posted at 02:00
Author Name: Dina Spector
10 Most Important Things In The World, Dec. 4
North Korea has officially denied that it was involved in the massive hack of Sony Pictures. The European Central Bank will announce its latest monetary policy decisions at 12:45 p.m. GMT on Thursday, followed by a press conference with ECB president Mario Draghi. A major Philippines city is being evacuated as Super Typhoon Hagupit heads toward the island. Japanese newspapers polls showed Thursday that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling Liberal Democratic Party may expand its majority in the Dec. 14 election. Kmart has become the second major retailer, after Target, to pull the Grand Theft Auto video game, from its Australian stores due to complaints over violence against women. A lawsuit in California accuses Apple of using iTunes to fix prices. A Thai court has charged two Burmese men will killing two British tourists, 23-year-old Hannah Witheridge and 24-year-old David Miller, in Thailand in September. London has released new images of its Crossrail project, currently the largest infrastructure project in Europe.

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