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Journalism students aim to dispel myths about veterans

In this March 1, 2015 photo released by Joe Grimm, Michigan State University students Tiara Jones, from left, Madeline Carino and Lia Kamana work on a new book ?100 Questions and Answers About Veterans? in East Lansing, Mich. The new book, researched and written by a Michigan State journalism class with assistance from former servicemen and women, is aimed at clearing up myths and misunderstandings held by some civilians. (AP Photo/Joe Grimm)DETROIT (AP) ? Wishing living U.S. military veterans a "Happy Memorial Day" might be well-intentioned but misses the mark on an occasion meant for remembering those who lost their lives.



Ex-Israeli Premier Olmert sentenced to 8 months in prison

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert attends his trial at the Jerusalem District Court, Monday, May 25, 2015. Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter, capping the dramatic downfall of a man who only years earlier led the country and hoped to bring about a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians. (Heidi Levine/Pool Photo via AP)JERUSALEM (AP) ? Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter, capping the dramatic downfall of a man who only years earlier led the country and hoped to bring about a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians.



Gunman, 7 other soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shootingTUNIS, Tunisia (AP) ? A Tunisian soldier opened fire on fellow troops at a military barracks in the capital Monday, killing seven people before he was himself killed, a spokesman for Tunisia's Defense Ministry said.
The Latest on weather: Houston-area dam evacuations lifted

Leaves and branches are scattered throughout a flooded yard after a roof collapsed during a morning storm Sunday, May 24, 2015 in Houston at the Rockport Apartment Homes on S. Gessner. (Eric Kayne/Houston Chronicle via AP)7:30 a.m. CDT



The movies that will keep buzzing after Cannes

Director Jacques Audiard holds the Palme d?Or award for the film Dheepan as he poses for photographers during a photo call following the awards ceremony at the 68th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Sunday, May 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)CANNES, France (AP) ? The Cannes Film Festival is a grand hierarchy with strictly defined elevations of movies and media access, where films are met by high praise or lowly boos. And so there was a strange fittingness that the scandal of the 68th Cannes Film Festival, where all status is measured, came down to the importance of a few inches.



Correction: Nigeria-Fuel Crisis story

FILE - In this Wednesday Jan. 11, 2012, file photo, people line up to buy fuel at a government petrol station on the third day of nation wide strike following the removal of a fuel subsidy in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian airlines grounded flights Saturday, May 23, 2015, as a months-long fuel shortage worsened, aggravated by a strike disrupting fuel deliveries in Africa's biggest oil producer. Vehicles also were grounded. Normally bustling roads in Lagos, a metropolis of 20 million, were half-empty and gas stations closed Saturday. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, file)LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) ? In a story May 25 about Nigeria's fuel crisis, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the country produces more than 2 billion barrels of oil a day. The correct figure is more than 2 million barrels a day.



Greece says wants to make debt payments but needs aid urgently

A Greek national flag flutters next to a statue of ancient Greek goddess Athena, in AthensBy Renee Maltezou ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece intends to make good on its debt obligations but needs aid urgently to be able to do so, the government said on Monday, after several senior officials insisted Athens had no money to pay a loan installment falling due next week. It must repay four loans totaling 1.6 billion euros to the International Monetary Fund next month, starting with a 300 million euro payment on June 5 that is seen as the next crunch point for state coffers. Athens has the money to make monthly wage and pension payments this week, government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis told a news conference.



Tunisia defense minister says 7 soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting, 10 others injuredTUNIS, Tunisia (AP) ? Tunisia defense minister says 7 soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting, 10 others injured.
Tanzania to pick new president, parliament on Oct. 25: officials

Tanzania's President Kikwete attends the Ordinary session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the AU at the African Union headquarters in Ethiopia's capital Addis AbabaTanzanians will pick a new president and parliament on Oct. 25, officials said on Monday, in a national election likely to be dominated by the ruling party despite rising anger at poverty and corruption. President Jakaya Kikwete is due to step down from the helm of east Africa's second-biggest economy after two terms -- the limit set out in the constitution. Tanzania's main opposition parties have promised to unite behind a single presidential candidate to replace him.



Anti-eviction campaigner promises change in Barcelona

The leader of leftist coalition Barcelona Together, Ada Colau, foreground celebrates the victory of her party after elections in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 24, 2015. New parties won strong support in Spain's local elections Sunday as voters turned their back on the country's traditional political heavyweights, an exit poll indicated. There was also an upset in Barcelona, where a popular anti-eviction campaigner backed by We Can was poised to unseat the region's long dominant and conservative Convergence and Union party. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)BARCELONA, Spain (AP) ? Leading Spanish social activist Ada Colau says the fight against evictions, poverty and corruption will be her priority as new mayor of the country's second city, Barcelona.