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Sunday, December 25, 2016
Stars and Stripes Daily Headlines
Grace, unwrapped: Sometimes the instinctive gifts turn out to be the best Ask people about the best thing they’ve ever given to someone else, and their memory search stretches beyond the cheery rituals of Christmas. Ask about the gift that meant the most to both the recipient and the giver, and people talk about the most unexpected of moments, gifts that were neither neatly wrapped nor intricately planned.
Thousands of faithful celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem Thousands of pilgrims and tourists from around the world together with local Christians gathered in the biblical town of Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas Eve in the traditional birthplace of Jesus, with spirits lifted by a slowdown in recent violence and cool, clear weather.
Marking the first night of Hanukkah in Kabul At sundown on Saturday, Navy Lt. Lauren Sucher and Navy Chief Petty Officer Kent Frosch stepped outside at Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah.
Israel's Netanyahu lashes out at Obama over UN vote Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at President Barack Obama on Saturday, accusing him of a "shameful ambush" at the United Nations over West Bank settlements and saying he is looking forward to working with his "friend" President-elect Donald Trump.
After Berlin attack, Europe weighs freedom against security Europe's open borders symbolize liberty and forward thinking — but they increasingly look like the continent's Achilles' heel. Europe's No. 1 terrorism suspect crossed at least two borders this week despite an international manhunt, and was felled only by chance, in a random ID check.
Investigators hunt supply network for slain Berlin attacker Investigators on Saturday worked to determine if the Berlin Christmas market attacker got any logistical support to cross at least two European borders and evade capture for days before being killed in a police shootout in a Milan suburb.