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MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine president has withdrawn a cease-fire order after communist guerrillas killed a government militiaman and failed to declare their own truce by a Saturday deadline he had given. President Rodrigo Duterte ordered all government forces to go on high alert and "continue to discharge their normal functions and mandate to neutralize all threats to national security, protect the citizenry, enforce the laws and maintain peace in the land." Duterte declared the government cease-fire Monday in the latest sign of his strong relations with the Maoist rebels. Two days later, however, rebels killed a government militiaman and wounded four others in southern Davao del Norte province, angering Duterte, who gave the rebels until 5 p.m.

Officials encourage travelers not to shun Florida for Zika

Glendina Rosebo, 54, of Miami, takes a break from cleaning the sidewalks in the Wynwood area of Miami, Friday, July 29, 2016. Florida health officials said that four patients in Florida infected with the Zika virus were infected in the Wynwood area. These cases are believed to have caught the virus locally through mosquito bites. Rosebo has seen Miami-Dade mosquito control personnel spraying in the area the last few days. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier) MIAMI (AP) — There's no official warning to stay clear of Florida, but the crowds that usually wander among the bold street murals in Miami's trendy Wynwood arts district may be thinner after reports that mosquitoes in the area have spread the Zika virus on the U.S. mainland for the first time.


Monsoon floods kill at least 52 people in India

A woman prepares a meal by a flooded road at Sildubi village, in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, Friday, July 29, 2016. Torrential monsoon rains have caused widespread flooding in Assam state and forced around 1.2 million people to leave their water-logged homes. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath) GAUHATI, India (AP) — Indian authorities on Saturday tried to rescue thousands of people stranded in flooded villages after a week of heavy rain killed at least 52 people and uprooted tens of thousands of others from their homes in the states of Assam in the remote northeast and Bihar in the east.


Saudi sprinter Masrahi to miss Olympics because of doping

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi authorities say sprinter Yousef Ahmed Masrahi will not compete in this summer's Olympics after failing a drug test.

AccuWeather: Unsettled, Humid Weekend

AccuWeather: Unsettled, Humid Weekend Meteorologist Chris Sowers says expect a very humid, unsettled weekend.


Riverboat loses power, drifts from Nebraska to Iowa

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Three people were injured when a riverboat carrying 135 passengers struck a riverbank in Omaha, Nebraska, lost power and drifted across the Missouri River before coming to rest near a park in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Bomb kills 1 security official, wounds 8 people in Pakistan

KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Officials say a roadside bomb has exploded near a vehicle carrying paramilitary rangers in southern Pakistan, killing a security official and wounding three officers and five civilians.

Melbourne Storm back into 1st place in National Rugby League

SYDNEY (AP) — The Melbourne Storm moved back into first place in Australia's National Rugby League with a 16-8 win Saturday over the defending champion North Queensland Cowboys.

Sri Lanka beat Australia by 106 runs in 1st test

Australia's Steve Smith plays a shot as Sri Lanka's Dinesh Chandimal watches on day five of their first test cricket match in Pallekele, Sri Lanka, Saturday, July 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena) PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka (AP) — Batsman Kusal Mendis' fighting maiden test hundred backed up by quality spin bowling from Rangana Herath and Lakshan Sandakan led Sri Lanka to only its second test victory against Australia on Saturday.


US judge rejects North Carolina voter ID law

A proposed new law in North Carolina would have required voters to show photo certain photo identification, which a judge ruled would have reduced registration of African Americans A US federal appeals court has struck down a voter identification law in the state of North Carolina that it said was aimed at limiting the turnout of black voters. For decades African-Americans have been loyal Democratic voters, and party officials believe that Republican governors are aiming to suppress their vote. Among other things, the North Carolina law required voters at the polls starting in 2016 to show certain photo IDs "which African Americans disproportionately lacked, and eliminated or reduced registration and voting access tools that African Americans disproportionately used," read judge Motz's ruling.


Man shot and killed after party in South Philadelphia

Man shot and killed after party in South Philadelphia A shooting victim has died after two men were taken into custody, a police chase and crash in South Philadelphia.


'Dozens of families' leave besieged Aleppo: Syria state news

Syrian government forces have surrounded rebel-held districts in eastern Aleppo since July 17, sparking fears for an estimated 250,000 people who live there Dozens of families left the besieged opposition-held east of Syria's Aleppo city on Saturday through a "humanitarian corridor" to the government-held west, Syria's official SANA news agency reported. The evacuations came 48 hours after regime ally Russia announced that three humanitarian passages would be opened to allow civilians and surrendering fighters to cross from the besieged rebel-held districts of the city to government territory. "This morning dozens of families left via the corridors identified... to allow the exit of citizens besieged by terrorist groups in the eastern neighbourhoods," SANA reported.


City officials: 3 dead, 1 hurt in shooting north of Seattle

MUKILTEO, Washington (AP) — Officials say a shooting at a suburban Seattle home has left three people dead and another person hurt, and that a suspect is in custody.

Toddler hospitalized after house fire in North Philadelphia

Toddler hospitalized after house fire in North Philadelphia A two-year-old child was sent to the hospital after suffering smoke inhalation in a house blaze in North Philadelphia.


Afghan official: Taliban capture district in Helmand

In this Sunday, July 24, 2016 photo, a U.S. military personal stands guard during a graduation ceremony in Lashkargah, capital of southern Helmand province, Afghanistan. An important district in Afghanistan's southern poppy-growing province of Helmand has fallen to Taliban control after heavy fighting that killed or wounded up to 20 police officers, an official said on Saturday. (AP Photos/Abdul Khaliq) KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — An important district in Afghanistan's southern poppy-growing province of Helmand has fallen under Taliban control after heavy fighting that killed around 17 police and wounded up to 10 others, an official said on Saturday.


Syrian civilians begin leaving rebel-held parts of Aleppo

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian state media is reporting that dozens of families have started leaving besieged rebel-held neighborhoods in the northern city of Aleppo after the government opened safe corridors for civilians and fighters who want to leave.

Bavaria governor criticizes Merkel's 'we will manage' mantra

BERLIN (AP) — Bavaria's governor is distancing himself from Chancellor Angela Merkel's mantra that "we will manage" the refugee crisis following several attacks in Germany, including two committed by asylum-seekers and claimed by the Islamic State group.

Armenia: 73 injured in clashes with riot police, 23 detained

Riot police run to confront anti-government protesters, supporters of the armed group who have been holed inside a police station, clash with police in Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 29, 2016. A spokesman for Armenia's police force says three more gunmen who have been barricaded inside a police station in the capital for nearly two weeks have been wounded in exchanges of gunfire. (Aram Kirakosyan/PAN Photo via AP) YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Armenian health officials say 73 people needed medical treatment after clashes between riot police and supporters of gunmen from an opposition group who have been barricaded inside a police station in the capital for nearly two weeks.


Teen released, 2 in custody following French church attack

PARIS (AP) — A French official says a teenager detained following the killing of an 85-year-old priest by a pair of jihadi attackers in northwest France has been released.

Two sisters shot dead in Pakistan 'honour' killings

Pakistani human rights activists protest in Islamabad against so-called "honour" killings A man killed his two sisters on the eve of their weddings in Pakistan's central Punjab province, police said Saturday, in the latest case of so-called "honour" killings in the country. Kosar and Gulzar Bibi, aged 22 and 28, were shot dead by 35-year-old brother Nasir Hussain on Friday as they prepared to marry men they had chosen themselves, senior police officer Mehar Riaz told AFP. Hussain objected to the love matches and had wanted the women to marry someone within the extended family, he added.


Yemen government withdraws from Kuwait talks with rebels

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen's government delegation has quit talks in Kuwait with Shiite Houthi rebels despite resuming them earlier this month.

The Latest: Pope meets girl whose artificial limbs he funded

Pope Francis greets faithful as he arrives at the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow, Poland, Saturday, July 30, 2016, on the fourth day of his visit to Poland. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — The Latest on the pope's visit to Poland (all times local):


Husband of UK woman killed in Pakistan calls for justice

Mukhtar Kazam, whose wife Samia Shahid was killed in Pakistan, displays her post-mortem report during a press conference in Rawalpindi The husband of a British woman who was killed in Pakistan has called for the UK and Pakistani governments to ensure his wife received justice, as he sought to keep the spotlight on so-called "honour" killings. Mukhtar Kazam presented at an emotional press conference a copy of the post-mortem report into his wife Samia Shahid's death, seen by AFP, which said the 28-year-old had marks on her neck, and suggested she had been strangled. Kazam has branded her death an "honour killing", a near daily occurrence in Pakistan in which a relative is murdered by another for bringing the family "dishonour".


Husband of UK woman killed in Pakistan calls for justice

Mukhtar Kazam, whose wife Samia Shahid was killed in Pakistan, displays her post-mortem report during a press conference in Rawalpindi The husband of a British woman who was killed in Pakistan has called for the UK and Pakistani governments to ensure his wife received justice, as he sought to keep the spotlight on so-called "honour" killings. Mukhtar Kazam presented at an emotional press conference a copy of the post-mortem report into his wife Samia Shahid's death, seen by AFP, which said the 28-year-old had marks on her neck, and suggested she had been strangled. Kazam has branded her death an "honour killing", a near daily occurrence in Pakistan in which a relative is murdered by another for bringing the family "dishonour".


Pope urges clergy to go into world and tend to needy

Pope Francis greets faithful as he arrives at the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow, Poland, Saturday, July 30, 2016, on the fourth day of his visit to Poland. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis encouraged his churchmen to leave their comfort zones and tend to the needy on the peripheries as he celebrated a Mass Saturday in a Polish church dedicated to St. John Paul II, the Polish pontiff whose staunch defense of workers' rights in the 1970s and 80s challenged his nation's then Communist rulers.


Security stepped up at Amsterdam airport following threat

Netherland's military police carry out additional patrols as passengers arrive at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport in on July 30, 2016 Security was stepped up in and around Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Saturday following a threat, local authorities said in a statement, adding that aviation was unaffected. "In a joint meeting of the mayor, public prosecution office, chief (of) Royal Military Police and the police of the municipality of Haarlemmermeer in consultation with the (anti-terrorist police) NCTV it was decided to take additional security measures," read a statement issued by the municipality in which the airport lies. "The airport and its surrounding area remain accessible and all operations can continue as usual," the statement said.


Security stepped up at Amsterdam airport following threat

Netherland's military police carry out additional patrols as passengers arrive at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport in on July 30, 2016 Security was stepped up in and around Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Saturday following a threat, local authorities said in a statement, adding that aviation was unaffected. "In a joint meeting of the mayor, public prosecution office, chief (of) Royal Military Police and the police of the municipality of Haarlemmermeer in consultation with the (anti-terrorist police) NCTV it was decided to take additional security measures," read a statement issued by the municipality in which the airport lies. "The airport and its surrounding area remain accessible and all operations can continue as usual," the statement said.


Still waters: U.S. to crack down on ocean noise that harms fish

Israeli gas platform is seen in the Mediterranean sea By Ian Simpson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The ocean has gotten noisier for decades, with man-made racket from oil drilling, shipping and construction linked to signs of stress in marine life that include beached whales and baby crabs with scrambled navigational signals. The United States aims to change that as a federal agency prepares a plan that could force reductions in noise-making activities, including oil exploration, dredging and shipping off the nation's coast. "We've been worried about ocean noise for decades, since the 1970s," said Richard Merrick, chief science adviser to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) fisheries agency and a key author of the agency's more detailed 10-year plan to be released publicly later this year.


North Korea sends close aide of Kim Jong Un to Rio

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Saturday sent a high-level delegation led by a top aide to leader Kim Jong Un to Rio de Janeiro for the upcoming Olympics, state media said.

Italian banking official: Stress test restores credibility

MILAN (AP) — The head of the Italian Banking Association says that the European stress test has restored credibility to the nation's banking sector.

Italian banking official: Stress test restores credibility

MILAN (AP) — The head of the Italian Banking Association says that the European stress test has restored credibility to the nation's banking sector.

Family hostage situation ends peacefully in Germantown

Family hostage situation ends peacefully in Germantown Police were on the scene of a hostage situation in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood.


UK and China regulators discuss framework for financial projects

The logo of the new Financial Conduct Authority is seen at the agency's headquarters in the Canary Wharf business district of London British and Chinese securities watchdogs are discussing an agreement that will pave the way for landmark financial services projects between the countries, sources said, easing fears that Britain could be a less attractive partner for such deals after last month's vote to leave the European Union. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) are cooperating on a regulatory framework for a scheme for distributing fund products in each other's jurisdiction and a proposed London-Shanghai link for trading shares, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said. Britain, home to the EU's biggest finance sector, has been pushing in recent years to deepen its financial services ties with China, which has agreed to these and other cross-border financial services schemes as part of the UK-China Economic and Financial Dialogue (EFD) program.


21 dead as floods hit bus carrying wedding party in Pakistan

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — Flash floods triggered by monsoon rains swept away a bus carrying a wedding party Saturday in northwest Pakistan, killing people 21 people, an official said.

German lawyer: Erdogan lawsuits in Germany remain in place

Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivers a speech commenting on those killed and wounded during a failed July 15 military coup, in Ankara, Turkey, late Friday, July 29, 2016. The government crackdown in the coup's aftermath has strained Turkey's ties with key allies including the United States. (AP Photo/Kayhan Ozer Presidential Press Service, via AP Pool) BERLIN (AP) — A German lawyer who has represented Turkey's president says lawsuits filed in Germany over alleged insults remain in place, despite Recep Tayyip Erdogan's announcement that he was dropping all suits against people charged with insulting him.


Niger extends state of emergency in Diffa region hit by Boko Haram

Niger has extended a state of emergency in the southeastern region of Diffa for three months after a series of attacks by Boko Haram, the government said late on Friday. Attacks by Boko Haram since late May have emptied the towns of Bosso and Yebi near the Nigeria border in the Lake Chad region. "Despite the various extensions of the state of emergency in the region of Diffa and bloody setbacks inflicted on it, the Boko Haram sect still continues to have a destructive capacity as evidenced by the recent attacks in Bosso," the government said in a statement.

The magic is back: Harry Potter play hits London stage

The front of the Palace Theatre in London which will be showing the play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child", inspired by the fictional boy wizard created by novelist J. K. Rowling Harry Potter fans were buzzing with excitement Saturday ahead of the opening gala of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child", a stage play that imagines the fictional boy wizard as a grown-up father of three. After nearly eight weeks of preview performances that received rave reviews from critics, the Palace Theatre in London throws open its doors to the general public for a new adventure in the saga that has captivated millions around the globe. Set 19 years after the events of Rowling's seventh and final book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", the play sees a grown-up Potter working at the Ministry of Magic.


Police arrest two suspected of plotting attack in Belgium

Belgian police have arrested two men "suspected of planning an attack" in the country, prosecutors say Belgian police arrested two men suspected of plotting a terror attack in Belgium as Europe remained on edge Saturday following a rising wave of jihadist bloodshed on the continent. Police arrested two men, identified as Noureddine H. and his brother Hamza H., after house searches late Friday in Belgium's French-speaking areas of Mons and Liege, federal prosecutors said. "Both are suspected of planning a terrorist attack somewhere in Belgium," a spokesman said in an English version of the statement.


Police arrest two suspected of plotting attack in Belgium

Belgian police have arrested two men "suspected of planning an attack" in the country, prosecutors say Belgian police arrested two men suspected of plotting a terror attack in Belgium as Europe remained on edge Saturday following a rising wave of jihadist bloodshed on the continent. Police arrested two men, identified as Noureddine H. and his brother Hamza H., after house searches late Friday in Belgium's French-speaking areas of Mons and Liege, federal prosecutors said. "Both are suspected of planning a terrorist attack somewhere in Belgium," a spokesman said in an English version of the statement.


Istanbul court releases hundreds of conscripts under arrest

A man walks is seen left behind a giant Turkish flag at Besiktas area in Istanbul, on Friday, July 29, 2016. The government crackdown in the coup's aftermath has strained Turkey's ties with key allies including the United States. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias) ISTANBUL (AP) — An Istanbul court has released hundreds of enlisted conscripts under arrest as part of the investigation into the July 15 abortive coup, the state-run Anadolu news agency says.


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