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Treat global nature declines as an emergency, scientists tell world leaders
Scientists and environmental lobbyists alike are calling on world leaders to treat the annihilation of wildlife and plants as a global emergency as UN experts sound the alarm in a landmark new report.
Report: Abu Dhabi crown prince 'proposed killing Taliban leaders'
Mohammed bin Zayed, Abu Dhabi's crown prince, proposed to set up an assassination programme targeting top Taliban leaders during a meeting with the top US diplomat earlier this year, the Middle East Eye (MEE) news website has reported.
US congressional leaders nearing $2bn border wall deal: Report
Democratic and Republican leaders in US Congress are reportedly approaching a deal that would prevent another shutdown by giving President Donald Trump some of the money he has requested to build a wall on the border with Mexico.
Pope urges EU leaders to show solidarity with refuges off Malta
Pope Francis on Sunday urged EU leaders to show "concrete solidarity" with 49 refugees stranded on NGO ships off the coast of Malta who have been refused permission to land.
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.
Turkish, Israeli leaders trade heated barbs
Turkey and Israel have exchanged new broadsides, with Ankara blasting Israel's occupation and Tel Aviv accusing Turkey of massacring Kurds and occupying Cyprus.
China, other BRICS leaders slam protectionism at G20 summit amid other rifts
Leaders of the world’s five major emerging economies (BRICS) have slammed protectionism at the G20 summit in Argentina amid threats by the US president to intensify tariffs on China and press ahead with anti-Russia sanctions.
Thailand’s biggest party elects leaders as it gears up for election
The party of Thailand's former premier -- who was toppled by the military -- chose its leaders Sunday and said it is "confident of success" ahead of a much-anticipated election promised for February.
Spain's Supreme Court sends Catalan independence leaders to trial
Spain’s Supreme Court on Thursday said it had ended its investigation against 18 Catalan independence leaders who will now face trial, likely at the beginning of next year.
Russia, India leaders sign S-400, nuclear plants deals
Russian President Vladimir Putin and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi signed a deal worth $5 billion over the purchase of S-400 air defense system and also agreed to jointly develop six nuclear power plants.
European leaders in talks on creating asylum center outside EU
Denmark's Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said on Tuesday he was in talks with other European leaders about establishing a camp for rejected asylum seekers in a country on the continent but outside the European Union.
Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting
South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a surprise meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Saturday to ensure the upcoming high-stakes summit between Kim and US President Donald Trump is a success, South Korean officials said.
Catalonia's new cabinet includes jailed leaders
Catalonia's new president has named a cabinet that includes jailed leaders of a controversial independence movement in the northeastern Spanish region.
Israel arrests youth leaders for death by negligence
Israeli police have taken into custody three youth leaders from a pre-military academy for causing death through negligence after 10 teenagers were killed by flash floods while being prepared for the military draft.

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