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Belgium's Wallonia holds out against Canada trade pact

Protesters hold up a placard reading '3,4 million Europeans count on Wallonia - stop CETA' during a demonstration in as a meeting in Namur, on October 18, 2016A small Belgian region refused Monday to bow to growing pressure to back a key trade deal with Canada, heightening tensions within Belgium and Europe as well as with historic allies in North America. Riding a rising wave of Western populist distrust of international trade deals, French-speaking Wallonia's parliament stuck to its refusal to heed a late Monday EU deadline to support the pact. Its opposition prevents the federal Belgian government from signing the accord, which needs to be backed by all 28 European Union member states.

Sting to perform, receive honor at American Music AwardsNEW YORK (AP) ? Sting will hit the stage at the American Music Awards next month, and the icon will receive a special honor for his successful career.
Russia rules out early renewal of Aleppo ceasefire

Smoke rises after reported opposition fire from buildings in an eastern government-held neighbourhood of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on October 20, 2016Russia, blaming failures by the US-led coalition and meagre hopes for diplomacy, on Monday ruled out early moves to renew its ceasefire in Aleppo after a brief truce ended at the weekend. "The question of renewing the humanitarian pause is not relevant now," deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov told Interfax news agency, in Moscow's first official comment on why it did not extend the ceasefire further. Heavy fighting resumed in the devasted Syrian city on Saturday after Russia, a government ally, ended its three-day cessation of hostilities.

Chinese vice foreign minister visits North Korean capital

China's Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin speaks during a news conference in BeijingSEOUL (Reuters) - Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin arrived in North Korea on Monday, North Korean state media reported, in the first visit by a high-ranking Chinese official since February, according to Japan's Kyodo news agency. Liu's visit comes as Washington and its allies urge Beijing to agree on tough new United Nations Security Council sanctions against North Korea after it conducted a fifth nuclear test in September. North Korea's KCNA news agency said Liu led a Chinese delegation attending the third meeting of the DPRK-China border joint committee. ...

Migrants leave Calais 'Jungle' by bus ahead of demolition

French authorities expect it will take three days to remove all migrants from the Calais' "Jungle" campMigrants lugging meagre belongings boarded buses Monday taking them away from Calais' "Jungle" under a French plan to raze the notorious camp and symbol of Europe's refugee crisis. "Bye bye, Jungle!" a group of migrants shouted as they hauled luggage through the muddy lanes of the shantytown where thousands from Africa and the Middle East had holed up, desperate to sneak into Britain. Scores of Sudanese and Eritrean men queued in the pre-dawn cold outside a hangar where they were later sorted into groups and put on coaches for shelters across France.

British banker tortured, killed victim, Hong Kong court told

A migrant workers alliance group holds placards to protest the killings of two Indonesian women in 2014 outside the High Court in Hong Kong, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. British banker Rurik Jutting accused of the grisly 2014 killings pleaded not guilty when he went on trial Monday, in a case expected to highlight the Asian financial hub's inequality and privileged lifestyle of its wealthy expat elite. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)HONG KONG (AP) ? A British banker accused of killing two Indonesian women in his Hong Kong apartment had tortured one of the victims for three days while using cocaine, a prosecutor said at the opening of his murder trial Monday.

EU executive: Patience trumps deadlines in EU-Canada talks

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel holds a press conference on the second day of the EU summit in Brussels, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. The European Union was scrambling Friday to salvage a massive free trade deal with Canada that was being held up by a small region in Belgium. (AP Photo/Olivier Matthys)BRUSSELS (AP) ? The European Union's executive called for patience in an attempt to save a free trade deal with Canada and dismissed a Monday night deadline for a small Belgian region to provide its vital signature to the deal.

UK to announce airport decision to parliament on Tuesday - May's spokeswoman

A general view Heathrow Airport near LondonLONDON (Reuters) - British transport minister Chris Grayling will make a statement to parliament about airport expansion in south east England around 1130 GMT on Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokeswoman said on Monday. May is due to chair a meeting of a small team of ministers on Tuesday to make the long-awaited decision over whether to give the go ahead for expansion to the west of London at Heathrow, Britain and Europe's busiest airport, or to the south at Gatwick. (Reporting by William James, writing by Kylie MacLellan; editing by Kate Holton)

Anti-Vietnam War activist Tom Hayden dies at 76

US peace activist Tom Hayden -- who was married to Jane Fonda from 1973 to 1990 -- meets refugees during a 1982 visit to the Lebanese coastal town of SaidaPeace activist Tom Hayden, whose radical views were at the forefront of the anti-Vietnam War movement in the 1960s, has died. Hayden's wife, Canadian actress and author Barbara Williams, told CNN that he died late Sunday at the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, California, from complications related to a 2015 stroke. Hayden was a member of the "Chicago 7" convicted on federal charges of conspiracy and incitement to riot over anti-Vietnam War protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.

Concentration of CO2 in atmosphere hits new high: UN

The concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere averaged a record 400 parts per million in 2015, the UN saidThe concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere averaged a record 400 parts per million in 2015, an ominous milestone for the planet's health, the UN said Monday. The greenhouse gas has previously passed the 400 ppm threshold on certain months in specific locations but never on an annual global basis, the United Nations World Meteorological Organization said. The concentration of CO2 spiked in part because of a strong El Nino, the whether phenomenon that occurs every four to five years with a broadly warming effect.