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Jail term of over four years sought for German Islamic State suspect

Accused member of Islamic State Kreshnik B., waits for start of his trial in Frankfurt By Jonathan Gould FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A state prosecutor on Friday demanded a prison term of over four years for a 20-year-old German man accused of fighting with Islamic State insurgents in Syria, in the first trial of its kind in Germany. The defendant, identified only as Kreshnik B., who was born in Germany to parents from Kosovo, has shown no remorse about his actions, prosecutor Dieter Killmer told the court. ...


Cameroon frees Central African rebel chief Miskine for hostages

BANGUI (Reuters) - Cameroonian authorities have freed a rebel leader from Central African Republic two days after a group of 26 hostages including a Polish Catholic priest were released by his faction, a spokesman for rebel group FDPC said on Friday. "General Abdoulaye Miskine left a Yaounde prison yesterday," said Lieutenant Leonard Kamdika, spokesman for the Democratic Front of the Central African People (FDPC), adding that Miskine planned to go to neighboring Republic of Congo. ...

Top Asian News at 12:30 p.m. GMT

HONG KONG (AP) — At age 14, he stepped into the spotlight to take on — and ultimately help defeat — Hong Kong authorities' plans to launch a "national education" curriculum, calling it a ploy to brainwash the city's youth with unquestioned support for the Chinese Communist Party. Now, at 18, Joshua Wong is helping spearhead a mostly student-led protest movement that is pressing for greater democratic reforms in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.

UK's Cameron to curb benefits for immigrants

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street to attend the weekly session of Prime Ministers Questions at the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) LONDON (AP) — Migrants from Europe will have to leave Britain if they don't get a job within six months, and must work for four years before receiving some benefits, Prime Minister David Cameron announced Friday, in a carefully balanced speech designed to defuse domestic criticism of his immigration policies while averting a showdown with the European Union.


Namibia votes in election favoring ruling party

Nambians queue to cast their votes in the country's elections near Rundu, Namibia, Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. The southern African nation of Namibia on Friday voted in parliamentary and presidential elections expected to deliver a comfortable win for the ruling party, which has been in power since independence in 1990. (AP Photo/Dirk Heinrich) JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The southern African nation of Namibia on Friday voted in parliamentary and presidential elections expected to deliver a comfortable win for the ruling party, which has been in power since independence in 1990.


German football president to run for FIFA post

FILE - In this Nov. 25, 2009 file picture, Wolfgang Niersbach,then secretary general of the German Soccer Federation, DFB, arrives at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. The German Football Federation DFB says Friday Nov. 28, 2014, its president will run for a seat on FIFA's policy-making executive committee. DFB president Wolfgang Niersbach will run to replace Theo Zwanziger, the German who is leaving the post. The election is scheduled during a FIFA congress in May. Niersbach first has to be confirmed by UEFA, the European governing body, in March. (AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre,Filel) FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The German Football Federation says its president will run for a seat on FIFA's policy-making executive committee.


French Parliament debates recognizing Palestine

A view of the French Parliament during a debate on the recognition of the Palestinian at the French Parliament in Paris, Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. France’s government is pushing to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, amid growing pressure across Europe for recognition of a Palestinian state after decades of Mideast stalemate. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) PARIS (AP) — France's government is pushing to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, amid growing pressure across Europe for recognition of a Palestinian state after decades of Mideast stalemate.


Animals sacrificed in Nepal to bring good luck

KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A festival believed to be the largest animal sacrifice ritual in the world began Friday in southern Nepal, where devotees believe the sacrifices bring good luck and a Hindu goddess will grant their wishes.

Hospital says Pele's condition is improving

FILE - In this Nov. 19, 2008 file photo, Brazil's soccer great Pele greets supporters prior to a friendly soccer match, in Brasilia, Brazil. A Brazilian hospital says Pele has been transferred to a "special care" unit to be monitored while being treated for a urinary infection. The Albert Einstein hospital in Sao Paulo, said in a statement Thursday. Nov. 27, 2014, that the 74-year-old Pele was transferred to a quieter wing. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo, File) SAO PAULO (AP) — A Brazilian hospital says Pele's condition is improving as he undergoes temporary kidney treatment in an intensive care unit.


Cameron tells EU: let us curb migrant welfare, or risk UK leaving

A man carrying a bag adorned with a British Union Jack flag steps into bus departing from Sofia's central bus station to London By Kylie MacLellan and Andrew Osborn ROCESTER, England (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron hinted on Friday he might recommend a British exit from the European Union if it stops him restricting EU migrants' access to UK welfare benefits, but said he was confident it would not come to that. In a speech designed to breathe new life into his campaign for re-election next May, Cameron set out a detailed blueprint for limiting EU migrants' access to benefits like tax credits and housing. ...


EU says can discuss UK welfare changes, opposes abuses

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Friday that proposals by British Prime Minister David Cameron to limit welfare payments to immigrants from other EU states would be discussed "without drama" and said EU law gave national parliaments scope to tackle abuses of benefits. A Commission spokesman told a news conference: "These are UK ideas and they are part of the debate. They will have to be discussed without drama and should be discussed calmly and carefully. It is up to national lawmakers to fight against abuses of the system and EU law allows for this. ...

France to recognize Palestinian state if peace talks fail

French Foreign Minister Fabius arrives for a meeting in Vienna By John Irish PARIS (Reuters) - France warned on Friday it would recognize a Palestinian state if an international effort to overcome the impasse between Israelis and Palestinians failed, and proposed a two-year timeframe to end the conflict through a U.N.-backed resolution. Lawmakers will hold a symbolic parliamentary vote on Dec. 2 on whether the French government should recognize Palestine as a state, a move that the Israeli Prime Minister has called a "grave mistake". But that would not mark a toplevel change in French policy. ...


EU won't sanction France, Italy on budget yet

European Commissioner for Euro and Social Dialogue Valdis Dombrovskis, left, European Commissioner for Employment Marianne Thyssen, center, and European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici address the media at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. The European Union head office is opting not to sanction two of its biggest economies just yet for missing public finance targets and instead will give France and Italy until the spring to bring their debts and deficits in line. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe) BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union head office is opting not to sanction two of its biggest economies just yet for missing public finance targets and instead will give France and Italy until the spring to come up with better plans to cut their debts and deficits.


Russia protests over anti-Russian billboards in Montenegro

By Petar Komnenic PODGORICA (Reuters) - Russia has protested to Montenegro over anti-Russian billboards that popped up this month in the small Adriatic republic bearing the NATO logo and rejecting the "Russian boot". The billboards, signed "Montenegrin Patriots", appear to allude to tensions between an influx of Russian money into the former Yugoslav republic and its hopes of joining the European Union and NATO. The Montenegrin foreign ministry confirmed to Reuters that it had received a protest note from the Russian Embassy on Nov. 19, shortly after the billboards appeared. ...

Canada hooker Barkwill banned for 9 weeks

DUBLIN (AP) — Canada hooker Ray Barkwill has been banned for nine weeks for making contact with an opponent's eye during a rugby test against Romania.

World investors cut stocks and hold cash as uncertainty dominates

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange LONDON (Reuters) - World investors eased back on their exposure to risk assets such as stocks as they grappled with divergent monetary policies and multi-speed growth paths among major world economies, a global poll shows.


Families of kidnapped Lebanese soldiers protest

Lebanese policewomen stand behind riot police during a demonstration for the families of Lebanese soldiers who kidnapped by Islamic militants, a day after the Nusra Front threatened to kill one of the soldiers, and demanding that the government negotiate seriously with the militants, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, Nov 28, 2014. Police have used water cannons to break up a protest by relatives of Lebanese soldiers held hostage by Islamic militants, during which they closed off a main highway in the capital. Several of the protesters and journalists were also beaten up a security forces sought to reopen the road. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) BEIRUT (AP) — Police used water cannons to break up a protest Friday by relatives of several kidnapped Lebanese soldiers, after the protesters blocked a main highway in the capital.


Offer Israeli Arabs money to move to Palestinian state: Lieberman

Israeli Foreign Minister Lieberman speaks during news conference after talks with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Berlin JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman proposed on Friday that Arab citizens of Israel be offered financial incentives to leave the country and relocate to a future Palestinian state. Lieberman, whose ultra-nationalist party is a core part of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition, has previously spoken about redrawing borders but not about using sweeteners to encourage Arabs to uproot to a Palestinian state. ...


McCullum's robust century leads NZ to 164-1 at tea

SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Captain Brendon McCullum smashed New Zealand's fastest test century off 78 balls after offspinner Mark Craig claimed a career-best 7-94 as Pakistan was bowled out for 351 in the third test on Friday.

Army brigadier general shot dead in Cairo suburb: sources

CAIRO (Reuters) - An army brigadier general was shot dead by unknown assailants in the Cairo district of Gesr al-Suez, security sources said on Friday. The officer was killed and two others wounded when gunmen opened fire in a parking garage before fleeing the scene, the state news agency MENA said, citing an army statement. Egypt is facing an Islamist insurgency in which hundreds of security officers have been killed since Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Mursi was ousted last summer. (Reporting By Ahmed Tolba; Writing By Shadi Bushra; Editing by Kevin Liffey)

Second act of shopping frenzy gets started

Shoppers head into Target just after thei doors opened at midnight on Black Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, in South Portland, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty) NEW YORK (AP) — Stores are welcoming a second wave of shoppers in what has become a two-day kickoff to the holiday shopping season.


More art in German trove identified as looted

FILE - This May 7, 2014 file picture shows an exterior view of the Kunstmuseum in Bern, Switzerland. The Swiss museum says Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, that it will accept trove of priceless art bequeathed to it by German collector Cornelius Gurlitt. (AP Photo/Keystone, Gian Ehrenzeller, File) BERLIN (AP) — The Jewish Claims Conference said Friday it has already identified a painting stolen by the Nazis among a newly published inventory of hundreds of works that belonged to late German collector Cornelius Gurlitt, and pushed for more time to investigate others.


How the Samsung Galaxy Note got its pen in CNET UK podcast 412

How the Samsung Galaxy Note got its pen in CNET UK podcast 412 The Samsung Galaxy Note almost came with a toothpick, we're going back to "Jurassic World", and BT has its sights on O2 -- or maybe EE.>


Malaysia Airlines apologizes for tweet, posts loss

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia Airlines on Friday said its loss widened last quarter and apologized for a promotional tweet slammed as insensitive after two deadly passenger jet disasters this year.

Pope wades into Mideast turmoil with Turkish visit

FILE - In this May 25, 2014 file photo, Pope Francis stands with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I as they meet outside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, in Jerusalem's Old City. Pope Francis travels to Turkey on a three day visit beginning Friday Nov. 28, 2014, amid new Muslim-Christian tensions and a violent war next door, with Islamic State militants seizing chunks of territory in Iraq and Syria and sending 1.6 million refugees across the border into Turkey. Francis is due to visit the spiritual leader of the world's Orthodox Christians, Patriarch Bartholomew I. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner, File) ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Pope Francis arrived in Turkey on Friday at a sensitive moment for the Muslim nation, as it cares for 1.6 million refugees and weighs how to deal with the Islamic State group as its fighters grab chunks of Syria and Iraq across Turkey's southern border.


Attacks kill 9 people in Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — Authorities in Iraq say bombings and a shooting have killed nine people around the capital, Baghdad.

Yandex browser's tidy new interface puts Web apps first

Yandex browser's tidy new interface puts Web apps first A subdued address bar and revamped new-tab page gives the browser a clean look that the Russian company says is better suited to Web apps.>


Boys found buried in snow pile in New York

Boys found buried in snow pile in New York Two children from upstate New York are recovering, from getting buried in the snow by a snow plow.


Hong Kong protest movement's unlikely teen leader

Prominent Hong Kong student protest leader Joshua Wong talks to reporters outside a court in Hong Kong Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Wong and other democracy protesters were arrested during a police operation to remove barricades from a protest camp in the unruly Mong Kok district. Wong was given bail and his case adjourned until January 14. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu) HONG KONG (AP) — At age 14, he stepped into the spotlight to take on — and ultimately help defeat — Hong Kong authorities' plans to launch a "national education" curriculum, calling it a ploy to brainwash the city's youth with unquestioned support for the Chinese Communist Party.


Suspected shooter dead in downtown Austin gunfire

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Austin police say a gunman suspected of opening fire on several downtown buildings and police headquarters has died after being shot.

Czechs raise security after ministers get poison by mail

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Interior Ministry will tighten security at government offices after unknown culprits sent envelopes with deadly doses of poison to two ministries in recent days, Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said on Friday. The two poisoned letters were intercepted before reaching the addressees and no one was hurt. They envelopes were sent by mail from Sweden and Slovenia, addressed to Finance Minister Andrej Babis and Interior Minister Milan Chovanec. The Czech Republic, a member of NATO and the European Union, does not have a record of terrorist attacks in the past decades. ...

Sri Lanka candidate vows to protect incumbent

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka's opposition presidential candidate vowed Friday not to support any international prosecution of incumbent President Mahinda Rajapaksa for alleged war crimes.

Nearly 600 migrants get temporary shelter on Crete

A Red Cross volunteer carries a child who just disembarked from a crippled freighter carrying hundreds of refugees trying to migrate to Europe, at the coastal Cretan port of Ierapetra, Greece, on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. The ship, whose 750 passengers are mostly Syrians, including children, women and elderly men, suffered engine failure 70 nautical miles off Ierapetra on Tuesday. The migrants will be given temporary shelter at an Ierapetra indoor basketball stadium. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) IERAPETRA, Greece (AP) — Nearly 600 men, women and children, mostly refugees from Syria, have been temporarily put up in the southern Cretan town of Ierapetra, where they arrived in a crippled smuggling ship after more than a week at sea.


Updates: Black Friday from start to finish

Cashier Ryan Gray helps customers during a Thanksgiving day sale at a Best Buy store in Broomfield, Colo., on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) NEW YORK (AP) — Black Friday was already well underway before many awoke this morning.


Black Friday problems hit Britain

Shoppers jostle for electrical goods at a store in London, Friday Nov. 28, 2014. Americans celebrating Thanksgiving in Britain may have felt right at home as Black Friday shopping chaos caused some disruption. The practice of offering bargain basement prices the day after Thanksgiving has spread across the Atlantic, with some retailers opening overnight to lure determined shoppers. (AP Photo/PA, David Parry) UNITED KINGDOM OUT LONDON (AP) — Americans celebrating Thanksgiving in Britain may have felt right at home as Black Friday shopping chaos caused disruptions.


OPEC inaction sends Brent to four-year low, hits stocks

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange By Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude fell to a fresh four-year low on Friday, sending oil-related shares and currencies lower, after OPEC decided to refrain from cutting output despite a supply glut. With markets in the United States due to reopen following Thursday's holiday, futures on major U.S. stock indexes were steady to 0.3 percent lower. Brent crude touched a low of $71.12 a barrel after settling at a four-year closing low on Thursday, when Saudi Arabia blocked calls from poorer members of the OPEC oil cartel to cut production to stem a slide in global prices. ...


Eurozone inflation dips again as energy costs tank

German Economy Minister and Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, right, and French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron, pose before a press conference in Paris, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014, to present a report promoting deepened integration with common social reforms entitled Reforms, Investment and Growth. The economic ministers presented their report to propose economic reforms for France, Germany and for Europe, to avoid the "stagnation trap" where growth is barely noticeable and inflation is dangerously low. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) LONDON (AP) — A fall in energy costs as a result of dramatic declines in oil markets has pushed inflation across the 18-country eurozone down to 0.3 percent in the year to November, official figures showed Friday.


Japanese paper regrets use of term 'sex slaves'

TOKYO (AP) — Japan's biggest newspaper apologized in print Friday for using the term "sex slaves" in its English-language edition to describe Asian women forced into Japanese military-run brothels during World War II.

Wolff promoted to test driver at F1 team Williams

FILE - In this Friday, July 4, 2014 file photo, Scottish Suzie Wolff of Williams, the first woman to take part in a Formula 1 race weekend in 22 years, talks to mechanics in the garage before the first practice session at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, England. Wolff has been promoted to official test driver for Williams for the 2015 Formula One season, increasing her chances of becoming the first female racer on the grid since 1976, it was announced on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File) LONDON (AP) — Susie Wolff was promoted to official test driver for Williams for the 2015 Formula One season on Friday, increasing her chances of becoming the first female racer on the grid since 1976.


Roy Keane leaves Aston Villa post

Aston Villa assistant Roy Keane, pictured on September 20, 2014, released an explosive autobiography in October and was reportedly involved in an altercation with a member of the public outside the Ireland team hotel earlier this month London (AFP) - Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has left his role as assistant manager of Aston Villa with immediate effect, he announced in a statement released by the club on Friday.


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