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Deadline passed, no sign of breakthrough in Iran nuclear probe

IAEA Director General Amano talks to the media as he arrives at Vienna's airport By Fredrik Dahl VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran may have failed to meet a deadline for addressing U.N. concerns about suspected nuclear bomb research, but it could still act to influence a key report due next week, diplomatic sources said on Wednesday. The sources, who follow the nuclear issue but declined to be identified, said they had seen no indications so far that Tehran had replied in substance to questions from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) by the agreed Aug. 25 date. They suggested, however, that there was still time for Iran to provide information in the coming days in order to avoid any negative impression in the IAEA's closely-watched quarterly report on Tehran's nuclear programme, expected around Sept. 3. "They only give as much as they have to." There was no comment from the Vienna-based IAEA, which is expected to give details about its contacts with Iranian officials in the report.


Prosecutor urges jury to convict Blackwater guards

WASHINGTON (AP) — A prosecutor urged a federal jury on Wednesday to convict four former Blackwater guards in the shootings of more than 30 Iraqis.

Yemen's president warns rebels over show of force

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen's president has warned Shiite rebels leading mass protests in the country's capital that the United States and other world powers oppose the "rebellion."

Pedestrian struck on Route 202 in Wilmington

Pedestrian struck on Route 202 in Wilmington Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck on Route 202 in Wilmington.


US indexes drift a day after record; Express gains

FILE - In this Monday, March 8, 2010, file photo, a sign for Wall Street is shown near the New York Stock Exchange. Global shares were mixed Wednesday Aug. 27, 2014 after the latest record close for the Standard & Poor's 500, with Europe off to a shaky start despite a strong day in Asia. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) Stocks were mostly flat in midday trading Wednesday after wavering between small gains and losses through much of the morning. Investors had their eye on a batch of company earnings and the latest corporate deal news. Trading volume was light ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend.


Rebels seize ground as West claims Russia army is in Ukraine

Pro-Russian militant speaks on the phone as he secures the area around a burnt car in downtown Donetsk on August 27, 2014 Rebels in east Ukraine appeared on Wednesday to have seized swathes of territory from government forces who abandoned vehicles and ammunition as they left, as Western intelligence said Russian army units were operating inside the country. After weeks of successful military operations that have seen government forces push deep into the last rebel bastions, the tide appears to be turning once again in the four-month conflict, prompting a nervous government in Kiev to call on NATO for help. AFP journalists saw no signs of government troops south of the rebel-held city of Donetsk, with road blocks on the entire 100-kilometre (60-mile) stretch to the Azov Sea manned by pro-Russian rebels. Evidence of the hasty retreat emerged just hours after the first meeting in three months between President Petro Poroshenko and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin which failed to achieve any concrete breakthrough.


Rebels seize ground as West claims Russia army is in Ukraine

Pro-Russian militant speaks on the phone as he secures the area around a burnt car in downtown Donetsk on August 27, 2014 Rebels in east Ukraine appeared on Wednesday to have seized swathes of territory from government forces who abandoned vehicles and ammunition as they left, as Western intelligence said Russian army units were operating inside the country. After weeks of successful military operations that have seen government forces push deep into the last rebel bastions, the tide appears to be turning once again in the four-month conflict, prompting a nervous government in Kiev to call on NATO for help. AFP journalists saw no signs of government troops south of the rebel-held city of Donetsk, with road blocks on the entire 100-kilometre (60-mile) stretch to the Azov Sea manned by pro-Russian rebels. Evidence of the hasty retreat emerged just hours after the first meeting in three months between President Petro Poroshenko and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin which failed to achieve any concrete breakthrough.


Police: Wife dies after husband shoots her, self in Stratford hospital

Police: Wife dies after husband shoots her, self in Stratford hospital Investigators say a woman has died after her husband shot her, then himself, inside a hospital room in Stratford, New Jersey.


Moldova gets gas from Romania through new pipeline

CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — A new pipeline has been opened that will pump gas from Romania to Moldova in an attempt to reduce the former Soviet republic's dependence on Russian energy.

Moldova gets gas from Romania through new pipeline

CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — A new pipeline has been opened that will pump gas from Romania to Moldova in an attempt to reduce the former Soviet republic's dependence on Russian energy.

VA training guide likens vets to Oscar the Grouch

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — An internal training guide used by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs compared veterans unhappy about their care to Oscar the Grouch, a newspaper reported.

Iraq forces mass in bid to break jihadist siege of Turkmen town

Iraq was massing forces Wednesday for an operation to break the two-month jihadist siege of the Shiite Turkmen town of Amerli, amid growing fears for residents short of food and water. The planned counter-offensive comes amid reports that US President Barack Obama is weighing a decision to authorise air strikes and aid drops in the area to help around 12,000 people trapped in the northern town. According to a civilian volunteer commander, thousands of Shiite militiamen from groups including Asaib Ahl al-Haq and the Badr Organisation are gathering in the Tuz Khurmatu area of Salaheddin province, north of Amerli, in preparation for a battle to break the siege. There is "no possibility of evacuating them so far", and only limited humanitarian assistance is reaching the town, said Eliana Nabaa, the spokeswoman for the UN mission in Iraq.

Iraq forces mass in bid to break jihadist siege of Turkmen town

Iraq was massing forces Wednesday for an operation to break the two-month jihadist siege of the Shiite Turkmen town of Amerli, amid growing fears for residents short of food and water. The planned counter-offensive comes amid reports that US President Barack Obama is weighing a decision to authorise air strikes and aid drops in the area to help around 12,000 people trapped in the northern town. According to a civilian volunteer commander, thousands of Shiite militiamen from groups including Asaib Ahl al-Haq and the Badr Organisation are gathering in the Tuz Khurmatu area of Salaheddin province, north of Amerli, in preparation for a battle to break the siege. There is "no possibility of evacuating them so far", and only limited humanitarian assistance is reaching the town, said Eliana Nabaa, the spokeswoman for the UN mission in Iraq.

Mom testifies in Philly school abduction trial

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The mother of a child abducted from a Philadelphia kindergarten and sexually assaulted is testifying about the day her daughter disappeared.

Miami man shot to death wheelchair-bound panhandler, police say

Miami police arrested a man suspected of fatally shooting a wheelchair-bound panhandler at an interstate exit ramp before fleeing from officers, authorities said on Wednesday. The Miami-Dade Police Department said Rodney Louis, 27, was charged with first-degree murder, grand theft, and fleeing and eluding police following Tuesday's incident. "Witnesses stated that a subject exited his vehicle with a firearm, approached the victim and opened fire," the police department said in a statement. Police identified the dead man as Israel Zerquera, 58.

2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss

CHICAGO (AP) — Two Chicago men are suing a taxi company after they say a driver tried to kick them out of a cab because they shared a short kiss.

Man stabbed, two bodies discovered in Schuylkill River in Fairmount Park

Man stabbed, two bodies discovered in Schuylkill River in Fairmount Park A man who had been stabbed 9 times told police he was tied up and driven around before he and two other bound men were thrown into the river.


Forest Service to release Rim Fire recovery plan

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is expected to unveil its plan Wednesday for what to do with millions of trees killed one year ago in California's massive Rim Fire that stand at the center of a conflict between environmentalists and loggers.

Police kill three in truck theft bid near U.N., U.S. sites in Nairobi

Police killed three people trying to steal a truck near a United Nations complex and the nearby U.S. Many Kenyans and foreigners in Nairobi have been vigilant since Islamist gunmen attacked the Westgate shopping mall in the capital in September last year, leaving at least 67 people dead. Other attacks have targeted Nairobi and other areas since then. "Police were trailing some criminals who wanted to carjack a truck carrying electronics.

Mom pleads for release of captive US journalist

Still image from undated video of a masked Islamic State militant speaking next to man purported to be U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff at an unknown location MIAMI (AP) — The mother of an American journalist held hostage and threatened with death by Islamic militants is pleading for his release in a video aimed directly at his captors.


Bankrupt Detroit offered bigger loan secured by art

A visitor stops to look at a painting by Picasso at the Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit A New York-based specialty finance group is ready to loan Detroit as much as $4 billion, double its previous offer, if the bankrupt city uses the masterpieces in its art museum as collateral, according to a new proposal that surfaced this week. Art Capital Group, which offered to loan the city $2 billion earlier this year, doubled the offer based on a recent appraisal that determined the Detroit Institute of Arts' (DIA) collection was worth more than $8 billion. "We're prepared to provide a loan, secured by the art collection, that is a balanced, fair and equitable solution for the city so that it can emerge from bankruptcy with the money it needs to secure a better future," Montieth M. Illingworth, spokesman for Art Capital, said in a statement. Notable works at the DIA include Pieter Bruegel's The Wedding Dance, Vincent van Gogh's Self-Portrait with Straw Hat and Rembrandt's The Visitation.


Valeant, Ackman get October 6 trial over Allergan special meeting

The head offices of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. are seen in Laval, Quebec By Tom Hals WILMINGTON Del. (Reuters) - Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc and activist investor William Ackman got their request for an expedited trial on Wednesday over the timing of a special meeting of Allergan Inc shareholders, a key to their $49 billion hostile takeover fight. Delaware Court of Chancery Chancellor Andre Bouchard ordered a three-day trial to begin on Oct. 6. Allergan had sought a trial on Nov. 24. Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management hedge fund and Canada's Valeant sued Allergan on Friday, seeking a court order directing the maker of Botox anti-wrinkle treatment to call a special meeting by mid-November.


Chicago's Little League champs return as heroes

FILE - In this Aug. 23, 2014 file photo, Chicago's Joshua Houston, right, celebrates with Ed Howard after their 7-5 win in the U.S. final game against Las Vegas at the Little League World Series baseball tournament in South Williamsport, Pa. The team won the U.S. title, but lost 8-4 to South Korea in the championship game. The team united the city of Chicago and will be feted with a parade Wednesday, Aug. 27. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File) CHICAGO (AP) — The ballpark gleams, exactly as the home of the Little League World Series national championship team should.


Texas drunken driving slaying case goes to jury

ANGLETON, Texas (AP) — A jury has begun deliberating in the murder case of a Texas father accused of fatally shooting a drunken driver who had just killed his two sons in a crash.

Court overturns convictions in Amish hair attacks

CINCINNATI (AP) — An appeals court on Wednesday overturned the hate-crime convictions of 16 Amish in beard- and hair-cutting attacks on fellow members of their faith in Ohio.

Detroit man arraigned in estranged wife's slaying

DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit man has been ordered held without bond in the slaying of his 27-year-old estranged wife.

Appeal for soldier convicted in '03 grenade attack

FILE - In this Monday, April 25, 2005, file photo, Sgt. Hasan Akbar is led from the Staff Judge Advocate Building at Fort Bragg, N.C., during the sentencing phase of his court-martial. Akbar, who was sentenced to death for killing two fellow service members and wounding 14 others in a grenade attack in Kuwait, will have an appeal in military court, on Nov. 18, in Washington. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File) LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A military appeal hearing was set Thursday for a U.S. soldier sentenced to death for killing two fellow service members and wounding 14 others in a grenade attack in Kuwait nearly 10 years ago.


US sanctions leadership of terrorist group

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department on Wednesday sanctioned a leader and a financial network used by a Pakistan-based terrorist group blamed for the 2008 attack in Mumbai, India that killed 166 people.

Husband shoots and kills wife, wounds self at New Jersey hospital

(Reuters) - A man shot and killed his wife at a southern New Jersey hospital on Wednesday and then turned the gun on himself, a spokesman for the Camden County Prosecutor's Office said. The woman died at Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford a short time after the 10:20 a.m. shooting, said prosecutor spokesman Jason Laughlin. The wounded man, whose condition was not immediately known, was airlifted to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, he said. Laughlin said the two people were husband and wife, and added that he had no information about their names, ages, residence or whether either was a patient or employee of the hospital.

Islamic State commits war crimes, Syrian govt using poison gas: U.N.

By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations accused Islamic State insurgents on Wednesday of committing war crimes including amputations and public executions, sometimes in the presence of children, and said it believed Damascus had used chlorine gas in combating its enemies. The Sunni militants, who are bringing weapons from Iraq, have changed the power balance in Syria, consolidating control over large areas and establishing order by imposing harsh sharia law, the U.N. said in its latest report. "Children have been present at the executions, which take the form of beheading or shooting in the head at close range... Bodies are placed on public display, often on crucifixes, for up to three days, serving as a warning to local residents." The independent investigators voiced deep concern about boys forced to join the ranks of Islamic States who are being trained in camps in Syria that could be targeted by U.S.

Syria's Assad appoints a new cabinet

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who has been fighting rebels for the last three years and been isolated by much of the world, issued a decree to form a new government on Wednesday, keeping most key ministers in place. Assad was sworn in for a new seven-year term on July 16 after a presidential election that confirmed his grip on power, a process that required him to name a new government. He re-appointed Wael al-Halaqi as prime minister, having first given him the job 2012 after his predecessor, Riad Hijab, fled Syria to join the opposition.

Longtime Tennessee civil rights lawyer dies at 86

FILE - Nashville attorney George Barrett appears at a news conference in this Wednesday, April 18, 2012 file photo taken in Nashville, Tenn. The longtime Tennessee civil rights lawyer known for handling a case that ultimately desegregated the state's public colleges and universities, died Tuesday Aug. 26, 2014. He was 86. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, FILE) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — George Barrett, a longtime Tennessee civil rights lawyer known for handling a case that ultimately desegregated the state's public colleges and universities, has died. He was 86.


Citing Ebola, Air France suspends flights

PARIS (AP) — France on Wednesday recommended that its citizens leave the African countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia because of the outbreak of Ebola there, and Air France temporarily suspended its three flights a week to Sierra Leone.

Citing Ebola, Air France suspends flights

PARIS (AP) — France on Wednesday recommended that its citizens leave the African countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia because of the outbreak of Ebola there, and Air France temporarily suspended its three flights a week to Sierra Leone.

Army knocks 2-star down to 1-star rank

Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison Sr. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Army says it has forced a two-star general to retire as a one-star general after he was disciplined for failing to properly handle a sexual assault allegation in his command in Japan.


Mom testifies in Philly school abduction, rape trial

Mom testifies in Philly school abduction, rape trial The mother of a child abducted from a Philadelphia kindergarten and sexually assaulted is testifying about the day her daughter went missing.


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Sanctions headache for foreign executives at Russian firms

By Katya Golubkova and Oksana Kobzeva MOSCOW (Reuters) - Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis could force some executives at Russian firms with foreign passports to give up certain duties, complicating life at the top of some of the country's largest companies. Out of the companies on the sanctions lists, Reuters has identified some with senior managers holding a Western passport, including energy firm Novatek, top lender Sberbank, No. 2 bank VTB and oil major Rosneft.

Mass.-based fighter jet crashes in Virginia

Jet crash in Deerfield, VA DEERFIELD, Va. (AP) — An Air Force fighter jet based in Massachusetts crashed in the mountains of western Virginia on Wednesday, shaking the ground and frightening residents, and officials said the pilot's fate was unknown.


Abdullah to reject result of Afghan election audit: spokesman

Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah speaks at a rally in Kabul on July 8, 2014 Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah will reject the results of a UN-supervised audit of the election, his spokesman said Wednesday, tipping the country deeper into crisis a week before the scheduled inauguration. Fears grew of a violent backlash to the eventual result after Abdullah withdrew his observers from the audit earlier on Wednesday in the latest twist of a prolonged dispute over allegations of massive fraud in the June 14 election. The United Nations moved rapidly to try to save Afghanistan's first democratic transfer of power by asking Ashraf Ghani, the other presidential candidate, to also remove his observers from the vote-checking process. "We will be out of the process, and any kind of result from the process will not be acceptable for Dr Abdullah," Muslim Saadat, one of his spokesmen, told AFP after Abdullah's observers did not attend the audit on Wednesday.


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