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  • A missile is seen inside an underground missile base for Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force at an undisclosed location in this undated handout photo courtesy of Fars NewsBy Francois Murphy and Shadia Nasralla VIENNA (Reuters) - A U.N. report on whether Iran has in the past carried out work related to nuclear weapons will not reach a definitive conclusion on the subject, the chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Thursday. The report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is required under a landmark deal between major powers and Iran, which provides for a lifting of sanctions against the Islamic Republic in exchange for restrictions on its nuclear program. A clear verdict that weapons-related work occurred would have made it difficult for the deal to proceed, but diplomats have said for weeks that they do not expect the report to be clear-cut, which IAEA chief Yukiya Amano confirmed on Thursday.

    Boko Haram militants attacked a village in Niger's southern border area of Diffa on Thursday, killing 15 people, two security sources said. The guerrillas arrived in the village of Gogone on foot and opened fire indiscriminately on residents, the sources said, adding that Niger troops had pursued them. Niger's Diffa region has suffered dozens of cross-border strikes this year by the Islamist militant group whose stronghold in northeast Nigeria lies just a few kilometres away.

    Pope Francis waves to the faithful as he arrives for a Papal mass in Kenya's capital NairobiBy Edmund Blair NAIROBI (Reuters) - In actions and words on his first tour of the world's poorest continent, Pope Francis has sent a message to African leaders that they could do with less pomp and a bit more humility. In a region where presidents speed past slums in cavalcades of luxury vehicles and the public complain about corruption in high office, the pope was cheered as he drove in a small Honda and told national leaders to act with integrity. Kenya's prolific Twitter users were quick to notice the contrast.

    Pope Francis waves as he arrives to attend a meeting with clergy at St Mary's School in Kenya's capital NairobiBy Philip Pullella and George Obulutsa NAIROBI (Reuters) - World leaders must reach a historic agreement to fight climate change and poverty at coming Paris, facing the stark choice to either "improve or destroy the environment", Pope Francis said in Africa on Thursday. Francis chose his first visit to the world's poorest continent to issue a clarion call for the success of the two-week summit, known as COP21, that starts on Monday in a French capital still reeling from Nov. 13 attacks by Islamic State militants that killed 130 people. In a long address in Spanish at the United Nations regional office, Francis said it would be "catastrophic" if particular interests prevailed over the common good of people and the planet or if the conference were manipulated by business interests.

    NIAMEY, Niger (AP) — Witnesses say suspected militants from the Boko Haram extremist group have killed 16 people in a Niger village not far from the border with Nigeria.

    Deputy Kenyan President Ruto addresses the media at a news conference in the HagueBy Thomas Escritt BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Kenya said on Thursday it was ready to quit the International Criminal Court if it did not get assurances about the handling of the trial of its vice president, hardening a rift between African powers and the tribunal. Vice President William Ruto is facing charges of crimes against humanity including murder, deportation and persecution linked to an outburst of ethnic killings after the 2007 presidential election. Two senior Kenyan government lawyers told Reuters that Nairobi wanted promises that a new rule allowing the court to use testimony from witnesses who had since decided to withdraw could not be applied retrospectively to cases like Ruto's. “Withdrawal (from the global court) is one of the options available to us if we can’t secure what we have asked for,” one of the legal adviser said.

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — State troopers suing North Carolina for millions of dollars in back pay say the state's broken promises have forced them into tough spots: working second jobs, moving in with parents, even going on food stamps.

    FILE - In this file photo taken on Monday, Nov. 16, 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pose for the media before their talks during the G-20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey. Putin ordered the deployment of long-range air defense missiles to a Russian military base in Syria and Russia‘s military said it would destroy any target that may threaten its warplanes following the downing of a Russian military jet by Turkey. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, file)MOSCOW (AP) — Russia plans to retaliate against Turkey for the downing of a warplane by imposing sanctions, cutting economic ties and scrapping major investment projects.

    FILE - In this Feb. 24, 2013 file photo, singer Adele arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles. Adele's new album "25" has sold more than 2.3 million copies in the United States during its first three days on the market, a stunning number for a music industry that has seen sales steadily fall in the digital era. (Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP, File)LONDON (AP) — Adele has announced her first tour since 2011, with a string of European dates in support of her record-breaking new album, "25."

    Pope Francis arrives on his popemobile to celebrate a Mass on the campus of the University of Nairobi, Kenya, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Pope Francis told Christian and Muslim leaders in Kenya on Thursday that they have little choice but to engage in dialogue to guard against the "barbarous" Islamic extremist attacks that have struck Kenya. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Pope Francis warned Thursday that it would be "catastrophic" for world leaders to let special interest groups get in the way of a global agreement to curb fossil fuel emissions as he brought his environmental message to the heart of Africa on the eve of make-or-break climate change talks in Paris.

    A plainclothes police officer walks beside the bus that exploded Tuesday in Tunis, Wednesday Nov.25, 2015. Tunisia's Interior Ministry says 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of military explosives were used in an attack on a bus carrying presidential guards that left at least 13 people dead. (AP Photo)TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisian authorities have identified a suicide bomber who targeted presidential guards in a deadly attack, saying he was a 27-year-old local street vendor.

    A U.S. decision to impose sanctions on four current and former Burundi government officials is scandalous and part of a campaign to vilify the African country, a Burundian presidential aide said on Thursday. The White House said on Monday it would impose sanctions on the four, including the minister of public security and the leader of a failed coup, because of violence in Burundi, now mired in its worst crisis since a civil war ended in 2005. "Putting the coup plotters and those who stopped it in the same box is scandalous and shocking," presidential media adviser Willy Nyamitwe told reporters.Italian police seized almost 800 shotguns bound for Belgium from Turkey from a truck that arrived in the northeastern port of Trieste, a statement said on Thursday. The finance police, who are often in charge of port security, said that while customs rules had not been violated, the Turkish truck driver did not have the licenses needed to transport the 781 Winchester SXP shotguns. Pump-action Winchester SXP rifles are made for hunting and are not considered assault weapons, but police said they had "substantially" increased their border inspections in the wake of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks and subsequent alert in Belgium.

    Pope Francis waves to the crowd as he arrives to hold a Mass at the campus of the University of Nairobi, Kenya Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Francis met with a small group of Kenya's faith leaders before celebrating his first public Mass on the continent, a joyful, rain-soaked celebration attended by tens of thousands of faithful, including Kenya's president. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) —

    In this Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, photo, Phil Cruver, CEO of Catalina Sea Ranch, poses for a picture aboard the Captain Jack in San Pedro, Calif. Some 90 percent of seafood consumed by Americans is imported, a fact that the Obama administration vowed to start turning around by expanding fish and shellfish farms into federal waters. Yet nearly two years since the first permit was issued, the United States still has no offshore farms. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)SAN DIEGO (AP) — Some 90 percent of seafood consumed by Americans is imported — a fact that the Obama administration vowed to start turning around by expanding fish and shellfish farms into federal waters.

    Pensioners take part in an anti-austerity protest in Athens, on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. About 2,000 people demonstrated as bailout-reliant Greece is planning to drastically overhaul its troubled pension system, among other reforms demanded by international creditors. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)ATHENS, Greece (AP) — More than 2,000 pensioners chanting "We can't live on 300 euros" marched through central Athens Thursday to protest plans by the country's left-wing government to overhaul the pension system.

    A migrant tries to escape from Macedonian police officers as he tries to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek village of IdomeniHundreds of Moroccans, Algerians and Pakistanis tried to storm the Greek-Macedonian border on Thursday, tearing down part of the barbed wire at the crossing and demanding to continue their journey to northern Europe. Some protesters threw stones at police while others fell to their knees shouting "We want to go to Germany." A few ran across into Macedonia but were quickly detained by police.

    Pakistani migrants demonstrate behind a fence as they demand to be allowed to pass the Greek-Macedonian border, near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Migrants stranded at the border have been protesting for days, as several of them have started a hunger strike, after Macedonia and other Balkan countries toughen criteria for migrants and asylum seekers hoping to travel across the region to northern Europe. (AP Photo/Giannis Papanikos)THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The latest on the mass movement of asylum-seekers and others seeking refuge in Europe. All times local:

    Residents said on Thursday that Russian warplanes bombed a rebel-held Syrian town along the Turkish border a day after hitting a truck depot near a crossing between the two countries. One resident said the air strikes hit a busy main square in the town of Saraqeb in Idlib province, where hundreds of vehicles brought in through the nearby Bab al Hawa border crossing were being sold. Jets, believed to be Russian, hit a depot for trucks waiting to go through a major rebel-controlled border crossing, Bab al-Salam, on Wednesday, the head of the crossing said.

    Russian protesters hold a placard and shout slogans in front of the Turkish embassy in Moscow on November 25, 2015Russia on Thursday pledged broad retaliatory measures against Turkey's economy in revenge for the downing of its warplane, as recriminations between Moscow and Ankara reached fever pitch. While Moscow conspicuously ruled out any military retaliation against NATO member Turkey, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said he had given ministers two days to work out "a system of response measures" in the economic and humanitarian spheres. Measures could also target the transport and tourism sector after Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier backed a warning to citizens not to travel to Turkey, where nearly 3.3 million Russians went on holiday last year.

    HELSINKI (AP) — Consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen says it's in talks over a potential takeover bid, sending its shares surging more than 30 percent.

    Belgian firefighters and an expert investigate outside the Grand Mosque in BrusselsFirecrews and decontamination teams attended a major mosque in Brussels close to the European Union headquarters on Thursday to investigate a suspect powder that police later said turned out to be flour. Reuters journalists saw about a dozen emergency vehicles, including police, outside the Islamic and Cultural Centre of Belgium, a large Saudi-established institution including a mosque situated 200 meters from the European Commission. A police spokesman later said the substance was flour.

    Belgian police officer stands guard outside school in central BrusselsBelgian federal police searched a house in a small town south of Brussels on Thursday in what prosecutors told local media was part of investigations into the Islamic State attacks in Paris, adding that no one was detained. The mayor of Sambreville, Jean-Charles Luperto, also told local media after the operation was over that police had been looking for material evidence rather than suspects. Police are hunting a Brussels man suspected of taking part in the Paris violence, and possible accomplices.

    FILE - In this Nov.13, 2015 file photo, a photographer pictures the logo at the IAAF (International Amateur Athletic Federation) headquarters in Monaco. A step-by-step anti-doping roadmap that Russia will have to follow to be allowed back into international competition is to be discussed Thursday by track and field's governing body. The meeting in Monaco of the IAAF council could throw up difficult questions for its president, Sebastian Coe. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)MONACO (AP) — Russia vowed Thursday to work "very actively" with track and field's governing body to eradicate the doping culture that led to its blanket ban from international competition, possibly including next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

    FILE - This Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 frame grab from video by Haberturk TV, shows a Russian warplane on fire before crashing on a hill as seen from Hatay province, Turkey. The Russian plane shot down by Turkey on Tuesday was operating over the Turkmen Mountain region in Syria's Latakia province, and one of the Russian pilots was captured by a rebel group that includes local Turkmen fighters. The Turkmen in Syria were among the first to take up arms against Syrian government forces, as Turkey lent its support to rebels seeking to topple President Bashar Assad. They have looked to Turkey for support and protection. (Haberturk TV via AP) TURKEY OUTTurkey has released audio recordings of what it says are the Turkish military’s repeated warnings to the pilot of the Russian plane before it was shot down at the border with Syria _ audio that grows increasingly more agitated.

    France's President Francois Hollande, right, shakes hand with Italian Premier Matteo Renzi following their joint press conference held at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Renzi's visit to Paris is part of president Hollande's diplomatic offensive to get the international community to bolster the campaign against the Islamic State militants. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)French President Francois Hollande was traveling to Moscow on Thursday to push for a stronger coalition against Islamic State militants in Syria, trying to unite France, the United States and Russia in the aftermath of the Paris attacks that killed 130 people and jolted the West.

    Palestinian security officers carry the body of 16-year-old Ibrahim Dawood during his funeral in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Ibrahim died of his wounds sustained during clashes with Israeli soldiers two weeks ago near Beit El settlement, on the northern entrance of Ramallah, in a statement for the Palestinian ministry of health. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi)JERUSALEM (AP) — Two Palestinians were shot and killed in separate clashes with Israeli security forces in the West Bank on Thursday as Israel announced plans to strengthen a fence near the flashpoint city of Hebron in an effort to contain a two-month spate of violence.

    Relatives of Palestinian Yehia Taha, who medics said was killed by Israeli troops during clashes, mourn during his funeral in the West Bank village of QatnnaBy Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Military commanders and the Netanyahu government sparred over the right strategy to end two months of stabbings and shootings on Thursday as Israeli troops killed two Palestinians involved in violence in the occupied West Bank. The attacks, many of them carried out spontaneously by young Palestinians, have killed 19 Israelis and an American since Oct. 1. Israeli forces have killed 90 Palestinians, some while carrying out assaults and others in clashes with police and troops.

    FILE - In this file photo taken Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 a darted rhino is blind-folded before being grounded for skin and blood samples to be taken, and microchipped, near Skukuza, South Africa, before being transported by truck to an area hopefully safe from poachers in a bid to cut down on the numbers killed by poachers. A South African Judge on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, struck down a government ban on the domestic trade in rhino horns, alarming some conservationists who say the decision could intensify the slaughter of the threatened species. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell, File)JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African court on Thursday opened the way to allowing local trade in rhino horns, alarming some conservationists who warned the ruling leaves rhinos even more vulnerable to poachers who are slaughtering them in record numbers.

    Floats gather on Central Park West prior to start of the 89th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in the Manhattan borough of New YorkBy Kylie Gumpert NEW YORK (Reuters) - Onlookers crowded Manhattan sidewalks and rooftops on Thursday to glimpse the marching bands, floats and massive balloons of Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, held under tight security two weeks after deadly attacks in Paris. New York officials said about 3.5 million spectators would turn out for the city's signature parade, in its 89th year. Jacqueline Williams, 52, of Atlanta, said the Nov. 13 Paris attacks in which 130 died were in the back of her mind as she attended the parade for the first time.

    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Prince Harry has named the buildings of a new children's center in Lesotho after the two most important women in his life — his mother and his nanny.DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Gambia's president advocated banning female genital mutilation, giving hope to human rights activists who are urging Gambia to adopt a law against the practice.

    Joseph Kabila Kabange, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New YorkDemocratic Republic of Congo's powerful Catholic church called on citizens on Thursday to defy any attempt by President Joseph Kabila to hold on to power beyond the end of his term next year. More than 40 percent of Congo identifies itself as Catholic. The church has been outspoken on the subject of Kabila's future, notably condemning the government's crackdown on anti-government protests in January that left about 40 people dead.

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's state-run news agency says a prosecutor has demanded that the editor-in-chief of an opposition newspaper be jailed on charges of terror propaganda and for revealing state secrets along with the paper's Ankara representative.

    A woman walks out of the Russian Olympic Committee headquarters building in MoscowBy Mitch Phillips MONACO (Reuters) - The Russian athletics federation has accepted its ban from the sport in the wake of widespread doping revelations, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said on Thursday. The IAAF Council is meeting in Monaco on Thursday, with the crisis surrounding doping and connected corruption the number one item on the agenda. "IAAF Council was today informed that written confirmation had been received yesterday from ARAF (All Russia Athletics Federation) accepting their full suspension without requesting a hearing as was their constitutional right," the IAAF said in a statement.

    Canada's Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin poses for photographers after she was denied entry to mainland China, at Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Miss World Canada was barred from entering China on Thursday to take part in this year's pageant in the southern island province of Hainan, a friend of the outspoken Chinese-Canadian contestant said. Lin was prevented from boarding her connecting flight in Hong Kong, Caylan Ford said in an email. She said authorities gave no reason. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)HONG KONG (AP) — Canada's outspoken Miss World contestant said she was barred Thursday from entering China to take part in this year's pageant and accused Beijing of overreach in extending its campaign of censorship even to beauty contests.

    ANKARA (Reuters) - Russia should apologize for violating Turkey's airspace, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was quoted as saying on Thursday, days after a Russian jet was shot down near the Syria border. "Those who violated our airspace are the ones who need to apologize," Erdogan was quoted as saying on the CNN website. "Our pilots and our armed forces, they simply fulfilled their duties, which consisted of responding to ... violations of the rules of engagement. I think this is the essence." (Reporting by Ece Toksabay, writing by Jonny Hogg; Editing by David Dolan)

    In this image taken from the Parliamentary Recording Unit via AP Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron addresses lawmakers in the House of Commons, London, making his case for airstrikes as part of a "comprehensive overall strategy" to destroy IS and end the Syrian war, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Cameron is trying to persuade lawmakers to back action, arguing that the Paris attacks have given new urgency to the fight against IS. The Royal Air Force is part of a U.S.-led coalition attacking the militants in Iraq, but not in Syria. ((AP Photo/Parliamentary Recording Unit, via AP video) TV OUT NO ARCHIVELONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister David Cameron tried to persuade reluctant lawmakers to back airstrikes on the Islamic State group in Syria, saying Thursday that the Paris attacks have given the fight new urgency and Britain owes it to key allies to act.

    Japan has aggressively promoted use of its energy efficient technologies and infrastructure, such as train systems and power generation stations, to developing nationsJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday pledged to give $10.6 billion more to developing nations in 2020 to help them implement policies against global warming, ahead of the UN climate talks in Paris next week. The decision to offer 1.3-trillion yen ($10.6 billion) came after Japan gave a roughly combined 2.0 trillion yen for the same purpose in 2013 and 2014. Japanese officials said the money will go toward a 2009 pledge among developed countries to commit $100 billion by 2020 to address the needs of developing nations -- agreed at the COP15 climate meeting in Copenhagen.

    A man in a white hazmat suit enters a van at the Grand Mosque of Brussels on Thursday, Nov 26, 2015. Emergency personnel responded at the mosque after a suspicious package was found. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)PARIS (AP) — The latest on the attacks in Paris and security alert in Brussels. All times local: