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Canada's peacekeeping pledges will have a 'big impact': UN

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (2nd left) shakes hands with Canadian military instructors participating in Ukrainian military exercises at the International Peacekeeping and Security Center in Yavoriv, near Lviv, on July 12, 2016 The United Nations on Friday applauded Canada's decision to commit 600 troops and funding to peacekeeping, saying it will have a big impact. UN officials will quickly begin talks with Ottawa to nail down the specific details of the contribution, which could also include helicopters, desperately needed for the UN mission in Mali. "This will have a big impact," said UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric.


Canada's peacekeeping pledges will have a 'big impact': UN

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (2nd left) shakes hands with Canadian military instructors participating in Ukrainian military exercises at the International Peacekeeping and Security Center in Yavoriv, near Lviv, on July 12, 2016 The United Nations on Friday applauded Canada's decision to commit 600 troops and funding to peacekeeping, saying it will have a big impact. UN officials will quickly begin talks with Ottawa to nail down the specific details of the contribution, which could also include helicopters, desperately needed for the UN mission in Mali. "This will have a big impact," said UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric.


Morales sees 'conspiracy' in Bolivia minister's murder

Recent picture of Bolivian deputy interior minister Rodolfo Illanes taken in La Paz, who was killed on August 25, 2016 by miners after kidnapped him to demand labor law changes, the government said Bolivian President Evo Morales said Friday there was a "political conspiracy" against his government after protesting miners allegedly kidnapped, tortured and beat to death a deputy minister who tried to negotiate with them. Defense Minister Reymi Ferreira broke down in tears on national TV describing how miners allegedly bludgeoned Deputy Interior Minister Rodolfo Illanes to death Thursday after he tried to hold talks with them at a roadblock they had set up in the western highland town of Panduro. The brutal killing, which shocked the country, is also politically troubling for Morales, a leftist and labor leader who sees himself as a champion of unions and workers.


Morales sees 'conspiracy' in Bolivia minister's murder

Recent picture of Bolivian deputy interior minister Rodolfo Illanes taken in La Paz, who was killed on August 25, 2016 by miners after kidnapped him to demand labor law changes, the government said Bolivian President Evo Morales said Friday there was a "political conspiracy" against his government after protesting miners allegedly kidnapped, tortured and beat to death a deputy minister who tried to negotiate with them. Defense Minister Reymi Ferreira broke down in tears on national TV describing how miners allegedly bludgeoned Deputy Interior Minister Rodolfo Illanes to death Thursday after he tried to hold talks with them at a roadblock they had set up in the western highland town of Panduro. The brutal killing, which shocked the country, is also politically troubling for Morales, a leftist and labor leader who sees himself as a champion of unions and workers.


Photograph of separated elderly Canada couple gets attention

In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 photo provided by Ashley Bartyik, her grandparents Wolfram and Anita Gottschalk of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, cry as they say goodbye near the end of a visit with each other in Wolfram's elderly care home in Surrey. The couple, who are in their 80s, were separated into two different care homes a half an hour apart after 62 years of marriage because no beds were available together. (Ashley Bartyik via AP) VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — A photograph of a wheelchair-bound, crying elderly Canadian couple separated into two different care homes after 62 years of marriage because no beds were available together has received international attention.


Russia's luxury gifts for Olympic medalists spark dispute

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, center, poses with Russian Olympic medalists at a presentation ceremony of BMW cars in the Kremlin, with the Spassky Tower in the background, in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. Russia gave out dozens of BMW luxury cars to its Olympic medalists Thursday. (Yekaterina Shtukina/Sputnik, Government Pool Photo via AP) MOSCOW (AP) — Luxury cars, apartments, even a racehorse — being an Olympic medalist in Russia can come with great material rewards but also controversy.


USDA finds deadly bird flu strain in wild duck in Alaska

The same strain of avian flu that led to the deaths of about 50 million birds in the United States last year has been found in a wild duck in Alaska, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Friday. The strain, H5N2, has not been found in any wild birds or poultry raised for commercial production in the United States since June 2015, according to the agency.

Milk price rise fails to placate French farmers

Dairy producers remove Lactalis dairy products from shelves at a supermarket in northwestern France, on August 25, 2016 Heated talks between French farmers and Europe's biggest dairy group Lactalis resumed Friday after Lactalis said it would raise milk prices in a bid to repair relations. France's ministry for agriculture and the farmers' unions said the talks had resumed in the northwestern city of Laval, where angry farmers have been protesting since Monday. Producers said early Friday that it was up to Lactalis to come up with a new offer which the group did, raising prices by 15 euros ($17) per 1,000 litres (250 gallons) from September 1.


The colonel's secret recipe revealed? Not so fast, says KFC

NEW YORK (AP) — Has Colonel Sanders' nephew inadvertently revealed to the world the secret blend of 11 herbs and spices behind KFC's fried chicken empire?

Italy mourns quake dead as hope for survivors wanes

Italian boy scouts help to carry the coffins of earthquake victims, in a gymnasium arranged in a chapel of rest on August 26, 2016, in Ascoli Piceno The first funerals for victims of the devastating earthquake that hit central Italy this week were held Friday as the country prepared for an emotionally charged day of mourning. British media, citing an official in Amatrice, said three Britons had died, including a 14-year-old boy. Romania reported two of its nationals, who were resident in Italy, had died.


Uber wins halt to N.Y. price-fixing lawsuit during appeal

An illustration picture shows the logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone next to the picture of an official German taxi sign A federal judge on Friday granted a request by Uber Technologies Inc and its chief executive officer to put a passenger's price-fixing lawsuit against them on hold, while they appeal his refusal to let them arbitrate the dispute. Calling his decision a "close call," U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan said the defendants had not made a "strong showing" that their appeal would likely succeed, though they would face irreparable harm if arbitration were wrongfully denied. In his proposed nationwide class-action lawsuit, Meyer said Uber and CEO Travis Kalanick violated antitrust laws by conspiring with drivers to charge high "surge-pricing" fares during periods of heavy demand.


Uber wins halt to N.Y. price-fixing lawsuit during appeal

An illustration picture shows the logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone next to the picture of an official German taxi sign A federal judge on Friday granted a request by Uber Technologies Inc and its chief executive officer to put a passenger's price-fixing lawsuit against them on hold, while they appeal his refusal to let them arbitrate the dispute. Calling his decision a "close call," U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan said the defendants had not made a "strong showing" that their appeal would likely succeed, though they would face irreparable harm if arbitration were wrongfully denied. In his proposed nationwide class-action lawsuit, Meyer said Uber and CEO Travis Kalanick violated antitrust laws by conspiring with drivers to charge high "surge-pricing" fares during periods of heavy demand.


Amber Alert in Pa. for missing 3-year-old girl

Amber Alert in Pa. for missing 3-year-old girl Pennsylvania State Police have issued an Amber Alert in our region for a missing 3-year-old girl.


Judge in Redstone hearing urges attorneys to reach agreements

Sumner Redstone arrives at premiere of The Guilt Trip in Los Angeles A Massachusetts judge on Friday told attorneys to see if they could agree to resolve at least parts of a lingering family dispute over the fate of the empire built by Sumner Redstone, the controlling shareholder of Viacom Inc . Judge George Phelan gave the instruction before declaring a break in a hearing on Friday that is part of the ongoing legal saga over whether Redstone was mentally competent when he removed former Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and board member George Abrams from a trust that will determine the fate of his media empire. The proceedings likely will not affect the removal of Dauman and Abrams from Viacom and Redstone's trust, according to people familiar with the situation.


Judge in Redstone hearing urges attorneys to reach agreements

Sumner Redstone arrives at premiere of The Guilt Trip in Los Angeles A Massachusetts judge on Friday told attorneys to see if they could agree to resolve at least parts of a lingering family dispute over the fate of the empire built by Sumner Redstone, the controlling shareholder of Viacom Inc . Judge George Phelan gave the instruction before declaring a break in a hearing on Friday that is part of the ongoing legal saga over whether Redstone was mentally competent when he removed former Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and board member George Abrams from a trust that will determine the fate of his media empire. The proceedings likely will not affect the removal of Dauman and Abrams from Viacom and Redstone's trust, according to people familiar with the situation.


Bomb disposal squad deployed in central England after arrests

An army bomb disposal team was deployed to an area in Birmingham, central England, on Friday after police arrested five men on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism. The West Midlands police force said as a result of one of the arrests, an army bomb disposal team had been called in as a precautionary measure to the Lee Bank area of Birmingham. The Fire Brigade said it had been assisting the police with the operation.

Case for rate hike strengthening, Yellen says

Janet Yellen said the case for an interest rate increase has strengthened in recent months Justifications for an interest rate increase in the United States have grown in recent months, US Fed chief Janet Yellen said Friday. In an address to a central banking symposium at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Yellen took note of strong job growth, saying gradual increases in the Fed's benchmark rate in the coming years should be expected. "In light of the continued solid performance of the labor market and our outlook for economic activity and inflation, I believe the case for an increase in the federal funds rate has strengthened in recent months," Yellen said, according to her prepared remarks.


Lawmaker calls for state investment at military facilities

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Democratic Rhode Island lawmaker wants the state to put money into an empty fund created to support its military facilities and defense industry.

Action News talks to Carlos Ruiz after trade

Action News talks to Carlos Ruiz after trade Action News was at the Philadelphia International Airport on Friday morning to catch up with Carlos Ruiz.


Several French mayors stick to burkini ban despite court ruling

Tunisian women, one (L) wearing a "burkini", a full-body swimsuit designed for Muslim women, walking in the water at Ghar El Melh beach near Bizerte, north-east of the capital Tunis on August 16, 2016 Marseille (AFP) - Several mayors in southeast France on Friday said they would maintain their bans on the Islamic burkini swimsuit despite a ruling by France's highest administrative court to suspend the measures.


The Latest: New Mexico governor: Girl death worst she's seen

A memorial for a 10-year-old girl who police said was sexually assaulted, strangled then dismembered is seen at an Albuquerque, N.M., apartment building Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. On the day the girl was going to celebrate her 10th birthday, she was found dead Wednesday in her family's apartment by Albuquerque police, her dismembered remains lying under a burning blanket. The girl's mother, 35-year-old Michelle Martens, her 31-year-old boyfriend, Fabian Gonzales, and his 31-year-old cousin, Jessica Kelley, are facing charges. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The Latest on the gruesome killing of a 10-year-old girl from Albuquerque, New Mexico (all times local):


Ackman approached to buy Herbalife shares owned by Icahn

Activist investor Bill Ackman, chief executive of Pershing Square walks on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Ackman, who has bet more than $1 billion against Herbalife, said on CNBC that Icahn's planned stake sale would accelerate the company's downfall. Carl is what creates the confidence in the company. With Carl exiting, I think the thing is over, and over quickly.


Airline praises pilot who stopped drunk co-pilot from flying

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A charter airline is praising a pilot who blew the whistle on a co-pilot he suspected of being drunk before a plane was scheduled to take off from an airport in northern Michigan.

White House says Obama will donate to Kayla Mueller charity

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says President Barack Obama plans to donate to the foundation honoring Kayla Mueller (MYOO'-lur), an American killed by Islamic State militants last year.

UN panel decries rise of racist crimes in UK after EU vote

GENEVA (AP) — A U.N. panel has criticized "anti-immigrant and xenophobic rhetoric" that some British political figures used to foment prejudices ahead of the country's vote to leave the European Union.

Sheriff: Accused face-biting killer regains consciousness

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Investigators say a Florida college student accused of randomly killing a couple and biting the dead husband's face has regained consciousness.

FDA recommends Zika testing for all blood donated in U.S.

File photo shows an Aedes aegypti mosquito inside a test tube as part of a research on preventing the spread of the Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases at a control and prevention center in Guadalupe, neighbouring Monterrey (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended on Friday that all blood donated in the United States and its territories be tested for Zika virus, as it moves to prevent transmission of the virus through the blood supply. The agency's move to expand its previous guideline for blood screening comes after Florida officials on Tuesday announced the first case of Zika transmitted by mosquitoes in Pinellas County, some 265 miles from Miami, where the first locally transmitted U.S. cases were reported. The FDA last month ordered blood banks in Florida's two most densely populated counties - Miami-Dade County and Broward County - to stop collecting blood.


Town rallies around Jewish family hit by swastika graffiti

In this Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, shows Esther Cohen-Eskin's garbage can that was defaced with a large swastika and then she repainted as a flower in Havertown, Pa. The neighborhood has rallied around the Jewish family and also painted their trashcans to show their support. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) HAVERTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A Jewish woman in suburban Philadelphia woke up last week to a spray-painted swastika on her trash bin — and now her neighbors and hundreds of strangers from across the world are rallying to support her by painting their garbage cans with flowers, hearts, birds and butterflies.


Fed's Yellen says case for interest rate hike has strengthened

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen attends a news conference after chairing the second day of a two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee to set interest rates in Washington The case for a U.S. interest rate hike has strengthened in recent months, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said on Friday in a speech that left the door open for such a move as early as next month. Yellen, speaking at an international gathering of central bankers and academics in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, did not say when the U.S. central bank would raise borrowing costs, and investors remained skeptical that such a move was imminent.


Judge refuses to suspend Calif. law allowing physician-assisted suicide

A California judge on Friday refused to suspend a new state law allowing physician-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients but allowed a lawsuit challenging the legislation to proceed. A group of doctors in Riverside, east of Los Angeles, are seeking in a lawsuit to overturn the so-called California End of Life Option, which was passed by the state legislature last year and went into effect in June. Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel Ottolia declined a request by attorneys for the doctors for a preliminary injunction that would have suspended the law while the lawsuit proceeds in court.

Road closures for Made in America festival announced; begin Sunday

Road closures for Made in America festival announced; begin Sunday Philadelphia officials announced the road closures that will be in effect for the 'Made in America' festival on Labor Day weekend.


The Latest: Serena says her shoulder starting to feel better

FILE - In this Aug. 7, 2016, file photo, Serena Williams, of the United States, reaches for a return against Daria Gavrilova, of Australia, at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The first round of the U.S. Open tennis tournament is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 29. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File) NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. Open, which starts Monday (all times local):


Two plead guilty in 2014 armed standoff at Bundy ranch in Nevada

Protesters gather at the Bureau of Land Management's base camp near Bunkerville, Nevada Jerry DeLemus, 61, and Blaine Cooper, 36, pleaded guilty during separate hearings on Thursday in federal court in Las Vegas, according to court records and a statement from prosecutors. The standoff, which began when federal agents seized cattle at Bundy's ranch over unpaid grazing fees, came to symbolize opposition to federal management of public lands in the American West.


Maine governor leaves obscene voicemail on lawmaker's phone

FILE- In this June 7, 2016, file photo, Maine Gov. Paul LePage attends an opioid abuse conference in Boston. LePage is being accused again of making racially insensitive comments, this time by saying photos he's collected in a binder of drug dealers arrested in the state show more than 90 percent of them are black or Hispanic. The governor made the remark at a town hall in North Berwick, Maine, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File) PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Republican Gov. Paul LePage unleashed an obscene tirade on a Democratic legislator, leaving him a voicemail message that said "I am after you" and telling reporters he wished it were 1825 so he could challenge the lawmaker to a duel and point a gun between his eyes.


Maine governor leaves obscene voicemail on lawmaker's phone

FILE- In this June 7, 2016, file photo, Maine Gov. Paul LePage attends an opioid abuse conference in Boston. LePage is being accused again of making racially insensitive comments, this time by saying photos he's collected in a binder of drug dealers arrested in the state show more than 90 percent of them are black or Hispanic. The governor made the remark at a town hall in North Berwick, Maine, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File) PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Republican Gov. Paul LePage unleashed an obscene tirade on a Democratic legislator, leaving him a voicemail message that said "I am after you" and telling reporters he wished it were 1825 so he could challenge the lawmaker to a duel and point a gun between his eyes.


Texas man charged with beheading wife after police visit

BELLMEAD, Texas (AP) — Police say a Texas man is accused of beheading his wife just hours after officers visited the couple for a welfare check.

Evacuation begins from Daraya, symbol of Syria revolt

Syrian government troops stand guard as a bus carrying people drives by, as part of an evacuation from the town of Daraya outside the capital Damascus on August 26, 2016 Rebels and civilians, many in tears, began evacuating the Syrian town of Daraya on Friday after a four-year army siege, in a blow for the beleaguered opposition. The evacuation came after a deal struck by President Bashar al-Assad's government and opposition forces in the town, which is near Damascus and was one of the first to rise up against the regime. The fighters and their families left the devastated town aboard buses escorted by ambulances and Red Crescent vehicles, an AFP reporter said.


Evacuation begins from Daraya, symbol of Syria revolt

Syrian government troops stand guard as a bus carrying people drives by, as part of an evacuation from the town of Daraya outside the capital Damascus on August 26, 2016 Rebels and civilians, many in tears, began evacuating the Syrian town of Daraya on Friday after a four-year army siege, in a blow for the beleaguered opposition. The evacuation came after a deal struck by President Bashar al-Assad's government and opposition forces in the town, which is near Damascus and was one of the first to rise up against the regime. The fighters and their families left the devastated town aboard buses escorted by ambulances and Red Crescent vehicles, an AFP reporter said.


The Latest: Trump unveils 'America First' mobile app

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign event at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nev., Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):


Police seek man who posed as Uber driver, attacked woman

ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta police investigating a woman's report that she was sexually assaulted by an Uber driver say they now believe the suspect posed as a driver to lure her into his car, the most recent of several attacks by phony Uber drivers around the nation.
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