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Second boycotter says will rejoin Libya's U.N.-backed government

A member of the leadership of Libya's U.N.-backed government who is close to powerful rival factions in the east of the country has said he will end his boycott of the Tripoli-based body. The decision by Ali Gatrani could strengthen the Government of National Accord (GNA), coming days after a second boycotting member of the government's nine-member leadership, or Presidential Council, said he would resume his role. Eastern factions have blocked the parliament based in the east from approving the GNA, saying they believe the U.N.-backed government is dependent on militias and is undermining eastern forces led by General Khalifa Haftar.

Turkish bombardment kills 20 civilians in Syria

Turkish soldiers drive a tank to Syria from the border city of Karkamis in the Gaziantep region on August 27, 2016 Turkish shelling and air strikes killed at least 20 civilians in Syria on Sunday, the fifth day of an incursion against Islamic State group jihadists and Kurdish militia, a monitor said. "At least 20 civilians were killed and 50 others wounded by Turkish artillery fire and air strikes on Sunday morning at Jeb el-Kussa," a village south of Jarabulus, said Rami Abdel Rahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. It comes after Turkey on Saturday suffered its first fatality since launching operation "Euphrates Shield" in Syria, blaming Kurdish militia in a fight for control of the border region.


Turkish bombardment kills 20 civilians in Syria

Turkish soldiers drive a tank to Syria from the border city of Karkamis in the Gaziantep region on August 27, 2016 Turkish shelling and air strikes killed at least 20 civilians in Syria on Sunday, the fifth day of an incursion against Islamic State group jihadists and Kurdish militia, a monitor said. "At least 20 civilians were killed and 50 others wounded by Turkish artillery fire and air strikes on Sunday morning at Jeb el-Kussa," a village south of Jarabulus, said Rami Abdel Rahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. It comes after Turkey on Saturday suffered its first fatality since launching operation "Euphrates Shield" in Syria, blaming Kurdish militia in a fight for control of the border region.


Turkish attacks kill 20 in Syrian village: Syrian Observatory

A group monitoring the Syrian war said Turkish air strikes and artillery attacks killed at least 20 people and wounded dozens more on Sunday in a village in northern Syria, where Turkey and allied Syrian rebels are fighting Kurdish-allied militias. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said a total of 50 people had been wounded in the attack on the village of Jub al-Kousa, in an area controlled by militias allied to the Kurdish-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.

Half of Germans against Merkel serving fourth term: poll

German Chancellor Merkel speaks during the news conference in Warsaw German Chancellor Angela Merkel's domestic popularity has declined, a poll showed on Sunday, with 50 percent of Germans against her serving a fourth term in office after a federal election next year. A series of violent attacks on civilians in July, two of which were claimed by Islamic State, have focused attention on Merkel's open-door migrant policy, which allowed hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere into Germany last year. The head of Germany's Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), Frank-Juergen Weise, told the newspaper that he expects a maximum of 300,000 refugees to arrive in Germany this year.


Kurdish militants fire rocket at civilian airport in Turkey

ISTANBUL (AP) — Kurdish militants launched a rocket-propelled grenade at a civilian airport in southeast Turkey early Sunday, causing minor damage and no injuries, officials and the state-run news agency said.

Kurdish militants fire rocket at civilian airport in Turkey

ISTANBUL (AP) — Kurdish militants launched a rocket-propelled grenade at a civilian airport in southeast Turkey early Sunday, causing minor damage and no injuries, officials and the state-run news agency said.

Spain starts countdown to possible third national election in year

Spain's acting Prime Minister Rajoy gestures during a news conference at Moncloa Palace in Madrid By Sonya Dowsett MADRID (Reuters) - The clock starts ticking on Wednesday towards what could be Spain's third national election in a year when acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces a confidence vote in parliament for a second term in office. Spain has been without a functioning government since inconclusive elections in December and June failed to hand a convincing mandate to any political party. The eight-month political deadlock has delayed investments in infrastructure such as roads and rail and put high-ranking government appointments on hold, leaving some Spanish embassies without an ambassador.


Shoddy home renovations may have contributed to Italy quake toll

The issue of whether some deaths could have been avoided is particularly acute in the Amatrice area as it is close to L'Aquila, where a 2009 quake left 300 dead and caused an outcry over shoddy, corrupt building practices Shoddy, price-cutting renovations, in breach of local building regulations, could be partly to blame for the high death toll from this week's devastating earthquake in central Italy, according to a prosecutor investigating the disaster. As questions mount over the deaths of nearly 300 people, prosecutor Giuseppe Saieva indicated that property owners who commissioned suspected sub-standard work could be held responsible for contributing to the quake's deadly impact. Saieva, who works in the Rieti region between Rome and the quake's epicentre, said the tragedy could not simply be filed away as an unavoidable natural disaster.


Election result adds to Northern Territory gas uncertainty

By Harry Pearl SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia’s center-left Labour Party won a convincing vote in the Northern Territory election on Saturday, a result that will likely add to existing uncertainty over development of the region’s onshore gas industry and could ward off foreign investment. Labour, which trounced the ruling Country Liberals Party, has promised to put in place a moratorium on fracking – a process which involves high-pressure injections of water, chemicals and sand into the ground to release oil and gas - until its impact on the environment is fully known. Economic forecasters Deloitte last year estimated the region’s untapped shale and tight gas resources to be worth $22.4 billion to the local economy over the next two decades, but opinion about controversies over fracking has sparked intense debate in the territory.

10,000th Syrian reaches US this week in resettlement program

AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — The U.S. ambassador to Jordan says Washington will reach its target Monday of taking in 10,000 Syrian war refugees in a yearlong resettlement program.

Italian museums giving Sunday proceeds to rebuild quake zone

The sun sets behind collapsed houses in the village of Santi Lorenzo e Flaviano, central Italy, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. Italians bid farewell Saturday to victims of the devastating earthquake that struck a mountainous region of central Italy this week. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini) ROME (AP) — Italy's state museums are donating their proceeds Sunday to relief and reconstruction efforts in the area devastated by an earthquake.


Turkish warplanes, artillery hit targets in north Syria: sources

Turkish warplanes and artillery struck targets held by the Kurdish YPG militia in north Syria on Sunday, security sources said, as Turkey pressed on with a cross-border campaign launched last week with its Syrian rebel allies. There was no immediate comment from the YPG militia, but forces aligned with the Kurdish group had said on Saturday that no Kurdish militia had been in areas being targeted by Turkish troops or its allies. Turkey has said its campaign is against Islamic State and also aims at stopping Kurdish forces extending territory they control.

Top Asian News 7:37 a.m. GMT

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — A would-be suicide bomber failed to detonate in a packed church in western Indonesia during Sunday Mass and injured a priest with an axe before he was restrained, police said. The assailant left a bench and ran toward the priest at the altar but a bomb in his backpack did not go off, said national police spokesman Maj. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar. The man kept running toward the priest who was giving a sermon with a burning backpack, as the shocked congregation chased and captured him. Before he was restrained, he managed to take an axe from the backpack and attacked the priest, Albert Pandiangan, 60, causing a slight injury on his hand, Amar said.

Would-be bomber fails to detonate in Indonesian church

People carry an unconscious friend to an ambulance in front of a church after a would-be suicide bomber failed to detonate explosives during Sunday service in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. Police in the western Indonesian city said a would-be suicide bomber failed to detonate explosives in the packed church during Sunday mass. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara) JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — A would-be suicide bomber failed to detonate in a packed church in western Indonesia during Sunday Mass and injured a priest with an axe before he was restrained, police said.


Ex-Manchester City manager Pellegrini takes charge at Hebei

BEIJING (AP) — Former Real Madrid and Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has taken over as head coach of Hebei China Fortune in the China Super League.

Cronulla, Melbourne in showdown for minor premiers

SYDNEY (AP) — Cronulla rallied from 12-0 down to beat the Sydney Roosters 37-12 on Saturday, snapping a four-match losing streak and setting up a showdown with Melbourne for the minor premiership in next weekend's last round of the National Rugby League regular season.

How to set up quick and easy file sharing with Samba

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Europe's refugee crisis simmers despite efforts to solve it

Sira, 9, a migrant from Nigeria, smiles as she rides aboard a boat of the Proactiva Open Arms NGO, after being rescued during an operation in the Mediterranean sea, about 17 miles north of Sabratah, Libya, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti) BERLIN (AP) — Faced with more than 1 million migrants flooding across the Mediterranean last year, European nations tightened border controls, set up naval patrols to stop smugglers, negotiated an agreement with Turkey to limit the numbers crossing, shut the Balkan route used by hundreds of thousands, and tried to speed up deportations of rejected asylum-seekers.


Venezuela sends opposition leader back to jail, expels Ecuadoran lawmakers

Former mayor Daniel Ceballos, pictured with his wife on August 12, 2015, was abruptly taken from his home in the city of San Cristobal at 3:00 am by members of the Venezuelan intelligence services, his wife said on Twitter Venezuela sent an opposition leader who was under house arrest back to jail and expelled a delegation of Ecuadoran lawmakers, amid rising political tension over a campaign to recall leftist President Nicolas Maduro. Former San Cristobal mayor Daniel Ceballos was abruptly taken from his home before dawn by members of the Venezuelan intelligence services, his wife said on Twitter, posting a video of their vehicles as they drove away. Patricia de Ceballos said her husband was loaded into an ambulance where he was shown an order transferring him to a prison in a distant state.


Venezuela sends opposition leader back to jail, expels Ecuadoran lawmakers

Former mayor Daniel Ceballos, pictured with his wife on August 12, 2015, was abruptly taken from his home in the city of San Cristobal at 3:00 am by members of the Venezuelan intelligence services, his wife said on Twitter Venezuela sent an opposition leader who was under house arrest back to jail and expelled a delegation of Ecuadoran lawmakers, amid rising political tension over a campaign to recall leftist President Nicolas Maduro. Former San Cristobal mayor Daniel Ceballos was abruptly taken from his home before dawn by members of the Venezuelan intelligence services, his wife said on Twitter, posting a video of their vehicles as they drove away. Patricia de Ceballos said her husband was loaded into an ambulance where he was shown an order transferring him to a prison in a distant state.


Trump warns of regulations, taxes harming family farmers

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at Joni's Roast and Ride during a fundraiser at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Donald Trump said rival Hillary Clinton will push regulations and high taxes that will hurt family farmers as he campaigned in Iowa, an agricultural state that remains a presidential election battleground.


New tans, same old 'polycrisis' as Europe's summer ends

EU flags fly in front of European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt By Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union grinds back into action this week after its August break, still dazed by Britain's midsummer vote to quit the EU and facing much the same "polycrisis" as a year ago: a mass of refugees, a fragile economy, hostile Russians and, yes, those Brits, now more awkward than ever. When President Jean-Claude Juncker makes his annual State of the Union address to Parliament in Strasbourg on Sept. 14, he might easily repeat last year's warning: the EU had a "last chance" to save itself from a tide of centrifugal nationalisms. Last week, the EU's remaining Big Three -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and their host, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi -- felt they needed to renew their vows at the wellspring of the union, the island of Ventotene, where in 1941 prisoners of Mussolini wrote a manifesto for a united Europe.


1 rescued, 2 missing after plane crash in New Orleans lake

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Authorities say a woman has been rescued and two men remain missing after a small plane crashed into a lake near a New Orleans airport.

Suspected 'terror' attack at Indonesian church; no serious casualties

Police are seen outside Saint Joseph catholic church after a suspected terror attack by a knife-wielding assailant on a priest during the Sunday service in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia Indonesian police were investigating a suspected terror attack by a knife-wielding assailant on a priest during the Sunday service at a church, and a bomb squad had been deployed to determine whether the attacker's backpack contained explosives. "A terrorism act was carried out on Sunday morning at the Saint Joseph catholic church," said Rina Sari Ginting, spokeswoman for Medan police in a statement. A bomb squad was sent to the site to check whether the assailant was carrying explosives, in case the attack was a failed suicide bomb attempt.


Ransomware: The smart person's guide

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College football Down Under attracts 61,000 fans at Sydney

California Golden Bears wide receiver Chad Hansen takes a catch as he is tackled by Hawaii Warriors defensive back Jalen Rogers during the opening game of the U.S. College football season in Sydney, Australia, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. The last American football of any kind played in Sydney was an NFL preseason game at the Olympic stadium that attracted 73,000 spectators in 1999.(AP Photo/Rob Griffith) SYDNEY (AP) — The beer ran out in some sections of the Olympic stadium, but most of the 61,247 spectators at Saturday's U.S. college football opener in Sydney between California and Hawaii appeared to be enjoying their American "gridiron" experience.


Friends, colleagues to remember slain Mississippi nuns

This is a smartphone photograph taken and released by the Mississippi Department of Public Safety in Durant, Miss., Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, of Rodney Earl Sanders, 46, of Kosciusko, who has been charged with two counts of capital murder in connection with the killing of Sister Margaret Held and Sister Paula Merrill, both nurse practitioners who were found dead in their Durant house Thursday. (Warren Strain/Mississippi Department of Public Safety Hand Out, via AP) DURANT, Miss. (AP) — Friends and colleagues who knew two nuns killed in their Mississippi home are gathering Sunday to remember them, as authorities continue to investigate the harrowing crime that shocked people in the small communities where the women committed their lives to helping the poor.


Filipino militants free 8 comrades, 15 others in jail attack

CAGAYAN DE ORO, Philippines (AP) — Muslim extremists supporting the Islamic State group freed eight fellow militants in a daring attack that also allowed 15 other inmates to escape from a provincial jail in the southern Philippines, police said Sunday.

Couple rescued after searchers spot SOS on remote island

A US Navy photo shows two people signalling for help by writing "SOS" in the sand on August 25, 2016 on uninhabited EasT Fayu Isalnd, Micronesia Two people stranded for a week on a remote Pacific island have been rescued after a search aircraft spotted their SOS message in the sand, the US Coast Guard said Sunday. The couple, who had "limited supplies and no emergency equipment", were found on uninhabited East Fayu island in Micronesia by a US Navy air crew, who discovered them on the beach near the makeshift sign, according to the coast guard statement. "The search and rescue operation for Linus and Sabina Jack has been successfully completed," the US Embassy in Kolonia, Micronesia, posted on its Facebook page.


Hurricane Gaston reforms, moves northwest in the Atlantic

MIAMI (AP) — Hurricane Gaston has reformed, gathering strength as it moves northwestward in the Atlantic.

Trump vows to begin deportations immediately if sworn in

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at the 2nd annual Joni Ernst Roast and Ride event on August 27, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump linked illegal immigration and employment Saturday, pledging to start deporting offenders as soon as he is sworn in should he become the White House's next occupant. Trump all the while courted the black vote, claiming that the shooting of basketball star Dwyane Wade's cousin will make African Americans support him, but the move instead triggered a firestorm of criticism. "On Day One, I am going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country – including removing the hundreds of thousands of criminal illegal immigrants that have been released into US communities under the Obama-Clinton administration," Trump told supporters in Des Moines, Iowa.


Tim McGraw surprises Philadelphia wedding

Tim McGraw surprises Philadelphia wedding One country music megastar had guests at a Philadelphia wedding thinking "I like it, I love it" Saturday night.


Wallabies coach bags ref after loss to New Zealand

All Blacks Ben Smith, left, is tackled by Australia's Quade Cooper during the Rugby Championship test played at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. (Mark Mitchell/New Zealand Herald via AP) WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Australia coach Michael Cheika launched a blistering attack on referee Romain Poite after his team lost to New Zealand 29-9 on Saturday, saying he was "bitterly disappointed" at the Frenchman's treatment of Wallabies captain Stephen Moore.


UFC Fight Night: Maia stops Condit in Vancouver

Demian Maia, right, of Brazil, celebrates after defeating Carlos Condit, of the United States, during a welterweight bout during a UFC Fight Night event in Vancouver, British Columbia, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP) VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Demian Maia backed up his calls for a welterweight title shot with an early submission victory over Carlos Condit in the main event of UFC Fight Night at Rogers Arena on Saturday night.


8 troops killed in suspected rebel attack in north Paraguay

Members of the Paraguayan Army patrol near where suspected members of a little-known rebel group killed eight soldiers in Arroyito town, in northern Paraguay, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. Authorities suspect the attack was carried out by the Paraguayan People's Army. (AP Photo/Aldo Rojas) ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) — Suspected members of a little-known rebel group killed eight soldiers in an attack in northern Paraguay on Saturday, just days after guerrillas and officials in Colombia reached a peace deal to end the longest-running insurgency in Latin America.


Irish Olympic scam suspect freed pending probe - lawyer

A business identification card belonging to Kevin Mallon, director of British hospitality firm THG Sports, is displayed during a press conference at the City Police's station in Benfica, north of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on August 8, 2016 Brazilian authorities have provisionally released an Irish businessman held over an alleged ticket scam at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, one of his lawyers said. Kevin Mallon, director of British hospitality firm THG, had been held in a Rio prison since his arrest on August 5. Police said at the time that they seized hundreds of tickets from Mallon which they suspect were offered for sale for thousands of dollars.


Volunteers give kiss of life as Laos road tolls mount

Vientiane Rescue volunteers help an injured motorcycle driver following a drink-driving accident in Laos Vientiane (AFP) - "Look at me, stay with us," the paramedics shout as a barely conscious motorcyclist is bundled into a volunteer ambulance in the Laotian capital Vientiane, where rampant drink driving brings nightly carnage to the roads. Founded in 2010 by a group of foreigners, "Vientiane Rescue" is a lifeline for those in need of urgent medical care. Poorly maintained roads, dilapidated vehicles, an increase in motorcycle use and the widespread prevalence of drink driving makes Vientiane one of Asia's most precarious capitals for road deaths.


Bradford's big night gives Eagles 33-23 win at Indianapolis

Bradford's big night gives Eagles 33-23 win at Indianapolis Sam Bradford continues making his pitch to be the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback.


Son beat parents to death inside West Deptford, N.J. home, police say

Son beat parents to death inside West Deptford, N.J. home, police say Autopsies completed Saturday confirm that a West Deptford couple found dead in their home Friday morning were beaten to death.


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