CBC Nebraska to announce whether it will approve in-state Keystone XL route 2017-11-19T20:36:50.000000000-05:00 Nebraska regulators are set to decide Monday whether to approve or deny an in-state route for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. It's the last major regulatory hurdle facing project operator TransCanada Corp. Turkey bans LGBT events in capital, citing 'public security' 2017-11-19T15:44:37.000000000-05:00 Turkish officials have banned all events by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights groups in the country's capital, in a move LGBT organizations call illegal and discriminatory. TransCanada sends more crews to South Dakota's Keystone pipeline leak 2017-11-19T12:40:59.000000000-05:00 TransCanada Corp. says the company has sent additional crews and equipment to the site of a 795,000-litre oil spill from its Keystone pipeline in South Dakota. Violent evictions, homelessness are the cost of Lagos, Nigeria's megacity 2017-11-19T11:11:55.000000000-05:00 Human rights group Amnesty International says more than 30,000 people were evicted last year from their waterfront homes in Nigeria's biggest city, Lagos, by the local authorities, as the wealth gap grows and more residents are living in informal settlements. Key players in Zimbabwe's political crisis 2017-11-19T11:00:44.000000000-05:00 The national executive of The Youth League in Zimbabwe is blaming Grace Mugabe’s political ambitions for her husband’s downfall. Here's a quick guide to the key events and players now that the country’s ruling party has fired Robert Mugabe as its leader. Satellite calls yield no clues in search for missing Argentine submarine 2017-11-19T09:42:13.000000000-05:00 A search and rescue operation for an Argentine navy submarine missing in the South Atlantic with 44 crew members aboard continued on Sunday, after failed satellite calls likely from the vessel raised hopes the crew are alive. India passenger train hits and kills 2 Asian elephants 2017-11-19T07:48:26.000000000-05:00 Two endangered Asian elephants have been hit and killed by a passenger train near the city of Gauhati in northeastern India. Robert Mugabe baffles Zimbabwe by addressing nation without resigning 2017-11-19T05:30:08.000000000-05:00 Zimbabweans gathered in expectation of a celebration following a highly anticipated resignation speech. Instead, Mugabe appeared to hint at challenging the ruling party, which has expelled him as its leader, by trying to stay on. Turkey launches probe into U.S. attorneys over alleged fabricated documents 2017-11-18T20:47:00.000000000-05:00 Turkish authorities have opened an investigation into the U.S. prosecutors who brought charges against a Turkish gold trader facing trial in New York, state media said on Saturday, after Ankara said the case was based on fabricated documents. 'I am so sorry': Lena Dunham walks back defence of Girls writer accused of rape 2017-11-18T16:54:50.000000000-05:00 Lena Dunham apologized on Saturday for defending a writer on her HBO show Girls, after some on social media slammed her for not believing a woman who accused him of sexual assault.