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Migrants flood Budapest rail station; no trains to the West
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) -- Migrants have flooded into Budapest's Keleti train station as police leave, but the train operator says that there will be no trains going to Western Europe.... 9/3/2015 6:47 AM

Pacific bluefin tuna group puts off new moves to save fish
TOKYO (AP) -- An international body that monitors fisheries in most of the Pacific Ocean ended a meeting in Japan on Thursday without agreement on fresh measures to protect the dwindling bluefin tuna.... 9/3/2015 6:43 AM

Out of the sunroof, and the office: Glimpses of China parade
BEIJING (AP) -- Brief looks at China's massive parade Thursday commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II:... 9/3/2015 6:28 AM

Seoul prosecutors seek 15-year term for US envoy attacker
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- South Korean prosecutors on Thursday asked for a 15-year prison term for the man they say slashed the U.S. ambassador during a breakfast forum in March.... 9/3/2015 6:26 AM

Lost Australian sheep yields 30 sweaters worth of fleece
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- A lost, overgrown sheep found in Australian scrubland was shorn for perhaps the first time on Thursday, yielding 40 kilograms (89 pounds) of wool - the equivalent of 30 sweaters - and shedding almost half his body weight.... 9/3/2015 6:26 AM

Tamil leader becomes opposition leader in Parliament
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) -- Sri Lanka's Parliament has recognized an ethnic Tamil lawmaker as the opposition leader for the first time in decades in what is seen a positive step toward post civil-war reconciliation with the minority community.... 9/3/2015 6:09 AM

UNICEF: 40 percent school dropouts in Mideast conflict areas
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- Forty percent of children from five conflict-scarred Middle Eastern countries are not attending school, the United Nations agency for children said Thursday, warning that losing this generation will lead to more militancy, migration and a dim future for the region.... 9/3/2015 5:55 AM

Guatemala president ordered detained in corruption probe
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) -- A Guatemalan judge has issued an unprecedented order to detain President Otto Perez Molina in a fraud scandal that has engulfed his government, dealing the most serious blow yet to entrenched political corruption in the Central American country.... 9/3/2015 5:51 AM

Q&A: What to look for with Guatemala's embattled president
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) -- A Guatemala judge has ordered President Otto Perez Molina to appear before a judge after Congress withdrew immunity of office this week, moving forward on his possible prosecution in a customs corruption scandal that has sparked massive street protests. A court has barred him from leaving the country during the investigation, though he remains president of the Central American nation.... 9/3/2015 5:26 AM

Bangkok security looks more serious in deadly bombing's wake
BANGKOK (AP) -- Bangkok's laid-back, anything-goes vibe has toughened a bit in the aftermath of last month's deadly bombing in the heart of the city.... 9/3/2015 5:18 AM

French farmers stage 1,000-strong tractor protest in Paris
PARIS (AP) -- Hundreds of tractors were descending on Paris on Thursday in a boisterous protest by farmers blocking highways to express their anger over falling French food prices and high taxes.... 9/3/2015 5:07 AM

China pledges to cut 300,000 troops from its massive army
BEIJING (AP) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday pledged to cut China's 2.3 million-member People's Liberation Army by 300,000 troops, amid rising manpower costs and technological capabilities that reduce the need for large numbers of personnel.... 9/3/2015 5:01 AM

China marks Japan WWII defeat, shows rising power in parade
BEIJING (AP) -- China's leader presided over a parade of tanks, missiles and troops that displayed growing military might Thursday as fighter jets roared overhead, but pledged a 300,000 reduction in troops in a bid to show his country poses no expansionist threat.... 9/3/2015 4:42 AM

Mexico Senate ratifies academic as next ambassador to US
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexican lawmakers have confirmed a U.S.-based Mexican academic as the country's next ambassador to the United States.... 9/3/2015 1:22 AM

Colombia to give citizenship to Venezuelans hurt by crisis
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- Colombia is giving citizenship to dozens of Venezuelans separated from family members as part of President Nicolas Maduro's crackdown on illegal immigration along the border.... 9/2/2015 11:35 PM

Russia delays new body to assign blame for Syrian attacks
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Russia is holding up Security Council approval to establish a new international body to assign blame for chemical attacks in Syria's deadly conflict for the first time.... 9/2/2015 11:08 PM

Mexico's president acknowledges distrust, fear
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto acknowledged Wednesday that the country's crime, corruption and economic troubles have caused distrust and anger among Mexicans.... 9/2/2015 10:42 PM

SodaStream chief accuses boycotters of anti-Semitism
IDAN HANEGEV INDUSTRIAL PARK, Israel (AP) -- The chief executive of SodaStream, the beverage maker that is shuttering its West Bank factory in the face of international boycott calls, accused his company's critics Wednesday of anti-Semitism and hurting the interests of the Palestinian workers they claim to protect.... 9/2/2015 9:33 PM

El Salvador sets new murder milestone with deadly August
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) -- El Salvador has hit yet another grisly milestone: A record murder rate in August.... 9/2/2015 9:13 PM

Obstacle to moving Rio Olympic venues? 1,400 silent athletes
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- Olympic organizers have agreed to test for viruses in Rio's sewage-filled waters.... 9/2/2015 8:57 PM



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