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UK's Cameron says will need EU treaty change to curb immigration

Friday, 3:07 AM

A man carrying a bag adorned with a British Union Jack flag steps into bus departing from Sofia's central bus station to LondonROCESTER, England (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday he would require the European Union to change its founding treaties to allow him to restrict migrants from the bloc tapping into his country's welfare system. "There's a debate in Europe about exactly which bits of legislation, which bits of the treaty you'll need to change, but there's no doubt this package as a whole will require some treaty change and I'm confident we can negotiate that," he said. ...

Wolff promoted to test driver at F1 team Williams

Friday, 3:06 AM

FILE - In this Friday, July 4, 2014 file photo, Scottish Suzie Wolff of Williams, the first woman to take part in a Formula 1 race weekend in 22 years, talks to mechanics in the garage before the first practice session at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, England. Wolff has been promoted to official test driver for Williams for the 2015 Formula One season, increasing her chances of becoming the first female racer on the grid since 1976, it was announced on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File)LONDON (AP) — Susie Wolff was promoted to official test driver for Williams for the 2015 Formula One season on Friday, increasing her chances of becoming the first female racer on the grid since 1976.

Cameron says migrant curbs will require EU treaty change

Friday, 3:05 AM

David Cameron's announcement of tougher rules on EU migrants comes after official figures showed migration had grown on his watchLondon (AFP) - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday said his plan to curb EU migrant arrivals by limiting access to benefits would require a reform of European treaties.

Exclusive: Obama plan to 'Power Africa' gets off to a dim start

Friday, 2:38 AM

U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the University of Cape TownBy Joe Brock JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Barack Obama last year told a cheering crowd in Cape Town that a $7 billion plan to "Power Africa" would double electricity output on the world's poorest continent and bring "light where currently there is darkness". A year later, the U.S. president's flagship project for Africa has already achieved 25 percent of its goal to deliver 10,000 megawatts of electricity and bring light to 20 million households and businesses, according to its annual report. But the five-year plan has not yet delivered the power. ...

Chambers leads with McIlroy lurking, Scott revived in Sydney

Friday, 12:04 AM

Greg Chalmers of Australia tees off on the second hole during the third round of the Northern Trust Open golf tournament at Riviera Country Club in Los AngelesBy Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Greg Chalmers held a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Australian Open on Friday but defending champion Rory McIlroy was well-positioned for the weekend in a share of second place. Chalmers, twice a former winner of his national open, snared his seventh birdie on the last green for a five-under-par 66 to edge ahead of a congested leading pack at five-under for the tournament. ...

McIlroy to cut out 'bad stuff' after rollercoaster round

Thursday, 11:21 PM

Northern Ireland's McIlroy tees off from the 12th hole during the first round of the Australian Open golf tournament in SydneyBy Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - World number one Rory McIlroy said all he needed to do was cut the "bad stuff" out of his game for a really low score at the Australian Open after managing to par only five holes in a rollercoaster second round on Friday. The Northern Irishman hit an eagle, six birdles and six bogeys for a second successive two-under-par 69 at The Australian Golf Course to finish the day a shot behind leader Greg Chalmers on four-under. ...

1 injured in vehicle crash in Egg Harbor Township

Friday, 3:04 AM

1 injured in vehicle crash in Egg Harbor TownshipPolice say one person was seriously injured in a vehicle crash in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey Thursday night.

10 Things to Know for Today

Friday, 3:01 AM

Yuri Montes carries boxes as she shops at Kohl's during Black Friday on Thursday Nov. 27, 2014 in McAllen, Texas, Texas. (AP Photo/The Monitor, Gabe Hernandez)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.

Special Report: Why Italy's stay-home shoppers terrify the euro zone

Friday, 3:04 AM

File photo of woman pushing her Fiat 500 car as her dog sits inside, in neighbourhood of RomeBy Gavin Jones ROME (Reuters) - "Three for the price of two" used to be the most common special offer in Giorgio Santambrogio's supermarket chains. The reason explains why efforts to resuscitate Italy's moribund economy are failing. "Shoppers are demanding steeper and steeper discounts." Italy is stuck in a rut of diminishing expectations. This summer, consumer prices in Italy fell on a year-on-year basis for the first time in a half-century, and they have barely picked up since.

Japan may expand air bag recalls; worried about impact on industry

Friday, 2:28 AM

Logo of Takata Corp is seen through a car window outside the company's headquarter building in TokyoBy Mari Saito and Maki Shiraki TOKYO (Reuters) - Honda Motor and Mazda Motor may have to recall another 200,000 cars in Japan to replace Takata Corp air bags if Takata complies with a U.S. order to recall cars across the United States rather than just in humid regions. Several automakers in the U.S. have issued regional recalls of certain models to investigate what is causing some Takata air bags to explode with excessive force. U.S. safety regulators have ordered Takata to have those recalls expanded nationwide. Takata has so far resisted a wider U.S. ...

WHO advises male Ebola survivors to abstain from sex

Friday, 3:00 AM

LONDON (Reuters) - Men who recover from Ebola should abstain from sex for three months to minimize the risk of passing the virus on in their semen, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. Ebola, a disease that has infected and killing thousands in a vast epidemic in West Africa, normally spreads via bodily fluids such as blood, saliva and faeces. Although sexual transmission of Ebola virus disease has never been documented, the virus has been detected in the survivors' semen. ...

China drafts policy on emergency Ebola diagnosis, approves products

Friday, 2:59 AM

Health inspection and quarantine researchers work in their laboratory at an airport in QingdaoSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has drafted a policy on the emergency use of diagnostic products for the Ebola virus disease and clinical trials, the country's drug regulator said on Friday, as the number of people affected globally by the epidemic nears 16,000. In a brief statement, the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) said it had also approved three companies to produce Ebola diagnosis products for emergency reserve use. "These (products) provide key technological safeguards for China to diagnose the Ebola virus and defend against any epidemic situation," it said. ...