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Battle for besieged Syrian city of Aleppo intensifies
BEIRUT (AP) -- With international diplomacy in tatters and the U.S. focused on its election, the Syrian government and its Russian allies are seizing the moment to wage an all-out campaign to recapture Aleppo, unleashing the most destructive bombing of the past five years and pushing into the center of the Old City....

Colombia's road to peace marred by multiple obstacles
CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) -- The contrast couldn't be more dramatic: As Colombia's president and the head of its largest guerrilla movement were putting their signatures on a historic peace deal, a 6-year-old boy was killed when he chased a soccer ball into a field and stepped on a land mine left behind during the half-century conflict....

LGBTQ festival canceled in Haiti amid threats, gov't order
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) -- Organizers of a cultural festival in Haiti celebrating the Afro-Caribbean LGBTQ community said Tuesday that it has been called off due to numerous threats of violence and a subsequent prohibition by a government commissioner....

Confidential UN report details South Sudan threats, violence
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) -- The U.N. ambulance carried an urgent patient: a local woman in labor. South Sudan government soldiers stopped the ambulance 15 times at checkpoints in the capital, Juba. The Aug. 2 journey, which usually takes 15 minutes, lasted nearly two hours....

Duterte: After tough talk, damage control prevails
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- The new Philippine president uses an expletive to warn key ally Barack Obama not to lecture him on human rights and, in another impromptu speech, declares a dramatic policy change in policy such as removing U.S. counterterrorism forces out of his country's volatile south. His key officials walk back the remarks and say everything is normal....

Toll from Egypt migrant boat sinking rises to more than 200
ROSETTA, Egypt (AP) -- Rescue workers on Tuesday pulled dozens of bodies from the hold of an Egyptian fishing boat that sank in the Mediterranean Sea carrying hundreds of migrants trying to make it to Europe, bringing the toll from the disaster to more than 200 dead....

UK opens secret files about 'Jewish terrorists' in 1940s
LONDON (AP) -- The call to British military security forces came early in the morning, shortly after 1 a.m., and could not be ignored. The informant's message was alarming: Assassins planned to kill the commander of British forces in Palestine the following morning; evasive action was needed....

Password breach could have ripple effects well beyond Yahoo
LONDON (AP) -- As investors and investigators weigh the damage of Yahoo's massive breach to the internet icon, information security experts worry that the record-breaking haul of password data could be used to open locks up and down the web....

Defense chief: 9/11 bill could be devastating to US military
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Legislation that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for allegedly backing the terrorists who carried out the attacks could be devastating to the U.S. military, according to Defense Secretary Ash Carter....

Health of Israel's Peres deteriorates after major stroke
JERUSALEM (AP) -- A person close to former Israeli President Shimon Peres says his condition has deteriorated, two weeks after suffering a major stroke....

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UK opens secret files about 'Jewish terrorists' in 1940s

Latin America/Caribbean
LGBTQ festival canceled in Haiti amid threats, gov't order

Middle East
Battle for besieged Syrian city of Aleppo intensifies