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French police seal off town as they close in on newspaper killing suspects
DAMMARTIN-EN-GOELE, France (Reuters) - French anti-terrorist police surrounded a small northern town and helicopters hovered overhead after at least one person was taken hostage in a print works by two men believed to have carried out an attack on a Paris satirical journal..
Danish newspaper says won't print Prophet cartoons
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, which angered Muslims by publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad 10 years ago, will not republish Charlie Hebdo's cartoons due to security concerns, the only major Danish newspaper not to do so..
European shares, dollar dip ahead of payrolls
LONDON (Reuters) - More weak data from Europe ensured shares worldwide were set to end their first full week of 2015 in the red on Friday, while both the dollar and oil prices dipped as investors waited for monthly U.S. jobs data..
Bill Cosby heckled during second Canadian show: Canadian Press
TORONTO (Reuters) - Comedian Bill Cosby, the subject of more than a dozen sex abuse allegations over the past three months, was heckled during a show on his Canadian tour on Thursday, with one audience member calling him a "rapist", the Canadian Press reported..
Former Chargers linebacker Seau among HOF finalists
(Reuters) - Late NFL great Junior Seau was among 18 finalists announced for the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Thursday. Seau, who spent the majority of his career as a ferocious linebacker with the San Diego Chargers, committed suicide in 2012, three years after his retirement..
Facebook buys video startup QuickFire
(Reuters) - Social network operator Facebook Inc said it bought QuickFire Networks, a startup that helps view high-quality video with low bandwidth..
Bosnia leads global search for missing with expertise on bones
TUZLA, Bosnia (Reuters) - Bosnia was still digging up the bones of its own when those of others began arriving in boxes from the tsunami-struck shores of Southeast Asia a decade ago..
Zimbabwe's own-label dollar coins face consumer resistance
HARARE (Reuters) - Nobody wanted the Zimbabwe dollar, so the southern African country dumped it for the U.S. dollar in 2009 to stave off economic collapse and sky-rocketing hyperinflation..
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