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ICRC steps up aid for Iraq amid fears of post-Mosul sectarian strifeBy Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - As Iraqi families begin streaming out of villages in the path of an army offensive to retake Mosul from Islamic State, some fear that the onslaught may stoke future sectarian strife in the volatile region, a senior Red Cross official said on Thursday. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is prepared to provide aid to 800,000 people who could flee the looming battle for Mosul, including against any use of chemical weapons, said Patrick Hamilton, the ICRC's deputy director for the Near and Middle East. Islamic State militants have used banned chemical agents previously against Iraqi Kurdish forces.
Half a year after 8 relatives killed, no answers or arrests

In this Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016 photo, a porch is all that remains of the home on Union Hill Road after investigators removed the trailer where the bodies of Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden and Hannah Gilley were found on April 22, two of eight family members found shot to death that day in a still-unsolved crime, in Piketon, Ohio. (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins)PIKETON, Ohio (AP) ? Six months after someone shot eight members of an extended family to death in their homes, surviving relatives are still waiting ? for an explanation, for an arrest, for a hint of closure.

NFL to reopen Brown investigation after abuse docs emerge

FILE - In this Sept. 29, 2013, file photo, New York Giants kicker Josh Brown reacts after missing a field goal during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. Brown admitted in journal entries and emails that he verbally and physically abused his wife, according to documents that were part of a domestic violence case obtained by SNY. Team spokesman Corry Rush declined comment Thursday morning, Oct. 20, 2016, on the details that emerged from a case in Washington. Brown was arrested in May 2015 on a domestic violence allegation but no charges were filed against the 37-year-old player. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) ? The NFL is going to re-open its investigation of New York Giants placekicker Josh Brown after police released journal entries and emails in which he admitted that he verbally and physically abused his former wife.

The Latest: Syrian military threatens to down Turkish planes

Lt. Gen. Sergei Rudskoi of the Russian military's General Staff speaks, in front of a map of the Aleppo area in Syria, at a briefing at the Russian Defense Ministry's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. The Russian military says that Russian and Syrian warplanes are staying away from Aleppo a day before a temporary pause in the military push declared by Moscow. Lt. Gen. Sergei Rudskoi said the "humanitarian pause" in Aleppo will last from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, three hours longer than the Russian military initially announced. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)BEIRUT (AP) ? The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local):

Arab coalition says Yemen rebels breach truce

A UN report said air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen were suspected of causing around half of all civilian deathsThe Saudi-led coalition accused Yemeni rebels of repeatedly breaching a ceasefire Thursday, the first day of a truce under global pressure to end a war which has killed thousands. At least 11 people were killed in sporadic clashes between rebels and pro-government forces, despite all sides insisting they will pause the fighting. The truce, for an initial period of three days, took effect just before midnight on Wednesday to allow sorely needed aid deliveries in Yemen where the conflict has also left millions homeless and hungry.

Duterte aligns Philippines with China, says U.S. has lost

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands after a signing ceremony held in BeijingBy Ben Blanchard BEIJING (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced his "separation" from the United States on Thursday, declaring he had realigned with China as the two agreed to resolve their South China Sea dispute through talks. Duterte made his comments in Beijing, where he is visiting with at least 200 business people to pave the way for what he calls a new commercial alliance as relations with longtime ally Washington deteriorate. "In this venue, your honors, in this venue, I announce my separation from the United States," Duterte told Chinese and Philippine business people, to applause, at a forum in the Great Hall of the People attended by Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli.

Iraqi special forces join battle for Mosul, US soldier dies

Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces advance towards the city of 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)BARTELLA, Iraq (AP) ? In a significant intensification of the battle for Mosul, elite Iraqi special forces joined the fight Thursday, unleashing a pre-dawn assault on an Islamic State-held town east of the besieged city. The U.S. military announced the first American death since the operation began.

Obama says his departure may fix what ails Obamacare

Obama visits Miami to speak about the Affordable Care ActBy Roberta Rampton MIAMI (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Thursday that his departure from office in January might be what it takes to begin to heal the political scars over Obamacare and allow for needed fixes to his signature healthcare law. The 2010 Affordable Care Act tipped off a long and bitter political and legal battle between the White House and Republicans in the U.S. Congress who said the 2010 law creates unwarranted government intervention in personal healthcare and private industry. Republicans have been quick to highlight a recent barrage of negative headlines about rising health insurance premiums and shrinking doctor networks for people participating in subsidized insurance plans offered under the law.

Suarez picks up Golden Shoe after prolific last season

Barcelona's Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez poses after receiving the 2015-2016 Golden Shoe award to the leading goalscorer in league matches from the top division of every European national league, on October 20, 2016 in BarcelonaBarcelona's Uruguayan star Luis Suarez on Thursday collected the Golden Shoe award for the leading scorer in Europe last season and admitted he never imagined being the most prolific member of such a star-studded attack. "I didn't imagine myself as the top scorer, I only thought about being a champion, winning the Champions League, which I have done," said Suarez at a prize-giving ceremony in Barcelona. "I have team-mates who make it easy but I am not going to take credit from myself because it needs to be done and you need to be in the right place," Suarez, 29, said of his goal-scoring exploits.

Ohio mom's confession details how she smothered 3 young sons

FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2015, file photo, Brittany Pilkington, right, and her attorney Marc Triplett, left, listen as a judge sets a $1 million bond in her case during a hearing in Bellefontaine, Ohio. An Ohio judge is reviewing recorded police interviews of Pilkington, a woman accused of suffocating her three young sons, as he considers her lawyers' request to exclude her confession. Her trial is scheduled for late February. (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins, File)BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio (AP) ? An Ohio woman accused of suffocating her three young sons over a 13-month period says in a recorded police interview that she smothered each boy with a blanket because she didn't want to see them suffering.