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New York Knicks: Derrick Rose will play against Lakers

He went through shootaround with no issues so he looks like he'll return Sunday against the Knicks. It overcame the Minnesota Timberwolves 106-104, Miami Heat 114-103, and Sacramento Kings 103-100 to shake its road woes and snap its four-game losing streak away from Madison Square Garden.


Two dead, two injured as chopper crashes in Mumbai

Two dead, two injured as chopper crashes in Mumbai

Another resident of Filter Pada, Akshay Jadhav, 21, said: "They were in bad condition, with bodies partially burnt". Another passenger died because of multiple injuries on his head and chest. The helicopter was made in 1992. Mumbai : Two persons were killed and two others were injured when a helicopter crashed in Aarey Colony area of Goregaon, Mumbai , on Sunday.



US not necessarily bound by "one China" policy

Mike Green, a former top adviser on Asia to former President George W. Bush, said ending the "one China" policy would be a mistake because it would throw the US-China relationship into turmoil and jeopardise Beijing's cooperation on issues such as North Korea.


Bomb kills 29 at Somalia's main port

Bomb kills 29 at Somalia's main port

Among the dead were at least five police officers and two young boys. The blast rocked Somalia's biggest seaport - in capital Mogadishu - in the early hours of Sunday morning. The station was heavily damaged and a busy tax facility was also affected by the blast. Thick plumes of black smoke could be seen above the blast site from throughout the city.



The Obamas are breaking tradition with their final White House Christmas card

This year's card has largely evoked an emotional reaction on social media. Inside, the card was signed by the entire Obama family - including two paw prints from their Portuguese Water Dogs Sunny and Bo! The photo that features in the card was originally taken at a March state dinner honoring Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau .


Dreamworld donates $157k to victims' families

Dreamworld donates $157k to victims' families

Dreamworld have announced this morning that over $150,000 will be donated to the families of those killed in the ride tragedy in October, following a successful charity weekend at the theme park. "I love the tigers", he said. "Today is a day of hope and moving forward", she said. Dreamworld's CEO Craig Davidson outside Dreamworld. "Then if there's anything we need to change we will".