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  • Knives and gangs: What's driving Britain's broken boys to crime?

  • After a long day at work, Tilisha Goupall returned to her London home, made dinner and switched on the TV, just like any other night. It was after 10.30 p.m. that she realized her 15-year-old brother, Jermaine, was more than an hour late home from the movies, so she sent him a message on Snapchat. He never read it.
  • Snowmobile season kicks off in northern New England

  • Snowmobile season kicks off in northern New England this weekend but trails are only open in areas of Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire that have enough snow left from the two early season snowstorms in November
  • Poom maintains lead, Rose on course to be world no. 1

  • Poom Saksansin maintained his three-shot lead to inch closer to a second Indonesia Masters triumph while Justin Rose remained on course to become world number one even after the Briton's title defence appeared over on Saturday.
  • Qatar says Gulf Arab bloc needs reform to give it teeth

  • Qatar said on Saturday it remained committed to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) but the bloc needed to enforce its own rules better, signaling a reformed alliance could help end a row between Doha and some of its neighbors.
  • The Weekly Standard is closing after 23 years

  • The Weekly Standard — the right-leaning magazine that has remained doggedly anti-Trump since the president’s election — is shutting down after 23 years. Staffers got the news at an all-hands meeting Friday morning that they were to clean out their desks by 5 p.m. The weekly will publish its last issue Dec. 17. Beforehand, Editor-in-Chief...
  • Kremlin rebuffs U.S. call to release Ukraine naval crews

  • The Kremlin on Friday rebuffed a U.S. call to release Ukrainian ships and sailors, saying it could not take precedence over Russia's justice system, but added that Moscow remained interested in a top-level meeting with the United States.
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