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Transfer of French warships to Russia 'inappropriate': US

A picture taken on June 23, 2014 in Saint-Nazaire, western France, shows the Vladivostok warship, a Mistral class LHD amphibious vessel ordered by Russia to the STX France shipyard The delivery of French Mistral-class warships to Russia would be "completely inappropriate" given the West's misgivings about Moscow's role in Ukraine, the United States said Tuesday. "We don't think anyone should be providing arms to Russia," deputy State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters, adding US officials had voiced their concern over the deal in recent days to French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. In the wake of the downing of a Malaysian airliner last week, blamed by the United States on a Russian missile system which it says was given to Ukrainian pro-Moscow separatists, EU foreign ministers agreed on Tuesday to strengthen sanctions against Russia. Paris has a deal worth 1.2 billion euros ($1.6 billion) to supply Russia with two Mistral warships.


Gov't arrests 192 on immigrant smuggling charges

Illegal migrants from Guatemala who are deported from the U.S. arrive at La Aurora airport in Guatemala City The Homeland Security Department says it has seized more than $625,000 and arrested 192 people in a crackdown on human smuggling along the U.S.-Mexican border in South Texas.


Bulgaria's central bank governor says ready to resign

People queue in front of a branch of Bulgaria's First Investment Bank in Sofia on June 27, 2014 Bulgaria's central bank governor Ivan Iskrov said on Tuesday that he was ready to tender his resignation amid a raging controversy over the fate of the country's fourth-largest bank. "If parliament reaches consensus to vote on appointing a new BNB governor before it breaks up on August 6, I am ready to table my resignation immediately," Iskrov said in a letter to lawmakers. The governor of ten years has faced pressure to leave over accusations that the central bank's poor supervision lead to the near-collapse of Corporate Commercial Bank, which was taken over by the BNB in June. Speculation was also rife in the media that the central bank has refused to hold talks on recapitalising the bank with its second-largest shareholder, Oman's sovereign wealth fund.


Eyes on India as deadline for key trade pact looms

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves while leaving the BRICS-UNASUR Summit at Itamaraty Palace in Brasilia, Brazil on July 16, 2014 India under new Prime Minister Narendra Modi could take a stand Wednesday on whether it will support a key global trade pact which faces an end-of-the-month deadline for adoption, a government official said. If India does not give its backing, it could delay or derail the deal streamlining customs procedures that would mark the first big global trade reform by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in two decades. India's Bharatiya Janata Party government, elected in May, warned earlier this month it might not ratify the trade facilitation agreement or TFA reached by the 160 WTO members last year in Bali.


Israel says no need to cancel flights after rocket fire

A picture taken from the southern Israeli Gaza border shows Israeli army armoured personnel carriers along the border with the Gaza strip, on July 21, 2014 Israel said there was no reason to cancel flights after a rocket fired from Gaza crashed just kilometres (miles) from its main airport Tuesday, prompting some airlines to suspend services. The Federal Aviation Authority banned US airlines from flying to or from the Jewish state, which is locked in a bloody conflict with Gaza militants, and major European and Canadian carriers cancelled flights shortly after. Israeli "Transport Minister Yisrael Katz this evening called American companies to explain to them that the take-off and landing at (Tel Aviv's) Ben Gurion airport presented no security problem for the aircraft and the passengers," a Civil Aviation Authority spokesman said. The projectile was fired from the Gaza Strip, where Israel has been carrying out an offensive against Islamist movement Hamas since July 8.


Barclays, Deutsche Bank in US tax scheme: Senate report

A picture shows the Barclays Bank headquarters in Canary Wharf, in London on May 8, 2014 Two of Europe's largest banks, Barclays and Deutsche Bank, have sold complex financial products that allowed hedge funds to avoid US taxes, a Senate report said Tuesday. The scheme has cost the federal government billions of dollars in tax revenues, according to the report by the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. The committee said an investigation revealed how British bank Barclays and Germany's Deutsche Bank developed two types of so-called "basket options" -- instruments indexed on market values, such as stocks and commodities -- to help the hedge funds skirt US taxes.


Top airlines cancel Israel flights after Gaza rocket strike

Planes of German airline Lufthansa wait on the airfield at Duesseldorf International airport, March 13, 2014, in Germany Major US, European and Canadian airlines cancelled flights to and from Israel on Tuesday after a rocket fired from Gaza struck near its main international airport in Tel Aviv. The cancellations highlighted heightened worldwide fears of a rocket hitting a passenger jet in the wake of last week's downing of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 over rebel-held eastern Ukraine with nearly 300 on boar In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) banned US airlines from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport for at least 24 hours, citing the ongoing crisis in Gaza.


Md. state senator must drop Hershey-bar-like signs

BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge says a political candidate whose last name is Hershey must stop using campaign materials that mimic the look of the famous chocolate bar.

FAA tells U.S. airlines not to fly to Tel Aviv

The Federal Aviation Administration told U.S. airlines Tuesday they are prohibited from flying to the Tel Aviv airport in Israel for 24 hours following a Hamas rocket explosion nearby.

FAA tells U.S. airlines not to fly to Tel Aviv

The Federal Aviation Administration told U.S. airlines Tuesday they are prohibited from flying to the Tel Aviv airport in Israel for 24 hours following a Hamas rocket explosion nearby.

Airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fear

In a sign of increased caution about flying near combat zones, U.S. and European airlines halted flights to Israel Tuesday after a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport.

Parched Texas town turns to sewage water to keep city flush with water

By Marice Richter DALLAS (Reuters) - When the going got tough due one of with worst droughts in a century, the parched Texas city of Wichita Falls got going with its program to recycle sewage water for drinking. The city this month opened the spigots on a $13 million system that mixes 5 million gallons a day of treated waste water with area lake water to keep drinking water flowing for its 105,000 residents. "Everyone I know is buying bottled water," said Ronna Prickett, co-owner of Polka-Dot Penguin gift shop. "People at the city have been telling us to have faith in the system but there is a stigma attached." The reservoirs that serve Wichita Falls, about 100 miles northwest of Dallas, have dropped below 25 percent of their capacity and are expected to run dry in two years.

Real estate heir charged for urinating on candy

FILE - In this Sept. 25, 2003 file photo, Robert Durst smiles for the camera at the end of the day's testimony in his murder trial in Galveston, Texas. The New York City real estate heir who admitted killing his neighbor in Texas a decade ago is facing a new charge in Houston- that he urinated on candy at a drug store. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File) HOUSTON (AP) — A New York City real estate heir who admitted killing his neighbor a decade ago in Texas is facing a new charge in Houston that accuses him of urinating on candy at a drug store.


Defense lawyer says Ventura seeking attention with defamation suit

FORMER MINNESOTA GOVERNOR VENTURA DURING TIMBERWOLVES NBA PLAYOFF GAME. By Art Hughes ST. PAUL Minn. (Reuters) - Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura's defamation case is aimed at keeping the name of the fading star in the headlines at the expense of an ex-Navy SEAL who served his country with honor, defense lawyers said on Tuesday. In closing arguments made at a federal court in St. Paul, Minnesota, lawyers for the estate of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle said Ventura's lawsuit was without merit. Ventura is seeking an unspecified amount in damages. Lawyers for Ventura said the ex-governor's reputation was sullied and his TV career left in shambles by claims made in Kyle's book about a bar fight between the two sparked by what Kyle said were disparaging comments about the SEALs that he later attributed to the former politician.


Woman sexually assaulted at Logan Square fountain

Woman sexually assaulted at Logan Square fountain Philadelphia police say a man is in custody after sexually assaulting a woman at the fountain at Logan Square.


Detroit workers, retirees give bankruptcy plan a boost

'Detroit' is seen on the top of an iron man-hole cover on a street in Detroit Detroit will head into the critical phase of its historic bankruptcy case next month with the backing of an overwhelming majority of its active and retired workers and with opposition from a small, hard-core group of hold-out creditors. It puts U.S. Judge Steven Rhodes in a position to impose the plan to adjust $18 billion in debt on objecting creditors or for the city to settle with those creditors. "The judge can cram down the dissenters upon a showing that the plan does not discriminate unfairly against them, and is fair and equitable to them," Laura Bartell, a law professor at Wayne State University in Detroit, said on Tuesday. City workers and retirees would see smaller pension reductions under the so-called grand bargain, which taps $466 million pledged by philanthropic foundations and the Detroit Institute of Arts over 20 years and $195 million from the state of Michigan to ease pension cuts and save art work from being sold to pay city creditors.


U.S. to release intelligence on Malaysian plane downing: State Department

The United States will on Tuesday release intelligence backing its assertion that the Malaysian airliner that crashed in Ukraine was brought down by a missile fired from the separatist-controlled area, the State Department said. Spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters the intelligence community would later in the day "be further declassifying information and will be putting out additional information that supports what we have said." Harf repeated the U.S. belief that the plane, with nearly 300 people on board, was shot down by a Russian-made SA-11 ground-to-air missile fired from an area controlled by separatists close to the Russian border in eastern Ukraine.

Cause of Williston fire unknown, flights canceled

Smoke rises from the site of a fire in an industrial area of Williston, N.D. on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Authorities have set up an evacuation zone within a half-mile radius of Red River Supply, the site of the fire. No injuries were immediately reported. Red River Supply provides services to oil companies working in North Dakota's oil patch. (AP Photo/Josh Wood) WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — A massive fire at an oil supply company was burning itself out Tuesday afternoon, 12 hours after it began in an industrial part of the western North Dakota oil patch town of Williston.


US stocks climb as earnings reports roll in

FILE - This March 4, 2013 file photo shows a sign for Wall Street on the side of building near the New York Stock Exchange, in New York. U.S. stock futures pointed higher early Tuesday, July 22, 2014, as more corporate earnings rolled in. Shares in the restaurant chain Chipotle and the cable company Comcast surged after they reported results that were better than Wall Street expected. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) NEW YORK (AP) — Solid earnings for a range of big companies helped nudge the stock market higher on Tuesday. The restaurant chain Chipotle and the cable giant Comcast surged after reporting better results than Wall Street expected.


Israel pounds Gaza despite international peace efforts

Israeli police officers detain a protester suspected of throwing stones during a protest by Israeli Arabs in the northern city of Nazareth, against Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, saying no ceasefire was near as top U.S. and United Nations diplomats pursued talks on halting the fighting that has claimed more than 600 lives. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held discussions in neighbouring Egypt, while U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv and planned to see the Palestinian prime minister in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) banned U.S. carriers from flying to or from Ben-Gurion International Airport, after a rocket fired from Gaza struck near the airport's fringes, injuring two people. Israel's flagship carrier El Al continued flights as usual.


Contrarian's case: Why US could dip into recession

In this July 9, 2014 photo, economist David Levy poses for picture in his office in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Levy, who oversees the Levy Forecast, a newsletter analyzing the economy that his family started in 1949, says the United States is likely to fall into a recession next year triggered by downturns in other countries, the first time in modern history. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) NEW YORK (AP) — Just as the U.S. economy is strengthening, other countries are threatening to drag it down.


Police: Warrington man rape, assaulting girls

Police: Warrington man rape, assaulting girls A man from Warrington, Pa. has been arrested and charged with the rape of one girl and the assault of another.


Southwest, South score low on child welfare index

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Several states in the Deep South and Southwest have earned dismal scores on an annual child welfare index that cited poverty and single-parent house households as worrisome trends that must be turned around for things to improve.

Putin signs law seen as crimping social media

Russia's President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting in the Volga River region of Samara, on July 21, 2014 President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed a law requiring Internet companies to store all personal data of Russian users at data centres in Russia, a move which could chill criticism on foreign social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. These companies, which do not have offices in Russia, have become a vital resource for opposition groups and refuse to hand over user data to governments. The use of Russian data centres would make them and other Internet companies subject to Russian laws on government access to information. The Kremlin said the law was aimed at "improving the management of personal data of Russian citizens on computer networks" and that companies which do not comply with the legislation would be blocked.


Israel says no reason to cancel flights after rocket fire

A picture taken from the southern Israeli Gaza border shows Israeli army armoured personnel carriers along the border with the Gaza strip, on July 21, 2014 Jerusalem (AFP) - Israel said there was no reason to cancel flights after a rocket fired from Gaza crashed just kilometres (miles) from its main airport Tuesday, prompting some airlines to suspend services.


7th death blamed on 2013 Philly building collapse

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The family of a truck driver who died of heart disease weeks after he survived a deadly building collapse in Philadelphia filed a wrongful-death lawsuit Tuesday linking his death to the catastrophe.

Police: Warrington man raped two girls

Police: Warrington man rape, assaulting girls A man from Warrington, Pa. has been arrested and charged with the rape of two girls.


Toronto film fest unveils premieres as scheduling criteria tightens

By Cameron French TORONTO (Reuters) - Noah Baumbach's "While We're Young" and Ed Zwick's "Pawn Sacrifice" will be among the world premieres at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, one of the top movie showcases and a favored platform to unveil Oscar contenders. "While We're Young", by indie darling Baumbach, stars Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts as a middle aged couple whose lives are disrupted when a free-spirited younger couple enters the picture. "Pawn Sacrifice" stars Tobey Maguire as American chess legend Bobby Fischer, locked in a world championship match in 1972 with Soviet rival Boris Spassky, played by Liev Schreiber.

Queen's horse fails drug test

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II with her horse, Estimate, in the winner's enclosure after it wins the Gold Cup on the third day of Royal Ascot, in Berkshire, west of London, on June 20, 2013 A horse owned by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II which won one of England's most prestigious races has failed a drugs test, Buckingham Palace announced Tuesday. Estimate, which lifted the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2013 and came second in this year's edition, has tested positive for morphine, a banned substance. A statement by the Queen's racing advisor said initial indications were the positive test had resulted from the "consumption of a contaminated feed product". The Queen, renowned for her love and knowledge of horse racing, cheered on Estimate -- whose trainer Michael Stoute has been a leading figure on the English turf scene for more than 30 years -- when the now five-year-old filly won at Ascot last year.


American Samoa warns about illness outbreak

PAGO PAGO, American Samoa (AP) — American Samoa is issuing a health alert after about 100 people went to the territory's only hospital with symptoms similar to Dengue fever.

France's Fabius blasts Palestinian deaths as unacceptable

The father of a nine-year-old Palestinian girl, Shahed Qishtah, screams followed by a relative carrying her into the Kamal Adwan hospital after she was injured and later died from an Israeli strike while playing on July 22, 2014 in the Gaza Strip French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Tuesday blasted as unacceptable the number of Palestinian casualties as Israel continued its bloody offensive on Gaza. Fabius's comments are a marked change from France's initial stance at the beginning of the conflict, when Israel launched an air offensive on Gaza in response to rockets fired into the Jewish state by Hamas militants. President Francois Hollande then condemned "aggressions" against the Jewish state but made no mention of Palestinian casualties. Earlier on Tuesday, Fabius condemned "continued attacks and massacres" both in Israel and in Gaza, ahead of an EU foreign ministers' meeting that called on Israel to "act proportionately."


EU readies possible capital, tech sanctions on Russia

Germany's Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier attends a meeting with BMW executives in Mexico City By Justyna Pawlak and Adrian Croft BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union threatened Russia on Tuesday with harsher sanctions over Ukraine that could inflict wider damage on its economy following the downing of a Malaysian airliner, but it delayed action for a few days. Efforts to forge a united front were hampered by a French announcement that the planned delivery of a warship to Moscow would go ahead despite U.S. and British pleas to halt it. At a meeting in Brussels, EU foreign ministers for the first time raised the possibility of restricting Russian access to European capital markets, defence and energy technology, asking the executive European Commission to draft proposals this week. Such sanctions would require the approval of all EU governments and would apply only if Moscow does not cooperate with an international investigation into the Malaysia Airlines plane crash in an area of eastern Ukraine controlled by Russian-backed separatists, and if it fails to stop weapons flowing into the country.


France's Fabius blasts Palestinian deaths as unacceptable

The father of a nine-year-old Palestinian girl, Shahed Qishtah, screams followed by a relative carrying her into the Kamal Adwan hospital after she was injured and later died from an Israeli strike while playing on July 22, 2014 in the Gaza Strip French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Tuesday blasted as unacceptable the number of Palestinian casualties as Israel continued its bloody offensive on Gaza. Fabius's comments are a marked change from France's initial stance at the beginning of the conflict, when Israel launched an air offensive on Gaza in response to rockets fired into the Jewish state by Hamas militants. President Francois Hollande then condemned "aggressions" against the Jewish state but made no mention of Palestinian casualties. Earlier on Tuesday, Fabius condemned "continued attacks and massacres" both in Israel and in Gaza, ahead of an EU foreign ministers' meeting that called on Israel to "act proportionately."


Ohio woman has long road ahead after rock attack

DANVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Doctors had a simple goal when they first saw how a football-sized rock thrown from an interstate overpass in central Pennsylvania had shattered Sharon Budd's skull: keep her alive.

MP calls for Premier League boycott

A general view shows the Houses of Parliament in central London on April 10, 2013 A British lawmaker called on Tuesday for fans to boycott English Premier League football matches in protest at the high number of foreign players taking part in the competition. The overseas presence was making it impossible for England to win the World Cup again, claimed David Amess, a member of the Conservative Party led by Prime Minister David Cameron. Amess labelled the Premier League an "absolute disgrace" and called for a boycott of English football's lucrative top-flight ahead of the new season, which starts on August 16.


Spain reports record number of visitors in first half

A cathedral is seen from the Gibralfaro Castle in Malaga, in the Andalusia region of Spain, January 29, 2011 A record 28 million foreign tourists flocked to Spain during the first half of the year, with British and German holidaymakers leading the wave, the government said on Monday. Tourism is a main pillar of Spain's economy, struggling to gain strength after a decade-long property boom collapsed in 2008, leaving one in four out of work. Unrest in other countries popular with European tourists such as Egypt and Turkey has helped boost visitor numbers to Spain, the world's third most visited nation. British holidaymakers topped the list, with 6.5 million visiting Spain during the first six months of the year, up 5.8 percent from a year earlier.


Suicide bomb kills at least four at army base in Benghazi: security source

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - At least four people were killed in a suicide bombing at an army base in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on Tuesday, a security source said. Islamist militants and army forces have been clashing regularly in the city, but suicide attacks have been rare during the turmoil that has followed the 2011 overthrow over veteran ruler Muammar Gaddafi. (Reporting by Patrick Markey; Editing by Alison Williams)

Turkey arrests 100 top police in wire-tapping probe

Former vice president of the Financial Crime department of the Istanbul police, Kazim Aksoy (C) leaves a hospital in Istanbul after a medical check-up at the start of his custody on July 22, 2014 Turkish authorities on Tuesday arrested scores of senior police officers on suspicion of illegally eavesdropping on top officials, including Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A total of 100 serving and former top police officers were arrested as part of two probes, prosecutors said in a statement. Most of the arrests were in Istanbul but raids were also carried out in the capital Ankara and cities including Izmir and Diyarbakir. The arrests are the latest round in a bitter feud between Erdogan and his former ally Fethullah Gulen, in the wake of a vast corruption scandal that broke late last year implicating the prime minister and his inner circle.


Turkey arrests 100 top police in wire-tapping probe

Former vice president of the Financial Crime department of the Istanbul police, Kazim Aksoy (C) leaves a hospital in Istanbul after a medical check-up at the start of his custody on July 22, 2014 Turkish authorities on Tuesday arrested scores of senior police officers on suspicion of illegally eavesdropping on top officials, including Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A total of 100 serving and former top police officers were arrested as part of two probes, prosecutors said in a statement. Most of the arrests were in Istanbul but raids were also carried out in the capital Ankara and cities including Izmir and Diyarbakir. The arrests are the latest round in a bitter feud between Erdogan and his former ally Fethullah Gulen, in the wake of a vast corruption scandal that broke late last year implicating the prime minister and his inner circle.


Arizona asks top court to reverse execution ruling

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The state of Arizona is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court's ruling and allow an inmate's execution scheduled for Wednesday to proceed.
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