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Mobster acquitted in murder of NYPD detective dies at 84

A mobster who was accused of killing an NYPD detective in 1986 but set free after four trials died at age 84 Friday in New York after an illness.

World

Swiss resort cut off after new snow increases avalanche risk

Swiss authorities say a village near the famed Matterhorn peak is again cut off to road and rail traffic after new snowfall renewed the danger of avalanches.

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Macron shares African outrage on Trump's vulgar language

French President Emmanuel Macron says he shared the outrage of many African countries in response to President Donald Trump's disparaging comments about the continent.

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UN appeals for $3B in aid to war-battered Yemen

The United Nations and its partners have appealed for nearly $3 billion in aid to Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition is at war with Iran-allied rebels known as Houthis.

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Spain: 2 migrants dead after boat sinks in Mediterranean

Spain's maritime rescue service says two migrants have died after their boat sank while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to European shores.

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Report: Avalanche kills 2 soldiers, injures 7 in Turkey

A Turkish media report says Turkish troops conducting military operations in Turkey's southeast have been hit by an avalanche.

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Congo police fire tear gas to disperse demonstrators

Police in Congo have fired tear gas at demonstrators who marched after church services Sunday around the country to call for President Joseph Kabila to step down from power.

United States

Khe Sanh veterans recall Vietnam battle's start 50 years ago Sunday

Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of the start of one of the most significant battles of the Vietnam War – the Battle of Khe Sanh.

World

Death toll in Prague hotel fire increases to 3

Officials say the death toll in a hotel fire in downtown Prague has increased to three after one of those injured died in a hospital.

World

Iraqi court sentences German woman to death for joining IS

An Iraqi court has sentenced a German woman of Moroccan origin to death for joining the Islamic State group.

Sport

Tom Brady's playing status unclear ahead of Sunday's AFC title game

Will quarterback Tom Brady be ready to play Sunday, when the New England Patriots host the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship Game?

United States

California mudslides death toll rises after woman's body is found

The body of a Montecito woman was found Saturday, authorities said, raising the death toll of the Southern California mudslides to 21.

United States

Second day of global female empowerment marches scheduled

Demonstrations in support of female empowerment are scheduled in cities across the country a day after hundreds of thousands of people across the globe marched, chanted and protested.

World

Lebanese women look for greater role in parliament elections

Lebanon is campaigning to get at least five times more women elected to parliament this spring in its first vote in nearly 10 years, the country's first women's affairs minister says.

Sport

RECAP: Clippers 'just didn't have it' in loss to Jazz

Donovan Mitchell scored 23 points and helped Utah close out a 125-113 win over the Los Angeles Clippers with their second-highest point total this season.

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Florida rallies down the stretch, upsets Kentucky on the road

Jalen Hudson came off the bench to score 17 points as Florida rallied to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64 on Saturday night.

Sport

Lightning upended by Wild to begin long road trip as losing streak grows to 3

Zach Parise scored his first goal of the season and the Minnesota Wild beat the suddenly sputtering Tampa Bay Lightning 5-2 on Saturday night.

World

Kabul hotel attack leaves at least 5 civilians dead

At least five civilians have been killed and six other people have been wounded as an attack on a hotel in Afghanistan’s capital entered its 11th hour Sunday morning.

World

Pope wrapping up contentious, restive trip to Latin America

Pope Francis is wrapping up the most contested, violent trip of his papacy Sunday with a series of meetings with Peruvian church leaders and a final Mass at an air base in Peru's capital.

World

5 killed as gunmen battle security forces at Kabul hotel

An Afghan official says at least five civilians have been killed after gunmen stormed the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul and have been fighting security forces for 11 hours into Sunday morning.

World

Wozniacki into Aussie Open quarterfinals vs Suarez Navarro

Caroline Wozniacki is continuing to cash in on her second chance at the Australian Open, reaching the quarterfinals here for the first time since 2012 with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Magdelana Rybaricova on Sunday.

Sport

Panthers lose tough road matchup to Predators

The Florida Panthers lose a tough game on the road to the reigning Western Conference champion Nashville Predators by a score of 4-3.

Sport

No. 14 Arizona rallies then holds of for narrow win at Stanford

The Wildcats have won 13 of 14, but this one was closer than the 12 other victories.

Sport

Idaho hands Lumberjacks 7th straight loss

Torry Johnson scored 25 points for NAU.

Sport

Twi-lights: Bucks vs. 76ers

Check out highlights from the Milwaukee Bucks' 116-94 loss to Philadelphia

United States

Government shutdown to prevent U.S. troops overseas from watching NFL playoff games

U.S. troops stationed overseas slammed the government shutdown on Saturday after finding out that it might cause them to miss Sunday’s NFL conference championship games.

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