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  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani attends a ceremony while awarding medals of honor to its nuclear negotiators who helped clinch a landmark deal with world powers last year, in Tehran, Iran, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. President Hassan Rouhani awarded the "Medal of Merit" to Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the "Medal of Courage" to Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan and Vice President Ali Akbar Salehi, who is also the country's nuclear chief. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran awarded medals of honor on Monday to its nuclear negotiators, who helped clinch a landmark deal with world powers last year.


    A pedestrian walks between rows of snow-covered trees on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Worcester, Mass. during a snowstorm on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Paul Kapteyn/Worcester Telegram & Gazette via AP)BOSTON (AP) — The Latest on the snowstorm that's moving into the Northeast (all times local):


    Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo, left, and her Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban attend a joint press conference after their meeting in the Parliament building in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP)ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The Latest on the influx of migrants into Europe (all times local):


    In this Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016 image taken from Egypt State TV, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's motorcade drives on a red carpet during a trip to open social housing projects in a suburb of Cairo, Egypt. Images of the giant red carpet prompted a wave of mockery on social media, and one local newspaper devoted its entire front page Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, to accusing el-Sissi of decadence while he asks Egyptians to tighten their belts. (Egypt State TV via AP)CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is facing criticism after a massive red carpet was laid over public roads for his motorcade during a trip to open a social housing project in a Cairo suburb.


    MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin has scrambled troops across southwestern Russia for massive military drills amid continuing tensions with the West.TAINAN, Taiwan (AP) — At least four people, including an 8-year-old girl, were rescued Monday from a high-rise Taiwanese apartment building toppled by a powerful quake two days earlier, as frustration grew among families waiting for searchers to reach their buried loved ones.JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African university suspended two white students for painting their faces in what it called a "blackface" incident deemed to be racially offensive. One of the students, however, said they were dressing as purple space aliens for a party with a galactic theme.Donors should stop talking and start building projects to help refugees in Turkey, following European promises of billions of dollars in aid last week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday. It doesn't help a child from Syria that is a refugee here, or a Turkish class that has to share its room with Syrian refugees to say we have pledged 3 billion. Rather the refugees have to see the benefits quickly and without bureaucracy." At a news conference with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Merkel also called for fast action from Ankara to improve the situation for refugees in Turkey, saying the 3 billion euros pledged by the European Union in a donors conference last week must be deployed quickly.

    Turkish gendarmes carry the body of a migrant on a beach in Canakkale's Bademli district on January 30, 2016At least 35 migrants drowned in two accidents in the Aegean Sea on Monday as they tried to cross from Turkey to Greece, Turkish media said. Twenty-four died when their boat sank off the district of Edremit in the western province of Balikesir in an apparent bid to reach the Greek island of Lesbos. The accident came shortly after 11 migrants died in another boat sinking further south, off the port city of Izmir, also apparently trying to reach Lesbos, the agency said.


    KAOLACK, Senegal (AP) — Dozens of armed security forces descended on the Quranic school at night, arresting an imam suspected of having links to Islamic extremists in Nigeria.ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey will admit the almost 30,000 people fleeing war-torn Syria who have amassed at the border "when necessary," Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, adding Russia's air assault should not be tolerated with the idea that Turkey will accept the refugees. The latest developments in Syria are an attempt to pressure Turkey and Europe on the migration issue, Davutoglu said at a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. ...DETROIT (AP) — U.S. auto safety investigators have determined that electronic gear shifters in some newer Fiat Chrysler SUVs and cars are so confusing that drivers have exited the vehicles while they are in gear, causing 121 crashes and 30 injuries.LAS VEGAS (AP) — The entertainer Flavor Flav is due to face a Las Vegas judge on misdemeanor driving under the influence, speeding and marijuana possession charges stemming from a vehicle stop last May.

    A rebel fighter pictured on the eastern outskirts of Damascus on January 23, 2016UN investigators on Monday accused Damascus of "extermination" in its jails and detention centres, saying prisoners were executed, tortured to death or held in such horrific conditions that they perished. Over the past four-and-a-half years, thousands of detainees have been killed while being held by different sides in Syria's brutal conflict, the UN commission of inquiry on Syria said in its latest report. The report painted a stark picture of prisons and detention centres run by the Syrian authorities.


    Nigeria's Minister of Solid Minerals Developments Kayode Fayemi meets with U.S. ambassador to Nigeria James F. Entwistle in AbujaCAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Nigeria has completed a review of its mining licenses and will publish the results next week, the mines minister said on Monday, adding that those who did not comply faced having their licenses revoked. Kayode Fayemi, the minister of solid mineral development, told Reuters that an amnesty period for companies to comply would not be extended beyond March 1 as Africa's largest economy looked to grow its nascent mining sector and diversify away from an over-reliance on crude oil. (Reporting by Wendell Roelf; Editing by James Macharia)


    A Zimbabwean worker holds a piece of rough diamond from the country's Marange diamond fields, inside a polish and cutting shop in HarareBy Andrew Mambondiyani MUTARE, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Shylet Mutsago, a 63-year-old who lives near the diamond fields of Marange, cannot hide her anger over how mining in this gem-rich part of eastern Zimbabwe has failed to improve the lives of local people. Amid frequent drought, people in Marange had hoped the diamond industry would invest in reviving irrigation schemes. National law requires mining companies to help local communities develop.


    The World Health Organization has declared an international health emergency over the Zika virusThe administration will submit the request "shortly," the White House said in a statement that did not specify a timeframe. "The requested resources will build on our ongoing preparedness efforts and will support essential strategies to combat this virus," the White House said in a statement. Zika has been linked to a surge in Latin America of births of children with microcephaly, or abnormally small heads and brains.


    Emirati officials watch U.S. President Barack Obama's keynote address at the opening ceremony of the World Government Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Those gathered for the World Government Summit in Dubai offered no immediate solutions to the crises gripping the region, like low global oil prices, global warming and the rise of violent extremism. But all acknowledged that keeping government responsive to its citizens remains crucial. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders called on governments to be responsive to and inclusive of their citizens at a conference in Dubai on Monday, as the unrest of the Arab Spring reverberates across the Middle East.


    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speak after a welcome ceremony in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Merkel is meeting Davutoglu and other Turkish officials for talks on reducing the influx of migrants to Europe. Turkey, a key country on the migrant route to Europe, is central to Merkel's diplomatic efforts to reduce the flow.(AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey and Germany agreed on Monday on a set of measures to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis, including a joint diplomatic initiative aiming to halt attacks against Syria's largest city.


    FILE- In this Aug 19, 2014 file photo, commuters move past posters and hoardings of Indian films in Mumbai, India. British rock band Coldplay's latest music video has triggered a debate in India over its portrayal of the country with critics accusing its producers of showing stereotypical images of India with Hindu holy men, peacocks and colorful festivals.(AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool, file)NEW DELHI (AP) — British rock band Coldplay's latest music video has triggered a debate in India over its portrayal of the country with critics accusing its producers of showing stereotypical images of India with Hindu holy men, peacocks and colorful festivals.


    Healthcare workers prepare to remove the body of a man suspected of carrying Ebola in MonroviaBy James Harding Giahyue MONTSERRADO, Liberia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Huddled together in the bedroom of their mud-brick home in rural Liberia, Marthaline Sweet's children stare at her hungrily as she picks up her one-month-old baby. Sweet, an Ebola survivor and mother of five, chokes back tears as she recalls contemplating an abortion after the virus killed her husband - leaving her alone to fend for their children. "We don't have a good home, we have no food and we must beg other people for help," Sweet said, gazing at the railroad that runs past her village in Liberia's central Grand Bassa County.


    By Luciana Lopez NEW YORK (Reuters) - A prominent Democratic donor worried about the party's chances of winning the presidency emailed dozens of fans of Vice President Joe Biden on Friday, urging them to remain prepared to donate if Biden jumps into the race. The donor, Bill Bartmann, cited new polling showing Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont nearly tied with the Hillary Clinton, eroding the 30-point lead the former secretary of state held at the end of last year. Bartmann and other party insiders are concerned that Sanders, a self-proclaimed Democratic socialist, is too far to the left to win against a Republican in the Nov. 8 presidential election.(Reuters) - President Barack Obama is set on Tuesday to unveil his budget proposal for fiscal year 2017, his final year in office. The following are some of the proposals that will be included: PENTAGON The Pentagon will ask for more than $7 billion for the fight against Islamic State, up about 35 percent from the previous year's budget request to Congress, and wants a fourfold increase for military training and exercises in Europe to support NATO allies. TAX ON OIL In a long-shot bid to raise $20 billion to expand transit systems and research self-driving cars, Obama will propose a $10-a-barrel tax on crude oil.By Amanda Becker HENNIKER, N.H. (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said during a student town hall on Saturday that student loan servicer Navient Corp has been "misleading people" and "doing some really terrible things." "Their behavior is outrageous," Clinton said at New England College, where she was campaigning ahead of the state's nominating contest on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Clinton's criticism of the student loan servicer comes after she lost badly among young voters to Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders in last week's Iowa caucus.

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron tours HMP Onley in Rugby, central EnglandBy Elizabeth Piper LONDON (Reuters) - Thousands of refugees could flock to Britain from France if voters decide to leave the European Union, a spokesman for David Cameron said on Monday, underlining the prime minister's stance that an exit would hurt security. In what critics said was the start of a "campaign of fear" to try to keep voters in the European Union, the spokesman said leaving the bloc could harm an agreement with France which allows British border guards to make immigration checks there. "If those controls didn't continue then as we know there are thousands of people there, who are there specifically because they want to come to the UK, who would then come to the UK ... there would be nothing to stop thousands of people crossing the Channel overnight." Britain's border with France is on the French side of the Channel that separates the countries and at the northern port town of Calais, thousands of migrants are living in the so-called "Jungle" camp in the hope of crossing to England.


    Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a campaign stop at Great Bay Community College, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Portsmouth, N.H. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Latest on the race for the White House with one day to go until the New Hampshire primary (all times local):


    Supporters of Free Software Movement Karnataka protest against Facebook's Free Basics initiative, in Bangalore on January 2, 2016India's telecom regulator on Monday dealt a blow to Facebook's plans to offer free mobile Internet through its controversial Free Basics service, by outlawing differential pricing for data packages. Facebook has suffered a fierce backlash in India from "net neutrality" advocates. While not ruling explicitly on net neutrality, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) decided not to allow what it called "discriminatory pricing" for different data platforms or content.


    An artist's impression of the stadium being built in Al-Wakrah, Qatar, for the 2022 World CupQatar has a "vision and target" of hosting a Summer Olympics and will bid to hold future games, a senior member of the Gulf country's olympics committee said on Monday. Thani Al-Kuwari added that the country would undoubtedly bid to host an Olympics, maybe as early as the 2028 games. "The vision and the target is to host one of the Olympics, one day," he said on the fringes of a sports reporters' conference in the Qatari capital, Doha.


    Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio speaks at a town hall meeting on February 7, 2016 in Londonderry, New HampshireMarco Rubio, the young Republican senator fast building momentum in the race for the White House, came back swinging Sunday after a mauling in the latest presidential debate for his lack of experience.


    A pedestrian walks between rows of snow-covered trees on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Worcester, Mass. during a snowstorm on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. (Paul Kapteyn/Worcester Telegram & Gazette via AP)BOSTON (AP) — The second winter storm in four days to hit the Northeast is expected to bring blizzard conditions to southeastern Massachusetts on Monday and leave behind as much as 18 inches of snow.


    U.S. President Barack Obama said he was concerned but not surprised about North Korea's rocket launch over the weekend, saying his administration is pressing China and working with South Korea to pressure North Korea's regime and block its efforts. In an interview aired on Monday, Obama told CBS he was not surprised at the launch, adding: "We have been concerned about North Korea's behavior for a while. The interview was conducted on Sunday, when North Korea launched a long-range rocket that it said carried a satellite but stoked fears about its nuclear weapons capabilities.

    Rescue workers walk past the remains of a collapsed building in the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan on February 8, 2016A girl aged eight and three others were rescued Monday from the rubble of a Taiwan apartment tower complex, more than two days after it was felled by an earthquake, but over 100 others remain trapped in the ruins. The girl and a 28-year-old woman were the latest to be pulled from the rubble, while a man and a woman were rescued earlier in the day as emergency workers scrabbled to find the missing. The other survivor pulled from the rubble earlier Monday was Tsao Wei-ling, 45, who is in stable condition.


    By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Detainees held by the Syrian government are dying on a massive scale amounting to a state policy of "extermination" of the civilian population, a crime against humanity, United Nations investigators said on Monday. The U.N. commission of inquiry called on the Security Council to impose "targeted sanctions" on Syrian officials in the civilian and military hierarchy responsible for or complicit in deaths, torture and disappearances in custody, but stopped short of naming them. In their report, the independent experts said they had also documented mass executions and torture of prisoners by two jihadi groups, Jabhat al-Nusra and Islamic State (ISIS), constituting war crimes.

    File photograph shows former British Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at a Conservative Party conferenceBy Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) - A quarter of a century since Margaret Thatcher was deposed by her own party, Britain's 'Iron Lady' has stirred a row: Would the hero of Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party have voted to leave the European Union? Thatcher, who died in 2013, grappled with Britain's EU relationship, supporting membership while in power but also scolding Brussels with a ferocity which ultimately triggered the party coup which ended her premiership in 1990. When former foreign policy aide Charles Powell suggested Thatcher would have supported the essence of Cameron's EU deal and voted for membership in a referendum likely in June, he prompted an angry response from many other Thatcher fans.


    TOKYO (AP) — Here's a bit of Super Bowl trivia: North Korea's newest satellite passed almost right over the stadium just an hour after it ended.

    American flags fly at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street, July 6, 2015. World stock markets were uneven Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, as investors awaited U.S. job numbers that could influence how much the Fed raises interest rates this year. Japanese shares sagged on the strengthening yen. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)LONDON (AP) — Worries over the global economy weighed heavily on stock markets Monday, with Europe bearing the brunt of the selling. And oil prices fell further, with the benchmark New York rate below $30 a barrel again.


    An Australian woman who was freed by al Qaeda after three weeks in captivity said on Monday her husband who was seized with her in Burkina Faso was still alive and she hoped he too would be released soon. Jocelyn Elliott, 76, gave no further details of the couple's captivity but her comment provided the first confirmation that her husband, Dr Ken Elliott, 81, was still alive. The couple were seized on Jan. 15 from the town of Djibo near Burkina Faso's border with Mali where they have operated a 120-bed clinic for over 40 years.

    Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a campaign stop at Great Bay Community College, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Portsmouth, N.H. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)The American Legion has asked the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to "cease and desist" from using the organization's emblem in campaign fliers.


    An Afghan National Army officer escorts a slightly injured boy from the site of a suicide attack on the outskirts of Mazar-i-Sharif, AfghanistanTwo suicide bombers targeting Afghan government and military employees killed at least nine people on Monday and wounded 23, officials said. Six civilians died and nine were injured in a blast outside a bakery shop in Yahyakhil district of Paktika province, an area near Afghanistan's eastern border with Pakistan, district governor Musa Khan Kharuti said. The suicide bomber apparently targeted police and government employees buying bread, a provincial police official said.


    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish prime minister: Turkey, Germany to work together for NATO involvement in curbing refugee flow.