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SAfrican judge denies appeal for harsher Pistorius sentence

Judge Thokozile Masipa, reads her verdict during the state appeal hearing at the high court in Johannesburg, South Africa,Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. The State lost it's appeal after challenging a ruling by Judge Masipa against convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius who received six years for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe/POOL) JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African judge on Friday dismissed an appeal by prosecutors for a harsher against Oscar Pistorius who was found guilty of murder for killing his girlfriend in 2013.


Portugal starts World Cup qualifying without injured Ronaldo

LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Cristiano Ronaldo will sit out Portugal's first games since it won the European Championship as he continues his recovery from a knee injury sustained in that tournament's final.

Iran investigates young men at risk of being recruited by IS

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's intelligence minister says security officers have investigated more than 1,500 young men at risk of being recruited by the extremist Islamic State group.

Zimbabwe police fire tear gas, beat anti-Mugabe marchers: AFP

A supporter of the Zimbabwe opposition party Movement for Democratic Change Tsvangirai faction (MDC-T) throws back a tear gas canister during clashes with police in Harare on August 24, 2016 Riot police in Zimbabwe fired tear gas, beat up several people and blocked off the site of an opposition demonstration on Friday, an AFP correspondent said, the latest in a string of protests to hit the country. The rally -- which was authorised by a court -- was to demand electoral reforms before 2018 when 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled the southern African country for decades, will seek re-election. An AFP correspondent saw armed police firing tear gas at protesters who were gathered on the fringes of Harare's central business district while waiting for the court ruling to allow the march to go ahead.


New Syrian rebel advance against IS may take months, commander says

Turkish army tanks and Turkish-backed Syrian fighters make their way in the Syrian border town of Jarablus as it is pictured from the Turkish town of Karkamis By Tom Perry BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian rebels, who this week seized a strategic town from Islamic State, aim to move westward in the next phase of their Turkey-backed operation, an advance that could take weeks or months to complete, a rebel commander said. Colonel Ahmad Osman, head of the Sultan Murad group, also told Reuters the rebels did not wish to fight Kurdish forces that have advanced in northern Syria as part of a separate campaign against IS, but would do so if necessary. Sultan Murad is one of the main Syrian rebel groups taking part in the operation that on Wednesday drove IS from the border town of Jarablus with help from Turkish special forces, warplanes and tanks.


Brewer AB Inbev to cut thousands of jobs in takeover deal

FILE - In this Thursday, March 5, 2015, file photo, Budweiser beer cans are seen at a concession stand at McKechnie Field in Bradenton, Fla. A British court has ruled that two groups of SABMiller shareholders should vote separately on Anheuser-Busch InBev’s 79 billion pound ($104 million) takeover, effectively giving smaller investors the outside chance to derail the deal. he decision Tuesday, AUG. 23, 2016 is seen as a concession to smaller shareholders who complained that their payout plummeted in relation to larger investors after the pound fell following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File) BRUSSELS (AP) — The world's largest brewer, AB Inbev, expects to cut about 3 percent of its total workforce — equivalent to thousands of jobs — once it completes its huge takeover of its closest rival, SABMiller.


Belarus Olympic weightlifter faces ban over sample tampering

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — A Belarusian weightlifter who was mysteriously withdrawn from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics has been suspended for alleged "urine substitution" in a doping sample.

Lopetegui drops record-holder Casillas from Spain's squad

MADRID (AP) — New Spain coach Julen Lopetegui dropped longtime captain Iker Casillas on Friday for the start of 2018 World Cup qualifying.

Residents demand answers after water turns brown in Maple Shade, N.J.

Residents demand answers after water turns brown in Maple Shade, N.J. More than 100 people packed a Maple Shade Township meeting Thursday, a number of them bringing containers of filthy-colored water they say has been coming out of their faucets.


'Make Clemson Great Again': Alt-right conservative invited

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — An unofficial student group at Clemson University has rankled some by inviting alt-right conservative provocateur and Breitbart.com tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at the school during an event called "Make Clemson Great Again."

Woman brutally beaten during Chester home invasion; 2 suspects in custody

Woman brutally beaten during Chester home invasion; 2 suspects in custody A 49-year-old woman was brutally beaten during a violent home invasion in Chester, Pennsylvania.


Israeli troops kill suspected assailant in W.Bank: army

Israeli troops shot dead suspected Palestinian assailant in the West Bank village of Silwad Israeli troops shot dead a suspected Palestinian assailant at the entrance to the West Bank village of Silwad on Friday, the army said. "Forces identified a suspect running towards an (army) post in Silwad, northeast of Ramallah," a spokeswoman said. Silwad, close to the Jewish settlement of Ofra, is under constant stakeout by the Israeli army seeking to prevent attacks on passing settler traffic.


Israeli troops kill suspected assailant in W.Bank: army

Israeli troops shot dead suspected Palestinian assailant in the West Bank village of Silwad Israeli troops shot dead a suspected Palestinian assailant at the entrance to the West Bank village of Silwad on Friday, the army said. "Forces identified a suspect running towards an (army) post in Silwad, northeast of Ramallah," a spokeswoman said. Silwad, close to the Jewish settlement of Ofra, is under constant stakeout by the Israeli army seeking to prevent attacks on passing settler traffic.


Dozens of Baltimore County schools closing for heat

TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Dozens of Baltimore County schools that do not have air conditioning are closed Friday because of the heat.

France's top court set to rule on burkini ban

People hold a banner reading "No to the ban on burkinis" in front of Port-Leucate city hall in Leucate, southern France, on August 25, 2016 France's highest administrative court will decide Friday whether to overturn bans on wearing the full-body burkini swimsuit which have sparked controversy at home and abroad. The State Council has heard arguments from the Human Rights League and an anti-Islamophobia group which are seeking to reverse a decision by the southern town of Villeneuve-Loubet to ban the Islamic garment. The ruling, due at 3:00 pm (1300 GMT), is likely to set a precedent for around 30 French towns which have banned the burkini, mostly along the southeast coast.


France's top court set to rule on burkini ban

People hold a banner reading "No to the ban on burkinis" in front of Port-Leucate city hall in Leucate, southern France, on August 25, 2016 France's highest administrative court will decide Friday whether to overturn bans on wearing the full-body burkini swimsuit which have sparked controversy at home and abroad. The State Council has heard arguments from the Human Rights League and an anti-Islamophobia group which are seeking to reverse a decision by the southern town of Villeneuve-Loubet to ban the Islamic garment. The ruling, due at 3:00 pm (1300 GMT), is likely to set a precedent for around 30 French towns which have banned the burkini, mostly along the southeast coast.


Heavy flames damage apartment in Delaware

Heavy flames damage apartment in Delaware Firefighters battled heavy flames at an apartment in Newport, Delaware.


VW says sees limited impact of production stoppages on staff hours

VW presents new Beetle at "Sunshinetour 2016" BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen said the impact of production stoppages on staff hours caused by a dispute with two parts suppliers has been significantly reduced thanks to internal remedies.


The Latest: Turkish PM says EU refugee deal could collapse

A migrant child eats at a makeshift camp for migrants in Horgos, Serbia, meters away from Serbia's border with Hungary, Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. Officials say Hungary's police could join the Serbian troops patrolling the Balkan country's border with Macedonia or Bulgaria to help curb the influx of migrants trying to reach the European Union. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic) BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — The Latest on Europe's migration issues (all times local):


Tears as evacuation nears for symbol of Syria's revolt

An estimated 8,000 people remain in the town, despite a government siege lasting four years and regular regime bombardment Thousands of rebels and civilians, many in tears, prepared Friday to evacuate the Syrian town of Daraya after a four-year army siege, in a blow for the beleaguered opposition. The evacuation comes after a deal struck by President Bashar al-Assad's government and opposition forces in the town, which is close to the capital Damascus and was one of the first to rise up against his regime. "Seven hundred armed men with their personal weapons will leave Daraya to head to the (rebel-controlled) city of Idlib, while thousands of men and women with their families will be taken to reception centres," SANA said.


Tears as evacuation nears for symbol of Syria's revolt

An estimated 8,000 people remain in the town, despite a government siege lasting four years and regular regime bombardment Thousands of rebels and civilians, many in tears, prepared Friday to evacuate the Syrian town of Daraya after a four-year army siege, in a blow for the beleaguered opposition. The evacuation comes after a deal struck by President Bashar al-Assad's government and opposition forces in the town, which is close to the capital Damascus and was one of the first to rise up against his regime. "Seven hundred armed men with their personal weapons will leave Daraya to head to the (rebel-controlled) city of Idlib, while thousands of men and women with their families will be taken to reception centres," SANA said.


Prominent Florida eye doctor's health fraud trial delayed

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The trial on health care fraud charges has been delayed until spring for a prominent Florida eye doctor also linked to a corruption case against New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez.

Global equities set 2-week low before Yellen speech, dollar dips

Traders work at their desks in front of the German share price index DAX board in Frankfurt Global shares slipped to a two-week low and the dollar edged down on Friday as investors turned cautious before a keynote speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that could map out a clearer path for U.S. interest rates. The MSCI All-Country World index was down 0.1 percent by 1041 GMT, after slipping to its lowest level since Aug. 9 earlier in the session. Investors were wary of Yellen hinting at a near-term interest rate hike, which could divert some of the liquidity that has underpinned riskier assets worldwide, though others predicted she would strike a more equivocal note.


Icahn explored selling Herbalife stake to group that included Ackman: WSJ

An Herbalife logo is shown on a poster at a clinic in the Mission District in San Francisco Investment bank Jefferies Group has been on the hunt for about a month to find buyers for Icahn's 18.3 percent stake in Herbalife, the Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter. Jefferies and Herbalife were not immediately available for comment and Carl Icahn could not be immediately reached outside regular U.S. business hours.


Monte dei Paschi chairman says talks of CEO replacement are groundless

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena Chairman Profumo and CEO Viola attend a news conference in Siena The chief executive of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena Fabrizio Viola has the full backing of the lender's chairman and reports he will be replaced are groundless, the bank's chairman said on Friday. A report by Il Giornale daily cited financial sources as saying Viola would be removed. "The reports regarding a replacement of the CEO are completely unfounded," Massimo Tononi said in a statement.


Slain nuns leave void in Mississippi community they served

Durant Police Chief John Haynes, left, and assistant Police Chief James Lee reassure Lexington Medical Clinic employees Lisa Dew, right, and Viola Turner, seated, that the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation was giving the home of two slain Catholic nuns who worked as nurses at the clinic a through crime scene investigation, Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, in Durant. The clinic office manager and a Durant police officer discovered their bodies inside the house after both nuns did not report for work. Authorities said there were signs of a break-in and their vehicle was missing. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis) DURANT, Miss. (AP) — In the rural Mississippi community they served, two nuns found slain in their home "would do anything for anybody," friends said.


11 Turkish police killed in bombing blamed on PKK

Turkish police and firefighters parked near a destroyed police headquarters in Cizre, southeastern Turkey, after a car bombing on August 26, 2016 Eleven Turkish police officers were killed and 78 people injured Friday in a suicide truck bombing by suspected Kurdish rebels, three days into a two-pronged Turkish offensive against jihadists and Kurdish militia in neighbouring Syria. The early morning blast almost completely destroyed the police headquarters in the southeastern town of Cizre, just north of the Syrian border. "At 6:45 am (0345 GMT), a suicide attack with a vehicle laden with explosives was carried out by the PKK terror group on the building of anti-riot police," the provincial governor's office said in a statement.


11 Turkish police killed in bombing blamed on PKK

Turkish police and firefighters parked near a destroyed police headquarters in Cizre, southeastern Turkey, after a car bombing on August 26, 2016 Eleven Turkish police officers were killed and 78 people injured Friday in a suicide truck bombing by suspected Kurdish rebels, three days into a two-pronged Turkish offensive against jihadists and Kurdish militia in neighbouring Syria. The early morning blast almost completely destroyed the police headquarters in the southeastern town of Cizre, just north of the Syrian border. "At 6:45 am (0345 GMT), a suicide attack with a vehicle laden with explosives was carried out by the PKK terror group on the building of anti-riot police," the provincial governor's office said in a statement.


Virginia TV station marks 1 year since fatal on-air shooting

ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — A Virginia television station is marking a year since two journalists were fatally shot during a live broadcast watched by thousands of viewers.

Thierry Henry becomes Belgium assistant coach

Thierry Henry ended his association with Arsenal in July when the club told him he would have to give up his lucrative Sky Sports TV contract Former France star Thierry Henry has been named as the new assistant coach of Belgium, the national coach announced Roberto Martinez announced on Friday. "Thierry is an important figure. Henry, 39, finished his glittering playing career in 2014 with New York Red Bulls after previously starring for Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal and Barcelona.


Report: 11 civilians killed in airstrikes in northern Yemen

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen's rebel-run news agency says airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition have killed 11 civilians and wounded others in the northern city of Saada.

Hong Kong rules US short seller Left engaged in misconduct

HONG KONG (AP) — A Hong Kong tribunal has found that U.S. short-seller Andrew Left engaged in market misconduct by publishing false or misleading information about a Chinese property developer.

Turkey's resolve to fight militants increased by latest blast: president

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey's resolve to battle militants would only increase after Friday's attack on a police headquarters in the southeast of the country that he blamed on the outlawed militant group Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). Turkey was battling militants "at home and abroad", the president said in a statement, two days after Turkey launched an incursion against Islamic State and Kurdish militia fighters in Syria. (Reporting by Asli Kandemir and Nick Tattersall; Writing by Edmund Blair; Editing by David Dolan)

Rosberg tops Belgium GP session, Hamilton takes penalties

Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's German driver Nico Rosberg drives during the first practice session at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Spa on August 26, 2016 ahead of the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium) (AFP) - Nico Rosberg topped the times ahead of his Mercedes team-mate and world championship leader Lewis Hamilton in Friday morning's opening free practice for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. The 31-year-old German, seeking to take advantage of impending penalties that will relegate Hamilton to the back of the grid, clocked a best lap in one minute and 48.348 seconds in an uninspiring session run in hot conditions at the spectacular Spa circuit in the Ardennes. This left him seven-tenths of a second clear of Hamilton and third-placed Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari.


Burr sticks to low-key style in N. Carolina re-election bid

FILE - In this Jan. 15, 2015 file photo, Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Burr is sticking to his low-key style less than three months before his re-election bid despite an unfavorable climate for Republicans and a spirited campaign from his Democratic challenger, Deborah Ross. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File) RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Republican Sen. Richard Burr drives alone, steering his white 2013 Hyundai sedan to dozens of factory tours and other North Carolina stops. If there's a TV camera or a reporter, he'll talk. If not, he'll move on.


Burr sticks to low-key style in N. Carolina re-election bid

FILE - In this Jan. 15, 2015 file photo, Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Burr is sticking to his low-key style less than three months before his re-election bid despite an unfavorable climate for Republicans and a spirited campaign from his Democratic challenger, Deborah Ross. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File) RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Republican Sen. Richard Burr drives alone, steering his white 2013 Hyundai sedan to dozens of factory tours and other North Carolina stops. If there's a TV camera or a reporter, he'll talk. If not, he'll move on.


Kerry, Lavrov meet to finalize details of Syria cooperation deal

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov shake hands during a bilateral meeting focused on the Syrian crisis in Geneva By Lesley Wroughton and Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov met in Geneva on Friday to try to hammer out final details of a cooperation agreement on fighting Islamist militants in Syria. The hope is that a deal on fighting jihadists in Syria will help lead to a cessation of hostilities between the army and its militia allies on one side and non-jihadist rebels opposed to President Bashar al-Assad, as a step towards relaunching talks on a political transition to end the five-year Syrian conflict. The meeting between Lavrov and Kerry at a luxury hotel on Lake Geneva began shortly after 10 am (0800 GMT).


Asylum seekers and refugees donate money, help clearing up after Italian earthquake

By Pietro Lombardi LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Asylum seekers in Italy have rallied to help survivors of the earthquake that killed at least 250 people in Italy, donating money and helping to clear up after the disaster, charity workers said on Thursday. In the southern region of Calabria more than 70 refugees and asylum seekers gave up a daily allowance for personal expenses of 2 euros ($2.30) to help survivors. "Pictures and video of the earthquake made them think of the wars and disasters they fled from," Giovanni Maiolo, local coordinator of the SPRAR project (Protection System for Refugees and Asylum Seekers) told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Suicide truck bomb blamed on PKK kills 11 police in Turkey

Smoke rises from buildings at the site of a car bomb explosion at a police headquarters in Cizre By Dasha Afanasieva and Humeyra Pamuk ANKARA/KARKAMIS, Turkey (Reuters) - A suicide truck bombing at a police headquarters in Turkey's largely Kurdish southeast killed at least 11 and wounded dozens on Friday, two days after Turkey launched an incursion against Islamic State and Kurdish militia fighters in Syria. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said there was no doubt that the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has waged a three-decade insurgency for Kurdish autonomy, was responsible for the attack in Sirnak province, which borders Syria and Iraq. The bombing in the town of Cizre was the latest in a series of attacks since a ceasefire with the PKK collapsed more than a year ago, and comes as Turkey tries to recover from a failed July 15 military coup.


Car bomb attack in Turkey kills 11 police; 78 wounded

Car bomb attack in Turkey kills 11 police; 78 wounded Kurdish militants on Friday attacked a police checkpoint in southeast Turkey with an explosives-laden truck, killing at least 11 police officers and wounding 78 other people, officials and the state-run news agency said.


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