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Deadly French fire...Teen still missing at Grand Teton...South China sea tension

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PARIS (AP) — A published report says the lighting of birthday candles sparked a fire during a party at a French bar, leaving at least 13 people dead and six injured. A judicial inquiry has been opened to determine the cause of the blaze. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (ka-zeh-NUV') says more than 50 firefighters battled the blaze at the bar in in the Normandy city of Rouen (roo-AHN').

MOOSE, Wyo. (AP) — The search continues for an Ohio teen missing in Grand Teton National Park, but the only thing found so far is a boot belonging to 16-year-old Fauna Jackson. Park officials say they do not believe the girl was wearing it when she disappeared Thursday morning. She's part of a volunteer conservation group and was helping reroute a trail. Saturday's search will include ATV patrols and the Wyoming Civil Air Patrol.

TOKYO (AP) — Japan summoned Chinese diplomats Saturday to protest after six Chinese coast guard vessels approached disputed East China Sea islands accompanying a fleet of hundreds of Chinese fishing boats. Japan's Foreign Ministry said in a statement it filed the protest after Japan's coast guard spotted the vessels Saturday along with a fleet of 230 Chinese fishing boats. Japan is demanding the ships leave the area.

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — An outdoor concert by Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa in southern New Jersey has been cut short by an accident. Authorities tell WCAU-TV that at least 10 people have been hurt after a partition separating concertgoers from the stage at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey, collapsed, causing people to fall onto the concrete below. It happened late Friday.

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) —High energy and a global warming warning highlighted opening night for South America's first Olympics. Graphic projections of world cities being swamped by rising seas set Rio de Janeiro's otherwise fun and festive gala apart from the more self-congratulatory and lavish celebrations that Beijing and London wowed with in 2008 and 2012.

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