New Gambia leader: Jammeh leaving for Guinea within hours
Tornado rips through parts of south Mississippi, killing 3Officials in Mississippi say three people were killed early Saturday when a tornado ripped through the Hattiesburg area. Greg Flynn of the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency said rescuers are still ...
New Gambian president: Defeated leader Yahya Jammeh expected to leave for Guinea within hoursDAKAR, Senegal (AP) ? New Gambian president: Defeated leader Yahya Jammeh expected to leave for Guinea within hours.
4 more survivors pulled out of Italy's avalanche-hit hotel
FARINDOLA, Italy (AP) ? Emergency crews pulled out four more survivors from the rubble of a hotel crushed by an avalanche and were searching Saturday for more who may still be alive as family members awaited word if their relatives were among the lucky ones.
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Chinese express doubts about US relations under Trump
BEIJING (AP) ? People in Beijing expressed doubts Saturday about President Donald Trump's ability to steer the U.S. economy and manage China-American relations, underscoring concerns over trade, Taiwan and other issues.
'Europe will wake up in 2017', Le Pen tells Germany right-wing congress
French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen on Saturday told a European gathering of rightwing populists in Germany that a string of high-stakes elections in 2017 would blow a wind of change across the region. Emboldened by the Brexit vote and Donald Trump's US presidential victory, the far-right National Front leader said voters in France, Germany and the Netherlands would be next to reject the status quo. 2017, I am sure, the people of continental Europe will wake up," she told a cheering crowd at a conference hall in the western city of Koblenz, on the river Rhine.
Kremlin hopes for rapport with US, but differences will stay
MOSCOW (AP) ? Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman voiced hope for a constructive dialogue with President Donald Trump's administration in comments broadcast Saturday, but warned that differences will remain.