News archive from 9 April 2017, page 3

Assad speaks with Iran's president, who affirms support

BEIRUT –  Syrian state media says President Bashar Assad has spoken with his Iranian counterpart following last week's U.S. missile strike on a Syrian air base. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called the strike on Friday a "blatant...

 

Officials: 1 person dead after shooting near upscale shopping mall in South Florida

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Officials say 1 person is dead after shooting near upscale shopping mall in South Florida.

 

Israeli media: Billionaire questioned in Netanyahu probe

JERUSALEM –  Israeli media say police have questioned another billionaire as part of a corruption probe involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Channel 2 TV says police grilled British businessman Poju Zabludowicz on Saturday about alleged...

 

Long-haul train crashes into Moscow commuter train, 15 hurt

MOSCOW –  Russia's emergency services ministry says 15 people have been hospitalized after a long-distance passenger train slammed into a commuter train in western Moscow. The accident Saturday night occurred when a commuter train, which was empty...

 

Egypt church bombing kills at least 25

CAIRO –  A bomb exploded in a church north of Cairo that was packed with Palm Sunday worshippers, killing at least 25 people and wounding 71 others, officials said. The attack in the Nile Delta town of Tanta was the latest in a series of assaults on...

 

Books: New and noteworthy

USA TODAY’s Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week. 1. Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night by Jason Zinoman (Harper, non-fiction, on sale April 11) What it’s about: The comedy critic for The New York Times takes on David...

 

Hungary: Showdown of 'illiberal state' vs. 'open society'

BUDAPEST, Hungary –  Hungary's effort to close Central European University, founded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros in 1991, is another step in Prime Minister Viktor Orban's plan to transform his country into an "illiberal state,"...

 

Somalia car bomb explodes near convoy of top army officials

MOGADISHU, Somalia –  A Somali police officer says a suicide car bomber exploded near a convoy carrying senior army officials who had just left the defense ministry where the new army chief took over. Col. Ahmed Hassan said there are casualties but he...

 

Auto show: It's goodbye small and hello big in New York

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare The 2017 New York Auto Show will feature hot performance cars and a bevy of SUV’s. But watch out, these vehicles may be on the high end of the price spectrum. The auto industry has always had a knack for rolling out new...

 

Ex-Labor minister tells EU to 'forget Great Britain' during Brexit talks

Lord Mandelson was branded a traitor on Saturday after he urged EU chiefs to screw Britain in Brexit talks. The ex-Labor minister claimed it would be “absolutely impossible” to strike a deal because Theresa May has the “wrong attitude.” And he...

 

Spanish hotel trashed by 1,200 partying Portuguese teens

BARCELONA, Spain –  Spanish police say 1,200 Portuguese students have caused tens of thousands of euros in damages during a stay at a hotel on the country's southern coast. A local police officer in Torremolinos says officers had to intercede on...

 
Tech Q&A: iPhones, Bluetooth and more

Tech Q&A: iPhones, Bluetooth and more

Make money on the internet Q: I get migraine headaches that prevent me from getting a real job. How can I find a job online? A: First off, let’s redefine “real job.” If the gig is legal, you’re working hard and the income pays the bills, it’s a real...

 
Egypt church bombing kills at least 26

Egypt church bombing kills at least 26

A bomb exploded in a church north of Cairo packed with Palm Sunday worshippers, killing at least 26 people and wounding 71 others, officials said. Television footage showed footage from inside the church, where a large number of people gathered around...

 
Palm Sunday attacks: Bombings at churches in Egypt leave at least 32 dead

Palm Sunday attacks: Bombings at churches in Egypt leave at least 32 dead

At least two bombs exploded at two churches in Egypt packed with Palm Sunday worshippers, killing at least 32 people and wounding 130 others, officials said. The first blast took place at the Nile Delta town of Tanta, killing at least 26 people and...

 

5 killed in anti-India protests on Kashmir by-election day

SRINAGAR, India –  Officials in India's portion of Kashmir say five people were killed when security forces opened fire on crowds of people who attacked polling stations where voting for a by-election was taking place. Chief electoral officer...

 
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