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Gambia's president-elect says Jammeh can't demand new vote

Carley Petesch, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 7:52am

Gambia's president-elect says the outgoing leader who now rejects his defeat has no constitutional authority to invalidate voting results or call for another election.

Gambia president-elect says outgoing leader has no authority to call new election

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 7:50am

Gambia president-elect says outgoing leader has no authority to call new election.

Santos accepts Nobel for peace deal, urges shift in drug war

Karl Ritter, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 7:50am

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday accepted the Nobel Peace Prize, saying it helped his country achieve the "impossible dream" of ending a half-century-long civil war.

S. Koreans rally again, this time to celebrate impeachment

Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 7:40am

The previous time South Korea's parliament voted to impeach a president, ruling party lawmakers bawled and hurled ballot boxes, a man set himself on fire in front of the National Assembly, and thousands glumly held candlelight vigils night after night to save late liberal President Roh Moo-hyun.

Macedonia votes in early election

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 7:30am

Macedonians will vote on Sunday in a general election called two years early in a bid to defuse a deep political crisis sparked by a wiretapping scandal.

Indonesia nabs woman, others in thwarted Jakarta bomb plot

Niniek Karmini, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 7:30am

Indonesian police said they safely detonated a bomb in a neighborhood on the outskirts of the capital on Saturday after arresting a female would-be suicide bomber and other suspected Islamic militants who were planning to attack the presidential palace this weekend.

Syria: Kerry, diplomats seek help for Aleppo's opposition

Angela Charlton, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 6:50am

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and leading diplomats pleaded Saturday for safe passage for civilians and respect for Syria's crippled opposition, as Syrian government forces neared victory over rebels in Aleppo after a devastating blitz.

French government seeks extension of state of emergency

Philippe Sotto, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 6:30am

French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says 17 attacks have been thwarted in the country so far this year and he is asking Parliament to extend the state of emergency until July 15.

Toll rises to 57 in suicide bombings in northeast Nigeria

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 6:00am

An official says the toll from a double suicide bombing in a marketplace in northeast Nigeria has risen to 57 dead and 177 wounded.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has accepted the Nobel Peace Prize

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 5:40am

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has accepted the Nobel Peace Prize.

Italian centrist backs 2nd Renzi gov't if voting's soon

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 5:30am

A key coalition ally of Italy's caretaker Premier Matteo Renzi says he'd back a second Renzi government if elections are set soon.

Thousands flee Syria's Aleppo as Assad nears victory

Philip Issa and Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 5:30am

Some 50,000 civilians have fled eastern Aleppo over the past two days in a "constant stream," Russia said Saturday, as Syrian government forces close in on the last pocket of opposition control in the northern city.

Burundi recalls Belgium ambassador amid tensions

Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 5:00am

Burundi's foreign minister says the country's ambassador to Belgium has been told to return home amid diplomatic tensions related to political violence in the central African nation.

The Latest: IS says it shot down Syrian jet near Palmyra

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 4:40am

The Latest on the Syrian conflict (all times local):

South Korean leader's fall offers fodder for Pyongyang

Eric Talmadge, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 4:00am

North Korea, after following the travails of South Korean President Park Geun-hye with unconcealed joy, got off to a slow start Saturday in reacting to her actual impeachment.

4 parties contending in Sunday's elections in Macedonia

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 4:00am

Sunday's early parliamentary election in Macedonia, held in the shadow of a massive wiretapping scandal, pits the governing conservatives against the left-wing main opposition. Two smaller players, both representing the country's ethnic Albanian minority, might prove key for either main party in forming a government. Here's a profile of the four main party leaders.

AP PHOTOS: Elephant breaks leg, dies after 3 months of care

Aijaz Rahi, Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 4:00am

After an elephant broke his leg and was left to hobble around the backwaters of a reservoir in southern India, villagers and veterinarians brought him food and tried to soothe his agony through treatment. But he died Friday after efforts lasting more than three months.

China says opposed to unilateral sanctions on North Korea

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 3:20am

China remains opposed to unilateral sanctions against North Korea taken without the approval of the U.N. Security Council, the country's chief negotiator on the North's nuclear program was quoted Saturday as saying.

Iraq sends reinforcements to eastern Mosul after IS attack

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 3:10am

An Iraqi commander says reinforcements have been sent to eastern Mosul after a major Islamic State counterattack drove troops back last week, further slowing a nearly two-month-old offensive to retake the city.