Colorado suspect said 'no more baby parts': reports

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The suspect in a shooting rampage at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado said "no more baby parts" while he was being arrested, media reported, citing unnamed law enforcement sources.

EU seeks Turkish help to slow migrants for cash, EU membership talks: draft 8:33am EST

BRUSSELS Leaders of the European Union aim to sign an agreement with Turkey in Brussels on Sunday that offers Ankara cash and closer ties with the EU in return for Turkish help in stemming the flow of migrants to Europe, draft conclusions of the summit showed.


World climate rallies put pressure on Paris summit to act

PERTH, Australia/PARIS Tens of thousands of people joined one of the biggest global days of climate change activism on Sunday, from Sydney to Berlin, to put pressure on world leaders to unite in fighting global warming at a summit in Paris. | Video


Thousands gather for funeral of top Kurdish lawyer

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey Thousands gathered for the funeral of Tahir Elci, a Kurdish lawyer and human rights activist gunned down on Saturday in a southern eastern city at the center of months of violence.


Israeli officers shoot dead Palestinian attacker: police

JERUSALEM Israeli border police shot dead a Palestinian who stabbed an officer in Jerusalem on Sunday, a police spokesman said, the latest attack in a two-month wave of violence. | Video


Under tight security, pope urges peace in central Africa

BANGUI Protected by the heaviest security ever seen on his trips, Pope Francis on Sunday preached reconciliation in the divided Central African Republic, a nation racked by bloodshed between Muslims and Christians.


Trump reframes claim that Muslims cheered 9/11

WASHINGTON Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday reframed his claim that he saw Muslims in Jersey City, New Jersey, cheering the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001 by asserting the sentiment was shared worldwide.

China: when an only child dies

Fan Guohui comforts his wife Zheng Qing as they show their son's resting place to reporters on their visit to the graveyard in Zhangjiakou, China, November 22, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Zhangjiakou, CHINA - For many Chinese parents who lost the only child their government once allowed them to have, the recent change in China's "one-child policy" is a bitter pill.  Wider Image 

New GOP primary rules could benefit Donald Trump

Reuters Campaign Correspondent Erin McPike explains how changes in the Republican primary election calendar since 2012 could help the billionaire businessman in his quest for the GOP nomination.

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