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Beach town's ban prompts battle over shave ice

In this July 21, 2014 photo, George Manko, second from left, and his son, George A. Manko, left, wait on customers at his concessions trailer in Westerly, R.I. Manko has been cited for defying the town's new ban on street vendors, which he said is prompted by town councilors who don't think street vendors fit the town's image. Town officials said the ban was prompted by safety concerns. A court will now decide. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott) WESTERLY, R.I. (AP) — A $3 cup of shave ice is at the center of a dispute in this beach town between street vendors trying to stay in business and town officials who say the vendors cause traffic congestion and increase the potential for accidents.


Porch shooter back in court as trial resumes

Theodore Wafer sits in court at his second-degree murder trial in Detroit on Wednesday July 23, 2014. Wafer isaccused of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Renisha McBride on the front-porch of his Dearborn Heights, Mich., home.(AP Photo/Detroit News, David Coates) DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT DETROIT (AP) — The trial of a Detroit-area man who killed a young unarmed woman on his porch has resumed.


Black boxes from Mali plane crash arrive in France

A French flag flies half-mast at the Elysee Palace in Paris on July 28, 2014. France on July 26 said flags on every public building would fly at half-mast for three days from July 28 to mourn the Air Algerie crash in Mali France came a step closer Monday to finding out why an Air Algerie plane smashed into the Mali desert last week as black boxes from the crash arrived in Paris. "I can confirm that the two flight records of the MD-83 (McDonnell Douglas 83) that crashed in Mali arrived this morning at the Bureau of Investigations and Analyses," a spokeswoman for the agency that probes air accidents told AFP. According to a source close to the case, who refused to be named, one of the black boxes -- devices that record flight data and conversations in the cockpit -- was badly damaged on the outside. Depending on their condition, it can take anywhere from several hours to several days or weeks to get raw data from the black boxes.


Defense: US suppressed evidence in Blackwater

This image obtained by the Associated Press, defendants' Trial Exhibit DX2414, shows eight spent shell casings from the scene of the shootings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad in 2007. The image has turned up at a crucial point in the trial of four Blackwater security guards. Lawyers for Blackwater security guards accused the government on Monday of suppressing evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad. The attorneys say the suppressed evidence consists of photographs of eight spent shell casings that would fit an AK-47 — the weapon of choice used by insurgents as well as Iraqi authorities.(AP Photo) WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers for Blackwater security guards argued Monday that the government has suppressed evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad.


Defense: US suppressed evidence in Blackwater

This image obtained by the Associated Press, defendants' Trial Exhibit DX2414, shows eight spent shell casings from the scene of the shootings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad in 2007. The image has turned up at a crucial point in the trial of four Blackwater security guards. Lawyers for Blackwater security guards accused the government on Monday of suppressing evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad. The attorneys say the suppressed evidence consists of photographs of eight spent shell casings that would fit an AK-47 — the weapon of choice used by insurgents as well as Iraqi authorities.(AP Photo) WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers for Blackwater security guards argued Monday that the government has suppressed evidence favorable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad.


Virgin America files for IPO

NEW YORK (AP) — Virgin America's next destination is Wall Street.

Virgin America files for IPO

NEW YORK (AP) — Virgin America's next destination is Wall Street.

Argentina sending team to New York for last-minute debt talks

Argentina's Finance Secretary Pablo Lopez arrives for debt negotiation talks with court-appointed mediator Daniel Pollack in New York By Richard Lough BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina will send a negotiating team to New York on Monday for further talks with a U.S. court-appointed mediator in a debt dispute with 'holdout' investors, cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich said, with just three days to go to avert a default. If the deadlock persists, U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa will prevent Argentina from making a July 30 deadline for a coupon payment on exchanged bonds, triggering a new default. Argentina wants a stay of Griesa's 2012 ruling ordering the Buenos Aires government to pay the holdouts. For this reason Argentina wants a stay," Capitanich told reporters.


Lloyds bank settles with US, UK over market fixing

LONDON (AP) — Lloyds Banking Group says it will pay 218 million pounds ($400 million) to U.S. and British authorities to settle allegations it manipulated benchmark interest rates.

Lloyds bank settles with US, UK over market fixing

LONDON (AP) — Lloyds Banking Group says it will pay 218 million pounds ($400 million) to U.S. and British authorities to settle allegations it manipulated benchmark interest rates.

NYC mayor moves into historic Gracie Mansion

NEW YORK (AP) — A historic New York City mansion is once again filled with the sounds of family activities.

India has 4th shooting gold at Commonwealth Games

India's gold medallist Rahi Sarnobatat, right, and silver medallist Anisa Sayyed pose for photographers following the 25m Pistol Women event at the Barry Buddon Shooting Centre in Carnoustie, Scotland, during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Sunday July 27, 2014. (AP Photo/PA, Gareth Fuller) GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — India won its fourth shooting gold medal of the Commonwealth Games when Jitu Rai won the 50-meter pistol event Monday.


US data sweep 'harms press, democratic rights'

Ex-US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden speaks to European officials in Strasbourg, eastern France, via videoconference on June 24, 2014 Large-scale surveillance by the US government has begun to have an impact on press freedom and broader democratic rights, a study released Monday said. The report by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch found that the vast surveillance efforts aimed at thwarting terrorist attacks have undermined press freedom, the public's right to information as well as rights to legal counsel. "The work of journalists and lawyers is central to our democracy," said report author Alex Sinha. The report is based on interviews with 92 people in the United States, including journalists, lawyers, and current and former US government officials.


Oil depot ablaze amid clashes in Libyan capital

In this Saturday, July 26, 2014 frame grab from video obtained from a freelance journalist traveling with the Misarata brigade, shows an airplane on the tarmac of the airport belching black smoke into the air during fighting between the Islamist Misarata brigade and a powerful rival militia, in Tripoli, Libya. The battle for control of Tripoli's international airport began two weeks ago when Islamist-led militias - mostly from the western city of Misrata - launched a surprise assault on the airport, under control of rival militias from the western mountain town of Zintan. Heavy clashes in the country’s restive east between Libyan soldiers loyal to a renegade general and Islamist-led militias killed dozens of people including civilians, health officials said Sunday. On Saturday, the U.S. evacuated its diplomats in Tripoli to neighboring Tunisia and shut its embassy. (AP Photo/AP video) CAIRO (AP) — A fire at the oil depot for the airport in Libya's capital raged out of control Monday after being struck in the crossfire of warring militias battling for control of the airfield, the latest violence to plague the country as foreigners flee the chaos.


Female suicide bomber kills three in Nigeria's Kano

File picture shows a resident inside the premises of partially burnt police station in the Sheka neighbourhood of the northern Nigerian city of Kano on January 25, 2012 A female suicide bomber killed three people and injured seven others on Monday in Nigeria's Kano city, after weekend violence blamed on Boko Haram forced authorities to cancel festivities marking a major Muslim holiday. The attacker with explosives concealed under her clothes targeted women who had lined up to buy kerosene at a petrol station in the Hotoro area on the outskirts of Kano, Nigeria's second largest city. The queue was long, said area vendor Habibu Ali, because the widely-used cooking gas is often in short supply and when a new shipment comes in women typically rush to their local vendor. Kano police spokesman Musa Magaji Majia told AFP 10 victims were rushed to the hospital after the blast that went off at roughly 10:30 am (0930 GMT) and that three had died.


Female suicide bomber kills three in Nigeria's Kano

File picture shows a resident inside the premises of partially burnt police station in the Sheka neighbourhood of the northern Nigerian city of Kano on January 25, 2012 A female suicide bomber killed three people and injured seven others on Monday in Nigeria's Kano city, after weekend violence blamed on Boko Haram forced authorities to cancel festivities marking a major Muslim holiday. The attacker with explosives concealed under her clothes targeted women who had lined up to buy kerosene at a petrol station in the Hotoro area on the outskirts of Kano, Nigeria's second largest city. The queue was long, said area vendor Habibu Ali, because the widely-used cooking gas is often in short supply and when a new shipment comes in women typically rush to their local vendor. Kano police spokesman Musa Magaji Majia told AFP 10 victims were rushed to the hospital after the blast that went off at roughly 10:30 am (0930 GMT) and that three had died.


WWI: Austria displays declaration of war on Serbia

VIENNA (AP) — Austrian and Serbian diplomats marked the 100th anniversary of Austria's declaration of war on Serbia — which ultimately led to the outbreak of World War I — by attending an exhibition Monday that displays the historic document.

Ukraine wrests control of part of MH17 crash site from rebels

A man inspects the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 near the Ukrainian village of Hrabove (Grabove), on July 26, 2014 The Ukrainian army has seized control of part of the vast crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in the east of the country, pro-Russia rebels said on Monday. "The Ukrainians have taken over a part of the crash site," said Vladimir Antyufeev, self-styled first deputy prime minister of the "Donetsk People's Republic". Ukraine's military said its troops are battling separatist fighters for control of a string of towns around the impact site and had "entered" the town of Shakhtarsk, some 10 kilometres (six miles) from the scene. The rebels, accused by Ukraine and its Western allies of shooting down MH17 on July 17, have kept a close guard over the crash site as international anger has grown over possible evidence tampering.


Ukraine wrests control of part of MH17 crash site from rebels

A man inspects the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 near the Ukrainian village of Hrabove (Grabove), on July 26, 2014 The Ukrainian army has seized control of part of the vast crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in the east of the country, pro-Russia rebels said on Monday. "The Ukrainians have taken over a part of the crash site," said Vladimir Antyufeev, self-styled first deputy prime minister of the "Donetsk People's Republic". Ukraine's military said its troops are battling separatist fighters for control of a string of towns around the impact site and had "entered" the town of Shakhtarsk, some 10 kilometres (six miles) from the scene. The rebels, accused by Ukraine and its Western allies of shooting down MH17 on July 17, have kept a close guard over the crash site as international anger has grown over possible evidence tampering.


Ukraine claims more territory as fight intensifies with rebels

Armed pro-Russian separatists stand guard on the suburbs of Shakhtarsk By Gabriela Baczynska and Aleksandar Vasovic KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukraine said its troops had taken more territory from pro-Russian rebels near the site where Malaysian flight MH17 was brought down, as international investigators said fighting was preventing them reaching the crash location. Ukrainian officials said two rebel-held towns had been recaptured and attempts were being made to take a village Kiev says was near the launch site of the surface-to-air missile that shot down the airliner with loss of all 298 on board. Analysis of black box flight recorders from the airliner showed it was destroyed by shrapnel from a missile blast which caused a "massive explosive decompression", a Ukrainian official said on Monday. In a report on three months of fighting between government forces and separatist rebels who have set up pro-Russian "republics" in the east, the United Nations said more than 1,100 people had been killed.


German government and industry lobby support tougher sanctions on Russia

By Annika Breidthardt BERLIN (Reuters) - The downing of a Malaysian plane over an area of eastern Ukraine controlled by separatists has made tougher sanctions against Moscow necessary, the German government said on Monday, a position backed by the main business lobby. The EU has frozen assets and banned travel for some Russian officials, after Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea region and began supporting separatists fighting Kiev's forces in eastern Ukraine. "After the crash of the passenger plane MH17, a completely new situation came about which makes further measures necessary," government spokeswoman Christiane Wirtz said at a news conference on Monday.

Moscow questions U.S. allegations Russia shelling Ukraine

The Russian Defence Ministry on Monday cast doubt on pictures that Washington said showed Russia had recently shelled Ukrainian military positions. The United States has accused Russia of instigating the conflict in eastern Ukraine where pro-Moscow separatists are fighting central government forces. Russia has denied any involvement in the conflict. On Sunday, the U.S. State Department released images it said showed Russian forces had fired across the border at the Ukrainian military.

Liberia president orders new anti-Ebola measures

In this photo taken on Sunday, July 27, 2014, Medical personnel inside a clinic taking care of Ebola patients in the Kenema District on the outskirts of Kenema, Sierra Leone. Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has closed some border crossings and ordered strict quarantines of communities affected by the Ebola outbreak. The announcement late Sunday came a day after Sirleaf formed a new taskforce charged with containing the disease, which has killed 129 people in the country and more than 670 across the region.(AP Photo/ Youssouf Bah) MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberia's president has closed all but three land border crossings, restricted public gatherings and quarantined communities heavily affected by the Ebola outbreak in the West African nation.


Wall Street little changed with S&P 500 near record

A trader watches his screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were little changed on Monday as investors looked ahead to the latest economic data and corporate earnings to give direction to a market near record levels. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 18.43 points, or 0.11 percent, to 16,942.14, the S&P 500 lost 1.31 points, or 0.07 percent, to 1,977.03 and the Nasdaq Composite added 0.30 points, or 0.01 percent, to 4,449.86. (Reporting by Angela Moon; Editing by Bernadette Baum)


Report says surveillance is hampering journalists

NEW YORK (AP) — Revelations over the past few years about how U.S. security officials have the ability to track people through phone, email and other electronic records are making it harder for journalists to report on what the government is doing, two human rights groups say.

France offers asylum to Mosul's Christians

France said on Monday it was ready to welcome Christians from northern Iraq who have been told by the al Qaeda offshoot group now ruling the region to either covert to Islam, pay a religious levy or face death. Islamic State insurgents seized large swathes of northern Iraq last month, prompting hundreds of Christian families in Mosul to flee a city which has hosted the faith since its earliest years. "We are providing aid to displaced people fleeing from the threats of Islamic Sate and who have sought refuge in Kurdistan. We are ready, if they wish, to facilitate their asylum on our soil," France's foreign and interior ministers said in a joint statement.

Report says surveillance hampering journalists

NEW YORK (AP) — Two human rights groups say the staggering amount of personal information available to government security officials has restricted the flow of information to journalists.

Top Asian News at 1:30 p.m. GMT

BEIJING (AP) — Hundreds of police took down a church's cross Monday in a city known as "China's Jerusalem" for its many houses of worship amid a crackdown on church buildings in a coastal region where thousands of people are embracing Christianity. Evangelist Qu Linuo said he and about 200 others had rushed to the Longgang Huai En Church in the eastern city of Wenzhou to protect the building but peacefully made way for the police, who used a crane to remove the 3-meter-tall (10-foot-tall) red cross from its steeple.

Philippine leader: Not even a bomb can stop reform

Philippine President Benigno Aquino III pauses as he delivers his 5th State of the Nation Address during the joint session of the 16th Congress at the House of Representatives in suburban Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines on Monday July 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila) MANILA, Philippines (AP) — An emotional Philippine President Benigno Aquino III called his opponents desperate Monday and expressed confidence that many people will carry on his reforms even if he was stopped by a bomb.


US slams release of Venezuelan ex-intel chief

A picture released by the Venezuelan Presidential Press Office shows Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (R) and retired Major General Hugo Carvajal (R) in Caracas on July 27, 2014 The United States said Monday it was "deeply disappointed" after Aruba released a former Venezuelan military chief wanted in the US for drug trafficking charges. A State Department spokesperson said Washington had made a "legitimate request" for the arrest of retired major general Hugo Carvajal in line with its extradition treaty with Aruba and the Netherlands and was "disturbed by credible reports" that the Venezuelan government had threatened both territories to win Carvajal's release. "This is not the way law enforcement matters should be handled," the spokesperson said in a statement, asking not to be identified.


South Africa win Sri Lanka test series 1-0

South African batsman Quinton de Kock, right, looks back after playing a shot as Sri Lanka's Kaushal Silva attempts to stop the ball during the fifth day of the second test cricket match between South Africa and Sri Lanka in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Monday, July 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Sanka Gayashan) COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — South Africa frustrated Sri Lanka's spin attack with a defensive batting strategy to earn a draw in the second test on Monday and win the two-match series, 1-0.


Lloyds bank fined £218m over Libor rigging

Lloyds Banking Group said it condemned the actions of those reponsible for rates-rigging Britain's Lloyds Banking Group is to pay £218 million ($370 million, 276 million euros) in fines to British and US regulators for attempting to rig inter-bank lending rates, the bank said Monday. "LBG announces that it has reached settlements totalling £218 million to resolve with UK and US federal authorities legacy issues regarding the manipulation several years ago of group companies' submissions to the British Bankers' Association (BBA) London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and Sterling Repo Rate," it said in a brief statement. The Libor scandal erupted two years ago when British bank Barclays was fined £290 million by British and US regulators for attempted manipulation of Libor and Euribor interbank rates between 2005 and 2009.


2 questioned in search for Philly carjackers

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Investigators are talking to two people in the search for two carjackers who rammed a stolen sport utility vehicle into a family in north Philadelphia, killing three children.

Gaza fighting abates as diplomatic tension flares

By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Maayan Lubell GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel eased its offensive in the Gaza Strip and Palestinian rocket fire from the enclave declined sharply on Monday, with both the United States and United Nations calling for a durable ceasefire. As international pressure mounted to end a 21-day conflict in which more than 1,000 people have been killed, an Israeli military official said the army would only respond to attacks for an indefinite period. "The situation now is an unlimited truce," Israel's chief military spokesman, Brigadier General Motti Almoz, told Israel Radio. "The IDF (Israeli Defence Forces) is free to attack after any fire if there is any." The Islamist Hamas movement which controls the Gaza Strip said on Sunday it wanted a 24-hour truce to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, which started on Monday.

Lull in Gaza fighting as US, UN up pressure for truce

Palestinian medics carry the body of Jalila Ayyad, a Christian woman found under the rubble of her home, after an Israeli airstike in Gaza City on July 27, 2014 Fighting subsided in war-torn Gaza Monday at the start of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr as world powers ramped up pressure on the warring sides to immediately end their 21-day confrontation. Following increasingly urgent calls by the UN and the US for an "immediate ceasefire," a senior source in the West Bank said Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas was heading to Cairo along with representatives of Hamas for fresh talks on ending the violence in Gaza. "Abbas is forming a Palestinian delegation including Hamas and Islamic Jihad representatives to meet Egyptian leaders and discuss a halt to Israel's aggression against Gaza," the source told AFP, without saying when the talks would take place. Earlier US President Barack Obama phoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to demand an "immediate, unconditional humanitarian ceasefire", in a call echoed several hours later by the UN Security Council.


Lull in Gaza fighting as US, UN up pressure for truce

Fighting subsided in war-torn Gaza Monday at the start of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr as world powers ramped up pressure on the warring sides to immediately end their 21-day confrontation. Following increasingly urgent calls by the UN and the US for an "immediate ceasefire," a senior source in the West Bank said Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas was heading to Cairo along with representatives of Hamas for fresh talks on ending the violence in Gaza. "Abbas is forming a Palestinian delegation including Hamas and Islamic Jihad representatives to meet Egyptian leaders and discuss a halt to Israel's aggression against Gaza," the source told AFP, without saying when the talks would take place. Earlier US President Barack Obama phoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to demand an "immediate, unconditional humanitarian ceasefire", in a call echoed several hours later by the UN Security Council.

Georgian prosecutors charge ex-president Saakashvili

Former Georgian president Saakashvili addresses members of a Batkivshchyna party during a meeting in central Kiev By Margarita Antidze TBILISI (Reuters) - The prosecutor's office in Georgia has filed criminal charges against former President Mikhail Saakashvili in what the opposition says is a political witch-hunt by the ex-Soviet republic's new leaders. Dozens of former officials, including a former prime minister, have been arrested on charges such as abuse of power and corruption since Saakashvili's party lost an election two years ago. Saakashvili was charged with exceeding his authority but left the South Caucasus country of 4.5 million after his second presidency ended last November. Saakashvili, 46, had failed to appear at the prosecutor's office on Monday after being summoned for questioning for the second time in four months.


Female suicide bomber kills several in Nigeria

KANO, Nigeria (AP) — Witnesses say a woman blew herself up at a petrol station in northern Nigeria, killing at least three people.

Teens helped each other escape sinking Korean ship

A survivor student from the sunken ferry Sewol in the water off the southern coast arrives to testify in the trial of the 15 crew members as police officers stand guard outside of the Ansan branch of Suwon District Court in Ansan, South Korea, Monday, July 28, 2014. South Korean students who survived April's deadly ferry disaster say they were repeatedly ordered by loudspeaker to stay in the sinking ship but eventually helped each other flee after their cabins were flooded too much. (AP Photo/Shin Young-keun, Yonhap) KOREA OUT ANSAN, South Korea (AP) — Students who survived the South Korean ferry disaster testified Monday they were repeatedly ordered by loudspeaker to stay in the sinking ship but eventually helped each other flee after their cabins were flooded too much.


Italy opens theme park in tribute to film industry

In this July 10, 2014 photo, journalists gather in front of a gigantic elephant statue part of the adventurous family ride "Erawan - The lost Temple", a 54 meter drop tower, as they visit the Cinecitta World theme park in the outskirts of Rome. Cinecitta World is a theme park, inspired to the Cinecitta film studios in Rome. Academy Award winning art director Dante Ferretti designed the attractions at the 500 million Euros (680 million US dollars) park that opened to the public on July 24. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis) ROME (AP) — A new amusement park outside Rome celebrates the world of cinema, taking visitors back to the golden age of Italian film production when the Rome-based Cinecitta Studios — still in operation — were known as "Hollywood on the Tiber."


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