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Relatives scour crime-plagued Mexico state for students

Family members of missing students meet with state policemen before a joint operation with navy, army, and ministerial policemen to search for their relatives, in Iguala, Guerrero state, Mexico, October 1, 2014 Iguala de la Independencia (Mexico) (AFP) - Desperate relatives of 43 missing Mexican students knocked on doors of homes Wednesday, handing out pictures of the aspiring teachers who vanished after a deadly police shooting last weekend.


Young 'Chavista' lawmaker killed in Venezuela

By Deisy Buitrago CARACAS (Reuters) - A "Chavista" ruling party lawmaker was killed on Wednesday in Venezuela's latest high-profile violent crime. Robert Serra and his partner, Maria Herrera, were found dead in his home in the poor La Pastora neighborhood of the capital, Caracas, state news agency AVN reported. "They were vilely killed here in their house, a two-storied house, on the ground floor lay the woman and on the upper floor lay Robert Serra," Interior and Justice Minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres told state television. ...

BNP expel former leader Griffin

Then British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin speaks to the media during a demonstration in central London, on June 1, 2013 London (AFP) - Nick Griffin was on Wednesday expelled from the British National Party, three months after stepping down as leader of the far-right group following disastrous results at the European Parliament elections.


BNP expel former leader Griffin

Then British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin speaks to the media during a demonstration in central London, on June 1, 2013 London (AFP) - Nick Griffin was on Wednesday expelled from the British National Party, three months after stepping down as leader of the far-right group following disastrous results at the European Parliament elections.


Millions across India join cleanliness campaign

NEW DELHI (AP) — Millions of schoolchildren, officials and ordinary people pick up brooms and dustpans to join a countrywide campaign to clean parks, public buildings and streets.

Bail hearing postponed for suspect in Virginia student's disappearance

(Reuters) - A bail hearing for the suspect charged in the disappearance of 18-year-old University of Virginia sophomore Hannah Graham was rescheduled for Dec. 4, his attorney said on Wednesday. Jesse Matthew, 32, was initially scheduled to appear before the Charlottesville General District Court on Thursday through a video link. His attorney, Jim Camblos, said he requested the postponement. Police in Charlottesville, Virginia, have charged Matthew in the disappearance of Graham, who was last seen with him on Sept. 13. ...

Gulf Arabs demand return of state authority in Yemen

A man walks past vehicles moved by Shi'ite Houthi rebels inside a school compound that was taken over by them, during recent fighting with government forces in Sanaa DUBAI (Reuters) - Gulf Arab states have demanded the restoration of government authority in Yemen, issuing a thinly veiled criticism of rebels with ties to Iran who have taken control of the capital, Sanaa. Fighters from the Shi'ite Muslim Houthi movement seized Sanaa on Sept. 21 after overrunning an army brigade affiliated to the moderate Islamist Islah party, making them effectively the power brokers in the country. ...


Correction: Japan-Volcano-Survivors story

TOKYO (AP) — In a Sept. 30 story about the survivors of Japan's volcanic eruption, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a Japanese prefecture. The correct name is Nagano, not Nagao.

Australia lifts Ebola donation to $16 million

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia more than doubled its donation to the fight against Ebola in West Africa to 18 million Australian dollars ($16 million) on Thursday, but resisted demands to send personnel.

A look at changes in college prep history courses

In this Sept. 29, 2014 photo, students protest against a Jefferson County School Board proposal to emphasize patriotism and downplay civil unrest in the teaching of U.S. history, in front of their school, Jefferson High, in the Denver suburb of Edgewater, Colo. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) DENVER (AP) — Colorado students and teachers are protesting a school board's attempt to change the new way some history college prep classes are being taught and tested.


Tokyo stocks tumble as weak global data spook markets; yen gains

An employee of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) places his hand next to the TSE logo at the bourse in Tokyo By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese stocks were knocked hard on Thursday as weak global manufacturing activity and an Ebola health scare in the United States spooked world markets, sending investors scurrying to the safety of U.S. bonds, the yen and gold. The gloom is seen keeping Europe on the defensive, with spreadbetters forecasting Britain's FTSE and Germany's DAX each to drop as much as 0.2 percent, and France's CAX to start 0.1 percent lower. ...


China warns of chaos if Hong Kong protests persist

An aerial view shows a thinned crowd of pro-democracy student protesters continuing to occupy the streets around the government complex in Hong Kong, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. Raising the stakes in their standoff with the authorities, Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters threatened to occupy key government buildings unless the territory's top official resigns by the end of the day Thursday. (AP Photo/Wally Santana) HONG KONG (AP) — China warned of "chaos" and threw its weight behind Hong Kong's embattled leader in his face-off with pro-democracy protesters who have threatened to occupy government offices unless he steps down by the end of Thursday.


Top Asian News at 5:30 a.m. GMT

HONG KONG (AP) — Raising the stakes in their standoff with the authorities, Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters threatened to occupy key government buildings unless the territory's top official resigns by the end of the day Thursday. The Chinese government, meanwhile, appeared to be losing patience. An editorial solemnly read Wednesday on state TV said all Hong Kong residents should support authorities in their efforts to "deploy police enforcement decisively" and "restore the social order in Hong Kong as soon as possible."

Q&A: What are students in Colorado protesting?

DENVER (AP) — A fight in Colorado over how United States' history is taught has pitted the new conservative majority on a suburban Denver school board against students and teachers who accuse the board of censorship.

History fight coming to a head in suburban Denver

In this Sept. 23, 2014 photo, protesting Pamona High School students, left to right, Ciana Vrtikapa, Tori Suyak, and Becca Ferris engage with passing motorists in a busy intersection near their school, during a multi-school protest against a Jefferson County School Board proposal to emphasize patriotism and downplay civil unrest in the teaching of U.S. history, in Arvada, Colo. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) DENVER (AP) — A fight in Colorado over how United States history is taught is coming to a head in suburban Denver on Thursday with students and teachers expected to pack a school board meeting where the controversial changes could face a vote.


Japan, S.Korea agree to work towards warmer ties

(L-R) South Korean President Park Geun-hye, US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hold a trilateral meeting in The Hague on March 25, 2014 Tokyo (AFP) - Japan and South Korea pledged Thursday to work towards the celebration of half a century of normal diplomatic ties, the latest in a series of baby steps as frosty ties gradually thaw.


Japan, S.Korea agree to work towards warmer ties

(L-R) South Korean President Park Geun-hye, US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hold a trilateral meeting in The Hague on March 25, 2014 Tokyo (AFP) - Japan and South Korea pledged Thursday to work towards the celebration of half a century of normal diplomatic ties, the latest in a series of baby steps as frosty ties gradually thaw.


Secret Service Director Julia Pierson Resigns

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, who has been skewered by critics over the Sept. 19 White House security breach, has resigned, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Radio Free Europe back on frontline over Ukraine

The headquarters of the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), pictured in Prague, Czech Republic, on May 12, 2009 Prague (AFP) - A quarter century after it helped topple totalitarian Communist regimes in eastern Europe, the US-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is duelling Moscow again, this time in a media war over the Ukraine crisis.


Taliban bomber in Afghan capital targets army bus, kills three

Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide bomb attack in Kabul KABUL (Reuters) - A Taliban suicide bomber targeted an Afghan army bus in Kabul on Thursday, killing three people and wounding 10, the interior ministry said, the fourth high-profile attack in the capital since Monday when the new president was sworn in. The militant Islamist group claimed responsibility and its reclusive leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, urged Afghans to wage jihad to establish a Islamic rule in Afghanistan, calling the election a "publicity stunt". ...


Minneapolis community fights recruiters for jihad

In this Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 photo, Abdirizak Bihi, right, executive director of the Somali Education and Social Advocacy Center, spends time with kids playing soccer at Currie Park in Minneapolis, near a large Somali community in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood. While Bihi strolls through the neighborhood parks, he is on the lookout for anyone who might be trying to recruit the city's young Somalis to join jihad in Syria. (AP Photo/Craig Lassig) MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Every evening after work, Abdirizak Bihi strolls through neighborhood parks where young Somalis shoot hoops and play soccer. He tells jokes, urges them to clean up their trash and even grabs the basketball to take a few shots.


Filipinos express support for Hong Kong protest

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Filipinos opposed to Chinese claims in the South China Sea have expressed support for the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, saying Beijing should not use force to stop the protests in the global financial hub or in resolving its territorial disputes with the Philippines.

Tesla factory near Reno is bet old Nevada will meet the new

Electrician Scronce carries conduits at the construction site of a battery systems plant at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center in McCarran, Nevada By Sharon Bernstein RENO Nevada (Reuters) - Lance Gilman bounced his white GMC truck up a hill in the high desert country east of Reno, Nevada, and paused at the top to survey his property. Spread out below lay the 165-square-mile Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center, about the size of Rhode Island. "There's a tsunami coming in," Gilman said, referring to the businesses, developers and workers he envisions occupying the place some day. ...


Tesla factory near Reno is bet old Nevada will meet the new

Electrician Scronce carries conduits at the construction site of a battery systems plant at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center in McCarran, Nevada By Sharon Bernstein RENO Nevada (Reuters) - Lance Gilman bounced his white GMC truck up a hill in the high desert country east of Reno, Nevada, and paused at the top to survey his property. Spread out below lay the 165-square-mile Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center, about the size of Rhode Island. "There's a tsunami coming in," Gilman said, referring to the businesses, developers and workers he envisions occupying the place some day. ...


Ebola worries could keep some Dallas students home

Dallas Independent School District superintendent Mike Miles, right, speaks as Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings looks on during a news conference at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Authorities say five students who had contact with a man diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas are being monitored but are showing no symptoms of the disease. (AP Photo/LM Otero) DALLAS (AP) — Some parents have temporarily removed their children from Dallas schools after learning that five students may have come into contact with the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S.


Firm says phone apps spy on Hong Kong protesters

HONG KONG (AP) — The Chinese government might be using smartphone apps to spy on pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, a U.S. security firm says.

Firm says phone apps spy on Hong Kong protesters

HONG KONG (AP) — The Chinese government might be using smartphone apps to spy on pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, a U.S. security firm says.

Dallas ER sent Ebola-infected patient home

Map shows Ebola victim flight across Atlantic; 2c x 3 inches; 96.3 mm x 76 mm; DALLAS (AP) — A Dallas emergency room sent a man with Ebola home last week, even though he told a nurse that he had been in disease-ravaged West Africa, and officials at the hospital are considering if they would have acted differently had the entire medical staff been aware.


Merkel tells Putin Moscow has duty to temper separatists in Ukraine

German Chancellor Merkel speaks to media at CDU headquarters in Berlin BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a phone call on Wednesday that Moscow had a duty to temper pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine, a spokesman for the German government said. "The German chancellor emphasized the responsibility Russia has to exert a moderating influence on pro-Russian separatists. She said the negotiated ceasefire needs to finally be respected in its entirety," Steffen Seibert said in a statement. He said the leaders had expressed concern that violence was still being used in Ukraine every day. ...


Man, hostage dead after Southern Calif. standoff

HIGHLAND, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say a hostage standoff at a San Bernardino County home ended with the shooting deaths of a woman and a man who was holding her hostage. Two small children also held hostage came away safe.

Obama seeks to restore trust with disappointed Latinos

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during his meeting with India's PM Narendra Modi at the White House in Washington By Richard Cowan and Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After enraging Latino voters last month by delaying promised immigration reforms, President Barack Obama is expected to assure Hispanic-American lawmakers on Thursday that he is on their side and help is on the way. Obama, who for the past two years missed the annual gala held by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, will return to the group and reiterate his ongoing commitment to immigration reform, according to a White House official. ...


Obama seeks to restore trust with disappointed Latinos

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during his meeting with India's PM Narendra Modi at the White House in Washington By Richard Cowan and Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After enraging Latino voters last month by delaying promised immigration reforms, President Barack Obama is expected to assure Hispanic-American lawmakers on Thursday that he is on their side and help is on the way. Obama, who for the past two years missed the annual gala held by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, will return to the group and reiterate his ongoing commitment to immigration reform, according to a White House official. ...


Turkey mulls action as IS jihadists near Syria border town

US Air Forces Central Command image shows a US Air Force B-1B Lancer prior to strike operations in Syria on September 27, 2014 Mursitpinar (Turkey) (AFP) - Islamic State fighters are pushing towards a key Kurdish town on Syria's border with Turkey, whose parliament is set on Thursday to consider authorising military intervention against the jihadists on its doorstep.


Turkey mulls action as IS jihadists near Syria border town

US Air Forces Central Command image shows a US Air Force B-1B Lancer prior to strike operations in Syria on September 27, 2014 Mursitpinar (Turkey) (AFP) - Islamic State fighters are pushing towards a key Kurdish town on Syria's border with Turkey, whose parliament is set on Thursday to consider authorising military intervention against the jihadists on its doorstep.


Civilization: Beyond Earth trailer marks a new beginning for civilization

Civilization: Beyond Earth trailer marks a new beginning for civilization A 10-minute gameplay trailer for Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth has hit, and it looks like the space-age take on the classic series makes some interesting changes to the formula.>


European Central Bank to detail stimulus plan

NAPLES, Italy (AP) — European Central Bank head Mario Draghi is expected Thursday to underline the bank's willingness to deploy more economic stimulus measures, a stance that could send the euro skidding even lower.

European Central Bank to detail stimulus plan

NAPLES, Italy (AP) — European Central Bank head Mario Draghi is expected Thursday to underline the bank's willingness to deploy more economic stimulus measures, a stance that could send the euro skidding even lower.

China visit shows strains with US over Hong Kong

Secretary of State John Kerry listens as Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi speaks to reporters before their meeting at the State Department in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) WASHINGTON (AP) — A visit by China's top diplomat intended to show growing U.S.-China cooperation has instead highlighted political differences between the two world powers as Washington spoke out about democracy protests gripping Hong Kong.


Microsoft's new NFL ads for Xbox are very funny

Microsoft's new NFL ads for Xbox are very funny "Very funny" and "NFL" haven't really gone together lately. Microsoft tries to change that.>


U.S. report cites safety lapses at New Mexico nuclear lab

By Laura Zuckerman (Reuters) - Chronic lapses in safety procedures at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico may have led to a radiation leak that has forced a prolonged shutdown across the state of the only permanent U.S. nuclear waste repository, federal inspectors said on Wednesday. The inspectors, in a sharply critical report, sought to explain how a barrel of plutonium-tainted debris from the nuclear weapons lab near Santa Fe ended up improperly packaged before it was shipped off for burial 300 miles away at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. ...
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