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Clashes in Mali as U.N. Investigates Reports of Executions, Abuses
Clashes in Mali as U.N. Investigates Reports of Executions, Abuses

Northern Mali separatist Tuareg-led rebels clashed with pro-government militias near the flashpoint town of Menaka on Friday, the scene of repeated violations of a ceasefire agreement. The fighting pitted GATIA militia against mainly Tuareg fighters of the separatist Coordination of Movements of Azawad (CMA).

Sweet Little 116
Sweet Little 116

Jeralean Talley, the world's oldest-known living person, is gearing up to celebrate her 116th birthday Saturday. Her family plans to take her out to dinner on her 116th birthday -- and indulge a shared sweet tooth with birthday cake. Earlier this year at her home in a Detroit suburb, Talley told Reuters she credits her faith for her longevity.

Stocks Down Slightly After Yellen Comments
Stocks Down Slightly After Yellen Comments

Stocks finished the week backing off record high levels. The major indexes closing lower on Friday. For the week, a mixed picture with the Dow in the red. Fed Chair Janet Yellen said it would be appropriate to raise interest rates this year if the economy continues on its current path. That was in line with Wall Street's expectations that a rate hike is coming sometime this year, and there was little stock reaction to her remarks.

Cubans Say They Welcome Prospect of Normalized Relations with the U.S.
Cubans Say They Welcome Prospect of Normalized Relations with the U.S.

On the streets of Havana, optimism fills the air. News of progress in U.S.-Cuba talks is raising the hopes of Cubans. Some are crossing their fingers.

Missouri Suspect at Large; Police Call on Public to Keep Eye Out at Campsites
Missouri Suspect at Large; Police Call on Public to Keep Eye Out at Campsites

Lt. Sonny Lynch of the Clinton, Missouri Police Department called on the public to "keep an eye out for James Horn, suspected of slaying a Missouri woman kept in box, "around camp ground areas," this weekend. "He likes to hunt and fish and camp," Lynch said as he told reporters that the suspect is still at large. On Thursday, a Missouri woman who escaped captivity from a wooden box three weeks ago was found dead in a home, along with her teenage son.

U.S. Director's "Little Prince" Gets French Premiere at Cannes
U.S. Director's "Little Prince" Gets French Premiere at Cannes

The creators of the animated film "The Little Prince", which had its world premiere at the Cannes festival on Friday (May 22), knew they had to take extra care in adapting one of the most cherished works of 20th-century French literature for the screen. To that end, American director Mark Osborne has created a story within a story in which a Little Girl, voiced by Mackenzie Foy is introduced to poet and novelist Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic by an elderly aviator.

Quadruple-Murder Suspect Arraigned in D.C.
Quadruple-Murder Suspect Arraigned in D.C.

A man accused of killing a Washington businessman, his wife, son and housekeeper held them captive until the executive handed over $40,000, then killed them and set fire to the house, court documents showed on Friday. The suspect, Daron Wint, 34, of Lanham, Maryland, has been charged with first-degree murder while armed in the death of Savvas Savopoulos, 46, the owner of a construction materials company and a Washington social figure.

Eiffel Tower Staff Strike in Protest at Pickpockets
Eiffel Tower Staff Strike in Protest at Pickpockets

The Eiffel Tower shut down Friday as staff protest the proliferation of pickpockets. Tourists had to fend for themselves. And while police are on hand chasing down illegal street sellers near the tower -- workers say they need more help.

Techies Amp Up NYC Real Estate Prices
Techies Amp Up NYC Real Estate Prices

The New York City real estate market is getting amped up thanks to a surge in tech jobs. New York's pace of job creation is at its fastest in 65 years, and where the jobs are has changed. Technology companies have added about 80,000 new jobs since the end of 2009. That's more than double the 30,000 created in financial services. And companies are using prime real estate to attract millennial workers. Jesse Keenan heads the Center for Urban Real Estate at Columbia University

Police Shooting of Two Unarmed Black Men Sparks Violent Protests
Police Shooting of Two Unarmed Black Men Sparks Violent Protests

Protests turned violent in Olympia, Washington over yet another police shooting. Things became heated between police and demonstrators over the shooting of two unarmed black men suspected of trying to steal beer from a supermarket. The officer involved... a white policeman... says he shot the step-brothers after they attacked him with a skateboard. Investigators say the two men did not have weapons. Both are expected to survive.

Female "Assassin" Tailored to Actress, Cannes Director Says
Female "Assassin" Tailored to Actress, Cannes Director Says

In his latest film "the Assassin", Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien takes his viewers on a stunning visual ride through the courts of ninth-century China. Set during the Tang dynasty it tells the story of a female assassin, although Hou says that it was never his intention to tackle the subject.

Three Feared Dead in Pakistan Bridge Collapse
Three Feared Dead in Pakistan Bridge Collapse

At least three people are feared dead after a dilapidated bridge near Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar collapsed on them as they were passing under it. The bridge over the Bara River in the village of Bazid Khel suddenly caved in on Thursday afternoon, burying at least three people under huge blocks of concrete.

Rehearsal for Grand Final of Eurovision Song Contest Takes Place in Vienna
Rehearsal for Grand Final of Eurovision Song Contest Takes Place in Vienna

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Finalists of the Eurovision Song Contest showed off their ambitious performances and spectacular scenography on Friday (May 22) at the dress rehearsal ahead of the

Biden Delivers Commencement at U.S. Naval Academy
Biden Delivers Commencement at U.S. Naval Academy

Vice President Joe Biden delivered the commencement address to the graduating class of the U.S. Naval Academy. At the beginning of his remarks, he remembered midshipman Justin Zemser who was killed in the deadly Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment. "Justin was a top student, gifted athlete, remembered as a young man of quiet strength and a man of his word. He would have made a great Navy Seal," Biden said.

Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Yemen Mosque Attack
Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Yemen Mosque Attack

A bomb explodes at a Shi'ite Houthi mosque in Yemen's capital city Sanaa Friday, wounding 13 people. Two are in critical conditions. Islamic State is claiming responsibility for the blast as well as a suicide attack on a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia.

Pac-Man Marks 35 Years Ahead of Movie Release
Pac-Man Marks 35 Years Ahead of Movie Release

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION To celebrate Pac-Man's 35th birthday and its appearance in "Pixels", a 3D model of the iconic video game character was sent into space, armed with a GoPro camera,

Baby Hippo Settles Into San Diego
Baby Hippo Settles Into San Diego

An eight-week-old hippopotamus calf named Devi stepped out at the San Diego Zoo on Thursday (May 21), to dozens of fascinated onlookers. Along with her mother, Funani, the curious tyke made quite a splash in the 150,000 gallon pool where she'll be hanging out for four days a week. And it wasn't just the visitors that had something cool to look at - Devi herself was likely equally amused by the people staring at her through the glass.

Cast and Crew of “Tomorrowland” Attend Shanghai Premiere
Cast and Crew of “Tomorrowland” Attend Shanghai Premiere

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Stars from Walt Disney's newest science fiction adventure film "Tomorrowland" attended the film's Shanghai premiere on Friday (May 22). "Tomorrowland," released this

German Police Find Missing Sculptures Made for Hitler
German Police Find Missing Sculptures Made for Hitler

Missing for decades, German police recover Nazi sculptures made for Adolph Hitler. These horses were designed for Nazi Germany's New Reich Chancellery. Police combed 10 addresses in five states, launching raids before finding the missing work. Now, eight suspects between the ages of 64 and 79 are under investigation. The coordinated raids were part of a long-term investigation into concealment of stolen goods.

Sydney's Annual Vivid Festival Lights Up the Harbor City
Sydney's Annual Vivid Festival Lights Up the Harbor City

Sydney's annual festival of light, Vivid Sydney, illuminates the city on a wet and rainy day with light and sound installations. Now in its seventh year, Vivid Sydney is the world's largest festival of its kind. Last year 1.4 million people flooded the city center to attend, and organizers predict this year's event will attract even more.

Suicide Bomber Strikes Saudi Shi'ite Mosque
Suicide Bomber Strikes Saudi Shi'ite Mosque

Smoke and carnage inside a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia after a suicide bomber kills himself during Friday prayers. More than 20 worshippers were killed. Dozens more were wounded. Islamic State is claiming responsibility. Video shot during the immediate aftermath shows efforts to help the wounded. The attack is the first to target Shi'ite Muslims in Saudi Arabia since last November, and is likely to further harm Sunni/Shia relations in the Gulf.

State Department Releases First Set of Hillary Clinton Emails
State Department Releases First Set of Hillary Clinton Emails

Hillary Clinton spent Friday campaigning in New Hampshire, but attention was focused not on the candidate, but on her emails. The State Department released a trove of her email exchanges Friday. Most focused on the tumultuous situation in Benghazi, before and after September 11, 2012, when U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed during an attack on the U.S. mission and a building nearby.

World's First Iris Recognition Smartphone on Sale in Japan
World's First Iris Recognition Smartphone on Sale in Japan

A phone that is so smart it unlocks by recognizing your iris when you look at the screen. That's the latest feature of the Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G, which goes on sale later this month. The 'Iris Passport' system takes about a second to unlock, and learns the features of the owner's eyes, making the recognition more accurate with each use.

Hillary Clinton Says Glad of Email Release
Hillary Clinton Says Glad of Email Release

Hillary Clinton says she's glad her emails are starting to be released to the public. Speaking to reporters at a campaign event in New Hampshire, the former Secretary of State said, "I've said from the very beginning, I want them to release all of them as soon as possible." The State Department on Friday (May 22) posted on its website a set of former Secretary Hillary Clinton's emails that were related to a 2012 attack on a U.S. facility in Benghazi, Libya.