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Egypt frees Al Jazeera journalist Greste, two others still held

File photo of Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste of Australia standing in a metal cage during his trial in a court in Cairo By Michael Georgy and Shadi Bushra CAIRO (Reuters) - Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste was released from a Cairo jail on Sunday and left Egypt after 400 days in prison on charges that included aiding a terrorist group, security officials said. There was no official word on the fate of his two Al Jazeera colleagues - Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian national Baher Mohamed - who were also jailed in the case that provoked an international outcry. The three were sentenced to seven to 10 years on charges including spreading lies to help a terrorist organization - a reference to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood. A security official said Fahmy was expected to be released from Cairo's Tora prison within days.


Egypt policeman kills hospitalised Islamist

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood movement leave as security forces arrive to disperse a demonstration on January 24, 2015, in Cairo, Egypt An Egyptian policeman was arrested Sunday for having shot dead an Islamist detained in a Cairo hospital with injuries from his arrest, the interior ministry said. The ministry, on its Facebook page, said the victim was a member of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood arrested as he tried to plant a bomb in the capital's Al-Warraq district, without giving a date. Egyptian authorities have regularly accused the Brotherhood of launching deadly attacks since the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi in 2013, a charge denied by the Islamist movement.


Roma signs forward Ibarbo on loan from Cagliari

ROME (AP) — Roma has signed Colombia international Victor Ibarbo on loan from Cagliari until the end of the season.

Egypt frees jailed Australian reporter Greste

Australian Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste listens to the verdict in Cairo on June 23, 2014 inside the defendants cage during his trial for allegedly supporting the Muslim Brotherhood Egypt freed and deported Australian journalist Peter Greste on Sunday after more than 400 days in detention, following global condemnation of his jailing on charges of backing the Muslim Brotherhood. Greste, an award-winning correspondent for Al-Jazeera English, flew to Larnaca in Cyprus accompanied by his brother Michael after being released from Cairo's Tora prison, the interior ministry and airport officials told AFP. The reporter was detained along with two colleagues, Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and an Egyptian producer, Baher Mohamed, in December 2013 and charged with aiding the blacklisted Brotherhood movement. Qatar-based Al-Jazeera welcomed Cairo's decision and expressed hope its other two journalists would soon also be released.


Olympiakos beats Veria 2-0, increases league lead

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Costas Mitroglou and Mathieu Dossevi scored in the final 20 minutes to lead defending champion Olympiakos to a 2-0 win at nine-man Veria in the Greek league Sunday.

Justice Department investigating Moody's for mortgage deal ratings: WSJ

A screen displays Moody's ticker information as traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is investigating Moody's Investors Services for issuing favorable grades on mortgage deals in the lead-up to the financial crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The federal probe comes as the Justice Department nears a settlement with Standard & Poors Ratings Services over similar actions, the Journal reported. (Reporting by Suzanne Barlyn)


Court hears arguments in American Samoans' citizenship case

HAGATNA, Guam (AP) — A federal appeals court in the nation's capital is scheduled to hear oral arguments Feb. 9 in a case related to the citizenship rights of residents of American Samoa.

Storm blankets Midwest in snow, creeps toward Northeast

Lisa Snow shovels the sidewalk outside of her north side home in Chicago Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015.A heavy snowfall left Chicago covered for the first large storm of the year on Sunday. (AP Photo/Chicago Tribune, Nancy Stone) MANDATORY CREDIT; CHICAGO SUN-TIMES OUT; DAILY HERALD OUT; NORTHWEST HERALD OUT; JOLIET HERALD OUT; THE TIMES OF NORTHWEST INDIANA OUT; NEW YORK TIMES OUT; TV OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES; DAILY CHRONICLE OUT MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A slow-moving winter storm blanketed a large swath of the Plains and Midwest in snow Sunday, forcing the cancellation of more than 1,500 flights, making roads treacherous and forcing some people to rethink their plans to attend Super Bowl parties.


Obama eyes $478 billion infrastructure spend

US President Barack Obama speaks on January 30, 2015 in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC President Barack Obama's budget being released Monday will include proposals to spend $478 billion on improving creaking infrastructure, paid for by a tax on money US firms hold overseas. "The president will propose a significant investment to repair our crumbling roads and bridges, and modernize our infrastructure so businesses can create good jobs here at home," a White House official said Sunday. The one-third increase in infrastructure spending would be paid for, in part, by a one-time 14 percent tax on cash US businesses park overseas to avoid tax.


Obama proposing $478 billion public works program in budget

FILE - In this Wednesday, May 16, 2012 file photo, newly constructed roadways are being built in Fairfax County, Va. President Barack Obama’s budget will propose an ambitious six-year, $478 billion public works program of highway, bridge and transit upgrades, half of it financed with a one-time mandatory tax on profits that U.S. companies have amassed overseas, White House officials said. Obama will unveil a $4 trillion budget on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015.(AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — The $4 trillion budget that President Barack Obama sends Congress on Monday proposes higher taxes on wealthier Americans and corporations, and an ambitious $478 billion public works program for highway, bridge and transit upgrades.


Obama proposing $478 billion public works program in budget

FILE - In this Wednesday, May 16, 2012 file photo, newly constructed roadways are being built in Fairfax County, Va. President Barack Obama’s budget will propose an ambitious six-year, $478 billion public works program of highway, bridge and transit upgrades, half of it financed with a one-time mandatory tax on profits that U.S. companies have amassed overseas, White House officials said. Obama will unveil a $4 trillion budget on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015.(AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — The $4 trillion budget that President Barack Obama sends Congress on Monday proposes higher taxes on wealthier Americans and corporations, and an ambitious $478 billion public works program for highway, bridge and transit upgrades.


Ukrainian separatist advance forces mass flight

A young boy displaced from his home by unrest in east Ukraine plays with a suitcase at a sanatorium in the town of Svyatohirsk that has been converted into accommodation for evacuees, on Sunday, February 1, 2015. Ukraine’s emergency services say around 2,000 people have been evacuated from the town of Debaltseve, which has come under sustained shelling as government and Russian-backed separatists battle for control over the area. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek) SVYATOHIRSK, Ukraine (AP) — As fighting escalates around the town Debaltseve in eastern Ukraine, a growing wave of civilians are fleeing their homes, taking the risk of being struck by stray projectiles on their way, and often leaving family members behind.


France win record fifth world title

France's Daniel Narcisse (L) attempts a shot on goal during the 24th Men's Handball World Championships final match between France and Qatar in Doha on February 1, 2015 France became the first team in handball history to win five world championships when they beat surprise finalists Qatar 25-22 on Sunday. The win means France's are now world, European and Olympic champions, emphasising their current dominance of the sport. The victory should have been far more comfortable than it was, but a dogged Qatar side ensured that France were pushed all the way to the finish line, ensuring a nervy finish. French coach, Claude Onesta said he could not rank the world championships he has won as a coach -- three in total -- and said the Qatari team would be around for some time.


Top Asian News at 8:30 p.m. GMT

TOKYO (AP) — Appalled and saddened by news of journalist Kenji Goto's purported beheading by Islamic State extremists, Japan ordered heightened security precautions Sunday and said it would persist with its non-military support for fighting terrorism. The failure to save Goto raised fears for the life of a Jordanian fighter pilot also held by the militant group that controls about a third of both Syria and Iraq. Unlike some earlier messages delivered in the crisis, the video that circulated online late Saturday purporting to show a militant beheading Goto did not mention the pilot.

Workers strike for new pact at nine U.S. oil, chemical plants

Workers from the USW union walk a picket line outside the Shell Oil Deer Park Refinery in Deer Park, Texas By Erwin Seba HOUSTON (Reuters) - Union workers took to picket lines on Sunday after strikes were called at nine U.S. refineries and chemical plants in a bid to pressure oil companies to agree to a new national contract covering workers at 63 plants. The discord comes as plunging crude prices force oil companies to slash spending. The United Steelworkers union (USW) said Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the lead industry negotiator, halted talks after the union rejected a fifth proposal from the company.


Al Jazeera journalist Greste heads home to Australian via Cyprus: minister

Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste is in Cyprus and is "desperate" to return to his native Australia following his release on Sunday after serving 400 days in an Egyptian prison, Australia's foreign minister said on Monday. "I spoke to Peter Greste shortly after his relsease and before he departed Egypt," Julie Bishop told reporters in Sydney on Monday. "He was immensely relieved and he was desperate to come home to Australia and reunite with his family." Greste, who had been arrested along with two colleagues on charges that included aiding a terrorist group, flew to Larnaca from Cairo and was met by Australian consular officials, Bishop said.

Boyfriend arrested in rape, brutal attack of California teen

Boyfriend arrested in rape, brutal attack of California teen A man in the Central Valley has been arrested for allegedly beating and raping his 16-year-old girlfriend over the course of five days.


Northern California chief's new approach revitalizes force

In this Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 photo, Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus poses for a photo, in Richmond, Calif. Last month the openly gay, white police chief of this tough, minority-dominated Northern California city held up a sign reading “#blacklivesmatter” during a demonstration protesting the deaths of two unarmed black suspects at the hands of Missouri and New York police. The photo of Magnus holding the sign went viral, sparking criticism from the local police officers’ union and debate over whether his participation was appropriate. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) RICHMOND, Calif. (AP) — In December, the openly gay, white police chief of this tough, minority-dominated Northern California city held up a sign reading "#blacklivesmatter" during a protest over the deaths of two unarmed black suspects at the hands of Missouri and New York police.


'Sniper' shoots down Super Bowl weekend record with $31.9M

In this image released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Bradley Cooper appears in a scene from "American Sniper." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, Keith Bernstein) NEW YORK (AP) — "American Sniper" shot down another box-office record: Its $31.9 million is the biggest Super Bowl weekend gross ever.


Obama targets foreign profits with tax proposal, Republicans skeptical

Obama delivers remarks at the armed services farewell in honor of Hagel in Virginia By Jeff Mason and Kevin Drawbaugh WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's fiscal 2016 budget will seek new taxes on trillions of dollars in profits accumulated overseas by U.S. companies, and a new approach to taxing foreign profits in the future, but Republicans were skeptical of the plan on Sunday. Reviving a long-running debate about corporate tax avoidance, Obama will target a loophole that lets companies pay no tax on earnings held abroad, the White House said. In his budget plan to be unveiled on Monday, Obama will call for a one-time, 14 percent tax on an estimated $2.1 trillion in profits piled up abroad over the years by multinationals such as General Electric , Microsoft , Pfizer Inc and Apple Inc . He will also seek to impose a 19 percent tax on U.S. companies' future foreign earnings, the White House said.


Obama targets foreign profits with tax proposal, Republicans skeptical

Obama delivers remarks at the armed services farewell in honor of Hagel in Virginia By Jeff Mason and Kevin Drawbaugh WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's fiscal 2016 budget will seek new taxes on trillions of dollars in profits accumulated overseas by U.S. companies, and a new approach to taxing foreign profits in the future, but Republicans were skeptical of the plan on Sunday. Reviving a long-running debate about corporate tax avoidance, Obama will target a loophole that lets companies pay no tax on earnings held abroad, the White House said. In his budget plan to be unveiled on Monday, Obama will call for a one-time, 14 percent tax on an estimated $2.1 trillion in profits piled up abroad over the years by multinationals such as General Electric , Microsoft , Pfizer Inc and Apple Inc . He will also seek to impose a 19 percent tax on U.S. companies' future foreign earnings, the White House said.


NATO sees resilience as key issue in AWACS replacement

An AWACS aircraft is seen on the tarmac during a visit of new NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg of Norway at Lask air base By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Resilience, innovation and advances in technology will be key factors as NATO maps out a multibillion-dollar effort to replace its aging fleet of 17 Boeing Co E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, a top NATO official told Reuters. French General Jean-Paul Palomeros, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, said NATO was starting to map out its requirements for the next-generation of weapons to detect air and surface threats, which will be needed between 2030 and 2035. "This a very crucial project for NATO for the next two decades," Palomeros told Reuters last week at a conference in Washington hosted by the Center for a New American Security. Rapid weapons development by Russia and other potential foes meant the next-generation weapons system would have to be more resilient to attacks, Palomeros said.


Man charged in murder of girlfriend, her father in Mt. Holly

Man charged in murder of girlfriend, her father in Mt. Holly Police have charged a New Jersey man with the murder of his girlfriend and her father inside the home they shared in Mt. Holly.


Immigrants could wait until 2019 to have cases resolved

Maximiano Vazquez-Guevara, left, his wife Ashley Bowen, and their 6-year-old daughter, Nevaeh Vazquez, pose for a photo in their home Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, in the northeast Denver suburb of Commerce City, Colo. The presidential executive order that fast-tracked immigration hearings for last summer's flood of Central American migrants may have had unintended consequences in canceling hearings for non-detained immigrants with longstanding cases such as Vazquez-Guevara. Vazquez-Guevarra, 34, recently won his appeal to become a legal permanent resident. But his case still needs to go in front of an immigration judge one last time, and it has been pulled from the docket. Thousands of immigrants seeking legalization through the U.S. court system have had their hearings canceled and are being told by the government that it may be 2019 or later before their futures are resolved. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Thousands of immigrants seeking legalization through the U.S. court system have had their hearings canceled and are being told by the government that it may be 2019 or later before their futures are resolved.


Aspas scores late as Sevilla beats 10-man Espanyol 3-2

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Sevilla striker Iago Aspas scored with one minute left to snatch a 3-2 win over 10-man Espanyol in the Spanish league on Sunday, taking some measure of vengeance for its elimination from the Copa del Rey.

Fierce fighting rages for key Ukraine town

A man stands next to his car on Febuary 1, 2015 after it was destroyed by shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk Battles raged Sunday between government forces and pro-Russian rebels for control of a strategic transport hub as the death toll mounted in east Ukraine following the collapse of ceasefire talks. Intense artillery fire thundered around the Kiev-controlled town of Debaltseve, a key position between the rebel bastions of Donetsk and Lugansk, where insurgent fighters are trying to encircle Ukrainian troops. Ukrainian military spokesman Volodymyr Polyovyi in Kiev said that "constant battles" were going on around Debaltseve but pledged that government forces would not give up control of the last remaining road into the town. Ukraine's military said 13 soldiers had died and 20 were wounded over the past 24 hours, pushing the military death toll over the past two days to 28.


Fierce fighting rages for key Ukraine town

A man stands next to his car on Febuary 1, 2015 after it was destroyed by shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk Battles raged Sunday between government forces and pro-Russian rebels for control of a strategic transport hub as the death toll mounted in east Ukraine following the collapse of ceasefire talks. Intense artillery fire thundered around the Kiev-controlled town of Debaltseve, a key position between the rebel bastions of Donetsk and Lugansk, where insurgent fighters are trying to encircle Ukrainian troops. Ukrainian military spokesman Volodymyr Polyovyi in Kiev said that "constant battles" were going on around Debaltseve but pledged that government forces would not give up control of the last remaining road into the town. Ukraine's military said 13 soldiers had died and 20 were wounded over the past 24 hours, pushing the military death toll over the past two days to 28.


All talk but no peace: South Sudan's stumbling talks

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (L) exchanges signed documents with South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar in northern Tanzania's town of Arusha on January 21, 2015 After 13 months of fighting and six failed ceasefires, diplomats are being forced to accept that any deal to end the war in South Sudan will, at best, result in a return to the status quo that precipitated the carnage in the first place. The latest peace proposal drafted this week in Addis Ababa by regional bloc IGAD and seen by AFP leaves Salva Kiir as president and re-installs rebel leader Riek Machar as his deputy, a position he held until July 2013 when his sacking planted the seed of a war that erupted five months later. Hopes of formulating a comprehensive peace deal that addresses South Sudan's underlying problems and tribal divisions have faded. "That moment has passed," a European diplomat involved in the talks said.


All talk but no peace: South Sudan's stumbling talks

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (L) exchanges signed documents with South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar in northern Tanzania's town of Arusha on January 21, 2015 After 13 months of fighting and six failed ceasefires, diplomats are being forced to accept that any deal to end the war in South Sudan will, at best, result in a return to the status quo that precipitated the carnage in the first place. The latest peace proposal drafted this week in Addis Ababa by regional bloc IGAD and seen by AFP leaves Salva Kiir as president and re-installs rebel leader Riek Machar as his deputy, a position he held until July 2013 when his sacking planted the seed of a war that erupted five months later. Hopes of formulating a comprehensive peace deal that addresses South Sudan's underlying problems and tribal divisions have faded. "That moment has passed," a European diplomat involved in the talks said.


Deadly clashes rage in east Ukraine after peace talks fail

Pro-Russian separatists ride on a tank in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine By Natalia Zinets and Aleksandar Vasovic KIEV/DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Fighting raged in eastern Ukraine on Sunday as pro-Russian separatists used artillery fire to try to dislodge government forces from a strategic rail hub after peace talks collapsed. "Fighting continues across all sections of the frontline," Kiev military spokesman Volodymyr Polyovy said in a briefing, noting that some 13 soldiers had been killed in the past 24 hours. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which took part in the talks in Minsk, Belarus, along with envoys from Ukraine and Russia, said rebel delegates had not been ready to discuss crucial points of a peace plan. "In fact, they were not even prepared to discuss implementation of a ceasefire and withdrawal of heavy weapons," the OSCE said in a statement.


Bremen beats Hertha 2-0, Augsburg goes 5th in Bundesliga

BERLIN (AP) — Franco di Santo scored twice for Werder Bremen to beat Hertha Berlin 2-0 and jump from the Bundesliga relegation zone to 12th, while Augsburg defeated Hoffenheim 3-1 to go fifth on Sunday.

Christie begins trip to London with soccer, not politics

Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie, top right, wearing an Arsenal scarf in the stands during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at the Emirates stadium in London, Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. In the front centre the England international coach Roy Hodgson sits with former England international player Gary Neville. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) LONDON (AP) — An unabashed fan of the Dallas Cowboys, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spent Super Bowl Sunday on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, watching football of another sort.


Christie begins trip to London with soccer, not politics

Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie, top right, wearing an Arsenal scarf in the stands during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at the Emirates stadium in London, Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. In the front centre the England international coach Roy Hodgson sits with former England international player Gary Neville. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) LONDON (AP) — An unabashed fan of the Dallas Cowboys, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spent Super Bowl Sunday on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, watching football of another sort.


Civilians dodge artillery fleeing Ukraine war epicentre

A displaced woman and a young boy sit in a bus before fleeing the Ukrainian city of Debaltseve, in the Donetsk region, on February 1, 2015 Civilians fleeing the besieged east Ukrainian town of Debaltseve came under withering artillery fire from pro-Russian separatists on Sunday, with security forces vowing to fight to the end to defend the key transport hub. "Sixty civilians have been evacuated since this morning," said policeman Yevgen Lukhaniv, 38, commanding a checkpoint on the only road into the town that is still open and under the control of the Ukrainian army. The strategic hub is roughly halfway between the main rebel strongholds of Donetsk and Lugansk.


Civilians dodge artillery fleeing Ukraine war epicentre

A displaced woman and a young boy sit in a bus before fleeing the Ukrainian city of Debaltseve, in the Donetsk region, on February 1, 2015 Civilians fleeing the besieged east Ukrainian town of Debaltseve came under withering artillery fire from pro-Russian separatists on Sunday, with security forces vowing to fight to the end to defend the key transport hub. "Sixty civilians have been evacuated since this morning," said policeman Yevgen Lukhaniv, 38, commanding a checkpoint on the only road into the town that is still open and under the control of the Ukrainian army. The strategic hub is roughly halfway between the main rebel strongholds of Donetsk and Lugansk.


Nigerian army repels fresh Boko Haram assault on key city

Soldiers and security block a road as they secure the venue during a rally of the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) in Maiduguri on January 24, 2015 Nigeria's military on Sunday repelled a Boko Haram assault on the key city of Maiduguri as violence raged across the country's northeast just two weeks before national elections. The hours-long attack on the strategic capital of Borno state was the Islamists' second attempt to take Maiduguri in a week. As government forces were holding off Boko Haram in Maiduguri, the airforce of neighbouring Chad was pounding the militants' positions in Gamboru, a town on Nigeria's border with Cameroon 140 kilometres (87 miles)to the northeast. With near-relentless violence plaguing much of the northeast, and Boko Haram still in control of large swathes of the region, fears are mounting over the prospect of organising polls on February 14.


Nigerian army repels fresh Boko Haram assault on key city

Soldiers and security block a road as they secure the venue during a rally of the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) in Maiduguri on January 24, 2015 Nigeria's military on Sunday repelled a Boko Haram assault on the key city of Maiduguri as violence raged across the country's northeast just two weeks before national elections. The hours-long attack on the strategic capital of Borno state was the Islamists' second attempt to take Maiduguri in a week. As government forces were holding off Boko Haram in Maiduguri, the airforce of neighbouring Chad was pounding the militants' positions in Gamboru, a town on Nigeria's border with Cameroon 140 kilometres (87 miles)to the northeast. With near-relentless violence plaguing much of the northeast, and Boko Haram still in control of large swathes of the region, fears are mounting over the prospect of organising polls on February 14.


Boyfriend arrested in rape, brutal attack of California girl

HANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Police in Central California arrested a man accused of holding his 16-year-old girlfriend in a car, raping her and beating her with a tire iron over the course of five days.

David sets world number one record

Malaysia's Nicol Ann David competes in the women's individual squash finals during the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon on September 23, 2014 World champion Nicol David on Sunday set a new record for topping the world rankings when she secured top spot for the 106th month. The 31-year-old Malaysian, who first headed the Women's Squash Association (WSA) list in January 2006, overtook the 105-month record set in February 1993 by Susan Devoy, the four-time world champion from New Zealand.


UK mosque battles bad reputation with tea and biscuits

Visitors read information boards during an open day at Finsbury Park Mosque in London on February 1, 2015 Could anything be more "British" than meeting the neighbours over a cup of tea and some biscuits? "Come in, come in, you are all welcome," retired doctor Mohammed Ali Said told visitors to the mosque, whose former imam Abu Hamza was jailed for life in New York for terrorism charges last month. The kind-eyed Said was one of a group of volunteers who organised an open day at the mosque, part of a Muslim Council of Britain initiative to promote better understanding following terror attacks in Paris.


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