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Police shoot, kill man in San Diego area; protesters gather

Shawn Letchaw hugs a woman named Marie, who didn't give her last name, at the scene where a black man was shot by police earlier in El Cajon, east of San Diego, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. (Hayne Palmour IV/The San Diego Union-Tribune via AP)EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) ? A black man reportedly acting erratically at a strip mall in suburban San Diego was shot and killed by police after pulling an object from his pocket, pointing it at officers and assuming a "shooting stance," authorities said.



9 states to vote soon on expanding legal access to marijuana

9 states to vote soon on expanding legal access to marijuanaFrom California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana. ...



Indonesia evacuates tourists after Mount Barujari eruptionJAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) ? Indonesian authorities are searching for several hundred tourists after Mount Barujari on Lombok island spewed a massive column of ash into the atmosphere and have evacuated more than 1,100 others, the country's disaster agency said Wednesday.
Migratory bird struggles for shelter as chimneys torn down

In this Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016 photo, migratory Vaux's Swifts are a blur as they race to roost for the night inside a large, brick chimney at Chapman Elementary School in Portland, Ore. Numbers of Vaux's Swifts are in decline, in part scientists say because of the destruction of the brick chimneys that they use to roost during their annual fall migration. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) ? The Vaux's (pronounced VOX) Swift, a tiny migratory bird species, has adapted well to urban living and now roosts in old brick chimneys along the West Coast during its annual migration from Canada to Central America and back.



Israel's Peres won Nobel prize but his Mideast peace dream remained elusiveBy Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Shimon Peres, who died on Wednesday at the age of 93, never realized his vision of a new Middle East built upon a 1993 interim peace deal he helped shape with the Palestinians. Peres was hospitalized following a stroke two weeks ago and his condition had improved before a sudden deterioration on Tuesday, doctors said. "Don't forget to be daring and curious and to dream big," Peres urged first-graders at the start of the school year in a posting on his Facebook page earlier this month.
Israeli ex-president and Nobel laureate Peres dies

Israeli ex-president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres Peres has died in hospital where he was admitted on September 13 after suffering a stroke with internal bleedingIsraeli ex-president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres died on Wednesday, some two weeks after suffering a major stroke, triggering an outpouring of grief for the beloved elder statesman. The 93-year-old died in his sleep at around 3:00 am (0000 GMT), Rafi Walden, who is also Peres's son-in-law, told AFP. "He had no interest other than serving the people of Israel," said his son Chemi, his eyes moist as he read a letter on behalf of the family at the hospital.



Libyan general in east rejects UN-backed government

FILE -- In this March 18, 2015 photo file photo, Gen. Khalifa Hifter speaks during an interview with The Associated Press, in al-Marj, Libya. Hifter, a powerful Libyan general whose forces recently captured several key oil facilities has rejected a U.N.-brokered government and said the country would be better served by a leader with ?high-level military experience.? In a series of written responses to questions from The Associated Press this week, Hifter said his army only recognizes the authority of the Libyan parliament based in the east, which has also rejected the U.N.-backed government in the capital, Tripoli. (AP Photo/Mohammed El-Sheikhy, File)BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) ? A powerful Libyan general whose forces recently captured several key oil facilities has rejected a U.N.-brokered government and said the country would be better served by a leader with "high-level military experience."



The Latest: Israel president cuts short visit to Ukraine

FILE - In this March 22, 2013, file photo, President Barack Obama walks on the tarmac with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and Israeli President Shimon Peres, left, prior to his departure from Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv. Shimon Peres, a former Israeli president and prime minister, whose life story mirrored that of the Jewish state and who was celebrated around the world as a Nobel prize-winning visionary who pushed his country toward peace, has died, the Israeli news website YNet reported early Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. He was 93. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)JERUSALEM (AP) ? The Latest on the death of former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres (all times local):



The Latest: Police: California man shot by officers has diedEL CAJON, Calif. (AP) ? The Latest on the police shooting of a man in a San Diego suburb (all times local):
AP Photos: Pyongyang starts day early with patriotic music

North Korean women wave flags cheering on their fellow countrymen as they start their day during morning rush hour on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, in Pyongyang, North Korea. Women?s League units are out in force these days in front of subway entrances and other strategic locations to dance and wave red flags as loud patriotic music blares from boom boxes. Sometimes they are joined by middle school brass bands in their morning ritual, which is intended to encourage workers to start their day off with more vigor. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) ? North Korea's capital is still a pretty quiet place compared to most urban centers around the world, but it gets its start early ? and orderly.