News Headlines - 20 December 2015

U.N. endorses Syria peace plan in rare show of unity among big powers | Reuters

The United Nations Security Council on Friday unanimously approved a resolution endorsing an international road map for a Syria peace process, a rare show of unity among major powers on a conflict that has claimed more than a quarter million lives.

Fierce fighting in northern Yemen kills at least 75 | The Jakarta Post

Fierce fighting and airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition pounded northern Yemen on Saturday, as the two main parties in the country's conflict continued to violate a ceasefire agreement and undermine already tenuous peace talks in Switzerland.

Air France flight makes emergency landing in Kenya after suspicious object found - police | Reuters

An Air France flight from Mauritius diverted and safely made an emergency landing at Kenya's port city of Mombasa after its crew alerted its captain to a suspicious device in one of its toilets, Kenya's head of police said on Sunday.

Cameron: Let police shoot to kill | The Sunday Times

Cameron ordered a review of the law after a national security council meeting last week at which police chiefs demanded greater political and legal backing for those charged with protecting the public from a Paris-style massacre in Britain.

UK Lord accused of child sex abuse dies before trial - Al Arabiya News

An 87-year-old British parliamentarian deemed unfit to stand trial on a string of child sex abuse offences died peacefully at his home on Saturday, his family said.








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