Butler County Times Gazette
Updated at 7:34 AM

PARIS (AP) " Belgium's Federal Prosecution Office says that the terror group that struck Brussels on March 22 initially planned to launch a second attack on France.

Updated at 7:19 AM

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) " The developer of the world's tallest building in Dubai says it plans to build an even taller tower in the Mideast commercial hub.

Updated at 7:12 AM

SEATTLE (AP) " Washington officials promised they were working quickly to increase security at the state's psychiatric hospitals after a week in which two patients escaped and another two went missing.

Updated at 7:04 AM

HONOLULU (AP) " The men rescued in this tale of three castaways were not named Tom Hanks, or Gilligan, or Robinson Crusoe. Though they might as well have been.

Updated at 7:03 AM

STOCKHOLM (AP) " Swedish police say they are searching for a suspected arsonist believed to have torched a Muslim school before making off in a car that almost ran over a police officer.

Updated at 6:50 AM

RIO VISTA, Calif. (AP) " Three women and two toddlers were killed when their small car slammed into an oncoming pickup truck on a two-lane highway in Northern California.

Updated at 6:14 AM

SEATTLE (AP) " The Seattle-area family of a U.S. citizen released from captivity by the Syrian government said they were grateful for efforts by the U.S. government over the past three years to secure his freedom.

Updated at 6:13 AM

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, India (AP) " A massive fire broke out during a fireworks display in a Hindu temple in south India early Sunday, killing more than 100 people and injuring at least 200 others, officials said.

Updated at 5:28 AM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " Police in San Francisco say they're looking for a 2-year-old girl whose mother was found killed.

Updated at 5:16 AM

HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) " Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized countries are meeting in the western Japanese city of Hiroshima on Sunday and Monday.

Updated at 4:45 AM

BOSTON (AP) " The editorial board of The Boston Globe is using a satirical front page to express its uneasiness with a potential Donald Trump presidency.

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