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Landmark deal to curb climate change and limit temperature rises to 1.5 per cent, also why it matters for small island nations like St Lucia; Women vote for the first time in Saudi local elections
Canada has taken 163 Syrian refugees - the first of 25,000 due by the end of February.
Sleepless in Paris: the art of climate change negotiation.
Oh Lord, won't you buy me a... Porsche: Janis Joplin's car is auctioned.
(Photo: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomes a Syrian refugee family to Canada)
Guo Guangchang, a businessman dubbed the Warren Buffett of China, is the latest billionaire to go missing; Burundi army responds to attacks; Saudi women get the vote.
Picture of Guo Guangchang. (Credit: Jason Lee/Reuters)
Why are so many Eritreans fleeing their country? With a population of just six million, this young country in the Horn of Africa has accounted for the third largest flow of refugees into Europe this year, behind only Syria and Afghanistan. Join Owen Bennett Jones and his panel of guests on Newshour Extra this week as we try to understand the forces driving hundreds of thousands of Eritreans risking their lives in the hope of a better future.
Opposition agrees framework for peace talks; China at COP21; Golden Globe nominations.
(Photo: A rebel fighter carries his weapon in the city of Homs, Syria. Credit: Reuters)
China to recognise millions of people born outside the one child policy; Rwanda arrests genocide suspect; President Putin's alliance building.
Picture: A mother walking over a bridge with her daughter; AFP