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Vigilantes target extremists in northeast Nigeria

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — As soldiers continue an offensive against radical Islamic extremists in northeast Nigeria, young men armed with machetes and sticks have now entered the streets of the region's biggest city, targeting suspected fighters.
The members of the "Civilian JTF," a play off the acronym used to describe the joint military and police taskf...

2013-06-12 13:16:18

Turkish PM to meet Istanbul park protesters

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Police and protesters retrenched Wednesday after punishing overnight clashes in Istanbul's Taksim Square — an uncertain hiatus before officials were to hold talks aimed to end Turkey's biggest anti-government protests in decades.
Nearly two weeks of protests across the nation have shaped up as perhaps the biggest test in the 10-year ...

2013-06-12 13:14:47

Crackdown filling NKorean prisons with defectors

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's prison population has swelled with those caught fleeing the country under a crackdown on defections by young leader Kim Jong Un, according to defectors living in South Korea and researchers who study Pyongyang's notorious network of labor camps and detention centers.
Soon after he succeeded his father as North Korea...

2013-06-12 13:08:48

Greek state TV closure triggers strikes

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece's two largest labor unions called a 24-hour general strike for Thursday to protest the government's move to close state-run TV and radio, a decision that has shocked the public and triggered a political crisis.
State TV and radio signals went dead early Wednesday, hours after the government closed the Hellenic Broadcasting Cor...

2013-06-12 13:05:41

Markets settle down after recent volatility

LONDON (AP) — Markets recovered their poise Wednesday, a day after investors around the world were spooked by the failure of the Bank of Japan to announce further easing measures.
On Tuesday, stocks were hit while the yen surged, particularly against the dollar, after Japan's central bank kept policy unchanged. Japan has been one of the main influences in...

2013-06-12 13:05:18

Israel's Netanyahu in Poland to visit Nazi camp

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday kicked off a two-day visit to Poland that is steeped in symbolism, focusing on the Jewish people's painful history there as well as the strong relations between Poland and the Jewish state today.
Netanyahu will meet with Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk in Warsaw before heading ...

2013-06-12 13:04:43

Activists: Syrian rebel attack kills 60 Shiites

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian rebels have attacked a village in the country's east, killing dozens of Shiites, mostly pro-government fighters, activists said Wednesday. A Syrian government official denounced the attack, saying it was a "massacre" of civilians.
The killings, which took place Tuesday in the eastern Deir el-Zour province, highlight the sectarian natu...

2013-06-12 12:45:48

Strike over EU plan snarls France, UK airports

PARIS (AP) — A strike by air traffic controllers is snarling flights around France, as workers protest a plan to simplify Europe's patchwork airspace and open up more air traffic duties to private enterprise.
About 1,800 flights were canceled for a second day in France — about half the normal number of flights, according to the French authority that track...

2013-06-12 12:43:39

Mandela remains in hospital for a 5th day

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — For the fifth straight day, former South African President Nelson was in a Pretoria hospital on Wednesday, being treated for a recurring lung infection.
The 94-year-old icon was hospitalized on Saturday. Two of Mandela's daughters and his former wife visited the hospital where Mandela is staying on Tuesday. President Jacob Zuma called ...

2013-06-12 12:37:34

Thousands of anti-Putin protesters march in Moscow

MOSCOW (AP) — Thousands of Russian opposition activists are marching through Moscow decrying President Vladimir Putin's authoritarian rule and calling for the release of people they consider political prisoners.
Wednesday's march is in support of 27 people who face charges related to a protest that turned violent on the eve of Putin's inauguration more th...

2013-06-12 12:29:25

Italy raises 7 billion euros in bond sale

MILAN (AP) — Italy paid slightly higher interest rates to sell 7 billion euros ($9.3 billion) in 12-month bonds.
The Italian Treasury said Wednesday that it paid 0.96 percent for the bonds, up from a record low of 0.73 percent at the last such auction in May. Demand was 1.49 times the amount on offer, up from 1.16 percent last month.

2013-06-12 12:15:22

Warner axed by Australia for fight with English

BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) — Australia dropped batsman David Warner from its Champions Trophy match against New Zealand on Wednesday for attacking an England player in a bar at the weekend, a sign of increasing tensions between the fierce rivals ahead of the Ashes series.
While Cricket Australia maintained it was an alleged "physical altercation," England o...

2013-06-12 12:11:38

Incentive for Korea talks remains despite failure

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea dismantled the meeting table, pulled down the placards and rolled up the red carpet. Its intended guest, North Korea, has stopped answering the phone.
The rivals' much-anticipated meeting, which had been set for Wednesday, collapsed before it even began. But while the last-minute cancellation over a protocol dispute s...

2013-06-12 11:58:46

Motorcycle bomb kills 2, wounds 15 in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A motorcycle bomb killed an Afghan soldier and a civilian Wednesday and wounded 15 other people in southern Afghanistan, officials said.
The blast was near a market in Helmand province's heavily contested Sangin district, local police chief Ghulam Ali said, adding that three soldiers, one local police officer and 11 civilians wer...

2013-06-12 11:54:43

UK unemployment falls slightly

LONDON (AP) — Official government figures show that UK job market recovered slightly, with unemployment falling by 5,000 between February and April.
The Office for National Statistics figures released Wednesday show that 2.51 million people in the UK remain unemployed. The ONS figures also show that the number of Britons claiming jobseeker's allowance als...

2013-06-12 11:44:06

OTC Morning-After Pill Coming - But Not Yet

After a prolonged legal fight, President Obama reversed course on age restrictions for the Plan B morning-after pill. It's unclear just how soon the emergency...

2013-06-12 01:27:14

UN envoy: 'Streets are heating up' in south Yemen

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. envoy to Yemen warned Tuesday that "the streets are heating up" in the country's restive south and pent-up resentment over more than two decades of unaddressed grievances is reaching "a tipping point."
Calls for an autonomous state in the south — which was once a separate country — have compounded Yemen's many problems as th...

2013-06-12 01:06:11

Bill to revamp military justice faces uphill fight

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ambitious legislation to stanch the growing number of sexual assaults in the armed forces by overhauling the military justice system faces an uncertain future due to vigorous objections from senior Defense Department leaders and key members of Congress who are concerned the proposed changes go too far.
The bill crafted by Sen. Kirsten Gi...

2013-06-12 00:59:04

Pope confirms 'gay lobby' at work at Vatican

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis lamented that a "gay lobby" was at work at the Vatican in private remarks to the leadership of a key Latin American church group — a stunning acknowledgment that appears to confirm earlier reports about corruption and dysfunction in the Holy See.
The Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Religious — the regional or...

2013-06-12 00:57:52

London police raid currency exchange bureaus

LONDON (AP) — Britain's Metropolitan Police force says it has raided currency exchange bureaus suspected of laundering more than 3 million pounds ($4.5 million) in ill-gotten cash.
Police say specialist officers raided 10 exchange bureaus across London believed to have laundered the proceeds of crime. Police said Tuesday six people were arrested "on suspi...

2013-06-12 00:24:46

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