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Syria believes it's on way to military victory

Syria's Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem waves after addressing the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow) UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Syria's top diplomat told the world's nations Saturday that his country's belief in military victory is greater now because the army "is making great strides in its war against terrorism" with support from Russia, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah fighters.


Puerto Rico power utility restores service

Vehicle lights illuminate a street after a massive blackout, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. Puerto Ricans faced another night of darkness Thursday as crews slowly restored electricity a day after a fire at a power plant caused the aging utility grid to fail and blacked out the entire island. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti) SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Electricity was restored to most of Puerto Rico by Saturday following a rare, island-wide blackout caused by a power plant fire, the territory's power utility said Saturday. Less than 20,000 clients remained without power in some parts of San Juan and other urban areas.


Pakistan survive West Indies late charge for 16-run victory

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Pakistan withstood Sunil Narine's late charge to beat the West Indies by 16 runs in the second Twenty20 international and win their three-match series on Saturday with a match to spare.

Syria at UN says confident of military victory

Syrians run for cover during reported government air strikes in the rebel-held town of Douma, east of the capital Damascus Syria told the United Nations on Saturday that its belief in a military victory was "even greater" because the army was making "great strides" on the ground, with help from Russia, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem took the podium at the General Assembly as air strikes pounded Aleppo and diplomatic efforts to end the five-year war were deadlocked. "Our belief in victory is even greater now that the Syrian Arab Army is making great strides in its war against terrorism, with the support of the true friends of the Syrian people, notably the Russian Federation, Iran and the Lebanese national resistance," Muallem said.


Syria at UN says confident of military victory

Syrians run for cover during reported government air strikes in the rebel-held town of Douma, east of the capital Damascus Syria told the United Nations on Saturday that its belief in a military victory was "even greater" because the army was making "great strides" on the ground, with help from Russia, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem took the podium at the General Assembly as air strikes pounded Aleppo and diplomatic efforts to end the five-year war were deadlocked. "Our belief in victory is even greater now that the Syrian Arab Army is making great strides in its war against terrorism, with the support of the true friends of the Syrian people, notably the Russian Federation, Iran and the Lebanese national resistance," Muallem said.


Johnson, Chappell tied for Tour Championship lead

Dustin Johnson hits from the tee on the 14th hole during the third round of play at the Tour Championship golf tournament at East Lake Golf Club on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore) ATLANTA (AP) — Dustin Johnson made one mistake that suddenly put some intrigue into the final day of the PGA Tour season — the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.


Text of Obama's remarks at museum dedication

President Barack Obama speaks during the opening ceremony of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) WASHINGTON (AP) — Text of President Barack Obama's remarks on Saturday at the dedication of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, as provided by the White House.


Gabon at UN urges support following Bongo's re-election

People hold a banner and photos during a demonstration of Gabonese associations in Marseille, southern France on September 24, 2016 to protest against the validation of reelection of Gabon's president Ali Bongo Gabon's foreign minister on Saturday used his address at the United Nations to call on world governments to help rebuild his country's unity after the contested re-election of President Ali Bongo. "Rebuilding ties and the unity of the country is what is required at this moment," Foreign Minister Emmanuel Isozet Ngondet told the General Assembly.


Gabon at UN urges support following Bongo's re-election

People hold a banner and photos during a demonstration of Gabonese associations in Marseille, southern France on September 24, 2016 to protest against the validation of reelection of Gabon's president Ali Bongo Gabon's foreign minister on Saturday used his address at the United Nations to call on world governments to help rebuild his country's unity after the contested re-election of President Ali Bongo. "Rebuilding ties and the unity of the country is what is required at this moment," Foreign Minister Emmanuel Isozet Ngondet told the General Assembly.


Elephants divide meeting aimed at saving species

A man drives a pick-up truck carrying a mock rhino during a demonstration marking the opening of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild, Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Johannesburg on September 24, 2016 The world's biggest conference on the international wildlife trade got underway Saturday in Johannesburg, but African countries lashed out at Western charities for "dictating" how they should protect their elephants. Over the next 12 days thousands of conservationists and top government officials will thrash out international trade regulations aimed at protecting different species. A booming illegal wildlife trade has put huge pressure on an existing treaty signed by more than 180 countries -- the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).


Rooney-less United wins; Wenger joy as Arsenal beats Chelsea

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney during the warm up before the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Leicester City at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira) LONDON (AP) — By reeling off a sixth successive English Premier League victory on Saturday, Manchester City underlined just how formidable it is under Pep Guardiola.


Video demand dominates 5th day of protests in Charlotte

Protesters raises their fists as they march in the streets of Charlotte, N.C. Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, over Tuesday's fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton) CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Amid anxiety and unease over the police shooting of a black man, demonstrations in Charlotte have gone from violent to peaceful, although demands to see video of the encounter remain at the forefront of discussions for those taking to the streets.


Netanyahu to meet Clinton and Trump during U.S. visit: sources

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers remarks at the Hudson Institute's Herman Kahn Award Ceremony at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, New York, U.S. JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is currently visiting the United States, will separately meet U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday, campaign sources and Israeli officials said. The meetings will take place a day before Clinton and Trump face off in a first presidential debate but no details of where or when the meetings will take place were immediately available. Netanyahu traveled to the United States this week to address the U.N. General Assembly and met U.S. President Barack Obama and a number of other world leaders. ...


Netanyahu to meet Clinton and Trump during U.S. visit: sources

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers remarks at the Hudson Institute's Herman Kahn Award Ceremony at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, New York, U.S. JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is currently visiting the United States, will separately meet U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday, campaign sources and Israeli officials said. The meetings will take place a day before Clinton and Trump face off in a first presidential debate but no details of where or when the meetings will take place were immediately available. Netanyahu traveled to the United States this week to address the U.N. General Assembly and met U.S. President Barack Obama and a number of other world leaders. ...


LIVE VIDEO: Charlotte police release statement on shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott

LIVE VIDEO: Charlotte police release statement on shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott Watch breaking news coverage on 6abc.com.


Man charged with hitting mayor with pie is released on bail

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A man who was charged with assault and battery after Sacramento, California, Mayor Kevin Johnson was hit in the face with a pie has been released from jail after bail was posted.

Colombia rebel leaders travel to Cartagena for peace signing

Rodrigo Londono, also known as Timochenko, the top leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, raises his fist as he boards a helicopter in Yari Plains, southern Colombia, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. Londono and Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos are expected to sign a peace accord to end a more than five decades civil conflict in the Caribbean city of Cartagena on Sept. 26. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan) YARI PLAINS, Colombia (AP) — Top Colombian rebel leaders have begun leaving the country's remote plains for the Caribbean city of Cartagena, where they will sign a peace accord with the government next week.


Clinton server tech told FBI of colleagues' worries about system

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton walks inside of her campaign plane as she flies back to White Plains, U.S. By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - A technician hired by Hillary Clinton to run the private email system she used while U.S. secretary of state told investigators he tried to pass on colleagues' concerns that the system might not comply with records laws, FBI interview summaries show. Bryan Pagliano, the technician Clinton hired when she joined the State Department in 2009, told federal investigators he relayed the concerns to Cheryl Mills, then Clinton's chief of staff. Mills, whose lawyer did not respond to requests for comment, has previously testified under oath she could not recall anyone alerting her to potential problems with Clinton's email arrangement.


Campaign mega-donors spill on why they open their wallets

Big-time givers offer insight to why they poor millions into super PACs at Texas Tribune Festival.

Snapchat to offer camera-equipped sunglasses in first hardware push

A billboard displays the logo of Snapchat above Times Square in New York NEW YORK (Reuters) - Snap Inc, the newly renamed parent company of messaging app Snapchat, plans to start selling camera-equipped sunglasses starting this fall, Chief Executive Evan Spiegel told the Wall Street Journal in an interview. The sunglasses, dubbed Spectacles, will be sold via limited distribution for about $130, said Spiegel, who described the device as a toy. The first hardware to be sold by Snap, the sunglasses will record video from the user's perspective in 10-second increments that can be synched with his or her smart-phone. ...


Wenger celebrates 20 years at Arsenal by beating Chelsea 3-0

Arsenal's Theo Walcott celebrates after scoring his side's second goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium in London, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) LONDON (AP) — For once, a landmark game for Arsene Wenger wasn't spoiled by Chelsea, and this time it was Arsenal humiliating its London rival.


South Sudan rebel chief urges armed resistance to Juba govt

South Sudan's Vice President Taban Deng Gai addresses the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly, at U.N. headquarters, Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle) KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A top South Sudanese opposition leader called Saturday for armed resistance to the government in Juba — a stance that suggests the troubled Central African nation could face a renewed civil war in the near future.


Eighteen killed in Islamic State attack north of Iraq's Tikrit

By Ghazwan Hassan TIKRIT, Iraq (Reuters) - Eighteen people, including two children, were killed on Saturday when militants shot at a checkpoint north of Tikrit and then set off two bombs at the entrance to the Iraqi city in attacks later claimed by Islamic State. It was the first such assault since Tikrit, 150 km (95 miles) north of Baghdad, was retaken from the ultra-hardline jihadist group in April 2015. One militant was killed at the checkpoint after shooting dead five security personnel and two young civilian bystanders at around 5 a.m., according to police and sources from Salahuddin Operations Command, which is responsible for security in the area.

IS gun, suicide bomb attacks kill 12 in Iraq's Tikrit

Tikrit, located 160 kilometres (100 miles) north of Baghdad, was the second city to fall to IS in 2014 as the jihadists swept through large areas north and west of the capital Militants killed 12 people in gun and bomb attacks on Saturday in the northern city of Tikrit, police said, with the Islamic State group later claiming responsibility for the violence. IS seized Tikrit in June 2014, but the city has largely been spared the attacks that have plagued other parts of the country since its recapture last year. Police officers said that militants shot dead four security personnel at a checkpoint on the west side of the city, then continued north and detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle at another checkpoint, killing eight more people.


IS gun, suicide bomb attacks kill 12 in Iraq's Tikrit

Tikrit, located 160 kilometres (100 miles) north of Baghdad, was the second city to fall to IS in 2014 as the jihadists swept through large areas north and west of the capital Militants killed 12 people in gun and bomb attacks on Saturday in the northern city of Tikrit, police said, with the Islamic State group later claiming responsibility for the violence. IS seized Tikrit in June 2014, but the city has largely been spared the attacks that have plagued other parts of the country since its recapture last year. Police officers said that militants shot dead four security personnel at a checkpoint on the west side of the city, then continued north and detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle at another checkpoint, killing eight more people.


Correction: Tangled Whales-Crabbing story

FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2016, file photo, a whale breaches close to the Harbor Breeze Cruises La Espada whale watching boat off the coast of San Pedro section of Los Angeles. California Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, that he signed legislation meant to bring down the record numbers of whales getting caught in fishing gear meant for Dungeness crabs, causing unknown numbers of the entangled mammals to drown or starve. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File) SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In a story Sept. 23 about a bill to protect whales from fishing gear for Dungeness crab, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of an environmental group that backed the legislation. The group is the Center for Biological Diversity, not the Center for Environmental Diversity.


Correction: Tangled Whales-Crabbing story

FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2016, file photo, a whale breaches close to the Harbor Breeze Cruises La Espada whale watching boat off the coast of San Pedro section of Los Angeles. California Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, that he signed legislation meant to bring down the record numbers of whales getting caught in fishing gear meant for Dungeness crabs, causing unknown numbers of the entangled mammals to drown or starve. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File) SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In a story Sept. 23 about a bill to protect whales from fishing gear for Dungeness crab, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of an environmental group that backed the legislation. The group is the Center for Biological Diversity, not the Center for Environmental Diversity.


UAE says Iran wasted no time in undermining regional security

UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan delivers a speech during a visit at the Louvre museum in Paris UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates said on Saturday Iran had wasted no time in undermining regional security since it sealed a nuclear deal with world powers last year. "Against all optimistic expectations, Iran wasted no time in continuing its efforts to undermine the security of the region, through aggressive rhetoric, blatant interference, producing and arming militias, developing its ballistic missile program, in addition to its alarming designation as a state sponsor of terrorism," UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed told the annual U.N. ...


The Latest: Might Trump invite Gennifer Flowers to debate?

Democratic vice presidential candidate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va. meets with a participate in the 65th annual Chickahominy Indian Tribe Fall Festival, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Charles City, Va. (AP Photo/Alan Suderman) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the 2016 presidential campaign (all times EDT):


Arsenal thrash Chelsea as United win without Rooney

Arsenal's defender Shkodran Mustafi (L) slides in to tackle Chelsea's midfielder Nemanja Matic (2L) at the Emirates Stadium in London on September 24, 2016 Arsenal overpowered London rivals Chelsea 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday to mark Arsene Wenger's 20th anniversary as Gunners boss in style. Earlier, Manchester United thrashed defending Premier League champions Leicester City 4-1 to vindicate manager Jose Mourinho's decision to drop Wayne Rooney while Manchester City maintained their perfect start with a 3-1 win at Swansea City.


Syria's Aleppo reels from air strikes, UN chief 'appalled'

A Syrian boy awaits treatment at a make-shift hospital following air strikes on rebel-held eastern areas of Aleppo Residents in Syria's battleground city of Aleppo cowered indoors Saturday as fierce air strikes toppled buildings and killed at least 45 civilians, after diplomatic efforts to revive a ceasefire failed. Nearly two million civilians were left without water in the devastated northern city after regime bombardment damaged a pumping station and rebels shut down another in retaliation, the United Nations said. UN chief Ban Ki-moon said he was "appalled by the chilling military escalation" since the Syrian army on Thursday announced the launch of an offensive backed by Russian air raids to oust rebels from eastern Aleppo that has cost around 100 lives.


Syria's Aleppo reels from air strikes, UN chief 'appalled'

A Syrian boy awaits treatment at a make-shift hospital following air strikes on rebel-held eastern areas of Aleppo on September 24, 2016 Residents in Syria's battleground city of Aleppo cowered indoors Saturday as fierce air strikes toppled buildings and killed at least 45 civilians, after diplomatic efforts to revive a ceasefire failed. Nearly two million civilians were left without water in the devastated northern city after regime bombardment damaged a pumping station and rebels shut down another in retaliation, the United Nations said. UN chief Ban Ki-moon said he was "appalled by the chilling military escalation" since the Syrian army on Thursday announced the launch of an offensive backed by Russian air raids to oust rebels from eastern Aleppo that has cost around 100 lives.


Fire truck and minivan collide in Wilmington

Fire truck and minivan collide in Wilmington Two people are seriously hurt after a fire truck and a minivan collided in Wilmington, Delaware, Saturday morning.


Syria says belief in victory in war against terrorism 'even greater'

By Yara Bayoumy and Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The Syrian government said on Saturday its belief in victory was "even greater" because the Syrian army was progressing in the war against terrorism, while the Syrian opposition plans to meet to decide whether to continue with stalled U.N.-led peace talks. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem was speaking at the annual U.N. gathering of world leaders, after the Syrian army and allied militia seized ground north of Aleppo on Saturday, tightening a siege of the city's rebel-held east. "Our belief in victory is even greater now that the Syrian Arab Army is making great strides in its war against terrorism, with the support of the true friends of the Syrian people, notably the Russian Federation, Iran and the Lebanese national resistance," Moualem told the 193-member General Assembly.

Young man shot in Hunting Park

Young man shot in Hunting Park A 21-year-old man is clinging to life after being shot in the Hunting Park section of Philadelphia.


'No camps in France,' vows Hollande, under rightwing pressure

French President Francois Hollande holds a press conference after visiting a Shelter and Orientation center for migrants on September 24, 2016 in Tours President Francois Hollande, under pressure from the right wing, on Saturday stepped up his pledge to combat illegal migration, vowing to dismantle a squalid settlement near Calais and prevent similar camps from becoming established in France. "There will be no camps in France," said Hollande, two days ahead of a maiden visit to the notorious "Jungle" settlement near Calais, where between 7,000 and 10,000 desperate migrants live. Hollande's government has vowed to scrap the Jungle "before winter" and a flurry of preparations underway there suggest the operation may begin shortly.


'No camps in France,' vows Hollande, under rightwing pressure

French President Francois Hollande holds a press conference after visiting a Shelter and Orientation center for migrants on September 24, 2016 in Tours President Francois Hollande, under pressure from the right wing, on Saturday stepped up his pledge to combat illegal migration, vowing to dismantle a squalid settlement near Calais and prevent similar camps from becoming established in France. "There will be no camps in France," said Hollande, two days ahead of a maiden visit to the notorious "Jungle" settlement near Calais, where between 7,000 and 10,000 desperate migrants live. Hollande's government has vowed to scrap the Jungle "before winter" and a flurry of preparations underway there suggest the operation may begin shortly.


Iowa braces for flooding with more rain on the way

Volunteers and city workers place sandbags along the dike between the Cedar River and the water treatment plant in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016. Authorities in several Iowa cities were mobilizing resources Friday to handle flooding from a rain-swollen river that has forced evacuations in several communities upstream, while a Wisconsin town was recovering from storms. (Brandon Pollock/The Courier via AP) CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Volunteers filled sandbags and homeowners began moving things out of their basements on Saturday in preparation for flooding along the Cedar River in Iowa.


Man critically injured in Somerton crash

Man critically injured in Somerton crash A man was critically injured in a single-vehicle crash in Philadelphia's Somerton section.


Obama says new black history museum tells story of America

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during the dedication of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. By Ayesha Rascoe WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Saturday expressed hope that a new national museum showcasing the triumphs and tragedies of the African American experience will help to bring people together as the nation reels from recent racial upheaval. Speaking at a dedication ceremony for the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Obama said that the story of black America is the story of America. "This national museum helps to tell a richer and fuller story of who we are," said Obama.


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