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Trump tweets criticism over US protests
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday to criticize the millions of people across the United States who marched in protests against him a day earlier, including the celebrities who took part. Celebs hurt cause badly," Trump tweeted. The scale of the mass protests, echoed in sister rallies around the world, highlight the depth of resistance to the former reality TV star, two days after he was sworn in as president with an approval rating of just 37 percent.
Tough at top: Murray, Kerber out in 4th round in Melbourne
Southampton inflicts 11th loss of Leicester's title defence
SOUTHAMPTON, England (AP) ? Southampton condemned Leicester to the 11th loss of its Premier League title defense with a 3-0 victory on Sunday, leaving the champions five points above the relegation zone.
Gambia awaits new leader, but exiled one has right to return
Gambia's capital on Sunday was awaiting the arrival of the country's new leader and an era of democracy, hours after the authoritarian ruler of 22 years flew into exile with an extraordinary set of assurances ...
Kibermanis leads Latvia 1-2 in 4-man bob World Cup event
Hungary: Official says it could take days to ID bus victims
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) ? It could take days to officially identify the 16 people killed when a bus carrying Hungarian students returning from a ski trip crashed in Italy and burst into flames, Hungary's foreign minister said Sunday.
Syrian rebels meet in Kazakhstan ahead of talksASTANA, Kazakhstan (AP) ? Syrian rebel delegates huddled in Kazakhstan Sunday ahead of talks with government representatives scheduled to begin Monday, the first such negotiations between the two sides in a year. At the top of the agenda is an effort to consolidate a fragile cease-fire agreement reached last month and ease humanitarian suffering in the war-ravaged country.
Sevilla tops Osasuna to stay close to leader Real MadridMADRID (AP) ? Sevilla salvaged a key 4-3 victory in a thrilling game against last-place Osasuna on Sunday, guaranteeing second place at the halfway point of the Spanish league season.
West African troops near Gambia's capital - witnessesBANJUL (Reuters) - Scores of West African soldiers were seen preparing to make a ferry crossing to Gambia's capital, Banjul, on Sunday, several witnesses said, as part of a mission to secure the country and allow new President Adama Barrow take up his office. Yahya Jammeh, the authoritarian leader who had ruled the tiny nation since taking power in a coup 22 years ago, fled into exile late on Saturday as the military operation was poised to remove him. (Reporting by Tim Cocks; Writing by Joe Bavier; Editing by Mark Potter)