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From Dubai to Istanbul, millions welcome in 2017
Venezuelan opposition activists freed, but '100 remain imprisoned'
After being held for more than a year on corruption charges, Venezuelan former presidential candidate Manuel Rosales has been released from house arrest.
UN Security Council approves Russia-Turkey ceasefire plan for Syria
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution welcoming a ceasefire in Syria brokered by Russia and Turkey.
New Year's fireworks see in 2017, from Auckland to Pyongyang
No Comment Review 2016 : extreme weather
Several hurt as car ploughs into crowd in Finland
When a vehicle ploughs into pedestrians in today’s Europe, fears of a terror attack are inevitable.
Trump towers over the globe; many fear the shadow
Out with the old politics in with the new
No Comment Review 2016 : animal antics
Tenth successive weekend protest against South Korea's president
New Year's Eve did not prevent thousands of people to rally in Seoul against Park Geun-hye, demanding the president's resignation over a corruption scandal.
Merkel says Germany is 'stronger than terrorism'
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher to be buried together
Debbie Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher will have a joint funeral and are to be buried together in Hollywood, according to Reynolds’ son.
Review of the year 2016: Brexit means Brexit
Civilians flee eastern Mosul as Iraqi forces battle ISIL
Scores of people fled for safety on Saturday on the third day of the renewed US-led offensive to retake the northern city from the Islamic State group.
Syria rebels threaten to declare ceasefire 'null and void'
With violence persisting in some parts of Syria, rebel groups are threatening to declare the latest ceasefire “null and void” unless attacks stop.
Space gets busy as 2016 marks bumper year for exploration
Space exploration saw some highs and lows in 2016.
ISS crew rises to 'The Mannequin Challenge'
‘The Mannequin Challenge’ fad got a new lease of life on December 29, when the crew of the International Space Station got on board, in zero gravity.
Traditional New Year's dance in Romania
People on the streets of a central Romanian town performed a traditional New Year’s bear dance on Friday.
Palestinian woman shot by Israeli police 'was attempting knife attack'
Israeli police say a Palestinian woman, shot and injured by security forces on Friday, had been trying to carry out a stabbing attack.
#SaveArash: Hunger strike by Iran activist tops Twitter trending
A jailed Iranian activist on hunger strike in protest at the detention of his writer wife has taken social media by storm.
Deadly double bombing at Baghdad market
Twin explosions in a busy market in central Baghdad on Saturday killed over 27 people and injured dozens more.
George Michael: Cause of death may not be known for weeks
Further tests are needed to establish the cause of singer George Michael’s death after a post-mortem examination was ‘inconclusive’.
Greek ambassador death: Brazilian policeman admits to murdering 'his lover's husband'
In a plot-twist worthy of a telenovela, a policeman from Rio de Janeiro has confessed to murdering the Greek ambassador to Brazil, who is said to have been his lover’s…
Europe's police officers gear up for New Year's Eve
Putin 'very smart', says Trump, as Russia fails to retaliate to US 'hacking' expulsions