• Netanyahu congratulates Argentine president-elect Mauricio Macri (Haaretz)
  • Death of man in police custody sparks riots in Egypt (AP)
  • EU official rules out coalition with Russia in Syria as long as it targets Syrian opposition (AP)
  • Ahead of election, five journalists arrested in Niger (Reuters)
  • Fifteen dead in Honduras from two massacres in twelve hours (AP)
  • Iran: Turkey is responsible for heightened tensions in region after downing Russian plane (AP)
  • French PM urges de-escalation of Russia-Turkey tensions after downing of Russian jet (Reuters)
  • French PM: Would be 'very good signal' if Germany went further in fighting ISIS (AP)
  • EU's Mogherini says Moscow agrees to keep up diplomacy on Syria (Reuters)
  • Obama: No specific, credible intel on any specific terror plot in U.S. over Thanksgiving (Reuters)
  • 47 killed during overnight clashes in contested Yemen province (AP)
  • Czechs arrest Turkish national wanted by Interpol for terror links (AP)
  • U.S. sanctions 10 targets for supporting Syria's Assad, helping Assad buy oil from ISIS (Reuters)
  • Approximately 500 demonstrators gather in Haifa to protest violence against women (Haaretz)
  • Brussels soccer team Anderlecht to play behind closed doors due to terror threat (AP)
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