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The Latest: France calls for end to raids by Syria, Russia

In this photo taken Aug. 20, 2016 and provided by the local council of Aleppo city, Syrians workers fix electricity cables after airstrikes, in Aleppo, Syria. The opposition-held districts of the Syrian city have been surrounded and under siege for months. Russian and Syrian warplanes are bombing the streets into rubble and government forces are chipping away at the pocket of opposition control. (Local Council of Aleppo City via AP)BEIRUT (AP) ? The Latest on developments in Syria where government forces have renewed their attacks on eastern rebel-held districts of the city of Aleppo (all times local):

South Africa maize farmers seen planting larger area this season

A farmer inspects his maize field in Hoopstad, a maize-producing district in the Free State province, South AfricaBy 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

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel holds a press conference on the second day of the EU summit in Brussels, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. The European Union was scrambling Friday to salvage a massive free trade deal with Canada that was being held up by a small region in Belgium. (AP Photo/Olivier Matthys)BRUSSELS (AP) ? The Belgian government says that at this stage it cannot give the necessary backing to the European Union's free trade deal with Canada, endangering the trans-Atlantic pact.

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

The Latest: Baghdad bombings kill at least 11BAGHDAD (AP) ? The Latest on developments in Iraq as the battle for Mosul enters its second week (all times local):

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

Visitors walk past images of China's past and present leaders, from left, Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping on display at an exhibition on the Long March at the military museum in Beijing, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. Having punished more than a million Communist Party members for corruption, current President Xi will use a key meeting that started Monday to drive home the message that his signature anti-graft campaign is far from over and that his authority remains undiminished. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)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.

Gunfire, protests erupt in Central African Republic capital

A general view shows a part of the capital Bangui, Central African RepublicU.N. peacekeepers and armed men exchanged fire on Monday in Central African Republic's capital Bangui, the United Nations said, while hundreds of protesters gathered to call for the mission's departure. Central African Republic has been in chaos since early 2013 when fighting between mostly Muslim Seleka rebels and anti-Balaka Christian militias prompted the establishment of the MINUSCA mission a year later. Civil society groups called for a general strike on Monday to pressure the mission to leave.

NTSB to investigate bus crash that left 13 dead, 31 injured

Workers remove debris from a semi-truck that crashed with a tour bus on Interstate 10, west of the Indian Canyon Drive off-ramp, in Desert Hot Springs, near Palm Springs, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. A tour bus and the semi-truck crashed on the highway in Southern California early Sunday, killing at least a dozen of people and injuring at least 30 others, some critically, the California Highway Patrol said. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Pena)PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) ? A maintenance crew had slowed down traffic on a California highway through the night, and the work had gone on for hours without problems. Then a tour bus returning to Los Angeles from a casino trip slammed into the back of a semi-truck. Passengers who were asleep on the bus woke up to loud screams and the sound of crushing metal.

Islamic State steps up counter-attacks as Mosul offensive enters second week

A convoy of armoured vehicles belonging to international coalition troops drive during the operation against Islamic State militants outside the town of Naweran near MosulBy Maher Chmaytelli and Stephen Kalin BAGHDAD/BARTELLA, Iraq (Reuters) - Islamic State expanded its attacks on Monday against Iraqi army and Kurdish forces to relieve pressure on its militants confronting an offensive on Mosul, its last major urban stronghold in the country. About 80 Islamic State-held villages and towns have been retaken in the first week of the offensive, bringing the Iraqi and Kurdish forces closer to the edge of the city itself - where the battle will be hardest fought. The Mosul campaign, which aims to crush the Iraqi half of Islamic State's declared caliphate in Iraq and Syria, may be the biggest battle yet in the 13 years of turmoil triggered by the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, and could require a massive humanitarian relief operation.