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Trump son-in-law met with U.S. sanctioned Russian bank; will testify

WASHINGTON A Russian bank under U.S. economic sanctions over Russia's incursion into Ukraine disclosed on Monday that its executives had met Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a top White House adviser, during the 2016 election campaign. | Video

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Turks in Germany start voting in referendum to boost Erdogan powers

BERLIN Turks living in Germany began casting their ballots on Monday in a referendum that proposes changing Turkey's constitution to increase President Tayyip Erdogan's powers.

World, Germany, Turkey 2:51pm EDT

Facebook's Messenger app adds live location-sharing

MENLO PARK, Calif. Facebook Inc added a feature to its Messenger app on Monday to allow users to share their locations continuously for up to an hour, ramping up competition with tools offered by Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google Maps.

Tech, Facebook 1:07pm EDT

U.S. tourist killed in London would not have borne ill feelings toward attacker: family

LONDON The family of U.S. tourist Kurt Cochran who was killed in last week's assault on the British parliament said on Monday he would not have borne any ill feelings toward the attacker.

U.S., World 3:32pm EDT

Brazil suspends three more meat plants in bribery scandal

SAO PAULO Brazil's Agriculture Ministry said on Monday it ordered three more food processing facilities to suspend production amid an investigation into alleged corruption of inspectors and unsanitary conditions in the world's biggest meat producer. | Video

Deals, Brazil, World 5:59pm EDT

United Airlines bars teenage girls in leggings from flight

Two teenage girls wearing leggings were barred from boarding a United Airlines flight on Sunday because they did not meet a dress code for special pass travelers, a company spokesman said amid a furor on social media. | Video

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London attacker interested in jihad but no evidence of IS link: police

LONDON British police said on Monday they had found no evidence that Khalid Masood, who killed four people in an attack on parliament last week, had any association with Islamic State or al Qaeda, but he was clearly interested in jihad.