Friday, 2nd December 2016

World News

Donald Trump calls for more inclusive society (CBS News)

Official: Airline was warned plane barely had enough fuel for flight to Medellin (CBS News)

Rescue workers pull woman from collapsed building in South Dakota (CBS News)

Ret. Gen. "Mad Dog" Mattis tapped by Trump as defense secretary pick (CBS News)

Trumps deal with Carrier leaves unpredictability for other companies (CBS News)

"The U.S. is not the world," Mexico official says after Trump-Carrier deal (CBS News)

Arizona teen jumps off school bus to save his dog from house fire (CBS News)

One year later, San Bernardino attack survivor breaks his silence (CBS News)

Trump breaks US stance with direct Taiwan call (BBC)

Donald Trump risks China rift with Taiwan call (Financial Times - Paywall)

Nico Rosberg quits Formula One after winning world title (Daily Mail)

Peng Chang-kuei, Chef Behind General Tso’s Chicken, Dies at 98 (New York Times - Paywall)

Note to Santa found after boy was killed inside Los Angeles apartment (Daily Mail)

Woman killed by tractor-trailer while checking on child (CBS News)

Donald Trump and the Taiwanese President Just Had an Unprecedented Phone Call (Time Magazine)

Colombian plane crash survivor cal out into the darkness for his work colleagues (Daily Mail)

Meghan Markle to miss out on Royal Gala unless Prince Harry proposes (Daily Star)

Conway on "spirited" Harvard clash with Clinton aide, Carrier deal (CBS News)

OPEC Deal Is No Remedy for Poorest Members (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Trump and Clinton aides clash at Harvard forum (CBS News)

Med school cuts ties with doc over racist remark about first lady (CBS News)

Andrew Sachs: Fawlty Towers' Manuel dies aged 86 (BBC)

Gambia's president said he'd rule for a billion years. But voters decided otherwise (Los Angeles Times)

Edward Heath abuse claims: Police defend investigation (BBC)

Muslim comedian seated next to Eric Trump on flight details his flight with future first son (Daily Mail)

Bolivia vows tough action over fatal air crash (Financial Times - Paywall)

Nearly 2,000 Iraqi troops, 900 civilians killed in November (CNN)

Anti-terror police surround Paris travel agency after armed men seize seven hostages (Daily Mail)

Lorry driver who killed two men while sending Facebook messages to his girlfriend jailed (Daily Mail)

General Tso's chicken inventor Chef Peng Chang-kuei dies (Daily Mail)

Beloved clown killed in strike (CNN)

Witness: Deadly Walmart crash "like a train came through" (CBS News)

UN: Rape used as tool for ethnic cleansing in South Sudan (CBS News)

Why Manscaping Is Under Attack in Spain and New York (Newsweek Magazine)

Colombia plane crash: Chapecoense player Moises Santos claims players were 'ASSASSINATED' (Daily Mail)

Trump supporters challenge recount bid in Rust Belt states (BBC)

Woman and Her Dog Saved From Rubble After South Dakota Building Collapse (Time Magazine)

Kazakhstan: Trump praised "miracle" achieved under our president (CBS News)

Trump picks Wall Street heads for advisory council (Financial Times - Paywall)

Beloved Aleppo clown killed in airstrike (CNN)

Eye Closer: President-elect Trump takes victory lap (CBS News)

How Proximity' Helped Elect Donald Trump President (Time Magazine)

Brazilian footballers were 'ASSASSINATED': Team-mate claims plane crash was 'no accident' (Daily Star)

Turkish delivery driver tries to carry 40 boxes of spaghetti in one go on his motorbike (Daily Mail)

The Latest: Colombia repatriates dead, crash investigated (Fox News)

Indonesian Police Arrest 10 for Suspected Treason (New York Times - Paywall)

Why some Rockefeller descendants are "denouncing a family legacy" (CBS News)

Suspect Arrested in New Orleans French Quarter Shooting That Killed 1 and Wounded 9 (Time Magazine)

Oops I Did It Again: Why Politicians Keep Using Referendums to Boost Their Causes (Newsweek Magazine)

Bodies of Brazil soccer team killed in plane crash head home (Fox News)

Ted Heath Police Probe: Chief Constable Mike Veale Defends Wiltshire Police (Huffington Post)

Brexit EU customs union deal possible - trade minister (BBC)

Uzbekistan Set to Elect Its Second Ever President (Newsweek Magazine)

Why the Holocaust-themed Ice-skating Performance Is a Disgrace (Newsweek Magazine)

BREAKING: Armed Paris hostage taker on the run after escaping from police marksmen (Daily Express)

Philippines President Duterte phones Trump (Fox News)

We Might Get Another Iconic Star Wars Character Cameo in Rogue One (Time Magazine)

Paris police asking drivers to avoid area near armed robbery (Fox News)

President-elect Trump basks in victory at Ohio rally (CBS News)

President Obama and Chance the Rapper Singing Christmas Carols Together Will Fill You With All the Holiday Cheer (Time Magazine)

Tears for the 'Clown Of Aleppo,' Killed by Airstrike (NBC News)

Former NFL player Joe McKnight killed in shooting (CBS News)

Donald Trump Invites Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte to the White House After Animated' Phone Call (Time Magazine)

Crooked copper steals £16K police equipment and sells it on eBay (Daily Star)

Watch Guns N' Roses Invite Mexican Fans Onstage to Smash a Donald Trump Pi ata (Time Magazine)

Watchdog launches probe into care homes amidst fears the elderly are being ripped off (Daily Mail)

Football sex abuse: Southampton contact police inquiry (BBC)

Trump and Clinton aides confrontation at Harvard forum (CBS News)

Eye Opener: Trump names his pick for secretary of defense (CBS News)

Edinburgh police launch murder investigation after man is found dead in a flat (Daily Mail)

South American Nations Suspend Venezuela From Mercosur Trade Group (Time Magazine)

Trump, Putin can undo years of terrible foreign policy (CNN)

Plane crash: Team will 'come back strong' (CNN)

Indian teen has 2.8kg tumour removed from her cheek after 14 years (Daily Mail)

Brazilian team's plane crashed after FATAL decision by players left 'no time to refuel' (Daily Star)

Stanley Rother, U.S. Priest Killed in ’81 in Guatemala, Is Declared a Martyr (New York Times - Paywall)

Grandmother finds mummified body of her grandson in attic 2 years after he went missing (Daily Mail)

Devastated family of an 86-year-old man who killed his dementia-sufferer wife, 85, and then stepped in front a train say the tragedy should have been averted by social services (Daily Mail)

Gate stolen from Nazi concentration camp with the slogan 'Work will set you free' is found two years later in Norway (Daily Mail)

Stephen Colbert Says Watch Out, Donald Trump Is About to Get Mass-Texting Abilities (Time Magazine)

Interiors experts including Alison Cork reveal why you should NEVER get a kitchen island (Daily Mail)

Chapecoense plane crash: Survivor 'may play football again' (BBC)

Cat named Lobstah has one paw which is shaped like a CLAW thanks to unfortunate deformity (Daily Mail)

Prince Left Behind an Estimated $200 Million Estate (Time Magazine)

Ex Argos security from London estate defeats African dictator to become Gambia PRESIDENT (Daily Mail)

THOUSANDS of walruses squash up against one another in rare sighting in Alaska (Daily Mail)

The world's oldest artificial Christmas tree is found in a dusty box 140 YEARS later (Daily Mail)

Moment when Soviet jet fighter almost shot down US spy plane above the Barents Sea (Daily Mail)

Prince Harry boards plane from Barbados to Guyana on final leg of his Caribbean tour (Daily Mail)

Trump will continue to rewrite the rules (CNN)

Britons are drinking 42% more than they were 30 years ago (Daily Mail)

Why We All Need To Be "Orange" (Huffington Post)

Boy, 11, rips off 2 of his fingers after they were impaled on spikes at the top of a 10ft fence he scaled (Daily Mail)

Why Do Grown Ups Need Father Christmas? (Huffington Post)

Millionaire Peter Morgan 'who killed his escort lover told his wife of affair on Valentine's Day' (Daily Mail)

Ex-NFL RB Joe McKnight Killed in New Orleans Suburb (NBC News)

Children left 'heartbroken' by primary school play casting doubt on the existence of Santa (Daily Mail)

Student Sues Walden U.: 'I Wasted Six Years of My Life' (NBC News)

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN ponders asks why the Bank caved in to pressure so easily (Daily Mail)

The Problem With Power: Why We Don't Get The Leaders We Deserve (Huffington Post)

Trump Transition: Mad Dog Picked for Pentagon as Clintons Popular Votes Rises (Newsweek Magazine)

Why François Hollande Dropped Out of France's Presidential Race (Time Magazine)

Longtime Gambian President Loses Vote (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Crime boss Patrick 'Patsy' Adams given NINE YEARS for shooting 'grass' in the chest (Daily Star)

Qatar Airways plane pilot films amazing footage of Dubai at night (Daily Mail)

The One Show blasted by viewers as Clare Balding 'shamelessly' promotes children's novel (Daily Mail)

Uni murder bloodbath: Student dies after being knifed in face in street (Daily Star)

Diamond battery made from nuclear waste could last more than 5,000 YEARS (Daily Mail)

Women Graduates 'Earn £6,500 Less Than Men Five Years After Leaving University' (Huffington Post)

Elephant beaten with canes by keepers at British zoo 4 years ago is put to sleep aged 32 (Daily Mail)

Phone encryption: Police 'mug' suspect to get data (BBC)

Fans call for Prince Harry to date pop star Rihanna after pair meet in Barbados (Daily Mail)

Rape used for ethnic cleansing in South Sudan, says UN team (Fox News)

Primary school GRADES parents from A to D on how well they're supporting their children (Daily Mail)

Trump protesters: 'I will not stand for you' (CNN)

Only one in 25 British Muslims believe Al Qaeda carried out 9/11 terror attack and believe 'wild and outlandish conspiracy theories' - but 93 per cent say they love the UK (Daily Mail)

Lithuania urges Trump to uphold NATO security commitments (Fox News)

Birkenhead teen dies in horror crash when boyfriend 'put his foot down' and lost control (Daily Mail)

Why We Need to Rebalance U.S.-Saudi Relations (Newsweek Magazine)

US jobless rate falls to lowest level in 9 years (Financial Times - Paywall)

Dozens of civilians killed in strikes in Syria and Iraq, US-led coalition reports (Fox News)

Why This Weekend Will Be a Boon for Baby Boomers (NBC News)

Stirling teenage girls pretended they had been abducted sparking a major police search (Daily Mail)

Trump bashes Clinton, media (CNN)

Worcester school bullies beat a 14-year-old boy because they didn't like his RUCKSACK (Daily Mail)

Trump names Mattis as defence secretary (BBC)

Robert Mugabe Must Pass on Baton:' South Africa's Julius Malema (Newsweek Magazine)

Europe police reveal which nations ISIS could target next (Fox News)

Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh Concedes Defeat' in Election: Commission (Newsweek Magazine)

Pirates seize Russian captain, 2 crew in waters off Nigeria (Fox News)

Driver who nearly died is ordered to pay £10k to repair the crash barrier in Devon (Daily Mail)

Gambia's President to Concede Defeat in Historic Elections (Time Magazine)

Britain's Boris Johnson Says Donald Trump Has a Point' On NATO (Time Magazine)

Sheridan Smith's father Colin dies from cancer aged 80 (Daily Mail)

BBC Question Time Sees Laurie Penny Clash With Primary School Teacher Over Racism' Claims (Huffington Post)

Menopause affects women's lungs the same way as smoking 20 cigarettes a day for 10 YEARS (Daily Mail)

Far-right politician campaigning for Austrian president says he will push for EU referendum if he wins election which polls say is too close to call (Daily Mail)

Why African leaders revere Fidel Castro (CNN)

WATCH: Heartbreaking moment police dog is stricken with grief at his handler's funeral (Daily Express)

China court clears man of rape and murder 21 years after his execution (Daily Mail)

St Laurence School male deputy headteacher will return as a woman after Christmas (Daily Mail)

MP Anna Soubry contacts police over 'Jo Cox' tweet (BBC)

Mo Farah Tells Newsweek: Donald Trump Could Force Me Back to Britain (Newsweek Magazine)

Lib Dems' new MP dragged off-air after Brexit roasting in car crash radio interview (Daily Express)

Coffins of Chapecoense players killed in Colombian plane crash pictured in funeral home (Daily Mail)

Hurdles Remain for New Colombia Peace Deal With FARC Guerrillas (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Prince Harry talks candidly about the violence he endured in his school rugby matches (Daily Mail)

How a Trump Administration Could Reshape the Internet (NBC News)

Chickens in Colorado play the XYLOPHONE after their owner tied one to their coop (Daily Mail)

Woodland Hills High School principal suspended after recorded abusing 14-year-old pupil (Daily Mail)

Richmond By-Election Victory Shows 'People Like Donald Trump Don't Always Win' (Huffington Post)

Thailand's Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn today became the king (Daily Mail)

Trump team eyes Iran sanctions beyond nuclear framework (Financial Times - Paywall)

Show-off attempting a backflip off a wall tumbles into the ground in embarrassing fashion (Daily Mail)

Gambian official: President to concede defeat after 22 years (Fox News)

North Acton Stabbing: Young Man Killed Outside Student Halls At University Of The Arts London (Huffington Post)

Judge blasts speeding taxi driver who killed a boy in West Bromwich (Daily Mail)

Boris Johnson warns Vladimir Putin but backs Donald Trump on Nato (Daily Mail)

Colombia Plane Crash Pilot Received Fuel Warning Before Flight (Newsweek Magazine)

Why U.S. airstrikes are still killing Syrian civilians even with the most high-tech targeting technology (Los Angeles Times)

I'm A Celebrity': Larry Lamb Laughs Off Martin Roberts Rivalry After Jungle Exit (Huffington Post)

Colnbrook immigration centre murder probe launched after detainee dies in fight' (Daily Mail)

18 killed as passenger bus plunges into lake (CBS News)

Why Richard Branson and Other Billionaires Are Attacking the Way We Do Business (Time Magazine)

Pope OKs martyrdom decree for US priest killed in Guatemala (Fox News)

Top earning women graduates make 18% less than men five years after leaving university (Daily Mail)

WATCH: Horror as bus burns in south west London high street (Daily Star)

Anna Soubry Reports 'Jo Cox Death Threat' Tweet To Police (Huffington Post)

Prosecutors want 4 years for train dispatcher in fatal crash (Fox News)

China: Man executed 21 years ago innocent (CNN)

Trump appoints Gen 'Mad Dog' Mattis as US defence secretary (BBC)

Trump Kicks Off Thank You Tour By Invoking Familiar Populist Message (Newsweek Magazine)

UK weather: Sub-zero temperatures for the South but in Scotland it's a balmy 10c (Daily Mail)

Militias clash in Libya's Tripoli, worst violence in 2 years (Fox News)

Salford primary school evacuated after man threatened mass shooting (Daily Mail)

Trump kicks off "Thank You" tour (CBS News)

President François Hollande of France Won’t Seek Re-election (New York Times - Paywall)

Prince Harry, Rihanna get HIV tests (CBS News)

Trump holds first post-election rally in Ohio (CBS News)

19 years after boys disappearance, mother pleads guilty to manslaughter (CBS News)

French President Hollande won't run again (CNN)

Colombian crash plane ditched refuelling stop because it was late taking off (Daily Mail)

SCHOOL LOCKDOWN: Armed police swoop on primary school as man threatens mass shooting (Daily Express)

Salford school threat: Cops swoop after mass shooting fears (Daily Star)

The Trump Campaign Will Try to Block the Green Party's Recount Effort in Michigan (Time Magazine)

Editorial: In Colombia, Turning a Peace Deal Into Reality (New York Times - Paywall)

Andrew Sachs who played Manuel in Fawlty Towers dies at 86 (Daily Mail)

South Korean Opposition Vows to Impeach Park Geun-hye Next Week (New York Times - Paywall)

Three migrants arrested as man, 64, dies after assault at immigration centre (Daily Star)

Investigation of Colombia Plane Crash Continues as Families Prepare to Receive the Dead (Time Magazine)

Migrant killed at immigration centre in Hillingdon - three migrants arrested for murder (Daily Express)

Trump touts deal to keep 800 Carrier jobs in U.S. (CBS News)

Books suspended by Va. school for racial slurs (CBS News)

South Korean opposition seeking to impeach Park next Friday (Fox News)

12/01: Trump touts deal to keep 800 Carrier jobs in U.S.; Niagara Falls debuts new light system (CBS News)

Trump announces he will appoint Gen. James Mattis to secretary of defense (CBS News)

Gun-wielding student at Utah school disarmed by his mum (BBC)

French President Hollande Won't Run for Re-Election (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Start of WW3? North Korea OPENS FIRE on South as Crazy Kim vows to wipe out neighbour (Daily Star)

'Fawlty Towers' star Sachs dies (CNN)

Trump Picks Gen. James 'Mad Dog' Mattis as Defense Secretary (NBC News)

Donald Trump's Thank You' Tour Kicks Off In Cincinnati With Big Promises (Time Magazine)

Ryan Lochte 'offered deal to pay in exchange for dropping charges for false robbery' (Daily Mail)

China court clears man 21 years after his execution (Fox News)

Donald Trump vows 'consequences' for companies leaving US (BBC)

Andrew Sachs, Hapless Waiter on the BBC Sitcom ‘Fawlty Towers,’ Dies at 86 (New York Times - Paywall)

Ex-NFL player shot, killed in possible road-rage incident (CBS News)

Watch Martin Shkreli Respond to the School Kids Who Recreated His Drug for $2 a Dose (Time Magazine)

Family of Colombia crash survivor 'Neto' has mixed emotions (Fox News)

Families prepare to receive the dead from Colombia crash (Fox News)

EU police report highlights ongoing IS threat to Europe (Fox News)

Hillary who? President-elect Donald Trump names Mad Dog' Mattis as Defence Secretary (Daily Express)

Buzz Aldrin evacuated from South Pole for medical reasons (CBS News)

Australia Police grant cancer patient's wish 'to blow stuff up' (BBC)

Police make arrests in "unprecedented" cybercrime takedown (CBS News)

South Korea, Japan announce new sanctions on North Korea (Fox News)

Boris Johnson to back Donald Trump on Nato spending (BBC)

Gambians Choose Between Ruler of 22 Years and a United Opposition (New York Times - Paywall)

Trump Pledges 'America First' in Speech on Victory Tour (NBC News)

School districts memo on Santa Claus sparks social media uproar (CBS News)

Rosie O'Donnell apologizes to Melania over Barron Trump autism comments on Twitter (Daily Mail)

18 killed after bus plunges into lake in central China (Fox News)

Buzz Aldrin evacuated from a trip to the South Pole after his 'condition deteriorated' (Daily Mail)

Donald Trump to Nominate Retired Marine Corps General James Mattis for Secretary of Defense (Newsweek Magazine)

Woman suffers "horrific" injuries in pit bull attack, dog killed (CBS News)

Fairmont Hotels' infographic charts popular bridal hair trends from last 100 years (Daily Mail)

One year after San Bernardino attack, unity prevails (CBS News)

Donald Trump claims he 'WILL build the wall' and punish companies who leave the US (Daily Express)

Trump picks 'Mad Dog' for defense (CNN)

Trump picks retired Gen. James Mattis as Defense secretary (Los Angeles Times)

Donald Trump Chooses Retired Marine Gen. James Mattis for Defense Secretary (Time Magazine)

Australian ocean photographer Lloyd Meudell captures waves in New South Wales (Daily Mail)

Will South Korean president Park Geun-hye be impeached? (BBC)

Clinton and Trump Aides Clash at Campaign Managers Conference (Time Magazine)

Did Trump call Pakistan's PM 'terrific'? (CNN)

Looks Like Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Is One Step Closer to a Broadway Run (Time Magazine)

French President Francois Hollande will not stand for re-election next year (Daily Mail)

Armed police scrambled to a Little Hutton primary school today after reports of threat (Daily Mail)

Councils pay out £10m for school asbestos claims (BBC)

Girl in school Christmas nativity goes viral AGAIN as she really belts out words to a hymn (Daily Mail)

President-elect Donald Trump may never reach the White House after elector BOMBSHELL (Daily Star)

Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs dies aged 86 after battle with dementia (Daily Star)

TalkTalk and Post Office broadband cyber-attack kicks nearly 500k users off internet (Daily Mail)

Marcelo Odebrecht Agrees to Plea Deal in Brazilian Corruption Probe (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Andrew Sachs, Actor Famous For Playing Manuel In Fawlty Towers, Dies Aged 86 (Huffington Post)

Prince Harry announces royal internship at Buckingham Palace (CBS News)

Chapecoense plane crash: Minute's silence to be held before all games this weekend (BBC)

Cockpit recording suggests jet was low on fuel before Colombia crash (CBS News)

Prince Harry and Rihanna get HIV tests in Barbados (BBC)

Prince Harry announces royal hospitality scholarships (CBS News)

What Russian President Vladimir Putin hopes to get from a Trump administration (Los Angeles Times)

Some Guantanamo Bay prisoners held for years without charges (CBS News)

Buzz Aldrin 'in good spirits' after South Pole evacuation (BBC)

Gilmore Girls Creators Discuss Whether Stars Hollow Would Have Voted for Donald Trump (Time Magazine)

Sheffield parents call for school to be closed after suspected norovirus outbreak (Daily Mail)

Trump Warns Outsourcing Firms of Consequences at Indiana Carrier Visit (Newsweek Magazine)

Californian killed in Syria is remembered as humble, dedicated to Kurdish cause (Los Angeles Times)

Buzz Aldrin recovering after South Pole evacuation (Financial Times - Paywall)

Curry chef was killed by his restaurant manager over how to cook tandoori chicken (Daily Mail)

Ofsted chief says resentment about school standards in north fuelled Brexit (Daily Mail)

One of World’s Most Wanted Hashish Smugglers Arrested in Morocco (New York Times - Paywall)

New England manager Gareth Southgate reveals he played with an abused footballer as one police force announces it has 10 suspects and 350 players say they are victims (Daily Mail)

Buzz Aldrin Medically Evacuated From South Pole (NBC News)

Rhys Hargreaves 'was blowing up hippy crack balloons at the wheel' seconds before crash (Daily Mail)

Trump's Romney romance could be one big setup (CNN)

Bolivia Suspends LaMia Airline License After Colombia Crash (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Crash controller: 'I did what was possible' (CNN)

Mexico City temple to god of wind built more than 650 years ago is uncovered (Daily Mail)

Deeply Unpopular French President Hollande Wont Run for Re-Election (Newsweek Magazine)

Prince Harry meets Rihanna (CNN)

Buzz Aldrin Is Evacuated From the South Pole After Falling Ill (New York Times - Paywall)

French President Hollande won't seek reelection (Fox News)

Colombia plane crash: Interview with Chapecoense team and crew captures moment before flight (Daily Mail)

Eye Opener at 8: Tornadoes hit the South (CBS News)

The Latest: French President Hollande won't seek reelection (Fox News)

Congress Ready to Put Off Relocating NATO Intelligence Center (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Golden girl finds love on and off the field (CNN)

Donald Trump calls Pakistan a "fantastic place of fantastic people" (CBS News)

Ed Balls: Trump Victory Piled Pressure On Me To Do Gangnam Perfectly (Huffington Post)

Clown of Aleppo who entertained war weary children is killed in 'Russian airstrike' (Daily Mail)

Hundreds report football child abuse to police (BBC)

Eye Opener: Trump set for victory lap after saving 1,000 U.S. jobs (CBS News)

Trump Kicks Off Victory Lap by Touting Carrier Deal (NBC News)

Cirque du Soleil technician dies on set (BBC)

Why Stripping Down is a Legitimate Form of Protest (Newsweek Magazine)

Victims' relatives in Brazil say soccer-team crash avoidable (Fox News)

In phone call with leader, Trump lavishes praise on Pakistan, 'fantastic place of fantastic people' (Los Angeles Times)

Why invest in sustainable cities? (CNN)

Brampton teenager killed herself after texting her boyfriend following a row (Daily Mail)

Violinist, 38, who pretended to have cancer to con men out of £300,000 on Craigslist before lavishing it on holidays with her boyfriend is jailed for two and a half years (Daily Mail)

Thai crown prince takes throne to launch new era (Financial Times - Paywall)

Theresa May's Home Office 'to send children of illegal immigrants to bottom of school list' (Daily Mail)

Russia's Lavrov Hopes Trump Will Not Interfere in Internal Affairs (Newsweek Magazine)

'White only zone' Racist posters plastered across British town spark police investigation (Daily Express)

Colombia Chapecoense plane crash: What we know (BBC)

Trump Transition: President-elect Celebrates Carrier Job-Saving Deal (Newsweek Magazine)

Government Ethics office "excited" to read Trump tweets on leaving his business (CBS News)

Police Probe As Racist White Zone' Posters Appear In Newbury (Huffington Post)

Iraq hopes OPEC deal will help cover its massive war costs (Fox News)

Gingrich: Romney 'sucking up' to Trump (CNN)

Austrian Anti-Immigrant Party Forges Ties to Trump (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Another Rwanda? U.N. Warns of Genocide Risk in South Sudan (Newsweek Magazine)

When Prince Harry met Rihanna (CNN)

Jose Mourinho: Manchester United Won, So Why is Jose Still Not Happy? (Newsweek Magazine)

Kyrgyzstan's President Claims Russian Troops Must Go (Newsweek Magazine)

A Medicare War Is Coming. What Will Trump Do? (NBC News)

Russia warships take position off Crimea in response to Ukrainian missile drills (Daily Mail)

Downed Brazilian Soccer Team Plane Was Out of Fuel (Newsweek Magazine)

Mont Péko Journal: Ousting Squatter Farmers to Save Forest, Ivory Coast Sets Off New Crisis (New York Times - Paywall)

Princess Helena College maths teacher struck off for kissing teen after overdose attempt (Daily Mail)

How Trump burns the weight off (CNN)

Trump assembles America's 'richest cabinet' (BBC)

Tom Ford refused to dress Melania Trump and said his clothes are 'too expensive' for her (Daily Mail)

Hereford police officer filmed 'PUNCHING a suspect during an arrest' (Daily Mail)

Buffalo escapes the jaws of TWO prides of hungry lions in South Africa (Daily Mail)

Prince Harry Announces a Scholarship to Serve the Royal Family (New York Times - Paywall)

Southampton secondary school forced to apologise after poster upsets parents (Daily Mail)

'My 12-year-old called and asked why my boobs were all over Facebook': Mother-of-three, 42, 'sickened to the core' after her ex sent revenge porn to her DAUGHTER (Daily Mail)

Grandfather killed while on 'holiday of a lifetime' in Florida when he was hit by a car (Daily Mail)

Hull axe attacker shot dead by police identified as father Lewis Skelton (Daily Mail)

Populism: What next after Trump and Brexit? (CNN)

Star of BBC's Love on the Transplant List dies at 27 days after writing bucket list (Daily Mail)

South Korean Arrested After Fire at Birthplace of President’s Father (New York Times - Paywall)

Doomed Colombia crash plane had been flying for 20 minutes longer than its four hour fuel capacity BEFORE it was told to circle as it is revealed desperate pilot pleaded with air traffic control for help as he declared 'We're going down' (Daily Mail)

Police Confiscate Passports in Parts of Xinjiang, in Western China (New York Times - Paywall)

What’s at Stake: A World of Trouble for Donald Trump (New York Times - Paywall)

Op-Ed Contributor: What Trump Misses About Cuba (New York Times - Paywall)

Colombian peace deal moves closer to reality (CBS News)

Obama emptying Guantanamo as Trump calls for more lockups (CBS News)

Did doomed plane run out of fuel before deadly crash? (CBS News)

Colombian Congress passes amended peace deal to end decades of civil war (Los Angeles Times)

Number of newborns in England and Wales who have at least one foreign parent now at 33% (Daily Mail)

Deadly crash mayday call released (BBC)

CIA chief warns Trump that scrapping Iran deal would be 'disastrous' (Los Angeles Times)

Sinosphere: Michael Flynn, a Top Trump Adviser, Ties China and North Korea to Jihadists (New York Times - Paywall)

Why Carter is wrong on State of Palestine (CNN)

Let Women Drive, a Prince in Saudi Arabia Urges (New York Times - Paywall)

Bid to Impeach South Korean Leader Stalls as Lawmakers Debate Her Offer to Quit (New York Times - Paywall)

C.I.A. Chief Warns Donald Trump Against Tearing Up Iran Nuclear Deal (New York Times - Paywall)

Tips on how to deal with webcam blackmail, or sextortion, if you're a victim (BBC)

India prisons: Why security needs to be improved (BBC)

Chartered plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team crashes in Colombia, killing more than 70 people (Los Angeles Times)

Haiti elects Jovenel Moise, an agricultural entrepreneur, as president (Los Angeles Times)

South Africa's indestructible president survives a bid to oust him. Again (Los Angeles Times)

South Korean President Park Geun-hye says she'll resign if a safe path from power can be found (Los Angeles Times)

As Cubans mourn, Trump threatens to undo Obama's diplomatic thaw (Los Angeles Times)

The Palestinians' political future could change this week. Here's why (Los Angeles Times)

The Pakistan army chief who waged war on Islamist militants is stepping down. His successor will deal with Trump (Los Angeles Times)

South Africa's Jacob Zuma faces a no-confidence vote as he fights for political survival (Los Angeles Times)

One Family. Six Decades. Myriad Views of Fidel Castro’s Revolution. (New York Times - Paywall)

Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolutionary Who Defied U.S., Dies at 90 (New York Times - Paywall)

Postcard From the Hajj: A Pilgrim’s Progress: Checking Mecca Off My Bucket List (New York Times - Paywall)

Postscript: One Year Later, a Tip About a Border Crossing Pays Off (New York Times - Paywall)

Turkish Dam Project Threatens to Submerge Thousands of Years of History (New York Times - Paywall)