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Hurricane-Force Winds Batter UK, Threaten EuropePublished: 06 Dec 2013Total views: 261Video length: 1:00
Mandela Dies At 95, Bynes Released From RehabPublished: 06 Dec 2013Total views: 155Video length: 1:33
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06 Dec 2013 : Russia voiced outrage Friday at charges in the United States against 49 current and former Russian diplomats and their wives over a $1.5 million fraud, saying it could not understand why the US had gone public with the allegations.
06 Dec 2013 : A fierce storm battered northern Europe with hurricane force winds Thursday, leaving five people dead or missing, disrupting travel and forcing thousands to flee their homes over fears of the worst tidal surge in decades.
27 Oct 2013 : Hundreds of people marched in the Netherlands on Saturday to show their support for "Black Pete", the traditional Christmas sidekick of Saint Nicholas, who has been labelled as racist by critics.
26 Oct 2013 : French nuclear energy giant Areva signed a deal with Mongolia's state-owned Mon-Atom on Saturday to develop two uranium mines in the Gobi desert, officials said.
26 Oct 2013 : Australia beat arch-rivals England 28-20 to get their bid for a 10th World Cup crown off to the perfect start on Saturday.
26 Oct 2013 : China's Dongfeng Motor is studying the "rationality" of coming to the aid of troubled French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, a top Dongfeng official said on Saturday.
26 Oct 2013 : Sebastian Vettel looks set to join Formula One's greats by sealing his fourth successive world title when he starts from pole position at the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday.
26 Oct 2013 : Iran said it executed 16 "rebels" Saturday in reprisal after gunmen killed at least 14 border guards near the border with Pakistan, in a rugged area often rocked by violence.
26 Oct 2013 : A Chinese journalist arrested over a series of articles criticising a partly state-owned firm appeared on public television Saturday to apologise, with state media saying he admitted the articles were "unverified and false".
26 Oct 2013 : German spy chiefs will travel to the United States next week to demand answers following allegations that US intelligence has been tapping Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone, as a row over US snooping threatened to hurt transatlantic ties.
26 Oct 2013 : Saudi Arabia was braced for possible protests Saturday after women activists declared an "open driving campaign" against the deeply conservative kingdom's ban on women behind the wheel.
26 Oct 2013 : Revelations of America's industrial-scale surveillance have painted an alarming picture of the National Security Agency as a spy service operating virtually without limits since the 9/11 attacks, experts say.