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Tunisia: Essebsi claims poll win  (22 December 11:31 am) 
Veteran politician Beji Caid Essebsi claims victory in Tunisia's presidential elections but incumbent Moncef Marzouki refuses to concede defeat. Paul Chapman reports
Elton John and partner tie the knot  (22 December 11:01 am) 
Singer Elton John and his long-term partner David Furnish marry in a star-studded ceremony at their home in south-east England. Paul Chapman reports
Pakistani minister warns of more attacks  (22 December 06:32 am) 
Christians hold prayer services for the victims of a Taliban massacre at a school that left 132 children dead, as Pakistan's interior minister warns of further militant attacks. Vanessa Johnston
The Christmas Spirit around the globe  (22 December 04:00 am) 
From Vatican City to the streets of La Paz, Bolivia, the Christmas Spirit is on display around the globe. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Final 'Hobbit' film tops box office  (22 December 04:01 am) 
The final 'Hobbit' film rode to the top of U.S. and Canadian weekend box office, boosting the holiday movie season that is crucial to Hollywood. Vanessa Johnston reports.
President Barack Obama, in a CNN interview, says he does not consider the cyber attack on Sony which the U.S. blames on North Korea "an act of war. Mana Rabie reports.
Earthworms provide cancer-fighting bacteria  (21 December 05:01 pm) 
Polish scientists isolate bacteria from earthworm intestines, which they say may be used in antibiotics and cancer treatments. Suzannah Butcher reports.
A team of Danish scientists have isolated two chemical compounds within an existing antipsychotic medication that could be used to help failing antibiotics work against killer bacterial infections,
A touch-free phone developed in Israel enables the mobility-impaired to operate smart phones with just a movement of the head. Suzannah Butcher reports.
NYPD shooting suspect identified  (21 December 01:31 pm) 
Man suspected of killing two New York City Police officers had shot ex-girlfriend earlier on Saturday, police said. Julie Noce reports.
North Korea says U.S. accusation it was involved in Sony cyberattack is "groundless slander", proposes "joint investigation" into the incident with the U.S. Mana Rabiee reports.
Pakistan says it has resumed executions of prisoners in the wake of a Taliban massacre at a school that left at least 132 students dead. Mana Rabiee reports.
Sony defends pulling "The Interview"  (20 December 10:07 am) 
Dec. 19 - The latest celebrity news including Sony defends pulling "The Interview" citing movie theater chains decision to not screen the film. John Russell reports.
Stocks modestly extend gains post a massive two-day rally. Leah Duncan reports.
Despite a size mix-up that led to the winner's title being nullified, a humble pub in Wigan, Northern England hosts the 2014 World Pie Eating Championships. Elly Park reports.
John Manley, chief equity strategist at Wells Fargo Advantage Funds sees the Dow hitting the 18,000 level in 2014. Manley also thinks a five to 10 percent pullback could happen.
Comments from Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen spurred a Santa Claus rally this week, analysts see the rally spilling over into 2015. Leah Duncan reports.
Chilean innovators collect discarded fishing nets from the country's long coastline and turn them into skateboards for U.S. teenagers. Sales start taking off. Tara Cleary reports.
President Obama says Americans can enter the new year with 'renewed confidence' in a stronger economy that has created more jobs. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Hundreds of people in remote district of Sierra Leone, described as Ebola hotspot, swarm around suspected Ebola victim, despite warning to stay away. Mana Rabiee reports.
George Soros’ son Alexander discusses the influence of his father and how he selected causes to support.
FIFA's executive committee decides to publish - ''in appropriate form'' - investigator Michael Garcia's report into the turbulent bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. As Joel Flynn
Jobless Spaniard calling himself a ruined businessman rams car containing gas cylinders into headquarters of Spain's ruling party, triggering security alert. Mana Rabiee reports.
Breakingviews: Goldman's addictive app  (19 December 11:31 pm) 
IPOs have been updated for the Candy Crush era with an iPad app that tracks roadshow results. Breakingviews editors explain how the smartphone economy is moving from living room to boardroom.
Naira struggles too in oil rout  (19 December 10:31 pm) 
All eyes may have been on the rouble this week, but Nigeria is suffering its own currency crisis. The naira has been battered by steep budget cuts, corruption scandals and diving oil prices. David