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  The French prime minister Manuel Vales says some of those linked to the attack last week inParis which killed 129 people took advantage of the migration crisis in Europe to enter Franceunnoticed. He was speaking on French state television. These individuals took advantage ofthe refugee crisis of the chaos perhaps for some of them to slip into France, others were inBelgium already, and others were masterminds who were in France. Mr. Vales warned thepassport-free travel in the EU is threatened unless external border control was improved.The French government says it was only after the Paris attack that it was informed the allegedringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud has passed through Greece on his return from Syria. It's notclear if he poses a refugee, his death was confirmed on Thursday.

  France has presented a draft resolution at the UN Security Council appealing for globalsupport in the fight against the Islamic State group following the Paris attacks. Russia hasproposed its own draft resolution. It's calling for military cooperation with the Syrianpresident Basher al-Assad, something the US, France and Britain have refused to consider.

  The US house of representatives overwhelmingly passed the bill to toughen the screening ofSyrian and Iraqi refugees entering United States. Propose new restrictions which require theheads three US agencies to approve every Iraqi and Syrian refugee entering the country. TheWhite House has threatened to veto the new bill. The Secretary of State John Kerry said theplan changes were contrary to American values. Out of the entire total of refugees who haveland our country since 2009, only 2% were male of a fighting age similar to those people whoare picking up a battle in Syria. You know, it's inappropriate of American, of all countries in theworld to panic and to somehow turn our backs on our fundamental values.

  Research in United States indicates that more Mexicans are now leaving the United States thanentering it, reversing the trends spanning for half a century. A recent study said that in the 5years after 2014, about a million Mexicans and their families left the United States to Mexico. 140,000 fewer Mexicans moved to the US. Here's Cadas Pierce. The Pew report said this is aturning point in one of the largest mass migrations in US history. Researchers said Mexicansare mainly returning home to be reunited with the families they've left behind. But the sluggishUS economic recovery has also contributed to the exodus. The report said tougher borderreinforcement had also had an impact. You are listening to the latest world new from theBBC.

  Israeli police say 5 people have been killed and several injured in 2 separate attacks byPalestinians. One of the incidents was a stabbing, the other, a drive-by shooting. Urea Nellreports from Jerusalem. The stabbing took place outside the shop of an office building while agroup of Israelis has gathered for afternoon prayers. One witness said the attacker tried toforce his way in but was prevented from doing so by worshipers. The latter incident happenedon a busy road in the West Bank settlements. A Palestinian gunman shot at several vehicles. 3people were killed, including an Israeli, a Palestinian and a foreigner. In both cases, Israelisecurity forces have arrested the suspected attacker.

  Russia has signed a deal to build a nuclear power plant with 4 reactors in Egypt. The project isexpected to be completed 2022 at the cost of 10 billion dollars.

  The Sri Lankan minister of foreign employment said she hoped the country would stop sendingwomen to be domestic workers in Saudi Arabia after the kingdom sentenced a Sri Lankan maidto death by stoning. Report says the woman is married with 2 children. She was convicted ofcommitting adultery with a Sri Lankan man. He is sentenced to 100 lashes.

  Regulators in the United States have ruled that it is safe to eat genetically-modified salmon,the first time anywhere in the world that GM animals had been approved for humanconsumption. The US Food and Drug Administration said the salmon have passed all regulatoryrequirements. The fish has extra genes which make it grow more quickly. A Canadian studyfound GM-fish could potentially cross breed but the company which created the salmon saidany risks were negligible. Alison Van Eenennaam, is an animal geneticist in the US. Theproposal is to raise those fish in land-based tanks in Panama, so basically they will have nocontact with the ocean. And additionally they are all female and triploid sterile. BBC worldservice News.

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