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Canada says EU's 'job' to save trade pact

Canada's trade minister Chrystia Freeland said the "ball is in Europe's court" to save the CETA trade dealCanada turned up the heat on the European Union Saturday, saying it was the bloc's "job" to save a trade pact put in doubt by a Belgian region's refusal to sign on. Chrystia Freeland, the Canadian trade minister, was firm after leaving last-ditch talks with European parliament head Martin Schulz to salvage the proposed accord that was seven years in the making. "Now the ball is in Europe's court and it's time for Europe to finish doing its job," Freeland said, adding that she was returning to Toronto on Saturday.

Top EU lawmaker intervenes to try to save Canada trade pact

President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz arrives for the EU summit in Brussels, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. British Prime Minister Theresa May will hold her first talks with European Union leaders and tell them that the U.K.?s decision to leave the bloc is irreversible. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)BRUSSELS (AP) ? The Belgian region of Wallonia affirmed Saturday it still stands in the way of a trade deal between the 28-nation European Union and Canada, but its leader and a top EU lawmaker were cautiously optimistic that the standoff could be resolved within days.

Death toll from Cameroon rail crash climbs to 63By Sylvain Andzongo DOUALA, Cameroon (Reuters) - The death toll from a train derailment in Cameroon rose to 63 on Saturday, the communications minister said, as rescue efforts continued and work began to clear the vital rail line. The packed Camrail train had been travelling from the capital Yaounde to the port city of Douala on Friday.
The Latest: Syrian army criticizes fresh Turkish incursionBEIRUT (AP) ? The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local):
Philippines says to keep U.S. ties but will not be subservient

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte interacts with reporters during a news conference upon his arrival from a four-day state visit in China at the Davao International Airport in Davao cityBy Karen Lema MANILA (Reuters) - The United States remains the "closest friend" of the Philippines but Manila wants to break away from a "mindset of dependency and subservience" and forge closer ties with other nations, the Philippine foreign minister said on Saturday. The comments by Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay came two days after President Rodrigo Duterte announced his "separation" from Washington, though he went on to strike a more conciliatory tone on Friday. Yasay said in a Facebook posting that Duterte had "unmistakably" stated that severing ties with Washington was not in the nation's interest.

The Latest: Trump set to lay out his first 100 days agenda

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in Newtown, Pa. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times EDT):

Cyber attacks cripple Twitter, Netflix, other websites

Waves of cyber attacks incapacitated a crucial piece of internet infrastructure, hampering or outright blocking access to popular online venues including TwitterCyber attacks pounded the underpinnings of the internet Friday, crippling Twitter, Netflix and other major websites with the help of once-dumb devices made smart with online connections. Waves of attacks incapacitated a crucial piece of internet infrastructure, hampering or outright blocking access to popular online venues. "When I see something like this, I have to think state actor," said Carbon Black national security strategist Eric O'Neill, a former "spy hunter" on the FBI counter-intelligence force.

Remembering war, grateful Bosnians rally for Hillary Clinton

People pass by a poster of the US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. Hundreds of Sarajevo residents gathered Saturday at the square to sign a petition of support for US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as they are thankful for the involvement of both Bill Clinton as a president and Hillary as a secretary of state for their work and efforts in stopping of brutal Bosnian war in the 1990's and later formation of modern and democratic Bosnia Hercegovina. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) ? Residents of Sarajevo are expressing their support for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming U.S. presidential election based in part on the role her husband's administration had in ending Bosnia's devastating war during the 1990s.

Iraq pushes into town near Mosul after IS assault on Kirkuk

Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces are deployed in Bartella, Iraq, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. By Thursday, the Iraqi forces had advanced as far as Bartella, a historically Christian town some nine miles (15 kilometers) from Mosul's outskirts. (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)BARTELLA, Iraq (AP) ? Iraqi forces pushed into a town near the Islamic State-held city of Mosul on Saturday after a wave of militant attacks in and around the northern city of Kirkuk set off more than 24 hours of heavy clashes, with ongoing skirmishes in some areas.

Iraqi PM declines Turkish offer to help in Mosul after meeting CarterIraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declined an offer from Turkey to take part in the battle to dislodge Islamic State from Mosul after meeting U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter in Baghdad Saturday. "I know that the Turks want to participate, we tell them thank you, this is something the Iraqis will handle," Abadi told reporters traveling with Carter. "If help is needed, we will ask for it from Turkey or from other regional countries." During a visit to Turkey on Friday, Carter had signaled conditional support for a possible Turkish role in the campaign and said there was an agreement in principle that could allow for eventual Turkish participation.