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  • By John Irish and Marine Pennetier PARIS (Reuters) - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Thursday that Iraqi forces were moving faster than expected towards Islamic State's stronghold of Mosul, and that the coordination between Shi'ite militias and Kurds showed Iraq's unity in opposing the group. Foreign ministers and senior diplomats from several Western and Middle Eastern countries were meeting in Paris to discuss how to restore peace and stability to Mosul after Islamic State has been routed from its Iraqi stronghold. Speaking on a video conference call from Baghdad, Abadi said all efforts were being made to create humanitarian corridors for civilians fleeing Iraq's second-largest city, where some 1.5 million people still live.

    A scale model of the Schiaparelli landing unit that will scour the Red Planet for signs of lifeMission controllers were in the dark Thursday about the fate of a tiny European craft despatched to Mars as a trial run for a rover to follow in a quest for life on the Red Planet. The paddling pool-sized "Schiaparelli" lander was scheduled to touch down at 1448 GMT Wednesday after a scorching, supersonic dash through Mars' thin atmosphere to conclude a 496 million-kilometre (308 million-mile) journey from Earth. "We are not in a position yet to determine the dynamic condition at which the lander touched the ground," European Space Agency (ESA) head of solar and planetary missions, Andrea Accomazzo, told a webcast press briefing at mission control in Darmstadt, Germany.

    Nissan-Renault CEO Ghosn to head troubled Mitsubishi MotorsCarlos Ghosn, CEO and chairman of Japan's Nissan Motor and Renault of France, will become chairman of Mitsubishi Motors, presiding over efforts to turn the troubled automaker around after a devastating ...

    Swiss pharmaceuticals company Roche says strong growth in diagnostic products helped underpin a 4 percent rises in sales over the first nine months of 2016. The Basel-based company that generates much ...LONDON (AP) — Britain's government will posthumously pardon thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted under long-repealed anti-gay laws.

    FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 5, 2016 file photo, an army commander informs Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, left, on a Turkey-Iraq border map, in Cukurca, Turkey. Just days into the operation to retake the Islamic State-held city of Mosul, a fault-line has widened between Iraq and Turkey that reflects the lingering distrust of the various forces arrayed against the extremists. The rhetoric is growing increasingly heated on both sides, with some hinting at an open confrontation after the city is liberated – or maybe even before. (Prime Ministry Press Service, Pool photo via AP, File)BEIRUT (AP) — Turkish jets have struck the U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish militia north of the embattled city of Aleppo, claiming to have killed as many as 200 militia members, Turkey's state-run news agency reported Thursday.

    Tokyo Fashion Week attracts only 50,000 visitors -- just a quarter of the total number that attend New York's two annual fashion weeks, and also lagging behind London, Paris and MilanTokyo may be the style capital of Asia, but with South Korea and China snapping at its heels and Japan's most iconic brands rooted in Europe, the city is being urged to haul its fashion week into the big leagues. Tokyo Fashion Week kicked off its spring/summer 2017 season showcase on Monday with six days of events intended to promote 50 brands, a mixture of the established and the new. Tokyo Fashion Week attracts only 50,000 visitors -- just a quarter of the total number that attend New York's two annual fashion weeks, and also lagging behind London, Paris and Milan.

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China and the Philippines will sign $13.5 billion in deals during President Rodrigo Duterte's trip to China this week, the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez said on Thursday. Lopez made the comment at a business forum after Chinese President Xi Jinping met Duterte and said his "milestone" visit could help "fully improve" ties, which have suffered from a territorial dispute in the South China Sea. (Reporting by Ben Blanchard, Writing by Michael Martina; Editing by Nick Macfie)

    An Iraqi military convoy advances towards the city of Mosul, Iraq, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. A senior Iraqi general on Wednesday called on Iraqis fighting for the Islamic State group in Mosul to surrender as a wide-scale operation to retake the militant-held city entered its third day. (AP Photo)KHAZER, Iraq (AP) — The Latest on the campaign to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State group (all times local):

    By Ju-min Park and Eric Walsh SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea test-fired a missile that failed immediately after launch early on Thursday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries said, hours after the two countries agreed to step up efforts to counter the North's nuclear and missile threats. The missile was believed to be an intermediate-range Musudan and was launched from the western city of Kusong, where the isolated state attempted but failed to launch the same type of missile on Saturday, the U.S. Strategic Command and South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The launch came shortly after the United States and South Korea agreed in Washington to bolster military and diplomatic efforts to counter the North's nuclear and missile programs, which it is pursuing in defiance of U.N. Security Council resolutions.

    This undated photo provided by the Modoc County, Calif., Sheriff's Department shows Deputy Jack Hopkins. Hopkins, 31, was shot to death Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, while responding to a disturbance call, the Modoc County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies were responding to a call in a rural area about 10 miles south of Alturas, Calif., when deputy Hopkins, was fatally shot. A suspect was detained shortly after, the sheriff's office said. (Modoc County Sheriff's Department via AP)ALTURAS, Calif. (AP) — A deputy responding to a disturbance in Northern California has been shot to death — the state's fourth law enforcement officer to die in the line of duty in just two weeks.

    PARIS (AP) — Iraqi prime minister: battle to oust Islamic State extremists from Mosul is going more quickly than expected.

    CEO of Renault-Nissan Carlos Ghosn, seen at a press conference during the Paris Motor Show, on September 30, 2016Carlos Ghosn, the head of Japan's number two automaker Nissan, said on Thursday will become chairman of struggling Mitsubishi Motors, five months after throwing a lifeline to the scandal-hit firm. The appointment will make Ghosn the head of three major automakers, including France's Renault which holds a major stake in Nissan. Mitsubishi's current chairman and president Osamu Masuko will stay on as president, the company said, adding that the changes take effect in December.

    Guests pose for a photo with life-sized cutouts of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump prior to a public viewing of the U.S. presidential election debate between Clinton and Trump at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)The world outside the U.S. figured prominently in the third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Here's a brief look at the countries there were up for discussion:

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves to the audience as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump puts his notes away after the third presidential debate at UNLV in Las Vegas, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/John Locher)WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump needed a game changer. Instead, he landed a jaw dropper.

    A woman watches a TV screen showing the live broadcast of the U.S. presidential debate between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)WASHINGTON (AP) — Threatening to upend a fundamental pillar of American democracy, Donald Trump refused to say he will accept the results of next month's election if he loses to Hillary Clinton. The Democratic nominee declared Trump's resistance "horrifying."

    Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama greets his supporters while visiting Prague, Czech Republic, Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)MILAN (AP) — The Chinese Embassy in Rome is contesting the Milan city council's plans to bestow honorary citizenship on the Dalai Lama.

    This Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016 photo teacher Mary Hizon instructs students in a class designed for refugee children at Cajon Valley Middle School in El Cajon, Calif. According to the U.S. State Department, nearly 80 percent of the more than 11,000 Syrian arrivals over the past year were children. Many of those children are enrolling in public schools around the country, including Chicago; Austin, Texas; New Haven, Connecticut; and El Cajon, which received 76 new Syrian students the first week of school. (AP Photo/Christine Armario)EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — Seated at his desk at a suburban San Diego middle school, 12-year-old Abdulhamid Ashehneh tries not to let his mind wander to the painful memories of his life in civil war-torn Syria.

    File photo of shoppers crossing the road in Oxford Street, in LondonBritish retail sales recorded their strongest quarter of growth since late 2014 in the three months to September, but warm weather and higher prices dented demand for new clothing towards the end of the period. Britain's statistics agency said consumer sentiment had remained firm since June's vote to leave the European Union, and that the sector would make a robust contribution to economic growth during the third quarter. "The underlying trend is one of strength, suggesting consumer confidence has remained steady since June's referendum," statistician Kate Davies from the Office for National Statistics said.

    A man rides a bicycle near damaged buildings in the rebel held besieged al-Sukkari neighbourhood of AleppoThe Syrian military said on Thursday a unilateral ceasefire backed by Russia had come into force to allow people to leave besieged eastern Aleppo, a move that the rebels have said is part of a psychological campaign to get them to surrender. State media earlier said the army had opened exit corridors in two designated areas in the Bustan al Qasr quarter and near the Castello road in northern Aleppo city. Intensified Russian and Syrian bombing of besieged rebel-held parts of Aleppo in the past weeks has hit hospitals, bakeries and water pumping stations, and killed hundreds of civilians.

    The logo of Intel, the world's largest chipmaker is seen at their offices in JerusalemBy Pia Oppel LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Intel's fight against a record 1.06 billion euro ($1.16 billion) EU antitrust fine received a boost on Thursday when an adviser to Europe's top court questioned whether the U.S. chipmaker's actions had really harmed competition. The opinion from Advocate General Nils Wahl at the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) is a rare setback for the European Commission, underlining the tough battle ahead as it takes on Apple , Google and Amazon in various competition cases. "Intel's appeal against the imposition of a 1.06 billion euro fine for abuse of its dominant position should be upheld.

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, shows the way to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a welcome ceremony outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)BEIJING (AP) — The Latest on Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's meetings with top officials in China as part of a charm offensive (all times local):

    Iraqi special forces join Mosul offensive against ISIraqi special forces charged into the Mosul battle Thursday with a pre-dawn advance on a nearby town held by the Islamic State group, a key part of a multi-pronged assault on eastern approaches to the ...

    A man stands next to an electronic board showing stock prices in TokyoAsian stocks advanced on Thursday, propelled by strong U.S. earnings and oil prices near a 15-month high, while the Mexican peso hit a six-week high after the final U.S. presidential debate before the Nov. 8 election. In the third and final debate between Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, Trump tried to reverse the momentum in an election that polls show is tilting away from him.

    An illustration released by the European Space Agency (ESA) shows the Schiaparelli EDM landerEuropean scientists are still not certain whether a space lander that reached Mars on Wednesday touched down on the Red Planet in good working condition, the European Space Agency (ESA) said. "The landing test still gives us some open questions we have to analyze," ESA Director General Jan Woerner told journalists on Thursday, adding he could not say whether the disc-shaped 577-kg (1,272 lb) Schiaparelli probe was still in one piece. Scientists said data had been received showing the lander's heat shield and parachutes deployed successfully, but that it was unclear what happened in the final seconds before landing and no data had yet been received from the surface.

    A firefighter battles a blaze after a gas explosion in Portland, Ore., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. A powerful natural gas explosion that neighbors said felt like an earthquake rocked the busy injuring two firefighters and two civilians. One building in the popular shopping district was reduced to rubble and the exterior of one side of another building had been ripped off, its windows blown out. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Firefighters who responded to what should have been a routine call about a gas leak in Portland, Oregon, likely saved lives when they decided to evacuate the building and pulled a fire alarm to warn holdouts just minutes before a powerful explosion, officials said.

    Guests pose for a photo with life-sized cutouts of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump prior to a public viewing of the U.S. presidential election debate between Clinton and Trump at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)LAS VEGAS (AP) — Donald Trump's allies are struggling to defend his refusal at the final presidential debate to say he will honor the results of the November election should he lose, with condemnation arriving from both Republicans and Democrats alike.

    JP Morgan Chase & Co. corporate headquarters in New YorkJPMorgan Chase & Co is in talks to sell out of a Chinese securities joint venture with First Capital Securities Co Ltd in what would be the first departure by a top-tier global investment bank from China's securities segment. The resulting lack of control and limited contribution to total revenue have brought banks frustration at a time when domestic competition has become acute.

    The Latest: Syrian Kurd commander say Turkey still attackingThe Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local): 10:30 a.m. A senior commander of the main Syrian Kurdish militia says Turkish jets and artillery are still attacking his forces north of the embattled ...

    A man walks past damaged buildings in the rebel held besieged al-Sukkari neighbourhood of AleppoBy Ece Toksabay and Angus McDowall ISTANBUL/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Turkish jets pounded a U.S.-backed group of Kurdish-led militia fighters in northern Syria with more than 20 air strikes overnight, highlighting the conflicting agendas of the two NATO allies in an increasingly complex battlefield. The jets targeted positions of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in three villages northeast of the city of Aleppo which the SDF had captured from Islamic State, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said late on Wednesday. The Turkish military confirmed its warplanes had carried out 26 air strikes on areas recently taken by the Kurdish YPG militia, the strongest force in the SDF, and that it had killed between 160 and 200 fighters.

    For those attending the 21st International Clown Convention in Mexico City the "creepy clown" craze that has swept across the US, Europe and now Mexico. is no laughing matteSome 200 of them in full clown suits and makeup chanted those words as they took a group picture outside a theater on Wednesday to counter the "creepy clown" craze that has swept across the United States, Europe and now Mexico. Creepy clown sightings in more than a dozen US states in past weeks have caused a wave of hysteria, forcing police and schools to scramble to contain spreading jitters. Last weekend in Mexico, five teenagers dressed as clowns were detained in the northern border city of Mexicali after they frightened people with bats.

    Hawaii lawmakers hold public meeting on foreign fishermenA woman who worked as an observer on fishing boats that docked in Honolulu described for Hawaii lawmakers what it was like without toilets, showers or hot water. "You have a cold water deck hose as ...

    Members of the Kurdish police and the Kurdish People's Protection Units(YPG) patrol in the northeastern Syrian city of HasakehTurkish warplanes struck Syrian Kurdish militia targets in northern Syria and killed up to 200 militants, state media quoted the military as saying Thursday. The army claimed 160 to 200 militants from the YPG (People's Protection Units) militia were killed in the strikes on Wednesday night. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the raids but could not give a death toll.

    A policeman walks along the house in Georgensgmuend, Germany, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, where an anti-government extremist opened fire on police in southern Germany during a raid in the morning in which they had planned to confiscate his weapons, and four officers were wounded, authorities said. The 49-year-old German man had legally possessed more than 30 weapons for hunting, but local authorities had revoked his license because he appeared increasingly unreliable, Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann said. (Nicolas Armer/dpa via AP)BERLIN (AP) — A German police officer has died a day after being shot by an anti-government extremist during a raid.

    Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces advance near Mosul, Iraq, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Iraqi special forces charged into the Mosul battle Thursday with a pre-dawn advance on a nearby town held by the Islamic State group, a key part of a multi-pronged assault on eastern approaches to the besieged city. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)PARIS (AP) — Diplomats from the U.S., Iraq and some 20 other countries are meeting to make a stabilization plan for Mosul, as the international military operation to free the Iraqi city from Islamic State extremists intensifies.

    Colour-smeared teddy bears are laid by campaign group Avaaz in Berlin to protest the bombing of Aleppo ahead of a meeting of leaders of Russia, France and GermanyDivided EU leaders will seek a tougher strategy to deal with Russia at a summit in Brussels Thursday amid threats of sanctions over Moscow's involvement in Syria. While Russia and Syria began a brief "humanitarian pause" in the devastated city, the European Union is set to "strongly condemn" Moscow and call for a permanent end to hostilities. The leaders of France and Germany warned after talks with Vladimir Putin on the eve of the summit that they could not rule out sanctions over the carnage.

    Tint Soe, a lawmaker from the ruling National League for Democracy party, poses for a photo next to a giant jade stone at a mining site in Hpakant, Kachine State, on October 13, 2016A 174-tonne piece of jade worth millions of dollars that was uncovered in Myanmar will have to stay where it is for now -- because its owners don't have equipment strong enough to move it. "When the edge of the stone was scratched we could see the quality of the jade inside -- the quality is very good," said Tint Soe, 56, a local lawmaker. While some have estimated the rock could be worth more than $170 million, Tint Soe said its value was probably closer to $5.4 million.

    FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2014, file photo, workers finish hanging a mural of Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James on a building in Cleveland. The colossal LeBron James banner is getting a small _ but significant _ upgrade. The iconic, 10-stories-tall mural is being removed this week and replaced with a new one that includes a gold patch of the Larry O’Brien Trophy on the back of James’ uniform to represent the Cavaliers winning the NBA title last season to end the city’s 52-year championship drought. The new banner is expected to be installed by Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan, File)The Cleveland Cavaliers know what it feels like to enter the season as Eastern Conference favorites.

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands after a signing ceremony held in BeijingBy Ben Blanchard BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Thursday that he hoped Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's "milestone" visit to China could help "fully improve" ties, which have suffered from to a territorial dispute in the South China Sea. Duterte arrived in Beijing on Tuesday with at least 200 top business people to pave the way for what he calls a new commercial alliance, as relations with longtime ally the United States deteriorate. On Wednesday, to the cheers of hundreds of Filipinos in Beijing, Duterte said Philippine foreign policy was veering towards China.

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, front, walks with Chinese President Xi Jinping during a welcome ceremony outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)BEIJING (AP) — China and the Philippines have agreed to resume a dialogue on their dispute over the South China Sea, a senior Chinese diplomat said Thursday following talks between the countries' leaders.