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U.S., Arab partners launch first strikes in Syria

An Islamic State militant stands next to residents as they hold pieces of wreckage from a Syrian war plane after it crashed in Raqqa, in northeast Syria By Missy Ryan and Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and several Gulf Arab allies have launched air and missile strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria, U.S. officials said, opening a new, far more complicated front in the battle against the militants. "I can confirm that U.S. military and partner nation forces are undertaking military action against (Islamic State) terrorists in Syria using a mix of fighter, bomber and Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles," Rear Admiral John Kirby, Pentagon press secretary, said in a statement on Monday. ...


Pentagon: US, partners begin airstrikes in Syria

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. and five Arab countries launched airstrikes Monday night on Islamic State group targets in Syria, expanding a military campaign into a country whose three-year civil war has given the brutal militant group a safe haven.

Pentagon: US, partners begin airstrikes in Syria

FILE - In this Sept. 2, 2014, file photo, Pentagon press secretary Navy Rear Adm. John Kirby speaks during a briefing at the Pentagon. The Pentagon on Monday night, Sept. 22, says the U.S. and partner nations have begun airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State militants, using a mix of fighter jets, bombers and Tomahawk missiles fired from ships in the region. Kirby says that because the military operation is ongoing, no details can be provided yet. He says the decision to strike was made early Monday by the military. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. and five Arab countries launched airstrikes Monday night on Islamic State group targets in Syria, expanding a military campaign into a country whose three-year civil war has given the brutal militant group a safe haven.


WHO: 21,000 Ebola cases by November if no changes

LONDON (AP) — New estimates from the World Health Organization warn the number of Ebola cases could hit 21,000 in six weeks unless efforts to curb the outbreak are ramped up.

Arab partners helping in strikes in Syria: U.S. official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Arab partners are helping in ongoing air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, a U.S. official told Reuters on Monday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The official declined to say which nations were involved or specify their roles. The Pentagon earlier on Monday confirmed that the United States and unspecified partner nations were carrying out the first air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, opening up a new, more complicated front against the militants. (Reporting by Phil Stewart; Editing by Ken Wills)

Strikes in Syria may include around 20 targets, official says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ongoing strikes by the United States and partner nations in Syria could include around 20 targets, a U.S. official said on Monday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The official said some of the strikes employed Tomahawk missiles launched from at least one U.S. ship at sea. The Pentagon earlier said some of the strikes were being carried out from the air, using a mix of fighter jets and bomber aircraft. (Reporting by Phil Stewart; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan)

Abbas: Will demand UN resolution to end occupation

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas acknowledges the audience after delivering a speech at Cooper Union, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow) NEW YORK (AP) — Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas said on Monday that he will demand an international resolution that would set a timetable for ending Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories when he speaks to the U.N. General Assembly this week.


US Airstrikes Under Way in Syria Against ISIS

American airstrikes against ISIS targets are under way in Syria, according to a Pentagon official.

Explosion at Chinese fireworks factory kills 12

In this Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 photo, a man looks after his wounded relative at a hospital after an explosion at a fireworks factory in Liling in south China's Hunan province. An explosion at a fireworks factory in southern China killed at least 12 people and injured dozens of others, the local government said Tuesday. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT BEIJING (AP) — An explosion at a fireworks factory in southern China killed 12 people and injured 33 others, the local government said Tuesday.


AccuWeather: A Cold First Night of Fall

AccuWeather: A Cold First Night of Fall Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says we'll end the week on a warm note.


1993 murder conviction overturned by DNA

1993 murder conviction overturned by DNA A savage murder more than two decades old took a new turn Monday when the man in prison for that crime had his conviction overturned.


Corbett, Wolf joust over taxes, finances in debate

Corbett, Wolf joust over taxes, finances in debate Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and Democratic nominee Tom Wolf jousted over taxes, state financial health and public school spending in the first debate in Pennsylvania's governor's race.


House signs off on Philadelphia schools cigarette tax measure

House signs off on Philadelphia schools cigarette tax measure A bill to provide crucial revenue for the cash-strapped Philadelphia School District has won approval from the state House of Representatives.


SEPTA receives $86.8 million grant

SEPTA receives $86.8 million grant SEPTA received a multi-million dollar financial boost on Monday from a federal grant.


US, Arab allies bomb IS jihadists in Syria

In this file photo downloaded from the US Navy website, taken on March 29, 2011, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Barry launches a Tomahawk cruise missile Washington (AFP) - The United States and Arab allies unleashed bombs and Tomahawk cruise missiles on Islamic State targets in eastern Syria early Tuesday, opening a new front in the fight against the jihadist group, defense officials said.


US, Arab allies bomb IS jihadists in Syria

In this file photo downloaded from the US Navy website, taken on March 29, 2011, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Barry launches a Tomahawk cruise missile Washington (AFP) - The United States and Arab allies unleashed bombs and Tomahawk cruise missiles on Islamic State targets in eastern Syria early Tuesday, opening a new front in the fight against the jihadist group, defense officials said.


Top Asian News at 3:30 a.m. GMT

BEIJING (AP) — An explosion at a fireworks factory in southern China killed 12 people and injured 33 others, the local government said Tuesday. Two people were also missing following Monday's blast, which shook Nanyang Export Fireworks Factory, the city of Liling in Hunan province said. It revised the injured toll down from 38 because it said five people who had been transferred between hospitals were counted twice.

Teen dead, another critical in shooting outside Einstein Medical Center

Teen dead, another critical in shooting outside Einstein Medical Center One teenager is dead and another is hospitalized after a shooting outside Einstein Medical Center in the Olney section of Philadelphia.


How the US has justified overseas military action

A look at the domestic legal justifications the U.S. has used for military action around the world:

Islamic State offensive poses problems for Turkey

SURUC, Turkey (AP) — Fierce fighting Monday between the Islamic State militant group and Kurdish forces just over the border in Syria brought the battle closer to Turkey, triggering a surge of tens of thousands of refugees and raising pressure for the government to step up efforts to take on the Sunni extremists. Meanwhile, the United States and five Arab countries launched the first airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State fighters.

Dole campaigns for Roberts in Kansas Senate race

Republican Sen. Pat Roberts listens while former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, right, speaks during a campaign stop at a mall in Dodge City, Kan, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Three-term incumbent Roberts is facing a challenge from independent candidate Greg Orman. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) DODGE CITY, Kansas (AP) — A newly upholstered chair and an American flag dominated Village Square Mall on the west side of Dodge City, the Kansas hometown of Sen. Pat Roberts, who is seeking re-election. But the man who took the seat — and who commanded the audience of more than 200 — wasn't Roberts.


China factory index ticks up, easing growth fears

HONG KONG (AP) — Growth in China's sprawling manufacturing industry unexpectedly ticked higher in September, according to a report Tuesday, easing concerns about the No. 2 economy's recovery.

China factory index ticks up, easing growth fears

HONG KONG (AP) — Growth in China's sprawling manufacturing industry unexpectedly ticked higher in September, according to a report Tuesday, easing concerns about the No. 2 economy's recovery.

Fox attacks 2nd grader, teacher during gym class

Fox attacks 2nd grader, teacher during gym class Four people were bitten by a fox on Monday, including a second grade boy who was attacked during an outdoor gym class, and the boy's gym teacher who ran to his aide and ripped the animal off him.


About 100 climate protesters arrested in march on Wall Street

New York City police officers arrest a man taking part in the Flood Wall Street demonstration in Lower Manhattan, New York By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Reuters) - About 100 protesters were arrested on Monday in New York City during a demonstration that at one point blocked streets near the stock exchange to denounce what organizers say is Wall Street's contribution to climate change. The demonstration, called Flood Wall Street, drew hundreds of protesters, and came a day after a bigger action that brought 310,000 people to the streets of New York in what activists described as the largest protest ever against climate change. ...


About 100 climate protesters arrested in march on Wall Street

New York City police officers arrest a man taking part in the Flood Wall Street demonstration in Lower Manhattan, New York By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Reuters) - About 100 protesters were arrested on Monday in New York City during a demonstration that at one point blocked streets near the stock exchange to denounce what organizers say is Wall Street's contribution to climate change. The demonstration, called Flood Wall Street, drew hundreds of protesters, and came a day after a bigger action that brought 310,000 people to the streets of New York in what activists described as the largest protest ever against climate change. ...


Abbas to propose new Mideast peace talks timetable at UN

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, pictured during a meeting of the Palestinian leadership in Ramallah, on September 11, 2014 New York (AFP) - Drawing parallels with the US fight for civil rights, Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas vowed to present a new timetable for peace talks with Israel when he addresses world leaders this week.


Abbas to propose new Mideast peace talks timetable at UN

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, pictured during a meeting of the Palestinian leadership in Ramallah, on September 11, 2014 New York (AFP) - Drawing parallels with the US fight for civil rights, Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas vowed to present a new timetable for peace talks with Israel when he addresses world leaders this week.


Trial opens for sheriff accused of 'road rage'

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A northern New Mexico sheriff abused his power when he unnecessarily chased a motorist and pointed his revolver to the driver's head in "a fit of road rage," a federal prosecutor said Monday.

How the US has justified overseas military action

A look at the domestic legal justifications the U.S. has used for military action around the world:

Amnesty blasts China's torture tool industry

In this undated photo supplied by Amnesty International, side handled and telescopic batons and spike batons are displayed at a police equipment exhibition, at an undisclosed location. Chinese production and export of police equipment primarily used for torture, such as electric shock wands and neck-and-wrist cuffs connected by a chain, has grown dramatically, enabling human rights violations at home and abroad, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. (AP Photo/Amnesty International) BEIJING (AP) — Chinese production and export of police equipment primarily used for torture, such as electric shock wands and neck-and-wrist cuffs connected by a chain, has grown dramatically, enabling human rights violations at home and abroad, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday.


Mike Tyson aids motorcyclist after Vegas crash

Mike Tyson aids motorcyclist after Vegas crash Retired boxer Mike Tyson may be famous for his aggressiveness, but he showed his compassionate side last week when he came to the rescue of an injured motorcyclist who had crashed on a Las Vegas interstate.


10 Things to Know for Tuesday

Protestors and police wrestle near a barricade on the corner of Wall Street and Broadway during a march demanding action on climate change and corporate greed, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, a day after a huge climate march in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:


Guatemala emergency measures after deadly clash

Hats with money donated by neighbors lay on the coffin of Justo Raxon, 28, during his funeral in San Juan Sacatepequez, Guatemala, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Raxon was a one of 11 villagers that died in a battle between residents who supported plans to build a cement factory and highway, and others who fear the construction could hurt their lands. Guatemalan authorities have suspended some constitutional rights in San Juan Sacatepequez. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo) GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Guatemalan authorities have suspended some constitutional rights in a central municipality where 11 villagers died in a battle with guns and machetes.


Libya PM wins parliament approval for new govt lineup

Libya's interim Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani visits an orphanage in Tripoli, on July 3, 2014 Tripoli (AFP) - Libya's Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani on Monday won the blessing of parliament for his proposed cabinet of 13 ministers, after a previous line-up was rejected.


Libya PM wins parliament approval for new govt lineup

Libya's interim Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani visits an orphanage in Tripoli, on July 3, 2014 Tripoli (AFP) - Libya's Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani on Monday won the blessing of parliament for his proposed cabinet of 13 ministers, after a previous line-up was rejected.


1991 murder conviction overturned by DNA

1993 murder conviction overturned by DNA A savage murder more than two decades old took a new turn Monday when the man in prison for that crime had his conviction overturned.


See evil haunt an IKEA-like store in horror book trailer

Wander the labyrinth inside the prefab furniture store Orsk, which is full of bargains and angry spirits. Angry spirits torment employees at a modern furniture store, giving new meaning to the phrase "graveyard shift.">


California wildfire crews brace for weather shift

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Crews scrambled Monday to extend control lines around a massive Northern California wildfire threatening thousands of homes as they braced for strong, erratic winds similar to when the blaze doubled in size a week ago.

Asia cheered as China's factories defy doomsters

A man looks at an electronic board displaying Japan's Nikkei average and the stock price indexes of various countries outside a brokerage in Tokyo By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares recouped early losses on Tuesday while commodities won a break from recent selling pressure after a reading on China's massive factory sector outpaced the market's bleak expectations. The HSBC flash reading on manufacturing (PMI) for September rose to 50.5, from 50.2 in August and confounding forecasts for a dip to 50.0. The market had been braced for something even worse, so the reaction was immediate with Chinese stocks moving into the black and the Australian dollar blipping higher. ...


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