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Raul Castro: Cuba will ban naming of monuments after Fidel

2016-12-04T02:30:45Z

SANTIAGO, Cuba (AP) -- After a week of national mourning that reached near-religious peaks of adulation, Cuban President Raul Castro announced Saturday that his government would prohibit the naming of streets and monuments after his brother Fidel and bar the construction of statues of him in keeping with the former leader's desire to avoid a cult of personality....



Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil club

2016-12-03T21:35:51Z

CHAPECO, Brazil (AP) -- On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash....



AP INTERVIEW: Leader promises 'a new Gambia' after upset win

2016-12-03T17:59:09Z

YUNDUM, Gambia (AP) -- Gambia's newly elected president on Saturday vowed to free all political prisoners and urged exiles who fled the 22-year reign of Yahya Jammeh to return from abroad and help him reform the tiny West African country....



In remote Indian village, cannabis is its only livelihood

2016-12-04T03:34:39Z

MALANA, India (AP) -- For hundreds of years, the tiny village was just a speck lost amid the grandiose mountains of the Indian Himalayas....



Ruins of homes in Kirkuk a sign of divisions to come in Iraq

2016-12-03T07:39:15Z

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) -- All along the street, houses have been reduced to rubble in the central Iraqi city of Kirkuk. The work of Kurdish security forces retaliating against Sunni Arabs after a recent Islamic State group attack, residents say....



Buzz Aldrin: Altitude sickness forced South Pole evacuation

2016-12-04T02:31:29Z

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) -- Buzz Aldrin said he was evacuated from the South Pole last week because he became short of breath and began showing signs of altitude sickness....



Uzbekistan has first election since Soviet-era ruler's death

2016-12-04T01:07:10Z

MOSCOW (AP) -- Voters in Uzbekistan are casting ballots Sunday in the tightly controlled, ex-Soviet nation's first presidential election since the death of Islam Karimov, the authoritarian leader who ruled for 27 years....



Saudi king starts tour of Gulf Arab states with visit to UAE

2016-12-03T19:32:37Z

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Saudi Arabia's King Salman has arrived in the United Arab Emirates to begin a regional tour aimed at strengthening relations with four neighboring Gulf allies....



Syrian and allied troops advance in besieged Aleppo

2016-12-03T20:39:16Z

ALEPPO, Syria (AP) -- Syrian warplanes, artillery and mortar rounds pounded areas in eastern Aleppo on Saturday drawing rebel rockets, as government troops gain new ground in the shrinking opposition-held enclave....



Under dusty fog cover, IS strikes Iraqi forces near Mosul

2016-12-03T19:36:18Z

QABR AL-ABD, Iraq (AP) -- Under the cover of dust and fog, Islamic State group fighters launched a series of counterattacks on Iraqi positions to the south and west of the militant-held city of Mosul late Friday night and into Saturday morning, according to Iraqi military commanders and officials....