Israel defense chief gives interview to Palestinian dailyRAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) ? Israel's defense chief threatened Gaza's militant Hamas rulers and dismissed the Palestinian president as an incapable leader in a rare interview published Monday in the main Palestinian newspaper.
Negan's victim revealed in 'Walking Dead' premiere'The Walking Dead' has returned with a bloody bang as the victim of bat-wielding bad guy Negan was revealed in the seventh season's premiere.
Time Warner CEO says only AT&T approached with offer
AT&T said on Saturday it had agreed to buy Time Warner for $85.4 billion, or $107.50 per share, to gain control of cable TV channels HBO and CNN, film studio Warner Bros, and other coveted media assets. "Given the steep multiples being offered by AT&T, we doubt a competing offer for the whole of Time Warner can emerge," said Credit Suisse analyst Omar Sheikh.
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South Africa maize farmers seen planting larger area this season
By Tanisha Heiberg JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African farmers intend to plant 25 percent more hectares of maize this season in the hope that decent rainfall will ease the hardship caused by last year's scorching drought, a Reuters' poll showed on Monday. South Africa's Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) is expected to say farmers plan to sow 2.44 hectares with maize, up from the 1.947 million hectares planted last year, according to an average estimate of five trading houses surveyed by Reuters. The range was 2.14 million to 2.7 million hectares.
Belgium cannot yet back EU-Canada trade deal
Indian business giant Tata Sons removes chairman MistryNEW DELHI (AP) ? The board of directors of Tata Sons has removed Cyrus P. Mistry as chairman of the giant Indian conglomerate.
The Latest: Baghdad bombings kill at least 11
Actress Woodley faces January trial in pipeline protestMANDAN, N.D. (AP) ? Actress Shailene Woodley is to stand trial in North Dakota early next year on charges related to her protest against the Dakota Access pipeline.
China's Xi seeks to enforce will at Communist Party meeting
BEIJING (AP) ? Having punished more than a million Communist Party members for corruption, Chinese President Xi Jinping will use a key meeting that started Monday to drive home the message that his signature anti-graft campaign is far from done and his authority remains undiminished.