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•  Terrorism Response Puts Belgium in a Harsh Light
As Brussels remains locked down for a fourth day, the failure to stop two brothers flagged as extremists before the Paris carnage has highlighted Belgium?s perennial dysfunctions.
•  Two Paris Attackers Planned Another Assault, Prosecutor Says
Two men who died in a police raid last week appear to have been planning an assault in La Dfense, a business district west of Paris, the city?s prosecutor said.
•  Meeting With Franois Hollande, Obama Urges Europe to Escalate ISIS Fight
The president offered his visiting French counterpart words of solidarity on Tuesday but made it clear that he wanted Europe to increase its efforts to combat the terrorist group.
•  The Latest: US Condemns Tunisia Attack, Offers Its Help
The latest on an explosion that targeted a bus carrying Tunisian presidential guards in the capital, Tunis. All times local.
•  A More Conservative Catholic Church Awaits Pope Francis in Africa
As Francis begins his first-ever trip to Africa, he will face a powerful and assertive Roman Catholic Church that is wary of his message of tolerance.

BBC News: Politics
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•  Tax credit cuts scrapped - Osborne
George Osborne scraps planned cuts to tax credits and vows to protect police funding in his Spending Review.
•  At-a-glance: Spending Review key points
An at-a-glance summary of the main points of the 2015 Autumn Statement and Comprehensive Spending Review.
•  Will spectacular U-turn harm Osborne?
The chancellor has executed a spectacular U-turn on tax credits but will it damage his reputation within his own party as well as the public?
•  Public finances better off by 27bn
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) predicts a 27bn improvement in the public finances over the current parliament.
•  New apprenticeships levy to raise 3bn
A new apprenticeship levy of 0.5% on company payrolls will raise 3bn a year and fund three million apprenticeships, the chancellor announces. Headlines
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•  Northwestern MutualVoice: Do Terror Attacks Affect Your Investments?
•  These Are The Assets China's Economic Slowdown Will Hurt The Most
•  Top 10 Global Fast-Food Chains
•  'Dead or Alive Xtreme 3' Publisher Should Be Brave Enough To Stand Behind Its Own Game
•  Increased LP Co-Investing Activity Threatens PE Firms' Bottom Line

BBC News: technology
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•  Apple buys Star Wars animation company
•  Dell faces fresh security questions
•  Nest Cam camera is 'always on'

ARTS: NYTimes News
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•  ArtsBeat: A Mixed Week for Plays at Broadway Box Office
•  ?Orpheus and Apollo,? Dismantled, May Be Gone for Years, Some Fear Permanently
•  Medal of Freedom Awarded to ?a Class Act? Group of 17

SPORTS: NYTimes News
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•  Q. and A.: Holly Holm and the Thrill of the Fight
•  Stedman Bailey of St. Louis Rams Hospitalized After Being Shot
•  Square Feet: Fewer Golfers, but Some Lush Courses Are Coming Back

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