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Updated at 8:57 AM

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) " A private Japanese organization that has found the remains of World War II soldiers on Saipan is planning another excavation on the Pacific island in the hopes of finding more unmarked graves, including those of American servicemen still listed as missing in action for more than 70 years.

Updated at 8:57 AM

VIENNA (AP) " U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry opened talks in Vienna on Friday with his Russian, Saudi and Turkish counterparts aimed at reviving a moribund effort to end Syria's civil war.

Updated at 8:56 AM

BERKASOVO, Serbia (AP) " The latest news as asylum-seekers make their way across Europe by the tens of thousands, fleeing war or seeking a better life. All times local:

Updated at 8:55 AM

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) " It was fashion under fire for Israelis at this year's Tel Aviv fashion week, which showcased local talent to international fashionistas even as a rash of deadly violence had the country on edge.

Updated at 8:51 AM

CINCINNATI (AP) " An $8.7 million embezzlement case authorities say began 17 years ago is nearing an end, but the family of the suspect's late first wife fear they will be left with some unanswered questions.

Updated at 8:45 AM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) " One man was killed and three women were wounded in an on-campus shooting stemming from a fight over a dice game on the campus of Tennessee State University, police said Friday.

Updated at 8:31 AM

LONDON (AP) " Phone and Internet service provider Talk Talk said Friday that private data from its 4 million British customers may have been compromised in a "significant and sustained" cyberattack on its website.

Updated at 7:49 AM

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) " The attacker who stabbed two people to death at a school in Sweden before being shot and killed by police had a racist motive, police said Friday.

Updated at 7:48 AM

ATHENS, Greece (AP) " Greece's largest journalist union has called a 24-hour strike, halting news programs on private and state television, over government plans to overhaul television licenses next year.

Updated at 7:45 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Premiums are expected to rise in many parts of the country as a new sign-up season under President Barack Obama's health care law starts Nov. 1. But consumers have options if they're willing to shop, and an upgraded government...

Updated at 7:36 AM

PARIS (AP) " The latest news about the crash between a bus and a truck in southwest France. All times local:

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