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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 7:11 AM

ATHENS, Greece (AP) " The Latest on the continuing influx of asylum-seekers and migrants in Europe (all times local):

Updated at 7:06 AM

SANAA, Yemen (AP) " Three Al-Jazeera journalists who were abducted in the war-ravaged Yemeni city of Taiz have been released, the network said in a statement on Thursday as one of the released reporters accused Shiite rebels of being behind the...

Updated at 7:03 AM

PARIS (AP) " Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is being formally welcomed to France at the gold-domed Invalides monument where Napoleon is buried.

Updated at 6:56 AM

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) " Former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo is set to become the first ex-head of state to stand trial at the International Criminal Court.

Updated at 6:53 AM

STOCKHOLM (AP) " Interior Minister Anders Ygeman says Sweden could deport between 60,000 and 80,000 asylum-seekers in coming years.

Updated at 6:52 AM

PHILADELPHIA (AP) " Nellie Fitzpatrick raised the Philadelphia Flyers jersey presented to her as the team's "community teammate" of the night, turned her head to her left and smooched her wife right on the lips.

Updated at 6:42 AM

CHICAGO (AP) " A grand jury has indicted the wife of a disgraced northern Illinois policeman who embezzled money from a youth program and then staged his own suicide to look like a homicide.

Updated at 6:31 AM

BURNS, Ore. (AP) " Hours after the jailed leader of an armed anti-government group urged remaining militants to abandon the Oregon wildlife refuge they have occupied for more than three weeks, the FBI said they arrested three more suspects at one of...

Updated at 6:29 AM

LOS ANGELES (AP) " Companies that are developing self-driving cars of the future want government regulators to clear the road for public access to the technology, once it emerges from current prototype testing.

Updated at 5:50 AM

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) " If you want to improve your sense of well-being, leave the Lower 48.

Updated at 5:43 AM

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) " The release of new figures apparently finding fewer cases of microcephaly in Brazil than first feared is adding force to calls for more research into the link between the rare birth defect and the spreading Zika virus.

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