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Hamels, Phils pitch combined no-hitter against Atlanta

Hamels, Phils pitch combined no-hitter against Atlanta Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combined to pitch a no-hitter Monday, beating the Atlanta Braves 7-0 and giving a last-place team a rare reason to celebrate.


Teen soccer player on life support after Hamilton Twp. crash

Teen soccer player on life support after Hamilton Twp. crash Authorities say a teenage soccer player who was seriously injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Hamilton Township, New Jersey remains on life support.


With rebels at the door, Ukrainian children start school

Parents look through the door of a classroom where children attend their first class at a school in Volnovakha on September 1, 2014 Volnovakha (Ukraine) (AFP) - "What are the first words of the Ukrainian anthem?" teacher Yulia Likhoshva asks her students. It is Monday, the first day back at school for children across the country, and Likhoshva is kicking things off with a patriotic lesson on "United Ukraine." Authorities say 20,000 children began this school year far away from home, having been displaced from conflict-torn eastern towns or moved from the Crimean peninsula which Moscow annexed in March. Here in Volnovakha, more than 1,000 such children enrolled ahead of the first day back, according to the town's head of education, Valentina Baltsa.


Ukraine tension sparks questions over French warship sale to Russia

A picture taken on July 15, 2014 in Saint-Nazaire shows part of the Sevastopol ship, a Mistral class LHD amphibious vessel Fresh tensions with Russia over Ukraine have sparked renewed agonising in France about the sale of two Mistral-class warships to Moscow that has already drawn sharp criticism from London and Washington. France agreed in 2011 to build and sell the two advanced helicopter assault ships to Russia for a total of 1.2 billion euros ($1.6 billion) with the first scheduled for delivery in October or November and the second in 2015.


Palmeiras fires Argentine coach Ricardo Gareca

SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazilian club Palmeiras has fired Ricardo Gareca just three months after taking a chance on the Argentine coach.

Lesotho PM heading home after 'coup'

A man stands next to a newspaper ad in Maseru on August 31, 2014 Lesotho's exiled prime minister is heading home, an aide told AFP on Monday, as regional mediators sought to reinstall him to power days after an apparent coup. "We are going home now, most probably we will be in Lesotho tomorrow," Samonyane Ntsekele, an advisor to Prime Minister Tom Thabane, said from Pretoria, where southern African states brokered a deal to end the crisis. The military and a rival political party -- the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) -- have been accused of trying to oust the 75-year-old, a charge they vehemently deny. South African president Jacob Zuma and representatives from governments in the regional bloc SADC had brought together leaders from Lesotho's three ruling coalition parties to resolve their differences.


Lesotho PM heading home after 'coup'

A man stands next to a newspaper ad in Maseru on August 31, 2014 Lesotho's exiled prime minister is heading home, an aide told AFP on Monday, as regional mediators sought to reinstall him to power days after an apparent coup. "We are going home now, most probably we will be in Lesotho tomorrow," Samonyane Ntsekele, an advisor to Prime Minister Tom Thabane, said from Pretoria, where southern African states brokered a deal to end the crisis. The military and a rival political party -- the Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) -- have been accused of trying to oust the 75-year-old, a charge they vehemently deny. South African president Jacob Zuma and representatives from governments in the regional bloc SADC had brought together leaders from Lesotho's three ruling coalition parties to resolve their differences.


US helicopter crashes in Gulf of Aden; all rescued

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Navy says a Marine Corps helicopter with 25 aboard has crashed in the Gulf of Aden, but all aboard have been rescued.

Fidel Castro compares NATO to Nazis, lashes out at US

Handout picture released by cubadebate.cu website shows Cuban leader and former president Fidel Castro (L) sitting next to his brother and current president, Raul, in Havana on February 24, 2013 Cuban ex-president Fidel Castro lashed out at the United States and Europe on Monday, accusing them of war-mongering and comparing the NATO military alliance's representatives to the Nazi SS. In a tortuous column published in Cuban state media, the father of the island's communist revolution also attacked US Senator John McCain over United States policy in the Middle East, calling him "Israel's most unconditional ally."


Fidel Castro compares NATO to Nazis, lashes out at US

Handout picture released by cubadebate.cu website shows Cuban leader and former president Fidel Castro (L) sitting next to his brother and current president, Raul, in Havana on February 24, 2013 Cuban ex-president Fidel Castro lashed out at the United States and Europe on Monday, accusing them of war-mongering and comparing the NATO military alliance's representatives to the Nazi SS. In a tortuous column published in Cuban state media, the father of the island's communist revolution also attacked US Senator John McCain over United States policy in the Middle East, calling him "Israel's most unconditional ally."


Americans detained in North Korea call for US help

Jeffrey Fowle, an American detained in North Korea, speaks to the Associated Press, Monday, Sept. 1, 2014 in Pyongyang, North Korea. North Korea has given foreign media access to three detained Americans who said they have been able to contact their families and watched by officials as they spoke, called for Washington to send a representative to negotiate for their freedom. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E) PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea gave foreign media access on Monday to three detained Americans who said they have been able to contact their families and — watched by officials as they spoke — called for Washington to send a high-ranking representative to negotiate for their freedom.


Israel plan to seize West Bank land 'alarms' UN's Ban

The Israeli West Bank settlement of Efrat on September 1, 2014 UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is "alarmed" by Israeli plans to expropriate 400 hectares (988 acres) of Palestinian land in the Bethlehem area in the south of the occupied West Bank, his spokesman said Monday. Israel announced the move on Sunday, the army saying the step stemmed from political decisions taken after the June killing of three Israeli teenagers snatched from a roadside in the same area, known to Israelis as Gush Etzion settlement bloc. "The seizure of such a large swathe of land risks paving the way for further settlement activity, which -– as the United Nations has reiterated on many occasions -– is illegal under international law and runs totally counter to the pursuit of a two-state solution. "The secretary-general calls on Israel to heed the calls of the international community to refrain from settlement activity and abide by its commitments under international law and the Quartet Road Map."


Israel plan to seize West Bank land 'alarms' UN's Ban

The Israeli West Bank settlement of Efrat on September 1, 2014 UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is "alarmed" by Israeli plans to expropriate 400 hectares (988 acres) of Palestinian land in the Bethlehem area in the south of the occupied West Bank, his spokesman said Monday. Israel announced the move on Sunday, the army saying the step stemmed from political decisions taken after the June killing of three Israeli teenagers snatched from a roadside in the same area, known to Israelis as Gush Etzion settlement bloc. "The seizure of such a large swathe of land risks paving the way for further settlement activity, which -– as the United Nations has reiterated on many occasions -– is illegal under international law and runs totally counter to the pursuit of a two-state solution. "The secretary-general calls on Israel to heed the calls of the international community to refrain from settlement activity and abide by its commitments under international law and the Quartet Road Map."


Study: Action-packed TV might make you snack more

CHICAGO (AP) — Could action-packed TV fare make you fat? That's the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely paced talk show.

Iraqi forces on offensive after breaking jihadist siege

Iraqi troops, Kurdish fighters and Shiite militiamen backed by US air strikes pressed a fightback against jihadist-led militants Monday, buoyed by breaking a weeks-long siege of a Shiite town. The military gains came as a senior UN rights official said the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group has carried out "acts of inhumanity on an unimaginable scale" in Iraq, and caretaker premier Nuri al-Maliki vowed the country would be the group's "graveyard". The breakthrough at Amerli on Sunday was the biggest offensive success for the Iraqi government since IS-led militants overran much of the Sunni Arab heartland north and west of Baghdad in June. The United States carried out limited air strikes in the area during the operation, the first time it has expanded its more than three-week air campaign against IS beyond north Iraq.

Peru police display record 7.7-ton cocaine haul

Police carry blocks of seized cocaine as they present it to the press at a police base in Lima, Peru, Monday, Sept. 1, 2014. Police announced that they seized 7.6 tons of cocaine in the northern town of Trujillo on Aug. 26, and that it's the largest seizure of cocaine in Peru's history. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia) LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvian police have put on display what they call the largest cocaine haul ever in the Andean nation.


3 Council Rock HS students killed in Poconos crash

3 Council Rock HS students killed in Poconos crash A Bucks County community is mourning the loss of three Council Rock High School South students who were killed over the weekend in an SUV crash near the Poconos.


Amid foreign crises, Obama takes solace in U.S. economic turnaround

Obama delivers remarks at Laborfest 2014 at Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin By Steve Holland MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Throughout much of his presidency, Barack Obama has been under siege about the state of the U.S. With his handling of foreign policy under fire in confronting challenges from Ukraine to the Middle East, Obama made a Labor Day trek to Milwaukee's annual Laborfest event to underscore how he feels his leadership on the economy has paid off.


IS fears make Gulf monarchies set aside differences

Islamic fighters from the Al-Nusra Front wave their movement's flag as they parade at the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp, south of Damascus on July 28, 2014 Advances by jihadists in Syria and Iraq, and US calls for a coalition against them have made Gulf monarchies set aside disputes over Qatar's support for the Muslim Brotherhood, analysts say. Wary of spectacular gains made by Islamic State jihadists, the oil-rich monarchies fear the militants could advance towards their own borders, where the extreme ideologies could find support. "The biggest danger (in the Gulf) comes now from these (emerging) terrorist groups, and not from the Muslim Brotherhood," said Abdulaziz Sager, head of the Gulf Research Centre think-tank.


IS fears make Gulf monarchies set aside differences

Islamic fighters from the Al-Nusra Front wave their movement's flag as they parade at the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp, south of Damascus on July 28, 2014 Advances by jihadists in Syria and Iraq, and US calls for a coalition against them have made Gulf monarchies set aside disputes over Qatar's support for the Muslim Brotherhood, analysts say. Wary of spectacular gains made by Islamic State jihadists, the oil-rich monarchies fear the militants could advance towards their own borders, where the extreme ideologies could find support. "The biggest danger (in the Gulf) comes now from these (emerging) terrorist groups, and not from the Muslim Brotherhood," said Abdulaziz Sager, head of the Gulf Research Centre think-tank.


Police in Oregon say scene 'safe' after standoff

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Police have detained a man after a brief standoff near Interstate 84 in northeast Portland, Oregon.

Top Asian News at 8:00 p.m. GMT

HONG KONG (AP) — China's Communist leaders have pulled out their usual playbook to suppress resistance to their plans to tightly limit the first direct election of Hong Kong's leader, but are likely to find that the results are quite different. Beijing is blaming radicals and foreigners and showing off its military might, all things unlikely to go down well in the freewheeling capitalist bastion where a sizeable middle class accustomed to freedom of speech and the rule of law plans to push back with acts of civil disobedience.

Conte isn't sending a message to Balotelli

New Italy soccer team coach Antonio Conte answers a reporter's question during a media conference following a training session at Coverciano sports grounds, near Florence, Italy, Monday, Sept. 1, 2014. Italy is scheduled to play the Netherlands in a friendly soccer match in Bari, Italy, on Thursday. (AP Photo/Fabrizio Giovannozzi) FLORENCE, Italy (AP) — Italy coach Antonio Conte was not trying to send a message to Mario Balotelli by leaving him off his first squad.


Kenneth Bae's family worried about his health

SEATTLE (AP) — The sister of an American missionary held nearly two years in North Korea says she is worried about Kenneth Bae's health and wellbeing.

Ferguson Police Receive Body Camera Donation

Ferguson Police Receive Body Camera Donation One in Six U.S. Police Departments Use Body Cameras


ISIS Turning Old Enemies into Awkward Allies

ISIS Turning Old Enemies into Awkward Allies US Attacks Joined With Militia Advised by Iran


Detained Americans in North Korea seek U.S. help

U.S. missionary Bae appears before a limited number of media outlets in Pyongyang By James Pearson, Alina Selyukh and Matt Spetalnick SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three American citizens detained in North Korea appealed on Monday to the U.S government for help returning home, speaking in rare interviews that were set up by the North Korean government and may signal an attempt by Pyongyang to reopen a long-stalled dialogue. One of them said his health was failing and another described his situation as "urgent." The three men said they were being treated humanely but asked the U.S. Responding to the interviews, the U.S. "Out of humanitarian concern for Jeffrey Fowle, Matthew Miller, and their families, we request the DPRK release them so they may return home," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement, using the formal acronym for North Korea, and referring to the two men awaiting trial.


Kenneth Bae's family worried about his health

SEATTLE (AP) — The sister of an American missionary held nearly two years in North Korea says she is worried about Kenneth Bae's health and wellbeing.

Serena Williams rolls to US Open quarters

Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, wipes sweat from his face between points against Philipp Kohlschreiber, of Germany, during the fourth round of the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament, Monday, Sept. 1, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal of the year with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Kaia Kenepi at the U.S. Open on Monday, keeping her hopes alive for a third straight Flushing Meadows crown.


N'Gog joins Reims on quiet day of French transfers

PARIS (AP) — On a quiet day of transfers in the French league, the main news was who left rather than who joined, with Colombia striker Radamel Falcao leaving Monaco after just one season to sign a loan deal with Manchester United.

Djokovic tops Kohlschreiber, reaches US Open QFs

Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, reacts after a shot against Philipp Kohlschreiber, of Germany, during the fourth round of the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament, Monday, Sept. 1, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) NEW YORK (AP) — Playing mostly mistake-free tennis, top-seeded Novak Djokovic reached the quarterfinals at the U.S. Open for the eighth year in a row — and at a 22nd consecutive Grand Slam tournament overall.


2 killed, 2 wounded in gun battle near biker club

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Police say at least 40 rounds were fired during a gun battle outside a Birmingham, Alabama, motorcycle club that killed two people and wounded two others.

Flames destroys landmark dry cleaning business in Roxborough

Flames destroys landmark dry cleaning business in Roxborough A landmark dry cleaning business went up in flames early Monday in Philadelphia's Roxborough section.


Former Ivorian president's party headquarters sacked

A man is seen walking in a courtyard through a broken window at the Ivorian Popular Front headquarters in Abdijan on September 1, 2014 The headquarters of the party of former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo were sacked on Monday, injuring three people, a spokesperson said. Confidential documents, including financial registers, were stolen as a group of around 20 youths "literally trashed" Gbagbo's former officers, Frank Anderson Kouassi, spokesman for the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI), told AFP. An AFP photographer at the headquarters said rooms were littered with scattered documents, smashed computers and printers, broken glass and upturned furniture. The party of the former Ivorian president is torn over its participation in the new Independent Electoral Commission, which is responsible for organising next year's crunch presidential vote.


Man United completes $23m signing of Daley Blind

MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Manchester United completed the signing of versatile Netherlands international Daley Blind from Ajax on Monday for 14 million pounds ($23 million).

Gabon education minister resigns over exam row

Students check lists on October 8, 2007 at a high school in the capital Libreville during the opening of the school year Gabon's education minister has resigned due to a scandal after hundreds of students failed the country's high-school exams, local media reported on Monday. Prime Minister Daniel Ona Ondo "acknowledges the resignation of the Minister of Education and Technical Education, Leon Nzouba," said government spokeswoman Denise Mekamne. He was heavily criticised for his handling of a dispute involving 900 students who were deemed to have failed their high-school exams but who challenged their grades. The former minister was pictured in August on his knees in front of protesting students, an image that made the rounds on social media and sparked public ridicule for Nzouba.


Gabon education minister resigns over exam row

Students check lists on October 8, 2007 at a high school in the capital Libreville during the opening of the school year Gabon's education minister has resigned due to a scandal after hundreds of students failed the country's high-school exams, local media reported on Monday. Prime Minister Daniel Ona Ondo "acknowledges the resignation of the Minister of Education and Technical Education, Leon Nzouba," said government spokeswoman Denise Mekamne. He was heavily criticised for his handling of a dispute involving 900 students who were deemed to have failed their high-school exams but who challenged their grades. The former minister was pictured in August on his knees in front of protesting students, an image that made the rounds on social media and sparked public ridicule for Nzouba.


Afghan talks on unity government collapse; crisis deepens

Afghan election workers count ballot papers for audit of presidential run-off in Kabul By Hamid Shalizi and Sanjeev Miglani KABUL (Reuters) - Talks on a power-sharing deal between Afghanistan's rival presidential candidates have collapsed, a top leader said on Monday, rekindling fears of ethnic unrest over disputed election results. Secretary of State John Kerry, the runner-up in the vote was to name a "chief executive" in a national unity government conceived to keep the lid on political tensions. Abdullah Abdullah was runner-up in the official election results. Mohammad Mohaqeq, one of Abdullah's vice presidential running mates, told Reuters the two sides could not agree on the powers of the chief executive, accusing the camp of election winner Ashraf Ghani of hardening its position.


Investors look past Ukraine, focus on ECB

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World markets advanced on Monday despite the conflict in Ukraine, focusing on whether the European Central Bank will announce plans for economic stimulus when it meets this week. Ukraine reported its forces were under fire from Russian tanks again on Monday, as new signs emerged that the turmoil was damaging the European economy. Latin American stocks mostly rose, with Brazil's benchmark Bovespa index leading gains after an opinion poll showed declining re-election chances for President Dilma Rousseff, accused by investors of being excessively interventionist in the economy. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko accused Russia on Monday of "direct and undisguised aggression", after warning over the weekend of a possible "full-scale war." European Union leaders were drawing up new sanctions against Moscow.


No sign of life from missing Nicaragua miners

Relatives, friends and fellow miners wait as rescuers try to reach a group of miners trapped in a gold mine in the community of El Comal, near Bonanza in northeastern Nicaragua, on August 29, 2014 No one will rest," said Marcela Castillo of Nicaraguan mining firm Hemco, which is taking part in the four-day-old rescue effort. Rescuers have made 25 trips into the mine, where the unstable earth forces workers to "walk on tiptoe," local government representative Lumberto Campbell told TV station Canal 4. He said rescue workers would not give up until they reached the spot where the missing miners' colleagues said they were working when a landslide, triggered by heavy downpours, caused the mine to cave in on 30 people early Thursday. The mine shaft, in the remote village of El Comal, was abandoned more than 80 years ago by the foreign mining firms that operate in Nicaragua's gold-rich northeast.


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