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U.N. Panel Cites Concerns With U.S. Security Practices

published about 13 hours ago
In a report delivered in Geneva, the United Nations Convention Against Torture found issue with domestic law enforcement practices and security policies.

Clashes in Hong Kong as Protesters Return to Cleared Camp

published about 14 hours ago
The police used pepper spray against pro-democracy demonstrators challenging a cordon at their dismantled protest site in the Mong Kok area of Hong Kong.

Japan Addresses Takata Airbag Flaw

published about 14 hours ago
Japan Addresses Takata Airbag Flaw
The Transport Ministry plans to force expanded recalls of Takata devices, reflecting growing unease about the problem and its implications for Japanese carmakers.

Black Friday Embrace by British Retailers Brings Discounts and Disorder

published about 14 hours ago
Black Friday Embrace by British Retailers Brings Discounts and Disorder
The kickoff to Christmas shopping, imported from the United States, has stoked merchants’ sales but also drawn criticism from police officials.

Ousted Prime Minister of Greece Says His Party Needs a New Leader

published about 14 hours ago
George A. Papandreou, the former prime minister, called for an emergency congress of the Socialist party Pasok in a bid to wrest control from his ... more

Deadly Mosque Attack Intensifies Violence Gripping Northern Nigeria

published about 15 hours ago
Scores were feared dead after militants set off explosions at the central mosque in Kano, one of Nigeria’s biggest cities.


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