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Big guns in east Ukraine fall silent, two more die from wounds in Kiev protests

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko addresses the nation following the clashes outside parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, August 31, 2015. REUTERS/MYKHAILO MARKIV/UKRAINIAN PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE/POOL  A fragile truce between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists appeared to be holding on Tuesday as both sides made a renewed effort to silence their guns and make the much-abused ceasefire work. Sporadic shelling and shooting, which each side has blamed on the other, had ensured a steadily mounting death toll despite the ceasefire called as part of a peace plan worked out in Minsk, Belarus, in February. Government and separatist representatives agreed last week to…

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Poll shows majority wants Congress to approve Iran deal

By Julian Hattem – 09/01/15 07:01 AM EDT A new survey shows a majority of Americans wants Congress to uphold the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran. According to the survey from the University of Maryland, 55 percent of respondents said Congress should get behind the agreement, despite some concerns. Twenty-three percent, meanwhile, said lawmakers should instead ratchet up sanctions, and 14 percent wanted U.S. officials to go back to the negotiating table. In a key stat for Democratic backers of the agreement, 61 percent of independents recommended that Congress approve the deal, along with 72 percent of Democrats. Just 33 percent of Republicans expressed…

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Tropical Storm Erika

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Tropical Storm Erika track goes farther west

The 11 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center has moved the official track of Tropical Storm Erika farther to the west. Forecasters said a general west northwest motion is expected for the next two days as Erika moves around the edges of a subtropical ridge. After that, a turn north is predicted and a decrease in forward speed. Models continue to disagree on the strength of the storm, but the NHC forecast shows the center of the cone more to the west, still entering at the tip of Florida’s peninsula but closer to Cape Coral on Monday than the…

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Attaque dans un TGV: le suspect nie les accusations de terrorisme

Agence France-Presse PARIS Le Marocain Ayoub El Khazzani, maîtrisé lourdement armé par des passagers du train Amsterdam-Paris, est «médusé» par les accusations de terrorisme qui pèsent sur lui et nie avoir tiré à bord du train, expliquant qu’il voulait rançonner les voyageurs, selon l’avocate qui l’a assisté au début de sa garde à vue. «Il est médusé du caractère terroriste qui est attribué à son action», a expliqué dans une interview diffusée dimanche sur la chaîne BFMTV l’avocate commise d’office qui l’a conseillé juste après son arrestation en gare d’Arras vendredi, Me Sophie David. Quand l’avocate lui a expliqué qu’il…

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Attentat à Bangkok: mandat d’arrêt contre un étranger

La police thaïlandaise a diffusé mercredi le portrait-robot de cet homme, qui pourrait être «étranger ou thaïlandais», selon le porte-parole de la police nationale Prawut Thavornsiri, qui a précisé qu’un mandat d’arrêt allait être lancé dans les prochaines heures. PHOTO REUTERS THANAPORN PROMYAMYAI, MARION THIBAUT Agence France-Presse Bangkok La Thaïlande a lancé mercredi un mandat d’arrêt contre un étranger soupçonné d’avoir perpétré l’attentat à la bombe à Bangkok qui a tué 20 personnes lundi, et diffusé le portrait-robot de cet homme qui ferait partie d’un réseau. D’après le mandat, émis mercredi en fin de journée par une cour pénale de Bangkok,…

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Cancer risk ‘even from light drinking’

Even light and moderate drinking – up to one drink a day for women and two drinks a day for men – could increase the risk of cancer, say researchers. The work in the British Medical Journal looked at two large US studies involving more than 100,000 adults. The clearest link was for breast cancer. Experts say the findings reinforce the health message that people should limit how much they drink and have some alcohol-free days. There is no guaranteed safe level of drinking, but if you drink within the recommended daily limits, the risks of harming your health are low,…

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Two women qualify as US army rangers

Soldiers on the US ranger training course, which has its first two female graduates. Photograph: Scott Brooks/Rex/Shutterstock   Two women have made military history after becoming the first female soldiers to pass the US army’s gruelling ranger course. The two, along with 94 men, passed the 62-day leadership course, which teaches students “how to overcome fatigue, hunger and stress to lead soldiers during small unit combat operations”, the army said in a statement.   Nineteen women and 381 men in April began the first army ranger school that included women. The course, based at Fort Benning, Georgia, includes training in woodlands, mountainous…

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Un suspect recherché après la «pire attaque» jamais commise à Bangkok

Au petit matin, mardi, des experts de la police thaïlandaise étaient à pied d’oeuvre sur le site de l’explosion à la recherche d’éléments matériels susceptibles de les aider à découvrir qui sont les auteurs de cet attentat, qui n’a pour l’instant pas été revendiqué. PHOTO ROYAL THAI POLICE VIA AP MARION THIBAUT, BOONRADOM CHITRADON Agence France-Presse BANGKOK La police recherchait mardi un «suspect» aperçu en train de déposer un sac à dos sur les lieux de l’attentat qui a fait lundi 20 morts à Bangkok, majoritairement des étrangers, et a été qualifié par le chef de la junte au pouvoir de…

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US flag rises over Havana

The Stars and Stripes are flying over the U.S. embassy in Cuba for the first time in 54 years. Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday presided over an elaborate ceremony at the recently re-opened embassy in Havana, symbolizing a new era in the long contentious relationship between the two nations. Speaking both and English and Spanish, Kerry marked the event as a “truly historic moment,” recalling the height of tensions between the two nations during the Cold War. “The road of mutual isolation and estrangement that the U.S. and Cuba have been traveling is not the right one,” Kerry said. “The…

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