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The World in 2:00 – November 25, 2015

The World in 2:00

The U.N. warns that political crisis in Burundi is dragging the country toward civil war.

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DHS Releases Video On Refugee Vetting Process

Refugees wait for food deliveries at Syria's Yarmouk camp. February 26,2014. UN Photo/UNRWA.

“We can continue to ensure our own security, while doing our share to welcome refugees fleeing violence,” Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said.

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Pentagon: Russian Jet Was Flying Over Anti-Assad Rebel Area

Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said that U.S. forces heard the Turks give ten warnings to the two Russian pilots to leave the airspace.

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Tunisia Declares State Of Emergency After Bus Blast Kills Presidential Guards

Tunisian President has declared a month-long state of emergency after the bus explosion carrying presidential guards killed 12 and injuring at least 17. Sources say the attack may have been linked the Islamic State group (ISIS).

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US-Led Coalition Against IS to ‘Continue as Planned’ After Turkish Border Dispute With Russia

A spokesman for the US-led military campaign against IS confirmed Turkish claims that the downed Russian warplane was given ten warnings over a period of five minutes.

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The World in 2:00 – November 24, 2015

The World in 2:00

Russia threatens to cut off coal and gas shipments to Ukraine, and a bomb blast kills at least 11 members of Tunisia’s presidential guard.

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Poll: Cruz Closing Gap With Trump In Iowa

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) following the 2015 State of the Union Photo/James Cullum

Cruz has come within the margin of error of Donald Trump’s consistent lead in the Republican primaries.

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Five People Shot During Black Lives Matter Protest

Police are currently looking for three white male suspects who allegedly shot and injured five people during a Black Lives Matter protest on Monday evening in Minneapolis.

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“Clock Boy” Seeks $15 Million And An Apology

The lawyer of Ahmed Mohamed sent a letter of demands on Monday to the mayor and police chief of Irving, Texas.

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John Kerry Outlines Vetting Procedures in Letter to Governors

Kerry and the Secretary for Homeland Security attempted to calm the nerves of some governors, assuring them that the ‘multi-agency system’ for vetting refugees is strong.

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Friday, November 27

● 24 more American terrorists added to list

● Tips for year-end charity giving

● Fortune’s path isn’t paved with licked envelopes

● Who watches the watchdog?

● Manatees no match for lobbyists and politicians

● FOIA suit seeks expense records for Obama protection