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Belgium's Wallonia says won't meet EU 'ultimatum' on Canada trade pact

Walloon chairman Andre Antoine says the parliament will not respect an EU ultimatum to back a massive trade deal with Canada blocked by the Belgian regionThe head of Wallonia's parliament said Monday it would not respect an EU ultimatum to back a massive trade deal with Canada blocked by the Belgian region. "It won't be possible to respect this ultimatum," Andre Antoine told RTL radio in Belgium, referring to a late-Monday deadline set by EU president Donald Tusk for the country to say whether it could support the pact. Belgium has so far been the only EU member not to sign up to the CETA trade deal, which has been seven years in the making, because French-speaking Wallonia has refused to endorse it.

Fighting in Somalia kills at least 7 soldiers: officialsBy Abdiqani Hassan and Abdi Sheikh MOGADISHU (Reuters) - At least seven people were killed in weekend fighting between soldiers from two semi-autonomous regions of Somalia, officials from both sides said on Sunday, sparking fears of wider conflict. The clashes which broke out on Saturday pitted forces from Puntland with those of Galmudug, the latest flare-up over a disputed area straddling their border. The two sides are fighting in the town of Galkayo, which is divided between clan militias loyal to the different regions.
Tom Hayden, famed 1960s anti-war activist, dies at 76

Tom Hayden, famed 1960s anti-war activist, dies at 76Famed '60s anti-war activist Tom Hayden, whose name became forever linked with the celebrated Chicago 7 trial, Vietnam War protests and his ex-wife actress Jane Fonda, has died. He was 76. He died on Sunday ...

Cameroon President vows probe after rail crash kills at least 75

President Paul Biya of Cameroon addresses the 71st United Nations General Assembly in New YorkCameroon's President Paul Biya on Sunday pledged to investigate the causes of a rail crash that killed at least 75 people, as rescue workers scoured wreckage for more bodies. The packed passenger train carrying more than 1,400 people between the capital Yaounde and the central African country's port city of Douala derailed on Friday near the town of Eseka, causing carriages to flip over at high speed. "I have ordered an in-depth inquiry into the causes of this accident," Biya told state TV in French on returning to Cameroon on Sunday afternoon after a trip in Europe.

Egyptians losing patience with Sisi as economy deteriorates

Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi attends a news conference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the Cyprus' President Nicos Anastasiades (unseen) at the El-Thadiya presidential palace in CairoThe cartoon captures the mood of desperation and anger among Egyptians clobbered by tax rises, soaring food price inflation and cuts in state subsidies. Some fear a repeat of the mass street protests that drove Sisi's two immediate predecessors from power. Core inflation is at seven-year-highs, near 14 percent, as a foreign exchange shortage and a hike in customs duties bite hard in a country that imports everything from sugar to luxury cars.

Migrants start leaving Calais 'Jungle' ahead of demolition

Migrants with luggage leave the "Jungle" migrant camp, as part of a major three-day operation to clear the camp of its estimated 6,000-8,000 occupants, in Calais, northern France, on October 24, 2016Migrants carrying suitcases and bundles of possessions began leaving the Calais "Jungle" on Monday ahead of the demolition of the camp that has served as a launchpad for attempts to sneak into Britain. A group of Sudanese and Eritrean migrants, mostly men, queued in the early morning darkness outside a hangar where the camp's 6,000-8,000 occupants will be sorted into groups and put on buses for shelters across France. A first coachload carrying 50 Sudanese left at about 8:45 am (0645 GMT), heading for the Burgundy region of east central France.

Bill Murray honored as he accepts Mark Twain prize for humor

Bill Murray arrives at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the 19th Annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor presented to Bill Murray on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Washington. (Photo by Owen Sweeney/Invision/AP)WASHINGTON (AP) ? In an evening filled with jokes about Bill Murray's elusiveness and quirky personality, it was David Letterman who provided the most touching moment as Murray was honored with the nation's top prize for comedy.

France moving more than 6,000 migrants, destroying huge camp

France moving more than 6,000 migrants, destroying huge campLines of migrants with their lives in small bags walked to a registration center in the French port city of Calais Monday, the first day of the mass evacuation and destruction of the filthy camp they called ...

France starts clearing 'jungle' migrant camp in Calais

Migrants with their belongings queue at the start of their evacuation and transfer to reception centers in France, and the dismantlement of the camp called the "Jungle" in CalaisBy Matthias Blamont CALAIS, France (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants carrying suitcases and bundles of possessions started queuing outside a hangar outside Calais on Monday to be resettled as the French government started clearing a makeshift camp known as the "Jungle". Armed police fanned out around the warehouse and across the squalid shanty-town after a night during which small groups of migrants burned toilet blocks and hurled stones at security forces in protest at the plans to dismantle the camp. The Socialist government says it is closing the camp, home to 6,500 migrants fleeing war and poverty, on humanitarian grounds.

The Latest: US denies coalition struck Iraqi mosque

FILE -- In this Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 file photo, Iraqi troops guard a checkpoint near the village of Awsaja, Iraq, as smoke from fires lit by Islamic State militants at oil wells and a sulfur plant fills the air. In the week since Iraq launched an operation to retake Mosul from the Islamic State group, its forces have pushed toward the city from the north, east and south, battling the militants in a belt of mostly uninhabited towns and villages. In the heavily mined approaches to the city they met with fierce resistance, as IS unleashed suicide truck bombs, rockets and mortars. (AP Photo/Adam Schreck, File)BAGHDAD (AP) ? The Latest on developments in Iraq as the battle for Mosul enters its second week (all times local):