01 January 2020

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Fire kills more than 30 animals at zoo in western Germany (49)
The zoo director also said than many of the dead animals were close to extinction in the wild. 1 January 2020 | 17:00 Source: Associated Press Source: Associated Press Date added: 1 January 2020 Last update: 1 January 2020 | 17:00 Firefighters stand in front of the burning monkey house at Krefeld Zoo, in Krefeld, Germnay, Wednesday Jan 1, 2020.
Benjamin Netanyahu asks for immunity from prosecution (20)
Media captionMiddle East correspondent Tom Bateman explains the allegations against Benjamin Netanyahu The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has decided to seek parliamentary immunity from prosecution over corruption charges. The move would likely delay a trial until after fresh elections next March. In November, the prime minister was charged by the attorney general with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three separate cases.
Middle East after Baghdad embassy attack (102)
The United States said on Tuesday it was sending additional troops to the Middle East, after hundreds protesters stormed its embassy compound in Iraq, setting fires and chanting: "Death to America!" Angered by US air raids that killed two dozen militia fighters on Sunday, supporters of the powerful Hashd al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Forces) paramilitary group spilled through checkpoints in the high-security Green
The Pope slapped her hands (22)
01.01.2020 The woman grabbed the Pontiff's hand and pulled it. To snatch your hand, Francis has hit her hand. During a walk in new year's eve of Pope Francis square in the Vatican incident, video of which appeared online. The unknown woman by force grabbed the Pontiff's hand and pulled it. Francis quickly snatched the hand and hit the woman on the arm.
India, Pakistan exchange nuclear installations (18)
NEW DELHI, Jan 1 (KUNA) - India and Pakistan on Wednesday exchanged a list of their nuclear installations continuing an unbroken practice of almost three decades. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement that the exchange of lists of nuclear installations took place simultaneously through diplomatic channels in New Delhi and Islamabad under a bilateral arrangement prohibiting attack on each other's atomic facilities.
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