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  • A vehicle and a home are swamped with floodwater from nearby Black Creek in Florence, S.C., Monday, Oct. 5, 2015 as flooding continues throughout the state following several days of rain. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The latest on the rainstorm that is pounding parts of the East Coast (all times local):

    Afghan staff react inside a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital after an air strike in the city of Kunduz, AfghanistanBy Yeganeh Torbati WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Afghan forces asked for U.S. air support while fighting the Taliban in Kunduz shortly before an air strike resulted in the deaths of civilians there, the American commander of international forces in Afghanistan said on Monday. U.S. Army General John Campbell's comments fell short of squarely acknowledging U.S. responsibility for an air strike that killed 22 people in an Afghan hospital run by aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) on Saturday. MSF on Monday reiterated its call for an independent investigation into the incident, saying discrepancies in the accounts of what happened made such a probe "ever more critical." "We have now learned that on October 3 Afghan forces advised that they were taking fire from enemy positions and asked for air support from U.S. forces," Campbell said in a briefing with reporters.

    By Krista Mahr and Hamid Shalizi KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's reticence since a suspected U.S. air strike hit a hospital in northern Afghanistan on Saturday speaks volumes about how much he relies on Washington after 14 years of war. The air strike in Kunduz that killed 22 staff and patients at a clinic run by the medical aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has fueled Afghan anger over Ghani's close relationship with Washington, which stands in sharp contrast to the strained ties seen under his predecessor Hamid Karzai.

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during a campaign stop at the Manchester Community College, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is lashing out at the special House committee investigating the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya.

    Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin leaves the field at the end of the NFL football game between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins and at Wembley stadium in London, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. The Jets won the match 27-14. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)MIAMI (AP) — Joe Philbin was fired Monday four games into his fourth season as coach of the Miami Dolphins, and one day after a flop on an international stage that apparently sealed his fate.

    A passenger passes by an Amtrak train September 3, 2015 at Union Station in Washington, DCNew York (AFP) - A passenger train derailed Monday in the US state of Vermont, injuring an undetermined number of people, state police told AFP.

    Mobile has become the new battleground for tech companies seeking to keep users within their ecosystems, where they can reach them with more products, services and advertisingUS tech giants are turning to the news in their competition for mobile users, developing new, faster ways to deliver content, but the benefits for struggling media outlets remain unclear. Apple News, an app included in Apple's updated iOS 9 mobile operating system, launched last month, delivers content from more than 50 media partners, including the New York Times, Vanity Fair and Vogue.

    ROXBURY, Vt. (AP) — An Amtrak train headed from Vermont to Washington, D.C., derailed in central Vermont on Monday after apparently striking rocks that were on the tracks. No life-threatening injuries were reported.

    A Russian Navy ship named 'Caesar Kunikov' passes through the Dardanelles strait in Turkey en route to the Mediterranean Sea, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. Russia began launching military operations in Syria on Wednesday. (Photo/Burak Gezen/DHA via AP) TURKEY OUTANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's prime minister vowed Monday to take all necessary measures to protect the nation's borders from violation after a Russian fighter jet entered its airspace over the weekend, prompting Turkey to scramble jets and summon the Russian ambassador in protest.

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry addresses the Our Ocean international conference on marine protection in Vina del Mar, Chile, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. President Barack Obama declared new marine sanctuaries in Lake Michigan and the tidal waters of Maryland on Monday, while Chile blocked off a vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean near the world-famous Easter Island from commercial fishing and oil and gas exploration. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo)VALPARAISO, Chile (AP) — President Barack Obama declared new marine sanctuaries in Lake Michigan and the tidal waters of Maryland on Monday, while Chile blocked off more than 200,000 square miles of the Pacific Ocean near the world-famous Easter Island from commercial fishing and oil and gas exploration.

    Doctors Without Borders on Monday called for a full investigation into the Kunduz air strike that killed 22 people at an Afghan hospital run by the aid group, citing discrepancies in U.S. and Afghan accounts of the incident. The United States bears responsibility for the targets it hits, Christopher Stokes, general director for the group, also known as Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), said in a statement. "Their description of the attack keeps changing – from collateral damage, to a tragic incident, to now attempting to pass responsibility to the Afghanistan government," Stokes said.

    Putin and Erdogan meet in MoscowBy Ayla Jean Yackley and Humeyra Pamuk ISTANBUL (Reuters) - The United States and its NATO allies denounced Russia on Monday for violating Turkish air space along the frontier with Syria, and Ankara threatened to respond if provoked again, raising the prospect of direct confrontation between the Cold War enemies. NATO held an emergency meeting of ambassadors of its 28 member states to respond to what Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg called "unacceptable violations of Turkish air space" after Turkey said a Russian jet had crossed its frontier. NATO members "strongly protest" and "condemn" incursions into Turkish and NATO territory, the alliance said.

    Attorney General Loretta Lynch listens to a reporters question during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, to announce resolution of federal and state claims against BP for the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the restoration of natural resources in the Gulf of Mexico. The oil platform explosion killed 11 and led to the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history, with up to a million gallons of oil per day spilling into the sea and washing up on the coastlines of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, and Texas. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department and five states have finalized a settlement worth more than $20 billion arising from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, federal officials announced Monday.

    BAGHDAD (AP) — A senior security official in the southern Iraqi city of Basra says a car bomb tore through a commercial street in a suburb near the city killing 10 people.CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — Oscar Pistorius' lawyer says a decision on the Olympic athlete's early release from prison has been referred back to the parole board.

    The Doctors Without Borders hospital is seen in flames, after explosions in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. Doctors Without Borders announced that the death toll from the bombing of the group's Kunduz hospital compound has risen to at least 16, including 3 children and that tens are missing after the explosions that may have been caused by a U.S. airstrike. In a statement, the international charity said the "sustained bombing" took place at 2:10 a.m. (21:40 GMT). Afghan forces backed by U.S. airstrikes have been fighting to dislodge Taliban insurgents who overran Kunduz on Monday. (Médecins Sans Frontières via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) — Afghan forces who reported being under Taliban fire requested the U.S. airstrike that killed 22 people at a medical clinic in northern Afghanistan over the weekend, the top commander of American and coalition forces in Afghanistan said Monday, correcting an initial U.S. statement that the strike had been launched because U.S. forces were threatened.

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership creates the world's largest free-trade area, encompassing 40 percent of the global economyTwelve Pacific rim countries sealed the deal Monday on creating the world's largest free trade area, delivering President Barack Obama a major policy triumph. The deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, led by the United States and Japan, aims to set the rules for 21st century trade and investment and press China, not one of the 12, to shape its behavior in commerce to the TPP standards. "After five years of intensive negotiations, we have come to an agreement that will create jobs, drive sustainable growth, foster inclusive development, and promote innovation across the Asia Pacific Region," said US Trade Representative Michael Froman.

    The train, en route from St. Albans, Vermont, to Washington D.C., was reported derailed near Roxbury, about 20 miles south of the state capital Montpelier, after it hit debris on the track from a rock slide, Amtrak said in a statement. The U.S. national passenger rail service said the derailment of Train #55 was reported to local law enforcement agencies at 10:30 a.m. (10:30 a.m. EDT). Police and emergency crews went to the scene, Vermont State Police spokesman Scott Waterman said.

    In this photo taken Sept. 26, 2015, Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams watches a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies in Washington. The Washington Nationals say they have fired Matt Williams and his coaching staff. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)WASHINGTON (AP) — Manager Matt Williams was fired by the Washington Nationals on Monday after a season in which the team went from World Series favorite to failing to make the playoffs.

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, pictured on November 20, 2014, sent the first ever "tweet" on March 21, 2006Twitter ended its drawn-out search for a new CEO on Monday, putting co-founder Jack Dorsey officially back in the saddle as the social media service seeks to win over millions more users. The soft-spoken 38-year-old will also remain chief executive of digital payments firm Square, Twitter said, putting him at the reins of two tech giants in Silicon Valley. "Our work forward is to make Twitter easy to understand by anyone in the world, and give more utility to the people who love to use it daily!" Dorsey tweeted early Monday.

    By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Terrorism investigations are becoming harder and more risky because some social media companies either refuse to help or make products which deliberately hamper inquiries, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism police officer said on Monday. London Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said that since former U.S. spy contractor Edward Snowden revealed the extent to which intelligence agencies could intercept online traffic, new technologies had emerged that made plots harder to foil. "We have a growing Achilles heel that, if it is not tackled, will slowly diminish our ability to keep the public safe," Rowley told the Royal United Services Institute, a London think-tank.BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq official: Car bomb on busy commercial street near city of Basra kills 10, wounds 25.

    Stock traders work at the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015 in New York. World stocks rose Monday after weak U.S. jobs data prompted expectations the Federal Reserve might postpone an interest rate hike. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. and global stocks rose in midday trading Monday after a gloomy jobs report last week led investors to expect that the Federal Reserve will postpone its first interest rate increase in nearly a decade. Energy stocks rose along with the price of oil.

    U.S. Coast Guard members retrieve a life preserver ring from the cargo ship El Faro in this still image from a U.S. Coast Guard handout videoThe U.S. Coast Guard on Monday said its crews had found a body and an empty, heavily damaged lifeboat in their search for the cargo ship El Faro, assumed to have sunk off the Bahamas in towering waves and howling winds whipped up by Hurricane Joaquin. "We're assuming the vessel has sunk," Coast Guard Captain Mark Fedor told reporters in Miami. Coast Guard vessels and aircrews continued to search, however, for the missing crew - 28 U.S. citizens and five Polish nationals - but Fedor acknowledged they had faced tough odds in the storm's dangerous conditions.

    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Democratic New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan announced Monday she would challenge Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte, setting the stage for a highly competitive race that will be critical in determining majority control of the Senate in the next president's first year.WASHINGTON (AP) — Tracy Morgan will help salute Eddie Murphy as he receives the nation's top prize for humor at the Kennedy Center in Washington later this month.

    Water covers a flooded section of US 17 South in Murrells Inlet, South CarolinaWEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (Reuters) - Nine people have died in South Carolina as the result of flooding from unprecedented rainfall in the state in recent days, Governor Nikki Haley said on Monday. Haley urged residents to stay off roads as rain continued to fall. Floodwaters have forced the closure of 550 roads and bridges around the state. (Reporting by Greg Lacour; Writing by Colleen Jenkins; Editing by Bill Trott)

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health authorities are ordering manufacturers of specialized medical scopes to study how the reusable devices are cleaned following a series of life-threatening bacterial outbreaks at U.S. hospitals.

    US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter listens to a question during a joint news conference with Spain's Defense Minister Pedro Morenes following their meeting at the Spanish Defense Ministry in Madrid, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. Carter arrived to Madrid for a two-day official visit to Spain. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)MADRID (AP) — The U.S. does not believe Russia's incursion into Turkey's airspace was an accident, a senior U.S. official said Monday, adding that urgent talks are underway on what to do about the weekend incident.

    By Richard Cowan and David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A 12-nation Pacific Rim trade pact hammered out over the weekend in Atlanta got a rocky response in Washington on Monday from U.S. lawmakers, indicating it has a long, difficult road ahead as Congress considers whether or not to approve it. "I am afraid this deal appears to fall woefully short," said Republican Senator Orrin Hatch, who chairs the Senate Finance Committee that oversees trade. Earlier this year after a bruising battle, Congress gave Democratic President Barack Obama the green light to wrap up talks on the TPP, which would liberalize trade among countries ranging from Japan to Chile and covering 40 percent of the world's economy.

    A general view shows bishops and cardinals during a papal mass for the opening of the synod on the family on October 4, 2015 at St Peter's basilica in VaticanPope Francis on Monday urged the Catholic Church to "move forward" as a review of teaching on the family got under way amid unprecedented controversy over its attitude to homosexuality. Saying the Church was "not a museum to keep or preserve", the Argentinian pontiff urged clerics debating a series of thorny social and religious issues in a synod to do so in a spirit of "solidarity, courage and humility". The pope's comments echoed his words on Sunday when he said the Church must have "its doors open to welcome all those who knock" and not "point the finger in judgement" of others.

    Afghan security forces take a wounded civilian man to the hospital after Taliban fighter's attack, in Kunduz city, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. Three staff from Doctors Without Borders were killed and 30 were missing after an explosion near their hospital in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz that may have been caused by a U.S. airstrike. (AP Photo/Dehsabzi)KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Residents of the northern Afghan city of Kunduz began venturing out of their homes as calm returned to the streets on Monday, officials and residents said, in the first signs of normalcy following the deadly Taliban blitz last week that captured and held Kunduz for three days.

    Germany's Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, left, talks with European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici during a meeting of eurogroup finance ministers at the EU Council building in Luxembourg, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)LUXEMBOURG (AP) — Greece's European creditors voiced hope Monday that the country's newly elected government will deliver on promises to overhaul its economy, which would pave the way to the release of billions of bailout cash and potential help on debt repayments.

    Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivers his keynote speech at the annual Conservative Party Conference in ManchesterBy Kylie MacLellan MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - British Chancellor George Osborne said on Monday he wants to transfer more power to English town halls as part of a deepening devolution campaign that could help his Conservative Party make headway in opposition Labour Party strongholds. Osborne said he was making "the biggest transfer of power to our local government in living memory" by allowing local authorities keep all revenues from a tax on businesses and letting big cities raise more money for infrastructure spending. Osborne has already sought to hand over more powers to cities and towns, especially in northern England which has failed to achieve the same job growth and higher incomes seen in London and the southeast over decades.

    Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, greets supporters at Kalamazoo Wings stadium, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, in Kalamazoo, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz says the Obama administration's plan to accept about 10,000 Syrian refugees is "nothing short of crazy."

    Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir waits to welcome Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni at Khartoum AirportSouth Africa asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday for more time to explain why it allowed Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to evade an arrest warrant and leave the country when he visited in June. Bashir is accused of masterminding genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes during Sudan's Darfur conflict and is wanted by the Hague-based tribunal, which issued a warrant for his arrest in 2009. As an ICC signatory, South Africa is obliged to implement warrants from the court.

    KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — The International Committee of the Red Cross says it has withdrawn its staff from a humanitarian compound in a violent county in South Sudan after its office was looted and its aid workers threatened.

    Hong Kong's former leader Donald Tsang ended his term in disgrace in 2012 after admitting to accepting gifts from tycoons in the form of trips on luxury yachts and private jetsHong Kong's former leader Donald Tsang, who ended his term in disgrace after accepting favours from tycoons, appeared in court Monday charged with misconduct in the latest high-profile corruption case to hit the city. Tsang, 70, has been under investigation by the city's Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) since he left office in June 2012. Grim-faced and wearing a trademark bow-tie, Tsang spoke only to confirm he understood the two misconduct charges.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Growth in the U.S. services sector slowed in September as sales fell and new orders plunged, evidence that stock market volatility may have hit consumer confidence and limited spending.

    The portraits of the winners of the Nobel Medicine Prize 2015 (L-R) Irish-born William Campbell, Satoshi Omura of Japan and China's Youyou Tu are displayed on a screen during a press conference of the Nobel CommitteeA trio of scientists earned the 2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine on Monday for unlocking revolutionary treatments for malaria and roundworm, helping to roll back two parasitic diseases that blight millions of lives. Tu Youyou of China won half of the award for her work in artemisinin, a drug based on ancient Chinese herbal medicine, the Nobel jury announced. Irish-born William Campbell and Satoshi Omura of Japan shared the other half for an anti-roundworm treatment dubbed avermectin, derived from soil-dwelling bacteria.