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EU, Ukraine, Russia to hold gas talks next week

Europe gets more than 30 percent of its gas from Russia, half of which transits through Ukraine Brussels (AFP) - The European Union will hold fresh talks with Russia and Ukraine next week to settle their ongoing dispute over gas deliveries, an EU official said on Friday.


Turkey opens border to Syrian Kurds: PM

A Syrian soldier stands at a Syrian-Turkish border crossing near the town of Kasab in the Latakia province on June 16, 2014 Ankara (AFP) - Turkey on Friday opened up its border to thousands of Syrian Kurds fleeing clashes with Islamic State (IS) insurgents in neighbouring Syria, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.


China hands drugmaker GSK record $489 million fine, sentences executives

The logo of GlaxoSmithKline is seen on its office building in Shanghai By Adam Jourdan and Ben Hirschler SHANGHAI/LONDON (Reuters) - China fined GlaxoSmithKline Plc a record 3 billion yuan ($490 million) on Friday for paying bribes to doctors to use its drugs, underlining the risks of doing business there while also ending a damaging chapter for the British drugmaker. A court in the southern city of Changsha also sentenced Mark Reilly, the former head of GSK in China, and other GSK executives to between two and four years in jail, according to state news agency Xinhua. ...


Iraq bombings kill at least 22

Iraqi onlookers and security forces stand next to burnt cars following a motorcycle bombing attack which killed at least 8 people in the northern city of Kirkuk on September 19, 2014 Baghdad (AFP) - Bombings in and near the Iraqi capital and a blast in the northern city of Kirkuk killed at least 22 people on Friday, security and medical officials said.


Turkey opens up border to Syrian Kurds: TV footage

A Syrian soldier stands at a Syrian-Turkish border crossing near the town of Kasab in the Latakia province on June 16, 2014 Ankara (AFP) - Turkey on Friday opened up its border to Syrian Kurds fleeing clashes with Islamic State (IS) insurgents in neighbouring Syria, local media reported.


U.S. strikes jihadist training camp as France to join air war

Iraqi policemen secure an area after government security forces and militia retook the city from Islamic State group jihadists in Dhuluiya on September 17, 2014 U.S. warplanes hit an Islamic State group training camp in Iraq Thursday in their first strike not directly supporting Iraqi or Kurdish forces as France announced it will join the air war.


2-time Grand Slam winner Li Na retires from tour

FILE - In this Jan. 25, 2014 file photo, Li Na of China holds the championship trophy after defeating Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia in their women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia. Li, a two-time Grand Slam champion from China who took tennis in Asia to a new level, announced her retirement on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File) BEIJING (AP) — Relying on fitness and a strong baseline game, Li Na reached the pinnacle of tennis and lifted the level of the sport in Asia to unprecedented heights.


Russian minister says likely Exxon, Rosneft halt operations in Arctic

SOCHI Russia (Reuters) - Russia's natural resources minister said on Friday that it was highly likely that U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil Corp and its Russian counterpart Rosneft had halted operations in the Kara Sea due to Western sanctions over Ukraine. "I have heard information about the possibility of such an event, the suspension of drilling, but I have not been officially informed of that ... The probability is high, it's most likely to have been stopped," Sergei Donskoi, the minister, told journalists. "Rosneft started to drill ahead of time ... ...

Russia may use up to $7.8 bln from fund to help energy champions -Tass

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia may prop up energy companies Rosneft and Novatek with up to $3.9 billion each from its National Wealth Fund, a reserve of oil proceeds set up to buoy the country's pension system. Russia's government has promised to support those companies which, under EU and U.S. sanctions over Ukraine, are unable to access Western markets. Rosneft and Novatek, both run by allies of President Vladimir Putin, have signaled they will need help, with Rosneft asking for $40 billion. ...

Dollar, pound surge in Asia after Scotland vote

The British pound hit a two-year euro peak on Friday, but trimmed gains as official results showed that Scotland has rejected independence, in line with early indications Tokyo (AFP) - The pound rallied against major currencies Friday as Scotland rejected independence from the United Kingdom, while the dollar closed in on the 110 yen level for the first time in more than six years.


Kremlin to 'protect Russian cyberspace from unpredictable West'

A man looks at a computer monitor displaying a web page with a map of Russia and a black screen in Moscow on March 4, 2012 Moscow (AFP) - Russia is considering measures to protect its cyberspace from the "unpredictable" West, President Vladimir Putin's spokesman said on Friday after a newspaper said Moscow was contemplating unplugging the Internet during protests or war.


Kremlin to 'protect Russian cyberspace from unpredictable West'

A man looks at a computer monitor displaying a web page with a map of Russia and a black screen in Moscow on March 4, 2012 Moscow (AFP) - Russia is considering measures to protect its cyberspace from the "unpredictable" West, President Vladimir Putin's spokesman said on Friday after a newspaper said Moscow was contemplating unplugging the Internet during protests or war.


Sierra Leone begins 3-day Ebola lockdown

A charity worker, center, from the GOAL Ireland humanitarian agency, educates children on how to prevent and identify the Ebola virus in their communities at Freetown, Sierra Leone, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. Shoppers crowded streets and markets in Sierra Leone's capital on Thursday stocking up for a three-day shutdown that authorities will hope will slow the spread of the Ebola outbreak that is accelerating across West Africa. (AP Photo/ Michael Duff) FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Thousands of health workers began knocking on doors across Sierra Leone on Friday in search of hidden Ebola cases with the entire West African nation locked down in their homes for three days in an unprecedented effort to combat the deadly disease.


Scotland referendum: Live Report

Pro-union supporters celebrate as Scottish referendum polling results are announced at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh Edinburgh (AFP) - 10:35 GMT - AFP IS CLOSING THIS LIVE REPORT after Scots rejected independence in a referendum that left the 300-year-old union between Scotland and England intact but the United Kingdom heading for a major shake-up that will give more autonomy to its constituent nations.


Some consumers say Apple is losing its 'cool' factor

People try out the newly released iPhone 6 at the Apple store in Berlin By Malathi Nayak SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Holly Riggle, a 29-year-old white-collar worker from Ohio, is just the kind of everyday customer Apple Inc would love to have for its new iPhone 6, which launches Friday. But Riggle is sticking to her Android smartphone, calling Apple less ”original” than it was under former chief executive Steve Jobs. She's one of the 16 percent of respondents in a Reuters/Ipsos poll who said Apple had become somewhat or much less cool in the last two years. By comparison, some 11 percent of respondents said that Android had lost some sheen in the same time frame. ...


France strikes Islamic State group's depot in Iraq

French president Francois Hollande delivers a speech during a press conference, on September 18, 2014 at the Elysee palace in Paris PARIS (AP) — Joining U.S. forces acting in Iraqi skies, France conducted its first airstrikes Friday against the militant Islamic State group, destroying a logistics depot that it controlled, Iraqi and French officials said.


China fines GlaxoSmithKline $492M for bribery

FILE - In this July 11, 2013 file photo, a woman enters an office of GlaxoSimthKline in Beijing. Drug maker GlaxoSmithKline was fined $492 million on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014 for bribing doctors in China in the biggest such penalty ever imposed by a Chinese court. The court sentenced the company's former China manager, Briton Mark Reilly, and four Chinese co-defendants to prison but postponed the sentences for two to four years, suggesting they may never be served. The court said it granted leniency because the defendants confessed. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan, File) BEIJING (AP) — Drug maker GlaxoSmithKline was fined $492 million on Friday for bribing doctors in China in the biggest such penalty ever imposed by a Chinese court.


Top Asian News at 11:00 a.m. GMT

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Islamic State plot to carry out random beheadings in Sydney alleged by police is a simple and barbaric scheme that has shaken Australians. But terrorism experts on Friday questioned whether the ruthless movement had the capacity or inclination to sustain a terror campaign so far from the Middle East. Police said they thwarted such a plot by detaining suspects and raiding more than a dozen properties across Sydney on Thursday.

Hundreds of Syrian Kurds fleeing Islamic State gather on Turkish border

Turkish security forces stand guard as Syrians wait behind the border fences near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province By Seyhmus Cakan DIKMETAS Turkey (Reuters) - Close to a thousand Syrian Kurds gathered on the border seeking to cross into Turkey on Friday after Islamic State fighters seized 21 villages and besieged a Kurdish city in northern Syria, a Reuters witness said. The crowd of mostly women and children sat behind a barbed wire barrier along the border opposite the Turkish village of Dikmetas, 20 km (12 miles) from the Syrian Kurdish city of Ayn al-Arab, known as Kobani in Kurdish. ...


Police: American suspect confesses in Bali killing

FILE - In this Aug. 13, 2014 file photo, an Indonesian police officer escorts Tommy Schaefer, left, as he is brought to the police station for questioning in relation to the death of his girlfriend's mother, in Bali, Indonesia. Heather Mack, 19, and her boyfriend Schaefer, 21, both from Chicago, were arrested in Bali on Aug. 13, a day after the body of Sheila von Wiese-Mack was found in a suitcase inside the trunk of a taxi at the St. Regis Bali Resort. The American man on Indonesia’s Bali island has confessed that he killed his girlfriend’s mother in a luxury hotel, and the girlfriend has acknowledged helping him stuff the body into a suitcase, Indonesian police said Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati, File) BALI, Indonesia (AP) — An American man has confessed that he killed his girlfriend's mother in a luxury hotel on Indonesia's Bali island, and the girlfriend has acknowledged helping him stuff the body into a suitcase, police said Friday.


Scotland: Who won? Who lost?

No supporters for the Scottish independence referendum celebrate an early result at a No campaign event at a hotel in Glasgow, Scotland, early Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. From the capital of Edinburgh to the far-flung Shetland Islands, Scots embraced a historic moment - and the rest of the United Kingdom held its breath - after voters turned out in unprecedented numbers for an independence referendum that could end the country's 307-year union with England. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) LONDON (AP) — Who won and who lost in Scotland's independence referendum?


3 French students struck by gunfire on school trip

PARIS (AP) — French officials say a mentally ill man opened fire on a group of students with a hunting rifle during a high school trip, wounding three — one of them seriously.

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Sistani says Iraq needs outside help to fight Islamic State

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's most important Shi'ite religious leader Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani endorsed international intervention against Islamic State in the country on Friday, following U.S. and French air strikes, but called for strict guidelines. "Even if Iraq is in need of help from its brothers and friends in fighting black terrorism, maintaining the sovereignty and independence of its decisions is of the highest importance," Sistani's spokesman Sheikh Abdul Mehdi Karbala'i said during a Friday sermon. Sistani speaks for millions of Iraqis and has a worldwide following. ...

High school football player jumped at Spring Garden playground

High school football player jumped at Spring Garden playground Authorities say a high school football player was jumped after practice at a playground in Spring Garden.


3 hurt, including 2 firefighters, in massive warehouse fire in Kensington

3 hurt, including 2 firefighters, in massive warehouse fire in Kensington Three people, including 2 Philadelphia firefighters, have been injured in a massive warehouse fire in Kensington.


Zambia president: 'I am not dead'

Zambian President Michael Sata gestures upon arrival at Solwezi airport before addressing supporters at an election campaign meeting on September 10, 2014 Lusaka (AFP) - Zambia's elusive President Michael Sata made a rare public appearance Friday, opening a new session of parliament and declaring "I am not dead."


Zambia president: 'I am not dead'

Zambian President Michael Sata gestures upon arrival at Solwezi airport before addressing supporters at an election campaign meeting on September 10, 2014 Lusaka (AFP) - Zambia's elusive President Michael Sata made a rare public appearance Friday, opening a new session of parliament and declaring "I am not dead."


PHOTOS: Kensington warehouse fire

PHOTOS: Kensington warehouse fire Philadelphia firefighters battled a massive fire that consumed a vacant commercial building and a paper storage facility.


British business welcomes Scotland staying in UK

An observer watches the count take place at the Royal Highland Centre counting hall in Edinburgh on September 19, 2014 London (AFP) - Britain's business community breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after Scotland voted by a clear margin to remain in the United Kingdom.


SAP buys expenses software maker Concur for $7.3 billion

Logo of German company SAP is pictured at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover By Harro Ten Wolde FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's SAP has agreed to buy U.S. expenses software maker Concur for $7.3 billion in cash, strengthening its position in cloud computing but sending its shares down almost 3 percent on concern over the price. SAP has been slow to embrace cloud computing, which allows businesses to cut costs by ditching bulky servers for network-based systems, but the Concur deal announced late on Thursday accelerates its growth in the cloud while protecting its position in travel and expenses management. ...


Poland picks new foreign minister in reshuffle

Poland's Prime Minister-designate Ewa Kopacz arrives for the presentation of the ministers of her cabinet, in Warsaw Poland, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. The new Polish government will be sworn in on Monday Sept. 22. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz) WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland's prime minister-designate on Friday named a new foreign minister to replace Radek Sikorski, who has been vocal internationally on the conflict in Ukraine.


Scotland rejects independence in historic referendum

Pro-Union supporters celebrate as Scottish referendum polling results are announced at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 19, 2014 Edinburgh (AFP) - Scots rejected independence on Friday in a referendum that left the centuries-old United Kingdom intact but headed for a major shake-up that will give more autonomy to both Scotland and England.


Scotland rejects independence in historic referendum

Pro-Union supporters celebrate as Scottish referendum polling results are announced at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 19, 2014 Edinburgh (AFP) - Scots rejected independence on Friday in a referendum that left the centuries-old United Kingdom intact but headed for a major shake-up that will give more autonomy to both Scotland and England.


Kostner skips doping hearing in Schwazer case

FILE - In this Feb. 20, 2014 file photo, Carolina Kostner of Italy celebrates during the flower ceremony after finishing third in the women's free skate figure skating finals at the Iceberg Skating Palace during the 2014 Winter Olympics, in Sochi, Russia. Former figure skating world champion Carolina Kostner risks punishment for skipping a hearing before Italian authorities in Rome on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, investigating whether she was complicit in doping by her former boyfriend and Olympic race walking champion Alex Schwazer. Kostner, the 2014 Olympic bronze medalist and 2012 world champion, was to be asked by CONI about allegations that she told prosecutors in Bolzano she helped Schwazer evade a test and knew he slept with a banned altitude machine. Kostner risks a ban of up to four years from all sports activities in Italy. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, file) ROME (AP) — Former figure skating world champion Carolina Kostner risks punishment for skipping a hearing on Friday before Italian authorities investigating whether she was complicit in doping by her former boyfriend and Olympic race walking gold medalist Alex Schwazer.


South Africa sees sharp jump in murder rate

Armoured police vehicle are deployed on May 10, 2014 in Alexandra township in Johannesburg Pretoria (AFP) - The murder rate in crime-plagued South Africa rose to almost 47 killings a day in the past year, according to damning police statistics released Thursday.


Dempsey lauds French airstrike against militants

In this Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 photo, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Speaking to a small group of reporters after meeting with his French counterpart on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 in Paris, Dempsey said it will take three or four months to begin the $500 million training program, which the House approved on Wednesday and sent to the Senate, where members of both parties predicted easy passage. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) CAEN, France (AP) — The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, says the U.S. appreciates France's airstrike against Islamic State militants.


Dempsey lauds French airstrike against militants

In this Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 photo, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Speaking to a small group of reporters after meeting with his French counterpart on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 in Paris, Dempsey said it will take three or four months to begin the $500 million training program, which the House approved on Wednesday and sent to the Senate, where members of both parties predicted easy passage. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) CAEN, France (AP) — The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, says the U.S. appreciates France's airstrike against Islamic State militants.


UN rights chief: Migrant deaths may be mass murder

In this image made available from the UNHCR on Monday Sept. 15, 2014 a Syrian refugee in Valetta Saturday Sept. 13, 2014 shows an image of his young daughter who drowned while the vessel on which they fled their war torn country sank in the Mediterranean sea . The couple lost all of their three children in the accident. Since the start of 2014, more than 2,500 asylum seekers have perished trying to cross the Mediterranean. (AP Photo/Pete Muller/Prime for UNHCR) GENEVA (AP) — The deaths of up to 500 migrants and refugees in an intentional boat-ramming in the Mediterranean Sea last week could be an act of mass murder, the U.N. rights chief said Friday, calling for nations to properly investigate the incident.


Spain welcomes Scots' 'no' but Catalans undaunted

A young boy waves a Basque flag past a Scottish one during a meeting called by pro independence Basque political parties coalition Bildu to support the Scottish referendum, in Bilbao on September 18, 2014 Arenys de Munt (Spain) (AFP) - The Spanish government on Friday welcomed Scotland's "No" vote on independence, but Catalans set on breaking away from Spain vowed to push on for their own ballot on self-rule.


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