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Islamic State using tens of thousands as human shields in Mosul: U.N.By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Islamic State forces in Iraq have abducted tens of thousands of men, women and children from areas around Mosul and are using them as "human shields" in strategic sites in the city as Iraqi troops advance, the U.N. human rights office said on Friday. "ISIL's depraved, cowardly strategy is to attempt to use the presence of civilians to render certain points, areas or military forces immune from military operations, effectively using tens of thousands of women, men and children as human shields," said Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights. Using human shields is prohibited under international law, he said in a statement.
US stocks mostly rise following strong economic report

In this Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, photo, a miniature reproduction of Arturo Di Modica's "Charging Bull" sculpture sits on display at a street vendor's table outside the New York Stock Exchange, in lower Manhattan. U.S. stocks are moving up early Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, after the government said the economy broke out of its recent slump and grew faster than expected during the third quarter. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)NEW YORK (AP) ? U.S. stocks are mostly higher Friday morning after the government said the economy broke out of its recent slump and grew faster than expected during the third quarter. Real estate and basic materials companies are trading higher. That's helping outweigh big losses for several health care companies as weak results from prescription drug maker McKesson and biotech giant Amgen pull the sector lower.

US Senate candidate Kirk mocks rival's family military past

Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, right, and Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth, left, face off in their first televised debate in what's considered a crucial race that could determine which party controls the Senate, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at the University of Illinois in Springfield, Ill. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) ? Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk has raised his Democratic rival's immigrant background and mocked her family's history of military service, saying he had forgotten the congresswoman's "parents came all the way from Thailand to serve George Washington."

National Geographic's famed 'girl' denies getting fake ID

Pakistan's Inam Khan, owner of a book shop shows a copy of a magazine with the photograph of Afghan refugee woman Sharbat Gulla, from his rare collection in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. A Pakistani investigator says the police have arrested National Geographic's famed green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' for having a fake Pakistani identity card. Shahid Ilyas from the Federal Investigation Agency, says the police arrested Sharbat Gulla during a raid on Wednesday at a home in Peshawar. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) ? A Pakistani prosecutor says National Geographic's famed green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' has made her first appearance before a court, insisting she did not fraudulently obtain Pakistani nationality.

South Africa reports first Tomato Leaf Miner outbreak

A worker collects tomatoes in the Dube AgriZone greenhouse situated at King Shaka International AirportSouth Africa has detected its first outbreak of Tomato Leaf Miner, a pest originally from South America which can ruin tomato and potato crops, the department of agriculture said on Friday. The highly destructive insect feeds on leaves, stems and fruits of plants and can cause widespread crop infection. "This pest is disastrous particularly for tomato production and food security in general," the agriculture department said in a statement.

Venezuelan opposition strike patchy amid government threats

Venezuelan National Guards escort deputies and people as they walk out from the National Assembly after a session in CaracasBy Brian Ellsworth and Anggy Polanco CARACAS/SAN CRISTOBAL (Reuters) - Venezuela's streets were quieter than usual on Friday, but a strike called by the opposition drew patchy participation after the socialist government threatened to seize businesses that closed. "The strike is a good pressure tactic ... but if I don't work, I don't eat," said insurance agent Adolfo Diaz, 38, trying to reach work despite fewer buses in the western city of San Cristobal where sentiment is strong against President Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela's opposition Democratic Unity coalition called for a 12-hour shutdown as part of escalating protests after authorities scuttled its push for a referendum to recall the OPEC nation's unpopular socialist leader.

UN: IS using tens of thousands as 'human shields' in Mosul

U.S. military personnel sit in a bunker as an incoming mortar alarm is called at a coalition air base in Qayara, some 50 kilometers south of Mosul, Iraq, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. The U.S. military says Iraqi forces have retaken 40 villages from the Islamic State group near Mosul since a massive operation to drive the militants from the city began last week. It says Iraqi troops are consolidating gains made east and south of the city earlier this week, but insisted "momentum" was still on their side. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)QAYARA AIR BASE, Iraq (AP) ? The Islamic State group appears to be using tens of thousands of people as "human shields" in and around Mosul, where Iraqi forces are waging a large-scale offensive aimed at retaking the country's second largest city, the U.N. human rights office said Friday.

Army says 2-star general committed suicide

FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2009 file photo, then-Col. John Rossi speaks at a news conference at Fort Hood headquarters in Killeen, Texas. The Army says the death of a two-star general on a military base in Alabama has been ruled a suicide. Rossi was found dead July 31, 2106, in his home on Redstone Arsenal, and an investigation was undertaken. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Army says the death of a two-star general on a military base in Alabama has been ruled a suicide.

More migrants pitch tents on Paris streets as Calais camp shutsBy Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) - The number of migrants sleeping rough on the streets of Paris has risen by at least a third since the start of the week when the "Jungle" shanty town in Calais was evacuated, officials said. Along the bustling boulevards and a canal in a northeastern corner of Paris, hundreds of tents have been pitched by migrants - mostly Africans who say they are from Sudan - with cardboard on the ground to try and insulate them from the cold. While the presence of migrants there is not new, it has grown substantially this week, Colombe Brossel, Paris deputy mayor in charge of security issues, told Reuters.
Upstart Pirate Party senses victory in Iceland elections

Senior Pirate party lawmaker Birgitta Jonsdottir speaks during an interview before the Iceland Parliamentary elections in Reykjavik, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. According to polls the Piratar (Pirate) Party, an anti-authoritarian band of buccaneers that wants to shift power from government to people, is one of the front-runners in the Oct. 29, election triggered by financial scandal in a country still recovering from economic catastrophe. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) ? The past few years have been stormy for Iceland, a country threatened by volcanoes and brought low by bankers. Now, Icelanders are thinking of putting their trust in pirates.