gauck is to receive relatives of the 12 people killed in last month's terror attack in Berlin. The gesture came as the Bundestag debated compensation and remembrance for the…
  5. Sport24.co.za | Rooney becomes United's new record goalscorer

    News24.com - Top stories 01.21 / 17:11 www.news24.com
    Wayne Rooney became Manchester United's record goalscorer when he netted his 250th goal for the English giants against…
  6. Pro-white alt-right leader assaulted during Trump inauguration

    Calgarysun.com - Top Stories 01.21 / 15:52 www.calgarysun.com
    Richard Spencer, who emerged in 2016 as a leader of the pro-white "alt-right" movement, was assaulted three times during interviews after President Donald Trump's inauguration…
  7. Sport24.co.za | Proteas enter Bullring clash with confidence

    News24.com - Top stories 01.21 / 15:50 www.news24.com
    The Proteas head into the second T20 international against Sri Lanka at the Wanderers on Sunday with confidence and one eye on a series…
  8. Sport24.co.za | Liverpool slump to shock Swansea loss

    News24.com - Top stories 01.21 / 15:09 www.news24.com
    Gylfi Sigurdsson’s decisive goal boosted Swansea's hopes of Premier League survival as they inflicted Liverpool’s first home defeat for almost a yea…
  1. 'I'm so behind you': Trump praises intelligence officials at CIA visit

    Abc.net.au - Politics news 01.21 / 21:37 www.abc.net.au
    President Donald Trump moves to mend his tumultuous relationship with the United States' spy agencies, travelling to CIA headquarters on his first full day in office and assuring officials, "I am so behind…
  2. Trudeau has conversation with Trump, discuss the economy and exports

    The Prime Minister’s Office says the two men spoke by phone Saturday, but it was not immediately clear how long the conversation l…
  3. What will Trump do on his first full day in office?

    Abc.net.au - Politics news 01.21 / 20:56 www.abc.net.au
    It is the first full day in office for President Donald Trump, who has now spent his first night in the White House. So, what is on the…
  4. Quora: Cutting Trade Ties to China Would be Catastrophic

    Europe.newsweek.com - Politics 01.21 / 18:25 europe.newsweek.com
    An abrupt end to the U.S.'s economic relationship with China would result in a deep recession for both…
  5. Siôn Simon: Labour candidate for West Midlands mayor launches campaign

    Express & Star -Politics 01.21 / 14:51 expressandstar.com
    Labour’s candidate to be the first West Midlands mayor described himself as a ‘recovering’ Westminster politician as he launched his campaign for the region’s new top job…
  6. Winter weather pushes St. John's Women's March online

    Cbc.ca - Politics 01.21 / 14:34 www.cbc.ca
    The Women's March in St. John's that had been planned on Saturday in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington has been moved to a virtual platform due to stormy…
  7. 68 Illegal Migrants Leave Bulgaria in 2017

    Novinite.com - Politics 01.21 / 11:35 novinite.com
    Directorate Migration of the Interior Ministry has led out 68 illegally residing foreigners from the territory of Bulgaria since the beginning of 2017, showed the weekly data of the Interior Ministry, reported BGNES. 19 persons were expelled; the rest left the country voluntarily. For the first three weeks of the year, 112 new migrants were registered. 38 were registered last week. The drop in the number of migrants is significant, compared to the 482 migrants registered in the first…
  8. Revenge of the comment section: Can you repeat that in English, Mr. Trudeau?

    Cbc.ca - Politics 01.21 / 10:28 www.cbc.ca
    Some commenters say responding in French was disrespectful, but others weren’t bothered by the apparent b…
  1. Italy rescue team pulls out more people from avalanche-hit hotel

    Panarmenian.net - World 01.21 / 13:19 panarmenian.net
    The four additional survivors were pulled out of the remains of the Hotel Rigopiano in central Italy, firefighters…
  2. JCHS recommends systems for protecting children

    Jamaicaobserver.com - Jamaica 01.21 / 08:52 jamaicaobserver.com
    The Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS) has waded in on the controversy surrounding Moravian pastor Rupert Clarke, recommending that all institutions establish systems for protecting the children under their care and with whom they come in contact. …
  3. Montague wants improved conditions for security guards

    Jamaicaobserver.com - Jamaica 01.21 / 08:51 jamaicaobserver.com
    MINISTER of National Security Robert Montague says he will be lobbying for improved working conditions for private security guards. …
  4. Berlin Fest adds new films starring Catherine Deneuve, Geoffrey Rush

    Panarmenian.net - World 01.21 / 07:52 panarmenian.net
    In all, the competition lineup features 24 films, all but two of which will have their world premieres at the…
  5. Trump signs executive order to abolish Obamacare law

    Panarmenian.net - World 01.21 / 06:29 panarmenian.net
    Republicans are pledging rapid votes on a replacement bill in order to prevent gaps in coverage and reassure a restless insurance…
  6. Boko Haram attacks refugee camp bombed by Nigeria's air force

    Panarmenian.net - World 01.20 / 13:47 panarmenian.net
    The attack occurred as aid workers were trying to help bombing victims. The Red Cross said it had evacuated nearly 90 people from Rann to…
  7. Eastern Ukraine: The lasting scars of conflict

    Icrc.org - World 01.20 / 13:05 icrc.org
    Photo gallery | On-going conflict in eastern Ukraine is leaving lasting scars on people and their livelihoods. Ruined houses, damaged infrastructure, closed schools are among consequences of the…
  8. Opponents plan to challenge 64 Allandale St. project in court

    A group of opponents to the 64 Allandale St. project is saying that they will challenge in court the City’s Zoning Board of Appeals’ (ZBA) decision to grant variances for the project. Meanwhile, a long-awaited decision from the state Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) was issued, saying that the revised proposal does not have any wetlands on the site. Jacqueline Nunez, the developer of the 64 Allandale St. project, originally planned to build 20 units at 64 Allandale St., but …
  1. President Trump enters the Oval Office for the first time and immediately signs executive order

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.21 / 05:48 www.nzherald.co.nz
    President Donald Trump wasted no time after his official White House arrival today, heading straight to the Oval Office where he signed his first executive orders since arriving at the White House. President Trump christened…
  2. Americans already fleeing Donald Trump for New Zealand

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.21 / 05:47 www.nzherald.co.nz
    A New Yorker has purchased a one-way ticket to New Zealand to escape Trump's America. At the very moment Trump swore his oath to become America's 45th President, Gary Belis, 64, was flying through the sky to start a new chapter…
  3. Trumps dance to Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' at inaugural ball

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.21 / 05:46 www.nzherald.co.nz
    President Donald Trump triumphantly greeted supporters at the first of three inaugural balls today, joining his stunning first lady on stage to tell them: "We did it". The pair made a stylish entrance to the Liberty Ball at the…
  4. Teen mum tapes toddler to wall while cleaning

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.21 / 01:43 www.nzherald.co.nz
    A teenage mum who filmed herself taping her toddler son to a wall and posted it on Facebook has been arrested. Shayla Rudolph of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, was doing the housework when she broadcast the shocking clip on Facebook…
  5. Missing million: Photo shows lower turnout for Donald Trump's inauguration

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.21 / 01:42 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Donald Trump has been inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. Trump was officially sworn in as president by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, promising to "faithfully execute the office of the president"…
  6. Cardinal Dolan prays for wisdom as Trump takes office

    Washington D.C., Jan 20, 2017 / 02:47 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York prayed for God’s wisdom as Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday.    “Give us wisdom, for we are Your servants, weak and short-lived, lacking in comprehension of judgment and of laws. Indeed, though one might be perfect among mortals, if wisdom which comes from You be lacking, we count for nothing,” Cardinal Dolan prayed…
  7. Is this the worst Cabinet in US history?

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.20 / 21:40 www.nzherald.co.nz
    Any time a new administration comes into office, there will be some complaining about the new president's Cabinet picks. But we're seeing something extraordinary happening now, writes Paul Waldman. Donald Trump's Cabinet brings…
  8. Weekend Herald editorial: Trump deserves to start with good will

    Nzherald.co.nz - US 01.20 / 17:37 www.nzherald.co.nz
    It is usual in all healthy democracies for the winner of an election to say something like, "It is now time to recognise we have more that unites us than divides is." And fortunately it is true. The shared commitment to the…
  1. In North Carolina The Women's March Continues In Raleigh

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 01.21 / 21:09 nprberlin.de
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit SCOTT SIMON, HOST: In addition to the main demonstration in Washington, D.C., there are other marches happening across the country and outside of the United States, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, London, Sydney and more. We go now to Raleigh, N.C., where Jess Clark of member station WUNC joins us. Jess, thanks for being with us. JESS CLARK, BYLINE: Yeah, no problem. SIMON: What's the day been like in Raleigh?…
  2. EU's right-wing ENF faction unites to fight for 'patriotism, sovereignty and identity'

    Dw.de - Europe 01.21 / 19:32 www.dw.de
    Leading figures and supporters of the ENF have gathered in the German town of Koblenz to set out their goals. But what does the future of Europe look like according to the right-wing faction? DW's Kate Brady…
  3. Pope to Dominicans: Your good works give glory to God

    Rome, Italy, Jan 21, 2017 / 10:50 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Saturday Pope Francis encouraged Dominicans to persevere in their good works of the last 800 years, which have been like the “salt” and “light” of Christ, spreading the Gospel throughout the world. The transition from the empty revelries of the world to the glorification of God “happens thanks to the good works of those who, becoming disciples of Jesus, have become ‘salt’ and…
  4. US Ambassador to Greece Sends Positive Message for Greek-American Relations

    Greekreporter.com - Greece 01.21 / 18:18 greekreporter.com
    US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt sent a positive message for the future of Greek-American relations following the swearing-in ceremony of the new American President Donald Trump. There is a dynamic and strong commitment by both parties – Republican and Democratic – to the alliance with Greece as well as to the strong relationship between…
  5. Protest in Athens Against US President Trump

    Greekreporter.com - Greece 01.21 / 17:58 greekreporter.com
    The citizens of Athens, Greece, along with a delegation of refugees protested on Saturday at Syntagma square against the new US President Donald Trump shouting slogans “no to the President of the war, racism, sexism, greed and the multinationals.” Refugee children were holding placards with slogans such as “We want to go to school”, “We…
  6. Women's March On Washington Goes Worldwide: Snapshots From Around The Globe

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 01.21 / 17:04 nprberlin.de
    As the Women's March on Washington has swelled in support, attracting attention and supporters in the lead-up to Saturday's demonstrations, its name has become something of a misnomer. Sister marches have been organized in all 50 states, and in countries around the world. They have been organized to express solidarity with the aims of the original march: opposition to President Trump's agenda, and support of women's rights and human rights in general. Given the quirks of time zones, many…
  7. Health Authorities on Alert as Deadly Flu Claims 14 Lives in Greece

    Greekreporter.com - Greece 01.21 / 15:36 greekreporter.com
    Greece’s health authorities are on alert as 14 people have died of flu complications this winter, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) said on Friday. The particular flu virus seems lethal for older people, as all victims were 58-91 years old with only three of them inoculated. The flu virus that prevails this…
  8. Demonstrators Gather Early To Kick Off Women's March On Washington

    Nprberlin.de - Germany 01.21 / 15:21 nprberlin.de
    It began to take shape in the hours after Election Day, as a simple Facebook invitation to march in protest of Donald Trump's electoral victory. By the time President Trump was inaugurated Friday, the Women's March on Washington had ballooned into something much more massive — with a broad platform of political positions , a slate of celebrity performers and a series of sister marches planned in all 50 states and six continents across the world. On Saturday, the heart of those d…
  1. Monica Lewinsky saga in the works as “American Crime Story” season

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 13:57 panarmenian.net
    Showrunner Ryan Murphy has set his sights on exploring the Monica Lewinsky scandal for a subsequent season of the…
  2. Refinery29's “Strangers” trailer features Jemima Kirke, Shiri Appleby

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 12:57 panarmenian.net
    Announced during the Digital Content NewFronts last spring, the series is premiering at the Sundance Film…
  3. Blast causes deaths in Syrian camp near Jordan border

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 12:56 panarmenian.net
    Badr Abu Sultan, a resident of the Rukban camp, says a suspected car bomb in a local market caused the powerful…
  4. Breakout drama “This Is Us” renewed for 2nd and 3rd season at NBC

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 12:36 panarmenian.net
    Starring Milo Ventimigila, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Justin Hartley, “This Is Us” ranks as the No. 2 drama on bro…
  5. Kathryn Hahn, Kevin Bacon’s “I Love Dick” gets premiere date

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 11:56 panarmenian.net
    The show stars Kathryn Hahn as Chris, a frustrated New York filmmaker who finds herself marooned in Marfa,…
  6. Blossoms added to star-studded NOS Alive line-up

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 11:15 panarmenian.net
    Other acts on the bill include Depeche Mode, Wild Beasts, Phoenix, The Kills, Warpaint, and…
  7. Boris Johnson says "positive and optimistic" on relations with Trump

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 10:55 panarmenian.net
    Johnson, who is visiting Myanmar, said on January 21 he was "very optimistic" a trade deal could be done quickly with the new…
  8. Content takes int’l sales on “Cries From Syria” ahead of Sundance debut

    Panarmenian.net - Armenia 01.21 / 09:54 panarmenian.net
    “Cries From Syria” uses footage from Syrian activists and citizen journalists to chronicle the violence engulfing their cou…
  1. Meet the culinary zealot fighting to preserve Syrian cuisine despite years of war

    LATimes-MiddlEeast 01.21 / 20:51 latimes.com
    Each time Saameh Kajaan talks about food in the Syrian city of Aleppo, a true culinary zealot emerges. The restaurateur is so serious about local dishes that along with his black, slicked-back hair, confident charisma and 40-year-old bulky frame, he could pass for a Hollywood-type mobster. “Ou…
  2. Criminal investigation of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu could threaten his hold on power

    LATimes-MiddlEeast 01.19 / 00:49 latimes.com
    A criminal investigation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that may involve discussion of a secret deal that would benefit him and a newspaper owner and gifts from a Hollywood producer could be serious enough to threaten his hold on power, analysts say. The corruption investigation inv…
  1. What Christians are finding as they return to the Nineveh Plain

    Mosul, Iraq, Jan 3, 2017 / 11:55 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As villages on Iraq’s Nineveh Plain are liberated from Islamic State forces, the Christians who lived there have returned, only to find destruction and betrayal. “(When) we went to see what happened to our hometowns, we could not believe the hatred and the revenge that ISIS has against us,” said Sister Diana Momeka, a nun with the Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Siena who ministers to those displaced by…
  1. El ‘Chapo’ se declaró inocente en su primera comparecencia ante la justicia estadounidense

    El capo de la droga Joaquín ‘Chapo’ Guzmán compareció el viernes ante un tribunal estadounidense tras su sorpresiva extradición de México y se declaró inocente de los cargos de haber dirigido la organización narcotraficante más grande del mundo. El ‘Chapo’, que en dos ocasiones protagonizó dramáticos escapes de cárceles mexicanas y fue uno de los... Read more » The post El ‘Chapo’ se declaró inocente en su primera comparecencia ante la justicia esta…
  2. The most corrupt government project roils Dominican Republic

    Dominicantoday.com - The Dominican Republic 01.20 / 20:35 dominicantoday.com
    Santo Domingo.- The widening investigation in Odebrecht's bribes has again focused on the Punta Catalina power plant scandal, who US$2.0 billion ballooned cost makes it Dominican Republic's most corrupt government…
  3. Santiago mayor calls ruling party colleagues 'lab rats'

    Dominicantoday.com - The Dominican Republic 01.20 / 20:35 dominicantoday.com
    Santo Domingo.- The mayor of Dominican Republic's second biggest city on Thursday railed against his own party, the ruling PLD, and described some of his colleagues as "lab rats" paid to slander…
  4. Colombia’s external debt at 40% of GDP: report

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 01.20 / 12:42 colombiareports.com
    Colombia’s foreign debt reached $116 billion in October, equivalent to 40% of the country’s GDP, according to a report published Wednesday by the country’s state-run central bank. As of 2015,… Read more Colombia’s external debt at 40% of GDP:…
  5. European nations donate $16.8M to Colombia peace process

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 01.20 / 11:41 colombiareports.com
    A multi-donor fund set up by the UN to finance the implementation of Colombia’s peace process has received an additional donation of $16.8 million from several European nations, Colombia’s minister of post-conflict has… Read more European nations donate $16.8M to Colombia peace pr…
  6. Prosecutor General highlights flaws in Colombia transitional justice deal

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 01.19 / 21:15 colombiareports.com
    Colombia’s chief prosecutor on Wednesday criticized several aspects of a transitional justice deal between the government and Marxist FARC rebels currently debated in Congress. Prosecutor General Nestor Humberto Martinez sharply questioned… Read more Prosecutor General highlights flaws in Colombia transitional justice …
  7. Dominican Republic-Odebrecht US$92M bribe plot thickens

    Dominicantoday.com - The Dominican Republic 01.19 / 20:15 dominicantoday.com
    Santo Domingo.- The call for tenders for the Punta Catalina coal-fired power plant had been headed by Rodolfo Cabello, a consultant with the State-owned Electric Utility (CDEEE), who is also a Board member of Grupo Estrella, one of the project's beneficiaries, together with Odebrecht of Brazil and Tecnimont of…
  8. Colombia arrests ex-presidential candidate’s bodyguard for alleged assassinaton plot

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia 01.19 / 18:31 colombiareports.com
    Colombia police has arrested the former bodyguard of an ex-presidential candidate who was assassinated on board a domestic flight almost 27 years ago, reported El Tiempo newspaper. A former agent of the now-defunct intelligence… Read more Colombia arrests ex-presidential candidate’s bodyguard for alleged assassinaton plo…