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- Church attacker nurtured jihad in quiet French town
July 27, 20165:55 PM ET
SAINT-ETIENNE-DU-ROUVRAY, France (AP) — Adel Kermiche nursed his obsession with jihad in this quiet French town alongside the Seine River, and his twice-thwarted attempt to join Islamic State extremists in Syria ended with an attack on an elderly priest celebrating Mass in its sturdy stone church.
- Creator of Broadway hit 'Hamilton' visits Puerto Rico
July 27, 20165:39 PM ET
VEGA ALTA, Puerto Rico (AP) — Lin-Manuel Miranda jokingly compared himself to a hard-to-catch Pokemon as fans pursued him with cellphones Wednesday during a visit to his parents' native Puerto Rico shortly after the end of his run on the Broadway hit "Hamilton."
- Trump dings both Clintons in rollicking press conference
July 27, 20164:13 PM ET
MIAMI (AP) — Donald Trump made an extraordinary plea for Russia to help find Hillary Clinton's missing emails — but he hardly stopped there in a scattershot news conference Wednesday that doubled as counter-programming to the ongoing Democratic National Convention.
- Pope says the world's at war, urges Europe to greet refugees
July 27, 20165:14 PM ET
KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis, deeply saddened by the slaying of an elderly priest during Mass in a church in the French countryside, warned grimly Wednesday that the world is at war, but cautioned against labeling it a war among religions.FRANCES D'EMILIOMONIKA SCISLOWSKAAPCopyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
- Some French media ban IDs of attackers to stop "hero" effect
July 27, 20165:51 PM ET
PARIS (AP) — Some leading French media outlets pledged Wednesday to stop publishing the names and images of attackers linked to the Islamic State group to prevent individuals from being inadvertently glorified, following a spate of attacks in France over the past 18 months.
- Turkey, once touted as regional model, is mired in tension
July 27, 20163:40 PM ET
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey was riding high in 2010, casting its brand of Islamic piety, Western-style democracy and economic growth as a regional model amid popular upheavals in the Mideast and North Africa.
- AP EXPLAINS: Why Syria's al-Qaida may be considering a split
July 27, 20164:02 PM ET
BEIRUT (AP) — Al-Qaida's branch in Syria is considering splitting ties with the global terror group, members say.
- Trump gets smoother ride than Clinton in Russian media
July 27, 20164:21 PM ET
MOSCOW (AP) — Bias is often in the eye of the beholder, and President Barack Obama's claim that Russia's news media favor Donald Trump isn't an open-and-shut case. But informal surveys of Russia's main outlets suggest that Trump gets plenty of praise — especially for his "anti-establishment" stance — and that favorable assessments of Hillary Clinton are comparatively rare.
- Witnesses say South Sudan soldiers raped dozens near UN camp
July 27, 201611:20 AM ET
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudanese government soldiers raped dozens of ethnic Nuer women and girls last week just outside a United Nations camp where they had sought protection from renewed fighting, and at least two died from their injuries, witnesses and civilian leaders said.
- Iraq: Attacks kill at least 18; province takes on militants
July 27, 20163:09 PM ET
BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants unleashed a series of attacks Wednesday in and around Baghdad, killing at least 18 people, officials said. South of the Iraqi capital, a provincial council approved a decision allowing authorities to demolish homes of convicted militants and banish their families from the province.
- China asks Vietnam to investigate defaced passport
July 27, 201610:26 PM ET
BEIJING (AP) — China is asking Vietnam to investigate reports that a border agent at the Ho Chi Minh City airport defaced a Chinese passport. Images in state media reports show the words "f--- you" scribbled twice over maps of the contested South China Sea.
- To reverse damage of sitting, take a brisk, hour-long walk
July 27, 201610:02 PM ET
LONDON (AP) — If you spend all day sitting on your rear end, then you might want to schedule some time for a brisk walk — just make sure you can spare at least an hour.
- Hiroshima unhappy atomic-bomb park is 'Pokemon Go' site
July 27, 20168:16 PM ET
TOKYO (AP) — "Pokemon Go" players are descending on an atomic bomb memorial park in Hiroshima, and officials of the western Japanese city are displeased.
- Venezuela critics press for progress on presidential recall
July 27, 20168:06 PM ET
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's socialist government is digging in its heels to stop a presidential recall vote as it fights to hold onto power amid an economic collapse.
- Paraguay reports first cases of Zika-linked microcephaly
July 27, 20167:10 PM ET
ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) — Health authorities in Paraguay are reporting the country's first two cases of babies born with the microcephaly birth defect related to the Zika virus.