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  • NAIROBI (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday that South Sudan's government and rebels had failed to make compromises needed to end a civil conflict and that this was putting the future of the world's youngest nation at "grave risk". "South Sudan's leaders... have not yet chosen to make the compromises needed for peace," he told a news conference in Nairobi, adding Washington was offering funds that could help set up a justice mechanism to hold to account those responsible for violence.

    A Texas state trooper stands guard at a parking lot near the Curtis Culwell Center where a provocative contest for cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad was held Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Garland, Texas. The contest was put on lockdown Sunday night and attendees were being evacuated after authorities reported a shooting outside the building. (AP Photo/LM Otero)GARLAND, Texas (AP) — Federal agents searched an apartment in Phoenix in an investigation into a shooting outside a suburban Dallas venue hosting a provocative contest for Prophet Muhammad cartoons, the FBI confirmed Monday.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court says debtors in bankruptcy cannot immediately appeal a court's order rejecting a plan to repay creditors.

    A Texas state trooper stands guard at a parking lot near the Curtis Culwell Center where a provocative contest for cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad was held Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Garland, Texas. The contest was put on lockdown Sunday night and attendees were being evacuated after authorities reported a shooting outside the building. (AP Photo/LM Otero)9:50 a.m. CDT


    New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, center, and his son Adam, right. arrive at FBI offices, Monday, May 4, 2015, in New York. The pair surrendered to face charges including extortion and soliciting bribes amid a federal investigation into the awarding of a $12 million contract to a company that hired his son. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)NEW YORK (AP) — The leader of the New York Senate surrendered Monday to face charges including extortion and soliciting bribes amid a federal investigation into the awarding of a $12 million contract to a company that hired his son.


    The newborn baby princess, born to parents Kate Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, is carried in a car seat by her father from The Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, in London, Saturday, May 2, 2015. Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to their second child, a baby girl on Saturday morning. The name of the new born baby princess is not yet announced. (John Stillwell/Pool via AP)LONDON (AP) — Britain's newborn princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana — seen as a tribute to Prince William's parents and grandmother.


    Jean-Marie le Pen, former head of far-right party National Front, arrives at the party headquarters in Nanterre, outside Paris, France, Monday, May 4, 2015. Jean-Marie Le Pen goes before a party disciplinary board over anti-Semitic remarks, in what could be the culmination of a high-stakes family feud. Rising stars within the party — especially his daughter, the current party leader — want to shut him up. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)PARIS (AP) — The man who for nearly four decades built France's far-right National Front into a political force may be on the fast track to disgrace.


    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The International Space Station is finally serving up fresh Italian espresso.NEW YORK (AP) — Dean Foods will place all of its regional milk labels under one brand as part of a move to boost its business and tout the quality of its product.10:45 a.m.

    FILE - In this Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012 file photo, British actor Russell Brand performs during the Closing Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, in London. Brand doesn't vote, but he has stepped into Britain's election campaign by interviewing Labour Party leader Ed Miliband. The comedian turned anti-capitalist campaigner released the interview Wednesday, April 29, 2015 on his YouTube channel, which has more than 1 million subscribers. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)LONDON (AP) — Comedian turned political activist Russell Brand has changed his mind and is no longer urging people not to vote in Thursday's general election.


    FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2014 file photo, a man walks by a McDonald's logo in front of its restaurant in Tokyo. McDonald’s is set to unveil its latest plans to revive its sputtering business on Monday, May 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:


    Nepalese Buddhists light incense sticks at the Boudhanath Stupa during Buddha Jayanti, or Buddha Purnima, festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 4, 2015. Hundreds of people have visited Buddhists shrines and monasteries in Nepal’s quake-wracked Kathmandu on the birthday of Gautama Buddha to pray for the country and the people who suffered during April 25 earthquake. (AP Photo/Bernat Amangue)KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepal's government will need immense international support as the Himalayan nation begins turning its attention toward reconstruction in the coming weeks, in the wake of the devastating April earthquake, a top official said Monday.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic Senate campaign committee has endorsed Rep. Patrick Murphy to run for the Senate seat being vacated by Republican Marco Rubio of Florida, who is running for president. The endorsement comes as another Democratic congressman, Alan Grayson, is eyeing the same seat.

    Riot policemen evacuate their colleague after he was injured during clashes with protesters against the ruling CNDD-FDD party's decision to allow Burundian PresidentNkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in BujumburaBy Patrick Nduwimana BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Two protesters were killed on Monday, a leading rights activist said, as demonstrations against a decision by President Pierre Nkurunziza's to seek a third term in office ran into a second week. Police in the Musaga district of Bujumbura fired shots towards lines of protesters who were hurling stones, a Reuters witness said. Police spokesman Liboire Bakunduwukize denied two protesters were killed, and said 15 police were wounded when a hand grenade was thrown at them.


    Togo's constitutional court announces Faure Gnassingbe won a third term as president with 58.77 percent of the vote in an election held on April 25, defeating opposition leader Jean-Pierre Fabre, in LomeTogo's constitutional court swore in incumbent President Faure Gnassingbe for a third term in office on Monday, prolonging for another five years his family's nearly half-century rule over the West African nation. Togo's election commission announced a comfortable victory for Gnassingbe in the largely peaceful April 25 vote, saying he took 58.75 percent of the more than 1.2 million votes cast. His main opposition challenger Jean-Pierre Fabre has alleged the polls were marred by fraud and rejected the result. "The Court hopes that the faith that led you through your previous term in office will continue to guide your actions in the superior interest of the Togolese people," said Constitutional Court President Aboudou Assouma.


    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — John Chambers plans to step down after more than 20 years as the CEO of Cisco Systems Inc.

    Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge appear with their baby daughter outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in LondonBritain's new princess has been named as Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Kensington Palace said on its Twitter account on Monday, a choice of names that honours the baby's late grandmother Princess Diana and her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth. The daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, the palace said. Princess Charlotte, born at St. Mary's Hospital in west London on Saturday, is fourth in line to the British throne, after her grandfather Prince Charles, her father William and elder brother Prince George. Charlotte, Diana and Elizabeth were all among the names most favoured by bookmakers for the princess, who is the fifth great-grandchild of Britain's 89-year-old Queen Elizabeth.


    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's former Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne Kelly, right, and her attorney Michael Critchley, left, arrive for a hearing Monday, May 4, 2015, in Newark, N.J. Kelly and Bill Baroni, Christie's former top appointee at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, are facing charges in a nine-count indictment unsealed Friday after a yearlong investigation of politically motivated lane closures of the George Washington Bridge in 2013. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The investigation of politically motivated lane closures of the George Washington Bridge in 2013 heads to court Monday as two former political allies of Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie make initial appearances.


    Christopher Panayiotou appears at a court to face a murder charge in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Monday, May 4, 2015. Panayiotou has been charged with his wife’s murder, days after local media reported that the heartfelt eulogy he delivered at her funeral was plagiarized, police said on Monday. (AP Photo/Judy de Vega)JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African man has been charged with his wife's murder, police said on Monday, days after local media reported that the touching eulogy he delivered at her funeral was plagiarized.


    Bayern Munich's Polnish striker Robert Lewandowski lies on the pitch after he collided with Dortmund's German keeper Mitchell Langerak during a match in Munich, Germany, on April 28, 2015Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski trained with a protective mask and could face Barcelona in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, first-leg, despite a broken cheekbone, team-mate Jerome Boateng confirmed on Monday. "He moved well and made a good impression, it looks like he's fit and motivated to play," Bayern defender Boateng told reporters in Munich after training with Lewandowski.


    Funchu Tamang, who believes himself to be 101 years old, recounts how he suffered injuries in late April's earthquake at a makeshift hospital in Bidur, Nuwakot District, Nepal, Monday, May 4, 2015. By his own account, he should have died. But when the humble hut of stacked grey stones collapsed onto Funchu Tamang, his daughter-in-law quickly pulled him from the wreckage. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)BIDUR, Nepal (AP) — It was an unlikely escape. By his own account, he should have died. But when the humble hut of stacked grey stones collapsed onto Funchu Tamang, who believes himself to be 101 years old, his daughter-in-law quickly pulled him from the wreckage.


    In this March 11, 2015 photo, newly-filled and sealed bottles of Coors Banquet beer move along on a conveyor belt, at the MillerCoors Brewery, in Golden, Colo. The Commerce Department releases factory orders for March on Monday, May 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)WASHINGTON (AP) — Orders to U.S. factories rose in March for the first time since last July, breaking a long stretch of weakness in manufacturing.


    The newborn baby princess, born to parents Kate Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, is carried in a car seat by her father from The Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, in London, Saturday, May 2, 2015. Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to their second child, a baby girl on Saturday morning. The name of the new born baby princess is not yet announced. (John Stillwell/Pool via AP)LONDON (AP) — William and Kate's new daughter is the first British princess who won't face royal discrimination because she's a girl, but that doesn't mean her life will be a fairy tale.


    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's foreign minister dealt a blow to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's effort to build a coalition by announcing Monday he is stepping down and that his secular, nationalist party is joining the opposition.

    A child blows a kiss as migrants disembark from the Italian Navy frigate Bersagliere at the Reggio Calabria harbor, Italy, Monday, May 4, 2015. Italy's Coast Guard and Navy as well as tugs and other commercial vessels joined forces to rescue migrants in at least 16 boats Sunday, saving hundreds of them and recovering 10 bodies off Libya's coast, as smugglers took advantage of calm seas to send packed vessels across the Mediterranean. Sunday's drama at sea came a day after 3,690 migrants were saved from smugglers' boats. Most of those migrants are still being taken to southern Italian ports even as the fresh rescues were taking place. (AP Photo/Adriana Sapone)ROME (AP) — Italian rescue ships brought migrants by the thousands to the country's southern ports, including a baby born aboard a navy vessel, as crowded shelters in Sicily and on the mainland struggled on Monday to find room for them.


    Cisco Systems says chief executive John Chambers, who built the company into a global networking power, will become executive chairman and be replaced as CEO by Chuck RobbinsCisco Systems said Monday that chief executive John Chambers, who built the company into a global networking power, will become executive chairman and be replaced as CEO by Chuck Robbins. The soaring growth was capped by the company joining the elite 30 blue-chip stocks of the Dow Jones Industrial Average in June 2009, and today Cisco has a market vale of $149 billion. Chambers will stay on as chairman of the board and on July 26 will also become executive chairman of the company, while Robbins, a company veteran and currently senior vice president for global operations, will become CEO, Cisco said in a statement. Robbins joined Cisco in 1997, and was key in developing company strategy, including key acquisitions.


    Nepalese children wait to get vaccinations in Lapsiphedi, near Kathmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 4, 2015. A campaign’s underway in Nepal to immunize half a million children against measles and rubella in the wake of the earthquake. Concern’s growing that with so many people made homeless there is the potential for an outbreak of the potentially fatal diseases. The United Nation’s Children’s Fund – UNICEF – has been working to eliminate them for years but 1 in 10 is still not immunized. (AP Photo/Bernat Amangue)7:45 p.m. (1400 GMT)


    FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2015 file photo, aA snowplow clears a street near Quincy Market in Boston. More than $1 billion was spent and 6 million tons of salt used to keep highways operating in nearly two dozen states during the recent harsh winter, according to a first-ever survey of state transportation officials. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)BOSTON (AP) — Winter's full fury arrived late in much of the country, but once it did it was relentless, forcing state transportation agencies to spend more than $1 billion to keep highways safe and passable, according to a first-of-its-kind survey.


    LONDON (AP) — Palace: Britain's newborn princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

    John Chambers, chairman and CEO of Cisco, speaks in a panel discussion during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas(Reuters) - Cisco Systems Inc said Chief Executive John Chambers would step down in July after 20 years at the helm, to be replaced by company veteran Chuck Robbins. Chambers, one of the longest-serving CEOs of a Silicon Valley company, will become the network equipment maker's executive chairman and continue to be chairman, the company said on Monday. Cisco's shares were up 0.5 percent at $29.16 in early trading. Cisco has been looking for a new CEO for the past 16 months, board member Roderick McGeary wrote in a blog post detailing the entire hiring process.


    Riot police chase a demonstrator in Bujumbura, Burundi, Monday, May 4, 2015. Anti-government demonstrations resumed in Burundi's capital after a weekend pause as thousands continue to protest the president's decision to seek a third term. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — At least 35 people have been injured in demonstrations in Burundi's capital on Monday, the Burundi Red Cross said, as thousands continued to protest the president's decision to seek a third term.


    By Angus McDowall RIYADH (Reuters) - Special forces troops fighting the Houthi militia in Aden were Yemenis deployed there two weeks ago after retraining in Gulf Arab countries, not foreign troops, Yemen's Foreign Minister Reyad Yassin Abdulla said on Monday. Their smart uniforms and equipment led to reports on Sunday that a Saudi-led Arab coalition had sent in ground troops after weeks of air strikes against the Iran-allied Houthi rebels and army units loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. We are now training more and we are sending more," Abdulla, part of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's government in exile in Riyadh, said in an interview. The rebel forces hold swathes of Yemen, having advanced hundreds of miles across the country from their northern stronghold in recent months and are now fighting for control of the southern port city of Aden.WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court won't hear a dispute over statements that law enforcement officials in Queens, New York, made before telling suspects about their Miranda rights against self-incrimination.

    Smoke billows after an air strike hit the international airport of Yemen's capital SanaaA Saudi-led Arab alliance conducting air strikes against Houthi fighters in Yemen is considering calling truces in specific areas in Yemen to allow humanitarian supplies to reach the country, the Saudi foreign minister said on Monday. Adel al-Jubeir also said Saudi Arabia might host a center to coordinate delivery of humanitarian supplies. The United Nations says the humanitarian situation in Yemen has grown desperate after weeks of air strikes.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — US factory orders up 2.1 percent in March, first advance in 8 months.

    Afghan security forces arrive at the Kunduz airportBy Amena Bakr and Jibran Ahmad AL-KHOR, Qatar/PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - Taliban representatives met with Afghan political figures for a second day in Qatar on Sunday, and one participant said the two sides discussed a possible ceasefire but ultimately disagreed over the continued presence of U.S. troops in the country. The United States and Pakistan, long-regarded by critics as sympathetic to the Afghan Taliban, both welcomed the closed-door talks aimed at ending an insurgency that has raged in Afghanistan since U.S.-backed forces drove the Taliban from power in 2001. The Taliban recently launched an offensive in northern Afghanistan that brought its fighters to the outskirts of Kunduz city, a provincial capital.


    McDonald's is to reorganize its international operations and sell off more corporate sites to franchisees as it strives to reverse a trend of sagging salesMcDonald's Monday said it would vastly reorganize its international operations and sell off more corporate sites to franchisees as it strives to reverse a trend of sagging sales. The US fast-food burger giant said its overseas markets will be organized by their maturity within the McDonald's system, rather than by region. "Our new organization creates a structure under which leadership of McDonald's new segments will be able to more effectively address the common needs of their markets and customers," said new chief executive Steve Easterbrook. Faced with slower sales, McDonald's in January picked Easterbrook to replace Donald Thompson as chief executive.


    Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett plays bridge during the Berkshire annual meeting weekend in OmahaBy Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Warren Buffett defended some of his core holdings in a televised interview on Monday, but reiterated that equities in general would look expensive in an environment with normal interest rates. The remarks from Buffett, chairman of Berkshire Hathaway , come as several of his core holdings, including International Business Machines Corp and Coca-Cola , have showed declining revenue trends in recent years. Buffett told CNBC that Berkshire had bought more shares of IBM during the first quarter, and forecast higher earnings at the company over the next 10 years.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has turned away a challenge to New Jersey's ban on so-called gay conversion therapy for patients under 18 years old.