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  • Seattle police clash with, arrest protesters following May Day marches

    (Reuters) - Two Seattle police officers were injured and at least seven people arrested on Sunday after a group of unruly demonstrators hurled rocks, bottles and Molotov cocktails and broke windows, authorities said. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray blamed Sunday's trouble, which he termed "senseless

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  • Latest: Sick-out prompts 43 Detroit school closures

    Detroit Public Schools says at least 43 schools will be closed Monday amid a sick-out by teachers. District spokeswoman Michelle Zdrodowski made the announcement late Sunday night. The Detroit Federation of Teachers earlier Sunday urged members to call in sick Monday.

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  • South Korea revives GPS backup project after blaming North for jamming

    By Jack Kim and Jonathan Saul SEOUL/LONDON (Reuters) - South Korea has revived a project to build a backup ship navigation system that would be difficult to hack after a recent wave of GPS signal jamming attacks it blamed on North Korea disrupted fishing vessel operations, officials say. Global Positioning

  • Sharks go 2-0 up against Predators

    (Reuters) - The San Jose Sharks did not win any style points on Sunday but they won a playoff game they probably deserved to lose. Joe Pavelski's first goal of the series and sixth of the playoffs sparked San Jose to a 3-2 win over the Nashville Predators. Joe Thornton's empty-net goal at 19

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  • As Asia's rice crop shrivels, food security fears resurface

    By Naveen Thukral SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Nearly a decade after a spike in global food prices sent shockwaves around the world, Asia's top rice producers are suffering from a blistering drought that threatens to cut output and boost prices of a staple for half the world's population. World rice

  • The Latest: Elephants give final Ringling Bros. performance

    Elephants have delivered their final performance for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson closed Sunday's performance in Providence, Rhode Island, by calling the animals beloved members of the circus family and thanking them for more than 100 years of service

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  • The Latest: Police arrest protesters in Seattle

    At least four people have been arrested and two police officers injured in Seattle following clashes between anti-capitalist protesters and authorities on May Day. Seattle police used pepper spray to disperse the protesters Sunday evening after authorities say rocks, flares and bricks were thrown at

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  • Yemen officials say peace talks suspended after Houthis seize base

    By Mohammed Ghobari CAIRO (Reuters) - The Yemeni government suspended direct peace talks to end the country's civil war on Sunday after the Houthi movement and its armed allies seized a military base north of the capital Sanaa, two members of the official delegation to the talks said. Unlike most

  • Islamic State boosts attacks in response to territorial losses: IHS

    Islamic State attacks have increased this year, particularly in Iraq and Syria as the group responds to substantial territorial losses, a U.S.-based analysis firm IHS said on Sunday. There were 891 attacks during the first quarter of 2016 in neighbours Iraq and Syria, more than in any three-month period

  • Derailed train in Washington leaks hazardous chemical, disrupts rail service

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    Brazil's beleaguered President Dilma Rousseff on Sunday vowed to raise spending on her party's signature anti-poverty program in an appeal to her political base, warning that her opponents would slash social expenditure if she is stripped of office. Left-leaning Rousseff, speaking at a Labor

  • Wary of China's Indian Ocean activities, U.S., India discuss anti-submarine warfare

    By Sanjeev Miglani and Greg Torode NEW DELHI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - India and the United States are in talks to help each other track submarines in the Indian Ocean, military officials say, a move that could further tighten defense ties between New Delhi and Washington as China steps up its undersea

  • Russia says talks to extend Syrian lull in fighting to Aleppo

    By Lidia Kelly and John Davison MOSCOW/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Russia said on Sunday talks were taking place to include Aleppo in a temporary lull in fighting declared by the Syrian army in some western parts of the country, a sign of intensified efforts to halt a surge of violence in Syria's former

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  • Half of leading investors ignoring climate change: study

    Almost half of the world's top 500 investors are doing nothing to address climate change through their investments, a study showed on Monday. A report by the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP), a not-for-profit organization aimed at improving the management of climate change, found that just

  • Suspected Islamic State suicide bomber kills two police in southeast Turkey - sources

    By Seyhmus Cakan GAZIANTEP, Turkey (Reuters) - Two police officers were killed and 22 people wounded in a suicide car bomb attack in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep, the governor and police sources said, in one of three attacks on the security forces on Sunday. There was no immediate claim

  • Egyptian police raid press syndicate, arrest two journalists

    Egyptian police on Sunday raided the press syndicate in Cairo and arrested two journalists critical of the government, a syndicate official and reporters said in what the syndicate called an unprecedented crackdown. The interior ministry denied officers had stormed the press labor union building, a

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  • Eyeing an Indiana victory, Trump says, 'It's over'

    By Steve Holland and Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Front-runner Donald Trump said on Sunday that he will have essentially sealed the Republican U.S. presidential nomination if he wins Tuesday's contest in Indiana, where he holds a big lead over chief rival Ted Cruz. A new NBC/Wall Street

  • The Latest: Police use pepper spray on Seattle protesters

    Seattle police used pepper spray to disperse anti-capitalist protesters after authorities say rocks, flares and bricks were thrown at officers downtown. Dozens of black-clad people had gathered at Westlake Park in downtown following a peaceful, permitted march earlier in the day by advocates for workers

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  • Iraqi protesters end Green Zone sit-in for now after issuing demands

    By Stephen Kalin and Ahmed Rasheed BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Protesters camped out in Baghdad's Green Zone for 24 hours left the heavily fortified government district on Sunday after issuing demands for political reform but they pledged to return by the end of the week to keep up the pressure. Iraq has

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  • Pope condemns paedophilia as details of girl's death shock Italy

    By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis called for "severe punishment" for paedophiles on Sunday after new details emerged in Italy of the 2014 death of a six-year-old girl who is alleged to have been thrown from an eighth-storey balcony by her abuser.

  • 1st cruise from a US port in decades leaves Miami for Cuba

    Passengers set sail Sunday from Miami on an historic cruise to Cuba, the first in decades to depart from a U.S. seaport for the communist island nation. Carnival Corp.'s 704-passenger Adonia left port at 4:24 p.m., bound for Havana. Carnival's Cuba cruises, operating under its Fathom brand,

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  • Puerto Rico won't make $370 million in debt payments Monday

    Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla announced that Puerto Rico's government will not make nearly $370 million in bond payments due Monday after a failure to restructure or find a political solution to the U.S. territory's spiraling public debt crisis. Garcia said Sunday that he had issued an executive

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  • Elephants perform for final time at Ringling Bros. circus

    An elephant carrying a performer holding an American flag kicked off the final elephant performance at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus on Sunday, as the show closes its own chapter on a practice that has entertained audiences in America for two centuries but has come under fire by animal rights

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  • 2 reservation hospitals agree to quality-of-care changes

    Two government-run hospitals on Native American reservations in South Dakota will keep receiving crucial federal funding after agreeing to undertake significant measures to improve the quality of care provided to patients. The Indian Health Service, which administers the hospitals on the Pine Ridge

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