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  • Kerry aims to extend truce to Syria's Aleppo as ceasefire unravels

  • A man reacts as he stands on blood stains at a site hit by airstrikes in the rebel held area of Aleppo's al-Fardous districtBy Suleiman Al-Khalidi and Lesley Wroughton AMMAN/GENEVA (Reuters) - Washington and Moscow said on Monday they were working hard to extend a truce in Syria to Aleppo, the divided northern city where a sharp escalation of violence in recent weeks has left a ceasefire in tatters and torpedoed peace talks. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was in Geneva for meetings with other dignitaries to try to revive the two-month-old U.S. and Russia-sponsored cessation of hostilities, which quieted guns for the first time during the five-year Syrian war but which has unraveled in recent days. Syria announced temporary local truces in two areas last week.


  • NATO weighs four battalions in Eastern states to deter Russia: U.S.

  • U.S. Defense Secretary Carter testifies on operations against the Islamic State on Capitol Hill in WashingtonThe NATO alliance is weighing rotating four battalions of troops through Eastern member states, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Monday, in the latest proposal by allies to guard against aggressive behavior by Russia. The Baltic states - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - which joined NATO in 2004, have requested greater presence of the alliance, fearing a threat from Russia after it annexed the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. Carter acknowledged NATO deliberations included the deployment of the four battalions to the Baltic states and Poland.


  • Emotional return as first U.S. cruise in decades reaches Cuba

  • U.S. Carnival cruise ship Adonia arrives at the Havana bay, the first cruise liner to sail between the United States and Cuba since Cuba's 1959 revolution, CubaBy Marc Frank HAVANA (Reuters) - Hundreds of tourists and a handful of emotional Cuban-Americans arrived on the first U.S. cruise ship to sail to Havana in decades on Monday, spilling onto the cobbled streets of the old city where they were warmly greeted by residents. It was another first for the two countries since U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced a historic rapprochement in December 2014, and comes weeks after Obama's visit to the Caribbean island.     Carnival Corp's Adonia, a small ship carrying 700 passengers, slipped through the channel into Havana Bay in the morning under picture-perfect skies, then docked alongside the colonial quarter recently visited by Obama. "I?m nervous and excited at the same time, I left Cuba 48 years ago, when I was six years old.


  • U.S. says Iraq's PM in 'strong position' amid political unrest

  • Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi attends parliament in Baghdad, IraqBy Phil Stewart STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is in a strong position despite political unrest in Iraq, thanks in part to battlefield successes and his commitment to a multi-sectarian state, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Monday. Obviously we support him strongly because of what he stands for," Carter told reporters traveling with him shortly before landing in Germany. Carter's full-throated backing of Abadi, one of his most forceful to date, follows months of intense Iraqi political wrangling that has put the country on edge.


  • Venezuela opposition submits 1.85 million signatures in recall effort

  • Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro gestures as he talks to supporters during a rally to commemorate May Day, in CaracasVenezuela's opposition said it delivered 1.85 million signatures to the country's elections authority on Monday as part of the process of seeking a recall referendum against President Nicolas Maduro. Food and medicine shortages, triple-digit inflation, rampant violent crime and increasingly frequent water and power cuts have stoked anger against Maduro. The Democratic Unity coalition (MUD) gathered far more than the required 1 percent of voters' signatures, or nearly 200,000, needed to trigger the next phase of a recall referendum.


  • Israel to reopen second crossing for trucks into Gaza

  • A sign is seen at the Erez border crossing between Israel and northern Gaza StripBy Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel plans to reopen a second border point for commercial traffic into the Gaza Strip, an official said on Monday, a step in gradually easing the blockade imposed on the Palestinian enclave since 2007. The decision to allow trucks through the Erez terminal, on Gaza's northeastern tip, was taken in recognition that a truce that ended the 2014 war against Hamas is holding, the official said. Israel says its blockade prevents the movement of militants and stops construction materials that could be used by Hamas to make bunkers and tunnels.


  • Joy as Hazard brings Leicester historic title

  • Leicester City's defender Wes Morgan (R) celebrates scoring a goal with Jeff Schlupp (L) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Leicester City at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, on May 1, 2016Leicester City completed their fairytale Premier League title quest on Monday after Tottenham Hotspur could only manage a 2-2 draw in a pulsating game with outgoing champions Chelsea. With Leicester's players gathered at the home of striker Jamie Vardy to watch the match on television, Spurs went 2-0 up, only for goals from Gary Cahill and substitute Eden Hazard to bring Chelsea level and complete one of the most astonishing stories in professional sport.


  • UN humanitarian summit expects 80 governments and 45 leaders

  • UNITED NATIONS (AP) ? The U.N. humanitarian chief said Monday that 80 governments and 45 world leaders will be coming to the first U.N. humanitarian summit in Istanbul later this month to tackle the growing gap between the 125 million people in dire need of assistance and the money available to help them.

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  • Ex-girlfriend can get video deposition of Sumner Redstone in upcoming trial: judge

  • LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Media mogul Sumner Redstone can be deposed at his home in a short videotaped session ahead of a trial to resolve his ex-girlfriend's lawsuit over his mental competence, a California judge ruled on Monday.
  • Clinton courts Appalachian voters to counter Trump on trade

  • WASHINGTON/CARMEL, Ind. (Reuters) - U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met with coal and steel workers in the Appalachian region on Monday in an effort to win over blue-collar voters in a part of the country with strong support for Republican Donald Trump.
  • Ackman defends Valeant, hints at more changes

  • BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investor William Ackman on Monday mounted a vigorous defense of Valeant Pharmaceuticals , ruling out any sale of the drug company's "crown jewel" assets but saying price cuts and even a new name may be in its future.
  • U.S. Supreme Court rejects challenge to Seattle minimum wage law

  • (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge by business groups to Seattle's law raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour, a move echoed by other locales, in a case focusing on how the ordinance affected local franchises like McDonald's.
  • NATO weighs four battalions in Eastern states to deter Russia: U.S.

  • STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - The NATO alliance is weighing rotating four battalions of troops through Eastern member states, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Monday, in the latest proposal by allies to guard against aggressive behavior by Russia.

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