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  • Lebanese army soldiers and policemen secure the area at the site where suicide bomb attacks took place in the Christian village of Qaa, in the Bekaa valleyFour suicide bombers killed at least five people and wounded 19 more in a series of attacks in a Lebanese Christian village at the border with Syria on Monday, the latest violent spillover of the five-year-old Syrian war into Lebanon. Security sources said they believed Islamic State was responsible. Lebanon has been repeatedly jolted by militant attacks linked to the war in neighboring Syria, where the powerful Lebanese Shi'ite group Hezbollah is fighting in support of President Bashar al-Assad.


    British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves after holding a press conference at The Treasury in London, Monday, June 27, 2016. Treasury chief Osborne sought to calm nerves in the markets Monday, as investors worried about the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union. In his first public appearance since the vote to leave the bloc Thursday, Osborne tried to reassure markets shaken by the result. (Stefan Rousseau/Pool Photo via AP)LONDON (AP) — Britain's Treasury chief sought Monday to ease concerns about the vote to leave the European Union, saying the economy is as strong as it could be to face the uncertainty — even as a survey showed many companies are looking to move business out of the country.


    Sterling has crumbled to a three-decade low against the dollar after the Brexit voteBritain battled to stop worldwide Brexit alarm Monday as sterling crumbled to a three-decade low against the dollar, while bank, airline and property shares plummeted.


    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talks with Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu, left, during their meeting at Villa Taverna, U.S. Embassy, in Rome, Italy, Monday, June 27, 2016. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA pool via AP)ROME (AP) — Israel and Turkey have announced a reconciliation deal to end a bitter six-year rift between the Mideast powers.


    Ten Turkish activists were killed when Israeli commandos raided the Mavi Marmara ship which was part of the Free Gaza flotilla in May 2010Ankara (AFP) - A breakthrough Israel-Turkey deal following six years of acrimony will see Israel pay $20 million (18.14 million euros) in compensation for a deadly 2010 commando raid, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Monday.


    By Edmund Blair NAIROBI (Reuters) - A consignment of aid shipped by the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) through Eritrea's main port this month was the first in a decade and the latest sign of Asmara trying to rebuild ties with the outside world, diplomats said. Eritrea, which blames U.N. sanctions for driving it into isolation, has been engaging more deeply with the European Union over the migrant crisis and deepening ties with Gulf Arab states that lie across the Red Sea. The WFP scaled back its presence ten years ago after a row over distribution of food assistance, while continuing with a few small projects in Eritrea, diplomats said.

    Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves after a news conference in central LondonThe leaders of the campaign to get Britain out of the European Union sought to ease concerns about the country's uncertain economic future by giving public backing to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and finance minister George Osborne. In the run-up to last week's referendum, Carney and Osborne incensed Leave campaigners by warning that a vote to pull out of the EU would hit the economy. Carney faced a call for his resignation from one lawmaker from the ruling Conservative Party during the campaign, and last week the official Vote Leave campaign released a video attacking him over his previous employment with Goldman Sachs.


    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — An explosion in a stadium in Madagascar has killed two people and injured dozens in what authorities describe as a terrorist attack.

    German Chancellor Merkel attends a session of the EU committee of the German lower house of parliament, the Bundestag, headed by Krichbaum in BerlinBERLIN (Reuters) - There will be no informal discussions between Britain and the European Union before the British government has invoked formal divorce proceedings by making the Article 50 request, a German government spokesman said on Monday. "One thing is clear: before Britain has sent this request there will be no informal preliminary talks about the modalities of leaving," Steffen Seibert, spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel, told a regular news conference. ...


    The pound has tumbled to its lowest level in almost 31 years after the Brexit voteLondon (AFP) - The pound tumbled Monday to its lowest level in almost 31 years on economic and political uncertainty after Britain voted last week to leave the European Union.


    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish premier: First ship carrying aid to Gaza will depart this week, following Israel reconciliation deal.

    Novak Djokovic of Serbia smiles after completing a training session the day before the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Sunday, June 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)LONDON (AP) — Novak Djokovic is ready to open his bid for a third straight Wimbledon title and fifth straight Grand Slam championship.


    FILE - In this June 24, 2008 file photo German actor Goetz George poses for a photo in Hamburg, Germany. As it was announced Sunday evening, June 26, 2016, George died a week ago at the age of 77. (AP Photo/Fabian Bimmer, file)BERLIN (AP) — German actor Goetz George, much beloved for his role as hard-nosed but good-hearted inspector in the country's iconic "Tatort" TV crime series, has died. He was 77.


    Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the U.S. Conference of Mayors 84th Annual Meeting in IndianapolisBy Amanda Becker CINCINNATI, Ohio - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will campaign for the first time with populist U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren in Ohio on Monday in an early move to neutralize Republican Donald Trump's appeal in the bellwether state. Warren is a fiery critic of Wall Street and one of Clinton's potential vice presidential picks. Ohio has backed every successful presidential nominee since 1964 and no Republican has won the White House without carrying Ohio.


    Only one-in-four Canadians say the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is good for their country, and more than one-third want it renegotiated, according to polling results released ahead of a North American leaders' Summit on Wednesday. The survey from the Angus Reid Institute on Monday come as protectionist sentiment swells in the United States, where voters at both ends of the political spectrum question the economic benefits of NAFTA. The U.S. Congress is hesitating to ratify a new 12-nation trade pact, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which also includes Canada and Mexico.

    Two port security officers stand in front of the 'Aquarius' vessel as migrants wait for disembarking after arriving to Messina, Sicily island, Italy, Sunday. June 26, 2016. A group of more than 650 migrants arrived in Messina after being rescued on the Mediterranean Sea earlier this week. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbian police say they have found 29 migrants with no documents and arrested a suspected people smuggler.


    Mannequin with their heads decorated with Great Britain's union flag display fashion designers clothes in a tailoring shop in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, June. 25, 2016. The news of the U.K. vote to quit the European Union is leaving British expatriates who have built lives abroad worrying what the vote may mean for their property, their pensions and their medical benefits. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:


    Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne arrives for a news conference in central LondonChancellor George Osborne said Britain's vote to leave the European Union was likely to lead to further volatility on financial markets but said the world's fifth-biggest economy would cope with the challenge ahead. Osborne, who was speaking publicly for the first time since Britain voted to leave the bloc on Thursday, said the government had put in place robust contingency plans and there was more action that it and the Bank of England could take. "Our economy is about as strong as it could be to confront the challenge our country now faces," he told a news conference at Britain's finance ministry on Monday.


    U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about Brexit at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University in Palo AltoBy Roberta Rampton and David Ljunggren WASHINGTON/OTTAWA (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will meet with leaders of Canada and Mexico on Wednesday for his final "Three Amigos" summit, a meeting that may signal how keen the North American partners are to tout trade at a time of rising protectionist sentiment. The Ottawa summit comes on the heels of Britain voting to leave the European Union after more than 40 years. It also falls ahead of a U.S. presidential election on Nov. 8 where presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump has made stagnant wages and U.S. manufacturing job losses focal points of his insurgent campaign.


    The Dalai Lama greets Lady Gaga, right, before a question and answer session at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, Sunday, June 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)BEIJING (AP) — China warned people to be aware of what it said are nefarious motives of the Dalai Lama after he met with Lady Gaga on a trip to the U.S. and spoke about love and compassion.


    Europe needs to be reinvented according to a new plan that could be put to an EU-wide referendum later, but it would be "totally irresponsible" to hold a plebiscite in France before that, France's would-be president, Alain Juppe, said on Monday. "It would be totally irresponsible to organize a referendum in France at the moment," Juppe said in the newspaper Le Monde newspaper. Europe first needed to be "re-invented", he said.BERLIN (AP) — Merkel's spokesman rejects 'informal' exit talks before Britain files formal notice of leaving the EU.Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Monday that Britain's vote to leave the European Union could be a great opportunity for the rest of the bloc to make long needed changes. Renzi told the upper house Senate the EU must now focus "a bit more on social issues and a bit less on bureaucratic ones" and said it was important that not much time should be spent on deciding the technicalities of Britain's exit. "Allow me to say that Brexit can be a great opportunity for Europe," Renzi said in an address to parliament before flying to Berlin to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande later on Monday.Following are excerpts from leading Leave campaigner Boris Johnson's article in The Daily Telegraph newspaper on Britain's vote to leave the European Union, the economy and what the future holds. On the Brexit vote: "It is said that those who voted Leave were mainly driven by anxieties about immigration. After meeting thousands of people in the course of the campaign, I can tell you that the number one issue was control – a sense that British democracy was being undermined by the EU system, and that we should restore to the people that vital power: to kick out their rulers at elections, and to choose new ones." "I believe that millions of people who voted Leave were also inspired by the belief that Britain is a great country, and that outside the job-destroying coils of EU bureaucracy we can survive and thrive as never before.The United Kingdom is unlikely to secure full access to the European Union's single market unless it allows unrestricted access to its labor market for EU citizens, Ireland's Finance Minister said on Monday. Pro-Brexit British politician Boris Johnson said on Sunday that Britain could secure full access without signing up to free movement elements when it leaves the 28-nation EU following last week's referendum. As the only EU country with a land border with the United Kingdom, Ireland is likely to play an important role in negotiations.

    A taxi driver holds a Union flag, as he celebrates following the result of the EU referendum, in central LondonBritain needs to decide who represents it so that its EU exit talks can take shape, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Monday on his way to Prague for post-Brexit vote solidarity talks with eastern European member states. In an interview with Reuters, Ayrault also said it was "not automatic" that Britain could get Swiss-style access to the European Union's single market without the free movement of capital, labor, goods and services elements that go with it. "Absolutely Britain needs to sort out the problem of who represents it ... from there we can work on an agenda and a calendar," Ayrault said.


    A pump jack used to help lift crude oil from a well in South Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale formation stands idle in Dewitt County TexasBy Ahmad Ghaddar LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices steadied on Monday as market participants better absorbed the shock of last week's vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union and as analysts said Brexit would have a limited impact on global fuel demand. Both crude benchmarks closed down around 5 percent on Friday amid plunging global financial markets as results from a referendum defied bookmakers' odds to show a 52 percent to 48 percent victory for the campaign to take Britain out of the EU. This is extremely small on any measure." said Goldman Sachs.


    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli police say young masked Palestinians threw stones and shot fireworks at police officers at a contentious Jerusalem holy site revered by Muslims and Jews. No injuries were reported.

    Pope Francis, right, and Catholicos Karekin II release white doves in front of Ararat's mountain after a ceremony at the Khor Virap's monastery, Armenia, Sunday, June 26, 2016. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool photo via AP)ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey says Pope Francis's recognition of the Ottoman-era killings of Armenians as genocide during his visit to Armenia won't help efforts to establish peace and stability in the Caucasus region.


    LONDON (Reuters) - British stocks opened lower on Monday, extending losses from the previous session as last week's vote to leave the European Union hurled Britain into political uncertainty, hitting the shares of British banks, housebuilders and budget airline easyJet.

    Traders work at their desks in front of the German share price index, DAX board, at the stock exchange in FrankfurtBy Nigel Stephenson LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling fell more than 2 percent, the euro took a hammering and stocks dropped again on Monday as Britain's vote to leave the European Union drove investors to seek safety in the yen, gold and low-risk government debt. Sentiment remained weak, with a political crisis gripping Britain and no clarity about when the world's fifth-largest economy would leave the EU or on what terms. The pound recovered some of its lost ground after British finance minister George Osborne said the government had robust contingency plans in place and that it and the Bank of England could do more if needed.


    Spain's acting Primer Minister and candidate of Popular Party Mariano Rajoy, center, celebrates with party members the results of their party, during the national elections in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, June 26, 2016. Spain's repeat election Sunday failed to clarify the political future of the European Union's fifth-largest economy, as another inconclusive ballot compelled political leaders to resume six months of negotiations on who should form a government. (AP Photo/Paul White)MADRID (AP) — Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party has won the country's unprecedented repeat elections but it remains to be seen if acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy can muster enough support to form a new government.


    A pickup truck passes by the remains of mobile homes devastated by a wildfire, Saturday, June 25, 2016, in South Lake, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (AP) — Fire crews are making inroads against a raging wildfire in central California that has claimed two lives and destroyed 200 homes.


    Migrants in a dinghy await rescue by the Migrant Offshore Aid Station around 20 nautical miles off the coast of LibyaItalian coastguard and navy ships rescued over 3,300 migrants in 26 separate operations in the Mediterranean over the weekend, a spokesperson for the Italian navy told Reuters on Sunday. The people were picked up from 25 dinghies and one boat, all north of the Libyan coast, the Coast Guard said in a separate statement. The navy spokesperson said one adult was found dead and another four injured migrants were transported by helicopter to the nearest hospital, on the island of Lampedusa.


    Flood survivor T.J. Parker plays with his dog, Titan, at the Ansted Baptist Church in Ansted, West Virginia, on Sunday, June 26, 2016. Parker says his home was already under water when he arrived from work Thursday. He says he and Titan then swam four blocks to safety. Along the way, he stopped to rescue an elderly man calling for help and brought him through floodwaters to a fire department. (AP Photo/Dave Morrison)ANSTED, W.Va. (AP) — More heavy rains are expected in West Virginia, where floodwaters have killed at least 25 people in the past week.


    A man walks past the Federal Reserve Bank in Washington DCThe stress tests created for banks by U.S. regulators after the 2008 financial crisis may prove their worth this week, providing a timely message on banks' hardiness in the midst of turbulence over last week's vote by Britain to leave the European Union. The Federal Reserve will release the second set of results from stress tests it has conducted annually on large banks since 2009 on Wednesday. "This is a real-world test that can help demonstrate the greater resiliency of banks' balance sheets and the benefits of de-risking that, while having hurt revenue this decade, should help incrementally in times such as this and show the relative strength of U.S. banks," said CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo.


    A wave of lawmakers from Britain's opposition Labour Party resigned in protest from leader Jeremy Corbyn's team on Monday, adding to the eleven senior figures who quit on Sunday in the aftermath of the country's decision to leave the European Union. Corbyn has resisted pressure to quit over what critics say was his lackluster effort to keep Britain inside the EU, saying on Sunday that he would stand again in any leadership election triggered by the party revolt. "(I) do not believe the Labour Party under your leadership is, or will ever be, in good enough shape to go to the public in an election and ask to serve them in government," said Anna Turley, the party's spokeswoman on civil issues, in her resignation letter posted on twitter.

    Commuters heading into the City of London walk across London Bridge, in front of Tower Bridge, in central London on June 27, 2016Britain's finance minister on Monday sought to calm markets after the country's shock vote to leave the EU, and insisted it would be not rushed into a break-up despite pressure from EU leaders. George Osborne said Britain's economy was "as strong as could be" to deal with the fallout of Thursday's momentous Brexit vote, which has already claimed the scalp of Prime Minister David Cameron and fuelled fears of a break-up of the United Kingdom. "Today I want to reassure the British people, and the global community, that Britain is ready to confront what the future holds for us from a position of strength," he said, minutes before the opening of European stock markets.


    Britain's vote to leave the European Union gives the government a clear mandate to impose controls on immigration, a pro-Brexit minister said on Monday, after some leaders of the campaign to leave the bloc said levels might not change after all. Immigration had been a key factor in the build up to the June 23 referendum vote, with the campaign to leave the bloc saying a British exit, or Brexit, would result in lower levels of net migration into Britain. "We've got a very clear mandate from the British public to put in place controls on the flow of people into this country," Chris Grayling told BBC Radio, saying he would be surprised if there was not a significant cut in immigration.