News Headlines - 11 December 2015

US Intel: ISIS May Have Passport Printing Machine, Blank Passports - ABC News

With the U.S. and other countries on high alert for ISIS attacks, American authorities are warning the terror group’s followers may have infiltrated American borders with authentic-looking passports ISIS has printed itself with its own machines, according to an intelligence report obtained by ABC News.

Fear of Terrorism Lifts Donald Trump in New York Times/CBS Poll - The New York Times

Americans are more fearful about the likelihood of another terrorist attack than at any other time since the weeks after Sept. 11, 2001, a gnawing sense of dread that has helped lift Donald J. Trump to a new high among Republican primary voters, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

Japanese PM's website hacked by whaling protesters | The Guardian

Hackers have claimed to have disabled the website of the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, in protest at his country’s decision to resuming its whaling programme in the Southern ocean, in defiance of international opinion.

Paris climate talks: Obama calls Xi Jinping in final push for a deal | The Guardian

Barack Obama phoned the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, in a last ditch effort to thrash out a climate change agreement that can be unveiled at the UN climate talks in Paris on Saturday.

Roof collapses on to busy pavement in Shepherd's Bush - BBC News

The dramatic moment the roof of a three-storey building collapsed on to a busy pavement in west London has been caught on camera.








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