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U.S., allies conduct 27 strikes in Syria, Iraq against IS, U.S. military says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies conducted 27 strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq on Saturday, the Combined Joint Task Force overseeing the operations said in a statement. In Iraq, 25 attacks were carried out near nine cities, six of them near Ramadi, striking Islamic State tactical units and destroying Islamic State staging areas, fighting positions and assembly areas. Near Mosul, 12 strikes hit two separate tactical units and other targets and destroyed 12 fighting positions and a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device. ...

India bowls first in deciding T20 game against Sri Lanka

VISAKHAPATNAM, India (AP) — India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss Sunday and chose to bowl against Sri Lanka in the deciding match of their three-game Twenty20 series.

Dutch minister to EU members: Don't shut borders to migrants

SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) — Dutch foreign minister Bert Koenders has urged EU member states not to close their borders to migrants, suggesting that "effective border control is more important."

Justice Scalia, conservative icon, dead at 79

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia speaks at an event sponsored by the Federalist Society in New York Conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died, setting up a major political showdown between President Barack Obama and the Republican-controlled Senate over who will replace him just months before a presidential election. Obama called Scalia, who served on the nation's highest court for nearly 30 years, a "larger-than-life presence" and said he intended to nominate someone to fill the vacant seat before leaving the White House next January. "I plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to appoint a successor in due time and there will be plenty of time for me to do so and for the Senate to give that person a fair hearing and timely vote," Obama told reporters in California.


Asian-American judges among Obama's options as he seeks to replace Scalia

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has a number of likely options as he looks for a nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died on Saturday. Within a few hours, Obama said he intends to make a nomination, despite Republicans stressing they opposed any appointment being made until after November's presidential election. The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate would have to approve the nomination.

Turkey shells Syrian Kurds, Russia says will keep bombing anti-Assad rebels

A Red Crescent aid convoy enters Wafideen Camp, which is controlled by Syrian government forces, to deliver aid into the rebel held besieged city of Douma, Damascus suburbs, Syria By Tom Perry and Noah Barkin BEIRUT/MUNICH (Reuters) - The Turkish army shelled Kurdish militia in northern Syria for a second day on Sunday, while Russia made clear it would continue bombing Syrian rebel targets, raising doubts that a planned ceasefire would bring much relief. Major powers agreed on Friday to a limited cessation of hostilities in Syria but the deal does not take effect until the end of this week and was not signed by any warring parties - the Damascus government and numerous rebel factions fighting it. Russian bombing raids directed at rebel groups are meanwhile helping the Syrian army to achieve what could be its biggest victory of the war in the battle for Aleppo, the country's largest city and commercial hub before the conflict.


Saudi deploys jets in Turkey for anti-IS fight

The decision to deploy an unspecified number of Saudi jets to Turkey followed a meeting in Brussels of US-led anti-IS coalition members, who decided step up their fight against the jihadists in Syria and Iraq Saudi Arabia has deployed warplanes to a Turkish airbase in order to "intensify" its operations against the Islamic State group in Syria, a senior Saudi defence official has said. "The Saudi kingdom now has a presence at Incirlik airbase in Turkey," Brigadier General Ahmed al-Assiri was quoted as saying by Al-Arabiya television late on Saturday. "Saudi warplanes are present with their crews to intensify aerial operations along with missions launched from bases in Saudi Arabia," Assiri said, without providing further details.


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Opposition activists say Turkey shelling Kurds in Syria

BEIRUT (AP) — Turkey shelled positions held by the main Kurdish militia in northern Syria for a second day Sunday, drawing condemnation from the Syrian government and adding complexity to an inflamed situation in the area where Russian-backed Syrian government forces are also on the march, opposition activists said.

5 British men killed in road accident near Stockholm

Divers and rescue service personnel search for the victims of the deadly car crash in the canal under the E4 highway bridge in Sodertalje, Sweden, late Saturday, Feb.13, 2016. Swedish police say five people have been killed when their car plunged more than 25 meters (82 feet) from a highway bridge into a canal in the capital of Stockholm. (Johan Nilsson/TT News Agency via AP) SWEDEN OUT HELSINKI (AP) — Five British men, reportedly including members of British indie band Viola Beach, were killed when their car drove through a barrier and plunged into a canal near Stockholm.


Tight security as Danes mark year since Copenhagen attacks

People put flowers to honour the shooting victims outside the main Synagogue of Copenhagen, on February 16, 2015 Denmark on Sunday marked a year since a gunman killed a filmmaker and a Jewish security guard in twin attacks in Copenhagen, honouring the victims under tight security. Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen left flowers outside the cultural centre and the synagogue targeted on February 14, 2015 by Omar El-Hussein, a 22-year-old Dane of Palestinian origin. "The Danes have shown that we insist on living our peaceful life," Rasmussen told journalists.


Tight security as Danes mark year since Copenhagen attacks

People put flowers to honour the shooting victims outside the main Synagogue of Copenhagen, on February 16, 2015 Denmark on Sunday marked a year since a gunman killed a filmmaker and a Jewish security guard in twin attacks in Copenhagen, honouring the victims under tight security. Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen left flowers outside the cultural centre and the synagogue targeted on February 14, 2015 by Omar El-Hussein, a 22-year-old Dane of Palestinian origin. "The Danes have shown that we insist on living our peaceful life," Rasmussen told journalists.


Pope to bring message of hope to gritty Mexico City suburb

Pope Francis, seen on the other side of the framed glass that usually holds the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, holds a flower bouquet as he prays to her inside a private room at the Basilica built in her honor, during Mass in Mexico City, Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016. The image in the frame was removed and placed inside the private room. The pontiff's five-day visit included a prayer before the Virgin of Guadalupe shrine, the largest and most important Marian shrine in the world and one that is particularly important to the first Latin American pope. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Pope Francis heads into the capital's crime-ridden suburb of Ecatepec on Sunday to see firsthand the reality of the Mexican "periphery," where drug violence, gangland-style executions and kidnappings are daily facts of life.


Pope to bring message of hope to gritty Mexico City suburb

Pope Francis, seen on the other side of the framed glass that usually holds the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, holds a flower bouquet as he prays to her inside a private room at the Basilica built in her honor, during Mass in Mexico City, Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016. The image in the frame was removed and placed inside the private room. The pontiff's five-day visit included a prayer before the Virgin of Guadalupe shrine, the largest and most important Marian shrine in the world and one that is particularly important to the first Latin American pope. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Pope Francis heads into the capital's crime-ridden suburb of Ecatepec on Sunday to see firsthand the reality of the Mexican "periphery," where drug violence, gangland-style executions and kidnappings are daily facts of life.


Israel: 3 Palestinian attackers killed in separate incidents

Palestinian medics load bodies of two Palestinians near the village of Aeraqh near the West Bank city of Jenin, Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016. The two Palestinians were throwing rocks at passing vehicles near the West Bank city of Jenin, and when forces arrived at the scene, one of the Palestinians opened fire at them, soldiers fired back and killed the two Palestinians, Israeli army said. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed) JERUSALEM (AP) — Three Palestinian teenagers were shot and killed while attempting to attack Israeli security forces in two separate incidents in the West Bank on Sunday, the Israeli military and police said.


4 UK rowers rescued from Atlantic after boat capsizes

LONDON (AP) — Four British women trying to cross the Atlantic in a rowing boat have been rescued after they were stranded in the mid-Atlantic Ocean for more than 16 hours when their boat capsized and they lost their oars.

Bahrain on path to recovery five years after revolt, says police chief

Bahrain Police Chief al-Hassan speaks to Reuters during an interview at Ministry of Interior Head Quarters in Manama By Sami Aboudi MANAMA (Reuters) - Bahrain's police chief said the Gulf state was slowly returning to stability five years after a 2011 uprising was put down by force, but still faced security threats from Iran-backed elements and militants linked to Islamic State. Speaking ahead of the fifth anniversary of the start of the pro-democracy protests, Brigadier-General Tariq al-Hassan also rejected accusations by rights groups of torture by security forces as a "broken record", saying Bahrain has set up several monitoring mechanisms to ensure police transparency. Critics of the island kingdom, where the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet is based, say the divisions have been deepened by a harsh crackdown on the opposition by Bahrain's security forces.


No Serena or Kerber as Halep eyes title defense in Dubai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Simona Halep wasn't sure she would be healthy enough to defend her title at the hardcourt Dubai Tennis Championships, which start Monday, so didn't enter the event at first.

Southeast Asia's record jet orders seen at risk: IATA

An Airbus A350 flies past during a preview aerial display of the Singapore Airshow at Changi exhibition center in Singapore Record plane orders placed by ambitious Southeast Asian airlines could be at risk in an environment of intense competition, low profitability and turmoil in financial markets, the head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Sunday. "The budget carriers have captured a lot of market share but one has to ask how profitable are they and are the growth plans that some of them have realistic," IATA Director General Tony Tyler told journalists ahead of the Singapore Airshow. The Geneva-based group said profitability for Asian airlines in general was weak compared with other regions.


All lanes reopen after deadly pileup on I-78 in Bethel Township

All lanes reopen after deadly pileup on I-78 in Bethel Township A bus carrying the Penn State Lehigh Valley men's basketball team was one of the vehicles involved in the crash.


Honda scores 1, sets up another as AC Milan beats Genoa 2-1

AC Milan's Keisuke Honda scores during a Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Genoa, at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno) MILAN (AP) — Keisuke Honda scored one goal and helped set up another as AC Milan extended its unbeaten streak to eight matches with a 2-1 win over Genoa in Serie A on Sunday.


AccuWeather: Snow Is On The Way

AccuWeather: Snow Is On The Way Accumulating snow on Monday will give way to heavy, potentially flooding rain on Tuesday.


Egypt policeman's conviction overturned in protester's death

FILE - In this Jan. 24, 2015 photo, 32-year-old mother Shaimaa el-Sabbagh holds a poster during a protest in downtown Cairo. Egypt's highest appeals court on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016 overturned the conviction of a police officer sentenced to 15 years in prison for the killing of a el-Sabbagh in a January 2015 shooting captured on video and photos. (AP Photo/Mohammed El-Raaei, File) CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's highest appeals court on Sunday overturned the conviction of a police officer sentenced to 15 years in prison for the killing of a female protester in a January 2015 shooting captured on video and photos.


Saudi troop deployment in Syria up to U.S.-led coalition: foreign minister

Saudi Arabia said on Sunday that any move to deploy Saudi special forces into Syria would depend on a decision by the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State insurgents. U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Friday he expected both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to send special operations forces to Syria to help local opposition fighters in their campaign to retake the city of Raqqa, Islamic State's de facto capital in Syria.

Hopes for peace as Central Africans vote in presidential run-off

People queue at a polling station in Bangui to vote in the Central African Republic second round of the presidential and legislative elections on February 14, 2016 Voters in the Central African Republic were casting their ballots Sunday in delayed legislative elections and a presidential run-off which they hope will bring peace after the country's worst sectarian violence since independence in 1960. "What we want first and foremost is security to give a new impetus to the country," said a soldier who gave his name as Ndadder as he waited to vote in PK5, a Muslim-majority area in the capital Bangui which had been the scene of bloody religious violence. The first round on December 30 was won by ex-premier Anicet Georges Dologuele, a 58-year-old former central banker known as "Mr Clean" for his attempts to bring transparency to murky public finances when in office.


Hopes for peace as Central Africans vote in presidential run-off

People queue at a polling station in Bangui to vote in the Central African Republic second round of the presidential and legislative elections on February 14, 2016 Voters in the Central African Republic were casting their ballots Sunday in delayed legislative elections and a presidential run-off which they hope will bring peace after the country's worst sectarian violence since independence in 1960. "What we want first and foremost is security to give a new impetus to the country," said a soldier who gave his name as Ndadder as he waited to vote in PK5, a Muslim-majority area in the capital Bangui which had been the scene of bloody religious violence. The first round on December 30 was won by ex-premier Anicet Georges Dologuele, a 58-year-old former central banker known as "Mr Clean" for his attempts to bring transparency to murky public finances when in office.


Syrian opposition criticises ceasefire deal

Riad Hijab, head of the High Negotiation Committee that represents several Syrian opposition groups, speaks at the Munich Security Conference in Germany on February 14, 2016 A senior figure in the Syrian opposition movement on Sunday criticised the truce deal forged by the US and Russia, saying Moscow was continuing its onslaught on civilian areas. "We have gotten used to conferences and hope put into words but what we need is action, and the action I see is that Russia is killing Syrian civilians," said Riad Hijab, head of the High Negotiation Committee that represents several Syrian opposition groups. "The Syrian people continue to live in terror and utter despair after the international community has failed to prevent the gravest crimes," he told the audience at the Munich Security Conference.


Syrian opposition criticises ceasefire deal

Riad Hijab, head of the High Negotiation Committee that represents several Syrian opposition groups, speaks at the Munich Security Conference in Germany on February 14, 2016 A senior figure in the Syrian opposition movement on Sunday criticised the truce deal forged by the US and Russia, saying Moscow was continuing its onslaught on civilian areas. "We have gotten used to conferences and hope put into words but what we need is action, and the action I see is that Russia is killing Syrian civilians," said Riad Hijab, head of the High Negotiation Committee that represents several Syrian opposition groups. "The Syrian people continue to live in terror and utter despair after the international community has failed to prevent the gravest crimes," he told the audience at the Munich Security Conference.


U.S.'s Kerry in Albania to encourage anti-corruption measures

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry delivers a speech at the Munich Security Conference in Munich By Warren Strobel and Benet Koleka TIRANA, Albania(Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stopped off in Albania on Sunday to encourage its leaders to complete anti-corruption measures that could improve its chances of joining the European Union. Kerry met Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama as well as opposition leaders. The parliament in Tirana is weighing reforms, backed by the West, that include a new anti-corruption unit modeled after the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.


The Latest: Syria condemns Turkish shelling

FILE - In this file photo dated Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, the Turkish border crossing with Syria, is closed near to the town of Kilis, in southeastern Turkey, as some thousands of Syrian migrants are known to be moving toward the border, fleeing from fierce fighting inside Syria. Despite the wintry weather in southern Europe, the flow of migrants has not abated and European countries are trying to impose order on its external border, while keeping the cherished notion of freedom of movement across European internal borders. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, File) BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on the civil war in Syria (all times local):


1 dead, 3 wounded in stabbing at asylum center in Sweden

HELSINKI (AP) — Swedish police say they have arrested a man suspected of killing one person and wounding three others during a fight between asylum-seekers.

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Germany's Neureuther wins men's World Cup slalom in Japan

Felix Neureuther of Germany competes during the first run in the men's slalom at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016, in Yuzawa, northern Japan. Neureuther, fifth after the first run, clocked a time of 56.96 seconds in the second run to finish 0.05 seconds ahead of Andre Myhrer of Sweden to win the event. (Yusuke Ogata/Kyodo News via AP) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT YUZAWA, Japan (AP) — Felix Neureuther of Germany won the men's World Cup slalom in Japan on Sunday, edging Andre Myhrer of Sweden.


Central African Republic voters seek leader to end chaos

Voters queue to cast their ballots in the second round of presidential election and the fourth district of Bangui, Central African Republic, Sunday Feb. 14, 2016. Two former prime ministers, Faustin Archange Touadera and Anicet Georges Dologuele, are running neck-and-neck in the second round of presidential elections to end years of violence pitting Muslims against Christians in the Central African Republic. Central Africans will also vote in Legislative elections. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Central African Republic went ahead with a presidential runoff vote Sunday that many hope will solidify a tentative peace after more than two years of sectarian fighting left untold thousands dead and forced nearly half a million people to flee to neighboring countries.


Haiti lawmakers elect Senate chief as provisional president

A demonstrator chants in favor of Senate President Jocelerme Privert during a march in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016. Supporters of Bertrand-Aristide's Lavalas political party rallied for Privert to fill the void left by twice postponed presidential and legislative runoff elections and the departure of President Michel Martelly. An interim government will rule until an elected leader can take office May 14, and for now Prime Minister Evans Paul remains in office. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery) PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haitian lawmakers on Sunday chose the country's Senate chief to lead a caretaker government that will fill the void left by last week's departure of former President Michel Martelly and perhaps ease lingering tensions that recently pushed the deeply polarized nation into political crisis.


Haiti lawmakers elect Senate chief as provisional president

A demonstrator chants in favor of Senate President Jocelerme Privert during a march in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016. Supporters of Bertrand-Aristide's Lavalas political party rallied for Privert to fill the void left by twice postponed presidential and legislative runoff elections and the departure of President Michel Martelly. An interim government will rule until an elected leader can take office May 14, and for now Prime Minister Evans Paul remains in office. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery) PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haitian lawmakers on Sunday chose the country's Senate chief to lead a caretaker government that will fill the void left by last week's departure of former President Michel Martelly and perhaps ease lingering tensions that recently pushed the deeply polarized nation into political crisis.


Germany's Friedrich wins 3rd straight 2-man bob world title

Francesco Friedrich and Thorsten Margis of Germany speed down the track during their third run of the two-man bob race at the Bob World Championships in Igls, near Innsbruck, Austria, on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson) IGLS, Austria (AP) — Francesco Friedrich edged fellow German Johannes Lochner to win his third straight two-man bob world title on Sunday.


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Jamaican carries spirit of Cool Runnings into Youth Olympics

LILLEHAMMER, Norway (AP) — Daniel Mayhew was less than enthusiastic when his physical education teacher first suggested the 17-year old Jamaican take up bobsledding.

Top Asian News 12:33 p.m. GMT

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — With the symbolic handshakes and unity photo-op, President Barack Obama's high-profile summit with Southeast Asian leaders in California this week aims to step up pressure against China's increasingly worrisome behavior in disputed waters. Forging a common front and encouraging bolder rhetoric against Chinese assertiveness in the South China Sea, however, will be a challenge among the diverse collection of VIP guests, who did not criticize China by name in past joint summit statements as the disputes flared on and off in recent years. Decisions by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the bloc they lead, can easily be stalled.
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