• Japan PM to discuss Okinawa crime with Obama ahead of G7

    By Ami Miyazaki TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday ahead of this week's Group of Seven summit, a Japanese Foreign Ministry source said, with one topic being how to prevent crime by workers from U.S. military bases. A U.S. civilian

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  • Deal reached for far-right Lieberman to join Israel govt

    A deal has been reached to bring far-right former foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman and his Yisrael Beitenu party into Israel's governing coalition pushing it further to the right, negotiators said Wednesday. The agreement, confirmed by Tourism Minister Yariv Levin to public radio and Lieberman

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  • Obama urges Vietnam youth to tackle climate change

    HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam (AP) — Wrapping up a historic visit to Vietnam, U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday praised the country's next generation of leaders for being more conscious of the environment than previous generations and urged them to "do something about" climate change

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  • Afghan Taliban appoint new leader after Mansour's death

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Afghan Taliban confirmed on Wednesday that their leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed in a U.S. drone strike last week and that they have appointed a successor — a scholar known for extremist views who is unlikely to back a peace process with Kabul.

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  • Watchdogs say Texas dodged 'train wreck' on education board

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — When Texas takes up always-contentions revisions of science and social studies coursework in 2017, a former schoolteacher who believes dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark and Democrats killed John F. Kennedy won't have a vote.

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  • Babies behind bars: Moms do time with their newborns

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  • Vietnamese dissident a reluctant tourist during Obama visit

    By Martin Petty HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnamese dissident Nguyen Quang A spent much of Tuesday as a tourist with plainclothes cops - eating fish noodle soup, visiting a temple and a fortune teller – returning home just as President Barack Obama took off from Hanoi aboard Air Force One. "It was a

    Reuters
  • Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win

    The words were stunning as they flew out of announcer Paul Page's mouth in the waning laps of the 1992 Indianapolis 500. "Michael is slowing! Michael is slowing!" Page declared. "The rest ...

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  • Greece starts moving migrants from squalid border camp

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    Reuters
  • Israel's Lieberman agrees terms to join Netanyahu government - spokesman

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Far-right Israeli opposition lawmaker Avigdor Lieberman has agreed with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on terms for joining the coalition government as its new defence minister, Lieberman's spokesman said on Wednesday. Lieberman's Yisrael Beitenu party and Netanyahu'

    Reuters
  • Suicide bomber kills 10 near Afghan capital: interior ministry

    Ten people were killed in Afghanistan Wednesday when a suicide bomber on foot detonated his explosives, striking a vehicle carrying court employees near the capital Kabul, the interior ministry said.

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  • Protests turn violent outside Trump rally in New Mexico

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night as demonstrators threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, overturned trash cans and knocked down barricades.

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  • A look at prison nurseries nationwide

    Out of more than 100 women's prisons in the U.S., only eight have nursery programs that allow mothers to help raise their babies behind bars. There are none in the federal prison system, and there is only ...

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  • India's Tata Steel considers bids for British assets

    Britain's business minister Sajid Javid met Tata Steel bosses in Mumbai ahead of a crunch board meeting on Wednesday expected to discuss potential buyers for its loss-making UK assets. Tata Steel, Britain's biggest steel employer, announced in March that it planned to sell its Port Talbot plant

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  • Foxconn says won't sell Sharp's solar power business

    Taiwan's Foxconn said on Wednesday it will not sell Sharp Corp's solar power business, amid concerns from business partners over a possible closure of the struggling division. "We want to let you know that we are totally committed to this business," Foxconn founder Terry Gou and Tai

    Reuters
  • No work, no trade on empty Silk Road in northern Afghanistan

    Some days there is no train at all crossing the bridge to Uzbekistan, yawns a customs officer in Hairatan, formerly a teeming Silk Road border town whose decline is a barometer of economic depression in Afghanistan's north. "He asks why we travellers are asleep." Eight centuries later,

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  • Putrajaya in ‘spineless u-turn’ on plain tobacco packaging, says DAP MP

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 25 — Putrajaya is conceding to pressure by tobacco firms on its plan to mandate plain packaging for their products, Klang MP Charles Santiago said today. Referring to Health...

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  • Virginia governor: I followed the law in accepting donations

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Tuesday he is confident he followed the law in accepting donations that now appear to be part of a federal criminal investigation.

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  • Children risk health farming tobacco in Indonesia: HRW

    Children are being put to work on tobacco plantations in Indonesia that supply some of the world's biggest cigarette companies, putting their health at serious risk, Human Rights Watch warned Wednesday. Despite Indonesian law prohibiting child labour in hazardous industries, the rights group documented

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  • Volkswagen, Toyota buy into ridesharing

    Toyota and Volkswagen announced separate partnerships Tuesday with rideshare companies Uber and Gett, in the latest such moves by major carmakers. Japan's Toyota and ridesharing titan Uber said they had entered into a memorandum of understanding to explore collaboration, starting with trials in

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  • Ten killed in suicide attack near Afghan capital

    KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide attack on a bus carrying staff from an appeal court killed 10 people and wounded four on Wednesday west of the Afghan capital, Kabul, an interior ministry spokesman said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, which came as the Taliban confirmed their

    Reuters
  • Insight: Philippine death squads very much in business as Duterte set for presidency

    By Andrew R.C. Marshall and Manuel Mogato DAVAO, Philippines (Reuters) - On May 14, five days after voters in the Philippines chose Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte as their next president, two masked gunmen cruised this southern city's suburbs on a motorbike, looking for their kill. Gil Gabrillo

    Reuters
  • Bomber and bombed: US, Japan bound by atomic legacy

    Japan and the United States have forged one of the world's most enduring -- some would say improbable -- relationships in the seven decades since American atomic bombs laid waste to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing 200,000 people. The two nations fought four years of searing, brutal conflict across

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  • Afghan Taliban appoint new leader after deadly drone strike

    The Afghan Taliban on Wednesday announced Haibatullah Akhundzada as their new chief, elevating a low-profile religious figure after officially confirming the death of Mullah Mansour in a US drone strike. Akhundzada, who was one of two deputies under Mansour, is seen as a unifying figure in an increasingly

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  • Woman known for conspiracy posts loses Texas education race

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas education board candidate who claimed that President Barack Obama was a gay prostitute and believes dinosaurs walked the Earth with humans lost her primary runoff Tuesday night just two months after nearly clinching victory outright.

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