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  • Court sends Charlie Gard to a hospice to die

    27 July 2017 4:54 PM 9

    A judge had given the parents until noon to reach agreement with Great Ormond Street Hospital about spending more time in a hospice, but no compromise was reached so a judge ruled that Charlie's artificial ventilation should be turned off. "It is not in Charlie's best interests for artificial ventilation to continue to be provided to him and it is therefore

  • The Latest: Governor won't speculate on deadly fair accident

    27 July 2017 3:35 PM 11

    Ohio's governor is promising a thorough investigation into what caused a thrill ride on the Ohio State Fair midway to break apart and send riders tumbling through the air. Authorities stand near the Fire Ball amusement ride after the ride malfunctioned injuring several at the Ohio State Fair, Wednesday, July 26, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. Some of the victims

  • Swedish PM axes two ministers in data scandal, confidence vote looms

    27 July 2017 2:37 PM 14

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven replaced two ministers on Thursday in a scandal over the leaking of sensitive data, trying to contain the damage and stave off an early election. Faced with a political crisis over a botched IT outsourcing deal, Lofven sacrificed his interior and infrastructure ministers rather than step down or call a snap vote more than a year ahead

  • Wife of Zimbabwe’s leader tells Mugabe to name successor

    27 July 2017 2:19 PM 11

    HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe’s first lady on Thursday publicly urged her 93-year-old husband to name a successor, wading into a subject that President Robert Mugabe has regarded as taboo. Grace Mugabe, whose political influence has been growing, previously said the world’s oldest head of state could rule from the grave. “If God decides to take him, then we would

  • Venezuela's Maduro lashes out at 'insolent' US sanctions

    27 July 2017 12:38 PM 14

    Caracas - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro branded US sanctions leveled at his regime on Wednesday as "insolent," as pressure piled up on him abroad and at home over his controversial plan to elect a new body to rewrite the constitution. The US measures came as Venezuela's opposition began a two-day nationwide strike aimed at ousting the president

  • US admiral stands ready to obey a Trump nuclear strike order

    27 July 2017 12:02 PM 13

    Canberra - The US Pacific Fleet commander said on Thursday he would launch a nuclear strike against China next week if President Donald Trump ordered it, and warned against the military ever shifting its allegiance from its commander in chief. Adm. Scott Swift was addressing an Australian National University security conference following a major joint

  • 'Fired by tweet': Trump ban shocks transgender troops, veterans

    27 July 2017 11:33 AM 14

    Another transgender service member said he will not be kicked out without a fight. Transgender veterans and active-duty troops spoke Wednesday about Trump's Twitter pronouncement banning transgender people from military service. Paula M. Neira, who left the Navy in 1991 and transitioned to female after leaving active duty, said she was angry at Trump's

  • Palestinians to end boycott of Jerusalem holy site

    27 July 2017 10:52 AM 11

    Jerusalem - Palestinians were set to return to pray at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site on Thursday after Israeli authorities removed controversial new security measures, potentially ending a nearly two-week crisis that sparked deadly unrest. Muslim authorities announced a boycott of the Haram al-Sharif compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, was to end on Thursday

  • Genetic tests on rhino horns will determine origin

    27 July 2017 10:06 AM 17

    Johannesburg - The rhino horns intercepted at OR Tambo International airport this week will be subjected to genetic profiling by the Forensic Science Laboratory of the South African Police Service (SAPS), to determine the origin of the rhinoceros horn. She said Tuesday's arrest of a Chinese national was the result of collaboration between officials from the SA Police

  • Pentagon caught flat-footed on Trump’s transsexual ban

    27 July 2017 7:31 AM 16

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump abruptly declared a ban on transgender troops serving anywhere in the U.S. military, catching the Pentagon flat-footed and unable to explain what it called Trump’s “guidance.” His proclamation, on Twitter rather than any formal announcement, drew bipartisan denunciations and threw currently serving transgender soldiers