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November 25, 2016 – World News Headlines

Juneau’s first marijuana sale goes without a hitch  (Juneau Empire)

Saudi wants OPEC to solve own problems before meeting non-OPEC (Reuters)

Canceled flights for Friday, Nov. 25, 2016  (GMA Network)

Passenger trains collide in Iran, 44 killed: official (Reuters), (New York Times), (AP via Daily Mail)

Migrants torch Lesbos camp after two die (The Telegraph), (The Guardian)

Bulgaria PM: Migrants held in camp clashes will be deported  (FOX News)

COLD WEATHER KILLS 20 IN NORTH AFGHANISTAN; 2 DIE IN ATTACKS (AP)

Heavy rain causes floods in northern Italy

Erdogan threatens to open Turkey’s border with Europe to migrants

WikiLeaks releases 500 files allegedly showing US ‘arming and funding’ Yemeni forces  (International Business Times)

Norway’s supreme court rejects Edward Snowden extradition lawsuit (Reuters)

Pakistan’s Sindh province outlaws forced conversions

Burqas, mosques, ‘gay propaganda’ all banned in Hungarian village

Israeli Supreme Court wants to know why only Palestinian terrorist homes razed & not Jewish

Football sex abuse claims: Police widen their inquiries (Fox News)

Jill Stein eyes 3rd fund-raising goal for recount  (The Japan Times), (The Boston Globe)

Jill Stein petitions Wisconsin Election Commission for presidential vote recount  (Refinery29), (The Washington Examiner)

With recounts looming, Trump adds new administration picks (NBC), (The Washington Post)

Trump’s inner circle divided over secretary of state contender (CBS), (CNN)

Minister at center of Brazil’s latest scandal quits  (Reuters)

Fidel Castro, Cuba’s leader of revolution, dies at 90 (Fox News)

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