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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service has detained a man after he drove his car to a security checkpoint near the White House and the vehicle was classified as suspicious. The car was stopped last night about a quarter-mile from the White House. The Secret Service hasn't said what caused the car to be considered suspicious. President Donald Trump is currently in Florida. Earlier Saturday someone jumped a low metal barrier just outside a White House fence.
BEIJING (AP) —China's president has told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that Beijing considered his meetings Saturday with Foreign Minister Wang Yi and top diplomat Yang Jiechi to have been productive and constructive. President Xi Jinping says "Both (Trump) and I believe that we need to make joint efforts to advance China-U.S. cooperation." Tillerson struck a cordial tone during his visit to Beijing, which wraps up an Asia trip.
PARIS (AP) — An autopsy is scheduled in France today on the body of the Orly Airport attacker. Prosecutors say he attacked a soldier and wrested away her assault rifle. Her two colleagues shot and killed him. Meanwhile, police have released the attacker's father. The Paris prosecutor's office, which took charge of the probe says the brother and a cousin of the suspect remain in custody.
NEW YORK (AP) — Musical icon Chuck Berry, the rock 'n' roll founder who defined its joy and rebellion in "Johnny B. Goode" and other classics, has died in St. Charles County, Missouri, west of St. Louis. He was 90. Berry hit the Top 10 in 1955 with "Maybellene" and went on to influence generations of musicians. Among his other hits were "Johnny B. Goode" and "Roll Over Beethoven."
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Opposition figures in Turkey say they have faced threats, violence, arbitrary detentions, a lack of TV airtime and even sabotage in the campaign for a referendum on expanding the president's powers. The complaints come even as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (REH'-jehp TY'-ihp UR'-doh-wahn) himself has slammed European countries for not letting his ministers campaign on their soil.
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