20 December 2014

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Hong Kong leader declares Occupy protest ‘over’ as last site cleared

HONG KONG: – Hong Kong’s leader declared an end to more than 11 weeks of sit-in protests by pro-democracy demonstrators after police cleared the last remaining camp and arrested a handful of peaceful protesters Monday.A committed core of around a dozen demonstrators had staged a sit-in at the centre of the last site in the busy shopping district of Causeway Bay as police cut away barricades and tore down banners and shelters.Seventeen people, from students to the elderly, were arrested

Sweden called Russian ambassador over near miss by Russian plane

STOCKHOLM  Sweden and Denmark summoned Russia s ambassadors Monday in protest over a near miss between a Russian surveillance plane and a commercial aircraft, a further sign of rising military tensions in the Baltic.The incident took place Friday south of the Swedish city of Malmoe, shortly after the passenger plane -- operated on behalf of SAS -- departed from Copenhagen International Airport bound for Poland, the Swedish defence forces said.Sweden -- which unlike

Hostages held inside Sydney cafe

Hostages held inside Sydney cafeSYDNEY: Hostages were being held inside a cafe in central Sydney Monday with a flag displayed against a window, according to witnesses and reports, while police said they were also responding to an "incident" at the nearby Opera House.Martin Place in the central business district was shut down as scores of armed police surrounded the Lindt chocolate cafe, with TV pictures showing a flag -- black with white Arabic writing -- held to a window by terrified customers.Reports said as many as 20

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