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Austrian court: Suggesting right-winger is Nazi is no crime


Associated Press

VIENNA (AP) -- An Austrian court has cleared a left-wing politician of defaming right-wing presidential candidate Norbert Hofer by suggesting he is a Nazi. Hofer took...full story
updated 2016-07-30 03:42 AM
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Austrian court: Suggesting right-winger is Nazi is no crime

Associated Press

VIENNA (AP) -- An Austrian court has cleared a left-wing politician of defaming right-wing presidential candidate Norbert Hofer by suggesting he is a Nazi. Hofer took....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

Building his brand: rapper Nas ventures into filmmaking
By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr.
Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) -- Nas, one of music's most revered lyricists and story tellers, is taking his talents into filmmaking. The rapper has traded performing onstage to....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

AP PHOTOS: Voodoo festival transforms Haitian village
By DIEU NALIO CHERY
Associated Press

PLAINE-DU-NORD, Haiti (AP) -- A village in northern Haiti is transformed over two days each July into the spiritual center of the Voodoo religion. Thousands of....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

The Latest: Sandy Hook principal expects tears, excitement

Associated Press

NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) -- The Latest on the opening of the new Sandy Hook Elementary School (all times local): 12:30 p.m. Sandy Hook Elementary School's principal says....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

Man, 18, arrested in El Paso for sex trafficking girls, 15

Associated Press

EL PASO, Texas (AP) -- Federal authorities in El Paso say an 18-year-old man believed from Africa is held without bond on a sex trafficking....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

Leona Lewis puts aside pop world to get her nails in 'Cats'
By MARK KENNEDY
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- When she was not yet 10, Leona Lewis was taken to see "Cats" in London. It turned out to be theatrical....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

BC-Sunday Spotlight,ADVISORY

Associated Press

The following story will move Saturday as this week's Sunday Spotlight, a feature showcasing the best off-the-news enterprise in the AP report: EUROPE-SECURITY -- After a....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

Zika mosquito: thrives in hot weather, hard to wipe out
By MIKE STOBBE and JENNIFER KAY
Associated Press

Behind the spread of the Zika virus is a tiny menace that just won't go away. It's called the Aedes aegypti (AYE'-dees uh-GYP'-tie), a species of....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

77 charged in Scottish crackdown on online child sex abuse

Associated Press

LONDON (AP) -- Scottish police have charged 77 people and found more than 30 million pictures of young people being abused during a six-week operation....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

Sweden arrests man wanted by Russia on terror-related crime

Associated Press

STOCKHOLM (AP) -- Swedish prosecutors say a 36-year-old man wanted by Russia has been arrested at Stockholm's airport as he was about to leave the....Fullstory

2016-07-30 03:42 AM

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