Prince George and Princess Charlotte Had Something Sweet for Christmas

The service was held at St Mark's Church in the village of Englefield. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge , Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge attend church on Christmas Day on December 25in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

Super Typhoon Nock-Ten over the Philippines on December 25, 2016

Albay evacuated at least 29,682 families or 138,920 persons from all villages prone to flooding, landslide, mud or lahar flow and storm surges. According to the weather reports, Nina, as they call Nock-ten in the country, intensified, now with sustained winds of up to 185 kilometers per hour near its center.

Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning, missile destroyers in East China Sea, says Japan

A navy formation including the Liaoning headed for the training Saturday as part of an annual training program, according to Chinese state media. The Liaoning has conducted drills in the Yellow Sea in recent days, with J-15 fighter jets practicing take off and landing, air refueling and combat drills.

Three Broncos sidelined for key game...AP out against Packers

They would settle for a Stephen Gostkowski 29-yard field goal to go up 3-0 early. "Last year, whatever we thought of how good of a position we were in. "It's a great challenge", Petty said. I was excited to get out there. "I just want him to see the big picture". Forte has a torn meniscus in his right knee, which he played through last week.

Cleveland Browns Win First Game of the Season

In his third game back from injury, Robert Griffin III completed 17-of-25 throws for 164 yards and ran for another 42 before suffering a concussion in the fourth quarter. He injured his neck, and the team ruled him out for the remainder of the team's game against the San Diego Chargers. Meanwhile, the Chargers were held to just 35 yards rushing with Melvin Gordon out for a second straight game.

Putin postpones annual press conference for slain Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov's funeral

Dmitry Peskov told reporters that Karlov's killing "benefits those who want to drive a wedge between Russian Federation and Turkey" and aimed at derailing "the normalisation of the talks that allow to spur and join (our) efforts for Syrian political settlement".

Germany arrests 2 men suspected of plotting mall terror attack

The pair, from Kosovo, are believed to have been planning an attack in the busy shopping district of Oberhausen , northwest Germany. 'At the present time, it is determined at high pressure how far preparations have been made and whether other persons are involved'.

Berlin Christmas Market Attack Suspect Killed in Shootout With Italian Police

However a conservative lawmaker at the same news conference, Stephan Meyer, said the suspect was in fact from Tunisia and being watched by police. Enquist said she was shocked to learn of an apparently deliberate attack on the Christmas market, a place popular with tourists and families.

Chinese Navy returns seized underwater drone to U.S.

If anything, the latest incident seems likely to put the US on higher alert for Chinese activity in the sea. She gave no further details. China today returned an underwater drone to the USA, five days after it was seized from the disputed South China Sea waters leading to a major spat between President-elect Donald Trump and the Communist giant.

Fireworks explosion in Mexico injures at least 60

The cause of the explosion remains unclear and the area remained unsafe. It was previously announced that as many as 70 people were injured in the massive blast. And in 2006, another fire destroyed hundreds of stands at the same market. An explosion has ripped through Mexico's best-known fireworks market on the northern outskirts of the capital.

Erdogan blames Kurdish militants after auto bomb kills 13 soldiers

The explosion in the central city of Kayseri is believed to have been caused by a vehicle bomb. Militants from the PKK have waged a three-decade insurgency at has seen some of the worst fighting in the a year ago in n the country's troubled southeastern border region.

Duterte won't drop terms for rights probe by United Nations rapporteur

Callamard said Duterte's conditions for their meeting violate the U.N.'s code of conduct and terms of reference for country visits and proposed a private briefing followed by a joint press conference where the president would be able to challenge her findings.

Flight mayhem: BA cabin crews are now striking over Christmas

Airport staff voted by 62.5% to reject a 4.65% three-year pay deal for 2015-2017. Unite called for talks with the conciliation service Acas to resolve the dispute. The changes include freezing overtime payments for the foreseeable future and restructuring pay. Their union, the PPU, said 88% of its members had voted in favour on a turnout of 80%.

Snow to hit Britain THIS WEEKEND amid bitter Arctic plunge

Thanks to a developing low pressure system off to our west, it will tap into some bitterly cold arctic air to our north. Temperatures this weekend will be near 0 degrees for the low, with wind chill values almost 20 below zero. Below-zero wind chills are likely in the region Thursday through Friday morning. Along with the brutal cold, areas of black ice thanks to a flash freeze last night remain giving way to slippery early morning travel in spots.

Facebook Continues Video Push

However, everyone who wants it in the US should have it in the next few days. Mr Lahiri and Mr Gupta explained the full National Geographic Live 360 video that what will it show and also about the seven space scientists emerge from their pods after 80 days.

South Korea slams North Korea's military drills as 'childish act'

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un observed a special warfare unit's drill to destroy specific targets in South Korea, the North's Korean Central News Agency reported Sunday. Three representatives to the Six-Party Talks on the DRPK nuclear program have met this morning in Seoul . There are growing concerns of fresh provocations by Pyongyang following Friday´s impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-Hye which has left the country without a recognised leader.

Three ISIS Leaders Killed in Airstrike

Three ISIS leaders were killed in a coalition airstrike carried out earlier this month, according to the Pentagon. The three were plotting attacks against Western targets at the time of the strike, it said. Gourmat plotted external attacks in the Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. A US airstrike in Syria has taken out ISIS leaders. "He was involved in financial facilitation of the Paris attacks in 2015", Davis said.

More anti-Trump rumblings aimed at Electoral College

As Lessig sees it, the "winner take all" electoral vote policies of all the states except for ME and Nebraska is not permitted under the Constitution and violates the rights of urban voters. The thought that the Electoral College could have handed Trump the presidency despite Clinton's decisive win in the popular vote struck many people as morally and politically reprehensible.

Garth Brooks in Talks to Play Donald Trump's Inauguration

Both said that Trump inaugural committee members have contacted them in recent days offering cash or even a government appointment if they could deliver marquee names. And while there's always the possibility of snagging Kid Rock, Ted Nugent , Azealia Banks, Clint Eastwood's empty chair, Mike Tyson, Scott Baio and Sabato, Jr., Team Trump says that it would prefer to book acts that have name recognition among people born in the 21st century.

Sports Minister Dalung Assures Falcons On Entitlements

It is absolutely disputable to hear that a team that did the nation so proud is being treated like slaves. Some players came home with injuries and are in dire need of money to treat their injuries. He commended the team for their understanding, stressing that the Federation was not happy owing the players and officials. The organization urged the Working Group to "request the authorities to immediately pay each player of the Super Falcons of Nigeria the sum of $30,000 Dollars for ...

Victims' relatives in Brazil say soccer-team crash avoidable

Investigators are examining pilot error and air traffic control problems as possible factors in Monday night's crash. CRASH: In the final minutes of the LaMia flight, the pilot of the jet can be heard repeatedly requesting permission to land due to a lack of fuel and a "total electric failure", according to a leaked recording.

Judges to deliver verdicts in Wilders hate speech trial

Prosecutors are seeking a €5,000 (RM23,444) fine for the firebrand politician, who faces charges of insulting a racial group and inciting racial hatred after comments he made about Moroccans living in the Netherlands. Even before the hearing, Wilders had vowed not to be silenced. "Three PVV-hating judges just declared Moroccans a race and convicted me, as well as half of the Dutch population", Wilders tweeted shortly after the verdict.

Clinton takes second place to Trump - again

We are not a pure democracy. In the words of Alexander Hamilton, key creator of the Electoral College, if the system "be not ideal, it is at least excellent". "Some Republican electors' support for Mr. Trump may be wavering", he said late Tuesday by email. Some used the personal touch- with handwritten letters to Avallone.

Trumps taps retired Marine general John Kelly for DHS

The president-elect is also reportedly considering retired Gen. Separately, Trump named the former chief executive of World Wrestling Entertainment, Linda McMahon, to head the Small Business Administration - and may have breathed new life into the candidacy of a secretary of state contender.

Renzi told to stay put a bit more; foes press for vote

Britain will "work closely" with the new administration in Italy which emerges after the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in the wake of his referendum defeat, Downing Street has said . Financial markets reacted immediately to the referendum result, as the euro fell sharply in value against the dollar. The Italian premier called a public vote on whether to reform the political system in his country, giving the prime minister more power and strengthen central government.

Father jailed for life after leaving son to die in hot auto

The malice murder conviction means they believed Harris left the young boy to die on objective. In addition to the life term, Cobb County Superior Court Judge Mary Staley Clark from Miami gave Harris a 20-year sentence on a conviction for first-degree cruelty to children and another 10 years for sexual exploitation of children.

Parents disarmed their son who brought guns to Utah school

The incident started just before 8:15 Mueller Park Junior High School at 955 E. 1800 South in Bountiful, police said. The teenager was booked into juvenile detention on suspicion of two felony counts of firearm theft and two misdemeanor counts of taking a weapon inside a school.

Devastated city buries president of Chapecoense soccer club

Roger Pinto Molina, the father-in-law of the plane's pilot Miguel Quiroga, who also part owned the plane, apologised to the Brazilian people on Friday. "No one would boo", said Osmar Machado, father of dead defender Felipe. The only other of his compatriots to survive was fellow flight attendant Ximena Suarez, who remains in hospital in a stable condition.

Monsef's dismissive response to committee report dims hope for electoral reform

Liberals on the committee dissented, and urged Trudeau to abandon his promise to have a new system in place for the next election in October 2019. In a supplementary report, the Liberals on the committee said they don't believe Canadians are engaged enough, and committee recommendations are "rushed", "too radical" and "racing toward a predetermined deadline" - a deadline the government itself had set.

Russia warns Japan not to expect quick progress on islands

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on November 30 that he wants stronger cooperation between his country's Liberal Democratic Party and the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV). Russian Federation prompted protests from Japan last month by deploying coastal missile systems to boost its military presence on the islands. The disputed islands are called the Northern Territories in Japan and the Southern Kurils in Russian Federation.