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Famine killing tens of thousands in Boko Haram region -U.N

Girl displaced as a result of Boko Haram attack in the northeast region of Nigeria, rests her head on a desk at Maikohi secondary school IDP camp in Yola, Adamawa StateBy Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people are dying of hunger in the area of west Africa where Boko Haram militants are active, the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for the region, told a news conference on Friday. About 65,000 people are in a "catastrophe" or "phase 5" situation, according to a food security assessment by the IPC, the recognised classification system on declaring famines. Phase 5 applies when, even with humanitarian assistance, "starvation, death and destitution" are evident.



Rosetta crash-landing ends historic comet mission

The Rosetta spacecraft measures 32 m across including the solar arrays, while the comet nucleus is thought to be about 4 km wideEurope's pioneering Rosetta spacecraft dramatically concluded its 12-year odyssey Friday, crash-landing into the comet it orbited and probed for two years in a quest to demystify the Solar System's origins. "Rock-n-roll Rosetta," added a visibly moved Matt Taylor, project scientist, as he left the podium, holding -- and shaking -- his head. Rosetta made a "controlled impact" with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko at 1041 GMT -- the closing chapter in a trailblazing project approved in 1993 to look some 4.6 billion years back in time.



Bulgarian lawmakers OK law banning women from wearing veilsSOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) ? Bulgaria's Parliament has approved a law banning women from wearing veils that cover their faces in public.
Deutsche Bank shares tank as concern grows over stability

Deutsche Bank shares tank as concern grows over stabilityWorries over the financial stability of Deutsche Bank returned to the fore Friday, sending shares in Germany's biggest bank to a record low and rekindling broader concerns about Europe's financial sector. ...



US inflation stays low in August with spending flat

Despite the pickup in prices, inflation remained below the US Federal Reserve's target rate of 2 percentUS inflation in August nudged upwards, regaining some of the pace it had lost in the summer, but was still low, according to Commerce Department data released Friday. Personal income gained $39.3 billion in August, an increase of 0.2 percent over July, down from the 0.4 percent increase recorded the month before. Personal consumption expenditures, or PCE, a measure of the value of all goods and services bought, were virtually unchanged between July and August, according to the department.



Sting back to rock and striving to stay optimistic

After selling more than 100 million albums, Sting says he is fortunate not to worry about commercial considerations, but wanted a change with his latest albumAs Sting took up the refugee crisis for his latest album, he met in Berlin with musicians who fled Syria. "I felt it was important to have that sanction," Sting told AFP of the track "Inshallah," in which he envisions himself on a boat like a refugee desperate for safety. The song appears on Sting's album "57th and 9th," which comes out November 11 and marks the most rock-driven work in years by the former Police frontman.



Austrian police investigating terrorist suspectVIENNA (AP) ? Austrian police are interrogating a man on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist group after he allegedly tried to run down several people with his car in Vienna.
Ryder Cup showdown under way at Hazeltine

Europe's Justin Rose plays a a practice round ahead of the 41st Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Course in Minnesota on September 29, 2016Olympic champion Justin Rose teed off for Europe in a boisterous and tension-filled atmosphere Friday to start the 41st Ryder Cup with an opening alternate shot foursomes match at Hazeltine. Passions were overflowing in the first tee stands, jammed to a 1,500-seat capacity with screaming spectators, as Europe began the hunt for an unprecedented fourth consecutive victory over the United States. Rose fired his shot into the morning fog and mist and it landed on the fairway.



Drop in U.S. consumer spending clouds Fed rate hike outlook

Shoppers ride escalators at the Beverly Center mall in Los AngelesU.S. consumer spending unexpectedly fell in August for the first time in seven months while inflation showed signs of accelerating, mixed signals that could keep the Federal Reserve cautious about raising interest rates. The Commerce Department said on Friday that consumer spending, which accounts for more than two-thirds of U.S. economic activity, fell 0.1 percent last month after accounting for inflation. Yields on U.S. government debt fell after the data and the dollar weakened against a basket of currencies, signaling investor doubts about the prospect of a near-term Fed rate increase.



First U.N. special envoy for Somali refugees amid 'asylum fatigue'

Somali refugees gather to celebrate with Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala during her 19th birthday at the Dadaab refugee camp near the Kenya-Somalia borderBy Katy Migiro NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United Nations has appointed its first special envoy for Somali refugees to ensure they receive protection, following accusations by a rights group that Kenya has been forcing them out of the world's largest refugee camp in a bid to close it. Kenya, which says the returns are voluntary, called last week at the U.N. General Assembly for more funding to repatriate more than 300,000 Somali refugees living in Dadaab camp on its northern border. "The Special Envoy will first help to maximise efforts to search (for) solutions for Somali refugees and asylum seekers at national and regional level and strive to enhance dialogue... to help maintain asylum," the U.N. said in a statement on Friday.