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{FD} Police use ‘fake news’ in sting aimed at California gang

A California police chief is defending his decision to issue a fake press release reporting the arrest of two gang members as a ruse to mislead rivals who planned to kill them.

{FD} Colorado man sues jail after gouging out his own eye

A man who gouged out his own eye while in jail is suing Rio Grande County saying jailers failed to adequately protect him from himself.

{FD} Italy’s voter referendum: The nuts and bolts behind the buzz

A voter referendum on changes to Italy’s post-war Constitution scheduled for Sunday has turned into a virtual plebiscite on Premier Matteo Renzi’s center-left government.

{FD} ISIS militants exploit rain, hit Iraqi militias west, south of Mosul

Islamic State militants have staged near simultaneous attacks on positions of state-sanctioned militias west and south of Iraq's northern city of Mosul, apparently taking advantage of bad weather conditions that normally disrupt air support, two militia officials said on Saturday.

{FD} ‘This means war’ _ New AP book draws on Pearl Harbor reports

Seventy-five years after the Japanese attack on Hawaii that brought the United States into World War II, The Associated Press is publishing "Pearl Harbor: An AP Special Anniversary Edition." The e-book explores the historic relationship between Japan and the U.S. and details events of Dec. 7, 1941, drawing on reporting from the time, including iconic photography, as well as material from AP archives.

{FD} Morocco arrests suspect tied to thwarted French attack plot

Moroccan police have arrested a "dangerous element" who allegedly served as a liaison between the Islamic State group's external operations and members of a French cell that was dismantled last month while allegedly planning an attack.

{FD} The Latest: Syrian bombing pounds rebel-held besieged Aleppo

The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local): 3:00 p.m Russia says it's ready to hold quick talks with the U.S. on the exit of rebels from the besieged city of Aleppo.

{FD} Gambia leader’s hold on power ends with surprising speed

In July 1994, three days after Gambia's first president was toppled by military officers, the local Daily Observer newspaper featured a front-page photo of coup leader Yahya Jammeh under the headline: "We Will Never Introduce Dictatorship In This Country." In what the newspaper billed as the officers' first post-coup interview, the men discussed the challenge of forming a government composed of "honest intellectuals." Jammeh, then a 29-year-old lieutenant, said his plan was to step aside after three months so Gambia could hold democratic elections.