BBC News - World 2 December 2017

Trump-Russia: Flynn's dealings were 'lawful'

President Trump says ex-aide Michael Flynn's dealings with Russia after the 2016 election were lawful.

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Yemen ex-President Saleh offers talks to Saudi-led coalition

Ali Abdullah Saleh says he may "turn the page" if coalition forces lift a blockade and stop attacks.

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Egyptian lawyer jailed for saying women in ripped jeans should be raped

Nabih al-Wahsh said it was a "national duty" to rape and harass women who wear ripped jeans.

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Tax bill: Trump victory as Senate backs tax overhaul

US senators pass a bill that would mark the most sweeping tax cuts since the 1980s.

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Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa replaces ministers after outcry

The changes come two days after critics accused him of rewarding the military for its role in his rise.

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Israel targets Syrian military base - Syrian state TV

Syria says Israel attacked an army position outside Damascus and two missiles were destroyed.

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Australian MP Joyce wins seat back after dual citizenship row

Australian ex-deputy PM Barnaby Joyce wins a by-election a month after he was forced to resign.

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Triple talaq: India considers jail for 'instant divorce'

The Indian government is proposing a three-year jail sentence for men who use "triple talaq".

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UAE 'deports' Egypt presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq

Ahmed Shafiq, who was living in the UAE, declared his intention to run in Egypt's 2018 election days ago.

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Alternative for Germany: Police and protesters clash over meeting

Police use water cannon and batons against protesters blocking Alternative for Germany delegates.

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ICYMI: Hanks thanks for Polish Fiat

What do you get a guy who has everything? Just ask the people of a town in Poland.

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Hawaii tests nuclear warning siren

The US state of Hawaii has tested its nuclear warning siren for the first time since the end of the Cold War.

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