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Calls for Peace in Myanmar Following Deadly Attack on Military Academy
Calls for Peace in Myanmar Following Deadly Attack on Military Academy

Grievance and prayers in Myanmar. Hundreds gather on the streets of Yangon calling for peace and justice after shelling by the army killed 23 cadets from a rebel military academy. It's the deadliest attack since 2011. Protesters say they want justice.

Iran, Powers Set to Miss Nuclear Talks Deadline
Iran, Powers Set to Miss Nuclear Talks Deadline

With the deadline looming for the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, all signs are pointing toward extending the deadline. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told German television that Iran and the six world powers are "still far apart on many issues." He added that if a deal isn't reached, the talks can be continued. His comments echoed that of French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who told reporters much work remains.

Hollande's Ex Trierweiler Releases Memoir
Hollande's Ex Trierweiler Releases Memoir

The former first lady of France, Valerie Trierweiler, is about to debut her memoir in the UK on her life with President Francois Hollande, "Thank You for the Moment." She told the BBC's Andrew Marr that her trip to the hospital as her relationship was ending wasn't because of a suicide attempt, but an escape from the reality of Hollande's two year affair with actress Julie Gayet.

The "Toxic Brew" of Flooding Remains Concern: Cuomo
The "Toxic Brew" of Flooding Remains Concern: Cuomo

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday (November 23)that , "We've turned to preparation in case of a flood," including evacuation plans as western New York digs itself out of seven feet of snow. "It's a toxic brew, is what happens in a flood," Cuomo said.

Candidates Vote in Tunisia
Candidates Vote in Tunisia

Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki, standing for re-election, cast his vote on Sunday (November 23) in the country's first direct presidential election since the 2011 revolution that ended the regime of Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.

Pope Francis Canonizes Two Indians, Among Others
Pope Francis Canonizes Two Indians, Among Others

It's a holy day in Saint Peter's Basilica for Italians and Indians alike. Pope Francis lifts two Indians and four Italians into sainthood during a canonization ceremony, saying their work for the poor is a sign of their devotion to God.

Shells Strike Village in Eastern Ukraine - Residents
Shells Strike Village in Eastern Ukraine - Residents

With the sun up in eastern Ukraine, residents get their first look at the aftermath of shelling from Saturday evening. As the Donetsk residents begin digging up the wreckage and clearing out the distorted debris, the home's owner recounts the horror that wounded his wife.

"This Is a Really Fine Man" Biden on Orthodox Patriarch in Istanbul
"This Is a Really Fine Man" Biden on Orthodox Patriarch in Istanbul

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden visited Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew on Sunday (November 23), the spiritual leader of the world's Orthodox Christians. Biden was on a two-day visit to Istanbul, where he met Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and held talks on the fight against the Islamic State.

Blasting Through IS-Controlled Lands North of Baghdad
Blasting Through IS-Controlled Lands North of Baghdad

Kurdish peshmerga fighters are rolling into new territory in Iraq and they're coming in from the sky too. Together with Iraqi soldiers and Shi'ite militia, the fighters say they're making gains against Islamic State. On Sunday they retook two towns north of Baghdad from IS fighters, driving them from strongholds they had held for months -- and clearing a main road from the capital to Iran.

Scandal-Plagued Former Washington Mayor Marion Barry Dies
Scandal-Plagued Former Washington Mayor Marion Barry Dies

Marion Barry, the scandal-plagued former mayor of Washington, D.C., has died at the age of 78. Serving as DC mayor from 1979 until 1991, the civil rights activist was once considered one of the nation's most promising black politicians -- that was before serving jail time for smoking crack cocaine. Soon after Washington's so-called "Mayor for Life" was back in the spotlight seeking another term in office.

Tensions Rise as Palestinian Killed on Gaza Border, Home Torched in West Bank
Tensions Rise as Palestinian Killed on Gaza Border, Home Torched in West Bank

Another death fans the flames in the Middle East. Palestinian officials say Israeli forces shot Fadel Mohammed Halawa in the northern Gaza Strip. In an emotional farewell, frustration boils among these men from a nearby refugee camp. A relative says Halawa had been searching for song birds when his life came to an abrupt end.

Kerry Arrives for Iran Nuclear Talks on Eve of Deadline
Kerry Arrives for Iran Nuclear Talks on Eve of Deadline

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday (November 23) joined talks with foreign ministers from the six powers negotiating with Tehran on its nuclear program. Iran and the powers - the United States, France, Germany, Britain, Russia and China - aim to reach a long-term deal to end the decade-old nuclear standoff by a self-imposed Monday (November 24) deadline. Many diplomats and analysts believe an extension may be needed in view of the wide gaps in negotiating positions.

Explosions Rock Syrian Town of Kobani
Explosions Rock Syrian Town of Kobani

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The United States and its allies launched a new round of air strikes on Sunday (November 23) against Islamic State fighters. Plumes of smoke rose from the Syrian

Injuries, Damage Reported After Japan Earthquake
Injuries, Damage Reported After Japan Earthquake

Residents in central Japan begin cleaning up Sunday morning after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake the night before damaged homes and buildings and left 39 people injured. Personal items in this house were broken or destroyed... some homes were completely levelled. Despite the severe looking damage to the homes, officials said every one who was trapped was rescued. The quake also triggered a landslide that blocked local rail services and roads.

Protest Art in Danger
Protest Art in Danger

Visions like these have come to symbolize the now weeks long pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. Dubbed "Lennon Wall", this stairwell in Admiralty district is lined with post-it notes inscribed with inspirational messages and well wishes... and is now in jeopardy of being removed. One court ordered eviction notice has already been carried out in Admiralty-- which has some preparing for the worst.

Mariachis Celebrate Patron Saint
Mariachis Celebrate Patron Saint

Mariachi musicians marched through the streets of Mexico City Saturday to honour the patron saint of music. Outfitted in traditional cropped jackets and wide sombreros, the group included guitarists and violinists. Some carried a statue of Saint Cecilia who in the Catholic faith was an early Roman martyr. One musician offered thanks for having such an joyful profession.

Ferguson Awaits Grand Jury Decision
Ferguson Awaits Grand Jury Decision

The streets of Ferguson Missouri were filled with community members Saturday night as they await a grand jury decision on the case of a white police officer who fatally shot a black teen here over the summer. People in this town and across the country are waiting to learn the fate of officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed 18 year old Michael Brown.

Ferguson Anxiously Awaits Grand Jury Decision on Police Shooting
Ferguson Anxiously Awaits Grand Jury Decision on Police Shooting

Michael Brown Sr. is sharing some holiday spirit in Ferguson. Going door-to-door at the apartment complex where his son Michael was shot in August, the elder Brown - along with the family's supporters -- handed out Thanksgiving turkeys to residents.

Birds Around the World Take Flight
Birds Around the World Take Flight

A bird's eye view of jolly ol' England -- literally. But it's not a simple joy ride -- the aerial footage is being used to raise awareness of endangered birds of prey, in conjunction with a contemporary art exhibition called "Here Today". The Imperial Eagle may be classified as "vulnerable"... however this one is anything but. Now here's one of the fastest falcons in Saudi Arabia. He's worth the equivalent of $32,000 U.S. dollars, and stands ready to hunt for his keeper.

Plague in Madagascar Kills 40 People
Plague in Madagascar Kills 40 People

On the bustling streets of the Madagascar capital of Antananarivo, a disease lurks in the shadows. Only some of its residents are still in the dark.

Governor: New York Anticipates Flooding to "Some Extent"
Governor: New York Anticipates Flooding to "Some Extent"

As western New York reels from days of heavy snowfall that left many residents bound to their homes, officials said on Saturday (November 22) that rising temperatures and melting snow could lead to the next emergency -- flooding.

Biden, Erdogan Meeting Looks Ahead to a Syrian Transition
Biden, Erdogan Meeting Looks Ahead to a Syrian Transition

With U.S.-led air strikes against Islamic State pounding Kobani, the bigger picture is emerging in neighboring Turkey. There U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is meeting with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. While Turkey has refused to take a frontline military role against IS, the two NATO allies found common ground on Syria's future.

The Trials of Portugal's Socrates
The Trials of Portugal's Socrates

Jose Socrates, Portugal's former prime minister, arrived escorted by police at a Lisbon court on Saturday (November 22) to be questioned in an investigation of suspected tax fraud, corruption and money-laundering. Portuguese police have arrested the former Socialist prime minister and three other people, the Prosecutor General's office said on Saturday.

Shi'ite Opposition Boycotts Bahrain Elections
Shi'ite Opposition Boycotts Bahrain Elections

They sit and wait. Voters are few and far between in the village of Diraz. Bahrain's Shi'ite Muslim opposition is boycotting parliamentary and municipal elections. They say that constituency changes would still favor the Sunni Muslim majority represented by the ruling family. Shi'ite Muslim's -- who represent the majority of the population -- are complaining of being marginalized. And even though 419 candidates are running, Shi'ites fear they will still not have a voice.