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Man rescued after week at sea arrives in Boston

Nathan Carman arrives in a small boat at the US Coast Guard station in Boston, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. Carman spent a week at sea in a life raft before being rescued by a passing freighter. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON (AP) ? A Vermont man who spent a week at sea in a life raft before being rescued this week by a passing freighter arrived in Boston on Tuesday, where he was to be reunited with his family and questioned by Coast Guard officials.



The Latest: FBI will look for past mistakes in terror probes

Homeland Secretary Jeh Johnson, left, shakes hands with FBI Director James Comey, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, prior to testifying before the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on on terror threats. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on senior U.S. officials' testimony to Congress on terror threats (all times local):



Malian jihadist jailed for Timbuktu attacks

Alleged Al-Qaeda-linked Islamist leader Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi pleaded guilty to a single charge of cultural destruction at the International Criminal Court in The HagueWar crimes judges jailed a Malian jihadist Tuesday for nine years for demolishing Timbuktu's fabled shrines, a landmark ruling seen as a warning that destroying mankind's heritage will not go unpunished. In the first such case to focus on cultural destruction as a war crime, the International Criminal Court found Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi guilty of directing attacks on the UNESCO world heritage site during the jihadist takeover of northern Mali in 2012. ICC chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, whose office had asked for between nine and 11 years, said the sentence will signal to perpetrators that destroying cultural heritage is "a serious crime".



The Latest: Clinton says she feels good after debate

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks with members of the media on board her campaign plane at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):



Americas region is world's first to be free of measles

"The Americas region has shown that with strong national immunization programs... dedicated financing and strong political commitment and partner support, measles can be stopped," said World Health Organization director Margaret ChanMeasles has been eradicated from the Americas due to decades of vaccination efforts, making it the first region of the world to rid itself of the disease, global health authorities said Tuesday. "Endemic transmission of measles has been eliminated from the region," said World Health Organization director Margaret Chan. Measles is now the fifth vaccine-preventable disease to be eliminated in the Americas, after smallpox, polio, rubella and congenital rubella syndrome, according to a statement from the Pan American Health Organization.



Islamist rebel gets 9 years imprisonment for Timbuktu destruction

A UN peacekeeper stands guard at the Djinguereber mosque during a visit by a UN delegation on election day in TimbuktuBy Stephanie van den Berg THE HAGUE (Reuters) - War crimes judges on Tuesday sentenced a former Islamist rebel who admitted wrecking holy shrines during Mali's 2012 conflict to nine years in prison, in the first such case to focus on destruction of cultural heritage. Human rights groups and international legal experts hope Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi's case in the International Criminal Court may serve as a deterrent to a kind of devastation that continues to be a feature of global conflicts yet has gone largely unpunished. Al-Mahdi expressed remorse for his involvement in the destruction of 10 mausoleums and religious sites in Timbuktu dating from Mali's 14th-century golden age as a trading hub and center of Sufi Islam, a branch of the religion seen as idolatrous by some hardline Muslim groups.



Exotic dancers: Breast and buttocks law denies their freedomNEW ORLEANS (AP) ? Jane Does I, II and III say the state of Louisiana is robbing them of their ability to express themselves, and doing so in a way that discriminates against their gender.
Germany orders end to Facebook/WhatsApp data sharing projectGerman data protection authorities on Tuesday ordered Facebook to delete data, such as phone numbers, it has received from its subsidiary WhatsApp. Facebook acquired the global messaging service two years ...
US consumer confidence hits post-recession high

"Overall, consumers continue to rate current conditions favorably and foresee moderate economic expansion in the months ahead"US consumer confidence rose in September to its highest level since the Great Recession, according to Conference Board figures released Tuesday. The Board's consumer confidence index rose to 104.1, up from 101.8 in August. "Consumers are more upbeat about the short-term employment outlook but somewhat neutral about business conditions and income prospects," Lynn Franco, the Board's head of economic indicators, said in a statement.



FBI chief: Extreme concern about fanatics from Syria, Iraq

FBI Director James Comey, center, flanked by Homeland Secretary Jeh Johnson, left, and Director of National Counterterrorism Center, Office of the National Intelligence, Nicholas J. Rasmussen, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on on terror threats. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)WASHINGTON (AP) ? Law enforcement and intelligence agencies remain extremely concerned that violent militants will eventually flow out of Syria and Iraq and into other countries in hopes of committing attacks, FBI Director James Comey told Congress on Tuesday.