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Somalia's President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed speaks at his inauguration ceremony in Mogadishu, Somalia, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. Somalia's new leader, who also holds U.S. citizenship, was inaugurated Wednesday while promising to restore dignity to the troubled Horn of Africa nation but warning it will take another two decades to "fix" the country. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)
Somalia's new president appoints prime ministerSomalia's new president appoints prime minister, who also holds Norwegian citizenship
The Associated Press15 minutes ago
In this undated image made available Wednesday Feb. 22, 2017, by Hertfordshire Constabulary, showing Ian Stewart who has been found guilty of the murder of children's author Helen Bailey at St Albans Crown Court, on Wednesday Feb. 22, 2017.   The jury found Ian Stewart, the partner of Helen Bailey, guilty of killing her and dumping her body in a cesspool at her home, in a financially motivated murder. (Hertfordshire Constabulary via AP)
Author Helen Bailey's partner jailed for 34 years for murderThe partner of children's author Helen Bailey has been sentenced to at least 34 years in prison for murdering her and dumping her body in a cesspool at their home
The Associated Press18 minutes ago
UN Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Syria Staffan de Mistura informs the media one day before the resumption of the negotiation between the Syrian government and the opposition, at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017.  (Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP)
UN-sponsored Syria talks resume in Geneva after 10 monthsSyria peace talks under the auspices of the United Nations have resumed in Geneva, 10 months after they fell apart over escalating bloodshed in the war-torn country
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
Two policemen sit atop of their armoured vehicle as Iraqi Federal police deploy after regaining control of the town of Abu Saif, west of Mosul, Iraq, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. The battle for Mosul, backed by the U.S.-led coalition, has already driven the militants from the eastern half of the city, which is divided roughly in half by the Tigris River. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)
US-backed Iraqi forces enter Mosul airport, military baseBacked by US-led coalition, Iraqi forces push into military base, seize Mosul airport runway in fierce fighting with IS
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this photo taken Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, an abandoned baby reaches out to mobiles above its crib at the Door of Hope in Johannesburg. The sanctuary was started 17 years ago to provide a safe place where babies could be abandoned by their mothers. Sixty-four babies were taken in by the center in 2016 and 43 percent of those were adopted. The rest are cared for and eventually go to orphanages, said the organization, which receives funding from the government’s social welfare department and private donations. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)
AP PHOTOS: South African center gives hope to abandoned kidsAP PHOTOS: Johannesburg center offers love and hope to abandoned babies
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, file photo, North Korea's Ambassador to Malaysia Kang Chol speaks to the media outside the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Faced with the killing of its leader’s half brother in what appears to have all the trappings of a politically motivated hit, North Korea is turning up the volume on a familiar defense: Flatly deny the allegations, viciously attack the accusers. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian, File)
North Korea calls Malaysian investigation 'full of holes'After more than a week of silence in its state-controlled media, North Korea slammed the investigation into the death of one of its citizens in Kuala Lumpur, saying Malaysia's probe is full of "holes and contradictions"
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Two policemen sit atop of their armoured vehicle as Iraqi Federal police deploy after regaining control of the town of Abu Saif, west of Mosul, Iraq, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. The battle for Mosul, backed by the U.S.-led coalition, has already driven the militants from the eastern half of the city, which is divided roughly in half by the Tigris River. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)
The Latest: Iraqi special forces enter base by Mosul airportIraqi military spokesman: Iraqi special forces enter sprawling military base next to Mosul's airport; clashes underway
The Associated Press1 hour ago
This Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 file photo shows commercial fishing boats docked at Pier 38 in Honolulu. A proposal in the Hawaii Legislature has the potential to shake up the fishing industry and the permit process for foreign fishermen. A federal legal loophole allows the fishermen to fish off the coast of Hawaii, even though they are technically not allowed to enter the United States. The bill will be heard in two Hawaii Senate Committees Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones, File)
Hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermenA proposal in the Hawaii Legislature has the potential to cripple the state's commercial fishing industry after an Associated Press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Journalists chase a car which came out from North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. The women suspected of fatally poisoning a scion of North Korea's ruling family were trained to coat their hands with toxic chemicals then wipe them on his face, police said Wednesday, announcing they were now seeking a North Korean diplomat in connection with the attack. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
The Latest: Malaysia wants Interpol help on tracing suspectsMalaysia's national police chief Khalid Abu Bakar says help has been sought from Interpol to issue an alert for the four North Korean suspects who left Malaysia on the same day Kim Jong Nam, a half brother of North Korea's leader, was killed
The Associated Press5 hours ago
In this Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, photo released by China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Pandas, american-born Bao Bao looks out from a cage as she arrived at the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Center in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province. Bao Bao started settling into her new home Thursday in southwest China where she will eventually join a breeding program. (AP Photo/China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Pandas, HO)
US-born panda Bao Bao lands in China after leaving DC zooAn American-born panda on Thursday started settling into her new home in southwest China where she will eventually join a panda breeding program
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Journalists wait outside North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. North Korea denied Thursday that its agents masterminded the assassination of the half brother of leader Kim Jong Un, saying a Malaysian investigation into the death of one of its nationals is full of "holes and contradictions." The North's response came a day after Malaysian police said they were seeking two more North Koreans, including the second secretary of the North's2 embassy in Kuala Lumpur, in connection with the Feb. 13 killing of Kim Jong Nam at a Malaysian airport. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
North Korea denies it was behind killing at Malaysia airportNorth Korea says Malaysia's investigation into the death of one of its nationals is full of "holes and contradictions" amid speculation that its agents masterminded the assassination of leader Kim Jong Un's half brother
The Associated Press8 hours ago
This Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 file photo shows commercial fishing boats docked at Pier 38 in Honolulu. A proposal in the Hawaii Legislature has the potential to shake up the fishing industry and the permit process for foreign fishermen. A federal legal loophole allows the fishermen to fish off the coast of Hawaii, even though they are technically not allowed to enter the United States. The bill will be heard in two Hawaii Senate Committees Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones, File)
Hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermenA proposal in the Hawaii Legislature has the potential to cripple the state's commercial fishing industry after an Associated Press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions
The Associated Press8 hours ago
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