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Whale watching boat snagged by lobster trap rope

BOSTON (AP) — Divers have freed a whale watch boat that got stuck off the coast of Massachusetts, and the vessel could soon be headed back to shore after its 157 passengers spent a long night at sea.

DA: Charles Barkley wants to pay for funerals of children killed in carjacking crash

DA: Charles Barkley wants to pay for funerals of children killed in carjacking crash Legendary Philadelphia 76ers star Charles Barkley is interested in paying for the funerals of three children killed in a crash in Tioga on Friday.


Man stabbed several times outside Overbrook home

Man stabbed several times outside Overbrook home Police say a 58-year-old man was stabbed multiple times outside a home in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia early Tuesday morning.


Italy sends planes to combat Libya oil depot inferno

Flames and smoke billow from an oil depot in Tripoli on July 28, 2014 The Italian government and national energy giant ENI will send seven fire-fighting planes to help combat an inferno raging at an oil depot on the outskirts of Tripoli, Libyan authorities said Tuesday. Italy will also send teams to help firefighters try to tackle the blaze, which was sparked during fighting Sunday night between Libyan militias and has been raging ever since, a government statement said. On Monday, the government appealed to several countries for help and Italy, as well as Greece, said aid would be contingent on a halt in the fighting. On Monday, a spokesman for the National Oil Company said the situation was "out of control", and the government urged residents living within a three kilometre radius of the fire to leave their homes.


Where Ukraine's separatists get their weapons

File photo of members of the Ukrainian Emergency Ministry carrying a body near the wreckage at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, near the settlement of Grabovo By Thomas Grove and Warren Strobel DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - On the last day of May, a surface-to-air rocket was signed out of a military base near Moscow where it had been stored for more than 20 years.     According to the ornate Cyrillic handwriting in the weapon's Russian Defence Ministry logbook, seen by Reuters, the portable rocket, for use with an Igla rocket launcher, was destined for a base in Rostov, some 50 km (31 miles) from the Ukrainian border. In that area, say U.S. officials, lies a camp for training Ukrainian separatist fighters.     Three weeks later the rocket and its logbook turned up in eastern Ukraine, where government troops seized them from pro-Russian separatists. The seal of the Russian Defence Ministry has been stamped over the signature sending the weapon to Rostov.     A copy of the log was passed to a diplomat in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev. Reuters was unable to verify its authenticity with the Russian military, and Moscow has consistently denied arming the separatists in eastern Ukraine.    The Igla and its logbook are just one indication that weapons are flowing from Russia into Ukraine.


10 Things to Know for Today

FILE - In a Monday, Jan. 17, 2011 file photo, gun violence protesters participate in a lie-in during an anti-gun rally at the Capitol in Richmond, Va. Nearly six in 10 Americans want stricter gun laws in the aftermath of last month's deadly school shooting in Connecticut, with majorities favoring a nationwide ban on military-style, rapid-fire weapons and limits on gun violence depicted in video games and movies and on TV, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. A lopsided 84 percent of adults would like to see the establishment of a federal standard for background checks for people buying guns at gun shows, the poll showed. President Barack Obama was set Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 to unveil a wide-ranging package of steps for reducing gun violence expected to include a proposed ban on assault weapons, limits on the capacity of ammunition magazines and universal background checks for gun sales. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File) Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:


China announces probe into ex-security czar Zhou Yongkang over alleged discipline violations

BEIJING (AP) — China announces probe into ex-security czar Zhou Yongkang over alleged discipline violations.

Suspects arraigned, denied bail in fatal Tioga carjacking, crash

Suspects arraigned, denied bail in fatal Tioga carjacking, crash The two men charged in Friday's carjacking and crash in Tioga that left three children dead and their mother critically injured were arraigned early Tuesday morning.


Rare tornado slams Boston area, knocks out power

A man walks amid cleanup crews on Vinal Street in Revere By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Officials and residents in the Boston-area city of Revere were picking up the pieces early on Tuesday after it was raked by a rare tornado that knocked out power and damaged homes and buildings. The National Weather Service said a tornado touched down during a storm that brought heavy rains, lightning and flooding to Boston, Massachusetts, and many of its northern suburbs on Monday. "Obviously we had a monumental storm come through our city early this morning," Revere Mayor Daniel Rizzo told reporters. Rizzo wrote on Twitter that officials would be arranging a relief fund on Tuesday.


Rare tornado slams Boston area, knocks out power

A man walks amid cleanup crews on Vinal Street in Revere By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Officials and residents in the Boston-area city of Revere were picking up the pieces early on Tuesday after it was raked by a rare tornado that knocked out power and damaged homes and buildings. The National Weather Service said a tornado touched down during a storm that brought heavy rains, lightning and flooding to Boston, Massachusetts, and many of its northern suburbs on Monday. "Obviously we had a monumental storm come through our city early this morning," Revere Mayor Daniel Rizzo told reporters. Rizzo wrote on Twitter that officials would be arranging a relief fund on Tuesday.


22 civilians reported killed in east Ukraine

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Local authorities in eastern Ukraine say at least 22 civilians have been killed in one day by shelling.

NHC says 70 percent chance of cyclone in mid-Atlantic

(Reuters) - An area of low pressure located in the mid-Atlantic ocean, about 1,000 miles (1600 km) west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands, has a high, or 70 percent chance, of becoming a tropical cyclone during the next 48 hours, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Tuesday in its latest update. "A tropical depression could form during the next day or so while the system moves westward or west-northwest ward at 10 to 15 miles per hour (16-24 kph)," the Miami-based weather forecaster said. (Reporting by Anupam Chatterjee in Bangalore; Editing by Sunil Nair)

Nigerian weightlifting winner fails doping test

Gold medalist Chika Amalaha of Nigeria, wraps herself in the national flag of Nigeria as she stands on the winners podium during the medal ceremony for the women's 53 kg weightlifting competition at the Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014, in Glasgow, Scotland, Friday, July, 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant) GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — The Commonwealth Games Federation says Nigerian female weightlifting gold medalist Chika Amalaha has failed a doping test.


Relieved evacuees return after California wildfire

Cal Fire crew members mop up embers of the Sand Fire in the rugged foothills of El Dorado county near Plymouth, Calif., on Monday, July 28, 2014, 2014. (AP Photo/Steve Yeater) SHINGLE SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — Most of the 1,200 people driven to evacuate by a Northern California wildfire that destroyed 13 homes have been told they can safely return after a series of steady gains in the firefight.


Teen survivors haunted by S. Korean ferry sinking

ANSAN, South Korea (AP) — South Korean teenagers who survived April's ferry sinking said Tuesday they are still haunted by the disaster that killed dozens of their friends, and demanded that crew members be punished for abandoning the passengers and fleeing the ship.

Wildlife volunteer pleads in deaths of 300 animals

FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) — A longtime volunteer with a local animal protection organization in New Jersey has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges.

China regulator in anti-monopoly probe of Microsoft

A employee stands in the Microsoft booth during the 2014 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei By Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese regulator said on Tuesday it is conducting an anti-monopoly investigation into Microsoft Corp because the firm has not fully disclosed information about its Windows operating system and Microsoft Office software. China's State Administration for Industry & Commerce (SAIC) was investigating a Microsoft vice president and senior managers, and has made copies of the firm's financial statements and contracts, the SAIC said on its website. Microsoft is one of the biggest U.S. companies to fall under the eye of Chinese regulators as they ramp up their oversight in an apparent attempt to protect local companies and customers.


Top Asian News at 10:00 a.m. GMT

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — The slow course of justice for the leaders of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime will inch forward again Wednesday, as a U.N.-backed tribunal holds an initial hearing against a pair of defendants in their 80s facing genocide and other charges. Khmer Rouge head of state, Khieu Samphan, and Nuon Chea, right-hand man to the group's late chief, Pol Pot, are among the few surviving top leaders of the brutal communist group that was responsible for some 1.7 million deaths from starvation, exhaustion, disease and execution when it was in power in 1975-79.

S. Korea ferry survivors recall desperate escape from sinking vessel

This file image taken on April 16, 2014 shows the South Korea Coast Guard rescuing some of the passengers and crew aboard the Sewol ferry that sank on its way to Jeju island from Incheon Student survivors of South Korea's ferry disaster testified Tuesday how passengers, abandoned by the crew, improvised means of escape, using fire hoses to pull people to safety as the vessel sank. On a second day of student testimony in the trial of the Sewol ferry's captain and 14 crew, more than a dozen high school teenagers recalled the trauma of the April 16 tragedy that killed 250 of their classmates.


McDonald's Japan to strengthen checks on chicken

TOKYO (AP) — McDonald's in Japan is increasing its checks on chicken from vendors in China and Thailand after allegations a Chinese supplier sold expired chicken. It says the scare will hurt its earnings.

Eintracht Frankfurt signs Nelson Valdez

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Eintracht Frankfurt says it has signed Paraguay striker Nelson Valdez on a two-year contract.

BP warns of impact of Russia sanctions on profits

Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, left, attend a meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Russia, Monday, July 28, 2014. Putin chairs a government meeting that focused on replacing imported weapons components with local production. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Alexei Nikolsky, Presidential Press Service) LONDON (AP) — Energy company BP warned Tuesday that further international sanctions on Russia could hurt its profits because of its stake in the country's oil giant, Rosneft.


BP warns of impact of Russia sanctions on profits

Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, left, attend a meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Russia, Monday, July 28, 2014. Putin chairs a government meeting that focused on replacing imported weapons components with local production. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Alexei Nikolsky, Presidential Press Service) LONDON (AP) — Energy company BP warned Tuesday that further international sanctions on Russia could hurt its profits because of its stake in the country's oil giant, Rosneft.


US commander hails successful drills with China

US vice admiral Robert Thomas Jr speaks during a press conference aboard the USS Blue Ridge command ship shortly after arriving at the international port in Manila on March 18, 2014, for a port visit Singapore (AFP) - A top US commander has praised China's participation in huge US-led drills seen as a step towards potentially thawing tensions between the two powers, saying it had gone "very, very well".


US commander hails successful drills with China

US vice admiral Robert Thomas Jr speaks during a press conference aboard the USS Blue Ridge command ship shortly after arriving at the international port in Manila on March 18, 2014, for a port visit Singapore (AFP) - A top US commander has praised China's participation in huge US-led drills seen as a step towards potentially thawing tensions between the two powers, saying it had gone "very, very well".


Moeen banned from wearing political messages

England's Moeen Ali wears a wristband as he fields during the second day of the third cricket test match of the series between England and India at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Monday, July 28, 2014. England cricketer Moeen Ali is unlikely to face punishment after being photographed wearing wristbands saying “Save Gaza” and “Free Palestine” while batting in the third test against India. The England and Wales Cricket Board says “we don't believe he has committed an offence.” (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) SOUTHAMPTON, England (AP) — England allrounder Moeen Ali has been banned from displaying political messages on the field by the International Cricket Council, after wearing wristbands supporting Palestinians during the third test.


Kosovo prosecutor suspects some killed for organs

BRUSSELS (AP) — A special European Union prosecutor says there are "compelling indications" that up to 10 captives were killed to have their organs harvested for illegal trafficking during the 1998-99 Kosovo war.

Russia says latest U.N. human rights report 'hypocritical'

Russia said on Tuesday the latest U.N. human rights report on fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine was "hypocritical". "The report is unobjective and even hypocritical," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement, adding the report had failed to mention the detentions of Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine and the reported use of heavy rockets by the Ukrainian army against civilians.

China's war games don't faze Japan but disrupt civilian air traffic

By Megha Rajagopalan BEIJING (Reuters) - China is holding some of its most extensive military exercises this week off its eastern seaboard, and although rival Japan is unperturbed, they are causing massive disruptions in civilian air traffic in Shanghai and other cities. Live-fire drills will be held for the next five days off China's coast in the East China Sea opposite Japan starting on Tuesday, the Ministry of National Defence said. Civil aviation authorities have issued a red alert, resulting in a near shutdown of 19 airports in eastern and southern China between 2-6 p.m. (0500-1000 GMT), at least on Tuesday. The military is also holding live fire drills in the Gulf of Tonkin, which borders both China and Vietnam.

Passengers stuck in Hawaii for 3 nights get cash

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A group of Air New Zealand passengers were stranded for a third night Monday after being repeatedly told their plane was delayed due to mechanical problems.

EU clears state aid for ailing Polish carrier LOT

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union's antitrust authority has approved the Polish government's 200 million-euro ($270 million) bailout for its ailing national carrier, LOT airlines.

Eurostar to launch London-Marseille service in 2015

A Eurostar train comes out of the Channel Tunnel on April 10, 2014 in Coquelles, northern France High-speed cross-Channel train operator Eurostar said Tuesday it will launch direct services from London to the southern French port city of Marseille from May 1 next year. The train will make stops at Lyon in eastern France and Avignon. It will take four and a half hours to Lyon, six hours to Avignon and about six hours and 15 minutes to Marseille. Lyon is widely regarded as France's gastronomic capital while Avignon hosts the country's best known theatre festival in July.


Iran leader calls for arming Gaza to fight Israel

In this picture released by the official website of the office of the Iranian supreme leader, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, leads the Eid al-Fitr prayer at the Imam Khomeini grand mosque, in Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, July 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader) TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's supreme leader on Tuesday called on Muslims from around the world to help arm Gaza Palestinians in their fight against Israel.


EU envoys meeting on tougher Russia sanctions

BRUSSELS (AP) — The United States and the European Union are preparing a powerful one-two punch against the Russian economy, with EU ambassadors meeting Tuesday to discuss a dramatic escalation in the trade bloc's sanctions on Russia.

EU envoys meeting on tougher Russia sanctions

BRUSSELS (AP) — The United States and the European Union are preparing a powerful one-two punch against the Russian economy, with EU ambassadors meeting Tuesday to discuss a dramatic escalation in the trade bloc's sanctions on Russia.

Abuse suspect dead; 2 marshals, NY policeman hurt

A police officer stands near a crime scene on Monday, July 28, 2014 in New York. Authorities say a sex-assault suspect got in a shootout with law enforcement in New York City that wounded the suspect, two federal marshals and a police officer. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) NEW YORK (AP) — A California man who skipped town after being accused of molesting a boy was killed and three law enforcement officers trying to arrest him were wounded in a daytime shootout inside a small smoke shop in one of New York's most bustling neighborhoods, officials said.


Top Asian News at 9:30 a.m. GMT

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — The slow course of justice for the leaders of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime will inch forward again Wednesday, as a U.N.-backed tribunal holds an initial hearing against a pair of defendants in their 80s facing genocide and other charges. Khmer Rouge head of state, Khieu Samphan, and Nuon Chea, right-hand man to the group's late chief, Pol Pot, are among the few surviving top leaders of the brutal communist group that was responsible for some 1.7 million deaths from starvation, exhaustion, disease and execution when it was in power in 1975-79.

Gaza's sole power plant down after Israel attack

A picture taken from the southern Israeli Gaza border shows smoke billowing from the sole power plant in the Gaza Strip following an Israeli air strike on July 29, 2014 The only power plant supplying electricity to the Gaza Strip was knocked out of commission by Israeli shelling, deputy director of the energy authority in the Palestinian territory said Tuesday. "Gaza's sole power plant has stopped working due to Israeli shelling last night, which damaged the steam generator and later hit the fuel tanks which set them on fire," Fathi al-Sheikh Khalil told AFP. The damage of the power plant exacerbated the heavy damage to civilian infrastructure in Gaza already inflicted during the 22 days of the Israeli offensive aimed at stamping out militant rocket fire and destroying attack tunnels. Besides the power plant, Gaza also purchases electricity from Israel, but many of the supply lines have been badly damaged by the recent fighting, Sheikh Khalil said.


Australia plans to arrest 2 Middle East fighters

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australian police have obtained arrest warrants for two Australians who are fighting with the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria after one posted photographs of the other posing with severed heads of Syrian soldiers.

Soaring English house prices trap young people at home: study

Nearly two million young working people in England aged 20 to 34 are still living at home with their parents, a Shelter study says Nearly two million young working people in England are still living at home as soaring house prices keep them under their parents' roof, a Shelter study said Tuesday. Most of those surveyed, aged 20 to 34, cited a lack of affordable housing and nearly three-quarters would rather not be residing with their parents, the report found. "The 'clipped wing generation' are finding themselves with no choice but to remain living with mum and dad well into adulthood, as they struggle to find a home of their own," said Shelter chief executive Campbell Robb.


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