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Oil price declines weigh on European markets

People walk through the lobby of the London Stock Exchange in LondonMixed results from the continent's banking sector and losses in the mining sector pushed the pan-European STOXX 600 index down 0.6 percent. The losses came after oil prices fell 1.18 percent on Wednesday as investors grew increasingly doubtful that OPEC members will agree to cut output and as U.S. inventories staged a surprisingly large increase. The market is starting to question whether the OPEC agreement reached a couple of weeks ago is really as solid as originally thought," Investec economist Ryan Djajasaputra said.

Philippine, Japanese leaders sign military, economic deals

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivers a speech at the Philippine Economic Forum in Tokyo, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Duterte is on a three-day official visit to Japan. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)TOKYO (AP) ? The leaders of Japan and the Philippines agreed Wednesday to cooperate in promoting regional peace and stability and endorsed Japan's provision of patrol boats and military training aircraft to bolster Philippine maritime security, without discussing their alliances with the U.S., whose relationship with Manila has quickly become strained.

AP Explains: Why African states have started leaving the ICCJOHANNESBURG (AP) ? Until last week, no country had withdrawn from the International Criminal Court. Now, three African states ? South Africa, Burundi and Gambia ? have made official decisions to leave. Gambia announced its decision late Tuesday. Concerns are high that more African countries now will act on years of threats to pull out amid accusations that the court unfairly focuses on the continent. Here's a look at what it all means.
Global stocks hit by gloom on Wall Street, lower oil prices

FILE - This Jan. 4, 2010, file photo shows an historic marker on Wall Street in New York. Stocks opened slightly lower on Wall Street, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, as some companies issue disappointing earnings and forecasts. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)TOKYO (AP) ? Global stock markets fell on Wednesday after some disappointing earnings reports and as a drop in oil prices dragged down shares in energy companies.

Despite ratings drop, Olympics boosts Comcast in 3Q

FILE - This June 11, 2013, file photo, shows the Comcast Corp. logo during The Cable Show 2013 convention in Washington. Comcast reports financial results Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Comcast?s marriage with NBCUniversal foreshadows what can come from the kind of ?vertical integration? that AT&T and Time Warner are attempting. There are potential marketplace and consumer harms, but also benefits to advertisers and subscribers. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)NEW YORK (AP) ? Comcast's profit rose 12 percent in the July-September quarter thanks to the Olympics and the first third-quarter gains in video subscribers in a decade.

Gambia says it is leaving International Criminal Court

FILE - In this Sept. 25, 2014, file photo, Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh addresses the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations headquarters. A third African country, Gambia, says it will leave the International Criminal Court as fears grow of a mass pullout from the body that pursues some of the world's worst atrocities. Gambia announced the decision on television Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, accusing the court of unfairly targeting Africa and calling it the "International Caucasian Court." (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)DAKAR, Senegal (AP) ? A third African country, Gambia, says it will leave the International Criminal Court as fears grow of a mass pullout from the body that pursues some of the world's worst atrocities.

National Geographic 'Afghan girl' arrested in Pakistan

US photographer Steve McCurry poses next to his photos of the "Afghan Girl" named Sharbat Gula at a 2013 exhibition in Hamburg, northern GermanyAn Afghan woman immortalised on a celebrated National Geographic magazine cover as a green-eyed 12-year-old girl was arrested Wednesday for living in Pakistan on fraudulent identity papers. The haunting image of Sharbat Gula, taken in a Pakistan refugee camp by photographer Steve McCurry in the 1980s, became the most famous cover image in the magazine's history. Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested Gul for fraud following a two-year investigation in the northwestern city of Peshawar, the capital of restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan.

Police: Oklahoma man wanted for violent crimes had hit list

This June 8, 2010 photo provided by the Kay County Detention Center shows Michael Vance. Authorities are searching for Vance, who is suspected in a double slaying and accused of shooting and wounding multiple police officers near Oklahoma City on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. (Kay County Detention Center via AP)OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) ? Authorities say the Oklahoma man who has been wanted since Sunday in a string of violent crimes, including the killings of two relatives, had a hit list purporting to target several more people.

Coke tops Street 3Q forecasts

This Thursday, April 28, 2016, photo shows bottles of Coca-Cola in Concord, N.H. Coca-Cola Co. reports financial results Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)ATLANTA (AP) ? Coca-Cola Co. (KO) on Wednesday reported third-quarter profit of $1.05 billion.

Philippines' Duterte tells Japan his China visit was just economics, blasts U.S

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attend a joint press conference at the prime minister's office in Tokyo, JapanBy Kiyoshi Takenaka and Linda Sieg TOKYO (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sought to assure Japan on Wednesday that his high-profile visit to China last week was about economics, not security, and vowed to stand on Tokyo's side over the disputed South China Sea when the time came. Earlier in the day, Duterte reiterated his harsh words for long-time ally Washington, saying he might end defense treaties. The volatile Philippine leader's visit to Japan comes amid jitters about his foreign policy goals after weeks of verbal attacks on ally the United States and overtures toward China.