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Canadian official leaves trade talks with EU
BRUSSELS (AP) ? Canada's international trade minister says the European Union is not ready to sign a free trade deal with Canada at the moment, and that she was leaving the negotiations to return home.
Nigeria's new Oba of Benin: the coronation of a lifetime
The rainy season is supposed to be over in Nigeria, but on Thursday just before midnight, torrential rain and crackling lightning let loose over Benin City. For those in the crowd, the message was clear: with the rain the gods had blessed the new monarch of the kingdom of Benin in the country's south. The divine coronation was the climax of a day of royal pageantry, when some 100,000 people flooded the streets to catch a glimpse of the new "Oba" -- king in the Yoruba language -- Ewuare II.
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Yoga pants parade to protest man's comments on women's wearBARRINGTON, R.I. (AP) ? Women clad in yoga pants plan to parade through a coastal Rhode Island town in protest of a man who said the attire looks tacky and ridiculous.
May tries to reassure EU as UK seeks trade pacts alone
BRUSSELS (AP) ? Prime Minister Theresa May signaled Friday that Britain is paving the way for trade talks with other countries well before it leaves the European Union but sought to reassure partners that this would not undermine the bloc's trade aims.
Unemployment rates rose in 3 of 8 US swing states last month
Unemployment rates rose in three of eight U. S. swing states last month, fell in two and were unchanged in the remaining three. The Labor Department says employers cut jobs in four states and added them ...
Sheen's 'Wild Thing' will not make pitch in World Series
Peanut butter vandal mistakes gathering for Trump rallyAMHERST, Wis. (AP) ? Disorderly conduct charges are pending against a woman who authorities say smeared peanut butter on 30 vehicles outside a gathering in central Wisconsin that she mistakenly thought was a Donald Trump rally.
Trump and Clinton carry campaign barbs into New York charity dinner
By Amanda Becker and Emily Stephenson NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton took their acrimonious presidential contest to a charity dinner, where Trump drew boos from the well-heeled audience when his jokes veered well into the jagged terrain of his campaign speeches. The candidates shared the stage Thursday night at an annual white-tie dinner in New York City that raises money for needy children and typically offers White House hopefuls a respite from election tensions. Trump, lagging Clinton in national opinion polls, had slugged it out with his rival on Wednesday night at their third and final presidential debate before the Nov. 8 election.