NEWS Distillation INTL – Day of 19 February 2016 – Yahoo – (TCP …

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19 February 2016

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  • Cameron hails EU deal to give Britain special status , battle looms2

    By Jan Strupczewski and Elizabeth Piper BRUSSELS (Reuters) David Cameron hailed a landmark deal on Friday he said gave Britain special status in the European Union and pledged to campaign heart and soul to stay in the EU at a deeply uncertain referendum expected in June. At a summit that ran

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  • North Korea artillery shots heard from South Korea island prompts alarm3

    North Korea fired several artillery rounds into the sea near a disputed maritime border with South Korea on Saturday, causing alarm among residents on a nearby island in the South, but the shells did not fly across the border, the South s military said. The two Koreas are in a tense political

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  • EU leaders urge pause in Syrian fighting, end to Russia bombing4

    EU leaders told Russia to stop bombing Western-backed opposition fighters in Syria and accused Moscow and Iran of threatening peace efforts, as well as helping Islamic State and worsening refugee flows in Europe.

    Leaders made the call a week after major powers agreed a pause in combat in Syria,

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  • For Cruz, evangelical landscape in South Carolina is more complex5

    I think he s trying to go by Christ, and he said he d abide by the Bible in his decisions, Mrs. McClanahan, in her early 70s, says of Senator Cruz. Cruz s message combining biblical and constitutional values speaks most directly to voters such as McClanahan older Christians who pine for

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  • Why compassion is a key ingredient to combating extremism6

    For Tony McAleer, becoming a skinhead meant forming relationships with others through violence.

    During his years as a young white supremacist, he stalked the streets of Vancouver, gun or walking cane or piece of wood in hand, provoking people into reactions that he and his fellow skinheads would

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  • What happens if Donald Trump loses South Carolina?7

    A few days ago we looked at the consequences of a big Donald Trump victory in South Carolina s Republican primary on Saturday. The most likely outcome remains Mr. Trump on top.

    The real estate billionaire has a 78 percent chance of winning South Carolina s primary, according to the

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  • Affluenza case moved to adult court: why that may be what defense wanted8

    Ethan Couch, the affluenza teen convicted of four counts of manslaughter in a drunk-driving incident, is to answer charges in an adult court. The latest case seeks to answer the question of whether Mr. Couch violated the terms of his probation, a charge precipitated by a video that shows Couch

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  • British PM Cameron to convene Cabinet to discuss EU deal9

    LONDON (AP) British Prime Minister David Cameron will be meeting with senior Cabinet advisers seeking support for a new deal that would govern Britain s relations with the European Union ahead of a U.K.

    referendum on EU membership that could be held as early as this summer.

    Associated Press29 mins ago

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  • Kenya lions back in park after city visit: rangers10

    Four lions who went on the prowl in Kenya s capital Nairobi after escaping from a national park have returned to the reserve, rangers said Saturday, after a day-long hunt for the big cats. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) issued an appeal on Friday, with armed rangers and KWS vets with dart guns

    AFP31 mins ago

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  • US embassy raises alarm at fighting in northern Myanmar11

    The US embassy in Yangon said it was deeply concerned over clashes involving ethnic armed groups and the military in northern Myanmar that have displaced thousands of people, warning that the violence threatened to unravel the country s delicate peace process. Heavy bouts of fighting broke out

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  • American Kang among 3 tied for Women s Australian Open lead12

    ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) American Danielle Kang shot a 5-under 67 on Saturday to move into a share of the third-round lead with South Korea s Jenny Shin and Haru Nomura of Japan at the Women s Australian Open.

    Associated Press49 mins ago

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  • Top Asian News 7:53 a.m.

    GMT13

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) The Pacific island nation of Fiji was hunkering down Saturday as a formidable cyclone with winds of 300 kilometers (186 miles) per hour bore down. Cyclone Winston was forecast to pass between the two main populated islands overnight. Many domestic and international

    Associated Press58 mins ago

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  • Violence erupts during protests for caste benefits in India14

    NEW DELHI (AP) Hundreds of army and paramilitary soldiers on Saturday tried to quell protests by angry mobs demanding government benefits in a northern Indian state.

    Dozens of vehicles, shopping malls, rail stations have been burned and lawmakers homes attacked as police were ordered to fire

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  • Afghan official: Kabul power to be reconnected soon15

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) Afghanistan s capital will soon have electricity restored, weeks after insurgents destroyed cables from Uzbekistan providing power to the capital, officials said on Saturday.

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  • Israel harnesses skills of soldiers on the autism spectrum16

    TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) Pvt. E never thought he d join the army. As someone on the autism spectrum, he struggled with certain social situations and would get easily distracted.

    Now, at 19, he is serving in a sensitive intelligence unit in the Israeli military, working in software quality assurance

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  • McCullum almost embarrassed at record-breaking slog17

    Brendon McCullum belted the fastest century the world has seen on Saturday as he thrashed the Australian bowling in a landmark innings to celebrate his final Test. At the end of his explosive 145-run innings, the popular New Zealand captain felt a mixture of pride in what he had achieved and

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  • Cameron takes home special status EU deal for Britain18

    Prime Minister David Cameron takes a deal giving Britain special status in the EU back to London on Saturday hoping it will be enough to keep his country in the bloc as campaigning begins for a crucial in-out referendum. The British premier is expected to announce a date for the vote, likely

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  • Italian writer Umberto Eco dies aged 84: media19

    Italian author Umberto Eco, a philosopher who wrote best-selling novels including The Name of the Rose , has died at 84, Italian media said Saturday, quoting his family.

    Eco, who had been suffering from cancer, passed away at his home late on Friday, La Repubblica said on its website. Eco was

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  • Russia fails in UN bid to rein in Turkey over Syria20

    Western powers rejected a Russian bid at the United Nations to halt Turkey s military actions in Syria, as France warned of a dangerous escalation in the nearly five-year conflict. The emergency Security Council meeting came as US Secretary of State John Kerry cautioned there was a lot more work

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  • Clarke scores 48 runs in return to Sydney grade cricket21

    SYDNEY (AP) Former Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke played his first competitive match since retiring last year and survived two chances and a near runout before scoring 48 runs in a Sydney grade match Saturday.

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  • Clarke out for rusty 48 in comeback club match22

    Former Australia captain Michael Clarke scored what he described as a rusty 48 in his comeback match in Sydney club cricket on Saturday.

    Clarke, 34, who bowed out of the game in August after the disastrous Ashes series in England, was dropped twice early batting at No.

    3 for his old team Western

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  • McCullum s Test record spree gets New Zealand back in game23

    It was the dream script for Brendon McCullum s farewell a captain s rescue innings in which he bludgeoned records and ensured New Zealand would be a force in the second Test against Australia on Saturday. At stumps, Australia were 57-1 after McCullum s blistering 145 set New Zealand up for a

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  • NZ s McCullum hits fastest test century, off 54 balls24

    CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum hit the fastest century in test history, from 54 balls, in his last international match as the home side put on a display of power hitting on Saturday, the first day of the second test against Australia.

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  • Haiti interim president vows to hold former leaders accountable25

    Port-au-Prince (AFP) Haiti s interim president Jocelerme Privert vowed Friday to do everything in his power to hold the previous administration accountable for its actions, amid allegations of corruption and mismanagement. Privert said he has met with leaders from civil society and political

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  • 3,000 couples in Unification Church mass wedding26

    Thousands of couples took part in a mass wedding on Saturday by South Korea s Unification Church, with the widow of church founder Sun Myung Moon presiding over the event at a giant stadium.

    Mass weddings, often held in sports stadiums with tens of thousands of couples, have long been a signature

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  • Top Asian News 4:32 a.m. GMT27

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) The Pacific island nation of Fiji was hunkering down Saturday as a formidable cyclone with winds of 300 kilometers (186 miles) per hour bore down. Cyclone Winston was forecast to pass between the two main populated islands overnight.

    Many domestic and international

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  • Agent charged in Cuban ballplayer smuggling case28

    MIAMI (AP) A Florida-based sports agent who has worked for a company in a joint venture with entertainer Marc Antony s firm was arrested Friday on federal charges involving illegal smuggling of Cuban baseball players from the communist island to the U.S.

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  • Referendums that have shaped the EU29

    Britain will vote on whether to stay in the EU in a make-or-break referendum expected in June, after Prime Minister David Cameron sealed a reform deal in Brussels on Friday. The then European Economic Community s first expansion was in 1973. Founding member France blocked British membership under

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    Korea fires artillery rounds near border with South30

    North Korea fired a few artillery rounds during an apparent military drill near a frontline island on Saturday, a military spokesman from the South said, as tensions run high following nuclear and missile tests by Pyongyang. The incident also comes days after the South said it would conduct its

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  • Antarctica penguins unable to return home due to iceberg grounding31

    Tens of thousands of Antarctic penguins are estimated to be unable to return to their colony after a massive iceberg grounded there, according to a newly published study. The B09B iceberg, measuring some 100 square kilometres (38.6 square miles), grounded in Commonwealth Bay in East Antarctica in

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  • Virtual reality promises to transform film32

    Chris Milk stepped onto a TED Conference stage and took the audience on an awe-inducing trip into the future of movies.

    While much of the early attention on virtual reality has focused on use of the immersive technology in video games, Milk and his US startup Vrse are using it to transform

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  • Seoul: North conducted artillery drill near sea border33

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) Sounds of explosions caused South Korean residents of a front-line island to prepare to evacuate early Saturday, but it was later determined the noise came from a North Korean artillery drill across the rivals disputed maritime border, officials said.

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  • Austria caps migrants, agrees to cooperate better with Greece34

    Austria introduced a daily cap on asylum-seekers, sparking EU fears of a domino effect along the Balkan migrant trail and a threat from Greece to veto an accord keeping Britain in the bloc. A maximum of 80 migrants per day are now being allowed to claim asylum in Austria, and Vienna is also

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  • Umberto Eco: from philosophy to best-sellers35

    Italy s Umberto Eco, whose death at 84 has been announced by the Italian media, leapt from being an internationally-renowned philosopher to become an author of best-selling novels. Best-known for his 1980 historical mystery novel The Name of the Rose , which has been translated into more than 40

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  • Kokrak takes lead at Riviera; Spieth misses the cut36

    LOS ANGELES (AP) Jason Kokrak sensed something special was about to happen, and he could point to his name atop the leaderboard Friday in the Northern Trust Open.

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  • Key works by Umberto Eco37

    Milan (AFP) Academic and novelist Umberto Eco, whose death at the age of 84 was announced by the Italian media on Saturday, wrote many philosophical books and essays but is best known for his novels.

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  • Haiti leader committed to interim gov t lasting 120 days38

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) Haiti s provisional president said Friday he s committed to meeting deadlines that will ensure his caretaker government lasts for no more than 120 days to comply with a recently negotiated accord.

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  • Tottenham put to the test by hectic schedule39

    Mauricio Pochettino s insistence his Tottenham players will have no problem handling their daunting workload will be tested when Crystal Palace visit White Hart Lane in the FA Cup fifth round on Sunday.

    Tottenham s surge up to second place in the Premier League means the club s focus is now

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  • Turkey says Obama shares Syria concerns with Erdogan, affirms support40

    By Ece Toksabay ISTANBUL (Reuters) Turkey s presidency said U.S. President Barack Obama had shared his concerns over the Syrian conflict and promised his support on Friday, hours after a tense exchange between the two NATO allies over the role of Kurdish militants. In a phone conversation that

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  • McCullum sets world record for fastest test century41

    CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) Brendon McCullum has posted the fastest century in test cricket history, from 54 balls, in his last international match before retirement.

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  • Peace monitors want to spur launch of South Sudan government42

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) The head of an international group monitoring South Sudan s peace process said Friday he will propose security arrangements to spur the return of rebel leader Riek Machar as vice president, a critical step to launching a national unity government that must urgently tackle

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  • Fiji declares curfew nationwide as powerful cyclone Winston approaches43

    By Peter Gosnell (Reuters) Fiji declared a nationwide curfew on Saturday, as airlines suspended flights and the prime minister warned people to seek refuge from a cyclone that could prove to be the Pacific island nation s most powerful on record.

    After twice hammering outlying islands in nearby

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  • Mexican drug lord lawyers: prison guards won t let him sleep44

    MEXICO CITY (AP) Lawyers for drug lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman said Friday he told them that guards at Mexico s Altiplano prison won t let him sleep, and that plans to make a movie about his life with actress Kate del Castillo are still on.

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  • What he wanted and what he got: assessing Cameron s EU deal45

    After two long days of talks, the European Union agreed a deal late Friday to recast Britain s EU membership at Prime Minister David Cameron s urging ahead of an in-out referendum. WHAT HE WANTED: Facing intense pressure from the public and his centre-right Conservative party over rising

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  • Anger following dolphin death on Argentine beach46

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) The apparent death of a baby dolphin after being passed around on an Argentine beach is creating a furor in the South American country.

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  • Cameron: Deal means Britain won t be part of EU superstate 47

    BRUSSELS (AP) Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday pledged Britain will never become part of a European superstate thanks to a hard-fought deal for a less intrusive European Union which he hopes will sway voters in a referendum to keep the island nation in the 28-nation bloc.

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  • Venezuela s economic crisis chokes national soccer team48

    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) Venezuela s top soccer official said the national team s finances are being gutted by the country s economic crisis and that if relief doesn t come soon some top players may sit out future World Cup qualifiers.

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  • France rejects Russia s proposed UN resolution on Syria49

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) France immediately rejected Russia s proposed U.N. resolution Friday demanding an immediate halt to cross-border shelling and foreign ground intervention in Syria, warning that a dangerous military escalation could spiral out of control.

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  • UK-EU deal preserves Britain s leeway on market regulations50

    By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) European Union leaders reached a deal late on Friday that offers leeway to Britain in applying banking and markets regulations, but maintains that there will be a single set of rules for the financial sector within the EU.

    EU Council President Donald

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  • Argentine union stacks new Super Rugby team with Pumas51

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) Despite an unavoidably hectic travel schedule, Argentina s stocks in world rugby are expected to climb further through the addition of a team in this year s expanded Super Rugby competition.

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  • Obama, Turkey s Erdogan discuss Syrian conflict in phone call: White House52

    U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday spoke with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan by telephone about the situation in Syria. Obama expressed concerns about recent Syrian government advances in northwest Syria and called for a halt to actions that heighten tensions with Turkey and with moderate

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  • Chicago buffeted as strong winds prompt highrise evacuations53

    By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) Gusts of up to 70 mph (113 kph) in the Windy City on Friday caused the closure of the second-tallest U.S.

    building s observation deck, power outages, flight cancellations and highrise evacuations. The Willis Tower Skydeck, a popular tourist attraction at the

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  • Britain s future, migrant split reveal growing EU divide54

    BRUSSELS (AP) Britain is thinking of leaving. Greece feels isolated.

    Austria and Denmark are pushing controversial measures for coping with asylum-seekers despite what their neighbors think.

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  • How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Friday55

    NEW YORK (AP) U.S. stocks inched lower Friday as the price of oil slipped and investors worried again about the health of the global economy. Chemicals companies fell the most, while consumer and tech stocks rose.

    The market had its best week of the year.

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  • Congo orders arrest of key candidate in presidential race56

    Congolese authorities on Friday said they had ordered the arrest of a former army chief who is challenging President Denis Sassou Nguesso, in power for more than 30 years, in elections next month. Speaking on state television, public prosecutor Andre Oko Ngakala said he had given instructions for

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  • Virgin Galactic rolls out new space tourism rocket plane57

    MOJAVE, Calif. (AP) Virgin Galactic rolled out a new version of its SpaceShipTwo space tourism rocket Friday as it prepares to return to flight testing for the first time since a 2014 accident destroyed the original craft, killing a pilot and setting back the nascent industry.

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  • AP withdraws photos awarded a 3rd place in World Press Photo58

    AMSTERDAM (AP) The Associated Press has withdrawn a series of eight photographs showing raindrop-covered pictures of victims of the November 2015 Paris attacks that were awarded third prize in the People Stories category of the World Press Photo competition.

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  • Levante beats Getafe 3-0 to escape bottom in Spain59

    VALENCIA, Spain (AP) Jose Morales scored one goal and set up two more as Levate beat Getafe 3-0 and provisionally rose out of last place in the Spanish league on Friday.

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  • Cameron has fair deal on EU reform, says Germany s Merkel60

    European leaders have agreed on a fair compromise deal with British Prime Minister David Cameron, with which he can campaign to keep Britain in the bloc, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said at the conclusion of an EU summit on Friday. We believe that with this we have given David Cameron a

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    air raid hits Islamic State in Libya, 43 dead61

    By Ahmed Elumami and Aidan Lewis TRIPOLI (Reuters) U.S. warplanes launched air strikes against a suspected Islamic State training camp in western Libya on Friday, killing more than 40 people, likely including a militant connected to two deadly attacks last year in neighboring Tunisia. It was

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  • Kurdish militants claim Ankara bombing, warn foreign tourists62

    A Kurdish militant group on Friday claimed the suicide car bomb attack on a military convoy in the Turkish capital Ankara that killed 28 people, threatening new attacks targeting the crucial tourism sector.

    The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (TAK), who have been linked to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers

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  • Tuilagi proves fitness in front of England boss Jones63

    Manu Tuilagi staked his claim for a Six Nations call-up in front of England boss Eddie Jones as the Leicester star returned from his injury lay-off in a 25-19 Premiership defeat at Harlequins on Friday. Tuilagi had missed Leicester s last three matches with a hamstring strain and has not played

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  • US military kept nukes on Okinawa64

    The US government has declassified the fact it held nuclear weapons on Okinawa in Japan during the Cold War, though the matter had long been an open secret. The National Security Archive at George Washington University welcomed the disclosure, but pointed to US Air Force photos depicting nuclear

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  • British anti-EU leader slams Dave s deal 65

    UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage on Friday said the agreement on Prime Minister David Cameron s demands for EU reforms at a key summit in Brussels was not worth the paper it s written on .

    This deal that he s done does not address the fundamental issues that people care about,

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  • EU summit clinches deal to keep Britain in bloc with special status 66

    By Jan Strupczewski and Elizabeth Piper BRUSSELS (Reuters) European Union leaders agreed unanimously on a package of measures aimed at keeping Britain in the 28-nation bloc at an extended summit on Friday night, European Council President Donald Tusk said. British Prime Minister David Cameron

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  • U.S. says Russia trying to distract with draft U.N.

    resolution67

    Russia is trying to distract the world with a draft U.N. Security Council resolution calling for Syria s sovereignty to be respected, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, said on Friday.

    Speaking after a council meeting on the Russian draft, Power said Moscow should instead

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  • Colombia peace drive wobbles, president says time short68

    Colombia s president Friday pressured FARC rebels to respect a March 23 deadline for a peace deal to end a half-century conflict, warning time was short as tensions rose over the negotiations. Progress made in recent weeks at peace talks in Havana looked in peril as President Juan Manuel Santos

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  • EU s Tusk says unanimous support for deal to keep Britain in the EU69

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) European Union Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday an agreement to keep Britain in the bloc won unanimous support from all of the EU states 28 leaders. Deal.

    Unanimous support for new settlement for #UKinEU, Tusk wrote on Twitter. (Reporting by Tom Koerkemeier)

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  • UK source says EU draft agreement has makings of a deal 70

    A draft agreement to keep Britain in the European Union has the makings of a deal , a UK source said on Friday. EU leaders said the two sides had reached agreement on a package of measures to reform Britain s ties with the European Union at a summit in Brussels.

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  • Morris heroics win it for South Africa71

    For the second week in a row all-rounder Chris Morris conjured a victory for South Africa, taking the hosts to a three-wicket win over England off the last ball of the first Twenty20 international at Newlands on Friday. England looked set to defend a modest total as Reece Topley started the last

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  • Veteran Museveni leads count in chaotic Uganda election72

    Partial results in Uganda s chaotic election on Friday gave veteran president Yoweri Museveni a solid lead as the US urged him to rein in the police after his main challenger was detained for the third time this week.

    The police raid came as people continued to vote at dozens of polling stations

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  • Obama, justices pay respects to Scalia73

    President Barack Obama, the U.S. Supreme Court s eight remaining members, former law clerks and thousands of ordinary Americans paid respects to the late Justice Antonin Scalia on Friday as his body lay in repose in the stately, white-marble courthouse. The president and first lady Michelle Obama

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  • Merkel pops out for chips as Brexit summit drags74

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel stepped out of over-running Brussels negotiations on Britain s future in the European Union Friday to buy a bag of chips.

    Europe s most powerful political leader decided to go out for a snack in Brussels after talks hailed as an English breakfast were delayed

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  • Drug lord Chapo s wife afraid for his life 75

    The wife of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman complained in a television interview about his treatment in prison and said she fears for his life. Emma Coronel, the mother of Guzman s US-born twin girls, told Telemundo that the authorities want to make him pay for his escape in July,

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  • Denied English breakfast , Merkel nips out for chips in Brussels76

    By Robert-Jan Bartunek and Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) Angela Merkel nipped out of a tense EU summit on Friday to grab a cone of chips at one of Brussels best known frites kiosks. The German chancellor and her aides slipped out of the European Council building on foot to enjoy

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  • EU summit reconvenes with new draft text on Britain deal: officials77

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) European Union leaders reconvened an extended summit late on Friday to examine a new draft deal intended to keep Britain in the 28-nation bloc, with diplomats optimistic that an agreement was at hand.

    The summit was forced into extra time due to wrangling over welfare benefits

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  • Cameron closes in on deal at marathon Brexit talks78

    British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday appeared to close in on a reform deal to keep his country in the EU after two days and nights of haggling with European leaders at a Brussels summit. Cameron s 27 counterparts have dug in their heels at the meeting, leading to marathon negotiations

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  • US air strike kills dozens at IS camp in Libya79

    A US air strike on a jihadist training camp in Libya killed dozens of people Friday, probably including a senior Islamic State group operative behind attacks in Tunisia, officials said. Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said Noureddine Chouchane, also known as Sabir, and other jihadists had

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  • Farah wants family in Rio despite Zika threat80

    British distance-running star Mo Farah has insisted he wants his family with him when he defends his Olympic titles in Brazil later this year, despite the threat of the Zika virus.

    Farah won gold in both the Olympic 5,000 and 10,000 metres in front of his home crowd in London four years ago and is

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  • Brazil cuts budget by $6 billion amid recession81

    SAO PAULO (AP) The Brazilian government Friday announced nearly $6 billion in spending cuts in its 2016 budget amid the country s worst recession in decades.

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  • South Africa clinches last-ball win over England in 1st T2082

    CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) South Africa beat England by three wickets in the first Twenty20 on Friday, running two off the last ball and surviving after Reece Topley missed an easy run out that would have kept the scores tied and forced a one-over eliminator.

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  • Pentagon says US bombed IS training camp in Libya83

    WASHINGTON (AP) American F-15E fighter-bombers struck an Islamic State training camp in rural Libya near the Tunisian border Friday, killing dozens, probably including an IS operative considered responsible for deadly attacks in Tunisia last year, U.S. and local officials said. The strike did not

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  • Canada divided as 25,000 Syrian refugees settle in84

    Canadians remain divided about the resettlement of Syrian refugees, with some saying Canada should accept more despite a series of racist incidents that have marred a mostly smooth arrival of nearly 25,000 migrants, a poll showed on Friday.

    Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was elected in

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  • Saudi Arabia halts $4B in Lebanese deals over Iran dispute85

    BEIRUT (AP) Saudi Arabia announced on Friday it is halting deals worth $4 billion aimed at equipping and supporting Lebanese security forces in retaliation for the tiny country s siding with Iran amid the Sunni kingdom s spat with the Shiite power.

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  • Guinea general strike ends after successful government talks86

    A general strike that paralysed the Guinean capital and other cities for four days was cancelled on Friday, a trade union coalition said, after reaching a comprehensive agreement with the government. Union leaders were demanding that prices of basic commodities and fuel be lowered, as well as

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  • In setback, Syrian peace talks not to resume next week87

    BEIRUT (AP) In another setback to international efforts to resolve Syria s devastating civil war, peace talks are not to resume next week in Geneva, a U.N. envoy announced as Turkey on Friday intensified cross-border artillery shelling on areas dominated by Syria s U.S.-backed, mostly Kurdish

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  • Austria, Hungary moves highlight EU disarray over migrants88

    BERLIN (AP) Austria raised the prospect of even tighter limits on the number of asylum seekers entering the country Friday while Hungary said it is shutting three railway border crossings with Croatia, highlighting the disarray within the European Union over migrants.

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  • Suicide bombers kill at least 24 in Cameroon market89

    By Sylvain Andzongo YAOUNDE (Reuters) Two suicide bombers posing as food vendors killed at least 24 people and injured 112 others in a market in Meme, northern Cameroon, security sources said on Friday.

    It was the first time the town of Meme has been targeted but there have been previous

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  • Extreme US worry about Zika impact in Haiti90

    Bras lia (AFP) A top US health official expressed extreme concern Friday over the potential for Zika to expand throughout Haiti and said the United States is helping the deeply impoverished Caribbean nation prepare. There was extreme concern of Haiti in terms of impact that dengue has there,

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  • France says won t give in on finance, welfare at summit on Britain s EU future91

    By Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) French President Francois Hollande stuck to a firm line on Friday on limiting concessions to London on financial sector reforms and welfare at a European Union summit struggling to work out a deal to keep Britain in the bloc. Hollande said he would feel regret

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  • Colombian rebels push back against travel ban92

    BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) Colombia s largest rebel group is pushing back against the government s suspension of travel permits for peace negotiators in Cuba saying a surprise political rally Thursday didn t violate any ground rules for visits aimed at explaining agreements to their fighters.

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  • Scholar says Poland s Holocaust policies mark step backward93

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) A prominent Polish-American academic whose scholarship has explored Polish violence against Jews during World War II says Poland s new right-wing leadership is taking a step back to the dark ages of anti-Semitism with a threat to strip him of a state honor and other measures.

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  • Spanish gold medalist believes she contracted Zika in Rio94

    SAO PAULO (AP) Spanish Olympic gold medalist Marina Alabau says she got Zika while training in Brazil in December, suffering painful symptoms in an experience that the wind surfer said won t stop her from competing in the Games in August.

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  • France orders expulsion of big swath of Calais migrant camp95

    PARIS (AP) Authorities issued an expulsion order Friday for hundreds of migrants living in a huge swath of the Calais camp in northern France, demanding that they remove their makeshift homes and possessions within four days.

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  • Mali jihadists, army commit abuses as Islamist threat spreads96

    Malian jihadists and security forces alike have committed appalling abuses against civilians in the last year, rights groups said Friday, as Islamist groups make new inroads into the west African country.

    Reports by Human Rights Watch (HRW) and the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)

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  • Ugandan forces crack down on protesters amid vote counting97

    KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) As election returns showed a strong, early lead Friday for incumbent President Yoweri Museveni, the longtime leader s security forces briefly detained the main opposition candidate and cracked down on protesters with beatings, tear gas and stun grenades.

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  • Brazil launches anti-Zika campaign in schools98

    SAO PAULO (AP) Brazil s president, government ministers, state governors, health agents and members of the armed forces Friday visited schools throughout the country to involve students in the nationwide campaign to eradicate the Aedes aegypti mosquito that spreads the Zika virus.

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  • Iraq tribesmen clash with jihadists inside IS-held Fallujah99

    Deadly clashes erupted between Iraqi tribesmen and the Islamic State group inside jihadist bastion Fallujah on Friday, a sign their longstanding hold on the city west of Baghdad is weakening. Fallujah is one of two Iraqi cities still controlled by IS, and a concerted and sustained uprising by

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  • France s Hollande warns of risk of Turkey-Russia war over Syria100

    French President Francois Hollande said on Friday that there was a risk of war between Turkey and Russia over Syria, adding that Moscow should stop backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Russia s foreign ministry said earlier on Friday that it intends to call a session of the United Nations

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  • Saudi halts $3 bn in aid to Lebanon army: official101

    Saudi Arabia said Friday it has halted a $3 billion programme for military supplies to Lebanon in protest against Hezbollah, the Shiite militant group fighting in support of Syria s regime.

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  • Talks with Russians on Syria serious, constructive: Kerry102

    Intensive discussions involving U.S. diplomats and their Russian counterparts on a cessation of hostilities in Syria have been serious and so far constructive , U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday.

    On a short stop in the British capital en route to the Jordanian capital Amman, where

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  • Turkish intervention in Syria risks Turkey-Russia war: Hollande103

    French President Francois Hollande on Friday said Ankara s escalating involvement in the Syrian conflict was creating a risk of war between Turkey and Russia. Turkey is involved in Syria There, there is a risk of war, Hollande told France Inter radio. Hollande also said Russia will be

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  • A glance at the main political players in Libya104

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  • Malian soldiers killed in jihadist attack during French PM visit105

    Suspected jihadists killed two Malian soldiers Friday in the country s restive north, hours before France s prime minister visited French troops deployed in the region to help quash the Sahel s Islamist threat. The Malian defence ministry confirmed the two deaths and said a third soldier was

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  • Top aide to Pope Francis denies Australia abuse claims106

    Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell on Friday claimed he was the victim of a smear campaign after it emerged that Australian police are investigating claims he groomed and abused five to 10 boys during his time as a priest. The allegations are without foundation and utterly false, a

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  • Egypt president calls for new law to hold police accountable107

    CAIRO (AP) The Egyptian president on Friday called for a new law or amending existing legislations to hold police accountable for abuses after an incident the previous night in which an officer shot and killed a truck driver who was ferrying goods for him in downtown Cairo.

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  • US, Russia meet to discuss elusive Syria ceasefire108

    US and Russian officials met Friday to discuss an elusive ceasefire in Syria, as fighting on the ground continued with Kurdish-led forces seizing a key town from the Islamic State group.

    The truce under discussion was meant to begin Friday, but has failed to materialise so far, with the UN s Syria

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  • US grants Boeing license to study Iran market109

    Boeing said Friday it received the green light from the Obama administration to study the commercial airplane market in Iran as it eyes opportunity following the lifting of nuclear sanctions. We have applied for and received a license to assess the current commercial passenger airplane needs of

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  • Mauritania charges official with corruption, issues warrant110

    NOUAKCHOTT, Mauritania (AP) A Mauritanian court on Friday charged Mauritania s Interior Ministry secretary-general with corruption, misappropriation of state property and breach of trust. It also issued an international arrest warrant for the chairman of a British company already convicted in the

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  • Bolivia leader seeks 19-year rule via tense referendum111

    Bolivians vote Sunday on whether to let their first indigenous president Evo Morales extend his term to 19 years, in a divisive referendum marred by corruption allegations and deadly violence.

    Morales, a 56-year-old Aymara Indian, grew up in a home without running water but rose to become

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  • Russia orders house arrest for airport owner over 2011 suicide bombing112

    A Russian court on Friday placed the owner of one of its largets international airports under house arrest on charges of safety violations over a 2011 suicide bombing. Dmitry Kamenshchik, the owner of Moscow s Domodedovo airport, faces charges over the lack of scanning equipment on entry to the

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  • EU leaders dismiss Greek threat to block summit deals over migrant crisis113

    By Robin Emmott and Renee Maltezou BRUSSELS/ATHENS (Reuters) European leaders played down a Greek threat on Friday not to sign off on final agreements at an EU summit on migration and Britain s membership of the bloc unless Athens wins assurances that EU states will not shut borders. The Greek

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  • Three Palestinians shot dead, two after attacking Israelis114

    Three Palestinians were shot dead on Friday, two while carrying out attacks and a third in clashes, the latest in a more than four months of violence.

    In the first attack, a man stabbed and wounded two policemen outside Jerusalem s Damascus Gate before they shot him dead. Police confirmed the

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  • Hollande: I ll do what is needed to keep UK in Europe 115

    French President Francois Hollande said on Friday he would do what is necessary to keep Britain in the European Union on condition that Europe can still move forward . I ll do what is needed to keep the United Kingdom in Europe, but on condition that Europe can still move forward, Hollande

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  • Stoke defender Andy Wilkinson retires due to concussion116

    STOKE, England (AP) Stoke defender Andy Wilkinson has been forced into retirement at the age of 31 due to a concussion he sustained while playing for the English Premier League club.

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  • Brazilian senator leaves jail and can return to office117

    SAO PAULO (AP) Brazil s Supreme Court has released a key senator from prison after he was held almost three months behind bars.

    Sen. Delcidio do Amaral, the government s former leader in the Senate, was granted house arrest, allowing him to assume his duties at his office during the day.

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  • Olympic cycling champ Pendleton unseated on National Hunt jump jockey debut118

    Britain s Victoria Pendleton was unseated from odds-on favourite Pacha Du Polder at Fakenham, eastern England, on Friday in the former cycling star s debut as a National Hunt jump jockey. The double Olympic track-cycling gold medallist was unhurt on Pacha Du Polder, saddled by leading English

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  • South Sudan rivals talk peace while killing civilians: U.N.119

    By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) South Sudan s warring government and opposition are killing, abducting, and displacing civilians and destroying property despite conciliatory rhetoric by both sides, the United Nations said on Friday.

    U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is due to

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  • Obama called Turkey s Erdogan to offer condolences: White House120

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) President Barack Obama called Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday to offer condolences on a suicide car bombing this week that killed at least 28 people, the White House said. In a daily press briefing with reporters, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the

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  • Pinturault wins Alpine combined race to take combined title121

    CHAMONIX, France (AP) Alexis Pinturault of France protected his lead from the morning slalom in the afternoon s downhill to win an Alpine combined race and clinch the overall combined title as rival Kjetil Jansrud s bid crumbled on Friday.

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  • Irish main opposition leader predicts stable government122

    By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) Ireland has enough parties sharing the center ground to form a stable government after elections next week, the leader of the main opposition party said on Friday, rejecting any comparison with Spain s election deadlock.

    Ireland risks the prospect of a

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  • U.S. has not supplied arms to Syrian Kurdish YPG: State Department123

    The United States has not supplied weapons to the Syrian Kurdish militia YPG, the State Department said on Friday, after Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said U.S.-supplied weapons were used by the group that Ankara blames for a deadly suicide bombing. We have not provided any weapons of any kind

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  • IS leader targeted in Libya planned attacks on Western interests: US124

    A US air strike targeting an Islamic State training camp in Libya on Friday likely killed an operative of the extremist group who was planning attacks on Western interests, US officials said.

    Noureddine Chouchane, who was also known as Sabir, had been linked to two deadly attacks in Tunisia

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  • Vatican: Pope was not singling out Trump with his remarks125

    VATICAN CITY (AP) A spokesman for Pope Francis insisted Friday the pontiff was in no way launching an attack on Donald Trump, a U.S. presidential candidate, nor was he trying to sway voters by declaring someone who advocates building walls isn t Christian.

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  • China s Ding makes 147 in Robertson defeat126

    It might not have been enough of a prize to tempt Ronnie O Sullivan, but Ding Junhui had no qualms about making a maximum 147 break at the Wales Open on Friday. Unfortunately for the Chinese cuemaster, his perfect clearance of 15 reds, 15 blacks and all the colours could not prevent a 5-2

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  49. ^ France rejects Russia s proposed UN resolution on Syria (news.yahoo.com)
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