Tunisia's outgoing premier backs broad coalition

Tunisia's outgoing Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa speak during a interview in the city of Dakar, Senegal, Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. Tunisia's outgoing prime minister says the country needs a broad coalition government in order to continue with the necessary economic reforms. Jomaa said Friday in Dakar that his interim technocrat cabinet has started the reform process but that the next government must have broad support to implement further changes. (AP Photo/Jane Hahn)DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Tunisia's next government should be a broad as possible coalition so that it has the necessary support to implement difficult economic reforms, the outgoing prime minister said Friday in an implicit backing of an Islamist-secular alliance.


Cameron urges migrant curbs, warns on British EU exit

Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech on immigration to factory workers at the JCB world headquarters in Rocester on November 28, 2014London (AFP) - Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday promised tough curbs on welfare for EU migrants to counter a surge in arrivals and warned European leaders that resistance could put Britain's EU membership in doubt.


You won't think these images aren't photos
The images you are about to see may shock or confound you. When portraiture looks this realistic, it can be hard to accept that what you see is just paint on a canvas, or ink scratches on a page.

UN watchdog slams police shootings of blacks in US

Protesters gather outside the Ferguson Police Department on November 26, 2014 in Missouri after a decision not to charge a white policeman who shot dead black teenager Michael BrownA UN watchdog on Friday slammed police shootings of blacks in the United States, days after a decision not to prosecute a white officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teen sparked nationwide protests. With tensions still running high after Monday's decision by a Missouri grand jury not to charge a white policeman who shot dead 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9, the UN Committee Against Torture published conclusions from its review earlier this month of the US record. Brown's parents had been present at the hearing on November 12 and 13 in Geneva to discuss their son's case with the committee members. "The committee is concerned about numerous reports of police brutality and excessive use of force by law enforcement officials, in particular against persons belonging to certain racial and ethnic groups," the 10-member committee said in its report.


UK house price inflation slows to 11-month low - Nationwide
LONDON (Reuters) - The annual rate of increase in British house prices fell to its lowest level in nearly a year this month as the property market continued to lose momentum, figures from mortgage lender Nationwide showed on Friday.






Protests Temporarily Close Malls, Shut Down Trains - ABC News


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N. Korea leader's sister gets govt. job
The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been named as a senior government official by state media.

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