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Syrian army says will "bring down" any Turkish war planes in its air spaceThe Syrian military said on Thursday that it would bring down any Turkish war planes entering Syrian air space, a response to air strikes carried out by Turkey overnight in northern Syria. "Any attempt to once again breach Syrian airspace by Turkish war planes will be dealt with and they will be brought down by all means available," the Syrian army general command said in a statement. Turkish air strikes hit a group of Kurdish fighters allied to U.S.-backed militia late on Wednesday, which the Syrian statement called an act of "blatant aggression".
Nobel winner joins scientists' protest of Hungarian policiesBUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) ? A Nobel Prize-winning scientist says he has resigned as an external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to protest the "repressive policies" of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government.
The Latest: Gore camp says 2000 and Trump aren't comparable

Democratic vice presidential candidate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., speaks during a campaign rally in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):

Army urges Aleppo evacuation as Russia extends truce

More than 250,000 civilians have been trapped in the rebel-held east of Aleppo under near-continuous siege since mid-JulyA "humanitarian pause" in the Syrian army's Russian-backed assault on Aleppo took effect Thursday, but despite a drop in violence there was little sign residents were heeding calls to leave. Moscow said the truce would be extended by 24 hours, and the UN said it hoped to carry out the first medical evacuations from Aleppo on Friday, after getting clearance from all warring parties. Despite the lull, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg expressed concern that a Russian aircraft carrier battlegroup, on its way from the North Sea and currently off the coast of Britain, could join attacks on Aleppo.

McMillan's new philosophy rekindles title hopes in Indiana

FILE - In this Oct. 6, 2016, file photo, Indiana Pacers' Paul George drives as Chicago Bulls' Dwyane Wade defends during an NBA preseason basketball game in Indianapolis. "I don?t want to jump the gun and say this is the best team I?ve played on, but it certainly could be,? George said. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)INDIANAPOLIS (AP) ? Nate McMillan learned a lot the last three seasons as an Indiana Pacers assistant.

The Latest: Feds meet with Hawaii fishing vessel owners

A group of residents and activists stand outside the Hawaii State Capitol ahead of a meeting about labor conditions for foreign fishermen in Hawaii's commercial fleet, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016 in Honolulu. A group of Hawaii lawmakers is holding the public meeting to discuss conditions among the Hawaii fleet after an Associated Press investigation found that some foreign fishermen have been confined to vessels for years. A federal loophole allows the foreign men to work but exempts them from most basic labor protections. (AP Photo/Cathy Bussewitz)HONOLULU (AP) ? The Latest on a meeting between federal officials and fishing boat owners to discuss conditions among the Hawaii longline fleet (all times local):

Russia pauses Aleppo bombing 11 hours for four days, U.N. wants moreBy Tom Miles and Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Russia has told the United Nations it will stop bombing eastern Aleppo for 11 hours a day for four days, but that is not enough to trigger a wider ceasefire deal under which militants would leave the Syrian warzone, the U.N. said on Thursday. The Syrian military said a unilateral ceasefire backed by Russia had come into force to allow people to leave eastern Aleppo, a move rejected by rebels who say they are preparing a counter-offensive to break the blockade. "They (the Russians) have said 11 hours per day and four days from today, Thursday," U.N. Syria humanitarian adviser Jan Egeland told reporters.
Union asks court to reverse Wal-Mart trespassing orderLITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) ? A labor union that has demonstrated against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. asked the Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday to reverse a judge's decision barring it from entering the retail giant's property for anything other than shopping.
US service member killed north of Mosul: defense official

Smoke rises after a mortar shell hit an area close to an Iraqi army position near the village of Tall al-Tibah, some 30 kilometres south of Mosul, on October 19, 2016A member of the US military was killed Thursday in a bomb blast north of Mosul, a senior US defense official said, as Iraqi forces in the region continued their push on the city. The official told AFP that the service member had died in what were likely "Mosul-related" operations, but did not provide additional details. More than 100 US troops are advising Iraqi security forces and Kurdish peshmerga as they advance toward Mosul, the Islamic State group's last stronghold in Iraq, on multiple fronts.

Historic mountaintop stone cabin gutted by fire is rebuilt

In this Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016 photo workers rebuild an historic stone cabin on Mount Mansfield in Stowe, Vt. The building was gutted in a fire last Christmas Eve when the founder of Burton Snowboards' two sons accidentally caused a fire. The family donated $150,000 to help rebuild the Stone Hut, which will be open for overnight guests starting on Dec. 1. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)STOWE, Vt. (AP) ? A historic mountaintop stone cabin that was gutted by an accidental fire caused by the sons of a snowboard company founder almost a year ago has been rebuilt and will be ready for guests soon.