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Brazil's gay couples exchange vows in collective ceremony

Brazil's gay couples exchange vows in collective ceremony

About forty gay couples got married in downtown Sao Paulo on Saturday, tying the knot partly out of fear that the new administration of President-elect Jair Bolsonaro could restrict same sex marriage.
American student stabbed to death in Netherlands told friend her roommate threatened to kill 3 people

American student stabbed to death in Netherlands told friend her roommate threatened to kill 3 people

Sarah Papenheim, an American psychology student who was fatally stabbed in her apartment in the Netherlands, had texted a friend saying her roommate threatened to kill three people.
Ukraine Orthodox leaders approve break with Russian church

Ukraine Orthodox leaders approve break with Russian church

Ukrainian Orthodox leaders on Saturday approved the creation of a unified church independent of the Moscow Patriarchate and elected a leader to head the new church, officials said.
Visitors evacuated, animals moved after fire at British zoo

Visitors evacuated, animals moved after fire at British zoo

A fire broke out Saturday in an enclosure at one of Britain's largest zoos, forcing keepers to evacuate visitors and move animals away from the flames.
Walmart employee uses intercom to announce he’s quitting: ‘Nobody should work here - ever’

Walmart employee uses intercom to announce he’s quitting: ‘Nobody should work here - ever’

Jackson Racicot quit a Walmart in Grande Prairie, Canada, by using the store’s intercom to make his announcement.
The Latest: Brazil causes roadblocks at UN climate talks

The Latest: Brazil causes roadblocks at UN climate talks

The Latest on the U.N. climate talks in Poland (all times local): 4:30 p.m. Attempts by developed nations at the U.N. climate talks in Poland to create watertight rules for international carbon
'Yellow vest' protesters take to streets of France for fifth week as Macron appeals for 'order'

'Yellow vest' protesters take to streets of France for fifth week as Macron appeals for 'order'

“Yellow vest” protesters took to the streets in France on Saturday, for the fifth week of protests that have brought Paris and other cities to a standstill -- after embattled President Emmanuel Macron
Afghanistan hosts Pakistan, China for wide-ranging talks

Afghanistan hosts Pakistan, China for wide-ranging talks

The foreign ministers of Afghanistan, Pakistan and China met Saturday in Kabul to discuss trade, development and ways to end Afghanistan's 17-year war.
U.S. Navy offers what Venezuelan regime can't: Urgent health care

U.S. Navy offers what Venezuelan regime can't: Urgent health care

While the Venezuelan government continues downplay the horrific humanitarian and economic crisis,a floating US Navy hospital, USNS Comfort, is attempting to alleviate some of the burden.
21 detained before Paris protests as police deploy in force

21 detained before Paris protests as police deploy in force

PARIS — Paris police deployed in large numbers Saturday for the fifth straight weekend of demonstrations by the "yellow vest" protesters, with authorities repeating calls for calm after protests on
Australia follows US, recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Australia follows US, recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Australia on Saturday formally recognized West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, becoming the third country to follow the case of the United States.
Sri Lanka's disputed prime minister resigns to end impasse

Sri Lanka's disputed prime minister resigns to end impasse

Sri Lanka's disputed prime minister resigned on Saturday, saying he wanted to end a long political impasse over his appointment and allow the president to form a new government.
South Sudan starts planning for life beyond war, cautiously

South Sudan starts planning for life beyond war, cautiously

For the first time since fleeing his home when civil war broke out in South Sudan five years ago, Raan Bona is daring to plan for the future.
Indian forces kill 3 rebels, 2 civilians in Kashmir fighting

Indian forces kill 3 rebels, 2 civilians in Kashmir fighting

Two young men were killed and nearly two dozens injured when government forces fired at anti-India protesters in disputed Kashmir following a gunbattle that left three rebels dead on Saturday, police
AU force in Somalia says not involved in ex-al-Shabab arrest

AU force in Somalia says not involved in ex-al-Shabab arrest

The African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia says it had no part in the arrest of the former No. 2 leader of the al-Shabab extremist group, who has been a leading candidate for a regional
Nigeria's military lifts suspension of UNICEF activities

Nigeria's military lifts suspension of UNICEF activities

Nigeria's military has lifted a suspension of UNICEF's work in the extremist-threatened northeast just hours after it accused the U.N. agency of training people for "clandestine activities."
American tourist may have been killed by multiple people in Costa Rica, report says

American tourist may have been killed by multiple people in Costa Rica, report says

There may be additional suspects in the murder of a Florida tourist in Costa Rica.
Rajapaksa set to quit as Sri Lanka's premier to end crisis

Rajapaksa set to quit as Sri Lanka's premier to end crisis

A Sri Lankan lawmaker said that disputed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa will resign Saturday to end the country's political crisis.
AP Explains: Why is Sri Lankan prime minister resigning

AP Explains: Why is Sri Lankan prime minister resigning

Supporters say disputed Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has decided to resign in an attempt to end the country's political crisis.
Brazilian president orders extradition of Cesare Battisti

Brazilian president orders extradition of Cesare Battisti

Brazil's outgoing President Michel Temer signed a decree Friday ordering the extradition of an Italian communist militant convicted of murder in his home country.