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Zambia's acting president appeals for calm

Acting Zambian president Guy Scott, second from right, watches over as eductaion minister John Phiri, foreground, signs a book of condolences in Lusaka, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Scott has taken over as acting president after President Michael Sata, in framed photo left, passed away in a London hospital last Sunday night. Sata's body will be returned to Lusaka, Saturday, with a state funeral planed for Nov. 11, 2014. (AP PhotoMoses Mwape) LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) — Zambian security forces will not tolerate any violence or other illegal activity as the country mourns President Michael Sata, who died after a long illness, Zambia's temporary leader said Friday.


Car bomb kills at least 10 at bus stop in northeast Nigeria

By Isaac Abrak ABUJA (Reuters) - A car bomb killed at least 10 people at a crowded bus stop in the northeast Nigerian city of Gombe on Friday morning, emergency services said. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the blast, but Islamist group Boko Haram has been blamed for a string of bomb attacks in the region this year. People continued to flee on Friday from the northeastern town of Mubi, captured and ransacked by Boko Haram this week. Witness Godfrey Anebo told Reuters he saw emergency workers pull eight people from the wreckage in Gombe, all of whom appeared to be dead. ...

Thai prime minister, an ex-general, is millionaire

BANGKOK (AP) — Asset disclosures by members of Thailand's military-dominated post-coup Cabinet reveal they are quite well-off, a trait shared with the civilian politicians they accused of corruption.

Europe won't recognize vote in eastern Ukraine, Merkel tells Putin

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone that Sunday's planned elections in eastern Ukraine were illegitimate and would not be recognized by European leaders, a Berlin government spokesman said on Friday. Merkel and Putin held a joint telephone conversation with French President Francois Hollande and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Merkel's spokesman Georg Streiter said at a government news conference. ...


Uganda-North Korea ties grow amid democracy doubts

In this photo taken Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, North Korea’s ceremonial leader Kim Yong Nam, foreground-left, the head of North Korea’s parliament, is escorted into Uganda's parliament by its Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, center, Commissioner Rosemary Seninde, center-right, and Uganda's Foreign Affairs Minister Asuman Kiyingi, right, in Kampala, Uganda. Kim Yong Nam is visiting Uganda as part of a rare tour of Africa, where North Korea has actively tried to find allies like the long-serving Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, who gave a state dinner late Thursday in honor of Kim Yong Nam and commended the Pyongyang government as a symbol of the fight against what he called Western Imperialism. (AP Photo) KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda gave a state banquet late Thursday in honor of North Korea's ceremonial head of state, praising Pyongyang for what he said was its prominent role in fighting imperialism.


Top Asian News at 3:00 p.m. GMT

KOSLANDA, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lankan authorities warned of more landslides at a tea plantation where a deadly torrent of mud swept away scores of homes this week, but residents said Friday there was no room left at the shelters and no alternative housing for them to move to. Disaster officials estimate that at least 100 people were killed Wednesday when monsoon rains unleashed a cascade of muddy earth at the Koslanda plantation in Badulla district, about 140 miles (220 kilometers) east of Colombo. The death toll has yet to be confirmed, and many villagers believe the figure could exceed 200.

Turkish president questions focus on Kobani

French President Francois Hollande, right, shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan before their talks at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Friday, Oct.31, 2014. A vanguard force of Iraqi peshmerga troops entered the embattled Syrian border town of Kobani from Turkey on Thursday, part of a larger group of 150 fighters that the Kurds hope will turn back an offensive by militants of the Islamic State group. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) PARIS (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the international community is focusing too much on the battle over Kobani and is calling for strikes in other parts of Syria.


Ukraine, France, Germany urge Putin not to recognise rebel polls: Kiev

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaks to media in a polling station in Kiev on October 26, 2014, during Ukraine's parliamentary elections The leaders of Ukraine, Germany and France on Friday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to not recognise leadership polls that pro-Russian separatists are planning to hold at the weekend in eastern Ukraine. "Ukraine, Germany and France expressed a common and clear position that they do not recognise the polls planned by separatists... and urged Russia not to recognise these elections," a statement by the Ukrainian presidency said.


Ukraine, France, Germany urge Putin not to recognise rebel polls: Kiev

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaks to media in a polling station in Kiev on October 26, 2014, during Ukraine's parliamentary elections The leaders of Ukraine, Germany and France on Friday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to not recognise leadership polls that pro-Russian separatists are planning to hold at the weekend in eastern Ukraine. "Ukraine, Germany and France expressed a common and clear position that they do not recognise the polls planned by separatists... and urged Russia not to recognise these elections," a statement by the Ukrainian presidency said.


Author of Bin Laden book is under criminal probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. military officials say a former Navy SEAL who wrote a firsthand account of the 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden is under investigation for possibly disclosing classified information. He could face criminal charges.

New search planned for grave of Spanish poet Lorca

MADRID (AP) — Archeologists will start inspecting the land in an area in southern Spain near where the acclaimed poet Federico Garcia Lorca is believed to have been executed and buried at the start of the Spanish Civil War in 1936, officials said Friday.

Syria's Alawites pay heavy price as they bury sons

posters of slain Syrian soldiers and a poster of Syrian President Bashar Assad DWEIR SHEIKH SAAD, Syria (AP) — The posters of slain Syrian soldiers, put up by families to commemorate their sons killed in the fight against rebels, are plastered on walls throughout the coastal province of Tartous. The impromptu murals of death illustrate the price supporters of President Bashar Assad are paying to defend his rule.


Before midterms, Obama plugs policies for women

President Barack Obama jokes about Halloween costumes before beginning a roundtable discussion on women's economic issues, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, at Rhode Island College in Providence, R.I. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — President Barack Obama wants women to know what his administration is doing to help them succeed.


Obama urges Snyder's defeat despite common ground

FILE- In a Dec. 10, 2012 file photo, President Barack Obama, accompanied by Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, right, is greeted by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder as they arrive at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Romulus, Mich. When Obama campaigns in Detroit on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, he will be urging the defeat of Snyder, a Republican governor, with whom he has more common ground than most and who, unlike other GOP leaders, doesn’t openly condemn the president or his policies. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson) LANSING, Mich. (AP) — When President Barack Obama campaigns in Detroit on Saturday night, he will be urging the defeat of a Republican governor with whom he has more common ground than most and who, unlike other GOP leaders, doesn't condemn the unpopular president or his policies.


Britain repays Churchill bonds for debt from 18th century

Then British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, pictured outside 10 Downing Street in London in 1943 London (AFP) - Britain on Friday said it was paying back bonds issued by then Chancellor of the Exchequer Winston Churchill to cover debts from World War I, as well as the Napoleonic and Crimean campaigns.


Pakistan holds big lead vs Australia after 2nd day

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Australia was facing an uphill task to level the two-match test series against Pakistan after losing opener Chris Rogers in a brief session while chasing its opponent's big first-inning total Friday.

Hello Kitty's 40 years of cuteness and cool

In this Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 photo, a model dressing as Japanese character Hello Kitty performs during a carnival at Sanrio Puroland, a theme park featuring Hello Kitty in Tokyo. When she came to life in 1974, she was a kitty without a name, sitting sideways in blue overalls and a big red bow, on a coin purse for Japanese girls. Come Saturday, fans around the world will celebrate the 40th anniversary of this global icon of “cute-cool.” That is, Hello Kitty. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) TOKYO (AP) — When she came to life in 1974, she was a kitty without a name, sitting sideways in blue overalls and a big red bow, on a coin purse for Japanese girls. On Saturday, fans around the world celebrate the 40th anniversary of this global icon of "cute-cool." That is, Hello Kitty.


Shelters fill up after deadly Sri Lanka mudslide

Sri Lankan mudslide survivor Ravichandran Gajini, who lost her parents in the tragedy, cries at a relief camp in Punagala, Sri Lanka, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Disaster officials estimate that about 100 people were killed Wednesday morning when monsoon rains unleashed a cascade of muddy earth at the Koslanda tea plantation in Badulla district and warned of more landslides at the area. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena) KOSLANDA, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lankan authorities warned of more landslides at a tea plantation where a deadly torrent of mud swept away scores of homes this week, but residents said Friday there was no room left at the shelters and no alternative housing for them to move to.


Marathon Majors ceremony postponed by doping rumor

LONDON (AP) — The World Marathon Majors series says it has postponed Sunday's awards ceremony because of reports that Kenyan runner Rita Jeptoo has tested positive for doping.

Italy confirms end of boat migrant rescue operation

A handout picture released on August 18, 2014 by the Italian Navy shows migrants aboard a boat after being rescued as part of the "Mare Nostrum" operation Italy on Friday confirmed the end of its search and rescue operation "Mare Nostrum", which has saved the lives of tens of thousands of boat migrants in the Mediterranean. "From tomorrow a new operation called 'Triton' begins," deputy prime minister and interior minister Angelino Alfano told journalists at a press conference, referring to a much more limited mission led by the EU border agency Frontex. "Mare Nostrum ends. Italy has done its duty," he said, adding that the government had spent some 114 million euros on the massive naval operation since two deadly shipwrecks in October last year left over 400 people dead.


Italy confirms end of boat migrant rescue operation

A handout picture released on August 18, 2014 by the Italian Navy shows migrants aboard a boat after being rescued as part of the "Mare Nostrum" operation Italy on Friday confirmed the end of its search and rescue operation "Mare Nostrum", which has saved the lives of tens of thousands of boat migrants in the Mediterranean. "From tomorrow a new operation called 'Triton' begins," deputy prime minister and interior minister Angelino Alfano told journalists at a press conference, referring to a much more limited mission led by the EU border agency Frontex. "Mare Nostrum ends. Italy has done its duty," he said, adding that the government had spent some 114 million euros on the massive naval operation since two deadly shipwrecks in October last year left over 400 people dead.


Army chief takes power after Burkina president bows to protests

People load goods looted from a building, which according to locals, belongs to Francois Compaore, the younger brother of Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore, in Ouagadougou By Mathieu Bonkoungou and Joe Penney OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - The head of Burkina Faso's armed forces took power on Friday after President Blaise Compaore resigned amid mass demonstrations against an attempt to extend his 27-year rule in the West African country. Compaore, who seized power in a 1987 coup, had attempted to defy popular pressure for him to step down after a day of violent protests on Thursday in which demonstrators stormed parliament and state television. ...


Gazprom to resume gas supply once Ukraine pays $2.2 billion

Russian Energy Minister Novak shakes hands with Ukraine's Energy Minister Prodan after gas talks at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels By Denis Pinchuk and Gabriela Baczynska MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia could resume natural gas deliveries to Ukraine as soon as next week if Kiev pays $2.2 billion in debt and pre-payments, gas exporter Gazprom said on Friday, under a deal that also safeguards winter deliveries to Europe. Moscow, Kiev and the European Union reached an agreement on Thursday over the gas supplies despite tensions over a pro-Russian separatist rebellion in east Ukraine. ...


Fearing uprising, Iraq militants hunt ex-police

FILE - In this file photo taken Monday, June 23, 2014, militants from the Islamic State parade in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armored vehicle on a main street in Mosul, Iraq. The Islamic state group has accelerated killings of former policemen and army officers, apparently fearing they might join a potential internal Sunni uprising against its rule. Such killings, including the deadly attack on police Col. Mohammed Hassan and his son in mid October, have accelerated in recent days, as the extremists' opponents - Kurdish fighters and Shiite militias, backed by U.S.-led airstrikes - have made some gains, taking back several towns that the militants had overrun. (AP Photo, File) BAGHDAD (AP) — The Islamic State group is conducting a purge, killing dozens of former policemen and soldiers living in areas of Iraq under its control, in a campaign apparently aimed at preventing any uprising against its extremist rule.


Ukraine's Poroshenko backs Yatseniuk for new term as prime minister

Ukraine's President Poroshenko talks to Prime Minister Yatseniuk after a wreath laying ceremony at the Unknown Soldier's Tomb in Kiev By Richard Balmforth KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko threw his support behind Arseny Yatseniuk for a new term as prime minister on Friday, ending speculation that he would seek to try to bring in his own candidate as head of a new pro-Europe, reformist government. Ukraine won a vital breathing space by sealing an interim gas supply deal with Russia on Thursday that will see it through winter, but the new Kiev government faces a mountain of other problems, not least pro-Russian insurrection in eastern areas. ...


2 Arizona officers killed in car crashes this week

CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) — A suburban Phoenix officer has died after being hit by a suspected drunken driver, becoming the second officer from the Chandler Police Department to be killed in motorcycle crashes this week.

Burkina Faso leader steps down, vote in 90 days

OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (AP) — President Blaise Compaore stepped down Friday after 27 years in power following a wave of protests against his rule.

France welcomes Burkina Faso leader's resignation

PARIS (Reuters) - France welcomed on Friday the resignation of Burkina Faso's president Blaise Compaore after days of street protests against his bid to seek a new mandate, saying the move "allows a solution to be found to the crisis". "France recalls its support for the constitution and thus for early, democratic elections," it said in a statement issued by President Francois Hollande's office. Compaore earlier announced his resignation and called for a 90-day transition to "free and transparent" elections in the West African country, local radio and television said. ...

Bank of Japan expands monetary easing plan as economy slows

Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks to the press at the BOJ headquarters in Tokyo on October 31, 2014 The Bank of Japan ramped up its vast monetary easing programme Friday -- sending the yen plunging and stocks soaring -- in a surprise move aimed at reviving growth just as the Federal Reserve winds down its own stimulus spree. Speaking after the central bank wrapped up its latest policy meeting, BoJ chief Haruhiko Kuroda said the fresh measures were crucial to keeping Japan on track in its war on deflation, and hinted more policy moves could follow. "The Japanese economy is now at a critical moment in the process of getting out of deflation," he told reporters in Tokyo, adding that the BoJ would "not hesitate" to pull the trigger on more easing if necessary. The BoJ also slashed its economic growth forecast by half, and trimmed consumer price expectations as a much-touted inflation target looked increasingly out of reach while Tokyo's bid to kickstart the economy stalls.


Investigation: Left-side mirrors a deadly flaw on SEPTA buses?

Investigation: Left-side mirrors a deadly flaw on SEPTA buses? Could a mirror that's on every single SEPTA bus be to blame for dozens of serious knockdown accidents? That's what SEPTA bus drivers are warning in the wake of a deadly crash last month.


Top Asian News at 2:30 p.m. GMT

KOSLANDA, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lankan authorities warned of more landslides at a tea plantation where a deadly torrent of mud swept away scores of homes this week, but residents said Friday there was no room left at the shelters and no alternative housing for them to move to. Disaster officials estimate that at least 100 people were killed Wednesday when monsoon rains unleashed a cascade of muddy earth at the Koslanda plantation in Badulla district, about 140 miles (220 kilometers) east of Colombo. The death toll has yet to be confirmed, and many villagers believe the figure could exceed 200.

Trooper ambush suspect in court after long manhunt

MILFORD, Pa. (AP) — Onlookers shouted "Are you sorry?" and "Why did you do it?" at the suspect in a fatal ambush on a Pennsylvania state police barracks as troopers led him from his first court appearance Friday following a grueling seven-week manhunt.

Image of Asia: Watching the iPhone line in Seoul

A mobile phone shop clerk dressed as Santa Claus keeps customers in line as they wait to buy Apple's iPhone 6, in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Apple Inc. began selling the iPhone 6 in South Korea on Friday. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon) In this photo by Ahn Young-joon, a phone store worker dressed as Santa Claus keeps customers in line as they wait to buy Apple's iPhone 6, in Seoul, South Korea. The device went on sale Friday in South Korea, one of the world's most wired societies, with 85 percent of its 50 million people online and 40 million smartphones. South Korea is also home to the world's top-selling smartphone maker Samsung, which is seeing more competition by cheaper local brands in China and India and by Apple in developed nations.


Image of Asia: Watching the iPhone line in Seoul

A mobile phone shop clerk dressed as Santa Claus keeps customers in line as they wait to buy Apple's iPhone 6, in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Apple Inc. began selling the iPhone 6 in South Korea on Friday. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon) In this photo by Ahn Young-joon, a phone store worker dressed as Santa Claus keeps customers in line as they wait to buy Apple's iPhone 6, in Seoul, South Korea. The device went on sale Friday in South Korea, one of the world's most wired societies, with 85 percent of its 50 million people online and 40 million smartphones. South Korea is also home to the world's top-selling smartphone maker Samsung, which is seeing more competition by cheaper local brands in China and India and by Apple in developed nations.


Source: Eric Frein confessed to killing Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson

Source: Eric Frein confessed to killing Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson A source tells Action News that accused cop killer Eric Frein confessed to the murder of Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson.


Maine asks court to isolate quarantined nurse

FORT KENT, Maine (AP) — Maine health officials have asked a court to limit the movements of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a voluntary quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.

Trick-or-treating back on after manhunt ends

A Pennsylvania State Police Trooper stands guard in front of the Blooming Grove State Police barracks after suspected killer Eric Frein was captured and taken into custody at the barracks early Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, in Blooming Grove Township, Pennsylvania. (AP Photo / The Scranton Times-Tribune, Butch Comegys) CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) — Trick-or-treating is back on in a northeastern Pennsylvania town that spent the last seven weeks gripped by a massive manhunt for the suspect in the killing of state trooper.


US, global stocks get big boost from Bank of Japan

Street signs mark the corner of Broadway and Wall Street, in New York's Financial District, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. Japan's stock benchmark surged 5 percent to the highest level since late 2007 and the yen slid against the dollar Friday Oct. 31, 2014 after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly announced new stimulus to boost a flagging economy. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks in the U.S. and across the globe rose sharply Friday after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly announced a new stimulus package to boost the country's struggling economy. Japan's stock market jumped 4.8 percent to reach its highest level since 2007.


Pennsylvania sniper held without bail in trooper shooting

By Joe McDonald MILFORD Pa. (Reuters) - A bruised and gaunt Eric Frein, captured after a seven-week manhunt and held with the handcuffs of a Pennsylvania trooper he is accused of slaying, was held without bail on Friday after facing murder charges in court. A massive police presence surrounded the 31-year-old survivalist, who prosecutors say will face the death penalty, as he was escorted in and out of the Pike County Courthouse for a preliminary arraignment on a first-degree murder charge and one count of homicide of a police officer, among other charges. ...

Burkina Faso military chief says he has taken over as head of state

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Burkina Faso's armed forces chief General Honore Traore said on Friday that he had taken charge of the West African state after former President Blaise Compaore resigned. (Reporting by Mathieu Bonkoungou; Writing by David Lewis)
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