News 8 Dec 2016 – World Edition

Posted by Editor at December 8, 2016

Category: News

Coffins containing the remains of victims of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crash are carried into the mortuary at PIMS hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan December 8, 2016. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

– Pakistan mourns 47 killed in air crash, as investigators seek answers

US and Russia ‘close’ to deal on Syria’s Aleppo

– Iraqi troops retreat after Mosul hospital battle

– Iraqi Army Denies It Kills Dozens of Civilians in Anbar Air Strikes

– Hellish conditions engulf east Aleppo, while life goes on in the west

UK: Israel A Threat To Middle East Peace, According To Edward Snowden Leaks

– Theresa May cuts Boris Johnson adrift ahead of his visit to Gulf

– Extensive British Spying Throughout Africa Revealed In Le Monde

– Merkel’s Bavarian allies praise tougher migrant stance but say it’s not enough

– German court rules Muslim girls must take part in swimming lessons

– Marine Le Pen: No free school for illegal migrants in France

– South Korean assembly introduces bill to impeach president

– South Korea’s President Awaits Her Fate, Dejected, Sleepless and Alone

– Scientists slam Donald Trump’s environment chief over climate denial: ‘It’s like disputing gravity’

– A Canadian Province Just Passed a Resolution for Universal Basic Income

– Giraffes facing ‘silent extinction’ as population plunges

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