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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 12/7/16 *** Scientists say thousands of snow geese have died in Montana, after the flock landed on the toxic waters of an old open-pit copper mine near Butte last week *** President-elect Donald Trump has fired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn's son from Trump's transition team for sharing fake news. Michael Flynn is Trump's pick for national security adviser. His son, also named Michael Flynn, has come under fire for sharing fake news pushed by right-wing websites *** In New York City, close to 100 people protested outside Wells Fargo's 15th annual pipeline symposium to demand Wells Fargo and other banks stop investing in the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline *** Meanwhile, in western North Dakota, authorities shut down an oil pipeline after a spill leaked into a nearby creek *** In Syria, government forces have seized as much as 75 percent of eastern Aleppo. On Tuesday, anti-government rebels withdrew from Aleppo's Old City, and the Aleppo Leadership Council called for a five-day truce to allow for the evacuation of civilians from rebel-held areas. The Syrian government, however, says it's opposed to any more temporary truces in Aleppo, and on Monday, Russia and China vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution for a week-long ceasefire in the city. The battle for control of eastern Aleppo is seen as a decisive turning point in the five-year civil war, which began with a democratic popular uprising in 2011 *** More tomorrow


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