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Women's marches attract masses across the globe

Protesters carrying banners and placards take part in a Women's March next to the Eiffel Tower, in Paris, France, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. The march is part of a worldwide day of actions following the inauguration of U.S President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena) PARIS (AP) — Legions of women flooded parks, streets and city squares from Sydney to Paris to Philadelphia on Saturday, marching in solidarity as a show of empowerment and a stand against Donald Trump.


'Europe will wake up in 2017', Le Pen tells Germany right-wing congress

French National Front (FN) leader Marine Le Pen gives a speech to open a meeting in Koblenz, western Germany on January 21, 2017 French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen on Saturday told a European gathering of rightwing populists in Germany that a string of high-stakes elections in 2017 would blow a wind of change across the region. Emboldened by the Brexit vote and Donald Trump's US presidential victory, the far-right National Front leader said voters in France, Germany and the Netherlands would be next to reject the status quo. 2017, I am sure, the people of continental Europe will wake up," she told a cheering crowd at a conference hall in the western city of Koblenz, on the river Rhine.


Tens of thousands join 'Dump Trump' marches around the world

A protester waves the US flag during the 'Women's March' in Trafalgar Square in London on January 21, 2017 as he joins thousands of others as part of a global day of protests against new US President Donald Trump Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of London, Paris and other cities across the world chanting "dump Trump" in solidarity with US protesters, a day after America's new president was inaugurated. In London, a largely female crowd, which also had many men and children, packed a Trafalgar Square rally in solidarity with women-led demonstrations throughout the United States. "Our Rights Are Not For Grabs -- Neither Are We" were among the banners held aloft, along with "We shall overcomb" and "Make bigotry wrong again".


Anti-Trump protesters flood Washington for Women's March

Demonstrators arrive on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the 'Women's March on Washington' on January 21, 2017 Women in pink "pussyhats" flooded into Washington by the train-load Saturday for a massive rights march set to draw hundreds of thousands in defiance of America's hardline new president, Donald Trump. According to Washington's deputy mayor Kevin Donahue, organizers have upped their initial turnout estimate from 200,000 to 500,000 people faced with the early morning flood of protesters. Trump's defeated rival Hillary Clinton tweeted her support to the crowds massed near Washington's National Mall, preparing to march on the White House led by celebrity participants including Scarlett Johansson and Michael Moore.


Glance at Socialist Party primary candidates

Former Economy minister and now candidate in the French left's presidential primaries Arnaud Montebourg, talks during a stand-up in the Old-Port of Marseille, southern France, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. Seven competitors are bidding to be the Socialist Party's candidate in next spring's French presidential election. Banner reads "Candidate of the pay slip-New European treaty-6th republic". (AP Photo/Claude Paris) PARIS (AP) — A quick look at three main candidates and method of Sunday's vote for France's Socialist Party presidential candidate:


Hackers in Russia claim to shut down African Cup website

Soldiers patrol during Gabon's soccer team training session at the Stade de l'Amitie, Libreville, Gabon, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, ahead of their African Cup of Nations Group A soccer match against Cameroon. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba) LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP) — A group of Russian hackers claimed Saturday to have shut down the website of the African Cup of Nations soccer tournament in a protest at organizers holding it in Gabon, where President Ali Bongo Ondimba retained power in disputed and violent elections last year.


Budapest mourns as 16 die in fiery bus crash on Italian road

Firefighters inspect the burned hulk of a bus that crashed and burst into flames near Verona, northern Italy, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. Police say 16 people have died when the bus carrying Hungarian school students returning home from France crashed into the side of a highway near Verona. Thirty-nine people survived. The bus was returning to Budapest with students ages 15 to 17. (Italian Police/ANSA via AP) VERONA, Italy (AP) — A bus carrying Hungarian students home from a school ski trip to France slammed into a highway barrier in northern Italy and burst into flames, killing at least 16 people, police said Saturday. Thirty nine others survived, but some were seriously injured.


Klopp slams sloppy Liverpool after Swansea shock

Liverpool's manager Jurgen Klopp during his side's shock 3-2 home defeat against Swansea on January 21, 2017 Jurgen Klopp slammed Liverpool's careless defending as his side's Premier League title challenge suffered a damaging blow in a shock 3-2 home defeat against Swansea on Saturday. Reds boss Klopp was furious Swansea striker Fernando Llorente was allowed to score twice in quick succession in the second half after lapses in concentration from the Liverpool defence. Roberto Firmino struck twice to draw Liverpool level, but the hosts switched off again as Gylfi Sigurdsson secured lowly Swansea's first ever league win at Anfield.


Sigurdsson strike stuns Liverpool at Anfield

Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson (L) slides the ball past Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet (R) to score the winning goalin the English Premier League match at Anfield in Liverpool, north-west England on January 21, 2017 Gylfi Sigurdsson's decisive goal boosted Swansea's hopes of Premier League survival as they inflicted Liverpool's first home defeat for almost a year with a 3-2 triumph at Anfield on Saturday. Iceland international Sigurdsson, who has repeatedly been linked with a move away from the Welsh club, struck with 16 minutes left after Paul Clement's side had let a two-goal lead slip against title-chasing Liverpool. Fernando Llorente had scored twice in the first seven minutes of the second half for Swansea, but Liverpool's Roberto Firmino responded with a double of his own.


In South Dakota, lawmaker dealings with interns scrutinized

In this Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 photo, Republican Rep. Mathew Wollmann sits on the House floor in Pierre, S.D. The House decided to investigate Wollmann, who told reporters that he had sexual contact with interns during the past two legislative sessions. (AP Photo/James Nord) PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota House member's admission this week that he had sexual contact with two interns has raised questions — and conflicting accounts — about the ways legislators and interns interact in this tiny government town.


The Latest: Marchers pack trains, buses on way to protests

Lily Donahue of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., center, holds a sign along the barricades at the Women's March on Washington during the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the Women's March on Washington and associated protests around the world (all times EST):


The Latest: Marchers pack trains, buses on way to protests

Lily Donahue of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., center, holds a sign along the barricades at the Women's March on Washington during the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the Women's March on Washington and associated protests around the world (all times EST):


The Latest: US envoy to attend Syria talks in Kazakhstan

Residents walk through the destruction of the once rebel-held Salaheddine neighborhood in eastern Aleppo, Syria, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. Last month, government forces captured all parts of eastern Aleppo, brining Syria's largest city to full control of Syrian authorities for the first time since July 2012. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times EST):


Washington Metro reports surge in ridership on day of women's march

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Washington subway system reported 275,000 rides of as of 11 a.m. on Saturday, the day of a large women's march in the city protesting U.S. President Donald Trump's rhetoric and policies.

Women's march against Trump swamps Washington streets, subway

People gather for the Women's March in Washington Large crowds of women, many wearing bright pink knit hats, poured into downtown Washington by bus, train and car on Saturday for a march in opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump only a day after the Republican took office. The Washington event was expected to be the largest of a series of marches across the world in cities including Sydney, London, Tokyo and New York to criticize the new president's often angry, populist rhetoric. The flood of people stressed the city's Metro subway system, with riders reporting enormous crowds and some end-of-line stations temporarily turning away riders when parking lots filled and platforms became too crowded.


Women's march against Trump swamps Washington streets, subway

People gather for the Women's March in Washington Large crowds of women, many wearing bright pink knit hats, poured into downtown Washington by bus, train and car on Saturday for a march in opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump only a day after the Republican took office. The Washington event was expected to be the largest of a series of marches across the world in cities including Sydney, London, Tokyo and New York to criticize the new president's often angry, populist rhetoric. The flood of people stressed the city's Metro subway system, with riders reporting enormous crowds and some end-of-line stations temporarily turning away riders when parking lots filled and platforms became too crowded.


Nigeria botched air strike 'may have killed up to 236 people'

Bodies covered with blankets are pictured in Rann, northeast Nigeria on January 17, 2017 after an an air force jet accidentally bombarded a camp for displaced people As many as 236 people may have been killed in the botched Nigerian air strike against Boko Haram that hit a camp for civilians displaced by the unrest, a local official told AFP on Saturday. Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Friday had said the death toll from Tuesday's strike on the town of Rann in the far northeast had risen to 90, although it claimed that could climb as high as 170. "From what the people who buried the dead victims with their hands told me, not those who treated the wounded, they buried 234 dead," said Malarima on Saturday.


Nigeria botched air strike 'may have killed up to 236 people'

Bodies covered with blankets are pictured in Rann, northeast Nigeria on January 17, 2017 after an an air force jet accidentally bombarded a camp for displaced people As many as 236 people may have been killed in the botched Nigerian air strike against Boko Haram that hit a camp for civilians displaced by the unrest, a local official told AFP on Saturday. Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Friday had said the death toll from Tuesday's strike on the town of Rann in the far northeast had risen to 90, although it claimed that could climb as high as 170. "From what the people who buried the dead victims with their hands told me, not those who treated the wounded, they buried 234 dead," said Malarima on Saturday.


French far-right leader Le Pen calls on Europeans to 'wake up'

European far-right leaders meet in Koblenz to discuss about the European Union By Paul Carrel KOBLENZ, Germany (Reuters) - French far-right leader Marine Le Pen urged European voters to follow the example of Americans and the British and "wake up" in 2017, at a meeting of right-wing leaders aiming to oust established parties in elections this year. Le Pen told several hundred supporters in the German city of Koblenz that Britons' vote last year to leave the European Union would set in train a "domino effect". A day after U.S. President Donald Trump took office, Le Pen said his inauguration speech included "accents in common" with the message on reclaiming national sovereignty proclaimed by the far-right leaders meeting in Koblenz.


Anti-Trump protesters flood Washington for Women's March

Demonstrators arrive on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the 'Women's March on Washington' on January 21, 2017 Women in pink "pussyhats" flooded into Washington by the train-load Saturday for a massive rights march set to draw hundreds of thousands in defiance of America's hardline new president, Donald Trump. According to Washington's deputy mayor Kevin Donahue, organizers have upped their initial turnout estimate from 200,000 to 500,000 people faced with the early morning flood of protesters. Trump's defeated rival Hillary Clinton tweeted her support to the crowds massed near Washington's National Mall, preparing to march on the White House led by celebrity participants including Scarlett Johansson and Michael Moore.


U.S. envoy to Kazakhstan to attend Syria talks in Astana - State Department

The U.S. State Department said on Saturday it will not send a delegation to attend talks on Syria in the Kazakh capital Astana next week due to the immediate demands of the transition of power in Washington. The State Department's acting spokesman Mark Toner said the U.S. would be represented at the talks by U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan George Krol. "Given our presidential inauguration and the immediate demands of the transition, a delegation from Washington will not be attending the Astana conference," Toner said in a statement.

Iran rescuers find three bodies at collapsed building, hopes for survivors fade

A collapsed building is seen in Tehran Iranian rescuers have removed three bodies from the rubble of a high-rise building in Tehran that collapsed after a fire, a fire department spokesman said on Saturday, as hopes of finding survivors trapped beneath the shopping mall were fading. "Because of rekindling fires and the extreme heat..., we feel that it is unfortunately unrealistic that anyone would survive, although our hope is that some may come out alive," fire department spokesman Jalal Maleki told state television. "Based on the available indications, the number of people under the rubble are between 25 and 30," Esmail Najjar, head of the National Disaster Management Organization, told the state news agency IRNA.


Trump heads to CIA after feud with intelligence agencies

U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive to a church service at the National Cathedral in Washington, U.S. By Jeff Mason and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump plans to visit CIA headquarters on Saturday in what could be an effort to mend fences after he criticized spy agencies for their investigation into Russian hacking during the presidential election. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Twitter than more than 300 people would attend the event at the Central Intelligence Agency, based in Langley, Virginia. "Excited to thank the men and women of the intelligence community," Spicer said.


WhiteHouse.gov petition for Trump to release tax returns hits 100,000 threshold

WhiteHouse.gov petition for Trump to release tax returns hits 100,000 threshold When President Trump was delivering his inaugural address on Friday, WhiteHouse.gov was completely revamped, replacing Barack Obama’s policy pages with Trump’s own. A new petition calling on the Trump administration to immediately release the president’s tax returns was created almost immediately.


Libya's neighbors demand national dialogue to end crisis

Libyan Foreign Minister, Mohamed Taher Siala, top center, attends a ministerial meeting of countries neighboring Libya which include Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Sudan, Niger and Chad, as well as United Nations envoy, Martin Kobler, third right, in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, top left, said "Egypt is committed to upholding Libya's sovereignty, supporting its legitimate institutions and rejecting foreign interference in the crisis". MENA reported. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil) CAIRO (AP) — Representatives of Libya's neighbors meeting in Cairo on Saturday warned the North African nation's main rival factions against seeking to settle their differences through military force, as Egypt announced that efforts were underway to bring their leaders together to chart a "joint vision" for the country.


2 wounded in shooting during Puerto Rico street festival

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Authorities say a shooting during a crowded street festival has wounded two men and prompted the evacuation of partygoers from San Juan's historic district.

Bomb kills seven at Syria-Jordan border camp: monitor

The United Nations says there are more than 600,000 refugees from Syria in Jordan, a figure Amman puts at 1.4 million A car bomb blast killed at least seven civilians at a camp for displaced Syrians by the border with Jordan on Saturday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said. The Britain-based group said the dead included a family of four, with the father, mother and two children killed in the blast on the outskirts of the Rukban camp. Jordan's official Petra news agency, citing a military source, also reported the blast at the isolated makeshift camp, which houses around 85,000 Syrians according to the United Nations.


Bomb kills seven at Syria-Jordan border camp: monitor

The United Nations says there are more than 600,000 refugees from Syria in Jordan, a figure Amman puts at 1.4 million A car bomb blast killed at least seven civilians at a camp for displaced Syrians by the border with Jordan on Saturday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said. The Britain-based group said the dead included a family of four, with the father, mother and two children killed in the blast on the outskirts of the Rukban camp. Jordan's official Petra news agency, citing a military source, also reported the blast at the isolated makeshift camp, which houses around 85,000 Syrians according to the United Nations.


Turkey vote paves way for referendum on Erdogan powers

Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim (C) accompanied by lawmakers vote following a parliament debate on January 21, 2017 on proposed amendments to the country's constitution Turkey will hold a referendum this spring on dramatically expanding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers after a parliamentary vote early Saturday backed changes that could leave him in power until 2029. The government insists the proposals to create an executive presidency will ensure simpler and more effective leadership, but critics fear they will edge Turkey toward one-man rule. Hours after the bill was approved, Erdogan said the "real (and) final decision" would be made by the people in a referendum, expected to be held in April.


Turkey vote paves way for referendum on Erdogan powers

Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim (C) accompanied by lawmakers vote following a parliament debate on January 21, 2017 on proposed amendments to the country's constitution Turkey will hold a referendum this spring on dramatically expanding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers after a parliamentary vote early Saturday backed changes that could leave him in power until 2029. The government insists the proposals to create an executive presidency will ensure simpler and more effective leadership, but critics fear they will edge Turkey toward one-man rule. Hours after the bill was approved, Erdogan said the "real (and) final decision" would be made by the people in a referendum, expected to be held in April.


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Hopes fade for 23 missing in Italy avalanche disaster

Picture released by Italy's Vigili del Fuoco fire service shows a child (C) being rescued from the Hotel Rigopiano, in the mountains of central Italy, on January 20, 2017 after they were buried under an avalanche Rescuers pulled four more survivors from the ruins of an avalanche-hit Italian hotel on Saturday as hopes faded of finding 23 people still missing three days after the disaster struck. "Our hope is that she may have been in the kitchen when the avalanche hit because it has a thick external wall which may have protected her," the 42-year-old told AFP.


Blast in camp for displaced Syrians near Jordan kills 4

Civilians gather around the remains of a car bomb in the Rukban camp for displaced Syrians, inside Syrian territory, on the border with Jordan, killing some, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. Badr Abu Sultan, a resident of the Rukban camp, says a suspected car bomb in a local market caused the powerful explosion Saturday. (Courtesy of The Tribal Council of Palmyra and Badia via AP) BEIRUT (AP) — A large explosion rocked a camp for displaced Syrians along the Syrian-Jordanian border Saturday, killing at least four, and wounding many others, opposition activists and a resident said.


Melania Trump channels Jackie Kennedy but Conway grabs fashion headlines

Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States New U.S. first lady Melania Trump channeled style icon Jacqueline Kennedy on Friday but the Inauguration Day fashion headlines were stolen by a military-style coat worn by one of her husband's aides. Trump, 46, the White House's first former model, chose American designer Ralph Lauren's baby blue cropped jacket with cowl neckline and matching dress for the swearing-in ceremony in Washington.


The Latest: You snooze, you lose: Dimitrov OK with timing

Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov celebrates after defeating France's Richard Gasquet during their third round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The latest from the Australian Open on Saturday (all times local):


Top Asian News 4:14 p.m. GMT

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan has handed over to Indian authorities an Indian soldier who crossed into Pakistan in the disputed Kashmir region in September. A foreign ministry statement Saturday said Chandu Babulal Chohan deserted his post and crossed the Line of Control to the Pakistani side because of severe grievances with superiors. The statement said Pakistan convinced him to return to India and Chohan was handed over at the Wahga border point. Pakistan and India fought two of their three wars over Kashmir, with each claiming the region in its entirety.

Bomb blast kill 22, wounds at least 50 in northwest Pakistan

Pakistani Shiite Muslims attend the funeral prayer of the victims of bomb blast at a mosque in Parachinar, the capital of Pakistan's Kurram tribal region, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. A bomb exploded in a market in a northwest tribal region that borders Afghanistan, killing more than 20 and wounding dozens. The explosion took place when the market was crowded with retailers buying fruits and vegetables from a wholesale shop, officials said. (AP Photo/Ali Murtaza) PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — A bomb exploded Saturday in a market in a northwest tribal region bordering Afghanistan, killing 22 people and wounding at least 50, officials said.


Trump opens first full day on job at church

President Donald Trump, accompanied by first lady Melania Trump, arrive for a National Prayer Service at the National Cathedral, in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. Trump opened his first full day as president Saturday at a national prayer service, the final piece of transition business for the nation’s new chief executive before a promised full-on shift into governing. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump opened his first full day as president Saturday at a national prayer service, the final piece of transition business for the nation's new chief executive before a promised full-on shift into governing.


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Police take control of Brazil prison after gang fighting

A police car patrols outside the Alcacuz prison amid tension between rival gangs at dusk in Nisia Floresta, near Natal, Brazil, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. Tensions at the prison remained high a day after inmates from rival gangs fought in the yard and set up doors and mattresses as barriers. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana) NATAL, Brazil (AP) — Military police took control Saturday of a prison in northeastern Brazil after fighting between rival gangs left 26 inmates dead, the latest in a spate of violence in the country's penitentiaries.


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