• Police: Pelicans guard Dejean-Jones fatally shot in Dallas

    New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones was fatally shot after breaking down the door to a Dallas apartment, authorities said Saturday. A man living at the apartment was sleeping when he heard his front door kicked open, Dallas Police Senior Cpl. When Dejean-Jones began kicking at the bedroom

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  • Clashes between Islamic State, Syria rebels kill dozens near Turkey - monitor

    Fighting between Islamic State (IS) and Syrian rebels near the Turkish border has killed dozens of people in the last two days, as IS militants keep up an offensive that has led to rapid territorial gains, a monitoring group said on Saturday. Fighters from the militant group entered the rebel-held town

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  • France's Sapin says government will stand firm on labour reform

    By Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) - A plan to overhaul labour rules is crucial to proving France's ability to reform, and the government will stand by it despite street protests and refinery blockades, Finance Minister Michel Sapin said in an interview. The government is under pressure to find

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  • Tropical Storm Bonnie stalls en route toward South Carolina

    Tropical Storm Bonnie, the first of the year to threaten the United States, stalled in the Atlantic before strengthening slightly on Saturday, its center expected to cross the South Carolina coast on Sunday night and Monday, National Hurricane Center said. Bonnie, coming four days before the official

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  • France's Sapin says government will stand firm on labor reform

    By Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) - A plan to overhaul labor rules is crucial to proving France's ability to reform, and the government will stand by it despite street protests and refinery blockades, Finance Minister Michel Sapin said in an interview. The government is under pressure to find

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  • Rescued migrants say ship sank off Italy with hundreds aboard - NGO

    Migrants rescued from two boats in the Mediterranean this week told humanitarian workers in Italy that they saw another vessel carrying some 400 migrants sink, Save the Children said on Saturday. Three vessels carrying migrants already are confirmed to have sunk or capsized this week.

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  • Niger says kills 12 Boko Haram fighters in gun battle

    Security forces in Niger killed around 12 fighters of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram who launched an attack in the southeastern region of Bosso close to the border with Nigeria, according to an army statement on Saturday. Three members of the security forces were lightly wounded during Friday

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  • Vintage plane crashed in Hudson River during emergency landing - owner

    The pilot of a World War Two-era plane killed in a crash in the Hudson River off Manhattan on Friday evening was trying to execute an emergency landing, the museum that owned the vintage aircraft said. The P-47 Thunderbolt crashed just south of the George Washington Bridge. The New York Police Department

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  • Lightning strikes leave 9 badly hurt in France and Germany

    PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Lightning strikes in northern France and southwest Germany on Saturday left nine people seriously hurt, authorities said. Eleven people were injured by a bolt of lightning in a park in Paris, six of them badly, the French interior ministry said. Eric Moulin, a spokesman

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  • Italian marine arrives home after four years in custody in India

    An Italian marine who Indian prosecutors accuse of murdering two fishermen during an anti-piracy mission returned home on Saturday after four years in custody in New Delhi. Salvatore Girone, who was held in custody at the Italian embassy in the Indian capital, is one of two marines arrested in 2012

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  • Chile President Bachelet testifies in tax probe into daughter-in-law

    Chile's President Michelle Bachelet voluntarily testified earlier this week with the national prosecutor's office as part of a probe into alleged tax crimes by her daughter-in-law Natalia Compagnon, the government said late on Friday. While Bachelet has not been accused of any wrongdoing, the

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  • Cincinnati gorilla killed after boy falls into zoo enclosure

    (Reuters) - A male gorilla in the Cincinnati Zoo was killed by keepers on Saturday after he dragged around a 4-year-old boy who fell into the enclosure, a zoo official said. The boy crawled through a barrier and fell about 12 feet (3.7-meters) into a moat surrounding the habitat, where Harambe, a 400

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  • Pilots pay tribute to comrade whose WWII plane crashed

    Air show pilots performed an aerial salute Saturday to their comrade who died after his World War II-era plane crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey a day earlier. The P-47 Thunderbolt crashed Friday night during a promotional flight for the American Airpower Museum on Long Island

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  • Tropical Storm Bonnie bears down on South Carolina coast

    Tropical Storm Bonnie, the first of the year to threaten the United States, stalled in the Atlantic before strengthening slightly late on Saturday, its centre expected to cross the South Carolina coast on Sunday night and Monday, the National Hurricane Center said. Bonnie, coming four days before the

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  • 2 more bodies found in Texas after torrential rain, floods

    The bodies of two missing motorists were found Saturday in Texas, raising the death toll to four from flooding in the state after torrential rain inundated rivers and waterways, authorities said. The threat of severe weather had lessened in Texas over the long Memorial Day holiday weekend and the focus

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  • Real Madrid wins Champions League in penalty shootout

    Cristiano Ronaldo did it again for Real Madrid, stepping forward to score a penalty and inflict another devastating loss in a Champions League final on rival Atletico Madrid. Ronaldo's decisive spot kick in the shootout gave Real Madrid a 5-3 victory on penalties, following a 1-1 draw after extra

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  • Venezuela government, opposition meet with mediators in Dominican Republic

    Venezuela's opposition and top government officials said on Saturday they met with a group of mediators in the Dominican Republic to lay the groundwork for a dialogue amid a political standoff and a deepening economic crisis. President Nicolas Maduro is locked in a standoff with the legislature

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  • Tropical Storm Bonnie cuts path towards South Carolina

    Tropical Storm Bonnie, the first of the year to threaten the United States, is expected to reach the South Carolina coast on Saturday evening or early Sunday, the National Hurricane Centre said after upgrading the system from a tropical depression. Bonnie, coming four days before the official start

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  • Tropical Storm Bonnie cuts path toward South Carolina

    Tropical Storm Bonnie, the first of the year to threaten the United States, is expected to reach the South Carolina coast on Saturday evening or early Sunday, the National Hurricane Center said after upgrading the system from a tropical depression. Bonnie, coming four days before the official start

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  • Putin visits Russian Orthodox monastic community in Greece

    Russian President Vladimir Putin visited a Russian Orthodox monastery Saturday as he wrapped up a two-day visit to Greece, which is looking for more Russian investment and tourism as it copes with a prolonged financial crisis and a massive wave of migrants. Putin, who has sought to capitalize on the

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  • Child still critical after lightning hits 11 in Paris park

    Eight children and three adults were struck by lightning Saturday in a Paris park after a sudden spring storm sent a bolt crashing down upon a children's birthday party, a spokesman for Paris' fire service said. The birthday group had sought shelter under a tree at Park Monceau, a northwest

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  • Flint, Michigan, pipe-replacement cost nearly doubles: newspaper

    (Reuters) - The cost of replacing water lines in Flint, Michigan, has nearly doubled amid a health crisis from high lead levels in drinking water, the Detroit Free Press reported on Saturday. The average cost for replacing a service water line in Flint through a pilot project that ended this month

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  • Canada's Trudeau defends assisted suicide bill as deadline nears

    By Rod Nickel WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - A bill legalizing medically-assisted suicide in Canada strikes the right balance between defending fundamental freedoms and protecting against abuses, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Saturday, predicting confusion if it is not approved. The draft legislation

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  • First tropical storm of year to threaten U.S. heads for South Carolina

    (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Bonnie, the first of the year to threaten the United States, is expected to reach the South Carolina coast on Saturday evening or early Sunday, the National Hurricane Centre said after upgrading the system from a tropical depression. Bonnie, coming four days before the official

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  • Correction: Argentina-Operation Condor story

    In a story May 27 about an Argentina court ruling on human rights crimes related to the Operation Condor conspiracy in South America, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Ronni Moffitt was an aide to former Chilean ambassador Orlando Letelier.

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