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Defense ministers discuss defusing South China Sea incidents
Singapore’s Dr. Ng Eng Hen, Minister for Defense, speaks at a press conference at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016 in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — Countries need to look for practical ways to defuse incidents in the South China Sea, where China is pitted against smaller neighbors in multiple disputes over islands, Singapore's defense minister said.

Production at Nigeria's Warri refinery unaffected by nearby explosion -union
By Tife Owolabi YENAGOA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Crude oil production at Nigeria's Warri refinery in the country's restive Niger Delta region has not been affected by an explosion heard near the site, the country's oil labour union said on Friday. The explosion heard by locals late on Thursday follows a series of attacks on oil and gas facilities in the Niger Delta by militants that have cut the OPEC member's crude oil production by about a third. For now no production is affected," said Cogent Ojobor, zonal chairman of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG).

LEADING OFF: Colon, Mets aim for playoffs, AL chase tightens
New York Mets' Jeurys Familia (27), James Loney (28), Yoenis Cespedes (52), Juan Lagares (12), Jose Reyes (7) and Asdrubal Cabrera (13) celebrate after the Mets defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-1 in a baseball game Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)A look at what's happening around the majors today:

Mormons gather in Utah to hear guidance from leaders
FILE - In this April 2, 2016, file photo, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs during the opening session of the two-day Mormon church conference in Salt Lake City. Mormons gather for a twice-yearly conference to hear spiritual guidance from top leaders during a testy presidential election and as society grapples with issues of race and sexuality. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mormons are gathering in Salt Lake City to listen to speeches from church leaders at a twice-yearly conference.

Liberia passes law to create seats in parliament for women
Liberia's President Johnson-Sirleaf waits to address the 71st United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan, New YorkBy Kieran Guilbert DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Women's rights activists in Liberia on Friday welcomed a new law creating parliamentary seats reserved for women, young people and people with disabilities, in a country where women are poorly represented in politics despite having a female leader. Liberia's House of Representatives on Thursday passed the Equal Representation and Participation Bill, creating five seats for female politicians, one for youths and one for people with disabilities in the nation's lower house of parliament, according to the United Nations agency U.N. Women. "The long-awaited passage of this bill is great news for women in Liberia," said Mary Wandia, programme manager at the rights group Equality Now.

Police killing shakes diverse San Diego suburb
Police killing shakes diverse San Diego suburbThe family of an unarmed black man fatally shot by police is like thousands who have transformed the suburban San Diego city of El Cajon: Refugees from a strife-torn country. The family of 38-year-old ...

Spain's crisis-hit Socialists face leadership showdown
Spain's Socialist Party (PSOE) leader Pedro Sanchez speaks during a press conferences following the party's federal executive meeting at the PSOE Headquarter in Madrid on September 5, 2016Spain's crisis-hit Socialists are gathering for a key meeting on Saturday that may help end the country's prolonged political deadlock and decide the fate of embattled party leader Pedro Sanchez. The roughly 300 members of the party's federal committee -- its de-facto parliament -- have been summoned to the Socialist headquarters in Madrid for a showdown between allies of Sanchez and opponents who want him out. The outcome could see the party lift its veto on a new government led by acting conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, a move that could be key to unblocking Spain's nine-month political paralysis.

Bumgarner pitches, hits as Giants win; Pagan body-slams fan
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner delivers against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the first inning of a baseball game, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/D. Ross Cameron)SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Madison Bumgarner wants another even-year World Series championship. That's what drives him, not the milestones and accolades he piles up along the way.

Mauritanian leader, seen eyeing 3rd term, says only voters can change law
Mauritania's President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz meets with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the Great Hall of the People in BeijingBy Kissima Diagana NOUAKCHOTT (Reuters) - Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz has said any change to the Saharan nation's constitution must go to a referendum, after opposition leaders reacted angrily to a plea by his justice minister that he be allowed to run for a third term. Abdel Aziz made the declaration late on Thursday at the opening of an "inclusive national dialogue" at which delegates from the government, opposition and civil society are to discuss possible changes to the constitution. "The proposals and recommendations that require constitutional amendments will be submitted to popular plebiscite via a referendum," said Abdel Aziz, an important Western ally in the fight against al Qaeda-linked Islamists in the Sahara.

Trump's habit of fuming over slights comes at political cost
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in Novi, Mich. (AP Photo/John Locher)NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump's five-day feud with a former beauty queen is only the latest example of his insistence on airing and re-airing his grievances no matter the political cost.

California toughens rape laws after infamous Stanford case
Brock Turner -- the former Stanford University student -- served just three months of his six-month sentence for raping an intoxicated and unconscious womanCalifornia's governor has signed a measure mandating prison time for people who rape unconscious or intoxicated victims, the fallout in the case of an ex-Stanford student athlete that sparked widespread outrage. Governor Jerry Brown signed the legislation Friday, just weeks after 21-year-old Brock Turner, formerly on the Stanford swim team, was released from jail. Turner served just three months of his six-month sentence for raping an intoxicated and unconscious 22-year-old woman behind a dumpster at a fraternity house.

Sharks: feared predator in need of protection
Sharks may elicit less sympathy than elephants or rhinos, but experts say the feared predators are under fierce pressure from unmanaged commercial fishingSharks may elicit less sympathy than elephants or rhinos, but experts say the feared predators are under increasing pressure from unmanaged commercial fishing and desperately in need of further protection. Unregulated fishing and international trade in shark products for human consumption have led to a precipitous drop in numbers. Sharks are slow-growing and slow to reproduce, and the market for their body parts -- especially fins and gill plates -- are driving overfishing.

California opens pathway for cars that lack steering wheel
California regulators have changed course and opened a pathway for the public to get self-driving cars of the future that lack a steering wheel or pedals.

Memorable moments in the history of Turner Field
ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, OCT. 1 - In this July 19, 1996, file photo, American swimmer Janet Evans , right, looks on as Muhammad Ali lights the Olympic flame during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games opening ceremony in Atlanta. Turner Field began its brief life as the main stadium for the 1996 Summer Olympics. After just two decades as the home of the Atlanta Braves, it's headed for another transformation. The Braves are moving to the suburbs next season, leaving the Ted to Georgia State University. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, File)On Sunday, the Braves will play their last game at Turner Field and the stadium will move on to its next chapter, likely as a college football field. Since it opened for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, it's been the site of many memorable moments:

Police release videos of officer shooting California man
A photo of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police Tuesday, is seen at a makeshift memorial at the parking lot where he was shot in El Cajon, CaliforniaBy Patrick Fallon EL CAJON, Calif. (Reuters) - Authorities on Friday released two videos of police shooting an unarmed black man dead in El Cajon, California, but the grainy footage, much of it without sound, was not likely to pacify community outrage over the incident. Police and prosecutors said an investigation was still under way into the fatal shooting on Tuesday of Ugandan-born Alfred Olango, 38, and that no decision had been made on whether to criminally charge the officers involved. "This is as difficult a situation as any law enforcement officer will ever encounter and it's one we never seek," El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis told a news conference.

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