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The New Face of Transgender Youth
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Uma multidão se reuniu no centro de Ramallah para acompanhar a Assembleia Geral da ONU que aprovou a Palestina como Estado observador não-membro nas Nações Unidas.Logo após o resultado, os palestinos começaram a comemorar. Cartazes pediam o retorno dos cerca de seis milhões de refugiados palestinos, mostrando o mapa da Palestina histórica e a chave, símbolo dos que se foram depois da criação do Estado de Israel, em 1948. A multidão aplaudiu, gritou e se abraçou para celebrar. O telão na praça não transmitiu o discurso do embaixador israelense na ONU, Ron Prosor. O diplomata disse que o líder palestino Mahmoud Abbas não controla a metade do território que pretende que seja considerado um Estado.------------------------------------------------RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES, NOVEMBER 29, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV- people celebrating before Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas' speech- VAR of people watching Abbas' speech on a big screen in Ramallah's city center
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The New Face of Transgender Youth
What defines gender? Is it biology, the heart and mind, or some combination of both? As the debate surrounding transgender children swirls, one girl is sharing her personal story with Katie Couric in the hope that she can help others.
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Canadian gunman named
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been identified as the lone shooter that attacked Canada's parliament on Wednesday, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
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PENTAGON CONFIRMS ISIS STOLE U.S. WEAPONS
The Pentagon confirmed Islamic State militants stole bundles of weapons airdropped by the U.S. that were meant for Kurdish fighters.
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Europe seen lower as shooting, China, oil weigh
European shares are expected to open lower on Thursday with Chinese data and a decline in the oil price weighing on sentiment while the shooting of a soldier in Ottawa increased fears about terrorist attacks in the country.
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Ben Bradlee Remembered
Katie Couric looks back on the life of legendary Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee.
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CIA insider on deadly shooting in Ottawa
Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa and another attack on Canadian soldiers earlier in the week raise questions on the threat terrorism poses to Canada. Mike Morell, CBS News senior security contributor and former CIA deputy director, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to weigh in.
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Sights and Sounds: Heartache in Ottawa
Photographs capture the drama and emotion of Wednesday's shooting outside the Canadian parliament building in Ottawa. (Oct. 23)
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Police Sweep Parliament Hill Ahead of Memorial
One day after a deadly attack in Canada’s capital, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Ottawa citizens gathered in solidarity at Parliament Hill on Thursday, October 23. People laid flowers at the National War Memorial, paying tribute to <a href="http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/news/cpl-nathan-cirillo-dreamed-of-becoming-full-time-soldier-1.2808960" target="_blank">Corporal Nathan Cirillo</a>, who was shot and killed at the site on Wednesday.These videos show police sweeping the area, and citizens laying bouquets of flowers at the memorial. Credit: Instagram/pirussell
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Ebola Outbreak Hits Coffin Business in Liberia
Liberian coffin makers in Monrovia say that the Ebola outbreak is ruining their business after the government ordered that all bodies of people killed by the virus must be cremated. (Oct. 23)