News Headlines - 30 December 2016

Clashes, air raids tarnish Russia and Turkey's Syria truce | Reuters

Clashes, shelling and air raids in western Syria marred a Russian- and Turkish-backed ceasefire that aims to end nearly six years of war and lead to peace talks between rebels and a government emboldened by recent battlefield success.

Foxconn Deepens Investment in China With Plans for New Flat-Panel Factory - WSJ

Foxconn Technology Group founder Terry Gou said his company plans to build an $8.8 billion television flat-panel factory in Guangzhou, China, depicting the region as an “investment treasure land” amid calls to move tech manufacturing to the U.S.

Taiwan 'Nazi rally' school principal resigns - BBC News

The principal of a Taiwanese school whose students held a mock Nazi rally for a Christmas parade has resigned.

Hundreds executed by North Korea's Kim Jong Un since coming to power - CNN.com

A new report claims North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has ordered 340 people to be executed since he came to power in 2011.

Philippines drug raids net record haul - CNN.com

Philippines authorities have made the biggest drug seizure in the country's history, confiscating 2,000 pounds (890 kilograms) of methamphetamine worth $120 million in a series of raids this month.








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