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Putin voices hope for better US-Russian ties under Trump

Speaking after a bilateral meeting with the Polish prime minister, Beata Szydło, and a number of senior members of her government, May said in response to a question about the position of Donald Trump: "We must recognise increasing Russian assertiveness and I think that it is important that we work together to deal with that".



Parrikar briefs PM Modi on Nagrota army camp attack

Extensive combing operations resumed today morning in Nagrota, where terrorists attacked an army base in which seven defence personnel lost their lives. In another incident, three suspected militants were killed in Ramgarh in the Samba district after the Border Security Force spotted "suspicious movement" along the International Border.



Turkish president threatens to reopen borders to migrants

Debating whether or not Turkey should be in the EU", Erdogan said. "I believe the best way to strengthen Turkey's democracy - the most effective way - is by engaging Turkey and by keeping channels open", she said. A day earlier, the European Parliament voted in favor of a non-binding motion on suspending membership talks with Turkey, sparking strong reactions from the country.


Colombia signs amended peace deal with FARC rebels

Colombia signs amended peace deal with FARC rebels

The leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Rodrigo Londono (front), participates in the signing ceremony of a revised peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC at Colon Theater in Bogota , capital of Colombia, on November 24, 2016.


Syrian regime 'and their influencers' accused of preventing aid to Aleppo

Syrian regime 'and their influencers' accused of preventing aid to Aleppo

The government's advance on the ground has been accompanied by heavy bombardment, with air strikes, barrel bomb attacks and artillery fire pounding rebel-held neighbourhoods. More than 20,000 people have fled from there over the past 72 hours as Syrian forces continued to advance in the rebel-held part of the city, according to the Red Cross.


Presidential election recount set to begin in Wisconsin

Presidential election recount set to begin in Wisconsin

As deadlines loom in Pennsylvania and Michigan, Stein continued her push for battleground recounts on Monday. This petition seeks a statewide recount and inspection of voting machines. President-elect Donald Trump wins Michigan's 16 electoral votes, the secretary of state's office announced on Monday. The Wisconsin recount was estimated to cost about $3.9 million, while Stein paid $973,250 for the one in MI.