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U.N. proposes Yemen's warring parties pull out of key port: sources12/11/2018 9:55:17 PM The United Nations proposed at initial talks between Yemen's warring parties on Tuesday that they withdraw from the contested port city of Hodeidah, a lifeline for millions facing famine, and place it under the control of an interim entity.Macron's concessions set to blow out French deficit12/11/2018 9:44:55 PM France is on course to overshoot the European Union's budget deficit ceiling next year without new spending cuts after President Emmanuel Macron caved in to anti-government street protests.French banks agree with Macron to freeze fees in 2019 to appease protests12/11/2018 9:43:11 PM The bosses of France's major banks accepted to freeze the fees they charge households next year in a show of support for President Emmanuel Macron's plan to appease "yellow vest" protests that have rocked central Paris in the past weekends.After May asks for help, Germany's Merkel says no more Brexit negotiations12/11/2018 9:40:37 PM German leader Angela Merkel ruled out further negotiations on Brexit on Tuesday but said efforts were being made to give Britain reassurances after Prime Minister Theresa May abruptly pulled a parliamentary vote at home because she faced defeat.Tusk tells May: EU wants to help on Brexit, but how?12/11/2018 9:39:53 PM European Council President Donald Tusk said after meeting British Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit on Tuesday that the bloc was willing to help her win the UK parliament's approval of their draft divorce deal.Five dead, four wounded in shooting at Catholic cathedral in Brazil12/11/2018 9:39:33 PM A gunman entered a Catholic cathedral in the Brazilian city of Campinas on Tuesday and fatally shot four people attending midday mass before killing himself at the altar, fire department officials said.Argentine court convicts former Ford executives for rights abuses12/11/2018 9:38:14 PM An Argentine court has convicted two former executives of a local Ford Motor plant of participating in the kidnapping of company workers during the country's dictatorship in the 1970s, a lawyer for victims of the crimes said on Tuesday.UK PM May says just starting talks with EU leaders over Brexit backstop12/11/2018 9:32:59 PM Prime Minister Theresa May said she was just at the start of discussions with European leaders as she seeks reassurances that the Northern Irish backstop is only temporary, in a bid to persuade lawmakers to back her Brexit deal.Albanian students block Tirana highway in protest at higher fees12/11/2018 9:25:01 PM Albanian students blocked a major junction in the capital on Tuesday after the government failed to meet their demands to improve the education system and reverse fee increases announced this month.India's Modi suffers biggest state election loss, boosting opposition12/11/2018 9:16:30 PM India's ruling party lost power in three key states on Tuesday, dealing Prime Minister Narendra Modi his biggest defeat since he took office in 2014 and boosting the opposition ahead of national polls next year.Rights group disputes Israeli army on West Bank killing12/11/2018 9:13:45 PM An Israeli human rights group disputed on Tuesday the army's account that it killed a Palestinian in the occupied West Bank during a riot on Dec. 4, saying CCTV video footage showed no such disturbances when he was shot.Russian nuclear-capable bomber aircraft fly to Venezuela, angering U.S.12/11/2018 9:12:42 PM Two Russian strategic bomber aircraft capable of carrying nuclear weapons have landed in ally Venezuela, a show of support for Venezuela's socialist government that has infuriated Washington.Iraq to seek exemption from U.S. sanctions on Iran: PM12/11/2018 9:10:08 PM Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Tuesday he would send a delegation to the United States to seek an exemption from sanctions against Iran that would allow Baghdad to keep importing gas from Tehran.Putin's Stasi identity card discovered in German archives12/11/2018 9:09:51 PM The identity card, issued more than three decades ago by East Germany's Stasi secret police, would be of little interest were it not for the name of the man staring out: Vladimir Putin.Two missile launchers found in Yemen appear to be from Iran: U.N.12/11/2018 8:57:17 PM Two launch units for anti-tank guided missiles recovered by a Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen appear to have been manufactured in Iran during 2016 and 2017, according to a confidential United Nations report seen by Reuters on Tuesday.Critics label Putin a hypocrite for attending veteran dissident's wake12/11/2018 8:46:17 PM Kremlin critics accused President Vladimir Putin of hypocrisy for attending the wake on Tuesday of a veteran Soviet and Russian dissident who was a staunch critic of his administration.Israeli officers kill suspected Palestinian attacker: police12/11/2018 8:42:50 PM Israeli police shot and killed a Palestinian driver who they said tried to ram his vehicle into a group of officers in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday.EU to give Swiss time until June to agree new treaty: sources12/11/2018 8:39:23 PM The European Commission decided on Tuesday to offer Switzerland six additional months to agree on a new treaty that will govern the country's future relations with the European Union, two EU sources told Reuters.Yemeni prisoner swap will take weeks, Red Cross says12/11/2018 8:38:30 PM A prisoner swap in Yemen will take weeks and may involve the repatriation of third country nationals captured in the nearly four-year war, a senior official of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Tuesday.'Stop Brexit!' - one man's daily protest against UK-EU divorce12/11/2018 8:36:47 PM Steve Bray is already hard at work when dawn breaks over London, waving anti-Brexit banners behind television crews reporting live outside Westminster.