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Pakistan sets date for execution of mentally ill prisonerISLAMABAD (AP) ? A defense lawyer says Pakistani authorities have set a date for the execution of a death row prisoner diagnosed with schizophrenia after the country's highest court rejected his final appeal.
The Latest: Trump off campaign trail for hotel opening

In this photo taken Oct. 25, 2016, the front desk at the Trump International Hotel in Washington. The hotel is located in a historic building called the Old Post Office that was once part of the postal system. The Trump hotel organization made a deal with federal agencies to renovate the building and operate it as a hotel. While many elements have been preserved, there's also been some criticism that the renovation covers up some of the original decor, such as carpeting over marble flooring and drapes over walls, while adding too much glitz, like gold leaf. The presidential candidate Donald Trump was scheduled to appear at the hotel Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, for a ribbon-cutting. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):

Hairstylist uses pepper spray on unhappy client, police sayBLOOMFIELD, N.J. (AP) ? Authorities say a New Jersey hairstylist used pepper spray on a client who was unhappy with her haircut.
Dozens of civilians abducted and killed in AfghanistanGunmen rounded up and shot dozens of civilians in a remote part of Afghanistan on Tuesday, UN officials said, in an attack that prompted angry protests from residents about government failure to protect them. The provincial governor's spokesman blamed fighters from Islamic State for the killings in the central-western province of Ghor, but there was no independent confirmation. Government security forces have long struggled to exert control in Ghor, a poor and mountainous province with sharp ethnic and tribal divisions and illegal armed groups that operate with impunity.
Clinton ally on emails: 'They wanted to get away with it'

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton continues to be dogged by her decision to use a private email server while serving as secretary of stateThe email from Neera Tanden, who currently helps run Clinton's transition team, is dated March 2, 2015, the day The New York Times revealed that Clinton had used a homebrew email server while serving as secretary of state rather than her secured government account. While the FBI concluded earlier this year that federal charges against Clinton were not justified in the case, the issue has dogged her campaign to become America's first woman president. Tanden, the president of the liberal think tank Center for American Progress, was trading messages with John Podesta, who was at the time preparing to chair Clinton's campaign.

5 actresses to star in benefit 'Love, Loss and What I Wore'

FILe - In this Oct. 24, 2016 file photo, Tracee Ellis Ross arrives at the 23rd annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards in Los Angeles. Ross will appear with Rosie O?Donnell, Carol Kane, Lucy DeVito and Natasha Lyonne in a one-night only benefit performance of ?Love, Loss, and What I Wore? to help the 92nd Street Y on Feb. 5. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) ? A one-night-only benefit performance of the play "Love, Loss, and What I Wore" seems to really suit Rosie O'Donnell, Carol Kane, Tracee Ellis Ross, Lucy DeVito and Natasha Lyonne.

If there's a 'Splash' remake, Tom Hanks wants in on it

Tom Hanks arrives at a special screening of "Inferno" at the Directors Guild of America Theatre on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Tom Hanks wants in on Channing Tatum's gender-swapped remake of his 1984 mermaid romantic comedy "Splash."

US, Israel condemn new UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem

Palestinian ambassador to UNESCO Elias Sanbar, left and Jordanian ambassador to UNESCO Makram Mustafa Queisi, address the media after a resolution was passed by secret ballot at its headquarters in Paris, France, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. UNESCO's World Heritage Committee on Wednesday passed a conservation resolution on the status of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls that the United States condemned and that is likely to rile Israel _ especially after the body adopted a similar resolution last week. (AP Photo/Kamil Zihnioglu)PARIS (AP) ? UNESCO's World Heritage Committee on Wednesday approved a new resolution on the status of conservation of the Old City of Jerusalem, infuriating Israel which says the document's wording denies Judaism's deep ties to the holy site Temple Mount. The move also drew an angry condemnation from the United States, which called it "inflammatory."

AP News Guide: New phase for Dakota Access pipeline protest

People protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline gather along North Dakota Highway 1806 in Morton County at the site of a new camp that was being put together on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016, in Cannonball, N.D. On Sunday a road block made from rocks, wood and hay bales was put in place but later taken down. The protesters erected tents and teepees on the property along the pipeline route over the weekend. (Tom Stromme/The Bismarck Tribune via AP)BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) ? Activists who have been protesting the nearly 1,200-mile Dakota Access oil pipeline for months ratcheted up the pressure this week by moving onto private land owned by the pipeline developer. Here's a guide to the latest developments and key background about the protest:

Group: Senate flier exploits Hassan's 'Muslim-sounding name'

Candidates for U.S. Senate, Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan, left and incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte attend a forum with business leaders Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)CONCORD, N.H. (AP) ? A Muslim civil rights group says a campaign flier targeting U.S. Senate candidate Maggie Hassan (HAS'-uhn) in New Hampshire associates Muslims with violence and exploits her "Arab and Muslim-sounding name," though similar mailers are targeting candidates in other states.