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South Africa graft agency will not oppose Zuma bid to delay Gupta report -eNCA TV

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma makes opening remarks during the official opening of the U.N.'s Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in SandtonSouth Africa's new anti-graft watchdog will not oppose President Jacob Zuma's court bid to delay the release of a report into allegations of political interference by the wealthy Gupta brothers, eNCA TV said, citing court documents. Indian-born businessmen Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta are the subject of an official investigation into allegations that they have had undue influence over Zuma. The report, by the outgoing Public Protector, a constitutionally-mandated anti-graft official, was prevented from being made public last Friday by Zuma's application to the High Court to delay its release.

China protests 'illegal,' 'provocative' U.S. South China Sea patrolChina's Defence Ministry said that a patrol by a U.S. warship in the South China Sea on Friday had been "illegal" and "provocative" and that it had lodged a protest with the United States. In a statement on its website, the ministry said two Chinese warships had warned the U.S. warship to leave during the patrol.
U.S. warship challenges China's claims in South China Sea

Guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur operates in the South China SeaBy Idrees Ali and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. navy destroyer sailed near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea on Friday, drawing a warning from Chinese warships to leave the area. The U.S. action was the latest attempt to counter what Washington sees as Beijing's efforts to limit freedom of navigation in the strategic waters, U.S. officials said. The Chinese Defense Ministry called the move "illegal" and "provocative," saying that two Chinese warships had warned the U.S. destroyer to leave.

Congo security forces killed dozens of anti-government protesters -U.N

People walk through a street amid a general strike called by the opposition to press President Joseph Kabila to step down in December, in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of CongoBy Aaron Ross KINSHASA (Reuters) - Congolese security services shot, burned, beat and hacked to death at least 48 civilians and reportedly hired thugs to attack protests last month against the extension of President Joseph Kabila's mandate, the United Nations said on Friday. The death toll came from two days of violence in the capital Kinshasa and included four police officers killed by protesters and one other civilian. It was higher than during the 2011 electoral process, the U.N. Joint Human Rights Office in Congo (UNJHRO) said in a report.

50 years on, UK marks mine disaster that killed 128 children

FILE - In this Oct. 22, 1966 file photo, rescue workers shovel the wet coal waste 28 hours after it slipped down the man-made mountain of coal waste and engulfed the Pantglas Junior School, and some houses, in Aberfan, Wales. Fifty years ago on Friday Oct. 21, 2016, an avalanche of mine waste swept down on a Welsh village and killed 116 children and 28 adults. Britain recalls the disaster that led to tougher rules on safety and fed a distrust of government that continues to this day. (AP Photo/File)LONDON (AP) ? People across Britain fell silent Friday to mark 50 years since a mountain of coal sludge collapsed onto a village in Wales, killing more than 140 people in one of the country's worst mining disasters.

Burkina Faso forces foiled coup attempt in early October, minister saysOUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Security forces in Burkina Faso foiled a coup attempt on Oct. 8 by about 30 members of the ex-presidential guard, known as the RSP, Interior Minister Simon Compaore said on Friday. He said the plan included an attack on the presidential residence, as well as on army barracks and a prison in the capital, Ouagadougou. (Reporting By Mathieu Bonkoungou and Nadoun Coulibaly, writing by Edward McAllister; Editing by Joe Bavier, Larry King)
Ex-coach calls his ban from Penn State facilities 'wrong'BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) ? The former Penn State assistant football coach suing university says he was angered when told he couldn't return to team facilities after being put on leave the week Jerry Sandusky was charged with child molestation.
US Navy destroyer conducts operation in South China Sea

This image provided by the U.S. Navy, taken Oct. 17, 2016, shows the guided missile destroyer USS Decatur, right, pulling into position behind the Military Sealift Command USNS Matthew Perry, during a replenishment-at-sea, seen from the bridge of the guided-missile destroyer USS Spruance, in the South China Sea. The Defense Department says a U.S. Navy warship has conducted a freedom of navigation operation in the South China Sea, where China and five other countries have competing territorial claims. A department spokesman, Navy Cmdr. Gary Ross, said the destroyer ship USS Decatur conducted the transit operation Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, near the Paracel Islands. (U.S. Navy/Petty Officer 2nd Class Will Gaskill via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) ? A U.S. Navy warship on Friday passed through waters claimed by China near disputed islands in the South China Sea, the Defense Department said.

The Latest: New Clinton ad features soldier's father

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, second from right, and his wife Melania Trump, right, watch as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, second from left, is helped into her chair by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, left, after speaking at the 71st annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a charity gala organized by the Archdiocese of New York, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016, at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):

British reporter 'Fake Sheikh' jailed for 15 months

Mazher Mahmood, nicknamed the "Fake Sheikh" centre, arrives at the Old Bailey, London, Friday Oct. 21, 2016. A judge Friday sentenced British journalist Mazher Mahmood who often posed as a Middle Eastern tycoon in sting operations to 15 months in prison, after the tabloid reporter was convicted of perverting the course of justice in an effort to get scoops. (Dominic Lipinski/PA via AP)LONDON (AP) ? A judge sentenced a British journalist who often posed as a Middle Eastern tycoon in sting operations to 15 months in prison on Friday, after the tabloid reporter was convicted of perverting the course of justice in an effort to get scoops.