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10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. BELGIUM POLICE ARREST 16, PARIS FUGITIVE STILL AT LARGE
Meanwhile, David Cameron, who is meeting Francois Hollande in Paris, says he will ask for parliamentary approval for the U.K. to join airstrikes against Islamic State extremists in Syria.
2. TURKISH FOOTBALL FANS REFLECT AMBIVALENCE AFTER PARIS ATTACKS
The disruption last week of a minute's silence for victims reveals the dim view some Turks have of European nations they accuse of insensitivity toward attacks by Kurdish rebels and other groups that plague the country.
3. WHY MIDEAST CHAOS WON'T END WITH MILTANTS' DEFEAT
A final solution will require the resettlement of populations driven from their home territories by the Iraq war, the Syrian civil conflict and the expansion of Islamic extremists.
4. WHAT ARGENTINE PRESIDENT-ELECT PROMISES
Mauricio Macri says his presidency will not be about "revenge" or "settling scores," but rather helping the country progress.
5. SYRIAN ATHLETE-TURNED-REFUGEE IN IRAQ MULLS OPTIONS
Nosheen Hanaan, who was once picked as a goalkeeper on Syria's national soccer team, now works as a waiter in Irbil, fearing his dreams are over.
6. GROUND DELAYS AT U.S. AIRPORTS ON THE RISE
Commercial airplanes are spending more time than ever taxiing between gates and runways, according to an AP analysis of government data.
7. WHO IS SEEKING OPTIONS FOR REDUCING HOURS ON THE JOB
Many aging baby boomers are caught between a desire to work less and a labor market that just isn't ready to let them go.
8. ONE WAY TO FLY FREE FOREVER
Chinese billionaire Liu Yiqian can now do that because he plans to pay for $170.4 million painting with his credit card.
9. ONE DIRECTION WINS BIG AT AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS
"This is a testament to how incredible our fans are," Louis Tomlinson says onstage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles in a ceremony that references Paris several times.
10. END OF RAINBOW
Jeff Gordon fails to add a fairytale ending to his storied career, finishing sixth in the NASCAR season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.