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Pacmania sweeps Philippines ahead of Mayweather clash

Customers check out boxing gloves signed by Manny Pacquiao, on sale at a store in ManilaManny Pacquiao's face is on shirts, dolls and postage stamps, his life story is playing in movie houses and millions are getting ready to party as the Philippine boxing hero's "fight of the century" nears. Pacmania is sweeping the Southeast Asian nation of 100 million people ahead of the May 2 Las Vegas bout against unbeaten Floyd Mayweather to decide who is the best boxer of their generation. Of course, it's the fight of the century," Manila film producer Lucky Blanco told AFP.



Skipper of sunken migrant boat held after 800 died in tragedy

Rescued migrants arrive in Catania, Italy, on April 20, 2015Italian police on Tuesday arrested the captain and first mate of a boat involved in the Mediterranean's deadliest disaster in decades on suspicion of murder, causing a shipwreck and involvement in illegal immigration. The two seamen, who have not been formally charged, were being held as part of a probe into a catastrophe that has evoked chilling comparisons with the slave trade and allegations of callous disregard on the part of European governments. As the UN's refugee body said at least 800 people had died following Sunday's capsizing of an impossibly overcrowded fishing boat off Libya, authorities in Sicily said they had detained the boat's Tunisian skipper and his Syrian number two. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Monday described the traffickers who packed their human cargo into the boat as akin to 18th-century slave traders.



Son says Egypt's Mursi plans comeback despite jail sentenceBy Sylvia Westall CAIRO (Reuters) - Mohamed Mursi's reversal of fortune from Egypt's first freely-elected president to a prisoner sentenced to 20 years in jail on Tuesday will not break his will to return to power, his son said. Those aspirations may seem unrealistic two years after the army toppled Mursi and crushed his Muslim Brotherhood. Speaking to Reuters ahead of the verdict, read out as Mursi stood in a courtroom cage, Osama Mursi also chose what seems like the only option available to the Brotherhood these days -- putting on a brave face. Osama still calls his father president Mursi, even though the Egyptian state now has a tighter grip than ever on the Brotherhood in a decades-long struggle.
Replacing carpet at Jerusalem shrine reveals religious rift

In this Sunday, April 19, 2015 photo, workers place new carpets at the Dome of the Rock shrine in Jerusalem. The Dome of the Rock enshrines the large rock slab where Muslim tradition says Mohammed ascended to heaven. Jews believe the rock may be where the holiest part of the two ancient temples stood about 2,000 years ago. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)JERUSALEM (AP) ? It began as a routine remodeling project: Muslim authorities replacing an old carpet worn thin by masses of worshippers at the Dome of the Rock, the iconic, gold-topped shrine that overlooks the Old City of Jerusalem.



Prosecutors build case against traffickers as EU mulls plan

Survivors of the boat that overturned off the coasts of Libya Saturday, wait to disembark from Italian Coast Guard ship Bruno Gregoretti, at Catania Harbor, Italy, Monday, April 20, 2015. A smuggler's boat crammed with hundreds of people overturned off Libya's coast as rescuers approached, causing what could be the Mediterranean's deadliest known migrant tragedy and intensifying pressure on the European Union Sunday to finally meet demands for decisive action. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)CATANIA, Sicily (AP) ? Prosecutors began building the case against the traffickers responsible for what might be the Mediterranean's worst migrant disaster as European Union leaders mulled a new plan to stem the tide and undermine smugglers' finances and most precious assets: the boats.



After tasting power, former Egyptian president Mursi sent to prison

Former Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi sits behind bars with other Muslim Brotherhood members at a court in the outskirts of CairoMuslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Mursi was sentenced to 20 years in prison without parole on Tuesday, nearly three years after he was declared Egypt's first freely elected president. Mursi stood in a cage in court as judge Ahmed Sabry Youssef read out the ruling against him and 12 other Brotherhood members, including senior figures Mohamed el-Beltagy and Essam el-Erian. The men were convicted on charges of violence, kidnapping and torture stemming from the killing of protesters during demonstrations in 2012. The ruling is the first against Mursi, who says he is determined to reverse what he calls a military coup in 2013 staged by then army chief, now president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.



Court sentences ousted Egypt president to 20 years in prison

Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi sits in a soundproof glass cage inside a makeshift courtroom at Egypt?s national police academy in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, April 21, 2015. An Egyptian criminal court on Tuesday, sentenced Morsi to 20 years in prison over the killing of protesters in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country?s first freely elected leader. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)CAIRO (AP) ? An Egyptian criminal court on Tuesday sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison over the killing of protesters in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country's first freely elected leader.



Japan's maglev train breaks world speed record

Central Japan Railway's maglev train returns to the station after setting a new world speed record in a test run near Mount Fuji, clocking more than 600 kilometres (373 miles) an hour on April 21, 2015Japan's state-of-the-art maglev train clocked a new world speed record Tuesday in a test run near Mount Fuji, smashing through the 600 kilometre (373 miles) per hour mark, as Tokyo races to sell the technology abroad. The seven-car maglev train -- short for "magnetic levitation" -- hit a top speed of 603 kilometres per hour, and managed nearly 11 seconds at over 600kph, operator Central Japan Railway said. The new record came less than a week after the company recorded a top speed of 590 kph, breaking its own 2003 record of 581 kph.



Ex-Nazi 'bookkeeper of Auschwitz' goes on trial in Germany

Former Nazi death camp officer Oskar Groening insists he is personally not guilty of any murders, describing his role at Auschwitz as "a small cog" in the killing machineA former Nazi death camp officer dubbed the "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" went on trial in Germany Tuesday, with almost 70 Holocaust survivors and victims' relatives at the court. Oskar Groening, 93, is being tried on 300,000 counts of "accessory to murder" for deported Hungarian Jews who were sent to the gas chambers, and faces up to 15 years jail. Given the advanced age of most German war crimes suspects, Groening is expected to be among the last to face justice, 70 years after the liberation of the concentration camps at the end of World War II. Media interest in the trial of the frail widower, who entered court using a Zimmer frame, is intense, with several Auschwitz survivors set to appear as witnesses or co-plaintiffs.



U.S. couple found guilty of 'sadistic' Bali suitcase murder

American Tommy Schaefer cries inside a Denpasar court on the Indonesian resort island of BaliBy Trisha Sertori DENPASAR (Reuters) - An Indonesian court found a young U.S. couple guilty on Tuesday of murdering the woman's mother and stuffing her battered body into a suitcase on the resort island of Bali. Heather Mack and Tommy Schaefer, both from the Chicago area, were arrested last August after staff at a luxury hotel discovered the body of Mack's mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, in an abandoned suitcase in a taxi. The pair were tried separately in Denpasar District Court and it was not immediately clear if they would appeal.