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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 12/1/15 *** Outside the COP21 facilities in Paris, protests continued to be banned across France. French President François Hollande has condemned the protests over the weekend, calling it "scandalous" that they would protest at the memorial for the Paris terrorist attacks at the Place de la Republique, even though video footage shows the police, not the protesters, were the ones to trample on the flowers and candles commemorating the November 13 attacks *** Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Turkey of downing a Russian warplane last week because it wanted to protect the flow of oil from ISIL-controlled territories in Iraq and Syria. Turkey said it shot down the plane on November 24 after warning the Russian pilots they were in Turkish airspace. But Russia says the plane did not stray from Syrian airspace. Turkey has long been accused of permitting ISIL to export hundreds of millions of dollars of oil into Turkey, where it is sold on the black market *** Amnesty International is warning that, in Saudi Arabia, fifty people including pro-democracy activists and a prominent Palestinian poet are facing an imminent mass execution. Among those facing execution is Ali Mohammed al-Nimr, who was arrested at the age of 17 and convicted of encouraging protests during the Arab Spring. Also facing execution in Saudi Arabia is Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh, a member of the arts collective “Edge of Arabia.” He has been sentenced to death on charges of "apostasy" for making allegedly blasphemous statements during a discussion group and in a book of his poetry *** More tomorrow

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