Chaos in France: One killed as mass protests break out across France over fuel prices
Express.co.uk, 17 November at 15:44
The demonstrators, part of a grassroots movement dubbed the "yellow vests", caused logjams on highways and blocked roundabouts as they railed against the fuel tax hikes introduced by Mr Macron, whose approval rating has plummeted according to recent ...
Jamal Khashoggi murder ordered by Saudi Crown Prince bin Salman - CIA concludes
Daily Star, 17 November at 15:21
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Man shot several times in Londonderry
BBC News, 17 November at 15:14
A man in his 30's has been shot several times in Londonderry receiving "life changing" injuries. The incident happened in the Rinsmore Drive area of the city shortly before 21.10 GMT on Friday. It is reported the man received gunshot wounds to his arms
Missing Argentine submarine FOUND at bottom of sea after vanishing with 44 crew
Mirror.co.uk, 17 November at 14:49
An Argentine submarine which vanished a year ago with 44 crew members onboard has been found at the bottom of the ocean. A huge search was mounted for the ARA San Juan when it disappeared on November 15 last year.
French protester killed in accident at anti-fuel tax blockade
The Guardian, 17 November at 14:46
A female protester has died after being hit by a motorist as demonstrators angry at fuel tax hikes gridlocked parts of France on Saturday. Police said 47 other protesters had also been injured, three critically, as France's newest people's movement
England spin their way to within three wickets of series win in Sri Lanka
The Guardian, 17 November at 14:21
Sri Lanka 336 & 226-7; England 290 & 346 • Hosts will start final day 75 runs from levelling series. Press Association. Sat 17 Nov 2018 06.21 EST Last modified on Sat 17 Nov 2018 06.26 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email ...
Sri Lanka v England: Tourists close in on series win before rain ends day four early
BBC Sport, 17 November at 14:18
England put themselves on the brink of victory in the second Test and the series against Sri Lanka before rain brought an early end to day four. Set 301 to win in Pallekele, the hosts recovered from 26-3 to reach 221-5 thanks to Angelo Mathews.
Thousands gather to block London bridges in climate rebellion
The Guardian, 17 November at 14:12
Thousands of people have descended on central London for a “day of rebellion” in protest over the looming climate crisis. People began massing on five bridges over the River Thames from 10am on Saturday. By 11.30am organisers said all five target ...
CIA: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Ordered Khashoggi Murder
Newsweek, 17 November at 14:01
The CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, sources familiar with the matter told media outlets. Sources told Reuters the CIA had briefed other parts of the U.S. government, ...
Xi and Pence Stake Out Trade Positions in Dueling Speeches at Pacific Rim Forum
New York Times, 17 November at 13:44
SYDNEY, Australia — President Xi Jinping of China and Vice President Mike Pence pushed back against criticism of each of their countries' trade practices in speeches on Saturday at an Asia-Pacific trade summit meeting in Papua New Guinea, while ...
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