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North Korea may get plutonium from restarted reactor in weeks: U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea, which conducted its fourth nuclear test last month and launched a long-range rocket on Saturday, could begin to recover plutonium from a restarted nuclear reactor within weeks, the director of U.S. National Intelligence said on Tuesday.

Disputes over South China Sea must not involve 'bullying': White House:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will deliver a tough message to China during a summit with Southeast Asian countries next week that disputes in the South China Sea must be resolved peacefully and not with a big nation "bullying" smaller neighbors, the White House said on Tuesday.

Report card on aboriginal Australians paints bleak picture
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday said that the government was failing to meet a number of goals aimed at improving the lot of its embattled aboriginal population as he released its tenth annual report card on indigenous issues.

U.N. to discuss Syria humanitarian situation ahead of Munich talks
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council will discuss the alarming humanitarian situation in Syria and the recent displacement of tens of thousands of people fleeing a Russian-backed assault around Aleppo, New Zealand's U.N. envoy said on Tuesday.

Forensic team finds remains in Mexico dump, but no sign of 43 students
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Argentine forensics experts said on Tuesday they had found the remains of 19 people in a dump in southwestern Mexico where the government claimed 43 missing students were incinerated in 2014, but no sign of the students.

French plan advances to strip passports from those convicted of terrorism
PARIS (Reuters) - President Francois Hollande's plan to strip French citizenship from people convicted of terrorism passed a first hurdle on Tuesday when the lower house of parliament backed controversial proposals introduced after Islamic extremists killed 130 people in Paris last November.

Iraq's troubled finances slow efforts to rebuild Ramadi
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Strain on Iraq's budget from falling oil prices is delaying the removal of Islamic State explosives in Ramadi and the restoration of basic services needed for displaced civilians to return to the western city.

Founding members say European Union is in bad shape

U.S. looks to shore up allies' support to battle Islamic State

Islamic State unlikely to be ejected from Mosul in 2016: U.S. general

U.N. fears for hundreds of thousands if Syria troops encircle Aleppo

Chad president says will reintroduce constitutional term limits

Turkey summons U.S. envoy over comments on Kurdish PYD in Syria

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