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Elephants to perform for final time at Ringling Bros. circus

Ringling Brothers Circus Retires Elephant Act Elephants will perform for the last time at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus on Sunday, as the show closes its own chapter on a controversial practice that has entertained audiences since ...


Train derails in Washington, DC; leaks hazardous chemical

Train derails in Washington, DC; leaks hazardous chemical A CSX freight train derailed near a Metro stop in Washington, D.C., on Sunday morning, sending about 10 cars off the tracks and spilling hazardous material from one of them, officials said. No injuries ...


Iraqi protesters end Green Zone sit-in for now after issuing demands

Followers of Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr hold a sit-in at Grand Festivities Square within the Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq By Stephen Kalin and Ahmed Rasheed BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Protesters camped out in Baghdad's Green Zone for 24 hours left the heavily fortified government district on Sunday after issuing demands for political reform but they pledged to return by the end of the week to keep up the pressure. Iraq has endured months of wrangling prompted by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's attempt to replace party-affiliated ministers with technocrats as part of an anti-corruption drive. Abadi has warned continued turmoil could hamper the war against Islamic State, which controls large swathes of northern and western Iraq.


Did woman sway boy to kill his dad? Court raises doubts

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — The paramedics who looked at Robert Breininger's lifeless body in his twin bed suspected right away that whatever happened didn't match the story being told by his 10-year-old son.

Trump hits out at Clinton and Cruz ahead of Indiana primary

In the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has a 15 point lead in the upcoming key primary in Indiana Donald Trump hit out hard at Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz on Sunday, sounding unapologetic two days ahead of a key primary in Indiana he says will decide the Republican presidential race. A new poll ahead of the winner-take-all vote Tuesday put the Republican frontrunner far ahead of Cruz, who is hoping the Midwestern state will act as a Trump firewall. "I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak," she said, going on to criticize a talk Trump gave this week, billed as his first major foreign policy speech.


Trump hits out at Clinton and Cruz ahead of Indiana primary

In the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has a 15 point lead in the upcoming key primary in Indiana Donald Trump hit out hard at Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz on Sunday, sounding unapologetic two days ahead of a key primary in Indiana he says will decide the Republican presidential race. A new poll ahead of the winner-take-all vote Tuesday put the Republican frontrunner far ahead of Cruz, who is hoping the Midwestern state will act as a Trump firewall. "I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak," she said, going on to criticize a talk Trump gave this week, billed as his first major foreign policy speech.


Tear gas in Paris, Istanbul as tensions erupt on May Day

Turkish anti-riot police detain a protester during clashes at a May Day rally in Bakirkoy, a district of Istanbul, on May 1, 2016 French and Turkish police fired tear gas at protesters as tensions erupted in both countries during May Day rallies Sunday, while thousands marched across the globe for the annual celebration of worker's rights. From Moscow to Madrid, workers chanted demands for higher wages, better conditions and more job security as many countries battle economic uncertainty and high unemployment. Police fired tear gas and sought to break up the group of troublemakers known as "casseurs" (breakers) who actively seek confrontation with security forces.


Tear gas in Paris, Istanbul as tensions erupt on May Day

Turkish anti-riot police detain a protester during clashes at a May Day rally in Bakirkoy, a district of Istanbul, on May 1, 2016 French and Turkish police fired tear gas at protesters as tensions erupted in both countries during May Day rallies Sunday, while thousands marched across the globe for the annual celebration of worker's rights. From Moscow to Madrid, workers chanted demands for higher wages, better conditions and more job security as many countries battle economic uncertainty and high unemployment. Police fired tear gas and sought to break up the group of troublemakers known as "casseurs" (breakers) who actively seek confrontation with security forces.


Commissioner: Boy shot by Baltimore police won't be charged

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's Police commissioner says a 13-year-old who was holding a BB gun when he was shot by an officer will not be charged with a crime.

Yemen security chief in Aden survives suicide attack, 5 dead

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen's security directorate in Aden says a suicide bomber attacked the security chief's motorcade in the southern port city, killing five of his bodyguards.

Trump dismisses riots, focuses on battle against Clinton

FILE - In this April 27, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a campaign stop in Indianapolis. Trump has a Plan B on campaign money, and it involves the sort of outside groups that he has called "corrupt." While the political newcomer might lock up the Republican presidential nomination in the next six weeks of voting, he and his allies are simultaneously mounting a public pressure campaign in case he falls short and finds himself at a contested convention this summer in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican front-runner Donald Trump on Sunday dismissed reports of a riot outside his rally in California, pressing ahead with his claim that Democrat Hillary Clinton is only in the presidential race because she's a woman. And he said Clinton rival Bernie Sanders, who had questioned her qualifications, is going to help him.


Connecticut governor gets JFK award for pro-refugee stance

BOSTON (AP) — Connecticut's governor has received the 2016 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award for his public support of resettling Syrian refugees in the U.S.

Saudi Arabia kills two militant suspects in southwest, arrests third

Saudi security forces killed two militant suspects and arrested a third in a two-day operation in southwestern Bisha province, the Ministry of Interior said on Sunday, accusing them of involvement in deadly attacks claimed by Islamic State. Security personnel killed two men in an exchange of gunfire during a chase to thwart an "imminent" attack on Friday, said ministry spokesman Mansour al-Turki in a televised statement. The statement said the three men were suspects in the killing of a senior security officer outside the capital Riyadh in April.

Up to 100 missing in two Mediterranean shipwrecks: UN

Migrants arrive at Lampedusa harbour after a rescue operation at sea off the coast of Libya, in a video capture released by the Italian Coast Guard on April 30, 2016 A boat carrying around 120 people had sunk early Friday, four hours after leaving Libya for Italy, UN refugee agency (UNHCR) spokeswoman Carlotta Sami told AFP, adding that "some 15 persons went missing". The news came a day after the International Organization for Migration said that only 26 people were rescued from an inflatable boat carrying around 110 migrants when it sank off Libya in a separate shipwreck Friday. Sami said Sunday that 27 people, including four women, were rescued from that boat sinking.


Police: Gun-wielding man fatally shot by Florida officers

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Police say two officers fatally shot a man carrying a gun after he ignored orders to drop the weapon.

Thailand's Leicester fans keep faith in team's title chase

Thai supporters of Leicester City react as they watch the English Premier League soccer match between Leicester City and Manchester United's on the TV, in Bangkok, Thailand, Sunday, May 1, 2016. The teams drew 1-1. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit) BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand-based Leicester fans remain convinced their team will win the English Premier League title despite the anticlimax of Sunday's 1-1 draw against Manchester United.


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Iraqis end demonstration in Baghdad's Green Zone

Supporters of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr swim in a fountain during their sit-in inside Baghdad's highly fortified Green Zone Sunday, May 1, 2016. Anti-government protesters tore down walls and poured into the Iraqi capital's heavily fortified Green Zone yesterday, where they stormed parliament in a major escalation of a political crisis that has simmered for months. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim) BAGHDAD (AP) — Anti-government protesters temporarily ended their mass demonstration in Baghdad's Green Zone on Sunday and began an orderly withdrawal a day after tearing down walls around the government district and invading parliament.


Malia Obama headed to Harvard, will take gap year first

U.S. President Barack Obama and his daughter Malia walk from Marine One to board Air Force One upon their departure from O'Hare Airport in Chicago U.S. President Barack Obama's eldest daughter Malia will attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017 after taking a year off from studies following her high school graduation this spring, the White House said on Sunday. "Malia will take a gap year before beginning school," a White House statement said, breaking a months-long silence about Malia's college search. Both her parents attended Harvard Law School.


Appeals ruling clears way for Bowe Bergdahl case to resume

An appeals court has cleared the way for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's legal case to resume, rejecting prosecutors' arguments that defense attorneys were given too much leeway on accessing classified documents.

Turkey police detain over 200 in tense May Day clampdown

Turkish anti-riot police detain a protester during clashes at a May Day rally in Bakirkoy, a district of Istanbul, on May 1, 2016 One man in his 50s was killed when he was knocked over by a police water cannon vehicle while trying to cross the road, in an incident that caused anger on social media. The authorities prevented all public access to Taksim Square in the centre of the city -- the traditional focus for protests -- and the usually bustling area was deserted save for police.


Turkey police detain over 200 in tense May Day clampdown

Turkish anti-riot police detain a protester during clashes at a May Day rally in Bakirkoy, a district of Istanbul, on May 1, 2016 One man in his 50s was killed when he was knocked over by a police water cannon vehicle while trying to cross the road, in an incident that caused anger on social media. The authorities prevented all public access to Taksim Square in the centre of the city -- the traditional focus for protests -- and the usually bustling area was deserted save for police.


Bilbao fights back to beat 10-man Celta, goes 5th

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Aritz Aduriz and Raul Garcia led Athletic Bilbao's 2-1 fightback over 10-man Celta Vigo, leapfrogging the visitors into fifth place in the Spanish league on Sunday.

Kazakh leader evokes Ukraine as land protests spread

Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev waves to audience as he attends celebrations to mark Kazakhstan People's Unity Day in Almaty, Kazakhstan Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, facing a growing wave of protests against planned changes to land ownership, evoked the image of war-torn Ukraine on Sunday as he called for national unity. Speaking at an event in Almaty to mark the annual May 1 Unity Day celebrations, Nazarbayev highlighted Ukraine, where street protests in 2013-2014 toppled the government of Viktor Yanukovich, as an example of what could happen in the absence of unity. "Ukraine, the second-biggest ex-Soviet state, today has an economy which is half the size of Kazakhstan's," the president said.


Egypt police block workers' assembly, labor activist says

CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian police prevented hundreds of workers from holding a meeting in Cairo to commemorate International Workers' Day, an independent Egyptian trade union leader said.

Hamilton, Wolff, reject conspiracy theories

Mercedes teammates Nico Rosberg (R) and Lewis Hamilton (L) celebrate first and second place on the podium at the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi on May 1, 2016 Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff says the conspiracy theorists suggesting his outfit favour Nico Rosberg over Lewis Hamilton are "a bunch of lunatics". Wolff said the comments by many on social media were misguided and wrong.


Russia, US in bids to halt fighting in Syria's Aleppo

People walk amid the rubble of destroyed buildings following a reported air strike on the rebel-held neighbourhood of al-Kalasa in Aleppo, Syria on April 28, 2016 Russia said Sunday it was working to freeze fighting in Syria's Aleppo as US Secretary of State John Kerry was due in Geneva in a bid to restore a nationwide ceasefire. More than a week of fighting in Syria's second city has killed hundreds of civilians and left a UN-backed peace process hanging by a thread. Concern has been growing that the fighting in Aleppo will lead to the complete collapse of a landmark ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's regime and non-jihadist rebels that was brokered by Moscow and Washington.


Russia, US in bids to halt fighting in Syria's Aleppo

People walk amid the rubble of destroyed buildings following a reported air strike on the rebel-held neighbourhood of al-Kalasa in Aleppo, Syria on April 28, 2016 Russia said Sunday it was working to freeze fighting in Syria's Aleppo as US Secretary of State John Kerry was due in Geneva in a bid to restore a nationwide ceasefire. More than a week of fighting in Syria's second city has killed hundreds of civilians and left a UN-backed peace process hanging by a thread. Concern has been growing that the fighting in Aleppo will lead to the complete collapse of a landmark ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's regime and non-jihadist rebels that was brokered by Moscow and Washington.


Rostov's Russian title charge suffers heavy blow with defeat

MOSCOW (AP) — FC Rostov's unlikely charge for the Russian Premier League title seemed to be running out of steam Sunday as a 2-1 loss to last-placed Mordovia Saransk cost it the chance to return to the top spot.

Traveling Ranieri could miss Leicester clinching EPL title

Leicester's manager Claudio Ranieri takes to the touchline before the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Leicester at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England, Sunday, May 1, 2016. (AP Photo/Jon Super) MANCHESTER, England (AP) — If Leicester clinches the English Premier League title on Monday, its manager might be among the last people to know.


Thousands battle deadly forest fires in northern India

India is suffering its worst water crisis in years, with the government saying that about 330 million people, or a quarter of the population, are suffering from drought after the last two monsoons failed Thousands of labourers backed by water-carrying helicopters were battling to control fires that have killed two people in India's northern Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, officials said Sunday. Fires have swept through more than 1,900 hectares (4,700 acres) of forest but have so far not threatened towns in Uttarakhand which draws tens of thousands of tourists every year, officials and media reports said. Environment and Forests Minister Prakash Javadekar said some 6,000 labourers were being deployed to help fight the fires.


Juventus celebrates Serie A title with 2-0 win over Carpi

Juventus' players celebrate at the end of a Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Carpi in Turin, Italy, Sunday, May 1, 2016. Juventus beat Carpi 2-0. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP) MILAN (AP) — Juventus celebrated another Serie A title with a 2-0 victory over Carpi in a party atmosphere in Turin on Sunday.


Qatar bank says some leaked customer data may be accurate

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Qatar's largest bank acknowledged Sunday that some personal customer data that was leaked online may be authentic, and said it has hired an outside expert to review potential vulnerabilities to its computer systems.

2 NY brothers who served in Afghanistan awarded Bronze Stars

NEW YORK (AP) — Two brothers from suburban New York City have each been awarded a Bronze Star for their service in Afghanistan.

Poland blocks entry to 7 bikers with pro-Kremlin group

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish border police say they have prevented seven members of a pro-Kremlin motorcycle club from entering Poland.

Miss Indian World crowned at nation's largest powwow

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Arizona State University law student has been crowned Miss Indian World.

Protesters to leave Baghdad's Green Zone: statement

Iraqi protesters climb over a concrete wall surrounding the parliament after breaking into Baghdad's heavily fortified "Green Zone" on April 30, 2016 Iraqi protesters were to withdraw Sunday from Baghdad's Green Zone after breaking into the fortified area and storming parliament the day before, a statement from organisers said. "The protest organising committee announces the withdrawal of the demonstrators from the Green Zone," the statement said.


Protesters to leave Baghdad's Green Zone: statement

Iraqi protesters climb over a concrete wall surrounding the parliament after breaking into Baghdad's heavily fortified "Green Zone" on April 30, 2016 Iraqi protesters were to withdraw Sunday from Baghdad's Green Zone after breaking into the fortified area and storming parliament the day before, a statement from organisers said. "The protest organising committee announces the withdrawal of the demonstrators from the Green Zone," the statement said.


Rare IS group bombings in southern Iraq kill 33

A woman and child enter the general hospital in Samawa, 230 kms south of Baghdad, on February 19, 2004 The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for rare attacks in Iraq's deep Shiite south on Sunday, twin suicide car bomb blasts in the city of Samawa killing at least 33 people. "The hospitals have received 33 dead," a senior official in the Muthanna health department, which covers Samawa, told AFP. An officer in Muthanna Operations Command confirmed the toll.


Rare IS group bombings in southern Iraq kill 33

A woman and child enter the general hospital in Samawa, 230 kms south of Baghdad, on February 19, 2004 The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for rare attacks in Iraq's deep Shiite south on Sunday, twin suicide car bomb blasts in the city of Samawa killing at least 33 people. "The hospitals have received 33 dead," a senior official in the Muthanna health department, which covers Samawa, told AFP. An officer in Muthanna Operations Command confirmed the toll.


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