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Krista Larson chats with orphans she interviewed at a Catholic church sheltering more than 800 Muslims in Carnot, Central African Republic who had fled sectarian violence earlier this year. Krista Larson, who has covered the Ebola outbreak and the deadly conflict in Central African Republic for The Associated Press, has been named bureau chief for West Africa for the news cooperative. The appointment was announced Thursday by AP Africa Editor Andrew Selsky. (AP Photo/Steve Niko)
Larson named AP's West Africa bureau chiefKrista Larson named West Africa bureau chief in Dakar, Senegal for The Associated Press
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South Africans mourn sport deathsSouth Africans pay their last respects to 3 sports figures who died within days of each other
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This photo provided by CBS shows Creator/Executive Producer, Brian Gallivan, of the CBS comedy, "The McCarthys," premiering Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS television network.  (AP Photo/CBS, Monty Brinton)
'McCarthys' inspired by creator's modern familySitcom 'McCarthys' inspired by creator's modern family, but it's no autobiography
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Bouthaina Shaaban, Syrian President Bashar Assad's political adviser, speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Damascus, Syria, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. Shaaban accused Turkey on Thursday of committing "aggression" against the country by allowing rebels to cross into the Syrian Kurdish border town of Kobani to battle the Islamic State group. In the background is a picture of Syrian President Assad. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)
Syrian official slams Turkey 'aggression'AP Interview: Assad adviser says Turkey's involvement in Syrian city is 'aggression'
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FILE - In this file photo Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, Burkina Faso Police clash with protesters as they protest against their longtime president that seeks another term in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Protesters stormed Burkina Faso's parliament Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014,  dragging furniture and computers onto the street and setting the main chamber ablaze, in the most significant challenge to the president's rule during his 27 years in power. (AP Photo/Theo Renaut, File)
Protesters storm Burkina Faso parliament, set fireProtesters storm Burkina Faso parliament, set fire to it, forcing term-limit vote cancellation
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Members of Greek Navy special forces operate from a military helicopter during a Greek joint military exercise ''Pyrpolitis'' at the Saronic Gulf, south of Athens on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg attended the drill as he is in Athens for talks expected to focus on efforts to counter Islamic State group militants in Iraq, the ongoing crisis in Ukraine and renewed tension between Greece and Turkey over oil-and-gas exploration off the coast of divided Cyprus. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
NATO chief sees spike in Russian flights on borderNATO chief: Russia has tripled military flights along NATO's eastern borders this year
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People gather to look at names of mudslide survivors displayed on a door at a relief center set up in a school in Punagala in Badulla district, about 140 miles (220 kilometers) east of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Thursday, Oct.30, 2014. Hundreds of desperate Sri Lankan villagers clawed through the wreckage of a deadly landslide Thursday, defying police orders after a top disaster official said there was no chance of finding more survivors in the broken red earth of the high-elevation tea plantation. There were conflicting reports of how many people were missing in the slide, which struck Wednesday morning in the island nation's central hills.(AP Photo/Eranga Jayawardena)
Sri Lanka says no hope finding mudslide survivorsSri Lanka says no hope finding survivors after tea plantation mudslide; 100-200 missing
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Microsoft too offering big-picture health serviceMicrosoft creates system for consolidating fitness data, challenging Apple, Google efforts
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Bodies of 48 Sunni tribal fighters found in IraqBodies of 48 Sunni tribal fighters killed by Islamic State group found in mass grave
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    Justice Department and FBI representatives have had a front row seat to the St. Louis County investigation into the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. They've participated on witness interviews and got full access to grand jury testimony and evidence. KCRA-TV Sacramento, Thu, Oct 30 2014 @ 02:41 AM
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    He's been under intense scrutiny ever since a white officer in his department fatally shot African-American teenager Michael Brown. Now, government officials familiar with ongoing discussions are saying he is expected to step down as part of an effort by city officials to reform the Police Department. Valley News Live, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 10:50 PM
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    Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the sixth annual "Washington Ideas Forum" in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta, AP Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the sixth annual "Washington Ideas Forum" in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. News Times, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 04:51 PM
  • Brown's family pathologist questions leaked autopsy report

    The forensic pathologist hired by Michael Brown's family said tonight that he is questioning the St. Louis County medical examiner's conclusion that the teen had gunshot residue on him the night he was fatally shot by police. Michael Baden conducted an autopsy on Brown's body in August at the request of the teen's family and concluded then that the teen could have been shot from as far away as 30 feet. Windsor Beacon, Thu, Oct 30 2014 @ 01:55 AM
  • Will Mike Brown's Killer Avoid Charges in Ferguson? Cops Stockpile Riot Gear Amid 'Troubling' Leaks

    There are conflicting reports out of Ferguson, Missouri, over the fate of embattled police chief Thomas Jackson. Unnamed government officials told that Jackson is expected to step down as part of efforts to reform the police department following an officer's killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown in August. Democracy Now, Wed, Oct 29 2014 @ 11:14 AM
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