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Gambia leader's term extended as tourists are evacuated

Tourists gather at the airport in Banjul as tour operators send in extra flights to evacuate them Wednesday Wednesday Jan. 18, 2017. As the political crisis deepened, special flights were being organized to evacuate British and other tourists from Gambia, where the threat of a regional military intervention loomed to force Jammeh to step down. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)DAKAR, Senegal (AP) ? Gambia said Wednesday its legislators have voted to extend President Yahya Jammeh's term by three months, just hours before his mandate was set to expire. The president-elect has vowed to take office regardless of whether Jammeh leaves. Amid the uncertainty, tourist evacuations began.



Prosecutor: Orlando gunman's widow knew about the attack

FILE - In this June 12, 2016 file photo, law enforcement officials work at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., following the a mass shooting. Audio recordings of 911 calls released Tuesday, Aug. 30, by the Orange County Sheriff's Office show mounting frustration by friends and family members who were texting, calling and video-chatting with trapped patrons of the Pulse nightclub where Omar Mateen opened fire in June. A U.S. law enforcement official says the FBI has arrested the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter. The official says Noor Salman was taken into custody Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, in the San Francisco area and is due in court Tuesday in California. She's facing charges in Florida including obstruction of justice. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) ? The widow of the Orlando nightclub gunman knew about the attack ahead of time and then hindered the criminal investigation when she lied to FBI agents after the shooting, prosecutors said during a brief court appearance a day after her arrest in California.



Stocks, dollar steady after Trump-led dip

People walk through the lobby of the London Stock Exchange in LondonBy Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) - Stock markets steadied and the dollar recovered some ground on Wednesday after unease over how U.S. policy will develop under Donald Trump's presidency drove the currency to its weakest since early December. Traders in Asia said shares were helped by hopes that the concern about a stronger dollar expressed by the U.S. President-elect at the weekend would benefit emerging markets where companies have borrowed heavily in dollars. Energy and cyclical stocks gained the most.



The Latest: Murray turns ankle during win, appears to be OK

Britain's Andy Murray reacts as he falls during his second round match against Russia's Andrey Rublev at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ? The Latest on Wednesday from the Australian Open (all times local):



Nigeria lawmakers worried about gap between official and black market naira rates

Nigerian naira notes are seen in this picture illustrationNigerian lawmakers have adopted the official exchange rate of 305 naira per dollar for the 2017 budget but have asked the central bank to initiate measures to close the 40 percent spread with the black market, deputy senate president said on Tuesday. Members of the upper house of parliament said during a review of the budget on Tuesday that they were worried about the exchange rate differential, which they described as damaging to the economy and said had led to a loss of investor confidence.



UK, EU take contrasting messages from May's Brexit speech

The Latest: EU president sees 'arduous' task aheadBritish Prime Minister Theresa May's promise of a clean but friendly exit from the European Union drew strikingly different responses Wednesday: optimism in Britain, skepticism on the other side of the ...



Suicide blast kills 33 at north Mali military campAt least 33 people were killed and dozens injured on Wednesday when a suicide bomber detonated a vehicle packed with explosives near a military camp in Mali's northern city of Gao, witnesses and a United Nations peacekeeping source said. "It's terrible," Gao resident Kader Touré said. The camp was home to government soldiers and members of various rival armed groups which jointly patrol Mali's restive desert north in line with a U.N.-brokered peace accord.
George H.W. Bush hospitalized for shortness of breath

FILE - In this April 2, 2016, file photo, former President George H. W. Bush waves as he arrives at NRG Stadium before the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game between Villanova and Oklahoma in Houston. Houston-area media are quoting former President George H.W. Bush's chief of staff as saying that Bush has been hospitalized in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)HOUSTON (AP) ? Former President George H.W. Bush was taken to the hospital over the weekend for shortness of breath and the 92-year-old is responding well to treatments, his spokesman said Wednesday.



Israeli Arab, policeman killed amid clashes over demolitionsJERUSALEM (AP) ? An Israeli Arab rammed his vehicle into a group of police officers on Wednesday, killing one of them before he was shot dead during clashes in southern Israel, police said, while local residents accused the police of using excessive force, saying the man lost control of his vehicle after he was shot.
Gambia's Jammeh clings on as tourists flee

President Yahya Jammeh said foreign powers created an "unwarranted hostile atmosphere, threatening the sovereignty, peace, security and stability of the country," forcing him to take actionGambian President Yahya Jammeh looked determined to cling to power on Wednesday as his mandate came to an end, while tourists packed onto planes in an exodus sparked by the country's state of emergency. Jammeh said Tuesday the emergency measure was necessary due to interference of foreign powers in the country's December 1 election, which the president of 22 years lost to opponent Adama Barrow. Barrow, who is currently sheltering in neighbouring Senegal, maintains his inauguration will go ahead on Thursday on Gambian soil, putting the country on a collision course.