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Source: Mugabe agrees to resign (20 Nov 2017)

How Mugabe destroyed Zimbabwe's economy (17 Nov 2017)
Mugabe's Fast Track Land Reform crippled Zimbabwe's economy, which was once considered the breadbasket of Africa.

Charles Manson, leader of murderous '60s cult, dies (20 Nov 2017)
Charles Manson, the wild-eyed 1960s cult leader whose followers committed heinous murders that terrorized Los Angeles and shocked the nation, died Sunday of natural causes, according to the California Department of Corrections. He was 83.

Coalition talks collapse in Germany, leaving political uncertainty for Merkel (20 Nov 2017)
Germany is facing a likely period of political deadlock after talks to form a coalition government among four of the country's seven parliamentary political parties fell apart shortly before midnight on Sunday.

Arab League: Hezbollah a 'terrorist' group (20 Nov 2017)
Saudi Arabia ramped up its campaign against Iran's growing influence in the Arab World Sunday by persuading most of the 22 member states of the Arab League to condemn Iran's Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, as a "terrorist organization."

Trump on UCLA players: 'I should have left them in jail!' (20 Nov 2017)
President Donald Trump on Sunday shot back at Lavar Ball, the father of one of the UCLA basketball players arrested in China, for belittling the President's role in the students' release.

Mugabe won't quit despite impeachment threat (19 Nov 2017)
Zimbabwe's ruling party will meet Sunday to pass a vote of no confidence in Robert Mugabe as its leader, a source said, a day after throngs took to the streets to demand the President's ouster.

US troops in Japan face alcohol ban after deadly collision (20 Nov 2017)
A US service member was involved in a collision that led to the death of an Okinawa man in the island's capital of Naha, Sunday morning, US Forces Japan said in a news release Monday.

Turkish capital bans LGBT events (20 Nov 2017)
The governor of Turkey's capital, Ankara, has banned all public events relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues for fear they could "provoke hatred and hostility."

Fox News defends Hannity amid calls for ad boycott (19 Nov 2017)
Fox News is standing by host Sean Hannity amid an advertiser boycott campaign.


Zimbabwe President's party fires him, gives him deadline to resign (19 Nov 2017)
Zimbabwe's ruling party has expelled Robert Mugabe as its chief and set a Monday deadline for the leader to end his presidency after nearly four decades of rule.

Thousands take to the streets to protest Mugabe (18 Nov 2017)
Thousands of Zimbabweans took to the streets of Harare on November 18 to protest President Robert Mugabe and demand that he step down.

The Chinese connection to the Zimbabwe 'coup' (18 Nov 2017)
A visit by Zimbabwean army commander Constantino Chiwenga to China would not normally be seen as unusual, given Beijing's status as Zimbabwe's largest foreign investor and longtime ally.

Analysis: The 'tyrant' who could be Zimbabwe's next president (19 Nov 2017)
The elevation of Emmerson Mnangagwa to the presidency of Zimbabwe would amount to an act of political survival matched only by the man he'd replace, Robert Mugabe.

Tesla reveals semi-truck and new sports car (17 Nov 2017)
You'll often hear automakers brag of a sports car's zero-to-60 performance but less often for a big-rig truck. On Thursday night, Tesla boasted of both.

Moody's loves Modi's plans for India (17 Nov 2017)

Where you pay $900K just to view apartments (17 Nov 2017)
At one Hong Kong apartment complex, it will cost you close to $1 million to just get your foot in the door.

This $1 trillion pension fund wants out of oil (16 Nov 2017)

How North Korea is hacking companies and governments (15 Nov 2017)
The U.S. government has revealed new details about two viruses it says North Korea is using to attack companies and governments.

Who inspires you the most? (16 Nov 2017)
Their missions vary greatly: To provide loving homes for orphaned children, feed those in crisis or mend war's psychological wounds.

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