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Emotions Run High Outside Home of Fallen NYPD Offficer
Emotions Run High Outside Home of Fallen NYPD Offficer

The family of a fallen New York City police officer and local community leaders gathered outside his home on Sunday (December 21) to honor his memory and to ask for peace in the community. Relatives of Officer Rafael Ramos stood visibly moved one day after he was shot dead alongside his police partner Wenjian Liu. Police say a gunman killed the two officers in an attack intended to avenge recent police killings of unarmed black men in the United States.

Polls Close in Tunisian Election
Polls Close in Tunisian Election

Polling stations across Tunisia closed on Sunday (December 21), marking the end of a presidential run-off election that completes the country's transition to full democracy nearly four years after an uprising which ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. The polls closed at 6 p.m. local time (1700 GMT) and election workers began counting votes and collecting papers.

Sierra Leone Midwives Return to Work in Ebola Hotspot
Sierra Leone Midwives Return to Work in Ebola Hotspot

Just 10 days ago, this hospital in the Kono District of Sierra Leone overflowed with Ebola cases. The smell of death filled the air. Many nurses and patients fled for their lives. But after a week of intensive training on using protective equipment with the Red Cross, the hospital's midwives are back. Victoria Koroma was one of those to return to work.

Mass for Fallen NYPD Soldiers, as Mayor Comes Under Criticism
Mass for Fallen NYPD Soldiers, as Mayor Comes Under Criticism

At New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral ... a mass ... in memory of two fallen NYPD officers, with Mayor Bill de Blasio and the police commissioner in attendance. The two officers were ambushed and shot dead ... in what police say was an "execution". They say the suspect was bent on killing officers as revenge for police shootings of unarmed black men. Police say he came to Brooklyn from Baltimore, where he had also shot and wounded his girlfriend.

New York Police Shooter Had Long Criminal Record
New York Police Shooter Had Long Criminal Record

The man who shot and killed two NYPD police officers in Brooklyn had a long criminal history across state lines and had regularly posted anti-government rants on social media, a senior New York Police Department official said on Sunday (December 21).

The Christmas Spirit Around the Globe
The Christmas Spirit Around the Globe

Around the globe people prepare for the Christmas holiday season with Pope Frances at the Vatican offering wishes for a truly Christian Christmas of joy, hope and fraternity. In war-torn Syria, Christians in Damascus prepare treats for the holiday, while in Russia parts of Moscow's Red Square are decked out for the season as children enjoy festive merry-go-round rides.

Ladies in White March in Havana
Ladies in White March in Havana

Cuba's "Ladies in White" -- a group made up of wives and mothers of 75 jailed dissidents -- march through Havana Sunday. It's their first protest since a thaw in U.S.-Cuban relations was announced last week. Miriam Leiva, a founder of the group, believes U.S. President Barack Obama's new Cuba policy could lead to positive change in the country.

Final 'Hobbit' Film Tops Box Office
Final 'Hobbit' Film Tops Box Office

On the weekend before Christmas..."The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" tops the U.S. and Canadian box office, with $56.2 million in ticket sales. It's the last movie of Peter Jackson's "Hobbit" trilogy -- based on the classic fantasy novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. Though the film has drawn mixed reviews, it's given the holiday movie season a boost that is crucial to Hollywood.

American Crime Roundup for Week Ending December 20
American Crime Roundup for Week Ending December 20

Investigations are under way across the country in crimes ranging from dismemberment to murder by bow-and-arrow to child abduction. Police in Pittsburgh are trying to determine whether an argument led to the double-murder of a husband and wife and the dismemberment of their bodies. Officials arrested the woman's son, who is now charged with two counts of homicide and abuse of a corpse. Their bodies were found Tuesday (December 16).

Monkey to the Rescue
Monkey to the Rescue

At a railway station in the northern Indian city of Kanpur, a crowd looks on in awe as a monkey comes to the rescue of another monkey who's fallen unconscious -- It was shocked while walking on high tension wires above the station. The monkey tries everything to revive it -- hitting, biting and dipping it in water -- but nothing seems to work. Then after more than 20 minutes, the unconscious monkey begins to show signs of life again...

Baltimore Police Union Calls for More Support from City Mayors
Baltimore Police Union Calls for More Support from City Mayors

Baltimore police union officials said on Sunday (December 21) that city mayors need to put their full support behind their police departments, after New York City's main police union harshly criticized New York Mayor Bill de Blasio for being insufficiently supportive of the department during recent waves of anti-police violence.

Yazidis Celebrate After Kurds Break Siege on Sinjar Mountains
Yazidis Celebrate After Kurds Break Siege on Sinjar Mountains

Homes lie in ruins in Iraq's Sinjar Mountains. A months-long siege by Islamic State militants has left the area's Yazidi residents clinging to their faith. They find solace in the arrival of Kurdish peshmerga fighters, who broke through IS front lines Saturday. As they drive up the mountains, a heroes welcome from Yazidi children. Still, the threat of death is never far. Smoke billows from the town of Sinjar, where peshmerga fighters say they're almost in control.

Texas A&M Football Stadium Implodes to Make Way for New Building
Texas A&M Football Stadium Implodes to Make Way for New Building

That's the west side of the football stadium at the heart of Texas A&M ... coming down Sunday morning in a controlled explosion. It's part of major changes at Kyle Field .... a $450 million project to redevelop what fans like to call "The Home of the 12th Man". It took a couple of thousands pounds of explosions to make it happen.

Pope Francis Sends Christmas Wish of Hope, Joy and Fraternity
Pope Francis Sends Christmas Wish of Hope, Joy and Fraternity

Thousands pack St. Peter's Square to see the recently inaugurated Vatican Christmas tree and nativity scene just days before Christmas. And like many Sundays before, Pope Francis greets a roaring crowd and prays for peace on earth.

Obama Does Not Consider Sony Hack an Act of War-CNN Interview
Obama Does Not Consider Sony Hack an Act of War-CNN Interview

U.S. President Barack Obama says he doesn't think the cyber attack on Sony's film satirizing North Korea was an "act of war" ... after the FBI linked the attack to Pyongyang. Obama was speaking on CNN's "State of the Union with Candy Crowley". His remarks seem designed to limit U.S. anger over the incident, as the White House decides how to respond in kind.

During Historic Events in U.S.-Cuban Relations, Where's Fidel?
During Historic Events in U.S.-Cuban Relations, Where's Fidel?

His face is everywhere in Cuba. As are his revolutionary ideals. But Fidel Castro has been noticeably absent this week during an historic break in hostilities between Cuba and the United States. Still, he remains on the minds of many Cubans.

Megabus Carrying 70 Passengers Overturns on Highway
Megabus Carrying 70 Passengers Overturns on Highway

Passengers on this Megabus traveling from Chicago to Atlanta were by and large lucky to walk away from this crash site. The bus overturned on a highway in Indiana about 60 miles south of Indianapolis. Nearly 70 passengers were on board plus two drivers when it happened. Police say the bus slipped off the road hitting the median, before tipping over.

NYPD Officers Salute Their Fallen Comrades
NYPD Officers Salute Their Fallen Comrades

By the dozens, officers of the New York Police Department stood outside Woodhull Hospital late Saturday (December 20) in silent tribute to two officers killed by a gunman who police say may have been seeking revenge for the death of an unarmed black man during an arrest attempt. The two officers, Rafael Ramos, 40, and Wenjian Liu, 32, were ambushed in their patrol car Saturday afternoon, said NYPD Police Commissioner William Bratton.

Weak Rouble Doesn't Stop Russia's New Year Shopping Spree
Weak Rouble Doesn't Stop Russia's New Year Shopping Spree

Even after the rouble's steep decline last week, Russian shoppers are coming out in droves....while they still can. Russians exchange gifts at Christmas and New Year's....making the end of the year the busiest time for shopping. As their country's economic problems snowball, shoppers try to focus on enjoying the season while they can

North Koreans Remember Death of Kim Jong Il
North Koreans Remember Death of Kim Jong Il

North Koreans placed flowers at shrines and memorials around the capital Pyongyang earlier this week to remember the death of former leader Kim Jong Il. Service personnel, children and others visited statues of the former leader. Late last week, U.S. officials said North Korea was responsible for a massive cyber attack against Sony Pictures which prompted the company to cancel the release of a satirical movie about assassinating the current leader Kim Jong Un.

Community Grieves Childrens' Deaths
Community Grieves Childrens' Deaths

Grieving relatives and friends of the children stabbed to death by their mother in northern Australia laid flowers at an impromptu shrine on Sunday. Police have charged a 37 year old woman with the murders. She was the mother to seven of the children, and aunt to one. The four girls and four boys ranged in age from 18 months to 15 years. Police asked media to protect the identities of the victims.

Touch-Free Smart Phone Empowers Mobility-Impaired
Touch-Free Smart Phone Empowers Mobility-Impaired

Wheelchair bound for nine years, quadriplegic electrical power engineer Giora Livne is determined not to be left behind by technology. Keen to use a smart phone, Livne joined forces with app developer Oded Ben Dov to create a device that responds to head movements. And this is the result. (FOR JIM - PICTURES HERE OF LIVNI SAYING "OPEN SESAME") The Sesame Phone is customised to the user's face and allows them to select applications and move the curser.

Existing Chemical Compounds Could Revive Failing Antibiotics, Says Danish Scientist
Existing Chemical Compounds Could Revive Failing Antibiotics, Says Danish Scientist

Our growing resistance to antibiotics threatens to create a 'post-antibiotic age' - in which previously treatable infections kill millions of us. Scientists are in a race against time to develop a new generation of drugs to prevent that catastrophe. While they do so, University of Copenhagen chemist Jørn Christensen wants to buy us some time.

Earthworms Provide Cancer-Fighting Bacteria
Earthworms Provide Cancer-Fighting Bacteria

The humble earthworm......which eats its way through dirt, plant debris and all manner of living organisms. As a result, scientists say, earthworms have developed powerful immune systems. And bacteria in their intestines contains compounds that could be used to fight diseases such as cancer. Doctor Marta Fiolka is from Poland's University of Maria Curie-Sklodowska. She says extracting the bacteria can be a challenge.