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World News: December 8 – 14, 2014

The Senate’s release of the brutal torture methods used by the CIA on terror suspects has outraged many people.

Congress passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill to avoid yet another potential government shutdown situation.

Protests nationwide continue to challenge a court’s decision not to indict the officer responsible for Eric Garner’s death.

Shinzo Abe won re-election as Prime Minister of Japan although the country’s economy recently went into a recession.

Sony Pictures Entertainment executive, Amy Pascal, apologized for her racially offensive emails about President Obama.

Written by Oliver Kornberg ’16


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