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Kerry defends diplomacy as Russian-backed forces pound Aleppo
By Patricia Zengerle and Lisa Barrington CARTAGENA, Colombia/BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry defended his efforts to negotiate with Moscow over the war in Syria on Monday, despite the collapse of a ceasefire that has led to a massive Russian-backed assault on the besieged rebel-held sector of Aleppo. Medical supplies were running out in eastern Aleppo, with victims pouring into barely functioning hospitals as Russia and its ally President Bashar al-Assad ignored Western pleas to stop the bombing of the last major urban area in opposition hands. Moscow and Damascus launched their assault last week despite months of negotiations led by Kerry that resulted in a short-lived ceasefire this month.
Gulf may arm rebels now Syria truce is dead: U.S. officials
By Jonathan Landay and Arshad Mohammed WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The collapse of the latest Syria ceasefire has heightened the possibility that Gulf states might arm Syrian rebels with shoulder-fired missiles to defend themselves against Syrian and Russian warplanes, U.S. officials said on Monday. The latest U.S. attempt to end Syria's 5-1/2 year civil war was shattered on Sept. 19 when a humanitarian aid convoy was bombed in an attack Washington blamed on Russian aircraft.
U.S. hotels in Adana, Turkey, could be targets of attacks -U.S. consulate
(Reuters) - The U.S. Consulate in Adana, Turkey, warned Americans on Monday that it had received specific and credible threats of potential terrorist activity targeting U.S.-branded hotels in Adana. "U.S. citizens in Adana are advised to exercise caution when patronizing these establishments," the consulate said in a statement on its website. The warning did not name the hotels.
Islamic State 'dead set' on using chemical arms: Pentagon spokesman
By David Alexander WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are "dead set" on using chemical arms and are likely to try them again as Iraqi forces advance on Mosul, a Pentagon spokesman said on Monday, a week after a rocket with a possible chemical agent landed near U.S. troops. The shell initially tested positive for a mustard agent, but two subsequent tests have been inconclusive and the device is undergoing further tests, Navy Captain Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, told reporters.
Colombia, Marxist rebels sign accord ending 52-year war
By Helen Murphy and Luis Jaime Acosta CARTAGENA, Colombia (Reuters) - Colombia's center-right government and the Marxist FARC rebel group signed a peace deal on Monday to end a half-century war that killed a quarter of a million people and once took the Andean country to the brink of collapse. After four years of peace talks in Cuba, President Juan Manuel Santos, 65, and rebel leader Timochenko - the nom de guerre for 57-year-old Rodrigo Londono - warmly shook hands on Colombian soil for the first time and signed the accord with a pen made from a bullet casing. A crowd of dignitaries chanted: "Long live Colombia, long live peace" as Santos handed Timochenko a white dove pin.
Gordon in tears after emotional leadoff HR (Yahoo Sports)
Wearing Jose Fernandez's number and still grieving the loss of a friend and teammate, Dee Gordon's delivered an excellent tribute.
Palmer's hometown mourns his death (Yahoo Sports)
The town of Latrobe, Pa., bid farewell to its beloved native son and also pondered its own future.
Watch live: White Sox, Rays battle in Windy City (Yahoo Sports)
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Forde's Fab Four: Who belongs in the playoff? (Yahoo Sports)
Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde discusses who he believes should be in the College Football Playoff after week four.
Three games, three major injuries for Chargers (Yahoo Sports)
An MRI Monday confirmed that linebacker Manti Te’o has a torn Achilles, the third season-ending injury for a key San Diego player.
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Asia stocks slip, yen gains on U.S. debate jitters
By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Uncertainty gripped Asian markets on Tuesday as investors braced for a potentially pivotal U.S. presidential debate, shunning stocks while favoring safe-haven bonds and the yen. Early jitters saw Japan's Nikkei sink 1.4 percent to its lowest in seven weeks, while the dollar dropped to a one-month trough around 100.08 yen before steadying. A higher yen is seen as a threat to exporter sales and profits.
Iran downplays chances of oil deal, UAE keen on freeze
By Alex Lawler and Rania El Gamal ALGIERS (Reuters) - Iran downplayed on Monday the chances of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers clinching an output-restraint deal in Algeria this week even though several other members of the group said they still hoped for steps to tackle a price-eroding glut of crude. Oil prices have more than halved from 2014 levels due to oversupply, prompting OPEC producers and rival Russia to seek a market rebalancing that would boost revenues from oil exports and help their crippled budgets. The predominant idea since early 2016 among producers has been to agree to freeze output levels, although market watchers have said such a move would fail to reduce unwanted barrels.
U.S. new home sales fall in August but trend still positive
July's sales pace was revised up 5,000 units to 659,000 units. Analysts said the level of sales generally supported their view of a strong underlying trend in new home sales and of a quickening pace of overall economic growth in the second half of the year. Following the new home sales release, analysts at Macroeconomic Advisers kept their estimate of third-quarter economic growth at 3 percent, a marked pickup from the first half of the year.
Oil prices slip on profit-taking as investors eye U.S. stockpile data
Crude futures slipped in Asian trade on Tuesday as investors took profits after prices climbed more than 3 percent in the previous session. The dollar was also weighing on prices after rising against a basket of currencies, while a Reuters poll showed a build in U.S. crude stockpiles last week. Major oil producers are gathering in Algeria for a three-day meeting that could see moves to cut or freeze oil output in an effort to support oil prices.
Disney, Microsoft among possible Twitter suitors: reports
(Reuters) - Walt Disney Co and Microsoft Corp joined a list of potential suitors for Twitter Inc , according to media reports on Monday. Twitter shares were marginally down at $23.33 in after-market trading. The microblogging service has reportedly started talks with a number of technology companies to sell itself, including Google parent Alphabet Inc and may receive a formal bid soon.
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Colombia, FARC sign historic peace deal
The accord between the country's government and its largest rebel movement ends a half-century of combat.
Watch live: Clinton, Trump’s first debate
Stay tuned afterward as Katie Couric and Matt Bai host a panel of experts breaking down tonight’s biggest moments.
Houston gunman wore Nazi emblems during shooting
A heavily armed, disgruntled lawyer randomly shot at drivers before police shot and killed him, authorities said.
Water plumes detected on Jupiter's moon
Europa's plumes may make it easier to learn whether life exists in the warm, salty ocean beneath its icy surface.
Key witness in bridge trial: Email was no joke
A former Port Authority official testified that the "time for some traffic problems" email began the events in Fort Lee, N.J.