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Turkey calls Greek claims on migrant mistreatment fake news

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish officials on Sunday shot back at Greek allegations that Turkey forced 92 naked migrants into Greece, calling it “fake news” and accusing Greece of the mistreatment.

GOP hopefuls turn to Pence to broaden appeal before election

NEW YORK (AP) — In Donald Trump’s assessment, Mike Pence “committed political suicide” on Jan. 6, 2021.
Ukraine envoy hopeful about fate of Musk's satellite network

Ukraine envoy hopeful about fate of Musk's satellite network

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Ukrainian diplomat expressed optimism Sunday about securing the money needed for the continued operation of a satellite network funded by billionaire Elon Musk that has provided key battlefield and humanitarian contacts in the war
Family mourns miner's death in Turkey, demanding punishment

Family mourns miner's death in Turkey, demanding punishment

AMASRA, Turkey (AP) — “My one and only, where are you,” a mother cried at a cemetery beside a freshly-laid mound of earth. She couldn't process the death of her 33-year-old son who was killed in a coal mine explosion in northern Turkey.
March against inflation turns up political heat in France

March against inflation turns up political heat in France

PARIS (AP) — Thousands of protesters, including France's newly crowned Nobel literature laureate, piled into the streets of Paris on Sunday, in a show of anger against the bite of rising prices and cranking up pressure on the government of President
With far-right leaders, Italy remembers WWII roundup of Jews

With far-right leaders, Italy remembers WWII roundup of Jews

ROME (AP) — Italy’s far-right political leadership marked the 79th anniversary of the World War II roundup of Rome’s Jews on Sunday with calls for such horror to never occur again, messages that took on greater significance following a national elect
In Wisconsin, voters shrug off GOP candidate’s Jan. 6 tie

In Wisconsin, voters shrug off GOP candidate’s Jan. 6 tie

LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) — Derrick Van Orden was among the thousands of people who went to Washington for the “Stop the Steal” rally headlined by then-President Donald Trump on Jan. 6, 2021.
As Republicans relish bashing Biden in Ohio, Democrat Ryan cheers Trump on trade

As Republicans relish bashing Biden in Ohio, Democrat Ryan cheers Trump on trade

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — When Donald Trump joked with supporters in Ohio that Republican Senate hopeful J.D. Vance had been "kissing my ass" for an endorsement, you could almost hear the snorts of delight from rival Tim Ryan's campaign staff.
‘No one is really taking care of us’: Little progress made on improving Inuit housing

‘No one is really taking care of us’: Little progress made on improving Inuit housing

YELLOWKNIFE — Meeka Atagootak says the house in Pond Inlet on Nunavut's Baffin Island that she shares with her children and grandchildren is "unlivable" 12 years after a water truck hit and damaged it.
New UK Treasury chief insists Truss retains control

New UK Treasury chief insists Truss retains control

LONDON (AP) — The new U.K. Treasury chief on Sunday insisted Prime Minister Liz Truss retains control of her government despite having to roll back her signature economic policies weeks into her premiership.