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In this Friday July 28, 2017 photo,  police search  a refugee shelter in Hamburg, Germany,  in connection with a stabbing attack in a supermarket. A man armed with a kitchen knife fatally stabbed one person at a supermarket Friday in the northern German city of Hamburg and six others were injured as he fled, police said. He was overpowered and arrested. (Bodo Marks/dpa via AP)
Hamburg stabbing suspect known as radical, mentally unstableOfficials say a Palestinian man who fatally stabbed one person and wounded six others in Hamburg was known to authorities as a suspected Islamic radical but also was psychologically unstable
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An activist holds a copy of the Cumhuriyet paper outside the court in Istanbul, Friday, July 28, 2017, protesting against the trial of journalists and staff from the newspaper, staunchly opposed to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who are accused of aiding terror organisations. The court was expected to decide whether the suspects should be released from jail pending the trial's outcome. The headline reads: " Freedom." (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
7 staff members of opposition newspaper leave Turkish jailA Turkish court released from jail seven staff members of an opposition newspaper pending the outcome of their trial on charges of allegedly aiding terror organizations.
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Iran says US Navy fires warning shots near its vesselsIran's state news agency is reporting that a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier has fired a warning shot in an "unprofessional" confrontation with Iranian vessels
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Spokesman: Palestinian leader in hospital for routine testsPalestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' spokesman says the 82-year-old leader has been hospitalized for a routine checkup and will be discharged in a matter of hours
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A man holds a special edition of a morning newspaper displaying the deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at a news stall in Islamabad, Pakistan, Saturday, July 29, 2017. A top leader from the ruling party of deposed Prime Minister Sharif says a meeting of the party's lawmakers has been convened to consider who will be the country's next premier. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)
Pakistan ruling party meets to consider PM successorThe ruling party of deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will choose his successor a day after Pakistan's Supreme Court removed the premier from office
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Pyotr Levashov, the Russian hacker arrested on April 7 in Barcelona, speaks during a hearing to consider his extradition to the United States, at the National Court in Madrid, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Levashov’s arrest was the latest in a series of American-initiated operations over the past year to seize alleged Russian cybercriminals outside their homeland, which has no extradition agreement with the United States. American-led operations have so far seized four Russian hackers outside their homeland over the past nine months. They come at a fraught moment in relations between Moscow and Washington, where politicians are grappling with the allegation that a Kremlin hacking campaign helped Donald Trump win the presidency. (Luca Piergiovanni/Pool Photo via AP)
Alleged Russian hacker's arrest caps long cybercrime careerFrom the early days of online stock scams to the increasingly sophisticated world of botnets, pseudonymous hacker Peter Severa spent nearly two decades at the forefront of Russian cybercrime
The Associated Press2 hours ago
This Friday, July 28, 2017, photo distributed by the North Korean government on Saturday, July 29, 2017, shows what was said to be the launch of a Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missile at an undisclosed location in North Korea. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Saturday the second flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile demonstrated his country can hit the U.S. mainland, hours after the launch left analysts concluding that a wide swath of the United States, including Los Angeles and Chicago, is now in range of North Korean weapons. Independent journalists were not given access to cover the event depicted in this image distributed by the Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Service.  (Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP)
The Latest: Seoul, Washington to talk over missile limitsThe Latest: South Korea says it plans to hold talks with the United States on increasing the warhead limit for South Korean missiles
The Associated Press4 hours ago
In this photo provided by South Korea Defense Ministry, South Korea's Hyunmoo II Missile system fires missiles during the combined military exercise between the U.S. and South Korea against North Korea at an undisclosed location in South Korea, Saturday, July 29, 2017. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Saturday the second flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile demonstrated his country can hit the U.S. mainland, hours after the launch left analysts concluding that a wide swath of the United States, including Los Angeles and Chicago, is now in range of North Korean weapons. (South Korea Defense Ministry via AP)
North Korean ICBM launches dim South's hopes for talksNorth Korea's rapidly accelerating nuclear weapons program is beginning to pose a grave challenge for liberal South Korean President Moon Jae-in, whose dovish proposals for engagement have been met by silence
The Associated Press4 hours ago
People react while watching a news broadcast on a missile launch in Pyongyang, North Korea, Saturday, July 29, 2017. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Saturday the second flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile demonstrated his country can hit the U.S. mainland, hours after the launch left analysts concluding that a wide swath of the United States, including Los Angeles and Chicago, is now in range of North Korean weapons. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
North Korea says 2nd ICBM test puts 'entire' US in rangeNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un says the second flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile demonstrates his country can hit the U.S. mainland
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Bolivarian National Guards detain an anti-government demonstrator during clashes in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, July 28, 2017, two days before the vote to begin the rewriting of Venezuela's constitution. Protesters say the election of a constitutional assembly will allow President Nicolas Maduro to eliminate democratic checks and balances and install an authoritarian single-party system. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
AP Explains: What's behind Venezuela's constituent assembly?AP Explains: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has provoked international criticism and enraged his political opponents by pushing for Sunday's election of a special assembly to rewrite the troubled South American nation's constitution
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Bolivarian National Guards fire rubber bullets at anti-government demonstrators in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, July 28, 2017, two days before the vote to begin the rewriting of Venezuela's constitution. Protesters say the election of a constitutional assembly will allow President Nicolas Maduro to eliminate democratic checks and balances and install an authoritarian single-party system. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
Few heed call for mass protest in Venezuela's capitalFew demonstrators have heeded opposition calls for a mass protest in Venezuela's capital against President Nicolas Maduro's controversial push to rewrite the constitution by a constituent assembly to be elected Sunday
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Soldiers patrol a highway near the Mare Complex slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, July 28, 2017, as soldiers begin patrolling the city amid a spike in violence. Three people on average were killed each day by stray bullets in the first six months of the year in Rio de Janeiro. That mounting number, plus criminal assaults and increasing shootouts between drug traffickers and police, have led authorities in recent weeks to acknowledge that much of the city is out of their control.  (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)
Troops deploy in Rio de Janeiro amid increasing violenceThousands of soldiers have begun patrolling Rio de Janeiro amid a spike in violence in Brazil's second-largest city
The Associated Press8 hours ago
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