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Collapse of Tehran high-rise on fire kills 30 firefighters

Iranian firefighters work to extinguish fire of the Plasco building in central Tehran, Iran, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. The high-rise building engulfed by a fire collapsed on Thursday as scores of firefighters battled the blaze. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)TEHRAN, Iran (AP) ? A high-rise building in Tehran engulfed by a fire collapsed on Thursday, killing at least 30 firefighters and injuring some 75 people, state media reported.



Tense Gambia awaits inauguration of new president Barrow

Although Gambian president-elect Adama Barrow is holed up in Senegal until he can cross the border safely, officials insisted his inauguration would go ahead ThursdayGambian president-elect Adama Barrow was to take power Thursday, capping weeks of tension over Yahya Jammeh's refusal to quit which has seen Senegalese and Nigerian troops massing at the border and tourists racing to leave. With Senegalese troops backed by Nigerian forces and fighter jets gathering, the country appeared on the brink of a military crisis although the army chief insisted his soldiers would not get involved in a "political dispute" nor prevent foreign forces from entering The Gambia. Despite a midnight (0000 GMT) deadline for the expiry of Jammeh's term, the situation remained calm in the city overnight, witnesses said following a last-minute mediation attempt by the Mauritanian president.



Syrian activists say IS has killed 12 captives in PalmyraBEIRUT (AP) ? Syrian activists say the Islamic State group has killed 12 people it held captive in the ancient city of Palmyra by shooting and beheading them.
The Latest: Hotel guest's SMS: 'Help, we're dying of cold'

An Italian firefighters helicopter flies during rescue operations in the area where an hotel was hit by an avalanche in Farindola, Italy, early Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. A hotel in the mountainous region hit again by quakes has been covered by an avalanche, with reports of dead. Italian media say the avalanche covered the three-story hotel in the central region of Abruzzo, on Wednesday evening. (Matteo Guidelli/ANSA via AP)MILAN (AP) ? The Latest on the avalanche that buried a hotel in central Italy (all times local):



Davos CEOs 'go local' on supply chain in Trump era

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump attends a campaign event in SelmaBusiness leaders in Davos, traditionally the high priests of globalization, are talking up the benefits of local production this week to shield themselves from criticism from incoming U.S. President Donald Trump. Elected on a jobs-focused "America First" platform, Trump has taken to Twitter to rebuke major companies like General Motors, Lockheed Martin and United Technologies, either for making goods in Mexico or for the price of their products. At this week's World Economic Forum (WEF), a gathering of business and political elites in the Swiss Alps synonymous with free markets, company bosses said they were now preparing to adjust to the Trump era.



Kremlin hits out at Obama, says was always ready for nuclear arms cuts

Russia's President Putin makes his annual New Year address to the nation in MoscowThe Kremlin on Thursday disputed a statement by outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama on nuclear arms cuts, saying Russia had always been ready to consider making proportional cuts to its arsenal. Obama said overnight he had told President Vladimir Putin he was ready to proceed with nuclear disarmament, but that Russia didn't want to negotiate. "The Russian side always favored a proportional and fair process of nuclear disarmament," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call.



Gambia's vice president quits after two decades in role -sources

Gambia's Vice President Isatou Njie-Saidy arrives for the international mediation on Gambia election conflict in BanjulBANJUL (Reuters) - Gambia's Vice President Isatou Njie Saidy, who has been in the role since 1997, has quit, a government source and a family member told Reuters on Thursday. Saidy is the highest level official to abandon President Yahya Jammeh's camp in his stand-off with opposition leader Adama Barrow, who won an election in December. Abubakar Senghore, Gambia's minister for higher education, has also quit, the sources said. (Reporting by Tim Cocks; Writing by David Lewis; Editing by Louise Ireland)



Andy's ankle, Federer's biggest test highlight Friday action

Britain's Andy Murray, right, is watched by his coach Ivan Lendl during a practice session at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. Murray will play United States' Sam Querrey in third round match on Friday, Jan. 20. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ? One big question ahead of the start of the third round Friday at the Australian Open is the state of Andy Murray's injured right ankle. And nearly as important, how Roger Federer will perform in his first major test ? against Tomas Berdych ? since returning from a six-month injury layoff.



Ex-VW CEO Winterkorn testifies to German parliament inquiry

Martin Winterkorn, former CEO of the German car manufacturer 'Volkswagen', arrives for a questioning at an investigation committee of the German federal parliament in Berlin, Germany, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)BERLIN (AP) ? Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn is testifying before a German parliamentary inquiry in his first public appearance since he resigned in the wake of the company's diesel emissions scandal.



Youth wing of Burundi's ruling party accused of killingsKAMPALA, Uganda (AP) ? Members of the youth league of Burundi's ruling party have beaten, tortured and killed scores of people across the country in recent months, according to Human Rights Watch.