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US website: NKorea may be building new missile submarine
WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.S. website that monitors North Korea's weapons development says the isolated nation may be building a new submarine for launching missiles.

UN rights forum sets up inquiry into grave crimes in Burundi
A protester sets up a barricade during a protest against Burundi President Nkurunziza in BujumburaThe top U.N. human rights forum agreed on Friday to set up a commission of inquiry to identify perpetrators of alleged international crimes in Burundi, including killings and torture, and ensure that they are brought to justice. The 47-member state forum adopted a resolution submitted by the European Union by a vote of 19 states in favour and 7 against with 21 abstentions. Burundi's delegation took the floor after the vote to reject the resolution as containing "a lot of lies" about the situation in the central African country which it said had stabilised.

N Carolina senator: Judge will release video if mayor won't
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A top North Carolina legislator is warning that a judge likely will force Charlotte's mayor to release all videos chronicling an officer's fatal shooting of a black man last week unless she makes them public before a new law takes effect Saturday.

13K people text woman, not C-SPAN, about presidential debate
STAFFORD, Va. (AP) — A Virginia woman says she received more than 13,000 text messages and 600 calls after C-SPAN accidentally plastered her number on TV during the presidential debate.

Short on donations, Romania faces deadline to buy Brancusi
FILE - This is a Wednesday, June 15, 2016 file photo of the "Wisdom of the Earth" sculpture by Constantin Brancusi, as it is displayed at the National Bank of Romania in Bucharest, Romania. Romania's culture minister Corina Suteu said Friday Sept. 30, 2016 that the public as donated 1.163 million euros ($1.30 million) to buy the nationally treasured work by sculptor Constantin Brancusi, much less than needed. Corina Suteu thanked the 100,000 donators Friday, adding the government had one month left to buy the sculpture and she will shortly present plans to raise the deficit. Dating to 1907 or 1908, "Wisdom of the Earth" is one of just a few Brancusi works remaining in his homeland.   (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romania's culture minister says the public has donated much less than needed to buy a nationally treasured work by sculptor Constantin Brancusi.

Europe's comet probe Rosetta ends 12-year mission with crash
The artist impression provided on the website of the European Space Agency ESA on Sept. 29, 2016 shows ESA's Rosetta cometary probe. The spacecraft will be crash landed on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Sept. 30, 2016. (J. Huart/ESA via AP)BERLIN (AP) — After 12 years of hurtling through space in pursuit of a comet, the Rosetta probe ended its mission Friday with a slow-motion crash onto the icy surface of the alien world it was sent out to study.

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Spieth predicts victory while McIlroy eyes key win at Ryder Cup
Team USA's Dustin Johnson (L) and Jordan Spieth during a Ryder Cup practice roundJordan Spieth predicted victory alongside Patrick Reed over Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson in Friday's opening Ryder Cup match while Rory McIlroy said a win would carry extra importance. The 41st biennial US-Europe team golf showdown begins Friday at Hazeltine with four morning alternate shot foursomes matches, with Spieth and Reed out first for the Americans. "We believe in ourselves and we will go out there and get our job done and put a point on the board for the United States," Spieth said.

Athletics: European athletics expects big viewer boost for 2018 event
By Karolos Grohmann BERLIN (Reuters) - The sport of athletics will witness a 20 percent rise in television viewing figures at the first multi-sports European Championships in 2018, the continent's athletics chief Svein Arne Hansen said on Friday. The new European Championships will combine the separate continental championships of seven sports into one event, hoping to become the top multi-sports competition in Europe ahead of the struggling European Games. For athletics we expect 20 percent more viewers (than at the traditional single-sport European athletics championships)," Hansen, European athletics association president, told Reuters in an interview.

Pressure on US to end Ryder Cup drought
The US team stand on stage during the 2016 Ryder Cup Opening Ceremony at Hazeltine National Golf Club on September 29, 2016 in Chaska, MinnesotaA veteran US team is seeking to finally end its misery and reclaim the Ryder Cup while a talented but largely untested European outfit hopes to wreak havoc in the American heartland. The anticipation is building for the 41st Ryder Cup which tees off Friday morning with alternate shot foursomes followed by afternoon four-ball matches. "Any time I can wear red, white and blue, it means everything," American Patrick Reed said on Thursday.

Hot Ryder Cup start for U.S. on chilly morning
PGA: Ryder CupBy Mark Lamport-Stokes CHASKA, Minnesota (Reuters) - England's Justin Rose struck the first shot of the 41st Ryder Cup on a chilly Friday, finding the fairway off the tee at the par-four opening hole to launch the morning's foursomes matches before the U.S. took early control. Olympic champion Rose partnered British Open winner Henrik Stenson for holders Europe in the alternate-shot format while Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed led off for the United States in a mouth-watering matchup for the first of four encounters. Rose, Stenson and Spieth were all dressed warmly in the crisp, overcast conditions but the burly Reed was in short sleeves when he teed off first for the U.S. and split the fairway.

Rose seeks rule change to open door to Hall of Fame
MLB: Cincinnati Reds-Press Conference(Reuters) - Lawyers for Pete Rose have sent a letter to the Baseball Hall of Fame seeking a rule amendment that would clear the way for Major League Baseball's all-time hits leader to be considered for induction into the shrine. Jon Shestakofsky, spokesman for the National Baseball Hall of Fame located in Cooperstown, New York confirmed to Reuters that Hall president Jeff Idelson had received a letter from Rose's attorneys on Thursday but was out of the office and has not yet seen it. Rose has been ineligible for Hall of Fame consideration since being banned in 1989 for allegedly gambling on games while playing for and managing the Cincinnati Reds.

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