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Foley case lays bare debate over paying ransom

WASHINGTON (AP) — The beheading of freelance journalist James Foley has forced a new debate between the longtime U.S. and British refusal to negotiate with terrorists, and Europe and the Persian Gulf's increasing willingness to pay ransoms in a desperate attempt to free citizens. The dilemma: How to save the lives of captives without financing terror groups and encouraging more kidnappings.

National Guard ordered out of US riot town

Police watch as demonstrators protest the shooting death of Michael Brown August 20, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri National Guard troops have withdrawn from a US town gripped by nearly two weeks of protests over the fatal police shooting of a black teenager, as new details emerged about the white officer who pulled the trigger. Demonstrations in the Missouri town of Ferguson cooled after Attorney General Eric Holder met Wednesday the parents of Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old student shot dead on August 9. State troopers and then the National Guard were sent in to improve security, and by late Wednesday, following the Holder visit, tensions on the streets of Ferguson had eased, with police arresting only six people -- compared to 47 on Tuesday. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon said the National Guard, deployed on Monday, were no longer needed.


Foles, offense sharp as Eagles beat Steelers 31-21

Foles, offense sharp as Eagles beat Steelers 31-21 Nick Foles threw for 179 yards and a touchdown to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a 31-21 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night.


National Guard begins pullout from riot-weary Ferguson, Missouri

National Guard troops walk through a staging area located at a shopping center parking lot in Ferguson, Missouri By Scott Malone and Edward McAllister FERGUSON Mo. (Reuters) - Missouri's governor ordered the withdrawal of National Guard troops from the riot-weary town of Ferguson on Thursday as tensions eased after nearly two weeks of racially charged protests over the fatal shooting of a black teenager. A relaxed, orderly mood prevailed among demonstrators for a second straight evening on Thursday, the calmest night in the St. Louis suburb since unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown was gunned down by a white police officer on Aug. 9 under disputed circumstances. Keep them close." Ferguson erupted in anger after the teenager's slaying, with nightly rallies frequently punctuated by looting, vandalism and clashes between protesters and heavily armed riot police, often ending in volleys of tear gas and dozens of arrests. Although Ferguson is predominantly African American, its political leadership, police department and public school administration are dominated by whites.


Ryan says he'd love to see Romney run again

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, , right and his former vice presidential running mate U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., arrive for a dinner at the Union Club where Romney will interview Ryan’s about Ryan's new book, “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea.” Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Chicago. Ryan is on tour to promote the book as he weighs a presidential campaign of his own. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) CHICAGO (AP) — U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan said Thursday he would love to see Mitt Romney run again for president and teased the GOP's former nominee at one point that the "third time's the charm."


Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on

French flags next to the Eiffel tower in Paris, on August 19, 2014 Paris (AFP) - "Paris! Paris outraged! Paris broken! Paris martyred! But Paris liberated! Liberated by itself. It was August 25, 1944, and after six days of skirmishes between French Resistance fighters and a demoralised Nazi occupying force, French and American armoured units burst into Paris to assure its liberation -- an event marked all this week in the city. Francois Hollande was expected to lead 70th anniversary tributes on August 25 to the few surviving veterans of the liberation, in the knowledge that many of them, now in their 90s, will not live to see the 80th anniversary. Men like Fred Moore, now 94, who told AFP of that historic day in 1944 when he lost a friend but gained a wife.


Moderate quake hits El Salvador, no injuries reported

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - A moderate earthquake was felt in El Salvador on Thursday night, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The U.S. Geological Survey said a 4.9 quake struck offshore about 40 miles (65 km) south of the coastal town of Chirilagua at a depth of 44 miles (70 km). (Reporting by Nelson Renteria; Editing by Paul Tait)

European push for new UN resolution on Gaza

Palestinian mourners attend the funeral of three senior Hamas commanders in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on August 21, 2014 Britain, France and Germany have launched a fresh bid at the UN to end six weeks of violence in Gaza, after Israeli warplanes killed three top Hamas commanders, inflicting a heavy blow on the movement's armed wing. In a document obtained by AFP, the three countries urged an immediate and sustainable ceasefire that would put an end to the firing of rockets and military operations in the Gaza Strip. It calls for a lifting of the Israeli blockade and a monitoring mechanism to report on ceasefire violations and verify the flow of goods into the Gaza Strip. Diplomats said the text was aimed at advancing efforts to reach agreement within the 15-member UN Security Council on a resolution after Jordan's draft text met with resistance, notably from the United States.


European push for new UN resolution on Gaza

Palestinian mourners attend the funeral of three senior Hamas commanders in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on August 21, 2014 Britain, France and Germany have launched a fresh bid at the UN to end six weeks of violence in Gaza, after Israeli warplanes killed three top Hamas commanders, inflicting a heavy blow on the movement's armed wing. In a document obtained by AFP, the three countries urged an immediate and sustainable ceasefire that would put an end to the firing of rockets and military operations in the Gaza Strip. It calls for a lifting of the Israeli blockade and a monitoring mechanism to report on ceasefire violations and verify the flow of goods into the Gaza Strip. Diplomats said the text was aimed at advancing efforts to reach agreement within the 15-member UN Security Council on a resolution after Jordan's draft text met with resistance, notably from the United States.


NY judge scolds Argentina, but no contempt order

Carmine Boccuzzi, center, a lawyer representing Argentina, leaves Federal court after a hearing, in New York, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. Argentina will make its next round of scheduled debt payments, the economy minister said as he defends a new plan to pay creditors locally and avoid the jurisdiction of a U.S. court that forced the country into default last month. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge in Manhattan on Thursday said Argentina's plans to evade his orders by failing to make required payments to U.S. bondholders is illegal and cannot be carried out, but he stopped short of finding the South American nation in contempt of court.


NY judge scolds Argentina, but no contempt order

Carmine Boccuzzi, center, a lawyer representing Argentina, leaves Federal court after a hearing, in New York, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. Argentina will make its next round of scheduled debt payments, the economy minister said as he defends a new plan to pay creditors locally and avoid the jurisdiction of a U.S. court that forced the country into default last month. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge in Manhattan on Thursday said Argentina's plans to evade his orders by failing to make required payments to U.S. bondholders is illegal and cannot be carried out, but he stopped short of finding the South American nation in contempt of court.


Robin Williams's ashes scattered in San Francisco Bay - reports

The cremated remains of Hollywood actor Robin Williams, found dead on August 1 after an apparent suicide, have been spread in San Francisco Bay, US news media reports The cremated remains of Hollywood actor Robin Williams, found dead on August 1 after an apparent suicide, were spread in San Francisco Bay, US news media reports. According to Williams's death certificate, published by the celebrity gossip site Radar Online, Williams was cremated on August 12, one day after his personal assistant found him dead in his home in Marin County, near San Francisco. A formal investigation is under way, but the local sheriff's office said all the evidence points to Williams having taken his own life by hanging himself with his belt. Under "Place of Final Disposition" of the remains the death certificate reads: "Scattering in San Francisco B off the coast of Marin."


At least 27 dead in bus crash in Egypt's Sinai

At least 27 people died and dozens were injured when two buses collided before dawn on Friday in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, the state news agency and security sources reported. MENA quoted local health ministry official Mohamed Lashin as saying that Russian, Yemeni and Saudi Arabian citizens were among the more than 40 people injured but did not give further details. The buses were traveling in the southern part of the Sinai, one of them from the Red Sea resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh and the other from a Nile Delta province, security sources said. Egypt's roads and railways have a poor safety record and Egyptians have long complained that successive governments have failed to enforce even basic safeguards, leading to frequent, deadly crashes.

Top Asian News at 3:00 a.m. GMT

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur, the first repatriation of victims from the flight to the country. The victims were carried aboard a specially chartered Malaysian Airlines jet and were to be received in a solemn ceremony. The government has urged people to wear black and observe a minute of silence and prayer to honor the victims.

Friend of Boston bomb suspect may get seven-year term in plea deal

Runners continue to run towards the finish line as an explosion erupts at the finish line of the Boston Marathon By Daniel Lovering BOSTON (Reuters) - A friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges of hindering the investigation into the blasts in a deal with prosecutors that calls for a prison sentence of up to seven years. Dias Kadyrbayev, a 20-year-old Kazakh national, had been scheduled to go on trial next month and was facing up to 25 years in prison on charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice for removing a backpack and other evidence from Tsarnaev’s dormitory room in the days after the bombing. Three people were killed and more than 260 were injured when two pressure-cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Kadyrbayev also agreed to be deported from the United States as part of the agreement.


It's 'bone-appétit' for California pooches under new law

Chloe, a nine-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, looks into the camera after tasting a dog treat sample at Milo's Kitchen Treat Truck in San Francisco California diners can now legally enjoy a meal on a restaurant patio with their dogs in tow, under a law signed Thursday by Governor Jerry Brown that eliminates health code regulations banning restaurant owners from allowing pooches on the premises. Starting next year, California canines will be allowed to dine al fresco if they are wearing leashes or are relaxing in a carrier. "“I wish everyone ‘bone-appétit,’” quipped Democratic Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada, the law's author. "Restaurateurs in California will see more businesses catering to their customers and the canine companions they love.” The new law clarifies a section of the state’s health code that banned dogs from restaurants altogether, including on outdoor patios or courtyards.


Police: Suspects stalk, rob senior citizens at Philly-area banks

Police: Suspects stalk, rob senior citizens at Philly-area banks Police are trying to track down the trio of robbers who they say have been stalking out senior citizens at banks throughout Philadelphia then attacking and robbing them.


Malaysia receives bodies from Flight 17 crash

A Muslim woman cries as she waits outside Bunga Raya Complex at Kuala Lumpur International Airport before victims' bodies of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are flown back, in Sepang, Malaysia, Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur. (AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin) KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur, the first repatriation of victims from the flight to the country.


Taney Dragons lose to Chicago 6-5, eliminating them from Little League World Series

Taney Dragons lose to Chicago 6-5, eliminating them from Little League World Series Philadelphia's Taney Dragons loss to Chicago 6-5 on Thursday, knocking them out of the Little League World Series.


Gov. Nixon taking National Guard out of Ferguson

Protesters march in the street as lightning flashes in the distance in Ferguson, Mo. on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. On Aug. 9, 2014, a white police officer fatally shot Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year old, in the St. Louis suburb. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old nearly two weeks ago.


Kvitova moves into semifinals at Connecticut Open

Samantha Stosur, of Australia, reacts after her 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, victory over Kirsten Flipkens, of Belgium, in a quarterfinal match at the New Haven Open tennis tournament in New Haven, Conn., on Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. (AP Photo/Fred Beckham) NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova moved into the semifinals of the Connecticut Open with a 6-4, 6-1 win Thursday over fellow Czech player Barbora Zahlavova Strycova.


Phelps back in international comp, advances in 100

Michael Phelps of the U.S. swims in his men's 100m freestyle heat at the Pan Pacific swimming championships in Gold Coast, Australia, Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft) GOLD COAST, Australia (AP) — It was raining, and it was pouring for Michael Phelps' return to international competition. It was anything but boring.


Top Asian News at 2:30 a.m. GMT

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur. It was the first repatriation of victims from the flight to the country.

US warns of long cross-border war against IS

Peshmerga fighters inspect the remains of a car, which belonged to Islamic State militants, bearing an image of the jihadist flag, after it was targeted by an American air strike in the village of Baqufa, north of Mosul, August 18, 2014 The United States said the Islamic State is the most dangerous group it has faced in recent years, and warned that the Middle East faces a long-term battle to defeat it. Pentagon chiefs said the jihadist group could be eradicated if local Sunni communities reject it and regional powers unite to fight it, but only if the battle is taken into Syria and not just Iraq. Speaking after the US military revealed it had already carried out a failed hostage rescue mission inside Syria, and against the backdrop of new air strikes in Iraq, they warned IS poses a considerable threat. "They marry ideology and a sophistication of strategic and tactical military prowess," Defense Secretary Chuch Hagel said about the "barbaric" militants.


Slain journalist's employer publishes email to family from Islamic State

Sign outside a shop remembers James Foley in his hometown of Rochester The online news publication that employed slain U.S. Boston-based GlobalPost said on Thursday the Foley family had agreed to release the email that it received from Islamic State a week before the video of his execution was released on Tuesday. We believe the text offers insight into the motivations and tactics of the Islamic State." Foley was beheaded by the group in an act shown in a video released in which Islamic State called for the United States to end its airstrikes in Iraq.


American Air will charge for solo kids up to 14

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — American Airlines says it will extend its fee for unaccompanied minors to charge $150 extra each way for children between 5 and 14.

GPS devices find huge water loss in western US

SAN DIEGO (AP) — About 63 trillion gallons of water have been lost to drought in the western United States, enough to blanket the region with 4 inches of water, according to a study published Thursday.

Plane carrying the bodies of Malaysians killed onboard Flight 17 touches down in Kuala Lumpur

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Plane carrying the bodies of Malaysians killed onboard Flight 17 touches down in Kuala Lumpur.

German cop to go on trial over cannibalism website killing

Police search for evidences in the area where body parts were found on November 29, 2013 in Reichenau, eastern Germany A German police officer will go on trial Friday accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists. In a lurid case that made international headlines, prosecutors say the 56-year-old defendant, Detlef Guenzel, confessed to stabbing the throat of a man last November and then cutting his body into small pieces and burying them in his garden. The indictment against Guenzel cites "satisfaction of sexual lust" as a motive but there is no evidence that the suspect ate any part of the victim.


U.S. federal prosecutors questioning GM lawyers on vehicle recalls: source

File photo of General Motors logo outside its headquarters at the Renaissance Center in Detroit General Motors had issued a report in June which detailed how for 11 years it turned a blind eye to an ignition-switch problem linked to at least 13 deaths but largely pinned the blame on what the report described as incompetent lower-level employees, leaving top brass untouched.


Jihadist captors sent taunting letter to Foley family: employer

US freelance reporter James Foley at the airport of Sirte, Libya on September 29, 2011 Journalist James Foley's jihadist captors sent his family a taunting and rambling email threatening to kill him, just a week before making public a video of his execution, the American reporter's employer said Thursday. GlobalPost said it released the full text of the email from Islamic State (IS) militants "in the interest of transparency and to fully tell Jim's story." "We believe the text offers insight into the motivations and tactics of the Islamic State," it added.


Top Asian News at 2:00 a.m. GMT

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia is preparing to receive the bodies and ashes of 20 of its citizens killed when Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July. It will be the first repatriation of victims to the country, and the government has urged people to wear black and observe a minute of silence and prayer when the bodies arrive later Friday.

Oklahoma policeman accused of sex assaults on duty

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City police officer was arrested Thursday and is being held in lieu of $5 million bond after being accused of committing a series of sexual assaults against at least six women while on duty.

Mexico increases number of missing to 22,322

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican government has increased its calculation of the number of people who have disappeared since the start of the country's drug war in 2006 and now lists 22,322 as missing, officials said Thursday. It had said in May that 8,000 people were missing.

Former AP photo editor Toby Massey dies

Former Washington photo editor Toby Massey, right, and Florida photo editor Phil Sandlin, left, edit photos at Kennedy Space Center during an early Space Shuttle launch as photograher Steve Pyle, rear, coordninates transmissions with New York. Massey, a photographer and photo editor who directed coverage of presidents and political conventions as well as natural disasters, the space program and sporting events during a 38-year career with The Associated Press, died Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. He was 80. (AP Photo/Phil Sandlin) WASHINGTON (AP) — Toby Massey, a photographer and photo editor who directed coverage of presidents and political conventions as well as natural disasters, the space program and sporting events during a 38-year career with The Associated Press, died Thursday. He was 80.


Police: Couple used dog to lure 2 Amish girls

Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies escort Nicole Vaisey to her preliminary hearing Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, at town court in Fowler, N.Y. Vaisey and her boyfriend are accused of abducting and sexually abusing a pair of young Amish sisters on Wednesday, Aug. 13, before releasing them the following day. (AP Photo/Mike Virtanen) FOWLER, N.Y. (AP) — A northern New York couple used a dog to lure two Amish sisters from their family farm stand with a plan to turn them into slaves, an investigator said Thursday.


Death toll could double to over 80 in Hiroshima landslide, more rain falls

Bicycle covered with mud is seen at a site where a landslide swept through a residential area at Asaminami ward in Hiroshima By Toru Hanai HIROSHIMA (Reuters) - Heavy rain delayed a search on Friday for more than 50 people believed buried under a deadly landslide on the edge of the Japanese city of Hiroshima, as opposition politicians rounded on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for his handling of the disaster. Rescue workers feared the continuing rain could set off further landslides in the area after a month's worth of rain fell in one night on Wednesday, loosening slopes already saturated by heavy rain over the past few weeks.


In case of slain journalist, negotiations, silence, then a chilling warning

Sign outside a shop remembers James Foley in his hometown of Rochester By Warren Strobel and John Irish WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) - After months of silence from the captors of American journalist James Foley, on the night of Aug. 13, his family received a chilling message: Foley would be executed in retaliation for U.S. The FBI, which handles cases involving kidnapped American citizens, helped craft a response, pleading for mercy, said Phil Balboni, chief executive of GlobalPost, the Boston-based online news publication that employed Foley. It was a statement that Jim was an innocent journalist" who respected the people of Syria, where he was held, Balboni said in a telephone interview. On Tuesday, Islamic State militants stunned America with a gruesome video posted on YouTube showing the beheading of Foley, 40, by a masked, black-clad man who also threatened to kill a second American journalist, Steven Sotloff.


Injured Isner withdraws from Winston-Salem Open

John Isner returns a shot against Mikhail Kukushkin, of Kazakhstan, during their match at the Winston-Salem Open tennis tournament in Winston-Salem, N.C., Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton) WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — John Isner's preparations for the U.S. Open hit a setback Thursday when a sprained ankle forced him to withdraw from the Winston-Salem Open hours before his quarterfinal.


Undercover police officers will not face abuse charges

Four undercover police officers who were accused of deceptively forming relationships with women they were spying on have been told they will not face charges for their actions Four undercover police officers who were accused of deceptively forming relationships with women they were spying on were told they will not face charges for their actions. The officers from the now-defunct Special Demonstration Squad infiltrated environmental campaign groups under fake identities. The four were investigated for crimes including rape and sexual assault after several women accused them of forming relationships with them on false pretences between 1987 and 2007, even fathering children. "Having carefully considered all the available evidence, provided at the end of a thorough investigation, we have determined that there is insufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction for any offences against any of the officers," the CPS said in a statement.


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