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Zuma says backs finance minister but can't stop investigation

File photo of South African President Jacob Zuma listening at a news conference in Cape Town By Mfuneko Toyana PRETORIA (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday he backed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan but was powerless to stop a police investigation into him, signaling a prolonged tussle that could rock markets further. The rand has tumbled 5 percent since Tuesday when news of the investigation broke, with analysts saying Zuma had offered only qualified support to Gordhan. The finance minister said on Wednesday he had done nothing wrong and had no legal obligation to obey a police summons linked to the probe into whether he used the unit at the tax service to spy on politicians including Zuma.


India: French submarine data leak no security threat

India said Wednesday that the leak of documents from a leading French builder of Scorpene submarines designed for India's navy was investigated and did not pose any security compromise because sensitive ...

Colombia's Santos orders definitive ceasefire with FARC

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos ordered the army Thursday to observe a definitive ceasefire with the FARC rebels after the two sides reached a deal to end their half-century conflict Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos ordered the army Thursday to observe a definitive ceasefire with the FARC rebels after the two sides reached a deal to end their half-century conflict. "As head of state and commander in chief of our armed forces, I have ordered a definitive ceasefire with the FARC starting at midnight on Monday, August 29," he said in an address from the steps of Congress, where he formally presented the historic peace deal. "The armed conflict with the FARC has ended," he said to applause.


Rio police question top Irish Olympic executives in probe

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Rio police have begun questioning two of Ireland's top Olympic executives in a Summer Games ticket-scalping probe that has already ensnared the highest official.

Wood glad to be back firing for England

Mark Wood, if he can stay fit, has the ability to provide England with an out-and-out express fast bowler that they have lacked in his absence Mark Wood was delighted to give England a taste of what they had been missing for nearly a year after topping the 92mph mark on his return to international duty. Durham fast bowler Wood was back in England action during Wednesday's 44-run rain-marred win in the first one-day international against Pakistan at Southampton. Persistent ankle problems meant this was the 26-year-old Wood's first England appearance since a Test against Pakistan in Dubai in October last year.


Five decades of conflict in Colombia in five points

General Nicacio Martinez Espinel holds an M-60 machine gun, part of the weapons seized to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels killed in combat, on January 22, 2014, at a military airbase in Ibague, department of Tolima, Colombia Here are five key points on Colombia's five-decade conflict, after the FARC rebels and the government reached a historic peace accord. In a country covered in mountains and jungle, where the government's presence is often weak, rural poverty has played a central role. Most historians trace the conflict to the 1960s, when several leftist guerrilla groups rose up against a government they accused of subjugating peasants and the poor.


Deal struck for rebels, civilians to quit Syria's Daraya

Syrian girls sit holding placards in the town of Daraya, southwest of central Damascus, on May 23, 2016 Thousands of rebel fighters and civilians are to evacuate the besieged town of Daraya near the Syrian capital under an accord struck on Thursday, state news agency SANA said. "Seven hundred armed men with their personal weapons will leave Daraya to head to the (rebel-controlled) city of Idlib, while thousands of men and women with their families will be taken to reception centres," it said. A military source told AFP that the army would enter Daraya, which has been under a regime siege for the past four years, after the evacuation from the rebel-held town.


Women protest French burkini ban with London beach party demo

Protesters demonstrate against France's ban of the burkini outside the French Embassy in London Some 35 Muslim and non-Muslim women held a beach party demonstration outside the French embassy in London on Thursday, protesting against a ban on burkinis enforced in some coastal towns in France. "We wanted to show solidarity with Muslim women in France and call for a repeal of the ban." France's highest administrative court, the Conseil d'Etat, was meeting on Thursday to consider a complaint against the ban in one Mediterranean town. President Francois Hollande's government has backed the decisions taken by mainly conservative mayors, who argue the garment violates France's laws on secularism.


Burkini must be banned, France's Sarkozy says as he launches election campaign

By Ingrid Melander CHATEAURENARD, France (Reuters) - Burkinis must be banned throughout France, ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy said at his first campaign rally for the 2017 presidential election. Hundreds of supporters waving French flags chanted his name and applauded as Sarkozy, who led France from 2007-2012 before losing an election to Socialist Francois Hollande, promised to protect the French people. "I will be the president that re-establishes the authority of the state," Sarkozy told supporters packing a sports hall in Chateaurenard, a Provence town where Sarkozy's Les Republicains just beat the far-right FN in regional elections last year.

Ethiopia's Rio medal haul not good enough: Gebreselassie

Ethopian Haile Gebreselassie, pictured in 2012, won gold in the 10,000m at both the Atlanta and Sydney Olympics Ethiopia's haul of eight track medals with just one gold at the Rio Olympics was not satisfactory, according to legendary distance runner Haile Gebreselassie, who blamed the under-par performance on the country's athletics federation. The 43-year-old Gebreselassie won gold in the 10,000m at both the Atlanta and Sydney Olympics and said he would be willing to share his expertise. Ethiopia claimed eight medals (one gold, two silver and five bronze) in the recently-concluded summer Olympics in Brazil.


Kidnapped Egyptian policeman shot dead in Sinai

El-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — A police driver kidnapped earlier this week was publicly shot dead on Thursday by suspected militants from the local Islamic State affiliate in Sinai, Egyptian security officials said.

AP EXPLAINS: Why burkini swimsuits are causing controversy

Activists protest outside the French embassy, during the "wear what you want beach party" in London, Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. The protest is against the French authorities clampdown on Muslim women wearing burkinis on the beach. Writing on the sign reads: 'No to Islamophobia, yes to Burkinis.' (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) PARIS (AP) — French mayors are drawing international anger for banning the burkini, an all-encompassing swimsuit worn by a small minority of Muslim women. The Associated Press explains the core of the controversy.


No specific action on OPEC freeze discussed yet: Saudi energy minister

Gas flame is seen in the desert near the Khurais oilfield LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih does not believe it is necessary for any "significant intervention" in oil markets at this time, he told Reuters following a speech on Thursday.


Al Shabaab militants bomb Somali beach restaurant, gunfight ongoing

By Abdi Sheikh and Feisal Omar MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Al Shabaab militants attacked a beach restaurant in the capital Mogadishu with a car bomb and a gunfight was still ongoing, police and the insurgent group said on Thursday. "A car bomb exploded at Banadir beach restaurant at Lido beach and there is exchange of gunfire. Al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab's military operation spokesman Abdiasis Abu Musab claimed responsibility for the attack.

Calls For Judge's Removal After 18-Year-Old Sexual Assault Defendant Given Probation

Calls For Judge's Removal After 18-Year-Old Sexual Assault Defendant Given Probation An online petition has over 15,000 supporters.


Deal agreed to end long siege of Damascus suburb: rebel leader, locals

Rebels and Syria's army agreed a deal on Thursday to evacuate all residents and insurgents from the besieged Damascus suburb of Daraya, a rebel leader said, ending one of the longest stand-offs in the five-year conflict. Syria's army has surrounded rebels and civilians and blocked food deliveries in Daraya since 2012, regularly bombing the area just 7km (4 miles) from President Bashar al Assad's seat of power. It was one of the first places to see peaceful protests against Assad's rule, and fought off repeated attempts to retake it by government forces as the conflict escalated into civil war.

U.S. fines big Nebraska bank over credit card, ID theft marketing

Cordray participates in an open meeting of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans in Washington Thursday's settlements with the Omaha-based unit of First National of Nebraska Inc were announced by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Treasury Department's Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. The CFPB said First National Bank lured customers into buying debt cancellation products meant to ease hardships such as unemployment or big medical bills without making it clear it was an add-on product that cost extra, and then made it hard to obtain or cancel the products. In addition, the CFPB and the OCC said the bank sold credit monitoring services, "Privacy Guard" and "IdentitySecure," that customers never received.


Police officers say Taco Bell employee refused to serve them

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Five police officers in Kentucky say a Taco Bell employee refused to serve them and that kitchen workers talked about wanting to "mess with them."

Rebels, residents to evacuate long-besieged Damascus suburb

BEIRUT (AP) — After four years of grueling bombardment and crippling siege, the remaining residents and rebels of a Damascus suburb agreed to surrender and evacuate under the terms of an agreement reached Thursday, Syrian government and opposition activists said.

2 charged in death of 15-year-old boy who shielded others

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee prosecutor says two men are charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy who shielded two girls from the gunfire.

Italy quake toll hits 250 as rescuers search flattened towns

Dust is seen coming out from falling rubble following an aftershock in Amatrice By Steve Scherer and Gabriele Pileri AMATRICE, Italy (Reuters) - The death toll from a devastating earthquake in central Italy climbed to at least 250 on Thursday and could rise further with rescue teams working for a second day to try to find survivors under the rubble of flattened towns. The 6.2 magnitude quake struck a cluster of mountain communities 140 km (85 miles) east of Rome early on Wednesday as people slept, destroying hundreds of homes. "People like myself have lost everything, but at the same time the fact that we have survived means we have to move forward one minute at a time," said Alessandra Cioni, 45, who managed to crawl out of her crumpled house after the quake.


Police: Father holding son hostage fatally shot by officer

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Authorities say a police officer fatally shot a man holding his teenage son hostage in Tennessee.

Florida burglary suspect catches ride on school bus

Florida burglary suspect catches ride on school bus Deputies in Florida arrested a 27-year-old burglary suspect after they say he caught a ride on a school bus.


Iranian vessels' intentions in approaching U.S. warship unclear: White House

The intention of four Iranian vessels that approached a U.S. warship in international waters in the Strait of Hormuz this week were not clear, but such actions can escalate tensions, the White House said on Thursday. "At this point, it's not clear what the intentions of the Iranian ships were, but the behavior is not acceptable, given that this U.S. ship was in international waters," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said at a news briefing.

U.S. Navy ship fires warning shots toward Iranian vessel: CNN

A U.S. Navy ship fired three warning shots after an Iranian fast-attack craft approached and circled two U.S. Navy ships and a Kuwaiti vessel in the northern Gulf on Wednesday, CNN reported on Thursday. It said the U.S. ship fired the shots into the water after the Iranian ship did not leave after a brief radio conversation, CNN said, citing U.S. officials.

Big spending clubs shatter Premier League transfer record

Manchester United payed a world record £89 million to sign France midfielder Paul Pogba from Juventus Big spending English clubs have shattered the Premier League's transfer spending record after the total splashed out reached £880 million ($1.1 billion, 1 billion euros) on Thursday. By 1500 GMT, shortly after Manchester City's signing of Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo was confirmed, the Premier League clubs' gross spending in the current transfer window had topped the record of £870m set last year. According to financial services firm Deloitte, the figure is likely to pass £1 billion by the time the current window closes next Wednesday as the 20 top-flight teams make the most of the riches reaped from lucrative new television contracts.


Russia to work with U.S. on response to Syria gas attacks report

By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday it is prepared to work with the United States at the United Nations on how to respond to a report that blamed Syrian government forces for two chlorine gas attacks and Islamic State militants for using sulfur mustard gas. The year-long U.N. and Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) inquiry, authorized by the Security Council, said Syrian Arab Air Force helicopters dropped toxic substances in Talmenes on April 21, 2014, and Sarmin on March 16, 2015.

Several tornadoes likely hit Indiana, Ohio; no bad injuries

A vehicle rests on another after a tornado struck in Kokomo, Ind., Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016. Multiple tornadoes touched down in central Indiana on Wednesday, tearing the roofs off apartment buildings, sending air conditioners falling onto parked cars and cutting power to thousands of people. (TeeJay Crawford via AP) KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) — In a central Indiana city where trees were sheared off at their stumps by one of several tornadoes in the region, residents began the hard work Thursday of cleaning up destroyed or damaged homes and businesses.


Man arrested for child porn in U.S. illegally, NJ prosecutor says

Man arrested for child porn in U.S. illegally, NJ prosecutor says A child pornography dragnet culminated in the arrest of a man who is in the country illegally, prosecutors announced.


Italy's cooks take to the stoves for quake victims

General view of the damaged central Italian village of Amatrice, taken on August 25, 2016, a day after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck the region killing some 247 people More than 700 Italian restaurants have added spaghetti all'amatriciana to their menus in solidarity with the victims of an earthquake that destroyed the birthplace of the famous pasta dish. Chefs around the world are being urged to follow suit after the Slow Food movement threw its weight behind the idea. Amatrice was one of several mountain villages devastated by Wednesday's powerful quake and it will be some time before the hilltop beauty spot is once again serving up its signature dish to the gastronomic pilgrims who flock there in their thousands every summer.


Exhibition: 100 years of AP presidential campaign photos

File-This June 3, 2008, file photo shows then presumptive Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama being covered in the hands of supporters after a speech in St. Paul, Minn. This and other Presidential campaign photography captured by The Associated Press over the past century will be on display at Virginia's Longwood University this fall. The exhibition titled "Citizens and Leaders" will coincide with this year's lone vice presidential debate, which the university will host Oct. 4. The exhibition will run from Sept. 9 through Oct. 16 at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File) FARMVILLE, Va. (AP) — Presidential campaign photography captured by The Associated Press over the past century will be on display at Virginia's Longwood University this fall.


Heroin paraphernalia supplier gets sentence of time served

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A more than 20-year battle between law enforcement and a Pittsburgh-area man who has repeatedly been convicted of selling drug-related paraphernalia is coming to a close.

Laziz: Gaza's last tiger finds new home in South Africa

Laziz, Gaza's last tiger from the Khan Yunis zoo, waits in a cage at the OR Tambo international airport in Johannesburg, on August 25, 2016, before to be transported to the Big Cat Sanctuary Lionsrock in South Africa The Gaza zoo's last tiger was one of 15 animals rescued this week from what has been dubbed the "worst zoo in the world". "When we decided to step in, it was a critical situation not only for Laziz but also for the other 14 animals," said Ioana Dungler, wild animals director from non-profit Four Paws.


Judge: Alien, Illuminati beliefs mean terror suspect unfit

FILE - This undated file photo provided by the U.S. Marshal's office shows Chicago terrorism suspect Adel Daoud. A federal judge has ruled the suburban Chicago terrorism suspect mentally unfit to stand trial on charges he placed what he believed to be a bomb outside a bar. U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman said at a Thursday Aug. 25, 2016 hearing that she has concluded 22-year-old Adel Daoud is sincere in his belief that aliens, the Illuminati and Freemasons are conspiring against him. (U.S. Marshal's office via AP, File) CHICAGO (AP) — A judge on Thursday declared a suburban Chicago terrorism suspect mentally unfit to stand trial on charges he placed what he believed to be a bomb outside a bar, concluding that he sincerely believes his rantings that aliens, Freemasons and other shadowy figures are out to get him.


The Latest: Colombian president declares cease-fire

Humberto de La Calle, right, head of Colombia's government peace negotiation team, shakes hands with Ivan Marquez, chief negotiator of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, left, while Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, center, applauds after signing an agreement in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, August 24, 2016. Colombia's government and the country's biggest rebel group reached a deal for ending a half-century of hostilities in what has been one of the world's longest-running armed conflicts. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — The Latest on Colombia's peace deal (all times local):


India: French submarine data leak no security compromise

NEW DELHI (AP) — India says the reported leak of documents from a leading French builder of Scorpene submarines designed for India's navy has been investigated and does not pose any security compromise because sensitive information was blacked out.  

The Latest: Clinton video has supremacists lauding Trump

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, seated next to Dr. Ben Carson, holds a roundtable meeting with the Republican Leadership Initiative in his offices at Trump Tower in New York, Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):


Power outage briefly halts flights to Miami, nearby airports - FAA

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration briefly halted flights at Miami International and nearby airports around noon EDT (1600 GMT) on Thursday following a power outage at Miami's Terminal Radar Approach Control, a spokeswoman said. Air traffic control is allowing flights to land with spacing of 30 miles (48 km) between them, compared with normal spacing of between three and five miles, she said. During the outage, 14 flights diverted to nearby airports, Bergen said.

Apple boosts iPhone security after Mideast spyware discovery

Human rights activist Ahmed Mansoor shows Associated Press journalists a screenshot of a spoof text message he received in Ajman, United Arab Emirates, on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. Mansoor was recently targeted by spyware that can hack into Apple's iPhone handset. The company said Thursday it was updated its security. The text message reads: "New secrets on the torture of Emirati citizens in jail." (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell) PARIS (AP) — A botched attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto unknown espionage software has trigged a global upgrade of Apple's mobile operating system, researchers said Thursday.


Apple boosts iPhone security after Mideast spyware discovery

Human rights activist Ahmed Mansoor shows Associated Press journalists a screenshot of a spoof text message he received in Ajman, United Arab Emirates, on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. Mansoor was recently targeted by spyware that can hack into Apple's iPhone handset. The company said Thursday it was updated its security. The text message reads: "New secrets on the torture of Emirati citizens in jail." (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell) PARIS (AP) — A botched attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto unknown espionage software has trigged a global upgrade of Apple's mobile operating system, researchers said Thursday.


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