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Mexico summons Uruguay's ambassador over comment

Sunday, 5:12 PM

FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2014, file photo, Uruguay's President Jose Mujica meets with Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff at the Planalto presidential palace, in Brasilia, Brazil. The Mexican foreign office has called in Uruguay’s ambassador on Nov. 23, to ask for an explanation about the words of Uruguayan President Mujica when he said in an interview that Mexico is beginning to feel like a failed state. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres, File)MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico has summoned Uruguay's ambassador for talks after the South American country's president described Mexico as a kind of "failed state" in a magazine interview.

Low voter turnout could erode Japan PM Abe's call for fresh mandate

Sunday, 5:07 PM

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his party's lawmakers raise their fists as they pledge to win in the upcoming lower house election in TokyoBy Linda Sieg TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese voters, puzzled as to why Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is calling an election now and unimpressed by opposition alternatives, may shun a Dec. 14 election in record numbers. That could help Abe's ruling coalition win the poll for parliament's lower house, but also erode any claim of a new, strong mandate for his economic revival plan. ...

UK police chief claims '4 or 5' terror plots foiled

Sunday, 4:53 PM

More than 250 counter-terrorism arrests have been made so far this year, according to police sourcesLondon (AFP) - British police have foiled four or five suspected terror plots this year, the country's most senior police officer said Sunday ahead of a week-long campaign to enlist the public's help in countering the threat.

Veteran journalist, educator Michael Shanahan dies

Sunday, 4:52 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) — Michael Shanahan, a veteran Washington political reporter for The Associated Press and Newhouse Newspapers who used that experience to teach new generations of students at George Washington University about the business he loved, died Saturday.

Golf-Race to Dubai rankings

Sunday, 4:25 PM

Nov 24 (Infostrada Sports) - Race to Dubai rankings 1. (1) Rory McIlroy (Britain) 7149503 2. (2) Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 4981093 3. (8) Justin Rose (Britain) 3180388 4. (3) Jamie Donaldson (Britain) 3058166 5. (10) Victor Dubuisson (France) 2966524 6. (5) Sergio Garcia (Spain) 2861930 7. (4) Marcel Siem (Germany) 2739373 8. (6) Brooks Koepka (U.S.) 2631873 9. (7) Alexander Levy (France) 2452757 10. (17) Shane Lowry (Ireland) 2173864 11. (14) Joost Luiten (Netherlands) 2158172 12. (9) Thomas Bjorn (Denmark) 2122402 13. (13) Ian Poulter (Britain) 2092569 14. ...

Kiwi teen Ko wins Tour Championship, season crown

Sunday, 3:03 PM

Lydia Ko of New Zealand plays the sixth hole during the third round of the CME Group Tour Championship at Tiburon Golf Club on November 22, 2014, in Naples, FloridaNew Zealand teen Lydia Ko parred the fourth playoff hole to beat Carlota Ciganda and win the LPGA Tour Championship, completing a $1.5 million haul Sunday that included a season points crown. Ko tapped in for par on the final extra hole after her Spanish rival buried her approach under a bush, giving the Seoul-born 17-year-old her third title of her first full LPGA season. "This has been a big year, a roller coaster ride," Ko said. Ko, Paraguay's Julieta Granada and Ciganda each finished 72 holes on 10-under par 278 to force a playoff, staged entirely on the 18th hole at Tiburon Golf Club.

1 killed, dozens injured in California bus crash

Sunday, 5:14 PM

REDDING, Calif. (AP) — A tour bus that had already crashed into a restaurant earlier in the day overturned Sunday in Northern California, killing one person and injuring dozens more, five of them seriously, authorities said.

1 killed, 2 injured in Bear, Delaware crash

Sunday, 5:04 PM

1 killed, 2 injured in Bear, Delaware crashOne person is dead and two others are in critical condition after a collision in Bear, Delaware.

SnapJet lets you print your smartphone snaps as Polaroids

Sunday, 4:33 PM

SnapJet lets you print your smartphone snaps as PolaroidsA new device seeking funding on Kickstarter uses Polaroid technology to let you wirelessly print photos from your smartphone.>

Asia cheered by China, European stimulus

Sunday, 3:27 PM

Pedestrians with umbrellas walk past an electronic board showing Japan's Nikkei average and the exchange rates between the Japanese yen and the U.S. dollar, outside a brokerage in TokyoBy Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets followed the dollar higher on Monday as the prospect of further policy stimulus in China and Europe whetted risk appetites while sending the euro skidding. The single currency was matching 28-month lows in early trade having shed 1.2 percent on Friday when European Central Bank President Mario Draghi surprised by declaring his commitment to fighting deflation. ...

Health care M&A leads global deal surge

Sunday, 1:30 PM

In this Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013 photo, Merck scientist Janet Lineberger conducts research to discover new HIV drugs in West Point, Pa. The health care industry has announced about $438 billion worth of mergers and acquisitions worldwide so far, about 14 percent of the $3.2 trillion total for all industries, according to data provider Dealogic. Merck & Co. agreed in June to pay nearly $4 billion for Idenix Pharmaceuticals Inc. to combine that company's hepatitis C medicines with its own. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)In a big year for deal making, the health care industry is a standout.

Celebrity song to aid fight against Africa Ebola crisis tops UK charts

Sunday, 11:30 AM

U2 lead singer Bono arrives for the recording of the Band Aid 30 charity single in west LondonLONDON (Reuters) - Band Aid 30's reworked version of "Do They Know it's Christmas", a song intended to raise money to fight the spread of Ebola in Africa, went straight to the top of Britain's single charts on Sunday, the Official Charts Company said. The track was inspired by a celebrity song of the same name with different lyrics which was recorded in 1984 and raised millions of pounds to fight famine in Africa. Bob Geldof, former lead singer of the Irish rock band the Boomtown Rats, helped mastermind the track, as he did the original. ...