News Headlines - 19 November 2015

Fed sends strong signal that rates will rise in December - Telegraph

The Federal Reserve has delivered its strongest signal yet that policymakers are prepared to raise interest rates before the end of this year if the economy continues to improve.

Abe demanded Seoul remove comfort woman statue

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has demanded the removal of a statue of a teenage Korean girl, a symbol of Korean victims of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery, as a condition for settling the issue involving the victims, according to a news report Thursday.

Islamic State says it has executed two captives from Norway and China | Reuters

Islamic State said it had killed a Norwegian and a Chinese captive, showing what appeared to be pictures of the dead men under a banner reading "Executed" in the latest edition of its English language magazine.

China to build two nuclear plants in Argentina in $15bn deal - FT.com

China will finance and build two nuclear power plants in Argentina in a deal worth up to $15bn, underlining Beijing’s continued presence in Latin America despite its slowing economy.

Britain arrests Libyan for 1984 murder of policewoman Yvonne Fletcher | Reuters

British police said they had arrested a Libyan man on Thursday over his suspected role in the murder of unarmed policewoman Yvonne Fletcher, who was shot dead outside the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.








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