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Report: Serbs ask Russia to veto UN resolution on Srebrenica
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) -- Serbia on Saturday asked Russia to veto a British U.N. Security Council resolution that would call the massacre of some 8,000 Muslim men and boys during the Bosnian war in Srebrenica genocide.... 7/4/2015 3:55 PM

Hundreds march in Istanbul in support of Uighurs
ISTANBUL (AP) -- Hundreds of people have marched in Istanbul to protest against China's treatment of its minority Muslim Uighur community.... 7/4/2015 3:50 PM

Aussie coach has advice for defending Japan
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) -- Perhaps, Australia coach Alen Stajcic was on to something when he said, "We're not the Netherlands," in responding to question regarding how his team might defend against Japan in the quarterfinals.... 7/4/2015 3:03 PM

Spain's weather stations warn of extended heat wave
MADRID (AP) -- Spain's meteorological agency on Saturday warned people to brace for high temperatures across much of the country over the coming days, amid a lingering European heat wave.... 7/4/2015 3:00 PM

McCain: US must reassess Afghanistan troop withdrawal
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) -- The ongoing Taliban offensive in Afghanistan demands a reassessment of the Obama administration's current plan to drawdown U.S. forces, U.S. Sen. John McCain said Saturday during a visit to the country's capital.... 7/4/2015 2:58 PM

Tunisian leader calls state of emergency, state media says
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) -- Tunisia's president declared a state of emergency on Saturday, more than a week after a gunman at a popular resort attacked foreign tourists on the beach, killing 38 people.... 7/4/2015 2:56 PM

Official: 10 civilians killed in 3 car bombs in Libya
BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) -- A Libyan official says at least ten civilians were killed when three separate car bombs exploded simultaneously in the eastern coastal city of Darna.... 7/4/2015 2:38 PM

Egypt president: situation 'stable' following Sinai attack
CAIRO (AP) -- Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, wearing battle dress for the first time in over a year, declared Saturday that the country's security situation was "completely stable" following a coordinated assault on the military in the troubled northern part of the Sinai Peninsula.... 7/4/2015 2:25 PM

Benedict XVI is honored for keen devotion to church music
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Benedict XVI, emeritus pope and theologian, reflected on Saturday on classical music as an "encounter with the divine," saying listening to Mozart helps him experience "very deeply the Lord's presence."... 7/4/2015 2:02 PM

APNewsBreak: Tentative agreement on Iran sanctions relief
VIENNA (AP) -- World powers and Iran have reached tentative agreement on sanctions relief for the Islamic Republic, among the most contentious issues in a long-term nuclear agreement that negotiators hope to clinch over the next several days, diplomats told The Associated Press on Saturday.... 7/4/2015 1:20 PM

Egypt marks 2nd anniversary of Islamist ouster with mourning
CAIRO (AP) -- Two years to the day after the army overthrew Egypt's Islamist president, the sounds coming from the mosque at Cairo's Tahrir Square were sadly telling. At the focal point of Egypt's upheavals, where authorities had hoped to stage celebrations, there was instead a prayer for the week's dead, including soldiers cut down by militants in Sinai and the country's chief prosecutor, assassinated by car bomb in the capital.... 7/4/2015 12:35 PM

Right to die: Colombian man ends life with government backup
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- Dr. Gustavo Quintana walks out of a modest, two-floor apartment building in southern Bogota. Inside his black doctor's bag are vials containing anesthesia and muscle relaxants, a syringe and a rubber tourniquet. The man known in Colombia as Dr. Death has just ended the life of his 234th patient: a middle-aged woman suffering from incurable stomach cancer.... 7/4/2015 12:12 PM

Murder complaints filed over capsized Philippine ferry
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- Police in a central Philippine city said Saturday that they have filed murder complaints against the owner and the crew of a ferry that capsized shortly after pulling out of port, leaving more than 50 people dead.... 7/4/2015 12:07 PM

Analysts: Greek government's post-referendum future unsure
ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- Whether Greeks decide in Sunday's referendum to accept their lenders' bailout deal or reject it, the government's hold on power may be shakier than its brash prime minister has calculated, analysts say.... 7/4/2015 11:46 AM

Brave dog Leo honored with monument in Serbian town
PANCEVO, Serbia (AP) -- Normally, Leo would run away at the sight of a bigger dog. The small dachshund liked most to cuddle with his owners or ride in the back seat of the family car. But, one day Leo showed that true bravery knows no limits.... 7/4/2015 11:37 AM

Syrian troops and Hezbollah attack border mountain resort
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- Syrian troops backed by members of Lebanon's Hezbollah group began a major offensive Saturday under the cover of intense airstrikes to retake a rebel-held mountain resort while opposition fighters retaliated by shelling the capital Damascus.... 7/4/2015 11:19 AM

Would Greek exit help or hurt Europe's currency union?
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) -- With aid negotiations off and ATMs running out of money, it's not speculation any more. Greece could leave the euro. And soon.... 7/4/2015 9:20 AM

Taiwan stands up to China with World War II military parade
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) -- Taiwan marched out thousands of troops and displayed its most modern military hardware Saturday to spotlight an old but often forgotten claim that its forces, not the Chinese Communists, led the campaign that routed imperial Japan from China 70 years ago.... 7/4/2015 7:32 AM

Fatal fire on Japan's airtight bullet train exposes lapses
TOKYO (AP) -- A fatal fire on Japan's bullet train, started by a man who self-immolated this week, has revealed blind spots in a system renowned for its speed, punctuality and safety record.... 7/4/2015 5:36 AM

Papal visit puts Andes presidents' eco-record under scrutiny
AGUARAGUE NATIONAL PARK, Bolivia (AP) -- In the vine-entangled forests of the Aguarague National Park, crude that seeped for decades out of abandoned wellheads saturates the soil and has stained the bedrock of creeks that provide water to the indigenous Guarani who live nearby.... 7/4/2015 4:03 AM



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