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Friday, Nov 30

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Gibraltar will be included in post-Brexit trade deals: official

Following Spain drama, top Gibraltar official tells Al Jazeera peninsula will be covered by withdrawal arrangements.

Palestinians mark 40th International Solidarity Day

Palestinian government says international community should be held responsible for allowing Israel's ongoing occupation.

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Sri Lanka MPs vote to block cash flow to office of disputed PM

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It comes as yet another moral pressure on Rajapaksa who continues to hold office despite not having working majority.

Scores of inmates escape Indonesia jail according to police

Police recapture 23 inmates but at least 90 are on the run after they escaped from a prison in Banda Aceh.

Dozens of pilot whales die in latest New Zealand stranding

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It is fifth stranding in New Zealand within a week, involving 145 pilot whales which all died after they beached.

Uninvited guests keep watch for China inside Uighur homes

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More than a million local government workers have been deployed to ethnic minorities' home to monitor their behaviour.

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DR Congo Ebola outbreak second largest in history: WHO

The UN health body confirms 426 cases, with 198 deaths reported since August, as DRC struggles to contain the disease.

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G20 Summit 2018: All the latest updates

Britain's PM says she will press Prince Mohammed over the Khashoggi murder and Yemen war during talks at the G20 summit.

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Life after the Lees? Singapore prepares for the future

Finance minister becomes likely successor to Lee Hsien Loong as city-state positions for more challenging future.

Honduran court convicts seven of killing environmental activist

Caceres reported receiving death threats and her family alleges hydroelectric company officials' involvement.

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'Extremely abominable': Chinese gene-editing scientist faces law

China condemns the work of He Jiankui as institutions distance themselves from the academic who gene-edited twin girls.

Afghan Hazaras slaughtered and Australian families want action

Even safely resettled in Australia, the spectre of Taliban violence still haunts the targeted minority group.

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

British prime minister will also press Mohammed bin Salman over the disastrous war in Yemen that he's waged.

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Ex-envoy wins Georgia presidency, vote to be challenged

Salome Zurabishvili, who wants to balance ties between Moscow and the West, got 60 percent of the vote, officials say.

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What is ahead for the US-Saudi Arabia relationship?

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US Senators vote to debate a bill that would end military support for the Saudi-UAE coalition fighting in Yemen.

Taiwan activists: Marriage-equality movement setback not the end

Despite ballot-box failure, proponents say it's only a matter of time before same-sex marriage is written into law.

Thursday, Nov 29

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Breakthrough, escalation or pause? Trump, Xi set to meet at G20

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Trump says he's close to a trade deal with China but cautions that he doesn't know if he wants to do it.

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Mothers of Argentina's disappeared march against G20

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Mothers of Plaza de Mayo hold 2120th march, demand return of those forcibly disappeared during Argentina's dictatorship.

US serial killer Samuel Little confessed to 90 murders, FBI says

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FBI investigators have confirmed 34 killings described by Little so far, with many more cases pending.

May, Corbyn haggle over broadcaster of their Brexit debate

Theresa May and Labour's Jeremy Corbyn to debate Brexit on December 9, but will it be BBC or ITV?

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More than $175,000 raised for Syrian teen attacked at UK school

Widely-shared video shows refugee teen being physically assaulted and verbally abused on Huddersfield school playground.

Houthi chief raise hopes for Yemen peace talks: report

Prospects for a UN-brokered summit in Sweden appear bolstered by a Saudi TV report and Houthi chief's remarks.

General Motors job cuts: A harbinger of the next crash

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The job cuts announced by GM and the shrinking of the industrial base are the bells tolling for the next crash.

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Israel releases Palestinian boy jailed for 'plotting attack'

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Imprisonment of Shadi Farrah highlights concerns about mistreatment of Palestinian children arrested by Israeli forces.

Thousands protest over Zimbabwe's economic crisis

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Zimbabweans are back on streets after police assurance that they will be safe if their march was peaceful.

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What to expect from the G20 summit in Buenos Aires

Who will meet MBS? Will there be a breakthrough in the US-China trade war? What groups are leading protests?

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2018 set to be fourth hottest year on record: UN

World Meteorological Organisation says 20 warmest years on record have been in last 22 years.

Gaza hospitals overwhelmed by wounded in Israeli violence: Report

Doctors without Borders says number of injuries 'would overstretch the best healthcare systems in the world'.

Kashmir sees its deadliest year in about a decade

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Over 500 people have died since January in Indian-administered region after army stepped up presence, rights groups say.

The Saudi women detained for demanding basic human rights

Those jailed as part of a crackdown call for the right to drive and an end to the kingdom's male guardianship system.