News Headlines - 11 September 2017

U.N. Security Council approves weakened resolution for new sanctions on North Korea - LA Times

The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a resolution to impose new economic sanctions on North Korea for its nuclear weapons buildup but the proposed penalties were weaker than the Trump administration had sought.

Donald Trump Honors 9/11 Victims for First Time As President | Time.com

President Trump marked the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks Monday with a pledge of support for the families of those killed that day.

Ghost Jihadis: ISIS Fighters Have Thousands Of Blank Syrian Passports That Could Be used to Provide Fake Identities

The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) has some 11,000 blank Syrian passports that could be used to provide fake identities for jihadists, German authorities believe... German authorities have created a list of the passport serial numbers that could be used by the group, German weekly newspaper Bild am Sonntag reported on Sunday. It cited German federal police and interior ministry documents.

Dalai Lama Urges Aung San Suu Kyi to Resolve Rohingya Crisis

The Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, has again called on his fellow Nobel Peace Prize recipient Aung San Suu Kyi to peacefully end the Rohingya crisis.

Malay woman to be Singapore President - The Hindu

Halimah Yacob, a former speaker of Parliament, will be formally named to the mostly ceremonial post on Wednesday, media reported, after other candidates fell short of the criteria set for contesting the election. Ms. Yacob (63) was born to an Indian Muslim father and a Malay mother.








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