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Updated at 9:56 AM

LONDON (AP) " British police and spies will get new powers to comb through citizens' online activity under a new law regulating cyber-snooping.

Updated at 9:55 AM

DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) " Syria's state news agency and activists say government troops have wrested control from Islamic State militants of a major road linking the contested northern province of Aleppo with the country's central provinces.

Updated at 9:53 AM

JOHANNESBURG (AP) " A new chief ranger has been appointed at South Africa's biggest national park, a major tourist attraction whose managers are struggling to stem record levels of rhino poaching.

Updated at 9:48 AM

LONDON (AP) " North Korea says the United States needs to end its "nuclear-based threats and blackmail" and respond to the North's recent diplomatic overture to formally end the decades-old Korean conflict. Fighting ended in 1953 without a peace...

Updated at 9:48 AM

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) " Volkswagen shares are falling after the company said it had understated carbon dioxide emissions for 800,000 cars, widening its scandal over cheating on U.S. diesel emissions tests.

Updated at 9:43 AM

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Updated at 9:24 AM

LONDON (AP) " Danny Boyle admits "Steve Jobs" is a hard sell.

Updated at 9:23 AM

SEATTLE (AP) " Thirty-seven people in the Pacific Northwest have fallen ill with E. coli in an outbreak connected to Chipotle Mexican restaurants.

Updated at 9:22 AM

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) " Divisions within Asia over China's claims in the disputed South China Sea spilled over Wednesday to a meeting of U.S. and Asian defense ministers, where China insisted the group make no public mention of the strategic...

Updated at 8:57 AM

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) " Just two years ago, Kentucky Democrats boasted a deep bench of three young stars who aligned to prove the party could still win in the conservative South with a message focused on the economy and jobs instead of abortion and...

Updated at 8:51 AM

JUBA, South Sudan (AP) " A cargo plane taking off from the South Sudanese capital of Juba crashed along the shore of the Nile River, killing at least 25 people.

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