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Updated at 6:28 PM

VATICAN CITY (AP) " Pope Francis has lit a candle to symbolize hope for migrants at the same moment a Christmas tree was illuminated in front of St. Francis' Basilica in Assisi.

Updated at 6:24 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP) " The "Hunger Games" finale spoiled an early Christmas for the holiday horror comedy "Krampus" to maintain its top spot at the North American box office for the third week running.

Updated at 6:20 PM

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) " The socialist system built by Hugo Chavez faced its gravest electoral test Sunday as Venezuelans cast ballots in what seems to have become a tightening race for control of the national legislature.

Updated at 6:17 PM

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) " NASA's spirits soared Sunday as weather forecasters offered significantly better odds of launching a rocket with much-needed supplies to the International Space Station.

Updated at 6:13 PM

PARIS (AP) " Polling agency projections suggest the far right National Front took the lead in the first round of France's regional elections.

Updated at 6:07 PM

NEWRY, Maine (AP) " Santa and his helpers hit the ski slopes to spread some holiday cheer on Sunday.

Updated at 6:06 PM

ATLANTA (AP) " Jimmy Carter said Sunday that his most recent brain scan showed no signs of cancer, more than three months after he began treatment for four melanoma tumors.

Updated at 5:20 PM

BEIRUT (AP) " Airstrikes hit several positions of the Islamic State group in its de facto capital of Raqqa in northern Syria on Sunday, killing and wounding at least 15 people, opposition activists and social media pages loyal to IS said.

Updated at 5:18 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " In a rare Oval Office address, President Barack Obama on Sunday night will urge Americans to not give into fear following attacks in Paris and California, while trying to assure the public that he takes the threat of terrorism...

Updated at 5:18 PM

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) " Here's the latest on Sunday's important congressional elections in Venezuela (all times local):

Updated at 5:17 PM

JERUSALEM (AP) " U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry set off an uproar in Israel on Sunday after warning that the country, through its continued West Bank occupation, will become a "binational state."

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