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  • Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario, front left, walks with Vietnam's Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh, front right, after they pose for a family photograph during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Foreign Ministers Meeting plenary session in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia on Tuesday called for more efforts to find a peaceful solution to rising tensions in the disputed South China Sea, as the U.S. and the Philippines said they would demand that China stop land reclamation and other actions there.


    Sold new build homes are seen on a development in south LondonBritish house prices rose last month after a fall in June and appear to be stabilising at close to the long-term pace of earnings growth which could encourage more home-building, mortgage lender Nationwide said on Tuesday. Nationwide said house prices rose by 0.4 percent on the month in July - in line with economists' forecasts and compared with a fall of 0.2 percent the previous month. "After moderating over the past 12 months, there are tentative signs that annual house price growth may be stabilising close to the pace of earnings growth, which has historically been around 4 percent," Nationwide economist Robert Gardner said.


    A sign is displayed outside of a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland in central LondonBy Steve Slater LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has sold a 2.1 billion pound stake in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to kick off the disposal of its holding seven years after bailing out the bank, sparking a political row that the sale at a loss was being hurried. Chancellor George Osborne on Tuesday hailed the start of returning RBS to the private sector and said it was right to commence selling at a loss to the price paid in the 2008 rescue. "While the easiest thing to do would be to duck the difficult decisions and leave RBS in state hands, the right thing to do for the economy and for taxpayers is to start selling off our stake," Osborne said.


    Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir speaks to the crowd after a swearing-in ceremony at green square in KhartoumBy Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who has been indicted by the International Criminal Court on war crimes and genocide charges, is planning to travel to New York in September to speak at the United Nations, Sudan's deputy U.N. envoy said on Monday. A provisional U.N. agenda for a sustainable development summit lists the Sudanese head of state as scheduled to speak on Sept. 26. The summit is due to formally adopt a plan for the world's sustainable development over the next 15 years.


    SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Pro-government Yemeni forces say they have taken control of a key military base in the country's south. The base had been seized by rebels earlier in the conflict and had once housed U.S. intelligence operations.

    A newborn giraffe is pictured in his enclosure at Pairi Daiza wildlife park in BrugeletteBy Laura Zuckerman SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - A big-game trophy collector from Idaho has ignited a firestorm of criticism from animal-rights activists for flaunting online images of herself posed with the carcasses of a giraffe and other wildlife she killed during a recent guided hunt in South Africa.   Sabrina Corgatelli, an accountant for Idaho State University, appeared on NBC's "Today” show on Monday to defend trophy hunting amid mounting international outrage over last month's killing of Cecil, Zimbabwe's most famous lion, by an American dentist.   "Everybody thinks we're cold-hearted killers and it's not that," Corgatelli said in the nationally televised interview. Giraffes are very dangerous animals.


    LONDON (AP) — The U.K. government said Tuesday it sold 5.4 percent of taxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland for 2.1 billion pounds ($3.3 billion) as it begins to shed a majority stake acquired at the height of the financial crisis in 2008.

    Fighters loyal to Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi gather on a road leading to the al-Anad military and air base in the country's southern province of Lahe(This version of the August 3rd story corrects headline to show base retaken from Houthis by pro-Hadi fighters ) By Mohammed Mukhashaf ADEN (Reuters) - Fighters loyal to Yemen's exiled president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, bolstered by Gulf Arab support, seized the country's largest military base from Houthi forces on Monday after heavy combat in which dozens were killed or captured, a pro-Hadi commander said. If confirmed, the victory would mark another significant gain for the Hadi loyalists after they drove the Houthis from the southern port of Aden in July following months on the defensive. The recapture of the al-Anad base also opens up the road north to the city of Taiz, where Iranian-allied Houthi militias have been locked in combat with local fighters siding with Hadi.


    This undated photo released by the Memphis Police Department shows Tremaine Wilbourn. The ex-con accused of killing Memphis, Tenn., Police Officer Sean Bolton, turned himself into federal authorities Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, after a two-day manhunt. (Memphis Police Department via AP)MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The man accused of killing a Memphis police officer had a few words for the department's director when he turned himself in, ending a manhunt that dragged on for two days.


    FILE - This Sept. 3, 2014, file photo shows flowers blooming in front of the Salt Lake Temple, at Temple Square, in Salt Lake City. The Mormon church is taking another step in its push to be more transparent, and is releasing more historical documents that shed light on how Joseph Smith formed the religion. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says the volume being scheduled to be released at a news conference Wednesday in Salt Lake City is a printer's manuscript of the Book of Mormon. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Mormon church is taking another step in its push to be more transparent, and is releasing more historical documents that shed light on how Joseph Smith formed the religion.


    Pakistani Kashmiri Abdul Majeed, center, sits in front of the lifeless body of his brother Shafqat Hussain, who was convicted of killing a 7-year-old boy, following his execution in Karachi, Pakistan, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. Pakistan has executed Tuesday Hussain, convicted of killing a 7-year-old boy in 2004, his family and lawyers said when he himself was 14 years old, officials at Karachi prison said. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistan executed a man Tuesday convicted of killing a 7-year-old boy in 2004 when his family and lawyers say he was just 14 years old, despite international outcry over his sentence, officials said.


    FILE - In this March 19, 2013 file photo the company sign of car manufacturer BMW is pictured in front of the headquarters in Munich, Germany. German luxury automaker BMW AG saw net profit slip 1 percent in the second quarter amid higher launch costs for new vehicles as key models approach the end of their life cycle, the company said Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader, File)FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — German luxury automaker BMW saw net profit slip 1 percent in the second quarter amid higher launch costs for new vehicles and a tougher market in China, a major pillar of its profits.


    French police arrested the chief of staff to Gabon's president Ali Bongo on Monday as part of an investigation into the corruption of a public official, a judicial source said. The arrest prompted a sharp condemnation from Libreville, stoking tensions between the oil-rich Central African country and France, from which it won independence in 1960. "(Maixent) Accrombessi has been arrested today in Paris and is currently in custody to be questioned in an investigation on alleged corruption of a foreign public official," the judicial source told Reuters on condition of anonymity.

    Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, attends a hearing behind bars in a courtroom in ZintanBy Ahmed Elumami TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's state prosecutor is seeking to identify guards shown in a video apparently beating a son of Muammar Gaddafi held in a Tripoli prison, his office said on Monday. The video was posted a week after a Tripoli court sentenced another of Gaddafi's sons, Saif al-Islam, and eight former regime officials to death over crimes during the 2011 uprising that toppled his father, who was later captured and killed by rebels. The video appears to show guards goading and beating Saadi Gaddafi, 42, who was extradited to Libya by Niger last year.


    Britain will extend its air campaign in Iraq against Islamic State militants by a year, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Tuesday, saying it would use ageing Tornado fighter jets to conduct strikes until at least early 2017. Britain had previously said the Tornados would stay operational until March 2016, a year later than originally intended, and would then be finally taken out of service. "The Tornado squadrons have proved their worth in the air campaign because of the precision weapons they have and because of the reconnaissance and surveillance that they carry out when they're not striking," Fallon told BBC radio.

    J. Cole performs during VH1's "Super Bowl Blitz: Six Nights + Six Concerts" at Kupferberg Center for the Arts, Queens College on January 27, 2014Washington (AFP) - Two men were shot outside a hip-hop concert in New Jersey, local media reported.


    Nigeria's President Buhari speaks during a news conference after the Summit of Heads of State and Government of The Lake Chad Basin Commission in AbujaNigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari aims to cut recurrent expenditure in next year's budget in order to prioritise development projects, the presidency said in an emailed statement on Monday. Recurrent expenditure has ballooned over the years and capital spending shrunk to just 12 percent of the 2015 budget, approved in May at an assumed oil price of $53 a barrel. “In carrying out its role in surveillance of the economy, review and appraisal of policies, the (National Planning) Commission should devise a plan for a realignment of the budget so that capital projects can be really prioritized,” Buhari was quoted as saying.


    Military personnel carries his machine gun as he patrols past civilians following recent clashes in Burundi's capital BujumburaA prominent Burundi human rights activist who openly opposed President Pierre Nkurunziza's controversial bid for a third term in office was shot and seriously injured on Monday, a family member and witnesses said. Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, who heads the Association for the Protection of Human Rights and Detained Persons (APRODH), was shot by motorcyclists a day after Nkurunziza's former security chief was ambushed and killed. Burundi has been in chaos since late April when Nkurunziza announced he would seek a third term in office, a move that his opponents and Western powers said violated the constitution and a peace deal that ended an ethnically charged civil war in 2005.


    South Africa's Cameron van der Burgh celebrates after competing in the preliminary heats of the men's 50m breaststrock event at the FINA World Championships in Kazan on August 4, 2015South Africa's Cameron van der Burgh broke the 50m breaststroke world record in Tuesday morning's heats at the world swimming championships as his battle with Britain's Adam Peaty resumed. Van der Burgh, defending his title, clocked 26.62sec to shave 0.05sec off his own record he set at the 2009 championships in the era when the performance-enhancing neoprene suits were still permitted. Britain's Peaty had swum exactly the same time of 26.62sec at the European championships in Berlin last August, but the time has still not been ratified by swimming's governing body FINA.


    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's president has decided to replace her health minister, officials said Tuesday, in the wake of criticism over the government's handling of the MERS virus outbreak that killed 36 people and infected nearly 200 others.

    In this image made from Colorado Judicial Department video, James Holmes, second from left in blue shirt, stands with his defense team as Judge Carlos A. Samour, Jr., reads the jury's sentencing verdict in the Colorado theater shooting trial in Centennial, Colo., on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. (Colorado Judicial Department via AP)CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The jury in the Colorado theater shooting trial will hear even more heart-wrenching testimony from those who lost loved ones in the attack, as prosecutors begin their final push to have James Holmes sentenced to death.


    FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2015 file photo, a plume of steam billows from the coal-fired Merrimack Station in Bow, N.H. President Barack Obama presented his final plan for carbon dioxide reduction targets on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, which would reduce emissions 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)HELENA, Mont. (AP) — President Barack Obama unveiled the final regulations in his plan that will cut carbon dioxide emissions nationwide 32 percent by 2030. Obama touted it as a bold step to slow climate change, while opponents said it was federal overreach that will raise prices for electricity consumers. Here's what you need to know about the impact of the new plan on the states:


    Japanese automakers have benefited from a steep slide in the yen, which has made them more competitive overseas and inflated the value of repatriated overseas profitsToyota on Tuesday said its net profit for the three months to June jumped 10 percent from a year ago, crediting a weak yen and cost cuts, while it also boosted its annual sales forecast. The Corolla and Camry maker earned 646 billion yen ($5.2 billion) in the quarter, while revenue rose 9.3 percent to 6.98 trillion yen, as it separately announced an overhaul of its operations in China, the world's biggest vehicle market. "Favourable foreign exchange rates and cost reduction efforts were (the) main positive factors, while decreased vehicle sales and increased expenses...were negative factors," Toyota Managing Officer Tetsuya Otake said in a statement.


    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — World-famous wingsuit flier Dean Potter had strapped his iPhone to the back of his head and hit record before jumping from a cliff in Yosemite National Park in what was to be an exhilarating flight through a V-shaped rocky formation — a route that left little margin for error.

    Republican presidential candidates, from left, Lindsey Graham, Ben Carson, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Rick Santorum speak among themselves after a forum Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)WASHINGTON (AP) — They crowded the stage in New Hampshire for a debate-style faceoff.


    In this Tuesday, July 28, 2015 photo, a member of the library restoration staff works on a damaged document at the Baghdad National Library in Iraq. As the Islamic State militants now set out to destroy Iraq's history and culture, including irreplaceable books and manuscripts kept in the militant-held city of Mosul, a major preservation and digitization project is underway in the capital to safeguard a millennia worth of history. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)BAGHDAD (AP) — The dimly-lit, dust-caked stacks of the Baghdad National Library hide a treasure of the ages: crinkled, yellowing papers holding the true stories of sultans and kings; imperialists and socialists; occupation and liberation; war and peace.


    Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., speaks to reporters in defense of Planned Parenthood as Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., left, and Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, right, listen Monday, Aug. 3, 2015 on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Senate blocked a Republican drive Monday to terminate federal funds for Planned Parenthood, setting the stage for the GOP to try again this fall amid higher stakes (AP Photo/Lauren Victoria Burke)WASHINGTON (AP) — In the aftermath of the Senate's derailing of Republican legislation halting federal dollars for Planned Parenthood, one thing seems clear: Many on both sides think they can ring up gains from the battle.


    FILE- In this May 22, 2012, file photo, Charles Koch speaks in his office at Koch Industries in Wichita, Kan. Koch, a billionaire industrialist, warned America is "done for" if the conservative donors and politicians he gathered at a retreat this weekend don't rally others to their cause of demanding a smaller, less-intrusive government. (Bo Rader/The Wichita Eagle via AP, File) LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; MAGS OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT; MANDATORY CREDITDANA POINT, Calif. (AP) — One by one, the wealthy conservative donors stood up Monday and pledged millions of dollars to the favorite causes of billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch.


    Republican presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks during a forum Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican presidential candidates Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio hope to connect Tuesday with Christian conservatives, a key group of voters in the early primary states of Iowa and South Carolina.


    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi signalled no compromise over its controversial island-building during a stopover in SingaporeSoutheast Asian diplomats called on China Tuesday to address concerns over its controversial island-building drive during regional security talks in Kuala Lumpur, after Beijing said the flashpoint issue was not up for discussion. The US and some Southeast Asian states have watched with growing alarm as Beijing expands tiny reefs in the South China Sea, topping some with military posts to reinforce its disputed claims over the strategic waters and fanning fears of future conflict. Ahead of the gathering hosted by the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) that began Tuesday in Malaysia, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi signalled no compromise.


    In this photo taken Sept. 17, 2014, Rep. Peter Roskam, R-Ill., speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. House Republicans said Monday that they have the GOP votes to disapprove of the Iran nuclear deal as Democrats stepped up their support of the agreement the Obama administration and other world powers negotiated with Tehran. Since Republicans hold a commanding 246 seats in the House, it was widely expected that the GOP would come up with 218 votes to support a resolution of disapproval, which has been introduced by Peter Roskam. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress' vote on the international accord to curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in sanction relief stands as the most significant national security decision since lawmakers voted in 2002 to authorize the invasion of Iraq.


    The UK government's sale of shares in Royal Bank of Scotland on Monday was 2.4 times covered by potential investors, a person familiar with the matter said. UK Financial Investments, the body that holds the government's RBS stake, sold 2.1 billion pounds of RBS shares after the market closed on Monday at 330 pence per share. The source said about 40 percent of the investors who bought the shares were long only funds.

    Australian Rules football star and one of Australia's most high-profile indigenous sportsmen Adam Goodes arrives for training in Sydney on August 4, 2015One of Australia's highest profile indigenous athletes on Tuesday said he hopes to put a racism controversy behind him in announcing his return to Australian Rules football after being humbled by an outpouring of support. Adam Goodes had been on indefinite leave after persistent jeering of him this season recently reached a climax, which was condemned by some as racist. There were fears the 35-year-old star, a former Australian of the Year, may call it quits but he turned up for training with the Sydney Swans Tuesday after missing a weekend fixture.


    Safura Bibi, the sister of Shafqat Hussain, reacts after hearing news of his execution on August 4, 2015Pakistan executed a convicted child killer Tuesday, brushing aside a storm of protests from rights groups that his confession had been extracted by torture and he was a minor at the time of the crime. Shafqat Hussain was hanged shortly before dawn at a jail in Karachi for killing a seven-year-old boy in the city in 2004, his brother and a prison official told AFP. The case prompted grave international concern, drawing protests from the United Nations, as his lawyers and family said he was only 15 at the time of the killing and was tortured into making a false confession.


    A Pakistani child shifts household items during an operation to demolish a poverty-stricken neighbourhood in Islamabad on July 31, 2015The price tag for a bold global new anti-poverty agenda comes to between $3.5 and $5 trillion annually over the next 15 years, part of a United Nations' "to-do list" for the world. The UN's 193 member states agreed on a draft plan for the sustainable development goals at the weekend and world leaders are set to endorse them at a summit in New York from September 25 to 27. The 17 goals and 169 targets to end poverty, ensure healthy lives, promote education and combat climate change are even more sweeping than the UN's Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that expire at the end of this year.


    People protesting the planned relocation of the U.S. military base to Okinawa's Henoko coast shout slogans, at a rally in front of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's official residence, in TokyoBy Elaine Lies TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said on Tuesday it was suspending construction of a contentious U.S. air base on the island of Okinawa for a month to give time for talks between the central government and island authorities opposed to the facility. Residents of Okinawa, the site of bloody battles between U.S. and Japanese forces near the end of World War Two, have long objected to tens of thousands of U.S. troops and U.S. military installations on 18 percent of their island. The island's governor, Takeshi Onaga, won election last year largely on his stand against U.S. bases, and has accused Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of looking down on the island and its people.


    TSE employee looks at monitors at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in TokyoAsian shares extended gains on Tuesday, shrugging off downbeat economic data overnight that had pressured Wall Street, focusing instead on a key U.S. jobs report that could give valuable pointers to the timing of the Federal Reserve's planned interest rate increase. Crude oil prices firmed after plunging overnight, with U.S. crude adding about 0.8 percent to $45.52 a barrel.


    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry listens to an interpreter during a press conference following a meeting with foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015 in Doha. Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled al-Attiyah on Monday backed the deal on Iran's nuclear program as the best available option, after talks in Doha with US Secretary of State John Kerry. (Brendan Smialowski/pool photo via AP)SINGAPORE (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called Tuesday for countries negotiating a major Pacific Rim trade deal to overcome differences that have stalled its conclusion.


    In this Friday, July 31, 2015 photo, a boy walks past the port of Calais, France. Calais, with its huge port bringing visitors across the Channel by ferry, its Eurostar train which stops in nearby Frethun and its highways, is a natural hub for travelers, but they are going somewhere else. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)CALAIS, France (AP) — The truck drivers who pass through don't like it. Neither do the millions of tourists who turn up each year. And the migrants who flock here have only one thing on their mind: leaving.


    FILE - In this Saturday, June 6, 2015, file photo, Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander, left, playing for the Toledo Mud Hens in a rehab start, talks to catcher Miguel Gonzalez, right, and first baseman Mike Hessman, center, in the sixth inning during a Triple-A baseball game against the Columbus Clippers in Toledo, Ohio. Hessman became the career home run leader for U.S.-based minor leagues Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, hitting his 433rd in the seventh inning of a game against Lehigh Valley. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski, File)TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Call him the real-life Crash Davis.