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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 3:41 PM

JUBA, South Sudan (AP) " South Sudan's government and rebels have agreed on how to share the country's ministries for a proposed transitional government of national unity, a group overseeing the implementation of a peace deal to end the two-year civil war said Thursday.

Updated at 3:40 PM

LAS VEGAS (AP) " The latest developments surrounding the consumer-electronics show in Las Vegas known as CES (all times local):

Updated at 3:39 PM

LANSING, N.Y. (AP) " Seventeen miners trapped in one of the world's deepest salt mines were rescued Thursday morning, ending a 10-hour ordeal that began when their elevator broke down 900 feet underground.

Updated at 3:35 PM

MOSCOW (AP) " For much of the Orthodox Christian world, Thursday is celebrated as Christmas Day. Believers in Russia, Ukraine, and parts of Eastern Europe and the Middle East flocked to churches for the holiday.

Updated at 3:35 PM

PARIS (AP) " A man carrying a butcher's knife and wearing a fake explosives vest tried to attack a Paris police station Thursday, a year almost to the minute after two Islamic extremists burst in the offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper and...

Updated at 3:34 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The GOP-led House Foreign Affairs Committee on Thursday approved legislation that would give Congress greater oversight of the landmark nuclear deal with Iran.

Updated at 3:33 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " A macaque monkey who took now-famous selfie photographs cannot be declared the copyright owner of the photos, a federal judge said.

Updated at 3:31 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " December's wild El Nino pushed 2015 in the United States to near-record levels for heat, moisture and downright extreme conditions, federal weather officials said Thursday.

Updated at 3:29 PM

DECATUR, Ga. (AP) " An Atlanta-area prosecutor said Thursday he plans to ask for an indictment of a police officer who fatally shot an unarmed naked man last year.

Updated at 3:27 PM

WARSAW, Poland (AP) " A new wave of concern for media freedom in Poland rose among European Union leaders and independent journalists after Poland's president signed a temporary new law Thursday that's a step toward giving the government full...

Updated at 3:20 PM

COLOGNE, Germany (AP) " An internal report by German police describes how women in the western city of Cologne had to run through mobs of drunken men who attacked them during New Year's celebrations, an experience likened to "running the gauntlet."

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