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Rubio faces moment of truth on secretary of state vote

FILE - In this Jan. 11, 2017, file photo, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., questions Secretary of State-designate Rex Tillerson during Tillerson's confirmation hearing before the committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. Rubio's moment of truth is at hand as a Senate committee prepares to vote on Tillerson. Rubio tangled with Tillerson over Russia at his nomination hearing, but faces a tough call over whether to defy his new president and onetime GOP primary foe. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? All eyes are on Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida as a Senate committee is poised to vote on President Donald Trump's nominee to be secretary of state.



Trump to announce US withdrawal from TPP: media

Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th US president by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts in front of the Capitol in Washington on January 20, 2017Washington (AFP) - US President Donald Trump will sign a decree Monday that effectively ends US participation in a sweeping trans-Pacific free trade agreement negotiated under former president Barack Obama, CNN reported.



Turkey's Erdogan urges Tanzania to end Gulen ties

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks during a joint news conference after his meeting with Tanzania's President John Pombe Magufuli in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Monday Jan. 23, 2017. The Turkish leader is in his first stop of his three-country visit to boost Turkish-African relations. (AP Photo/Khalfan Said)DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (AP) ? Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday talked about trade and security on the first stop of an African tour, urging Tanzania's leader to shut institutions linked to a Muslim cleric who is accused by Turkey of leading a failed coup.



Gambia poised for arrival of new president Adama Barrow

Soldiers patrol in the Gambian town of Soma on January 23, 2017The Gambia on Monday awaited the arrival of President Adama Barrow as his team said former strongman Yahya Jammeh plundered the nation's coffers before going into exile. Barrow, who was sworn in as the new head of state on January 19 at his country's embassy in neighbouring Senegal, has put off his return over fears for his safety. An aide to Barrow meanwhile accused Jammeh of emptying the state's coffers by plundering millions of dollars in his final days in power.



Sprint is buying a 33 percent stake in TidalSprint is buying a 33 percent stake of the Tidal, the music streaming service owned by artists like Jay-Z, Madonna and Kanye West. Financial terms were not disclosed. Tidal has a more than 42.5 million ...
Lawsuit: Trump businesses violate ConstitutionNEW YORK (AP) ? A legal watchdog group will file a lawsuit Monday alleging that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments.
Glad to see Obama go, Gulf Arabs expect Trump to counter Iran

Former president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle board Special Air Mission 28000, a Boeing 747 which serves as Air Force One, at Joint Base Andrews, MarylandBy William Maclean DUBAI (Reuters) - Gulf Arab states are quietly applauding the arrival in the White House of a hawkish leader opposed to their adversary Iran, even if they suspect Donald Trump's short temper and abrasive Tweets may at times heighten tensions in the combustible Middle East. While many countries around the world listened with concern to his protectionist inaugural address, Gulf Arab officials appear optimistic. In Gulf Arab eyes, that involves above all checking what they see as a surge of Iranian support for paramilitary allies in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Lebanon and for fellow Shi'ite Muslims in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia's oil-producing Eastern Province.



19 die amid apparent winter tornadoes, other storms in South

A tractor trailer truck that was damaged by an apparent tornado lays on its side, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, in Albany, Ga. A vast storm system kicked up apparent tornadoes, shredded mobile homes and left other destruction scattered around the Southeast over the weekend. (AP Photo/Branden Camp)ADEL, Ga. (AP) ? A vast storm system that kicked up apparent tornadoes, shredded mobile homes and left other destruction scattered around the Southeast has claimed at least 19 lives during its two-day assault on the region.



Syria rebels vow to keep fighting if talks fail

A Syrian woman and her children walk past the ruins of buildings in Aleppo on January 21, 2017Syrian rebels vowed Monday to keep fighting if the peace talks fail with the war-torn country's government in Kazakhstan, as the two sides opened indirect negotiations. The talks had been billed as the first time armed rebel groups would negotiate directly with President Bashar al-Assad's regime since the conflict erupted in 2011. "If the negotiations succeed, then we are with the negotiations," rebel spokesman Osama Abu Zeid told AFP.



Trump to talk manufacturing with executives, meet labor leaders

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the Inaugural Law Enforcement Officers and First Responders Reception in the Blue Room of the White House in Washington.U.S. President Donald Trump planned to hold meetings on Monday with business and labor leaders at the start of his first full week in office, seeking to work quickly on his campaign promise to boost the American manufacturing sector and deliver more jobs. The Republican, who took office on Friday after eight years of a Democratic White House, was scheduled to meet with business leaders at 9 a.m. EST (1400 GMT) and then hold an afternoon meeting with labor leaders and U.S. workers, according to his schedule. The White House, which announced the meetings in a schedule released late on Sunday, did not name company executives or union leaders who would take part.