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IOC faces historic call on Russia Rio ban

International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach pictured in Lausanne in June The International Olympic Committee held showdown talks Sunday on whether to ban Russia from the Rio Games over state-run doping, an unprecedented decision that could spark the Olympic movement's worst crisis in decades. An independent report from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said Russia's sports ministry directed a vast doping programme with support from the state intelligence agency that saw thousands of tainted urine samples destroyed or swapped for clean ones. The cheating affected 30 sports and went on during the 2014 Sochi Games and other major Olympic and international events, according to the WADA report released last week by Canadian law professor Richard McLaren.


Bavarian official says military aid needed in time of crisis

People mourn behind flower tributes near the Olympia shopping center where a shooting took place leaving nine people dead the day before, in Munich, Germany, Saturday, July 23, 2016. Police piecing together a profile of the gunman whose rampage at a Munich mall Friday left nine people dead described him Saturday as a lone, depression-plagued teenager. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer) MUNICH (AP) — Bavaria's top security official says Germany needs to be able to call upon its military in times of crisis like Friday night's shooting rampage at a Munich mall.


Turkey readies first cross-party rally against coup as purges continue

Supporters of President Erdogan hold Turkish national flags and a portrait of the president during a rally against the military coup on Taksim square in Istanbul on July 23, 2016 Turkey readied Sunday for its first cross-party rally against the bloody putsch attempt, following the break up of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's presidential guard as sweeping purges of suspected state enemies continue. The mass rally, to be held under tight security on Istanbul's iconic Taksim square, was called by the biggest opposition group, the secular and centre-left Republican People's Party. "The Turkish republic is stronger than it was in the past," wrote Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in an editorial in the HaberTurk daily.


Turkey readies first cross-party rally against coup as purges continue

Supporters of President Erdogan hold Turkish national flags and a portrait of the president during a rally against the military coup on Taksim square in Istanbul on July 23, 2016 Turkey readied Sunday for its first cross-party rally against the bloody putsch attempt, following the break up of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's presidential guard as sweeping purges of suspected state enemies continue. The mass rally, to be held under tight security on Istanbul's iconic Taksim square, was called by the biggest opposition group, the secular and centre-left Republican People's Party. "The Turkish republic is stronger than it was in the past," wrote Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in an editorial in the HaberTurk daily.


Anger, mourning in Afghanistan after Kabul suicide attack

An Afghan man removes broken glass from his shop a day after a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan By Mirwais Harooni KABUL (Reuters) - Relatives of some of those killed in a big suicide attack in Kabul searched through a bloodied assortment of belongings left after the twin blasts as they prepared for funerals on Sunday in a mood of growing anger with political leaders. "Those are my cousin's sandals," said Sayed Mohammad as he stood in a crowd of people looking for anything familiar among the remnants spread out by authorities on an Afghan flag in the Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul where the funerals will take place. Sayed's cousin was one of four relatives he lost on Saturday when suicide bombers set off twin blasts at a demonstration by members of the mainly Shi'ite Hazara community who were protesting against the planned route of a power line.


Bangladesh arrests four female militants in hunt for cafe attackers

Wreaths and flowers, offered by people to pay tribute to the victims of the attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery and the O'Kitchen Restaurant, are pictured at a makeshift memorial near the attack site, in Dhaka Police in Bangladesh arrested on Sunday four female members of a home-grown militant group blamed for a bloody attack on a cafe in which 22 people were killed, most of them foreigners, an officer said. Police believe that Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), a banned group that has pledged allegiance to Islamic State, played a significant role in organizing the group of privileged, educated young men who carried out the attack. "Acting on a tip-off, our force raided a rented house where a large amount of grenade-making materials, crude bombs and jihadi books were also found," district police superintendent Siraj Uddin Ahmed told reporters.


Syrian government says ready for further peace talks: state media

Syria's government said on Sunday it was ready for further peace talks with the opposition and that it was intent on a political solution to the five-year conflict. "Syria ... is ready to continue the Syrian-Syrian dialogue without any preconditions ... and without foreign interference, with the support of the United Nations," state news agency SANA quoted an official in the foreign ministry as saying. The U.N. hopes to convene a new round of intra-Syrian peace talks in Geneva in August, its Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura said this week.

Francis and Poland differ on migrants ahead of pope's visit

FILE- In this file photo dated Wednesday, June 22, 2016, Pope Francis walks with a group of refugees he invited to join him on the steps of St. Peter's Basilica during his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. Pope Francis begins a five-day visit to Poland on upcoming Wednesday July 27, 2016, and hopes to inspire aid to homeless strangers and acts of mercy for refugees during his visit, although Poland has closed its borders to refugees. (AP Photo/Fabio Frustaci, FILE) VATICAN CITY (AP) — Support for migrants is so central to Pope Francis' vision for the church that he has made welcoming them a potential test for those seeking entry to Heaven on Judgment Day.


Afghanistan marks day of national mourning after huge attack

Afghans help a man who was injured in a deadly explosion that struck a protest march by ethnic Hazaras, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, July 23, 2016. Afghan Health Ministry officials say tens of people have been killed and over 200 wounded in the bombing Saturday, that was claimed by the Islamic State group according to a statement posted on the IS-linked Aamaq online news agency. The protesters Saturday were demanding that a major regional electric power line be routed through their impoverished home province. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul) KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan marked a national day of mourning on Sunday, a day after at least 80 people were killed by a suicide bomber attack on a peaceful demonstration. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State group.


Top Asian News 10:18 a.m. GMT

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — After two years of heavy casualties, the Afghan military is trying to retake the initiative in the war against militants with a new offensive against Islamic State group loyalists, an assault that will see American troops back on the battlefield working more closely with Afghan soldiers. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani recently announced a major assault against fighters loyal to the Islamic State group, who over the past year captured positions along Afghanistan's eastern border with Pakistan, mainly in Nangarhar province. That goal to uproot IS from Afghanistan has taken on new urgency in the wake of a deadly suicide bombing of a protest march Saturday in Kabul that killed at least 80 people.

Intense airstrikes in Syria Aleppo province hit clinics

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian opposition activists say government airstrikes have struck five clinics in the northern province of Aleppo where violence has intensified in recent weeks.

Marching migrants arrive near Serbia-Hungary border by train

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbian authorities say that a group of migrants and asylum-seekers who set off two days ago on a protest march toward the border with Hungary have traveled part of the route by train before proceeding on foot to seek entry into the European Union.

Eight dead, more than 20 missing after boat capsizes off Malaysia

Malaysian authorities have recovered the bodies of eight Indonesians and are searching for more than 20 who are still missing after their boat capsized off the southern state of Johor on Saturday night. Search and rescue teams recovered the bodies of two men and two women as of Sunday afternoon, adding to the four that were found after the incident on Saturday night, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) said in a statement. The dead and missing were among more than 60 people on the boat that capsized at around 9.45pm Saturday night while on its way to nearby Batam in Indonesia the statement added.

Turkey to hire 20,000 teachers following coup attempt

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey says it plans to hire more than 20,000 teachers to replace those who have been fired in a purge of suspected coup plotters in schools and other institutions.

Froome set to claim third Tour de France title in Paris

Britain's Chris Froome celebrates his overall leader's yellow jersey on the podium in Morzine, central france at the end of the 146,5 km twentieth stage of the 103rd Tour de France on July 23, 2016 Chris Froome will ride into Paris amid tight security on Sunday to claim -- barring an unthinkable late mishap -- a comprehensive third Tour de France title. Froome has crashed twice, made a daring attack at breakneck speed on a rapid decent, tamed the crosswinds and most memorably found himself running to the finish line on one stage after his bike was broken in a collision with a motorcycle. Sunday's 21st and final stage begins in Chantilly, just outside Paris, and will end in the French capital's Champs Elysees with eight laps of a street circuit around the world-famous boulevard.


China imposes anti-dumping duties on Japan, Korean, EU steel

BEIJING (AP) — China's Ministry of Commerce said Sunday that it has imposed anti-dumping duties on steel imports from Japan, South Korea and the European Union.

IS suicide bomber kills at least 15 in Baghdad

The Islamic State group carries out frequent suicide bombings targeting Iraqi security forces and members of the country's Shiite majority, including earlier this month in Baghdad's central Karrada district, pictured A suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 15 people in a Shiite area of northern Baghdad on Sunday, security and medical officials said. The bombing, which struck near a checkpoint in the Kadhimiyah area, home to a major Shiite shrine, also wounded at least 29 people, the officials said. An IS suicide bomber struck shoppers in Baghdad's central Karrada district earlier this month, killing 292 people.


IS suicide bomber kills at least 15 in Baghdad

The Islamic State group carries out frequent suicide bombings targeting Iraqi security forces and members of the country's Shiite majority, including earlier this month in Baghdad's central Karrada district, pictured A suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 15 people in a Shiite area of northern Baghdad on Sunday, security and medical officials said. The bombing, which struck near a checkpoint in the Kadhimiyah area, home to a major Shiite shrine, also wounded at least 29 people, the officials said. An IS suicide bomber struck shoppers in Baghdad's central Karrada district earlier this month, killing 292 people.


China suspends 4 local officials after deadly floods

In this Thursday, July 21, 2016 photo, a man sits outside of a flooded shop in Shenyang in northeastern China's Liaoning Province. Dozens of people have been killed and dozens more are missing across China after a round of torrential rains swept through the country earlier this week, flooding streams, triggering landslides and destroying houses. (Chinatopix via AP) BEIJING (AP) — Provincial authorities in northern China said Sunday that they have suspended four local officials for inadequately responding to floods over the past week that killed 114 people and left 111 others missing.


Massive delays stall England to France vehicle traffic

In this aerial view taken from video, part of the miles long queue of traffic outside Dover, England, waiting to cross the English Channel into France, Saturday July 23, 2016, as France is under a state of emergency. Heightened French border security checks caused massive disruption for many hours Saturday as some thousands of travelers tried to make the journey into France. (Sky via AP) LONDON (AP) — British border agents are moving in to help French officials deal with gigantic backups for travelers trying to cross the English Channel into France.


Terror attacks a growing economic threat: G20 ministers

On Friday German-Iranian gunman -- believed not to be connected to the Islamic State group but  "obsessed" with mass killers -- shot dead nine people in the city of Munich before killing himself Increasingly frequent terrorist attacks are becoming a growing threat to the global economy, finance chiefs from the world's leading economies said Sunday. Earlier this month 84 people were killed in Nice when a Tunisian truck driver -- suspected to be inspired by the Islamic State jihadist group -- ploughed a 19-tonne vehicle through a holiday crowd. Kabul mourned Sunday after its deadliest attack for 15 years killed 80 people and left hundreds maimed the previous day, reigniting concern that Islamic State was seeking to expand its foothold in Afghanistan.


SE Asia deadlocked as S. China Sea split deepens

Staunch China ally Cambodia is preventing Southeast Asia from reaching a consensus on the South China Sea after an international tribunal rejected Beijing's territorial claims to the waters, a diplomat said in Vientiane on July 23 Southeast Asian nations were deadlocked Sunday about how to confront China's territorial claims in the South China Sea as pressure from Beijing again drove a wedge between countries on the region's toughest security challenge. The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) boasts four countries who have competing claims with Beijing to parts of the sea, and is fiercely divided on the issue. Rival claimants have accused China of deftly forging alliances with smaller member countries like Laos, this year's host, and Cambodia through aid and loans to divide the once consensus-driven bloc.


SE Asia deadlocked as S. China Sea split deepens

Staunch China ally Cambodia is preventing Southeast Asia from reaching a consensus on the South China Sea after an international tribunal rejected Beijing's territorial claims to the waters, a diplomat said in Vientiane on July 23 Southeast Asian nations were deadlocked Sunday about how to confront China's territorial claims in the South China Sea as pressure from Beijing again drove a wedge between countries on the region's toughest security challenge. The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) boasts four countries who have competing claims with Beijing to parts of the sea, and is fiercely divided on the issue. Rival claimants have accused China of deftly forging alliances with smaller member countries like Laos, this year's host, and Cambodia through aid and loans to divide the once consensus-driven bloc.


AccuWeather: Excessive Heat Through Monday

AccuWeather: Excessive Heat Through Monday Meteorologist Chris Sowers says Monday could end up being the hottest day in four years!


Swedish ex-prime minister Thorbjorn Falldin dead at 90

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Thorbjorn Falldin, a pipe-smoking sheep farmer who became prime minister in Sweden's first non-socialist government after World War II, has died at the ago of 90.

Tim Kaine wows crowds on day one as Clinton running mate

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine greet supporters at a campaign rally in Miami on July 23, 2016 Tim Kaine made a big splash in his first appearance as Hillary Clinton's running mate for the White House, savaging Donald Trump's foreign policy ideas as dangerous and wowing a Miami crowd with fluent Spanish. Kaine, a 58-year-old senator from the battleground state of Virginia, won many a cheer and laugh and frequent applause as he addressed a campaign rally late Saturday, one day after being tapped for the Democratic ticket. Clinton beamed as she sat behind Kaine during his rousing speech, after introducing the political veteran as the antithesis of the Republican ticket of Trump and Mike Pence.


Tim Kaine wows crowds on day one as Clinton running mate

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine greet supporters at a campaign rally in Miami on July 23, 2016 Tim Kaine made a big splash in his first appearance as Hillary Clinton's running mate for the White House, savaging Donald Trump's foreign policy ideas as dangerous and wowing a Miami crowd with fluent Spanish. Kaine, a 58-year-old senator from the battleground state of Virginia, won many a cheer and laugh and frequent applause as he addressed a campaign rally late Saturday, one day after being tapped for the Democratic ticket. Clinton beamed as she sat behind Kaine during his rousing speech, after introducing the political veteran as the antithesis of the Republican ticket of Trump and Mike Pence.


Saudi air defense forces shoot down missile fired from Yemen

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — The Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen says Saudi air defense forces have shot down a ballistic missile fired at the kingdom from Yemen.

Iraq: Suicide attack in Baghdad kills at least 12 people

Residents and Iraqi security forces inspect the site where a suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest at the entrance to Kadhimiya, a mostly Shi'ite Muslim district in northwest Baghdad BAGHDAD (AP) — A suicide bomber attacked a security check point in northern Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 12 people, Iraqi officials said.


Four hospitals hit by air raids in Syria's Aleppo: doctors

A man walks on the rubble of a destroyed building following reported air strikes by Syrian forces in the rebel-held Al-Shaar neighbourhood of Aleppo, on June 8, 2016 Four makeshift hospitals and a local blood bank in Syria's battered Aleppo city have been hit by air raids in the past 24 hours, a group of doctors said Sunday. The bombardment killed a two-day-old baby in the children's hospital in a besieged eastern neighbourhood of Aleppo, said the Independent Doctor's Association, a group of Syrian doctors that supports clinics in the city. The infant's oxygen supply was cut after a strike on the hospital at 1:00 am (2300 GMT), the second strike on the hospital in about nine hours, according to the IDA.


Adams looks to build on boxing legend status in Rio

Nicola Adams poses on the podium after winning the gold medal in the women's flyweight at the 2014 Commonwealth Games British women's boxing great Nicola Adams goes to Rio to defend her historic 2012 Olympic title after at last filling the one vacant hook in her medals cabinet -- the world flyweight title. The 33-year-old -- who almost always wears a broad smile outside the ring -- goes to Rio with the distinct chance of becoming only the second British fighter after Harry Mallin in 1920-1924, to defend their title successfully. Adams, who once had to supplement her meagre boxing earnings by acting as an extra in British soap operas such as Coronation Street, says she always misses Dexter and her other dog Bailey, a Pomeranian, who usually travels everywhere with her.


Blast in northwest Baghdad claimed by Islamic State kills six

People gather at the site where a suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest at the entrance to Kadhimiya, a mostly Shi'ite Muslim district in northwest Baghdad At least six people were killed and 20 wounded in a suicide bomb attack claimed by Islamic State in a mostly Shi'ite Muslim district of northwest Baghdad, police and medical sources said on Sunday. Amaq, a news agency that supports Islamic State, said a suicide bomber wearing an explosive vest had targeted security forces at the entrance to the Khadimiya neighborhood. The group said it was behind a suicide blast this month which left 292 people dead, one of the largest attacks of its kind since the U.S.-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003.


'Polite guys': Guardiola to shake hands on renewed Mourinho rivalry

Then Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho (L) and Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola pictured in a combo image during the UEFA Super Cup match at Eden Stadium in Prague on August 30, 2013 Pep Guardiola rejects any suggestion he would not shake hands with arch-rival Jose Mourinho and insisted relations would be friendly when Manchester City play Manchester United in Bejing on Monday. "We are polite guys, why not?" Guardiola said Sunday when asked if the pair would extend hands, despite an acrimonious rivalry which stretches back to 2010 when the Catalan had stewardship of Barcelona and Mourinho took the reins at Real Madrid. Since taking on their respective Manchester football giants, each manager has insisted they will not concentrate on each other too much.


Philippine president gives order to free up information

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte speaks in front of soldiers at main military Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon city Metro Manila Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered all agencies directly under his watch to open their records to the public as part of his promise to crack down on corruption and promote transparency in government. Legislation is still needed, however, to ensure other branches of government will do the same. The last Congress adjourned without passing a new law, the Freedom of Information (FOI) act, even though Duterte's predecessor, Benigno Aquino had backed the idea.


Kabul in mourning after deadliest attack in 15 years

A man at a mosque in Kabul on July 24, 2016, grieves the death of a relative after the IS group claimed responsibility for twin explosions the day before that ripped through crowds of Shiite Hazaras in the Afghan capital killing at least 80 people Kabul was plunged into mourning Sunday after the deadliest attack for 15 years killed 80 people and left hundreds maimed, reigniting concern that the Islamic State group was seeking to expand its foothold in Afghanistan. Tempers were frayed a day after the twin bombings that tore through crowds of Shiite Hazara protesters, as many anxiously searched hospitals and morgues, looking among the mutilated bodies for missing relatives. "I promise you that I will avenge the blood of our loved ones on the perpetrators of this crime, wherever they are," President Ashraf Ghani said, declaring Sunday a national day of mourning.


Kabul in mourning after deadliest attack in 15 years

A man at a mosque in Kabul on July 24, 2016, grieves the death of a relative after the IS group claimed responsibility for twin explosions the day before that ripped through crowds of Shiite Hazaras in the Afghan capital killing at least 80 people Kabul was plunged into mourning Sunday after the deadliest attack for 15 years killed 80 people and left hundreds maimed, reigniting concern that the Islamic State group was seeking to expand its foothold in Afghanistan. Tempers were frayed a day after the twin bombings that tore through crowds of Shiite Hazara protesters, as many anxiously searched hospitals and morgues, looking among the mutilated bodies for missing relatives. "I promise you that I will avenge the blood of our loved ones on the perpetrators of this crime, wherever they are," President Ashraf Ghani said, declaring Sunday a national day of mourning.


UK's Hammond: Brexit path might be clearer later this year

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond walks to a meeting during the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors conference held in Chengdu in Southwestern China's Sichuan province Britain's new finance minister Philip Hammond sought to address concerns among global finance chiefs about the uncertain path ahead for the country's exit from the European Union, saying there could be more clarity later this year. "We have to be ready as government, the Bank of England has to be ready as monetary authority, throughout that period to respond to any instability created by that uncertainty and to ensure that the economy continues to operate smoothly," he said. Hammond, speaking after his first meeting with his fellow global finance chiefs from the Group of 20 economies, said concern about the shock result of Britain's EU membership referendum had increased uncertainty about the global economy.


G20 will use 'all policy tools' to lift growth as Brexit weighs

G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors pose for a group photo during a conference held in Chengdu in Southwestern China's Sichuan province By William Schomberg and Elias Glenn CHENGDU, China (Reuters) - The world's biggest economies will work to support global growth and better share the benefits of trade, policymakers said on Sunday after a meeting dominated by the impact of Britain's exit from Europe and fears of rising protectionism. Philip Hammond, Britain's new finance minister, said the uncertainty about Brexit would begin to abate once Britain laid out a vision for a future relationship with Europe, which could become clearer later this year.


No ASEAN consensus on South China Sea row _ for now

Laotian Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith, sixth from left, and Laotian Foreign Minister Saleumxay Kommasith, sixth from right, stand with with Southeast Asian foreign ministers, from left, an unidentified delegate from Malaysia, Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar, Vivian Balakrishnan of Singapore, Don Pramudwinai of Thailand, Pham Binh Minh of Vietnam, Thongloun Sisoulith, Saleumxay Kommasith, Perfecto Yasay Jr. of the Philippines, Brunei's Trade Minister Jock Seng Pehin Lim, Sakhonn Prak of Cambodia, Retno Marsudi of Indonesia and ASEAN Secretary General Le Luong Minh, as they pose for a group photo during the opening ceremony of the 49th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Vientiane, Laos, Sunday, July 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit) VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — Southeast Asia's main grouping apparently failed to reach a consensus on how to deal with China's territorial expansion in the South China Sea, intensifying a diplomatic stalemate that officials said they hope to resolve after closed-door parleys on Sunday.


No ASEAN consensus on South China Sea row _ for now

Laotian Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith, sixth from left, and Laotian Foreign Minister Saleumxay Kommasith, sixth from right, stand with with Southeast Asian foreign ministers, from left, an unidentified delegate from Malaysia, Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar, Vivian Balakrishnan of Singapore, Don Pramudwinai of Thailand, Pham Binh Minh of Vietnam, Thongloun Sisoulith, Saleumxay Kommasith, Perfecto Yasay Jr. of the Philippines, Brunei's Trade Minister Jock Seng Pehin Lim, Sakhonn Prak of Cambodia, Retno Marsudi of Indonesia and ASEAN Secretary General Le Luong Minh, as they pose for a group photo during the opening ceremony of the 49th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Vientiane, Laos, Sunday, July 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit) VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — Southeast Asia's main grouping apparently failed to reach a consensus on how to deal with China's territorial expansion in the South China Sea, intensifying a diplomatic stalemate that officials said they hope to resolve after closed-door parleys on Sunday.


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