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Israelis skeptical of PM's Gaza victory claim

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he speaks during a press conference at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. Israel's prime minister declared victory Wednesday in the recent war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, saying the military campaign had dealt a heavy blow and a cease-fire deal gave no concessions to the Islamic militant group.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner) JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claim that Israel achieved a "great military and political" victory over Hamas in the latest round of fighting in the Gaza Strip has met with skepticism from many Israelis, according to a poll published Thursday.


PM urges Scotland to stay as business chiefs clash on independence

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a Downing Street press conference on June 19, 2014 British Prime Minister David Cameron heads to Scotland Thursday to make the business case for it remaining part of Britain as 200 business leaders signed an open letter backing independence. Questions over whether Scotland's economy could go it alone have been at the heart of the campaign -- with a rival group of 130 captains of industry claiming Wednesday that independence would be "bad for business". Scotland votes in three weeks' time on whether to become a separate country after over 300 years of union with the rest of the United Kingdom. The "Yes" and "No" camps have traded statistics and accusations on everything from whether Scotland could keep using the pound to what share of Britain's national debt it should take on if it broke away.


PM urges Scotland to stay as business chiefs clash on independence

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a Downing Street press conference on June 19, 2014 British Prime Minister David Cameron heads to Scotland Thursday to make the business case for it remaining part of Britain as 200 business leaders signed an open letter backing independence. Questions over whether Scotland's economy could go it alone have been at the heart of the campaign -- with a rival group of 130 captains of industry claiming Wednesday that independence would be "bad for business". Scotland votes in three weeks' time on whether to become a separate country after over 300 years of union with the rest of the United Kingdom. The "Yes" and "No" camps have traded statistics and accusations on everything from whether Scotland could keep using the pound to what share of Britain's national debt it should take on if it broke away.


Strategic Ukraine town under rebel control

Members of the OSCE examine the scene of a shelling in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. The Obama administration accused Russia on Wednesday of orchestrating a new military campaign in Ukraine, helping rebel forces expand their fight in the country's east and sending tanks, rocket launchers and armored vehicles toward communities elsewhere. (AP Photo/Mstislav Chernov) NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine (AP) — The strategically positioned southeastern Ukraine town of Novoazovsk appears firmly under the control of Russia-backed separatists as concerns grow about the opening of a new front in the Ukraine conflict.


Exclusive: Microsoft CEO Nadella to visit China amid antitrust probe - source

Nadella, Microsoft Corp chief executive, attends the unveil event of the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 in New York By Gerry Shih and Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella is set to visit China in late September, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday, as the Chinese government conducts an antitrust investigation into the world's largest software company. It is not clear if Nadella, who took over as Microsoft CEO in February, will meet with any Chinese government representatives as part of his visit, or try to resolve issues with the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC), one of China's antitrust regulators.


Undersea search for Malaysian plane refined

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The massive undersea search area for a missing Malaysian airliner in the southern Indian Ocean could be extended farther south based on new satellite analysis, only weeks before the multimillion dollar, yearlong sonar hunt for wreckage is due to begin, officials said Thursday.

Top Asian News at 8:30 a.m. GMT

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The search area for a missing Malaysian airliner in the southern Indian Ocean has been refined based on the latest analysis, while the investigation into how the plane came to crash cannot proceed until the wreckage and black boxes are recovered, officials said Thursday. Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said analysis of a failed attempted satellite phone call from Malaysia Airlines to Flight 370, which disappeared March 8, "suggests to us that the aircraft might have turned south a little earlier than we had previously expected."

China Huarong says Goldman, Warburg, others to buy $2.4 billion stake

A man walks in front of China Life headquarters building at Beijing's Financial Street HONG KONG (Reuters) - China Huarong Asset Management Co Ltd, the country's biggest bad-debt manager, said on Thursday regulators have approved a deal for it to sell a 20.98 percent stake to a consortium of eight investors for 14.5 billion yuan ($2.4 billion). The deal for new shares in the company is to raise funds for Huarong ahead of a planned initial public offering, Reuters reported in July. The consortium includes China Life Insurance (Group) Co , U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus [WP. ...


US says Russia 'directly involved' in Ukraine fighting

A pro-Russian militant speaks on the phone as he secures the area around a burnt car in downtown Donetsk, eastern Ukraine on August 27, 2014 The United States on Thursday accused Russia of being "directly involved" in fighting in war-torn east Ukraine, after rebels appeared to seize swathes of territory from retreating government forces. "An increasing number of Russian troops are intervening directly in fighting on Ukrainian territory," US ambassador to Kiev Geoffrey Pyatt wrote on Twitter. "Russia has also sent its newest air defense systems including the SA-22 into eastern Ukraine and is now directly involved in the fighting," he said. After weeks of government offensives that have seen troops push deep into the last rebel bastions, the tide appeared to be turning once again in the four-month conflict, prompting a nervous government in Kiev to call on NATO for help.


US says Russia 'directly involved' in Ukraine fighting

A pro-Russian militant speaks on the phone as he secures the area around a burnt car in downtown Donetsk, eastern Ukraine on August 27, 2014 The United States on Thursday accused Russia of being "directly involved" in fighting in war-torn east Ukraine, after rebels appeared to seize swathes of territory from retreating government forces. "An increasing number of Russian troops are intervening directly in fighting on Ukrainian territory," US ambassador to Kiev Geoffrey Pyatt wrote on Twitter. "Russia has also sent its newest air defense systems including the SA-22 into eastern Ukraine and is now directly involved in the fighting," he said. After weeks of government offensives that have seen troops push deep into the last rebel bastions, the tide appeared to be turning once again in the four-month conflict, prompting a nervous government in Kiev to call on NATO for help.


Man dies after multiple shooting in Northeast Philadelphia

Man dies after multiple shooting in Northeast Philadelphia Police say a 34-year-old man was shot multiple times and died from his injuries in Northeast Philadelphia early Thursday morning.


France rules out Assad as partner in terror fight

PARIS (AP) — French President Francois Hollande has ruled out an international partnership with Syria's leader to fight against the Islamic State group, saying any alliance with Bashar Assad would play into the militants' hands.

Michel Platini won't run against Sepp Blatter

MONACO (AP) — Michel Platini will not challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency.

JAL to buy 32 Mitsubishi Regional Jets, order 15 Embraer aircraft

An employee of Japan Airlines works next to the company logo at Haneda Airport in Tokyo TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan Airlines said on Thursday that it will buy as many as 32 Mitsubishi Regional Jets and will order 15 regional aircraft from Brazil's Embraer SA with options to purchase as many as 12 more. Japan Airlines in a release said it will deploy the MRJs on domestic routes from 2021. (Reporting by Tim Kelly; Editing by Ryan Woo)


Ukrainian PM Yatseniuk asks U.S., EU and G7 to freeze Russian assets

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk appealed to the United States, European Union and G7 countries on Thursday to freeze Russian assets until Russian forces withdraw from Ukrainian territory. At a government meeting, Yatseniuk asked "the U.S., and EU, G7 countries to freeze Russian assets and finances until Russia withdraws armed forces, equipment and agents." He also said the finance ministry would sell $340 million to the central bank to support reserves and help stabilize the hryvnia. ...

Dubai port operator H1 profits up 26 percent

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Dubai-based port operator DP World said Thursday its profit rose 26 percent in the first half of the year as it was able to process more cargo thanks to new capacity and a pick-up in global trade.

Dubai port operator H1 profits up 26 percent

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Dubai-based port operator DP World said Thursday its profit rose 26 percent in the first half of the year as it was able to process more cargo thanks to new capacity and a pick-up in global trade.

Testimony wrapping up in former Va. governor trial

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, center, answers reporters' questions as he leaves the Federal Courthouse in Richmond with his daughter Rachel McDonnell, left, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. On the right is one of McDonnell's lawyers, Daniel Small. McDonnell and his wife, Maureen McDonnell, have been on trial under federal corruption charges. (AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch, P. Kevin Morley) RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The jury is set to hear from the final witness in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.


Russian-backed separatists enter southeast Ukraine town

Train wagons are seen on the destroyed railway bridge which collapsed during the fighting between the Ukrainian army and pro-Russian separatists, over a main road leading to the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk Separatists backed by Russian soldiers have entered the town of Novoazovsk in southeastern Ukraine, a pro-government militia fighter said on Thursday. A military source said the separatist forces had also taken Savur-Mohyla, a hill east of Donetsk which gives strategic command over large areas of the territory. The sudden reverses for the Ukrainian military appeared to confirm the arrival of Russian forces to support the separatists, who have in recent weeks been under pressure from government forces in their strongholds of Donetsk and Luhansk, the east's two main cities.


India urges millions of poor to open bank accounts

NEW DELHI (AP) — India's state-owned banks are conducting a massive campaign to open millions of accounts for the poor.

India urges millions of poor to open bank accounts

NEW DELHI (AP) — India's state-owned banks are conducting a massive campaign to open millions of accounts for the poor.

Omaha police bullet kills 'Cops' film crew member

Frame grabs from security video showing an armed robbery at a Wendy's restaurant in Omaha is displayed during a news conference at police headquarters in Omaha, Neb., Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. Bryce Dion, a sound technician with the “Cops” television show who was embedded with Omaha police, was killed on Tuesday during an armed robbery at a Wendy's fast-food restaurant. The armed robber was shot and died as well. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik) OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — When the call came from an officer who needed help facing an armed robber at a fast-food restaurant, two members of a reality television show riding along with Omaha police hustled to record the confrontation.


Japan's Abe eyes more women in cabinet; ministers may struggle to make mark

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe smiles during a news conference at the presidential palace in Bogota By Linda Sieg TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is likely to boost the number of female ministers when he reshuffles his cabinet next week in a show of commitment to promoting women, but the appointees may struggle to convince skeptics they are more than tokens. Abe has made a push to get more women into the workforce to fill gaps due to an aging, shrinking population a linchpin of his "Abenomics" growth plan. Wooing women voters could also help Abe's overall ratings. The prime minister saw his popularity dented more among women than men after easing the limits of Japan's pacifist constitution on the military in July, although his overall support rates have since rebounded to around 50 percent.


A flavor out of favor: Dog meat fades in S. Korea

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, a chef and owner Oh Keum-il of Daegyo, the dog meat restaurant, shows how to cook for dog meat at her restaurant in Seoul, South Korea. When she was in her twenties, Oh traveled around South Korea to learn dog meat recipes from each region. During a period of South Korean reconciliation with North Korea early last decade, she went to Pyongyang as part of a business delegation and tasted a dozen different dog dishes, from dog stew to dog taffy, all served lavishly at the Koryo, one of the North’s best hotels. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — For more than 30 years, chef and restaurant owner Oh Keum-il built her expertise in cooking one traditional South Korean delicacy: dog meat.


A flavor out of favor: Dog meat fades in S. Korea

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, a chef and owner Oh Keum-il of Daegyo, the dog meat restaurant, shows how to cook for dog meat at her restaurant in Seoul, South Korea. When she was in her twenties, Oh traveled around South Korea to learn dog meat recipes from each region. During a period of South Korean reconciliation with North Korea early last decade, she went to Pyongyang as part of a business delegation and tasted a dozen different dog dishes, from dog stew to dog taffy, all served lavishly at the Koryo, one of the North’s best hotels. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — For more than 30 years, chef and restaurant owner Oh Keum-il built her expertise in cooking one traditional South Korean delicacy: dog meat.


What to watch at US Open: Bellis, 15, back at it

Catherine Bellis, of the United States, reacts after a point against Dominika Cibulkova, of Slovakia, during the first round of the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings) NEW YORK (AP) — American teen CiCi Bellis returns to action at the U.S. Open on Thursday, two days after becoming the youngest player to win a match in the tournament since 1996.


Ukraine rebel leader says Russian soldiers in their ranks: Russian state TV

East Ukrainian pro-Russian separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko said serving Russian soldiers, on leave from their posts, are fighting Ukrainian troops alongside the rebels, Russian state television reported. "Among us are fighting serving soldiers, who would rather take their vacation not on a beach but with us, among brothers, who are fighting for their freedom," said Zakharchenko in an interview posted on Vesti.ru, the Internet site of a Russian state television station.

German joblessness up slightly in August, rate steady at 6.7 percent

The entrance of the Jobcenter in Eichstaett BERLIN (Reuters) - German unemployment posted a small but unexpected increase in August but the jobless rate held steady at just 6.7 percent, the Labour Office said on Thursday, suggesting the job market in Europe's largest economy remains intact. The number of people out of work increased by 1,000 to 2.901 million, seasonally-adjusted data showed. The mid-range forecast in a Reuters poll had been for a drop of 5,000. (Reporting by Michelle Martin)


Top Asian News at 8:00 a.m. GMT

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The search area for a missing Malaysian airliner in the southern Indian Ocean has been refined based on the latest analysis, while the investigation into how the plane came to crash cannot proceed until the wreckage and black boxes are recovered, officials said Thursday. Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said analysis of a failed attempted satellite phone call from Malaysia Airlines to Flight 370, which disappeared March 8, "suggests to us that the aircraft might have turned south a little earlier than we had previously expected."

France's Hollande says 'unacceptable' if Russian troops in Ukraine

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande said on Thursday that it would be "intolerable and unacceptable" if it was proved true that Russian troops had entered Ukrainian territory. "Europe will maintain (sanctions), even increase them if the escalation increases. I don't want it because it is neither in Russia's nor our interest," Hollande told an annual conference of French diplomats in Paris. "Russia cannot hope to be a 21st century power yet not respect the rules." (Reporting By John Irish; Editing by Andrew Callus)

Pakistani cleric says talks with government failed

Pakistan's Muslim cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri announces the failure of negotiations with the government, in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. A Cabinet minister on Wednesday urged Pakistan's two key opposition figures leading mass rallies outside parliament to back off their demand for the prime minister's resignation in ongoing talks with the government. The call by Railways Minister Saad Rafiq came as authorities and the two opposition leaders — cricket-star-turned-politician Imran Khan and fiery cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri — were set to continue negotiations later Wednesday. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash) ISLAMABAD (AP) — A fiery Pakistani cleric who has been leading a mass rally outside parliament demanding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's resignation says he has "shut the door" on further talks with the government.


What to watch in Basketball World Cup group stage

The U.S. and Spain played a pair of classics in the last two Olympic gold-medal games — the Americans winning both — and fans would love to see them meet again in the FIBA World Cup of Basketball.

Santa Fe city council votes to decriminalizes marijuana

A young cannabis plant grows at The Joint Cooperative in Seattle, Washington By Joseph Kolb ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - Santa Fe on Wednesday became the latest U.S. The Santa Fe City Council voted five to four in favor of revising a law classifying possession of less than one ounce (28 grams) of marijuana as a misdemeanor. Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales cast a dissenting vote on Wednesday, despite supporting the change, saying he thought the issue should have been put to the public. Emily Kaltenbach, New Mexico state director for the drug-law reform group Drug Policy Alliance, had also hoped for a broader vote, but said: "It still is an historic win for us all." Kaltenbach said activists obtained some 11,000 signatures and that her internal polling showed more than 70 percent of Santa Fe residents supported decriminalization.


Santa Fe city council votes to decriminalizes marijuana

A young cannabis plant grows at The Joint Cooperative in Seattle, Washington By Joseph Kolb ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - Santa Fe on Wednesday became the latest U.S. The Santa Fe City Council voted five to four in favor of revising a law classifying possession of less than one ounce (28 grams) of marijuana as a misdemeanor. Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales cast a dissenting vote on Wednesday, despite supporting the change, saying he thought the issue should have been put to the public. Emily Kaltenbach, New Mexico state director for the drug-law reform group Drug Policy Alliance, had also hoped for a broader vote, but said: "It still is an historic win for us all." Kaltenbach said activists obtained some 11,000 signatures and that her internal polling showed more than 70 percent of Santa Fe residents supported decriminalization.


France's Hollande says Assad cannot be ally in fight against Islamic State

French President Francois Hollande said on Thursday that opposition forces fighting Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq should have the support of the West, adding that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad could not be an ally to fight jihadists. "There is no choice to be made between two barbarisms." In a text provided ahead of Hollande's speech to an annual conference of French ambassadors, the president also added: "To fight Islamic State, the international community must also arm opposition forces who are fighting it." Hollande said France would increase its support to Iraqi groups and reiterated calls for an international conference to help coordinate international action against Islamic State.

Spanish economy expands by 0.6% in Q2: official data

A general view of central Madrid, pictured on November 5, 2013 Spain's economy grew by 0.6 percent in the second quarter compared with output in the previous three months, the fastest rate since 2007, the national statistics office said on Thursday in a further sign of recovery from recession. The Spanish economy, the eurozone's fourth-largest, grew by 1.2 percent over 12 months, following four consecutive quarters of expansion, the statistics office said in a statement. It is Spain's best quarterly growth figure since the final three-month period of 2007, when the economy grew by 0.7 percent.


Correction: Thailand-Six-Legged Livestock story

In this photo taken Aug. 5, Boontham Puthachat, 47, holds a two-month old cricket he raises at his farm in Thanon Nang Klarn village in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeastern Thailand. Boontham’s family is one of 30 in this village raising mounds of the profitable crisp and crunchy critters in their backyards, satisfying a big domestic appetite for edible insects, and a slowly emerging international one in countries where most diners would rather starve than sample fried grasshoppers or omelets studded with red ant eggs. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) THANON NANG KLARN, Thailand (AP) — In a story Aug. 25 about insects being raised for food around the world, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the first cricket farm in the United States will open this year in Youngstown, Pennsylvania. The farm is in Youngstown, Ohio, and is now operating.


Correction: Thailand-Six-Legged Livestock story

In this photo taken Aug. 5, Boontham Puthachat, 47, holds a two-month old cricket he raises at his farm in Thanon Nang Klarn village in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeastern Thailand. Boontham’s family is one of 30 in this village raising mounds of the profitable crisp and crunchy critters in their backyards, satisfying a big domestic appetite for edible insects, and a slowly emerging international one in countries where most diners would rather starve than sample fried grasshoppers or omelets studded with red ant eggs. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong) THANON NANG KLARN, Thailand (AP) — In a story Aug. 25 about insects being raised for food around the world, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the first cricket farm in the United States will open this year in Youngstown, Pennsylvania. The farm is in Youngstown, Ohio, and is now operating.


FTSE slips 0.09% at open

The FTSE 100 index edges down 0.09 percent to 6,824.60 points in opening trade London (AFP) - London's leading share index slipped at the start of trading on Thursday following losses in Asian markets and after closing up the previous day.


Singaporean football fixer who blew millions has 'no regrets'

File photo of dancers performing at the closing ceremony for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal claims to have fixed football games at the event Notorious Singaporean football match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal has said he has "no regrets" despite gambling away the millions he earned through rigging nearly 100 games worldwide over two decades. In a wide-ranging interview with CNN, Perumal said he earned "five to six million dollars" from influencing "80-100" matches in his two-decade fixing career. I had a good time," Perumal said in the interview, published late Wednesday on the CNN website. Perumal, who claims he influenced top-tier games including those at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the Atlanta Olympics in 1994, said there was little guilt involved in being a match-fixer.


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