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U.S. manufacturing growth continues apace in September: Markit

Robotic arms spot welds on the chassis of a Ford Transit Van under assembly at the Ford Claycomo Assembly Plant in Claycomo NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in September, matching the previous month's growth rate, which had been the fastest in more than four years, while employment levels among goods producers rose to a two-and-a-half-year high, an industry report showed on Tuesday. Financial data firm Markit said its preliminary or "flash" U.S. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index was unchanged from August's reading of 57.9, the highest since April 2010. Economists polled by Reuters expected it to edge up to 58. A reading above 50 signals expansion in economic activity. ...


New Libyan cabinet win confidence vote

CAIRO (AP) — Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni said Parliament has given a vote of confidence to his 10-member cabinet,.

David puts on a squash clinic for Olympic watchers

Saurav Ghosal of India, left, and Kuwait's Abdullah Al Muzayen compete during their men's singles squash final match at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. Al Muzayen won the gold medal. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara) INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Nicol David has done just about everything she can to win over the Olympic movers and shakers.


Britain close to joining U.S.-led air strikes against Islamic State-sources

MANCHESTER England (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron may announce as early as Wednesday that Britain is ready to join air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and that he plans to seek parliament's approval for such action, government sources said on Tuesday. Cameron hasn't yet decided whether Britain would take part in strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria because of legal issues, one source said, and any announcement on Iraq would be to join strikes in principle and not herald immediate action. (Editing by Jeremy Gaunt)

iPhone 6 in final stage of approval for China, says regulator

CNET The new iPhone is closer to getting the thumb's up for sales to start in China, according to a government regulator interviewed by Chinese Internet portal Tencent.>


Egypt refers 8 to trial for inciting debauchery

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's prosecutor general referred eight men to trial on charges of inciting debauchery after a viral video surfaced showing what authorities claim is a gay wedding.

Exclsuive: Kazakhstan balanced between Ukraine and post-NATO Afghanistan

By Daniel Bases NEW YORK (Reuters) - Looking at the neighborhood around Kazakhstan on a spinning globe, the Central Asian nation's foreign minister sees both partnerships and peril in the form of the Russian-Ukraine crisis and the coming NATO pullout from Afghanistan by year end. Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov used the globe in the country's Mission to the United Nations on Monday to illustrate the geopolitical conditions it faces, with perhaps the biggest influence coming from Russia, its former Soviet overlord, to the north. ...

France won't stop fight in Iraq despite kidnapping

FILE - In this May 8, 2012 file photo shows the snow capped peaks of the Djura Djura mountains in the rugged Berber-speaking Kabylie region of Algeria , 75 miles (120 kilometers) east of Algiers. A splinter group from al-Qaida's North African branch kidnapped a French citizen and said Monday Sept.22, 2014 that it would kill him unless France halts it airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq. In a video that appeared on social media, a masked member of a group calling itself Jund al-Khilafah, or Soldiers of the Caliphate, addressed the threat to French President Francois Hollande and said the hostage would be killed unless the airstrikes were halted within 24 hours. (AP Photo/Paul Schemm, File) ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian police and soldiers combed the imposing Djura Djura mountains on Tuesday searching for a kidnapped Frenchman that a security official said had been snatched by a former al-Qaida commander.


US, Arab allies strike IS jihadists in Syria

A fighter from the al-Qaeda group in the Levant, Al-Nusra Front, climbs down from a destroyed building in Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp, south of Damascus on September 22, 2014 Damascus (AFP) - The United States and its Arab allies unleashed deadly bomb and missile strikes on jihadists in Syria on Tuesday, opening a new front in the battle against the Islamic State group.


UN to leaders: Set 'new course' on climate change

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon is challenging more than 100 world leaders at a climate summit to set a new course for a warming world and reverse the rise of heat-trapping gases.

Wall St opens lower after strikes in Syria

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday, putting the S&P on pace for a third straight fall, as conflict in the Middle East intensified and after the U.S. Treasury moved to curb "tax inversion" deals. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 41.16 points, or 0.24 percent, to 17,131.52, the S&P 500 lost 5.29 points, or 0.27 percent, to 1,989 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 11.91 points, or 0.26 percent, to 4,515.78. (Reporting by Chuck Mikolajczak; Editing by Nick Zieminski)


Ghana files arbitration suit over border dispute with Ivory Coast

ACCRA (Reuters) - Ghana has filed an arbitration suit under the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea in a bid to resolve its maritime border dispute with Ivory Coast, Ghana's Minister of Communications Edward Omane Boamah told Reuters on Tuesday. The countries have never officially agreed on the boundary, and their maps of territorial waters overlap. Any settlement to the long-running dispute could smooth the way for oil and gas exploration in the zone. "Our main goal is to have a peaceful settlement so that we can continue to maintain the good neighborliness at all times," Boamah said. ...

Spain scraps plan for tough abortion restrictions

Anti-abortion activists hold banners reading "Rajoy: Will you betray me?" and "Life is sacred" during a protest in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Anti-abortion activists staged demonstrations in Madrid and other Spanish cities in a bid to pressure the government not to drop plans to introduce a reform that would seriously limit women's chances of having abortions. News reports say the government has decided to scrap the much-promised reform because of the widespread opposition it has roused. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki) MADRID (AP) — The Spanish government has scrapped plans to restrict the availability of abortion because there was no consensus for change, the prime minister said Tuesday.


Russia proposes curbs for foreign media ownership

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's parliament has given preliminary approval to a bill limiting foreign ownership in Russian media to 20 percent.

U.S. eyes persistent air campaign in Syria, pace to vary: officials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and Arab allies will wage a persistent air campaign against Islamic State targets in Syria, but the pace of future strikes will vary and depend on available targets, U.S. officials told Reuters on Tuesday. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, estimated that just over 20 targets were hit in Syria in the first day of bombings earlier on Tuesday that targeted Islamic State fighters and a separate al Qaeda-linked group. U.S. airstrikes against Islamic State forces had previously been restricted to targets in Iraq. ...

Hollande says France to offer $1 billion to climate fund for poor

France's President Hollande attends a joint news conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday announced that France will contribute $1 billion to a near-empty global fund to help poor countries adapt to the effects of climate change as he addressed the United Nation's summit on climate change. "France will contribute a billion dollars over the next few years," he said. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had said he wants more than 120 world leaders to make "bold pledges" about climate change at the New York summit but few developed countries have offered funds. ...


Magazine: German-US reporter held in Somalia freed

BERLIN (AP) — German weekly Der Spiegel says a German-American journalist who was kidnapped in Somalia two years ago has been freed.

Residents flee Raqqa after U.S.-led air strikes: witnesses

By Mariam Karouny BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hundreds of residents fled Syria's northern city of Raqqa after U.S. warplanes struck positions held by Islamic State (IS) militants in the city, two witnesses there said on Tuesday. "There is an exodus out of Raqqa as we speak. It started in the early hours of the day after the strikes. People are fleeing towards the countryside," one resident who goes by the name of Abo Mohamad told Reuters by telephone. The U.S.-led coalition has carried out at least twenty strikes inside Raqqa province, a stronghold of the Islamic State group. ...

Top Asian News at 1:30 p.m. GMT

BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese court imposed a life sentence Tuesday on a moderate scholar who championed the country's Uighur minority, the most severe penalty in a decade for anyone in China convicted of illegal political speech. The Urumqi People's Intermediate Court handed down the sentence after convicting Ilham Tohti of separatism in a two-day trial, lawyer Li Fangping said by telephone from outside the courthouse. The court didn't answer calls seeking information about the trial.

Brazil's Rousseff edges ahead of Silva in election poll

Combination file pictures of Brazil's presidential candidates Silva of the Brazilian Socialist Party and Rousseff of the Workers' Party BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Dilma Rousseff has a slight lead over her main rival Marina Silva in a runoff that is expected to decide Brazil's presidential election next month, a new opinion poll showed on Tuesday. Rousseff would have 42 percent of the votes against 41 percent for Silva if the runoff were held today, a one percentage-point advantage that amounts to a statistical tie as it is within the margin of error of the survey by polling firm MDA. Silva, a popular environmentalist, was leading by almost three percentage points in the previous MDA poll two weeks ago. ...


Obama admin creates Korean land mine exception

WASHINGTON (AP) — Three months after announcing its intention to ban land mines, the Obama administration is carving out an exception for its stockpile on the Korean Peninsula.

Owner pins report on Ray Rice camp

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti responded to an ESPN report into the team's handling of Ray Rice's domestic abuse case, saying that a significant amount of information in the story was "manufactured" from accounts provided by Rice's inner circle.

US, Arab allies hit IS strongholds in Syria, Iraq

In this image made from video released by the U.S. Navy on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, missiles bound for Syrian Islamic State group targets are launched off of a U.S. Navy ship. U.S. officials said the airstrikes began around 8:30 p.m. EDT (0030 GMT) Monday, and were conducted by the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy via AP video) WASHINGTON (AP) — Combined U.S.-Arab airstrikes hit Islamic State group military strongholds in Syria and Iraq as a simultaneous U.S. strike attacked an al-Qaida cell of hardened veterans with "significant explosives skills" said to be plotting attacks on the U.S. and Western interests, the U.S. military said.


US, Arab allies hit IS strongholds in Syria, Iraq

In this image made from video released by the U.S. Navy on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, missiles bound for Syrian Islamic State group targets are launched off of a U.S. Navy ship. U.S. officials said the airstrikes began around 8:30 p.m. EDT (0030 GMT) Monday, and were conducted by the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy via AP video) WASHINGTON (AP) — Combined U.S.-Arab airstrikes hit Islamic State group military strongholds in Syria and Iraq as a simultaneous U.S. strike attacked an al-Qaida cell of hardened veterans with "significant explosives skills" said to be plotting attacks on the U.S. and Western interests, the U.S. military said.


Ebola cases to explode without drastic action: WHO

Geneva (AFP) - The number of Ebola infections is set to explode unless the response is radically intensified, the WHO warned on Tuesday, predicting tens of thousands of cases by the end of the year.

Britain's opposition Labour party pledges tobacco levy if it wins power next year

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Miliband listens to speakers during the party's annual conference in Manchester, northern England MANCHESTER England (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour party said on Tuesday it would introduce a U.S.-style "sin tax" on tobacco manufacturers if it wins a national election next year. The fee, which was unveiled ahead of Labour leader Ed Miliband's speech to his party's annual conference, would be based on firms' market share and would be aimed at raising at least 150 million pounds, the party said in an advance briefing note. (Reporting by William James; Editing by Andrew Osborn)


Jeep veers off mountain road in Nepal; 11 dead

KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Police say a jeep has veered off a mountainous road in western Nepal, killing 11 people.

Nadal's coach criticizes female Davis Cup captain

FILE - In this March 10, 2004 file photo, Gala Leon of Spain celebrates her victory over Tatiana Panova of Russia at the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells, Calif. In a statement released Sunday Sept. 21, 2014, the Spanish tennis federation says it has appointed former WTA player Gala Leon as captain of its David Cup team, replacing Carlos Moya, who stepped down as captain after Spain fell out of the World Group. Rafael Nadal's coach and uncle, Toni Nadal has criticized the appointment of a woman as the captain of Spain's Davis Cup team telling Onda Cero radio "it is preferable that (the Davis Cup captain) is someone with a background in the world of men's tennis."(AP Photo/Laura Rauch, File) BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Rafael Nadal's coach criticized the appointment of a woman as the captain of Spain's Davis Cup team on Tuesday, arguing there are substantial differences between the men's and women's games.


Apple: iOS 8 flavors 46% of devices seen at the App Store

Apple/screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET In this data snapshot, the new version of iOS was spotted on almost half of all devices that checked in at Apple's App Store on Sunday.>


Iran's Rouhani says ties with Saudis deserve to be warmer

Rouhani addresses the audience during a meeting in Ankara NEW YORK (Reuters) - The relationship between Iran and Saudi Arabia deserves to be better, though differences between the two Middle Eastern states appear to be narrowing, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday. "Our relationship with Saudi Arabia ... deserves to be warmer," Rouhani told a group of senior editors in New York ahead of the annual gathering of world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly. "Saudi Arabia's positions are getting closer and closer to us." Rouhani added that he had no plans to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama while in New York this week. ...


Ram advances to 2nd round at Malaysian Open

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Rajeev Ram of the United States moved into the second round of the Malaysian Open by beating Australian qualifier Omar Jasika 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 Tuesday.

When losing hurts worse than winning feels good

Hunter Mahan, right, and Zach Johnson of the US walk along the 7th fairway with their caddies during a practice round ahead of the Ryder Cup golf tournament at Gleneagles, Scotland, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. (AP Photo/Scott Heppell) GLENEAGLES, Scotland (AP) — Jim Furyk is the only player in the last 25 years to experience both ends of emotion in that moment the Ryder Cup is over. He knows how empty it feels to lose the decisive game. And he has been soaked in a celebration of champagne.


Russia will add 80 new warships to Black Sea Fleet: fleet commander

By Vladimir Soldatkin NOVOROSSIYSK Russia (Reuters) - Russia will increase its Black Sea fleet with more than 80 new warships by 2020 and will complete a second naval base for the fleet near the city of Novorossiysk by 2016, its commander said on Tuesday. In comments made to President Vladimir Putin as he visited the port city, Vice Admiral Alexander Vitko said a second Black Sea base was needed in addition to the main base on the Crimea peninsula annexed from Ukraine because of NATO expansion. "Eighty ships and other vessels are expected to arrive (in Novorossiysk) before 2020. ...

Fraternities to train members to help stop assault

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eight college fraternities announced Tuesday an effort to work together on new training aimed at combating sexual misconduct, hazing and binge drinking.

Real Madrid, Ronaldo top AP football poll

Juventus's Carlos Tevez celebrates after scoring during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Juventus at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) Cristiano Ronaldo's hat trick in Real Madrid's 8-2 thrashing of Deportivo La Coruna helped the pair hold off Lionel Messi and Barcelona to take leading player and team of the week honors in the AP global football poll on Tuesday.


Microsoft sets 9/29 as new date for Xbox One launch in China

Microsoft sets 9/29 as new date for Xbox One launch in China Following an earlier cancellation of today's launch, Microsoft resets the release date for the console in 37 cities in China for $600.>


U.S. and Arabs allies launch first strikes on fighters in Syria

An Islamic State militant stands next to residents as they hold pieces of wreckage from a Syrian war plane after it crashed in Raqqa, in northeast Syria By Phil Stewart and Tom Perry WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - The United States and its Arab allies bombed Syria for the first time on Tuesday, killing scores of Islamic State fighters and members of a separate al Qaeda-linked group, opening a new front against militants by joining a three-year-old civil war. U.S. Central Command said Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates participated in or supported the strikes against Islamic State targets around the eastern cities of Raqqa, Deir al-Zor, Hasakah and Albu Kamal. ...


Some Syrian rebels fear U.S. strikes will help Assad

By Dasha Afanasieva and Suleiman Al-Khalidi ISTANBUL/AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian rebels affiliated with the main Western-backed opposition said on Tuesday they worried U.S. air strikes on Islamic State militants could benefit President Bashar al-Assad. While the main opposition coalition welcomed the strikes, several commanders contacted by Reuters said the campaign against Islamic State could backfire if it allowed forces loyal to Assad to fill the vacuum on the ground. ...

Idaho woman charged with felony over chewed seat

SANDPOINT, Idaho (AP) — A northern Idaho woman has been charged with a felony after police say she chewed up the upholstery of a patrol car seat.

Yemen leader warns of 'civil war' as rebels control capital

A Yemeni Shiite Huthi anti-government rebel holds a position at an army base which they captured without resistance just hours before the signing a UN-brokered peace agreement in Sanaa on September 22, 2014 Sanaa (AFP) - President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi warned Tuesday of "civil war" in Sunni-majority Yemen and vowed to restore state authority as Shiite rebels appeared to be in near-total control of the capital.


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