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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The tributes and remembrances continue amid the investigation into the death of music icon Prince. Fans in New Orleans have organized a jazz funeral on Monday. And the film "Purple Rain" is back in theaters. AMC Theatres says 87 of its U.S. theaters will play the 1984 cult classic today through Thursday. Authorities say nothing at the scene suggested violence or a suicide. Autopsy results are expected to take some time.

PIKETON, Ohio (AP) — Residents of rural southern Ohio are on edge while police hunt for a killer. Authorities are urging extra caution after someone shot and killed eight members of a family in four different locations in Pikeville. Seven adults and 16-year-old boy were all shot in the head. Three children were unharmed.

APPLING, Ga. (AP) — Officials say six people including the gunman are dead following a domestic dispute in northeastern Georgia. Authorities say it appears Wayne Anthony Hawes killed three men and two females in Appling, then took his own life. Hawes' body was found inside his home.

BERLIN (AP) — President Barack Obama turns his focus to unfinished business tomorrow as he tries to complete a trans-Atlantic trade pact. He'll also open the world's largest industrial fair in the northern German city of Hannover, leading a delegation of American companies hoping to conquer new markets. The trade deal has come under some criticism in Europe.

BERLIN (AP) — Russia's sports minister is arguing in an interview with a German magazine that his country's athletes have a "moral right" to take part in the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The IAAF council is expected to rule on the fate of Russian athletes in mid-June after a doping scandal. But Vitaly Mutko is quoted as telling the German weekly Der Spiegel that Russia has "done everything" to be reinstated. He says no boycott is being considered.

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