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  • In this Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 photo, referee Greg Knight, center, leans in for a pre-game prayer with other officials before a high school football game in Gentry, Ark. Sports officials across the country are facing increasing scrutiny, with many taking out insurance in case they are attacked by fans or coaches. (AP Photo/Kurt Voigt)FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Jimmy Woods has been a youth official for nearly 30 years, and he's lost count of how many football games he has refereed and how many times he's been yelled at, threatened or insulted.

    Police say global football match-fixing generates billions of dollars a year in revenues, fuelled in part by the popularity of online betting on match results and more minute game statisticsA Singaporean businessman accused of rigging international football matches was freed by the city-state's top court on Wednesday in a surprise ruling seen as a blow to efforts to rid world sport of corruption. Dan Tan, who was arrested in September 2013, won his freedom after the Court of Appeal ruled that his detention without trial under an anti-gangster law did not meet the requirement that a suspect poses a danger to public safety in Singapore. The ministry of home affairs, under heavy international pressure to crack down on Tan, had invoked special detention powers to arrest Tan due to the difficulty of finding enough evidence and witnesses to file criminal charges.

    A volunteer paints the wall near a banner of Pope Francis at at the University of Nairobi grounds ahead of the Papal Mass in Kenya's capital NairobiBy Philip Pullella ABROAD THE PAPAL PLANE (Reuters) - Pope Francis said on Wednesday he wanted to offer "spiritual and material" support on his first tour of Africa, where he will address a fast-growing Catholic congregation and seek to heal divisions between Christians and Muslims. The pope arrives in Kenya later on Wednesday before travelling to Uganda, another nation targeted by Islamist militant attacks. After that he visits the Central African Republic, a country torn apart by Muslim-Christian strife.

    In this photo taken Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, coffee farmer Luka Kinyere inspects his plants in Kasese, in the foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains near the border with Congo, in western Uganda. Here coffee is the lifeblood of many families but their success is threatened by climate change, which has warmed the region over the years, encouraging pests and diseases and bringing erratic but intense rains that erode fertile earth. (AP Photo/Stephen Wandera)KASESE, Uganda (AP) — Luka Kinyere felt the wet, dark volcanic soil in his calloused palm, thankful for the rain that was falling again after a dry spell.

    A man wheels a boy on his bicycle past police officers as they arrive for school in the center of Brussels on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015. Students in Brussels have begun returning to class after a two-day shutdown over fears that a series of simultaneous attacks could be launched around the Belgian capital. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)BRUSSELS (AP) — After a four-day shutdown prompted by a threat alert across Brussels, schools are reopening their doors with the help of beefed up security, including police armed with machine guns.

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia will continue air strikes against Islamic State targets located in Syria near the Turkish border, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. "We would like for the terrorists and militants to keep further away from the Turkish border, but unfortunately they tend to be situated on the Syrian territory close to the Turkish border," Peskov told journalists on a conference call. "(Russia's) operations will continue without doubt." (Reporting by Maria Tsvetkova; Writing by Lidia Kelly; Editing by Maria Kiselyova)

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, says goodbye on departure from Israel after meetings in Jerusalem and the West Bank city of Ramallah, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, en route back to the United States. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, Pool)JERUSALEM (AP) — The Israeli military has shot a Palestinian after he stabbed and wounded an Israeli in the West Bank.

    This frame grab from video by Haberturk TV, shows smoke from a Russian warplane after crashing on a hill as seen from Hatay province, Turkey, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Turkey shot down the Russian warplane Tuesday, claiming it had violated Turkish airspace and ignored repeated warnings. Russia denied that the plane crossed the Syrian border into Turkish skies. (Haberturk TV via AP) TURKEY OUTDAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — A Russian military pilot whose plane was shot down by Turkey and crashed in Syria arrived on Wednesday at an air base in Latakia province after being rescued by a Syrian army commando unit, Syrian and Russian officials said.

    US President Barack Obama (R) and his French counterpart Francois Hollande hold a press conference at the White House in Washington, DC on November 24, 2015France and the United States pledged on Tuesday to step up the fight against the Islamic State group, urging Russia to throw its weight behind global efforts to resolve the four-year Syrian conflict. President Francois Hollande met his US counterpart Barack Obama at the White House as Turkey's downing of a Russian warplane dealt a severe blow to efforts to coordinate the fight against IS. Speaking 11 days after jihadists killed 130 people in the French capital, Hollande urged an "implacable" joint response to crush the group in Syria and Iraq.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Because of man-made global warming and a strong El Nino, Earth's wild weather this year is bursting the annual heat record, the World Meteorological Organization announced on Wednesday.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivers a speech during a session of the Bundestag in Berlin November 25, 2015The international community must secure a binding deal against climate change at key UN talks in Paris next week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday. "We must now agree on a binding review mechanism under international law, so that this century can credibly be called a century of decarbonisation," said Merkel. A total of 147 heads of state and government will attend the climate summit in Paris next week, at a time of heightened security after the French capital was hit by deadly jihadist attacks in mid-November.

    By Maria Kiselyova MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is to send an advanced air defense system to reinforce its air base in Syria and is considering cancelling a raft of joint business projects with Ankara after Turkey shot down of one of its warplanes, top government officials said. The incident, which resulted in the killing of one of the SU-24 plane's two pilots and a Russian marine, has thrown Russo-Turkish relations into crisis and cooled Kremlin hopes of rapprochement with the West. On Wednesday, the Kremlin said Moscow would dispatch an S-400 air defense system to bolster its Khmeimim air base in Syria's Latakia province, an advanced weapons system that can be used to shoot down planes at long distance.Syrian state media said on Wednesday that Russian and Syrian special forces rescued one of the pilots of a Russian fighter jet that Turkey shot down near its border the day before. Syrian special forces "last night carried out a joint operation with Russian special forces, penetrating four to five kilometers into areas where terrorists are located, and were able to save one of the pilots of the Russian plane", returning him to a military base, state news agency SANA said.

    German Bundeswehr armed forces soldiers of the 371st armoured infantry battalion march during a media day of the NATO drill 'NOBLE JUMP 2015' at the barracks in MarienbergGermany is ready to send up to 650 soldiers to Mali to bolster the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the West African country and to help France in the region, Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday. "We will shortly ask parliament to approve a mandate of up to 650 soldiers," von der Leyen said after a meeting of the Bundestag lower house of parliament's defence committee.

    China called for more coordination in the fight against terrorism on Wednesday after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border, one of the most serious clashes between a NATO member country and Russia for half a century. Moscow's decision to launch separate air strikes in Syria means Russian and NATO planes have been flying combat missions in the same air space for the first time since World War Two, targeting various insurgent groups close to the Turkish border. Russia said the plane had been attacked when it was 1 km (0.62 mile) inside Syria and warned of "serious consequences", though Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan said the jet had been fired at while in Turkish air space but had crashed inside Syria.

    Exhausted migrants sit in no-man's land demanding to be allowed to pass the Greek-Macedonian border near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Several European countries, including EU members Slovenia and Croatia and non-members Serbia and Macedonia, have declared they will only allow "war-zone refugees" from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria to transit through their countries on their way to central and northern Europe. (AP Photo/Giannis Papanikos)The latest on the mass movement of asylum seekers and others seeking refuge in Europe. All times local:

    An Afghan policeman keeps watch at a checkpoint in Maimana, the capital of the northern province of Faryab on October 19, 2015The Afghan army launched a rescue operation Wednesday to retrieve 18 hostages, including two Moldovans, who were captured by the Taliban after their helicopter crash-landed in the country's north, officials said Wednesday. The Taliban killed three of those on board -- two Afghans and a third foreigner -- in an initial firefight and took the rest hostage after the Tuesday crash, the defence ministry said in a statement. The helicopter came down in the Pashtun Kot district of Faryab province, an area partly controlled by the militants, officials said.

    Russia says one of its jets shot down by Turkey was inside Syrian airspace and condemned the downing as "a very serious incident"Russian and Syrian special forces have rescued the second pilot of a Russian warplane shot down by Turkey and he is now at a Russian air base in Syria, the defence minister said Wednesday. The second pilot has been brought to our base. "I would like to thank all our guys who worked at great risk all night and finished this job at around 3:40 am (0040 GMT)," Shoigu said in televised comments.

    North Carolina's Brice Johnson dunks during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Kansas State on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — North Carolina coach Roy Williams runs a drill in practice designed to mimic exactly what the Tar Heels faced against Kansas State, an eight-point deficit in the closing minutes.

    File photograph showing Britain's Chancellor George Osborne speaking in LondonBy William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) - Chancellor George Osborne will renew his push to fix the country's public finances on Wednesday, taking a gamble that voters will accept four more years of deep spending cuts. Osborne, a contender to be Britain's next prime minister, is expected to tell parliament that he is still aiming for a budget surplus by the end of the decade, which could allow him to deliver income tax cuts, as promised, before the next election.

    Japanese auto parts maker Takata's child car seats are seen at a showroom in Tokyo on May 8, 2015Employees at crisis-hit Takata, which was fined earlier this month in the United States for providing inaccurate information on airbag safety devices, warned of evasive practices as early as 2000, the Wall Street Journal reported. The defect is responsible for the death of eight people -- seven in the United States -- and has injured hundreds. Now it appears employees in the United States had warned of company transgressions as early as 2000.

    Tunisian police officers are pictured after an attack on a military bus in Tunis, TunisiaBy Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian security officials said on Wednesday a suicide bomber carried out the attack on a presidential guard bus, killing at least 13 and forcing the government to impose a nationwide state of emergency. Tuesday's blast on a main boulevard in the capital underscored Tunisia's vulnerability to Islamist militancy following the gun assaults on a Sousse hotel in June and the Bardo Museum in Tunis in March, both claimed by Islamic State. It was also the first suicide bombing in the capital.

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian media quotes defense minister saying a second Su-24 pilot rescued, now safe at base.

    Kenya's President Uhuru addresses the country during the Mashujaa Day celebrations at the Nyayo National Stadium in NairobiCompanies and investors cite pervasive graft as one of the biggest challenges to doing business in Kenya and U.S. President Barack Obama raised the issue when he visited in July. President Uhuru Kenyatta, who this week described corruption as a threat to national security, announced the changes - which included new ministers for energy, land, transport and devolution - in a televised address. The key Finance Ministry stayed in the hands of Henry Rotich, a technocrat who has not been linked to any of the corruption scandals that have engulfed the government.

    JERUSALEM (AP) — The body of an Israeli transgender woman who committed suicide will be cremated despite her ultra-Orthodox family's wishes, Israel's Supreme Court ruled in documents obtained Wednesday.The attack on a Tunisian presidential guard bus that killed 13 was a suicide bomber carrying a backpack who blew himself up getting into the vehicle, a government official said on Wednesday, citing an investigation.(Reuters) - The shooting down of a Russian warplane by Turkey has complicated the process of finding a political solution in Syria and everything must be done to avoid a further escalation, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday. "The situation has been aggravated by the shooting down of a Russian plane by Turkey," Merkel said in a speech in the lower house of parliament, in reference to the situation in Syria. "Of course every country has a right to defend its territory but on the other hand we know how tense the situation is in Syria and in the surrounding area.MOSCOW (Reuters) - Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Wednesday Russia would send its advanced S-400 air defense system to its air base in Syria's Latakia province a day after Turkey shot down one of its jets, Russian news agencies quoted him as saying. (Reporting by Maria Kiselyova; Editing by Andrew Osborn)

    A burnt-out vehicle of the medical charity MSF is pictured inside the premises of the damaged Doctors Without Borders hospital in northern Kunduz, on November 10, 2015US forces who launched an air strike on an Afghan hospital last month intended to attack a nearby Taliban-controlled compound, military officials told American media, citing an investigation set to blame human and technical error for the deadly strike. The October 3 air raid on a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital in the Taliban-held northern city of Kunduz killed at least 30 people, sparked an avalanche of global condemnation and forced the French charity to close the hospital. Two military officials told the New York Times Tuesday that a combination of human and technical errors meant that a Special Operations AC-130 gunship aircraft hit the hospital instead of an Afghan intelligence compound hundreds of feet away that was thought to have been commandeered by Taliban fighters.

    A soldier stand guards as pupils go to school at the French lycee in Brussels on November 25, 2015Brussels struggled to get back to normal on Wednesday after four days at the highest possible terror alert with schools reopening and the metro partially back in service. "Thank goodness we only have a half day today," said Marc, 14, as he boarded a school bus, adding that he fully enjoyed the two extra days off from school. About 300 extra police from around Belgium were sent to Brussels to guard schools and 200 extra soldiers helped patrol the metro.

    PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — The little-known Cambodia International Film Festival is getting a star-powered boost this year from Angelina Jolie Pitt.

    Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy (L) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel arrive for a press conference to address the arrest of Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke on November 24, 2015Racial tensions soared in Chicago as officials released a graphic video of a police officer shooting a black teen 16 times, shortly after he was charged for the death. The "chilling" video is the latest in a string of police shootings caught on camera that have sparked mass -- and sometimes violent -- protests and engulfed the United States in a debate over racism and the use of deadly force by police. "It is graphic, it is violent, it is chilling," Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez told reporters after charging Van Dyke with first degree murder.

    In this Oct. 20, 2014 frame from dash-cam video provided by the Chicago Police Department, Laquan McDonald, right, walks down the street moments before being shot by officer Jason Van Dyke in Chicago. Van Dyke, who shot McDonald 16 times, was charged with first-degree murder Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. (Chicago Police Department via AP)CHICAGO (AP) — The white officer who shot a black Chicago teen 16 times has been charged with murder and jailed. The graphic video of the slaying has been made public. And in the hours after the footage was released, protesters seemed to honor pleas for restraint.

    By Libby George LONDON (Reuters) - When Morocco's only oil refinery suspended production in early August due to financial difficulties, it owed $450 million to trading houses, including Glencore, Vitol and BB Energy, according to traders and refinery sources familiar with the situation. While the amount is relatively small compared with the balance sheets of large trading houses, it underscores simmering trouble in high-risk, high-margin developing regions that did not insure themselves against the steep decline in oil prices. The idled refinery - the 200,000 barrel per day (bpd) Societe Anonyme Marocaine de l'Industrie du Raffinage refinery, known as Samir - is a further sign of emerging risks now that oil prices appear set to stay lower for longer.

    FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2015, file photo, St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey (12) celebrates his touchdown reception with teammates Kenny Britt (18) and Tavon Austin (11) during the second half of an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals in Glendale, Ariz. A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because details have not been released by the Rams, that Bailey was shot on Tuesday, Nov. 24. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)ST. LOUIS (AP) — Suspended St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey is in critical but stable condition after being shot Tuesday night, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.

    Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger speaks about the new Shanghai Disney Resort during a press event in Shanghai on July 15, 2015Shanghai has fined a hotel chain for using Disney's name at five of its properties, state media said Wednesday, as the Chinese city seeks to defend the US entertainment giant before its theme park opening. There were no Mickey Mouse ears on display in media pictures of the Shenzhen-based Vienna Hotels Group establishments, nor Buzz Lightyear costumes, but an image showed a sign declaring one a "Disney branch". The chain also used Disney branding on electronic signs and websites, the official Xinhua news agency reported, citing the Shanghai Municipal Administration of Industry and Commerce.

    In this Nov. 13, 2015, photo, Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R- Fla., speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Orlando, Fla. When Rubio staked out a hard line position on abortion in the first GOP debate, Hillary Rodham Clinton took notice. Since then, Rubio has been finessing his statements. In an interview with The AP, Rubio said he unequivocally backs abortion exceptions when the life of the mother is in danger. He said he also would back legislation with allowances for cases of rape and incest, even though he personally doesn’t support those exceptions. (AP Photo/John Raoux)WASHINGTON (AP) — When Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio staked out a hard-line position on abortion in the first GOP debate, Hillary Rodham Clinton took notice.

    Russia has been carrying out strikes over Syria since late September and Turkey has warned it would act if the country's jets continued to enter its air spaceTurkey shot down a Russian war plane on the Syrian border, sending tensions spiralling as Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Ankara its "stab in the back" would have serious consequences. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said the military alliance stood by member Turkey after the incident, but echoed appeals for calm from other world leaders as fears grow of clashes between coalition and Russian planes in the skies over Syria. "We stand in solidarity with Turkey and support the territorial integrity of our NATO ally, Turkey," Stoltenberg said after an emergency meeting of all 28 members requested by Ankara.

    Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors shoots over Jordan Clarkson of the Los Angeles Lakers during their NBA basketball game at ORACLE Arena on November 24, 2015 in Oakland, CaliforniaStephen Curry scored 24 points as the Golden State Warriors set a new record for the longest unbeaten start to an NBA season with a 111-77 rout of the Los Angeles Lakers. Reigning MVP Curry turned on the style as the Warriors extended their perfect start to 16 games, surpassing the previous best of 15-0 they had shared with the 1993-94 Houston Rockets and 1948-49 Washington Capitols. A sell-out crowd at the Oracle Arena had come to see the NBA champions make history and the outcome never looked in doubt from the outset against a Lakers side who slumped to 2-12 with the loss.

    Gazprom chief Alexei Miller said that as of 0700 GMT Ukraine's Naftogaz had used up all the gas it had paid for and "no new upfront payment has been made"Russian state giant Gazprom on Wednesday said it had halted gas deliveries to Ukraine after Kiev failed to make upfront payments for more supplies. Gazprom chief Alexei Miller said that as of 0700 GMT Ukraine's Naftogaz had used up all the gas it had paid for and "no new upfront payment has been made". "As such, deliveries have been stopped until the receipt of new payments from the Ukrainian company," Miller said in a statement.