News Headlines - 12 January 2017

Ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele in hiding after Trump dossier - BBC News

An ex-MI6 officer who is believed to have prepared memos claiming Russia has compromising material on US President-elect Donald Trump is now in hiding, the BBC understands.

French far right leader Le Pen visits Trump Tower but no Trump talks | Reuters

French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen was seen at Trump Tower on Thursday, but a spokesman for President-elect Donald Trump said she did not meet with him or his team.

Turkey lawmakers brawl in parliament - CNN.com

Lawmakers in Turkey brawled during a debate over constitutional amendments that would expand presidential powers, according to state news agency Anadolu.

Morocco 'bans sale and production' of the burka

Morocco has reportedly banned the sale and production of the burka in what appears to be the latest stage of the kingdom's crackdown on Islamic extremism.

Extreme Cold, Heavy Snow Killing Dozens In Balkans, Eastern Europe

Authorities have blamed at least 73 deaths on the extreme weather, the coldest since 1963, including at least 15 people who froze to death in the Balkans this week -- four elderly men in Bosnia-Herzegovina, six people in Serbia, two homeless men in Kosovo, and an elderly woman and two homeless men in Macedonia.








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