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22 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Boris Johnson's wife criticises Cameron's EU renegotiation - Politics live

Rolling coverage of all the days political developments as they happen, including David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs 5.03pm GMT Talks on #UKinEU settlement a fragile political process. I cancelled all my obligations to meet EU leaders & EP to secure broad support

23 minutes ago // BBC

world UK's EU membership talks 'fragile'

The man responsible for trying to broker a deal over the UK's EU membership says the process is "fragile", as he cancels meetings to focus on high-level talks.

26 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world NATO ministers approve new force for Eastern Europe

NATO defense ministers on Wednesday approved a new multinational force to beef up defenses of frontline alliance members most at risk from Russia, the alliances secretary general announced.

26 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Christian, Muslim leaders in Cyprus support peace talks

Christian and Muslim leaders in Cyprus on Wednesday repeated their full support for ongoing talks aimed at reunifying the ethnically-split country, saying their united stand for peace serves as a strong example of cooperation in a region where conflict is often fueled by religion.

26 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Double suicide bombing in Cameroons north kills at least 10

The governor of Cameroons Far North region says two suicide bombers have killed at least 10 people in an attack on a northern village.

26 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Israel's Netanyahu likens Islamists to 'wild beasts'

And he wants to build a fence to stop them.

27 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world French Lawmakers Approve Constitutional Changes

The National Assembly approved constitutional amendments to enshrine the governments state-of-emergency powers in the constitution and strip some convicted terrorists of French nationality.

29 minutes ago // CBS

world RFK's assassin seeking parole for 15th time

For 5 decades, Sirhan Sirhan has said he doesn't remember fatally shooting Robert F. Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles

30 minutes ago // USA Today

world Little Norway spends big on Syrian refugee crisis

The oil-rich Scandinavian nation pledged $1.2 billion over 4 years to aid Syrian refugees.

31 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Humanitarian efforts in Aleppo are at breaking point this war has to end Dalia Al-Awqati

Aid teams in northern Syria are finding it increasingly difficult to cope with the numbers of refugees, but no amount of money and supplies can end Syrias suffering. That must come from politiciansAs the sun sets over the road to Azaz, a city north of Aleppo near the Turkish border, a steady stream of people most on foot walk in one direction. Women hold tightly t

31 minutes ago // New York Times

world Afghan Policeman, Shot After Firing on NATO Soldiers, Dies of Wounds

The policeman, who had been guarding a ministry, opened fire on coalition troops, who fired back and fatally wounded him, the Afghan government said.

32 minutes ago // VOA

world Twitter Tweaks Timeline, Lets Hot Tweets Rise

Social media site Twitter is changing the way it displays messages. The microblogging service will now let popular tweets related to people you follow show up first in your timeline, followed by the real-time feed most people on Twitter are used to. The new "Show me the best tweets first" feature is optional and users can stick with the familiar cascade of chronological tweets if they prefer. Twitter's existing "while you were away" feature also highlights tweets from the recent past.

33 minutes ago // ABC

world Portugal Lawmakers Overturn Veto on Gay Rights, Abortion Law

Left-of-center parties in Portugal's Parliament have used their majority to overturn a presidential veto on bills that granted adoption rights to same-sex couples and removed some abortion restrictions

34 minutes ago // BBC

world Men who helped teen go to Syria jailed

Three men who helped a Cardiff teenager travel to Syria to fight with Islamic extremists are jailed.

35 minutes ago // ABC

world Central African Republic to Go Ahead With Elections Sunday

Election officials in Central African Republic say the country will go ahead with the presidential election Sunday that already had been delayed several times

36 minutes ago // MSNBC

world IRS Says ID Thieves Used Stolen Social Security Numbers in Attack

The IRS said that the attack was not related to an outage of its computer systems that hampered its ability to process tax returns last week.

37 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Met 'failed to tell Brittan family' of rape inquiry review publication

Friend says Leon Brittans family not told in advance that review into Scotland Yard investigation of 1967 rape allegation would be made publicThe Metropolitan police have been accused of failing to inform the family of Leon Brittan about the publication of a report which re-examined a rape investigation into the peer.Lord Brittans widow and children were not told in advance of plans to make public a review of a Scotland Yard rape inquiry into the late peer,

38 minutes ago // ABC

world The Latest: Yellen Says Fed Watching Market Developments

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the central bank is carefully watching developments in global financial markets

39 minutes ago // Mercury News

world Elephant rampages through Indian town, smashing homes and cars

KOLKATA, India AP -- A wild elephant rampaged through an east Indian town on Wednesday, smashing cars and homes and sending panicked people running before the animal was tranquilized to be returned to the forest.

41 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Sanders and Trump look to capitalize on New Hampshire primary wins live

Follow our live coverage of the fallout after victories for the insurgents in the New Hampshire primary, as Sanders travels to New York to meet Al SharptonCrashing the parties: Sanders and Trump victories vindicate the outsidersLucia Graves:

41 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Introducing Cameron's EU red card will have limited impact

Proposal to allow national parliaments to block EU policies would have affected less than 2% of European council votesEarlier this month the president of the European council, Donald Tusk, proposed several measures aimed at addressing British concerns about continued EU membership.One of these measures was a new red card procedure for national parliaments

41 minutes ago // ABC

world UK to End Ancient Practice of Printing Laws on Animal Skin

Britain to print new laws on archival paper rather than animal skin

41 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world The Latest: Turkey: Syrian refugee numbers top 2.6 million

The Latest developments on the war in Syria and the tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing violence all times local:

41 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Portugal lawmakers overturn veto on gay rights, abortion law

Left-of-center parties in Portugals Parliament have used their majority to overturn presidential vetoes on bills that granted adoption rights to same-sex couples and removed some abortion restrictions.

41 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world The Latest: Dutch PM: Turkish efforts help stem migrant flow

The Latest on the massive influx of migrants into Europe all times local:

41 minutes ago // The Washington Post

world Zdravko Tolimir, Bosnian Serb general convicted of genocide, dies at 67

He was the Bosnian Serb Armys top intelligence officer and was described as the right hand of military chief Ratko Mladic.

43 minutes ago // ABC

world Italians Arrest Argentine Prelate in Swindle Scheme

Italian tax police have arrested an Argentine monsignor they say was at the heart of Ponzi-type scheme swindling people out of 30 million euros $34 million

44 minutes ago // ABC

world Eurozone Concerns Building Again After Period of Calm

Fourth-quarter economic growth figures, which are due on Friday, will likely show the eurozone plodding along at a quarterly tick of around 0.3-0.4 percent a modest rate despite favorable conditions such as cheaper oil, a lower euro and weak inflation

44 minutes ago // BBC

world Trump: I'd beat Clinton to White House

Republican Donald Trump says he would easily beat Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in a presidential contest for the White House after a convincing win in New Hampshire.

45 minutes ago // Wall Street Journal

world How Japan's 'Abenomics' Reached an Impasse

Prime Minister Shinzo Abes economic-revitalization plan was a bet that a committed central bank could jolt Japan out of decades of decline. But the banks failure to generate a sustained economic upswing suggests the Abenomics program has reached an impasse.

49 minutes ago // The Times of India

world US man charged with throwing alligator into fast food restaurant

A Florida fast food restaurant got a customer it wasn't expecting when a live alligator was tossed through a drive-thru window by a patron. Joshua James, 23, of Jupiter, Florida, had wanted to play

49 minutes ago // The Times of India

world Man charged with throwing alligator intofast food restaurant

A Florida fast food restaurant got a customer it wasn't expecting when a live alligator was tossed through a drive-thru window by a patron.Joshua James, 23, of Jupiter, Florida, had wanted to play a practical j

51 minutes ago // ABC

world Double Suicide Bombing in Cameroon's North Kills at Least 10

The governor of Cameroon's Far North region says 2 suicide bombers have killed at least 10 people in an attack on a northern village

53 minutes ago // UPI

world South Korea orders shutdown of joint factory with North Korea

Elizabeth ShimSEOUL, Feb. 10 UPI -- South Korea has ordered the shutdown of a jointly operated factory park in the North Korean city of Kaesong.

53 minutes ago // Reuters

world Latest poll indicates growing support for British EU exit

LONDON Reuters - The number of Britons who back remaining in the European Union is level with those wanting to leave in the bloc, with support for an exit growing, according to an opinion poll on Wednesday.

54 minutes ago // New York Times

world As Syria Devolves Further, Allies Criticize American Policy

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said support for Kurdish militants fighting the Islamic State had helped turn the region into a sea of blood.