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*)NATO summit ends in acrimony NATO leaders have wrapped up a summit that was meant to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the alliance. Instead, their meeting was marked by the disagreements that have rarely been made so public. Those contentious issues include funding, how best to confront terrorism, Turkey’s role in Syria, and China’s influence. *) US Navy sailor kills two before shooting self at Pearl Harbor A US Navy sailor shot and killed two people before fatally shooting himself at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, military officials said. The motive of the shooting, in which one person was also injured, is not known. The incident comes three days before the 78th anniversary of the Japanese attack on the historic naval base that led the US to enter the second World War. *)UN says 58 migrants dead as boat capsizes off Mauritania At least 58 people died after a boat, carrying around 150 migrants, capsized off the coast of Mauritania. Confirming the death toll, the UN migration agency said survivors are being helped in the northern city of Nouadhibou. This is said to be one of the deadliest disasters this year as migrants try to reach Europe. *)Trump committed impeachable crimes - legal scholars Legal experts say President Trump’s actions seeking foreign interference in the US presidential election are grounds for impeachment. Testifying at the House impeachment inquiry hearing, three experts say Trump’s unprecedented conduct is evidence of impeachable offences. Trump, attending a NATO summit in London, called the hearing a “joke” and “boring.” And finally, *)Turkey switches to plain packaging for tobacco products Turkey will switch to plain packaging for cigarettes and tobacco products from December 5. The Agriculture and Forestry Ministry says the move aims at curbing tobacco sales and discouraging smokers. According to Turkish authorities, diseases attributable to tobacco use cause more than 100,000 deaths in the country annually.

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