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Protest in Burundi after UN decides to send police

Protesters in Bujumbura on July 30, 2016 demonstrating against a UN Security Council decision to send a police contingent into Burundi Around 1,000 people marched through the streets of Burundi's capital Saturday to protest against a United Nations Security Council decision to send a police contingent to the troubled country. Protesters marched to the French embassy, angry that France had drafted the UN resolution to send the controversial police squad. One demonstrator carried a banner saying that it was France that needed UN peacekeepers, making a reference to a truck attack in the southern French city of Nice that killed 84 people.


Saudis offer UN information about attacks on Yemen civilians

Saudi F-15 warplanes have been involved in recent bombing raids over Yemen The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has offered to share with the United Nations the results of 10 investigations into air strikes on civilian targets, according to a confidential letter AFP obtained on Saturday. Saudi Ambassador Abdallah al-Mouallimi outlined a series of measures the coalition is taking to prevent attacks on civilians in Yemen in the 13-page letter sent to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday.


Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattails

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The former Ku Klux Klan leader who earned a runoff spot in Louisiana's 1991 governor's race is linking his latest political comeback try to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Discredited Tulsa volunteer sheriff's deputy program revived

FILE - In this Tuesday, May 31, 2016 file photo, Robert Bates, a former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who said he mistook his handgun for his stun gun when he fatally shot an unarmed suspect in 2015, is escorted from the courtroom following his sentencing at the courthouse in Tulsa, Okla. The Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy program shut down after a Bates fatally shot an unarmed black man is back in business with tougher requirements, new sheriff Vic Regalado said. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File) TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy program shut down after a member fatally shot an unarmed black man is back in business with tougher requirements, new Tulsa sheriff Vic Regalado said, although every one of the new reserves was in the old force that was riddled with cronyism and all but three are white in a city with fraught race relations.


Good cop or bad cop? Police chief under fire over outbursts

FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2012 file photo, New Haven, Conn., Police Chief Dean Esserman speaks at news conference about a new effort to reduce gun violence. Esserman has earned respect nationally for community policing efforts in Connecticut and Rhode Island. But he’s in trouble again for another angry outburst in public. Esserman is on a three-week paid leave of absence for allegedly berating a waitress in July 2016. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File) HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — New Haven Police Chief Dean Esserman has confounded both supporters and critics over the years with dueling good cop-bad cop personalities.


Merkel's asylum policy under fire again from key ally

People in front of the Olympia Einkaufszentrum shopping centre in Munich mourn those killed there in a shooting rampage German Chancellor Angela Merkel's key ally in Bavaria distanced himself again on Saturday from her welcoming policy towards migrants in the wake of a series of brutal attacks in the country. Horst Seehofer, the conservative premier of Bavaria, said he did not share Merkel's "We can do it" credo on accommodating the almost 1.1 million migrants and refugees who arrived in 2015. Seehofer, who leads the Christian Social Union, the sister party to Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats, said, "with the best will, I cannot make it mine.


Merkel's asylum policy under fire again from key ally

People in front of the Olympia Einkaufszentrum shopping centre in Munich mourn those killed there in a shooting rampage German Chancellor Angela Merkel's key ally in Bavaria distanced himself again on Saturday from her welcoming policy towards migrants in the wake of a series of brutal attacks in the country. Horst Seehofer, the conservative premier of Bavaria, said he did not share Merkel's "We can do it" credo on accommodating the almost 1.1 million migrants and refugees who arrived in 2015. Seehofer, who leads the Christian Social Union, the sister party to Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats, said, "with the best will, I cannot make it mine.


Affluent Kansas City suburbs at center of political backlash

FILE - In this Monday June 20, 2016 file photo, a family approaches the front doors at Blue Valley Northwest High School in Overland Park, Kan. Blue Valley had fewer than 900 students in 1970. It is now the state's fourth-largest district, with more than 22,500 students and five high schools, the newest one opening in 2010. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner, file) SHAWNEE, Kan. (AP) — Small-government Republican conservatives face a political backlash in Kansas because of the state's budget problems and battles over education funding, and the epicenter is in sprawling Kansas City suburbs where residents have cherished public schools for decades.


Pope urges clergy to go into the world, tend to the needy

Pope Francis walks with nuns as he arrives at the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow, Poland, Saturday, July 30, 2016, on the fourth day of his visit to Poland. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis encouraged Catholic priests and nuns to leave their comfort zones and tend to the needy as he celebrated a Mass on Saturday in a Polish church dedicated to St. John Paul II, the Polish pontiff whose staunch defense of workers' rights in the 1970s and '80s challenged his nation's then-Communist rulers.


Nico Rosberg grabs German Grand Prix pole

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg sets off in the third practice session of the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheim circuit on July 30, 2016 Nico Rosberg regained the initiative in his duel for the Formula One world title with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton on Saturday, when he grabbed pole position for the German Grand Prix with a dramatic late qualifying lap. When Hamilton went for his final lap, he was unable to improve and regain the initiative and Rosberg could celebrate, while a disappointed Hamilton struggled to hide his feelings. "Well done, Nico, a fantastic lap and well done under the circumstances," said Mercedes technical chief Paddy Lowe, who revealed that Rosberg's car was heavily fuelled.


Protest in Burundi after UN decides to send police

Protesters in Bujumbura on July 30, 2016 demonstrating against a UN Security Council decision to send a police contingent into Burundi Around 1,000 people marched through the streets of Burundi's capital Saturday to protest against a United Nations Security Council decision to send a police contingent to the troubled country. Protesters marched to the French embassy, angry that France had drafted the UN resolution to send the controversial police squad. One demonstrator carried a banner saying that it was France that needed UN peacekeepers, making a reference to a truck attack in the southern French city of Nice that killed 84 people.


Nico Rosberg takes pole for German GP, Hamilton 2nd

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg of Germany celebrates after the Formula One qualifying in Hockenheim, Germany, Saturday, July 30, 2016. The German Formula One Grand Prix takes place in Hockenheim on Sunday, July 31, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Probst) HOCKENHEIM, Germany (AP) — Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes teammate and Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton to take pole position for Sunday's German Grand Prix.


Dunes pavilion work stoppage not expected to delay opening

FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2015 file photo, developer Chuck Williams, a state Republican Party official, poses by the dilapidated beachfront pavilion at Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton, Ind., that he plans to rehabilitate. Williams says an order by the National Park Service to stop work on the project is temporary and isn’t expected to delay its planned opening in May 2017. National Park Service and DNR officials say at issue is a technical matter of how the pavilion will be classified. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty, File) SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A state Department of Natural Resources official and a developer who plans to refurbish and privatize a pavilion at Indiana Dunes State Park say an order by the National Park Service to stop work on the project is temporary and isn't expected to delay its planned opening next May.


Thousands, including PM, attends Stockholm's gay pride march

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Tens of thousands of people, including Sweden's prime minister, have participated in Stockholm's annual gay pride parade, walking along streets sprinkled with balloons and rainbow flags.

A look at some of the most death-defying stunts of all time

In this Monday, July 25, 2016 photo, skydiver Luke Aikins jumps from a helicopter during his training in Simi Valley, Calif. After months of training, this elite skydiver says he's ready to leave his chute in the plane when he bails out 25,000 feet above Simi Valley on Saturday. That's right, no parachute, no wingsuit and no fellow skydiver with an extra one to hand him in mid-air. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Although he's one of the most accomplished skydivers in the world, Luke Aikins will tell you what he's about to do — jump out of a plane without a parachute — is one crazy stunt.


First families leave Syria's besieged Aleppo

Syrian government forces have surrounded rebel-held districts in eastern Aleppo since July 17, sparking fears for an estimated 250,000 people who live there Dozens of civilians left the besieged and battered opposition-held east of Syria's Aleppo city on Saturday through a "humanitarian corridor" to the government-held west, state media reported. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported that "a number" of civilians had crossed into government territory. The crossings were the first major movement of people from the besieged districts of the city after regime ally Russia announced Thursday that passages would be opened for civilians and surrendering fighters.


First families leave Syria's besieged Aleppo

Syrian government forces have surrounded rebel-held districts in eastern Aleppo since July 17, sparking fears for an estimated 250,000 people who live there Dozens of civilians left the besieged and battered opposition-held east of Syria's Aleppo city on Saturday through a "humanitarian corridor" to the government-held west, state media reported. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported that "a number" of civilians had crossed into government territory. The crossings were the first major movement of people from the besieged districts of the city after regime ally Russia announced Thursday that passages would be opened for civilians and surrendering fighters.


Syrian civilians begin leaving rebel-held parts of Aleppo

BEIRUT (AP) — Dozens of families and some opposition fighters started leaving besieged rebel-held neighborhoods in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Saturday after the government opened safe corridors for civilians and fighters who want to leave, state media reported.

Skydiver makes final preparations to jump without parachute

In this Monday, July 25, 2016 photo, skydiver Luke Aikins signals to pilot Aaron Fitzgerald as he prepares to jump from a helicopter in Simi Valley, Calif. After months of training, this elite skydiver says he's ready to leave his chute in the plane when he bails out 25,000 feet over Simi Valley on Saturday. That's right, no parachute, no wingsuit and no fellow skydiver with an extra one to hand him in mid-air. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Skydiver Luke Aikins figures his next leap into thin air will start pretty much like the thousands that preceded it, only with one small but significant difference: This time when he steps out of the plane at 25,000 feet he won't take his parachute with him.


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Russia announces four more escape routes from Syrian Aleppo

Picture shows the Karaj al-Hajz corridor (C) in rebel-held Aleppo, leading to the Syrian government-controlled area of Masharqa Russia's defence ministry on Saturday announced that four additional "humanitarian corridors" will be opened from Syria's besieged Aleppo, adding that 169 civilians have been able to get out so far. "Four humanitarian corridors are being opened, in addition to those prepared earlier for the exit of civilians from Aleppo neighbourhoods controlled by militants," a defence ministry statement said. The defence ministry said that 85 civilians left the eastern parts of Aleppo Friday, with 52 more on Saturday.


Russia announces four more escape routes from Syrian Aleppo

Picture shows the Karaj al-Hajz corridor (C) in rebel-held Aleppo, leading to the Syrian government-controlled area of Masharqa Russia's defence ministry on Saturday announced that four additional "humanitarian corridors" will be opened from Syria's besieged Aleppo, adding that 169 civilians have been able to get out so far. "Four humanitarian corridors are being opened, in addition to those prepared earlier for the exit of civilians from Aleppo neighbourhoods controlled by militants," a defence ministry statement said. The defence ministry said that 85 civilians left the eastern parts of Aleppo Friday, with 52 more on Saturday.


Turkish authorities free over 800 soldiers in coup probe

A man walks is seen left behind a giant Turkish flag at Besiktas area in Istanbul, on Friday, July 29, 2016. The government crackdown in the coup's aftermath has strained Turkey's ties with key allies including the United States. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias) ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish courts on Saturday released over 800 enlisted conscripts who were under arrest as part of the investigation into the July 15 failed coup, the state-run Anadolu news agency said.


Powerball's eye-popping jackpots explained

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Powerball players will have a shot at the nation's eighth-largest lottery jackpot this weekend, but they'll face long odds that have led to nearly three months without a winner.

Activists rally for Scottish independence after Brexit vote

Scottish independence supporters rally in Glasgow's George Square on July 30, 2016 to call for a second referendum Around 3,000 people rallied in Glasgow on Saturday demanding a second referendum on Scottish independence in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU. While 52 percent of UK voters opted to quit the European Union in the June 23 referendum, within Scotland, 62 percent voted for Britain to stay in the 28-country bloc. Many of those on Saturday's rally in Scotland's biggest city waved Scottish flags, while others wore kilts or played the bagpipes.


Activists rally for Scottish independence after Brexit vote

Scottish independence supporters rally in Glasgow's George Square on July 30, 2016 to call for a second referendum Around 3,000 people rallied in Glasgow on Saturday demanding a second referendum on Scottish independence in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU. While 52 percent of UK voters opted to quit the European Union in the June 23 referendum, within Scotland, 62 percent voted for Britain to stay in the 28-country bloc. Many of those on Saturday's rally in Scotland's biggest city waved Scottish flags, while others wore kilts or played the bagpipes.


Powerball $478 million jackpot is nation's 8th largest

FILE - In this Jan. 13, 2016 file photo, a clerk at a convenience store pulls Powerball tickets from a printer for a customer in Tampa, Fla. The Powerball jackpot for the Wednesday, July 27, 2016, drawing has soared to over $420 million thanks to nearly three months without a winner of the big prize. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Powerball players have a shot at the nation's eighth-largest lottery jackpot, but they should keep in mind that their dreams of riches likely won't become a reality.


Pope urges Polish churchmen to open up, shun worldly ambitions

Pope Francis looks on during the Way of the Cross with the young people gathered at Blonia Park in Krakow By Wiktor Szary KRAKOW, Poland (Reuters) - Pope Francis urged Poland's Roman Catholic churchmen on Saturday to live more simple lives, focus on those most in need and shun worldly ambitions. On the fourth day of his trip to Poland for an international gathering of Catholic youth, Francis addressed some 2,000 Polish bishops and priests gathered at a shrine dedicated to the late Pope John Paul, who died in 2005 and was made a saint in 2014. In the homily of a Mass, he told them not to lead "two-track lives" or to "remain enclosed, out of fear or convenience, within ourselves ..." Archbishop of Krakow Stanislaw Dziwisz, addressing Francis at the end of the Mass, said: "We are not closed within ourselves".


Coalition warplanes attack Houthi fighters near Saudi border: sources

Warplanes of a Saudi-led coalition bombed Houthi fighters from Yemen seeking to infiltrate Saudi Arabia on Saturday, killing tens of Houthi militiamen, security sources said. The bombing took place on the Yemeni side of the border close to the Saudi city of Najran, they said. The flare-up in fighting was one of the worst since peace talks began in Kuwait in April between Yemen’s government and the Houthis to end a 16-month conflict that has left more than 6,400 people dead, nearly half of them civilians, and displaced more than 2.5 million.

Water main break closes inner lanes of Roosevelt Blvd.

Water main break closes inner lanes of Roosevelt Blvd. Crews are working to fix a water main break that forced police to detour traffic off the Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia.


Burundi protests plan to deploy UN police

BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — More than 1,000 people in Burundi participated in a government-backed demonstration in the capital, Bujumbura, to protest France's proposal approved by the U.N. Security Council to deploy U.N. police to the country.

Fighting between Turkish forces, Kurdish rebels kills 43

ISTANBUL (AP) — Authorities say fighting between Turkish forces and Kurdish rebels in the restive southeast of the country has killed eight Turkish soldiers and 35 Kurdish fighters.

Mickelson rallies to makes cut, McIlroy bogeys 18 to miss

Phil Mickelson greets fans as he walks to the 12th tee during the second round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J., Friday, July 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) — Phil Mickelson walked off the first green with a disgusted look on his face, as if he'd thrown away any shot at making the cut in the PGA Championship.


Top Asian News 1:46 p.m. GMT

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte called off a weeklong cease-fire after communist guerrillas killed a government militiaman and failed to declare their own truce by a Saturday deadline he had imposed. It was the first irritant in what has been a blossoming relationship between Duterte, who calls himself a left-wing president, and the Maoist guerrillas, who have been waging one of Asia's longest-running communist insurgencies. Both sides had agreed to resume peace talks next month in Norway, and it was not immediately clear whether the talks would be affected. After withdrawing his cease-fire order, Duterte issued a statement Saturday evening saying he had ordered all government forces to go on high alert and "continue to discharge their normal functions and mandate to neutralize all threats to national security, protect the citizenry, enforce the laws and maintain peace in the land." Duterte, who was sworn in on June 30, declared the government cease-fire Monday during his state of the nation address.

Teen released, 2 still in custody for French church attack

PARIS (AP) — A teenager detained following the gruesome killing of an 85-year-old priest by a pair of jihadi attackers in northwest France was released Saturday, a French official said.

Kawasaki beats Bellmare 2-0 to stay top of J-League

TOKYO (AP) — Yoshito Okubo and Yu Kobayashi scored second-half goals on Saturday as Kawasaki Frontale beat Shonan Bellmare 3-2 to remain in first place in the J-League.

Armenia issues ultimatum to resolve lengthy hostage siege

Armenian opposition supporters march along the streets to the Erebuni police station where an armed pro-opposition group has been holed up with hostages for almost two weeks Armenia's security services issued an ultimatum to gunmen holding up a police station Saturday, in a bid to resolve a weeks-long hostage crisis after dozens were hurt in overnight clashes. "We are giving members of the armed group until 17:00 (1300 GMT) to lay down their arms and surrender," the Armenian national security services said in a statement. Dozens were injured and 26 arrested in the early hours of Saturday after authorities broke up a rally near the police station, where the armed pro-opposition group has been holed up for almost two weeks with several hostages.


Armenia issues ultimatum to resolve lengthy hostage siege

Armenian opposition supporters march along the streets to the Erebuni police station where an armed pro-opposition group has been holed up with hostages for almost two weeks Armenia's security services issued an ultimatum to gunmen holding up a police station Saturday, in a bid to resolve a weeks-long hostage crisis after dozens were hurt in overnight clashes. "We are giving members of the armed group until 17:00 (1300 GMT) to lay down their arms and surrender," the Armenian national security services said in a statement. Dozens were injured and 26 arrested in the early hours of Saturday after authorities broke up a rally near the police station, where the armed pro-opposition group has been holed up for almost two weeks with several hostages.


Former Vermont governor touts instant-runoff voting in Maine

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean — who's also the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee — says he favors a voting system that would bring big changes to the American electoral process.

The Latest: Young pilgrims fill meadow for meeting with pope

Pope Francis poses for a selfie with youths after he had lunch with them at the Bishop's residence in Krakow, Poland, Saturday, July 30, 2016. The religious celebrations Saturday came on the fourth day of the pope’s five-day visit to Poland, his first ever visit to Eastern Europe, where he has been gathering with young Catholics attending World Youth Day, a global event. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP) KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — The Latest on the pope's visit to Poland (all times local):


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