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Netanyahu warns of 'diplomatic offensive'...Indonesia death toll rises...Compromise climate deal

By The Associated Press | Posted - Dec. 14, 2014 at 5:42 a.m.



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JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister is warning that pending U.N. Security Council resolutions on the issue of Palestinians could fuel radical Islam in the Middle East. Benjamin Netanyahu heads to Europe tomorrow to meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and urge international leaders to oppose the resolutions which he calls a "diplomatic offensive" against Israel.

BANJARNEGARA, Indonesia (AP) — More bodies have been pulled from the mud and debris of a landslide in central Indonesia. Officials now say at least 32 people died and another 76 are missing. More than 100 houses were buried. About 2,000 rescuers, including soldiers, police and volunteers, are digging through the wreckage. The slide was triggered by torrential rain.

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Climate negotiators have a compromise deal to take to a major conference in Paris next year after a week of talks extended into the weekend. They rejected a rigorous review of the greenhouse gas emissions limits they plan, and later agreed on the wording of a document outlining what information should go into the pledges that countries submit for the expected Paris pact.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Family members of young, unarmed black men killed by police used a shared forum in Washington to urge thousands of supportive marchers to keep up the pressure for changes to the criminal justice system. It was part of a day of demonstrations nationwide, Including San Francisco, Boston and New York City. The protests were generally peaceful but some arrests were made.

AUBURN, Alabama (AP) — Police in Alabama are investigating the shooting death of an Auburn University freshman football player. Authorities say Jakell Mitchell was shot and killed at an apartment complex near the Auburn University campus. AI.com reports that the Auburn Police Department is seeking a suspect. Mitchell was expected to contend for a starting spot next season at H-Back and tight end.

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