Bargains and brawls - 'Black Friday' comes to Britain
LONDON (Reuters) - British police officers were called to stores across the country on Friday as the "Black Friday" shopping frenzy imported from the United States brought surging crowds and fights over sharply discounted goods.

David Cameron returns to sense on EU migration - Financial Times

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David Cameron returns to sense on EU migration
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David Cameron's premiership has been dogged by the vexed questions of immigration and Europe. Under pressure from the rise of the anti-EU UK Independence party and his own backbenchers, the prime minister has been pushed into a series of positions ...
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Twins reunited on Facebook
Twin sisters Anais Bordier and Sam Futerman were separated at birth 25 years ago and reunites through social media.

Michelin's 'undisputed leader' in cuisine
Tokyoites may brag about having the most Michelin stars in the world, but Hong Kongers can actually eat in theirs without breaking the bank.

Pope faces complex scene
The Pope's upcoming visit to Turkey brings little solace to Syrian refugees. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

Extremely rare for grand jury not to return indictment, statistics show
The grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown was historic for many reasons, including the fiery protests that erupted in its wake. It was also historic in how rare it is for a grand jury not to return an indictment.

Dutch lawmakers demand explanation from Turkey over race spat
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Opposition lawmakers on Friday demanded that the Dutch government seek clarification from Turkey after Ankara appeared to accuse the Netherlands of racism and Islamophobia against its ethnic Turkish population.

China building 'airstrip' island?
China is building an island in the South China Sea that could accommodate the country's first airstrip in bitterly contested waters, according to satellite images analyzed by IHS Jane's Defence Weekly.