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France says Turkish action against Syrian Kurds risks escalation
Turkey's military push against Kurds in northern Syria risks escalating the conflict, French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday, calling on all parties to stop fighting and return to peace talks. Hollande told an annual gathering of French ambassadors that almost a year after Russia intervened in support of Bashar al-Assad's government, "today it is Turkey that has made the choice to deploy its army on Syrian territory to defend itself against Daesh (Islamic State).

US stocks are mostly lower as investors wait for jobs report
US stocks are mostly lower as investors wait for jobs reportU.S. stocks were slightly lower in early trading Tuesday in what looks to be another quiet day as the summer comes to an end. Hershey plunged after the company walked away from a merger proposal, and Apple ...

Hundreds arrested during London's Notting Hill Carnival
A reveler takes part in the Monday parade, during the second and final day of the Notting Hill Carnival, in London, Monday Aug. 29, 2016. (Jonathan Brady/PA via AP)LONDON (AP) — London police arrested 454 people during the two-day Notting Hill Carnival as stabbings and drug offenses marred the Caribbean-inspired street party.

Suicide bomber hits Somalia presidential compound, 12 dead
Somali soldiers help a man, center, who was wounded by a blast near the presidential palace in the capital Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. A suicide bomber has detonated an explosives-laden truck near the gate of Somalia's presidential palace in the capital on Tuesday, killing at least five people, police say. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — A suicide bomber has detonated an explosives-laden truck near the gate of Somalia's presidential palace in the capital on Tuesday, killing at least 12 people, police say.

Spike Jonze debuts wild perfume ad starring Margaret Qualley
FILE - In this Jan. 6, 2016, file photo, Spike Jonze appears during the "Viceland" panel at the A+E 2016 Winter TCA in Pasadena, Calif. France's Kenzo perfume unveiled a four-minute advertisement directed by Jonze on Aug. 29, 2016, that stars actress Margaret Qualley wildly dancing around a fancy building. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)Director Spike Jonze has unveiled a wild four-minute perfume advertisement that stars actress Margaret Qualley.

Comey: FBI wants "adult conversation' on device encryption
FBI Director James Comey is again warning about the bureau's inability to access digital devices because of encryption. In a speech Tuesday, Comey said default encryption built into smartphones is "making ...

State funeral in Amatrice to honor 37 quake victims
Italian Army personnel carry a casket ahead of a state funeral for some of the victims of last Wednesday's earthquake, in Amatrice, central Italy, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. The service will take place on the edge of Amatrice's obliterated medieval town center on the grounds of a Catholic retreat. It comes as Italy observed a second day of national mourning, with flags on public buildings flying at half-staff. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)AMATRICE, Italy (AP) — Construction crews worked through the rain in Italy's earthquake zone to build a tent complex to host a state funeral Tuesday, as prosecutors took preliminary measures to sequester buildings that crumbled despite being renovated with public anti-seismic funds.

As refugee children die, Nigeria probes theft of food aid
A malnourished child is weigh on a scale at a clinic run by Doctors Without Borders in Maiduguri Nigeria, Monday Aug. 29, 2016. Children who escaped Boko Haram's Islamic insurgency now are dying of starvation in refugee camps in northeastern Nigeria's largest city as the government investigates the theft of food aid by officials. ( AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — Children who escaped Boko Haram's Islamic insurgency now are dying of starvation in refugee camps in northeastern Nigeria's largest city as the government investigates the theft of food aid by officials.

Skyscraper-filled Dubai burnishes arts scene with new opera
In this Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016 photo, a woman walks near the new Dubai Opera, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The city-state is opening the Dubai Opera on Wednesday night, in the shadow of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. The building resembles one of the many traditional wooden dhow shipping boats still plying the Dubai Creek. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Already filled with towering skyscrapers, Dubai will soon offer soaring arias inside a new opera house.

Gov. LePage wants to make amends, doesn't rule out resigning
FILE- In this June 7, 2016, file photo, Maine Gov. Paul LePage attends an opioid abuse conference in Boston. LePage is being accused again of making racially insensitive comments, this time by saying photos he's collected in a binder of drug dealers arrested in the state show more than 90 percent of them are black or Hispanic. The governor made the remark at a town hall in North Berwick, Maine, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Republican Gov. Paul LePage said Tuesday that he plans to meet with a Democratic lawmaker to try to make amends for leaving an obscene voicemail message and that he isn't ruling out resigning.

EU hits Apple with record 13 bn euro tax bill
The European Union has ordered Apple to pay a record 13 billion euros in back taxes in IrelandThe EU ordered tech giant Apple to pay a record 13 billion euros in back taxes in Ireland, a move Washington warned could damage hugely important transatlantic economic ties. Brussels said Apple, the world's most valuable company, avoided virtually all tax on its business in the bloc by illegal arrangements with Dublin which gave the company an unfair advantage over competitors. Apple and the Irish government immediately said they would appeal against the European Commission ruling, with the iPhone maker warning it could cost European jobs.

Brazil's Rousseff defends self ahead of Senate's ouster vote
A demonstrator waves a red banner next to a burning barricade during a protest against Brazil's acting President Michel Temer, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016. Suspended President Dilma Rousseff mounted a forceful defense at her impeachment trial Monday, blasting her critics ahead of a Senate vote that could come Tuesday on whether to remove her from office permanently. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — On what could prove to be her last day as Brazil's president, Dilma Rousseff mounted a forceful defense of her time leading Latin America's most populous nation, warning senators that ousting her would hurt a young democracy while defiantly promising to go down fighting in what many see as a losing battle.

UK, France stick to Calais migrant deal 'now and when' Britain leaves EU
French Interior Minister Cazeneuve welcomes Britain's Home Secretary Rudd before a meeting in ParisBritish and French interior ministers agreed on Tuesday to develop cooperation "now and when the United Kingdom leaves the EU" to address challenges posed by flows of migrants to the European Union. Britain's new interior minister, Amber Rudd, came to Paris to meet her French counterpart, seeking assurances on a deal which allows Britain to make border checks in Calais and keep thousands of would-be migrants and asylum seekers in France. The meeting came days after French presidential contender Nicolas Sarkozy said Britain should deal on its own territory with migrants camped in the northern town, joining similar calls by Alain Juppe, also a conservative presidential candidate.

Maine governor says may not finish term amid racism flap
Maine Governor Paul LePage speaks at the 23rd Annual Energy Trade and Technology Conference in Boston(Editor's note: This story contains language that may offend some readers in paragraph five) By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Combative Maine Governor Paul LePage said on Tuesday he would consider resigning as he faces a wave of criticism from both fellow Republicans and rival Democrats after leaving a lawmaker a profanity-filled voicemail last week. LePage's latest outburst came after a newspaper reporter told the two-term, Tea Party-backed governor that state Representative Drew Gattine had described the governor as racist for focusing on black people as bearing primary responsibility for the drug trade in the state. "I'm looking at all options," LePage said in a weekly interview on WVOM-FM radio when asked if he would finish his term.

Top Democrat urges FBI probe of allegations Russia seeking to influence U.S. vote
Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves after being introduced by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) during a rally at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 357, union hall in Las VegasSenate Democratic leader Harry Reid is calling on the FBI to conduct a quick and thorough investigation into concerns the Russian government is trying to undermine the U.S. presidential election, including by tampering with official election results. "The prospect of a hostile government actively seeking to undermine our free and fair elections represents one of the gravest threats to our democracy since the Cold War," Reid said in a letter to FBI Director James Comey. "It is critical for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to use every resource available to investigate this matter thoroughly and in a timely fashion," Reid added.

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