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Venezuela opposition rallies against Maduro 'dictatorship'

Lilian Tintori wife of jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, holding a copy of the Venezuelan constitution , takes part in a rally against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government in CaracasBy Andrew Cawthorne and Diego Oré CARACAS (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of opposition supporters rallied across Venezuela on Wednesday against socialist President Nicolas Maduro, whom they accuse of becoming a dictator by blocking a plebiscite to remove him. The opposition coalition says Maduro must go, but Venezuela's electoral board last week canceled a planned signature drive to hold a recall referendum against him, citing fraud. Enraged foes said Maduro, a former bus driver and union leader who narrowly won election to succeed Hugo Chavez in 2013, had crossed the line.

Clearance of Calais Jungle camp accomplished, French prefect says

Smoke rises the sky as migrants and journalists look at burning makeshift shelters and tents in the "Jungle" on the third day of their evacuation as part of the dismantlement of the camp called the "Jungle" in CalaisBy Matthias Blamont CALAIS, France (Reuters) - French authorities said on Wednesday they had finished clearing the "Jungle", a squalid shantytown outside Calais built by migrants who had hoped to make the passage to Britain but whose last inhabitants are now mostly dispersed around France. The operation passed off peacefully for the most part, though some migrants torched tents and shelters in a last act of defiance as their hopes of a new life in Britain evaporated. "This is the end of the 'Jungle'," Calais regional prefect Fabienne Buccio said.

South Africa's anti-graft body says report blocked by Zuma is final

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa speaks during a high-level meeting on addressing large movements of refugees and migrants at the United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan, New YorkBy TJ Strydom JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's anti-graft watchdog has told President Jacob Zuma that its report into possible undue political influence of his friends is final, dimming his hopes of adding to its findings as he battles pressure from within his own ANC party to resign. Zuma filed an affidavit in court on Tuesday asking whether the report was final and if he would be able to question witnesses himself and respond to accusations he allowed an Indian-born business family to interfere in state affairs. Zuma, facing calls to quit from opposition parties and even within the ruling African National Congress due to his links with the Gupta family, denies any impropriety, as do the three businessmen.

New York's MoMA acquires original set of emojis

This photo provided by The Museum of Modern Art in New York shows the original set of 176 emojis, which the museum has acquired. The emojis were a gift to the museum from the phone company, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. (Shigetaka Kurita/NTT DoCoMo/Courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art)NEW YORK (AP) ? Back in the day, before cars could drive themselves and phones could send stickers and animations, a Japanese phone company released a set of 176 emojis.

Arby's to sell venison sandwiches in 6 deer-hunting states

FILE - In this Monday, March 1, 2010, file photo, an Arby's restaurant sign is shown in Cutler Bay, Fla. Arby's announced on Oct. 26, 2016 that it will sell venison sandwiches this fall for a few days at select restaurants from Oct. 31 to Nov. 28 in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Georgia. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)ATLANTA (AP) ? Deer hunting season is on the way, but fans of venison might not have to trek out into the woods this year to get their fix.

Burundi notifies U.N. of International Criminal Court withdrawal

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon address a news conference in the capital BujumburaBurundi has informed U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of its decision to quit the International Criminal Court, it said on Wednesday, adding momentum to mounting African opposition to the Hague-based tribunal. African states have long complained the ICC is biased, prosecuting Africans while ignoring others, but they had until recently resisted withdrawing. Burundi now says it has joined South Africa in taking such a step.

Israel unveils 'oldest' Hebrew mention of Jerusalem

An ancient papyrus manuscript from the time of the First Temple during a press call in JerusalemIsraeli archaeologists Wednesday unveiled a 7th century BC text they said contains the earliest mention in Hebrew of Jerusalem outside the Bible, prompting officials to stress the Jewish connection to the city. "For Israeli archaeology, this is the first mention in Hebrew of the city of Jerusalem outside the New Testament," Amir Ganor of Israel's antiquities authority told AFP as the papyrus was presented in Jerusalem. The antiquities authority said the papyrus, found near the Dead Sea, was seized from traffickers after a lengthy investigation as it was about to go on sale on the black market.

Boeing has a banner 3Q and sees more of the same aheadBoeing's third-quarter profit rose 34 percent on lower taxes, and the company raised its forecast for 2016 earnings, revenue and airplane deliveries. The results beat Wall Street expectations, and Boeing ...
Ex-judge's regrets could help cut sentence of drug kingpin

FILE ? In this Jan. 8, 2004, file photo, U.S. District Judge Robert Cindrich, who was resigning to work for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, sits in his office in Pittsburgh. Cindrich's regret could lead to the early release of a drug kingpin. The now-retired judge who gave Ronald Whethers a life sentence in 1996 for drug trafficking has written to the court in Pittsburgh in support of a sentence reduction. (AP Photo/John Heller, File)PITTSBURGH (AP) ? A former judge's regret could lead to the early release of a drug kingpin whose case became well-known because of its connection to an organ transplant that saved Pennsylvania's ailing governor in 1993.

Southee leads series-levelling win over India

Indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane plays a shot during the fourth one day international (ODI) match against New Zealand in Ranchi on October 26, 2016Fast bowlers Tim Southee and James Neesham ran through India's middle order to help New Zealand to a 19-run series-levelling win in the fourth one-day international Ranchi on Wednesday. Southee (3-40) and Neesham (2-38) shared five wickets between them to bowl out India for 241 in 48.4 overs. Earlier opener Martin Guptill scored a gritty half-century to drive New Zealand to 260 for seven after electing to bat first.