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1. 12-03 Federal probe into NY chokehold case
C. 12-04 New protests over Eric Garner death New York
3. 12-06 Hostages killed in Yemen rescue bid Shabwa, Yemen
E. 12-09 CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations U.S. Senate
F. 12-11 US House passes $1.1tn budget bill House of Representatives
12-17 US and Cuba seek to normalise ties Washington
H. 12-17 Sony cancels The Interview release Los Angeles
8. 12-20 Gunman kills two New York policemen Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York

Summary.     Click for More > Sony cancels The Interview release  Sony Pictures cancels 25 December release of North Korea film The Interview after cinemas decide not to screen it Castro urges US to lift Cuba embargo Sony 'will not drop' North Korea film The Interview N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe Gunman kills two New York policemen   A gunman has shot dead two police officers sitting inside a patrol car in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighbourhood before killing himself US mulls putting NK on terror list NYC police chief backs mayor US cinemas to screen The Interview Obama hails The Interview screenings St Louis unrest after police killing Sony comedy The Interview opens N Korea berates Obama over film Huge funeral for New York policeman US destroyer to join search for missing AirAsia plane
Federal probe into NY chokehold case   The Justice Dept is to launch a civil rights investigation into the death of a black man who died after being placed in a headlock by a white... New protests over Eric Garner death China surpasses U.S. to become largest world economy Hostages killed in Yemen rescue bid CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations   The CIA carried out 'brutal' interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 attacks on the US, a US Senate report has said Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations' CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics US House passes $1.1tn budget bill US and Cuba seek to normalise ties
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Dec.17   Washington
  US and Cuba are to start talks to normalise diplomatic ties in a historic shift in relations between the two countries, US officials say
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Dec.20   North Korea
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Dec.26   North Korea
Dec.27   New York
Dec.29   Indonesia





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Dec.1  Jordan  Pilot killed when U.S. jet crashes in Jordan
 Philadelphia  Cosby resigns from university board
 North Korea  N Korea refuses to deny Sony hack
 Washington  Obama in police body-camera call
Dec.2  Washington  Obama calls for $6bn US Ebola cash
Dec.3  Abu Dhabi  American woman killed in UAE mall restroom stabbing
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  The Justice Dept is to launch a civil rights investigation into the death of a black man who died after being placed in a headlock by a white police officer
  Florida Orion 'Mars ship' set for test flight Dec.4  United Arab Emirates  UAE police arrest suspect in stabbing death of U.S. teacher   Washington US reveals Yemen hostage rescue bid  Washington  Reported US military sex assaults rise   New York   New protests over Eric Garner death   Protests have been held for a second night over the death of a black man held in an apparent chokehold by a white New York police officer Dec.5   China   China surpasses U.S. to become largest world economy  For the first time in decades, the U.S. is no longer the largest economy in the world, and China has become number one   Uruguay Uruguay set to take six Guantanamo prisoners   New York Grand jury to consider NYC shooting  North Mexico  Nasa’s Orion spaceship makes splashdown Dec.6   Yemen     Hostages killed in Yemen rescue bid Map of Shabwa Yemen  UK-born US journalist Luke Somers and South African teacher Pierre Korkie have been killed by al-Qaeda militants in Yemen during a failed rescue bid  Los Angeles  Police open probe into Cosby claim  Washington  Obama given CT scan at hospital for sore throat  Tehran  US reporter charged by Iran court  Louisiana  Republican Louisiana victory boosts Senate majority Dec.7  Western Canada  Skiing: Vonn leads U.S. clean sweep  Uruguay  Guantanamo six arrive in Uruguay  New York  Royal couple arrive in New York Dec.8  Kabul  U.S. and NATO closed combat command in Afghanistan   CIA CIA report prompts US security alert  Washington  Prince William in first Obama talks  New York  'Chokehold' demo as royals visit US Dec.9   U.S. Senate   CIA lied over 'brutal' interrogations
  The CIA carried out 'brutal' interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 attacks on the US, a US Senate report has said
  Washington CIA report sparks prosecution calls
Dec.10  Hawaii  Rambo-like dad survives 12 days lost at sea  New York  Ebola fighters are Time's 'Person of the Year'   Kabul   Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations'   Afghan President Asraf Ghani has said the CIA's brutal interrogation programme 'violated all accepted norms of human rights in the world' Dec.11   CIA   CIA boss defends post 9/11 tactics   CIA Director John Brennan has said some of the agency's interrogation methods after 9/11 were 'abhorrent'  San Francisco Bay Area  Storm pounds northern California   House of Representatives     US House passes $1.1tn budget bill  The US House of Representatives has passed a $1.1tn budget, hours before government was due to shut down at midnight on Thursday Dec.12  Southern California  Mudslides and floods hit southern California  U.S. Senate  US Senate backs anti-IS spending Dec.13  Washington  Civil rights activists march on Washington  Oregon  Marcus Mariota wins Heisman Trophy Dec.15  Philadelphia  Six dead in Pennsylvania shootings  San Diego  Rare northern white rhino dies in US Dec.16  Tokyo  Turbulence hits US-bound plane Dec.17   Washington   US and Cuba seek to normalise ties
  US and Cuba are to start talks to normalise diplomatic ties in a historic shift in relations between the two countries, US officials say
 Geneva  FIFA prosecutor Michael Garcia resigns   Los Angeles   Sony cancels The Interview release
  Sony Pictures cancels 25 December release of North Korea film The Interview after cinemas decide not to screen it
  Cuba     Castro urges US to lift Cuba embargo   Cuban President Raul Castro has urged the US to end its trade embargo after the countries opened formal talks on restoring diplomatic relati...  Southern California  Mumps outbreak hits US NHL players Dec.18   Washington Sony hack is 'US security issue'
  Northern Iraq U.S. airstrikes kill 3 top ISIS leaders Dec.19   Los Angeles   Sony 'will not drop' North Korea film The Interview   Sony Pictures says it is looking at different ways to release the film satire, after scrapping its opening following a cyber-attack blamed on N  Baltimore  Michael Phelps admits drink-driving   Washington Obama orders ban on Crimea trade Dec.20   North Korea   N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe   N Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the US into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind i...   Guantanamo Afghan Guantanamo inmates freed   New York   Gunman kills two New York policemen Map of Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn New York
  A gunman has shot dead two police officers sitting inside a patrol car in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighbourhood before killing himself
  Washington US insists North Korea must take Sony hack blame  Kentucky  Muhammad Ali in hospital with pneumonia Dec.21   Washington   US mulls putting NK on terror list   Barack Obama has said the US is considering putting North Korea back on its list of terrorism sponsors after the hacking of Sony Pictures   North Korea North Korea warns U.S.: Worse is coming   New York NY gunman told public 'watch what I'm going to do' Dec.22   New York   NYC police chief backs mayor  Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has backed Bill de Blasio after criticism that he had increased tensions between police and minority commun...   Colorado Singer Joe Cocker dies aged 70   Wisconsin US to probe Milwaukee police killing Dec.23   Washington US economy growing at faster pace   Los Angeles   US cinemas to screen The Interview   A comedy film about North Korea that had its Christmas Day launch cancelled after a major cyber attack is now to get a limited theatrical release   Washington Gay US blood donor ban 'should end'   Manhattan US shares close at record level   Washington     Obama hails The Interview screenings   US President Barack Obama has welcomed a decision by Sony to screen a comedy about North Korea in a limited number of US cinemas on Christmas... Dec.24   Missouri   St Louis unrest after police killing   Police have clashed with protesters after an officer shot dead a black teenager close to where another black youth was killed sparking national...   Los Angeles Sony to release The Interview online   USA   Sony comedy The Interview opens  The comedy The Interview has opened in some US cinemas and online, after a cyber-attack and row over its release   Missouri New St Louis shooting 'unlike Ferguson', says mayor   US Georgia US lab worker monitored for Ebola Dec.25   Microsoft Xbox and PlayStation online crash Dec.26   New England US city sues Petrobras for corruption   North Korea     N Korea berates Obama over film   North Korea has condemned US President over the release of the Sony film The Interview, about a fictional plot to kill its leader Kim Jong-un Dec.27   New York   Huge funeral for New York policeman   Tens of thousands of people are attending the funeral in New York of Rafael Ramos, one of the two policemen shot dead a week ago   Cairo Egypt bans movie 'Exodus' Dec.28   USA Sony's Interview makes $15m online Dec.29   Los Angeles LA police 'shot man in back'   Indonesia     US destroyer to join search for missing AirAsia plane   USS Sampson headed to the Java Sea to join the search for the jet that vanished during a flight from Indonesia to Singapore over the weekend   Washington Obama suggests Putin 'not so smart'