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Syrian army says will 'bring down' any Turkish war planes in its air spaceThe Syrian military said on Thursday that it would bring down any Turkish war planes entering Syrian air space, a response to air strikes carried out by Turkey overnight in northern Syria. "Any attempt to once again breach Syrian airspace by Turkish war planes will be dealt with and they will be brought down by all means available," the Syrian army general command said in a statement. Turkish air strikes hit a group of Kurdish fighters allied to U.S.-backed militia late on Wednesday, which the Syrian statement called an act of "blatant aggression".
Turkey bombs Syrian Kurdish militia allied to U.S.-backed force

A man walks past damaged buildings in the rebel held besieged al-Sukkari neighbourhood of AleppoBy Ece Toksabay and Angus McDowall ISTANBUL/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Turkish air strikes pounded a group of Kurdish fighters allied to a U.S.-backed militia in northern Syria overnight, highlighting the conflicting agendas of NATO members Ankara and Washington in an increasingly complex battlefield. The jets targeted positions of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in three villages, northeast of the city of Aleppo, that the SDF had captured from Islamic State, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said late on Wednesday. The Turkish military confirmed its warplanes had carried out 26 strikes on areas recently taken by the Kurdish YPG militia, the strongest force in the SDF, and that it had killed between 160 and 200 combatants.

Wall Street dips as investors digest earnings

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) shortly after the opening bell in New YorkNEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended a choppy session down slightly on Thursday as investors digested the latest round of earnings, while a sharp drop in telecoms offset gains in healthcare.

Iraqi special forces join battle for Mosul, US soldier dies

Members of Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces pose for a photo as they advance towards the city of Mosul, Iraq, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Iraqi special forces charged into the Mosul battle Thursday with a pre-dawn advance on a nearby town held by the Islamic State group, a key part of a multi-pronged assault on eastern approaches to the besieged city. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)BARTELLA, Iraq (AP) ? In a significant intensification of the battle for Mosul, elite Iraqi special forces joined the fight Thursday, unleashing a pre-dawn assault on an Islamic State-held town east of the besieged city. The U.S. military announced the first American death since the operation began.

Southern California schools cope with heat from gusty winds

Visitors fly a kite at Natural Bridges State Beach Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, in Santa Cruz, Calif. Santa Ana winds gusted out of the mountains of Southern California on Wednesday, driving up temperatures and raising the danger of wildfires in the drought-stricken region. Much of the rest of the state, including the San Francisco Bay Area and the Central Valley, was also expected to have above-normal temperatures, although no red flag warnings were posted in those regions. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)WESTMINSTER, Calif. (AP) ? Southern California was slammed with the second day of a heat wave Thursday that raised the risk of wildfires and left many schoolchildren to sweat it out in aging classrooms.

France warns UK premier of tough time ahead in Brexit talks

France warns UK premier of tough time ahead in Brexit talksBRUSSELS (AP) ? France warned Britain at the start of a European Union summit on Thursday that it would face a tough, unyielding opponent if it sought too many concessions during its negotiations to leave the 28-nation EU.

US stock indexes slightly lower in afternoon trade

FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2014, file photo, the statue of George Washington on the steps of Federal Hall faces the facade of the New York Stock Exchange. Weak results and forecasts from companies send stocks slightly lower in early trading on Wall Street, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)U.S. stock indexes veered slightly lower in late-afternoon trading Thursday, on course to give up some of their gains from a day before. Trading was mostly listless as investors waded through another round of company earnings news. Telecom sector stocks declined the most, while health care and financial companies eked out small gains.

US service member killed by roadside bomb in northern Iraq

An Iraqi military helicopter flies over the frontline near Bartella, Iraq on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Iraqi special forces charged into the Mosul battle Thursday with a pre-dawn advance on the nearby town held by the Islamic State group, a key part of a multi-pronged assault on eastern approaches to the besieged city. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)WASHINGTON (AP) ? A U.S. military member was killed by a roadside bomb Thursday in connection with the Iraqi effort to retake the key city of Mosul, marking the first American combat casualty in the long-planned push against the Islamic State group.

ICRC steps up aid for Iraq amid fears of post-Mosul sectarian strifeBy Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - As Iraqi families begin streaming out of villages in the path of an army offensive to retake Mosul from Islamic State, some fear that the onslaught may stoke future sectarian strife in the volatile region, a senior Red Cross official said on Thursday. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is prepared to provide aid to 800,000 people who could flee the looming battle for Mosul, including against any use of chemical weapons, said Patrick Hamilton, the ICRC's deputy director for the Near and Middle East. Islamic State militants have used banned chemical agents previously against Iraqi Kurdish forces.
Half a year after 8 relatives killed, no answers or arrests

In this Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016 photo, a porch is all that remains of the home on Union Hill Road after investigators removed the trailer where the bodies of Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden and Hannah Gilley were found on April 22, two of eight family members found shot to death that day in a still-unsolved crime, in Piketon, Ohio. (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins)PIKETON, Ohio (AP) ? Six months after someone shot eight members of an extended family to death in their homes, surviving relatives are still waiting ? for an explanation, for an arrest, for a hint of closure.