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17:45 World
NASA announces landing site for Mars 2020 rover

Jezero Crater is located on the western edge of Isidis Planitia, a giant impact basin just north of the Martian equator. Western Isidis presents some of the oldest and most scientifically interesting landscapes Mars has to offer.

17:00 World
PNG security forces storm parliament over Apec pay dispute

The group reportedly smashed windows and furniture in the building, located in the capital Port Moresby.

16:16 World
White House backs down from legal fight, restores Jim Acosta's press pass

Monday afternoon's announcement, what the White House called a "final determination," was an abrupt shift from the administration's earlier positions.

15:45 World
Dead whale had 115 plastic cups, 2 flip-flops in its stomach

Santoso said researchers from wildlife conservation group WWF and the park's conservation academy found about 5.9 kilograms (13 pounds) of plastic waste in the animal's stomach containing 115 plastic cups, four plastic bottles, 25 plastic bags, 2 flip-flops, a nylon sack and more than 1,000 other assorted pieces of plastic.

15:27 World
Despite UN call for Yemen truce, new clashes around key port

The escalation, which followed a lull that had been in place since earlier this month, began late on Monday with coalition airstrikes hitting the rebels, known as Houthis, in and around Hodeida.

15:01 World
With disease in shelters and hotels at capacity, wildfire evacuees desperately seek refuge

And some days, an ambulance shows up. A team of paramedics, wearing protective masks and disposable yellow plastic aprons, wheeled a sick man out of the exhibit hall Monday on a stretcher, another victim of the bitter repercussions of mass displacement that the Camp Fire has created.

14:26 World
N. Korea destroys 10 DMZ guard posts

The explosion occurred at around 3 p.m. after the North notified the South on Sunday of the demolition plan.

14:02 World
Catalonia train crash: one dead in landslide derailment

One person dies after a train comes off the tracks between the north-eastern towns of Terrassa and Manresa.

13:41 World
Ghosn in no position to lead Renault, says French finance minister

The French state owns 15 percent of Renault, which in turn holds a 43.4 percent stake in Nissan.

13:00 World
Nissan and Mitsubishi shares slump after chairman's arrest

Mr Ghosn heads up the Japanese-French alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi.

12:29 World
World's first quarry hotel opens in China

Built into the side of a quarry in the Sheshan Mountain Range, the hotel has 336 rooms on 18 floors.

12:02 World
US stock markets drop as tech companies lead losses

China trade war fears rattle investors and downfall of Carlos Ghosn hits Nissan and Renault shares.

11:16 World
Societe Generale reaches agreements with U.S. authorities to resolve U.S. Economic sanctions and AML investigations

The vast majority by value of the sanctions violations involved in the settlements related to Cuba, and stem from a single revolving credit facility extended in 2000.  The remaining transactions involved other countries that are the target of U.S. economic sanctions, including Iran.

10:45 World
The World's Highest-Paid Women In Music 2018

Back in 2015, when Katy Perry appeared on the cover of Forbes after earning $135 million in a single year, she knew she'd secured her place in the pop star firmament—and wouldn't ever have to worry about fading into oblivion.

10:27 World
Nissan shares slump after Ghosn arrested over alleged financial misconduct

Ghosn is also chairman and chief executive of Nissan’s French partner, Renault, and chairman of Japan’s Mitsubishi Motors Corp, the third partner in the alliance.

10:00 World
Warburg Pincus plans to raise up to $4 billion for new China fund

The firm plans to formally launch the fundraising early next year, said the sources who declined to be named as the information was confidential.

19:24 World
Looters plunder Albania's sunken treasures

The 450-kilometre (280-mile) coastline, which is lapped by the Adriatic and Ionian seas, was off-limits under the communist regime which ruled the Balkan state until 1990, with orders to shoot anyone caught diving without authorisation.

19:00 World
Camels escape from the circus and take a trip to Lidl

A bizarre photo showed the animals lurking in the moonlight outside the budget supermarket in Bergen, Germany.

18:38 World
Apple suppliers suffer as it struggles to forecast iPhone demand

In recent weeks, Apple slashed production orders for all three iPhone models that it unveiled in September.

18:16 World
Policeman accused of killing 3 at party in East Timor

East Timor police Chief Julio da Costa Hornay said the suspect, officer Jose Mina, has been apprehended. He said the party was hosted by Mina's police colleague in the Kuluhun neighborhood of Dili city.

17:45 World
Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn removed over ‘significant misconduct,’ arrested

Ghosn was also arrested Monday after he voluntarily submitted to questioning by Tokyo prosecutors, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported, though prosecutors did not confirm the move.

17:00 World
Senior Houthi rebel calls for halt to attacks in Yemen

Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the Higher Revolutionary Committee, says his groups wants a ceasefire.

16:16 World
Yemen war: Houthis 'halting drone and missile strikes'

The move comes after the coalition ordered a halt in its offensive on the key Yemeni port of Hudaydah.

15:27 World
Peru says ex-president has sought asylum in Uruguay

Peru's foreign ministry said Sunday it was informed by Uruguay's ambassador that Garcia entered his residence Saturday night. From there, he called Uruguay President Tabare Vasquez seeking protection.

15:01 World
Evacuations urged near Guatemala’s erupting Volcano of Fire

The 10 communities have at least 2,000 residents, but each community will decide if they evacuate or not. Antigua al Rescate, an organization that helped communities after a devastating eruption in June, and a newspaper in the capital reported at least three communities were doing so.

14:44 World
Relentless California wildfires leave 80 dead, over 1,200 others still missing

The number of people missing or unaccounted for in Butte County was 1,202 as of Sunday, though those figures may continue to fluctuate as authorities track down the names on the list, according to Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea.

14:26 World
Nissan Motor Co. chairman Carlos Ghosn faces arrest on charge of not reporting full salary

Prosecutors were moving toward arresting Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn on Nov. 19 on suspicion of under-reporting his corporate salary, investigative sources said.

14:02 World
APEC summit wraps with no joint statement amid US-China discord

All 21 APEC leaders at the annual meeting in Papua New Guinea were in agreement except China, a source within the meeting told CNN.

13:28 World
UK could ask for Brexit transition beyond 2020, business minister says

The United Kingdom is due to formally leave the EU on March 29, 2019 but a planned transition period means it will remain a member in all but name until the end of December 2020.

13:00 World
The architect transforming cities into 'vertical forests'

Unsurprisingly, there is child-like wonder to the architect's best-known building, Il Bosco Verticale, or the Vertical Forest.

12:43 World
California wildfires: Finland bemused by Trump raking comment

Citing a conversation with his Finnish counterpart, Mr Trump said they spend "a lot of time on raking and cleaning"

12:02 World
Damien Hirst delivers controversy with giant uterus sculptures at Qatar hospital

Showpiece outside women’s healthcare centre culminates with 14-metre newborn which has previously raised eyebrows.

11:38 World
Apec leaders unable to agree on communique amid US-China trade tensions

Sharp divisions emerge at Port Moresby summit as Japan and US push back against China’s growing influence in the Pacific.

11:16 World
ECB can adapt policy normalization after bond buys end

The ECB is due to wrap up its 2.6 trillion euro bond buying program next month, paving the way to raise interest rates sometime after next summer for the first time in eight years as part of a long path toward monetary policy normalization.

10:45 World
Sweden hold on to Nations League promotion hopes with Turkey win

Andreas Granqvist's 71st-minute penalty gave the World Cup quarter-finalists a 1-0 win to relegate their opponents.

10:27 World
Two migrants dead, eight missing off Sardinia

The wooden boat carrying 13 migrants, reportedly Algerian, lost power on Thursday and 10 of them decided to try to swim to land, an Italian coastguard statement said.

10:00 World
Stolen Picasso resurfaces in Romania six years later

In one of the art world’s most dramatic heists, thieves made off with seven paintings, worth millions of euros, by Picasso, Matisse, Monet and others.

19:00 World
CIA believes Saudi crown prince ordered journalist's killing

The CIA’s finding, first reported by the Washington Post, is the most definitive U.S. assessment to date tying Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler directly to the killing.

18:16 World
Australia 'trolley hero' faces police charges

Michael Rogers, dubbed "Trolley Man" online, was filmed on 9 November trying to prevent Hassan Khalif Shire Ali from stabbing two police officers.

17:24 World
Raccoons in West Virginia town not rabid, they’re drunk on crab apples

Such a mistake is understandable and, of course, it is best to be careful in these situations. Rabies is a viral disease that infects the central nervous system and can result in a suite of debilitating symptoms and death.

16:38 World
France fuel protest: One dead as 'yellow vest' blockades begin

The woman was struck after a driver panicked and drove towards protesters in south-eastern France, reports said.

15:45 World
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg to CBS: "We absolutely did not pay anyone to create fake news"

In her first interview since the story was published, Sandberg told "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell she did not know about an effort described by the Times to publish stories critical of other tech companies, an apparent attempt to deflect attention away from Facebook.

15:01 World
The 20 photographs of the week

The migrant caravan in Mexico, wildfires in California, the armistice centenary and a symbolic funeral prayer for Jamal Khashoggi – the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists.

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