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Town near damaged Japan nuclear plant lifts evacuation order
5 Sep 2015 | 4:44 am
NARAHA, Japan (AP) — Japan's government on Saturday lifted a 4 1/2-year-old evacuation order for the northeastern town of Naraha that had sent all of the town's 7,400 residents away following the disaster at the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant.
China backs Putin's idea of developing Russia's Far East
5 Sep 2015 | 4:43 am
By Katya Golubkova VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (Reuters) - Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang said on Saturday that Russia's push to revamp its run-down Far East region coincided with Beijing's strategy, backing President Vladimir Putin's drive for new sources of growth. At the Eastern Economic Forum in the Pacific Port of Vladivostok on Friday, Putin promised favorable business conditions and state support to Asian and domestic investors willing to come to Russia's most remote land. "The Far East development strategy coincides with China's strategy of north-east rebirth," Wang said.
UN sees Libya talks entering final mile, eyes Sept. 20 deal
5 Sep 2015 | 4:35 am
By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - Talks aimed at uniting Libya's two warring governments are entering the final stretch and there is hope of signing a deal on Sept. 20, the U.N. Special Representative for Libya Bernardino Leon said on Friday. "We really have a chance to reach a final agreement in the coming days and we cannot afford, Libya cannot afford, to miss this opportunity," Leon told reporters. Leon met negotiators from Libya's General National Congress (GNC) for five hours on Friday and said he expected to hold a new round of talks next Wednesday, which diplomats said would take place in Skhirat in Morocco.
Migrants stream into Austria, swept west by overwhelmed Hungary
5 Sep 2015 | 4:34 am
By Krisztina Than and Karin Strohecker HEGYESHALOM, Hungary/VIENNA (Reuters) - Thousands of exhausted migrants streamed into Austria on Saturday, bussed to the border by a Hungarian government that gave up trying to stop them as Europe’s asylum system buckled under pressure from the sheer numbers reaching its frontiers. After days of confrontation and chaos, Hungary’s right-wing government deployed dozens of buses to take migrants from Budapest and pick up over 1,000 others – many of them refugees from the Syrian war – who had set off doggedly by foot on Friday down the main highway to Vienna. Austria said it had agreed with Germany that it would allow the migrants access, waiving the rules of an asylum system brought to breaking point by Europe’s worst refugee crisis since the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s.
Four Libyan soldiers killed in clashes with Islamic State in the east
5 Sep 2015 | 4:33 am
Heavy clashes broke out between Islamic State and army units loyal to the country's official government near the eastern city of Derna on Friday, killing four soldiers, military officials said. Three soldiers were also wounded during fighting with Islamic State fighters outside Derna, a city east of Benghazi, military officials said. The conflict is part of chaos gripping Libya, which has fragmented into two governments and parliaments allied to former rebel groups that helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
Woman football coach will be Mayweather's guest at fight
5 Sep 2015 | 4:28 am
Jen Welter, who blazed a trail for women as a coaching intern with the NFL's Arizona Cardinals, confirmed Friday she's accepted Floyd Mayweather's invitation to his fight against Andre Berto. "Yes the rumors are true," Welter tweeted after TMZ reported Mayweather's invitation. Unbeaten Mayweather is looking to take his record to 49-0 on September 12 in Las Vegas, in what he vows will be his last fight.
Morocco's PAM party, Islamists win most seats in local vote -results
5 Sep 2015 | 4:27 am
A political party formed by a close associate of Morocco's king secured most seats in local elections on Friday, closely followed by the ruling Islamist party which also won in major cities, according to preliminary results. Moroccans voted on Friday in elections seen as a test for the ruling Islamists Justice and Development Party, or PJD, in the first ballot for local and regional assemblies since the king introduced reforms to ease protests in 2011. The interior ministry said with votes for 80 percent of seats nationwide counted, the Authenticity and Modernity Party, or PAM, won 20 percent followed by the PJD with 17 percent, but the Islamists had won in major cities such as Casablanca, Tangiers, Rabat and Agadir.
The Latest: First train carrying migrants arrives in Munich
5 Sep 2015 | 4:24 am
Germany expects up to 10,000 refugees on Saturday via Hungary: police
5 Sep 2015 | 4:09 am
German police said on Saturday officials were expecting up to 10,000 refugees during the day after Austria and Germany agreed with Hungary to allow migrants to cross their borders. "We don't have reliable figures yet, but we are expecting between 5,000 and 10,000 refugees today," police spokesman Stefan Sonntag told Reuters on Saturday. A train from Austria carrying several hundred refugees is expected to arrive in Munich around noon.
Islamists dominate cities in Morocco local elections
5 Sep 2015 | 4:03 am
RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Morocco's Islamist party dominated this North African kingdom's urban areas in local elections, but lost out in total seats to a party created by an associate of the king, according to preliminary results announced early Saturday.
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