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    "Haier, the world's biggest maker of household appliances, is planning a major restructuring that will see its main unit Haier Smart Home <> list in Hong Kong to take another group company valued at $7.7 billion private, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said."

    "Heroes emerge amid deadly mass shootings in the United States. More here:"

    "Families of victims in the Sandy Hook school massacre that killed 20 children and six adults will get their day in court about nine years from the shooting."

    "The U.S. House of Representatives is expected on Thursday to take its most concrete step yet in impeaching Donald Trump, when a key committee clears the way for a full House vote formally accusing him of high crimes and misdemeanors."

    "United Kingdom votes to decide the fate of #Brexit, again. Follow the latest updates"

    "Indonesia President Joko Widodo is set to give final approval in the coming days to a new taxation bill that paves the way for corporate tax cuts, before it is sent to parliament, the chief economic minister said on Thursday."

    "An Edmonton Valley Zoo employee is recovering in hospital after a hit-and-run, RCMP are hoping facial reconstruction techniques can help identify three people's remains and more: These are your Thursday morning headlines."

    "Southwest Airlines Co said on Thursday it had reached a compensation agreement with Boeing Co for a portion of the projected financial damages related to the grounding of the 737 MAX aircraft."

    "The United Arab Emirates has lobbied several European countries to ease restrictions on weapons exports following a series of strikes in the Gulf this year, according to three Western diplomats and two other people with knowledge of the discussions."

    "Delta Air Lines Inc sees another annual rise in profit and revenue in 2020 driven by what Chief Executive Ed Bastian called a growing interest in air travel by consumers across the generational spectrum."

    "A Vietnamese oil tanker which Reuters reported visited North Korea in February has been seized by Malaysia after it was found adrift off the Malaysian coast, maritime agency officials said."

    "Ferrari won't have its first fully electric model ready until after 2025 as the battery technology requires more development, Chief Executive Louis Camilleri said, pushing back expectations."

    "North Korea's foreign ministry criticized the United States for convening the U.N. Security Council and warned that it is ready to respond to any corresponding measure that Washington chooses, state media said on Thursday."

    "Samsung Electronics will increase investment at its chip factory in China by $8 billion to boost production of NAND flash memory chips, Chinese media reported on Tuesday."

    "WATCH: Cory Edel visited YEG Candy Cane Lane Thursday morning. He asked co-organizer Duane Hunter what you need to know to take in the annual holiday event."

    "A U.S. government watchdog is raising fresh concerns that health insurers are exaggerating how sick Medicare patients are, receiving billions of dollars in improper payments as a result."

    "U.S. producer prices were unexpectedly unchanged in November as increases in food and gasoline prices were offset by declining costs for services, pointing to muted inflation despite a recent uptick in consumer prices."

    "In the past three years, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has turned the screws on the entertainment and news industries. A new regulatory agency is overseeing output and censoring content. Read the full Reuters report on how Egypt’s strongman has unleashed a new wave of censorship:"

    "The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits jumped to more than a two-year high last week, but that probably does not signal a pickup in layoffs as the claims data tends to be volatile in the period following the Thanksgiving Day holiday."

    "U.S. trade negotiators have offered to cancel a new round of tariffs on imported Chinese goods set to take effect on Sunday as part of an effort to cement a phase-one deal to de-escalate the trade relationship between the two powers, the Wall Street Journal said on Thursday."

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    "Mark Schneider, Nestle's first outside chief executive officer in almost a century, has made big strides in positioning the world's largest food company for the future with aggressive deal making since taking over in January 2017."

    "U.S. stock index futures edged higher on Thursday, a day after the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady and struck an optimistic tone on the outlook of the economy."

    "Reuters reveals how the UAE has lobbied at least several European countries, including Germany, to ease restrictions on exporting weapons following a series of strikes in the Gulf this year. The UAE has highlighted its withdrawal of troops from Yemen in the hopes of lifting controls that had been imposed due to concerns that weapons could be used in the conflict there."

    "U.S. producer prices were unexpectedly unchanged in November as increases in food and gasoline prices were offset by declining costs for services, pointing to muted inflation despite a recent uptick in consumer prices."

    "The British #GE2019: 50 seats to watch Follow the latest #GE2019 updates"

    "The $2.2 trillion repurchase agreement market - part of the inner workings of the U.S. financial system - is facing what could be another strain as the year comes to a close. That could have wider implications than just Wall Street."

    "Aboard a golden royal barge, King Maha Vajiralongkorn was rowed along the river winding through the oldest part of Bangkok on Thursday, as thousands of loyal Thais thronged the banks to see the final ritual of his drawn out coronation."

    "A painting depicting Mexican revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata naked but for high heels and a pink sombrero, astride an aroused white horse, has sparked controversy in socially conservative Mexico, prompting protests that briefly flared into violence."

    "Federal authorities on Thursday charged 10 former National Football League players for allegedly defrauding a healthcare program of more than $3.4 million by filing false claims for hyperbaric oxygen chambers and other expensive medical equipment."

    "Julie Van Rosendaal was in our Trail Appliances Kitchen this morning with some recipes from her new cookbook. Dinner with Julie"

    "Apple Inc's iPhone shipments in China fell more than 35% in November, marking their second straight double-digit decline as sales of the cheaper iPhone 11 remained sluggish, brokerage Credit Suisse said on Thursday."

    "Canada's Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer, who lost the October election to Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, announced on Thursday in the House of Commons that he has decided to resign."

    "Facebook will not announce the first members of its independent oversight board this year as it originally expected, the company said on Thursday."

    "Major League Baseball (MLB) will remove marijuana from its list of banned substances and players who test positive for opioids, fentanyl, cocaine and synthetic THC will be referred for treatment before being disciplined, according to the league's updated drug policy announced on Thursday."

    "Georgia's parliament suspended its work for four hours on Thursday after a foul-smelling substance was sprayed in the chamber in what the speaker described as a "chemical attack"."

    "Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson is meeting with Boeing's chief executive Dennis Muilenburg later Thursday on the fate of the grounded 737 MAX, according to an email seen by Reuters."

    "New Zealand's military forces began a high-risk operation on volcanic White Island on Friday to recover bodies of eight people killed in an eruption this week, despite warnings that the island was still highly volatile."

    "Anheuser-Busch InBev's $11 billion asset sale to Japan's Asahi <2502.t> could hurt competition in Australia's cider sector and may also do the same for beer, the country's competition regulator warned on Thursday."

    "UAE has lobbied at least several European countries to ease restrictions on exporting weapons following a series of strikes in the Gulf this year. The efforts have had some success, notably in German. Read the Reuters story"

    "Thousands of people took to the streets in Algiers and other cities on Thursday chanting "No vote! We want freedom!" as Algerian authorities held a presidential election that protesters view as a charade to keep the ruling elite in power."

    "Investigators are probing the deadly attack on a New Jersey kosher grocery store earlier this week as an act of domestic terrorism motivated by anti-Semitism and hatred of law enforcement, state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and New Jersey U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito told a news conference."

    "The White House has reached a “deal in principle” with Beijing to resolve a 17-month trade war and is expected to make an announcement later on Thursday, a source briefed on the talks says."

    "Christians in the Gaza Strip will not be allowed to visit holy cities such as Bethlehem and Jerusalem to celebrate Christmas this year, Israeli authorities said on Thursday."

    "Christine Lagarde struck a more upbeat tone on the economy in her first news conference as head of the European Central Bank on Thursday and promised a new style of leadership as she outlined a sweeping one-year review of the bank's workings."

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