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Canadian-run Syrian clinic was evacuated before strike on hospital: operator

Friday, 11:56 AM

A Canadian-run health care center in Aleppo, Syria that was hit by an air strike on Friday had been evacuated in the wake of another bombing at a hospital earlier this week, a spokesman for the non-profit group that operated it said. "After the hospital bombing three days ago, they've evacuated all the medical centers," said Avi D'Souza, media co-ordinator for UOSSM-Canada, which operates the Al Marjeh Primary Health Care Centre. "There wasn't anybody there at the time - thank God." Air strikes on rebel-held areas of Aleppo and shelling of government-held areas of the city resumed on Friday, after a brief dawn lull following seven days of violence, a war monitor, a civil defense worker and Syrian state media said.

Deal reached in Ireland to form minority government: party

Friday, 11:49 AM

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny addresses the annual Friends of Ireland Luncheon at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, on March 15, 2016Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny's Fine Gael party was on Friday poised to form a minority government after striking a deal with its longtime rival Fianna Fail, following inconclusive elections in February. "Both Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have reached a political agreement to facilitate a Fine Gael-led minority government," Fianna Fail said in a statement. "Both party leaders are now being briefed, extensive drafting has to be done and then both Fianna Fail and Fine Gael will hold separate parliamentary party meetings to outline the details of the confidence and supply arrangement," the statement said.


Transatlantic trade talks claim progress, see deal this year

Friday, 12:00 PM

Opponents of a proposed transatlantic trade deal (TTIP) hold inflatebale letters during a prostest rally in Hannover, Germany on April 23, 2016Negotiators on the ambitious TTIP transatlantic trade pact said they had made significant progress in New York this week and hope for a deal in 2016, despite popular opposition on both sides. Both sides said they would not be deterred by increased attacks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, and did not plan to water it down despite vocal objections from politicians and the public on both sides. "The United States has no interest in a 'TTIP light' that would not fulfil the economic promise of the ambitious agreement that we're seeking," said Dan Mullaney, the US Trade Representative's front man in the talks.


White House 2016: Clinton gears up for Trump in fall race

Friday, 11:56 AM

FILE - In this April 26, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, accompanied by former President Bill Clinton walks to stage at her presidential primary election night rally in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Waves of campaign staffers are being dispatched to battleground states. Advisers are starting to consider locations for a splashy convention rally in Philadelphia. An army of lawyers is scrutinizing more than two dozen possible vice presidential picks.


Furyk to make PGA Tour return next week in Charlotte

Friday, 11:59 AM

PGA: The Barclays - Second Round(Reuters) - Jim Furyk will end a wrist injury absence of nearly eight months when he returns to competition at next week's Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, the PGA Tour announced on Friday. The 45-year-old American, a 17-times winner on the U.S. circuit, will also tee it up the following week at the PGA Tour's flagship Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. "I think the recovery has been pretty good," Furyk told pgatour.com.


Attitude versus analysis in Ryder Cup camps

Friday, 11:23 AM

Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland tees off on the 18th hole during the first round of the SMBC Singapore Open golf tournament at Sentosa's Serapong golf course in SingaporeBy Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Ryder Cup often produces magical golf, team captains Davis Love III and Darren Clarke concur, but for 20 years it has mainly been European players wielding the magic wand. "It's just special, isn't it," Europe captain Clarke told Reuters in promoting on behalf of sponsors Standard Life Investments this year's competition to be played at Minnesota's Hazeltine course from Sept 30-Oct 2. "We saw a different Payne Stewart, a different David Duval when the Ryder Cup matches came around," added Love, summoning heroes of the past.


'Kennewick Man' was Native American, U.S. Army Corps says

Friday, 12:04 PM

(Reuters) - The 8,500-year-old remains of the so-called Kennewick Man whose almost complete skeleton was discovered in Washington state in 1996 are Native American, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has concluded after studying new information. Kennewick Man is one of just a few well-preserved North American skeletons that date back more than 8,000 years, and is one of the only good examples from the Pacific Northwest. The Corps' determination means the remains are now subject to procedures outlined in the U.S. Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), as a coalition of Native American tribes had demanded, the Corps said.

Maryland man charged in bomb threat at Baltimore TV station

Friday, 12:02 PM

A man claiming to be in possession of a bomb exits the Fox45 television station that was evacuated due to a bomb threat in Baltimore(Reuters) - A Maryland man accused of threatening Fox Television's Baltimore affiliate while wearing a hedgehog suit and a fake bomb vest loaded with foil-wrapped chocolate bars has been charged with arson and other counts, authorities said on Friday. The suspect, Alex Brizzi, 25, of Elkridge, Maryland, was shot and wounded by police after trying to deliver a flash drive with video about the end of the world during Thursday's incident at the offices of WBFF-TV. Police Commissioner Kevin Davis told a news conference that there was no connection to organized terrorism.


Nissan to recall 3.53 million vehicles: air bags may not deploy

Friday, 11:58 AM

Man walks past logo of Nissan Motor Co. at the company's showroom in YokohamaNissan Motor Co Ltd said on Friday it will recall 3.53 million vehicles, most in the United States, citing passenger-side air bags that may not work properly because vehicle sensors may malfunction. The Japanese automaker said this is the fourth recall since 2013 to address problems with occupant classification systems that may fail to properly identify adult front seat passengers. The system may improperly classify an adult front seat passenger as a child or as an empty seat, a failure that could lead to an air bag failing to deploy in the event of a crash.


VW executive committee balks at Qatar's push for seat: sources

Friday, 11:48 AM

A giant logo of Volkswagen is pictured on the wall of its production facility in WolfsburgFRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Frustrated with the pace of reform at Volkswagen, shareholder Qatar has asked the carmaker for a seat on the company's executive committee, a request that has met with substantial opposition, two sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. Qatar, the company's third-largest shareholder with a 17 percent stake, wants to join the committee, which currently has six members including the company's chairman, the head of VW's works council, the state premier of Lower Saxony and the chief of trade union IG Metall. Creating a new seat for Qatar - which has two seats on the broader 20-member supervisory board including Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker - would entail also creating an eighth position for a labor representative, to keep a required balance between worker and shareholder representatives.


Canadian-run Syrian clinic was evacuated before strike on hospital: operator

Friday, 11:56 AM

A Canadian-run health care center in Aleppo, Syria that was hit by an air strike on Friday had been evacuated in the wake of another bombing at a hospital earlier this week, a spokesman for the non-profit group that operated it said. "After the hospital bombing three days ago, they've evacuated all the medical centers," said Avi D'Souza, media co-ordinator for UOSSM-Canada, which operates the Al Marjeh Primary Health Care Centre. "There wasn't anybody there at the time - thank God." Air strikes on rebel-held areas of Aleppo and shelling of government-held areas of the city resumed on Friday, after a brief dawn lull following seven days of violence, a war monitor, a civil defense worker and Syrian state media said.

Oklahoma lawmakers approve bill to revoke licenses of abortion doctors

Friday, 11:56 AM

File photo of Oklahoma Republican Governor Mary Fallin making remarks before the opening of the National Governors Association Winter Meeting in WashingtonAn Oklahoma bill that could revoke the license of any doctor who performs an abortion may soon head to the governor, with opponents saying the measure in unconstitutional and promising a legal battle against the cash-strapped state if it is approved. In the Republican-dominated legislature, the state's House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a Senate bill late on Thursday. Governor Mary Fallin, a Republican, has not yet indicated whether she will sign it.