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Hong Kong announces 336 arrests during Christmas protests
Hong Kong police arrested 336 people during the Christmas holiday as the city's protest movement continues to simmer, an official said Friday.
Trump spends Christmas complaining about impeachment
US President Trump spent the Christmas holiday complaining that Democrats in Congress had treated him unfairly during the impeachment probe and insisting that Republican leaders in the Senate should run a trial however they see appropriate.
Over 1,800 people spending Christmas in UK immigration detention centers
UK government figures show that over 1,800 people in Britain will spend the Christmas holiday incarcerated in immigration detention centers, prompting calls to end the “cruel and callous” policy.
Families face Christmas travel misery in France due to strike
Tens of thousands of people hoping to spend Christmas with their families in France faced travel misery as crippling transport strikes enter their 20th day.
Pope calls for peace, defends migrants in Christmas message
Pope Francis urged the world to let the light of Christmas pierce the “darkness in human hearts” that leads to religious persecution, social injustice, armed conflicts and fear of migrants.
More than 1,800 people spend Christmas in UK immigration detention centers
More than 1,800 people in the UK spent Christmas locked in immigration detention centers, according to government figures.
Australian firefighters spend Christmas Day containing blazes; temperatures to soar
Australian firefighters used cooler conditions on Christmas Day to try and contain bushfires ahead of hot, dry weather later in the week, as leaders and communities thanked them for sacrificing time with their families over the holidays.
Iranian officials felicitate counterparts on Christmas
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and other officials in separate messages on Tuesday congratulated their Christian counterparts on the occasion of Christmas.
Notre-Dame will not host Christmas mass, first in over 200 years
Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris will not hold Christmas services this week for the first time in over two centuries, as workers continue to shore up the fragile building after a devastating fire.
French transport strike drags into day 19, casts pall on Christmas
French train and metro drivers have withheld labor for the 19th straight day in a standoff with the government over pension reform, casting a pall over Christmas plans with many unable to reach loved ones.
War on waste: Balloons, Christmas crackers, toothbrushes on environment hit list
The WA Labor Government wants West Australians to stop buying balloons, Christmas crackers and party poppers.
Tourism official invites world to spend Christmas holidays in Iran
A tourism official invited people from across the world to choose Iran as the destination for their Christmas vacation, in a bid to lure tourists amid the tightening of US sanctions.
Pope: See differences as asset, not danger
Pope Francis, in his Christmas message to the world, urged people on Tuesday to see differences as a source of richness instead of danger and called for reconciliation in places torn apart by conflict.
UK church leaders' Christmas messages highlight poverty, homelessness
Bishop of London the Right Reverend Dame Sarah Mullally said 33,000 Church of England projects took in food banks, night shelters and dementia cafes, according to BBC.
Asia stocks sink after Wall Street's Christmas Eve plunge
Wall Street's Christmas rout has spilled into Asia.

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