31 December 2016

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Baghdad blasts kill at least 28 (59)
Follow @ZeeNews Baghdad: A pair of bomb blasts targeting a market in central Baghdad today killed at least 28 people and wounded at least 54, according to police and medical officials. The attacks took place early this morning in al-Sinak, a busy market selling car accessories, food and clothes as well as agricultural seeds and machinery. Details were sketchy in the immediate aftermath.
'Russian hackers' penetrate US power grid with 'outdated Ukrainian malware' (44)
© Brian Snyder / Reuters A Vermont utility sounded the alarm after finding malware code on a laptop that the FBI and DHS had touted as associated with Russian hackers. However, cybersecurity specialists say the code came from an outdated Ukrainian hacking tool. On Thursday, the FBI and DHS released a joint report on a hacking operation they called ‘Grizzly Steppe'.
Pope urges action on youth unemployment in in year-end message (16)
'We have condemned our young people to have no place in society' Pope Francis. Photo: Reuters/Alessandro Bianchi Pope Francis in his year-end message urged leaders to do more to tackle youth unemployment, saying a generation was being lost to desperation, migration and joblessness. At his last public event of 2016, an evening vespers service in St.
South Koreans demand president's removal on New Year's Eve (27)
Follow @ZeeNews Seoul: Even on New Year's Eve, large crowds of South Koreans were expected to join another rally demanding the ouster of impeached President Park Geun- hye, who's determined to restore her powers through a court trial. Hundreds of thousands were expected to participate in the evening marches near Seoul's presidential palace and the Constitutional Court.
Gone in 48 seconds! (23)
by AP Las Vegas - Ronda Rousey was stopped 48 seconds into her comeback fight Friday night, losing to bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 on Friday night. Rousey (12-2) returned from a 13-month absence and never managed to get her footing against Nunes (14-4), who rocked Rousey with her very first punches. Rousey staggered and stumbled backward while Nunes relentlessly pursued her and landed multiple shots.
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