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Germany temporarily reinstates passport controls along its border with Austria: Germany's interior minister says the move is designed to return to the orderly processing of migrants trying to enter his country. Germany and Austria recently had agreed to simply let in the migrants cross the border, in a bid to alleviate a backlog of refugees waiting in Hungary. Meanwhile, Austrian police say they have rescued 42 people believed to be migrants stowed away in a refrigerated flower truck on a highway near the German border on Sunday. Police say two Iraqis suspected as smugglers were arrested.
Palestinians and Israeli police fought at the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem Sunday. The violence broke out after police entered the compound in pursuit of Palestinians who earlier had barricaded themselves in the mosque and had thrown rocks and flares at police. The Israeli authorities used tear gas and threw stun grenades at Palestinian youths.
Yemen's exiled government says it will not participate in U.N.-brokered peace talks unless Houthi rebels withdraw from captured territory. A U.N. resolution calls for the withdrawal. The announcement follows a number of failed attempts to get the two factions together for talks.
South Sudan's government and a rebel group say they will both send senior officials to a meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly on September 29. The meeting, at the invitation of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, is aimed at galvanizing the international community's support for the implementation of South Sudan's recently signed peace agreement.
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Police say they are searching for a suspect who illegally stored explosives at a warehouse in Madhya Pradesh state in central India. A fire at that warehouse Saturday resulted in an explosion that killed at least 89 people and injured 100, many at a nearby restaurant. Police said they are looking for Rajendra Kaswa, who authorities say is on the run with his brothers.
Witnesses say a bomb went off in central Pakistan Sunday, killing at least 10 people and wounding about 60 others. The violence happened near a bus terminal in the city of Multan. No one has claimed responsibility.
U-S real estate mogul Donald Trump--the leading Republican presidential contender--on Sunday attacked the big salaries of corporate chief executives as "disgraceful." Trump spoke on CBS's Face the Nation program. Trump blames high CEO pay on the executives themselves, who he said put their friends on corporate boards of directors, who in turn approve the big salaries for company leaders. Meanwhile, A political novice, former neural surgeon Ben Carlson has risen to second behind Trump in surveys of Republicans across the U.S.
A wildfire that raced through parts of northern California Sunday heavily damaged the small town of Middletown. The blaze was one of two wildfires that sped through the region, destroying at least 81 houses and forcing thousands to flee.
“The smoke was rolling across planes, it was like creeping along water level roaming smoke.”
“Everybody’s house is burning up, it’s awful. We are here, and we are safe.”
“My family is safe, and I have my pictures, so that’s what important.”
The fires have injured four firefighters. California's governor has declared a state of emergency.
Security sources in Turkey say at least three police officers were killed Sunday in the southeastern part of the country. It is the latest incident of violence between government forces and Kurdish militants. Sources say two police officers were killed in a car bomb attack near a police checkpoint outside the town of Sirnak. Security forces killed two militants as they fled the scene.
Saudi officials are pledging to carry on with this year's Hajj despite a crane collapse that killed 107 people and injured more than 230 at the Grand Mosque in Mecca. Saudi King Salman visited the scene Saturday, a day after the crane crashed through a ceiling of the mosque as worshippers gathered for Friday prayers.
The United States is expressing outrage at the jailing of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lopez was sentenced to nearly 14 years in prison on charges of inciting violence against the government.
From the VOA news center in Washington, I’m Dave DeForest. That’s the latest world news from VOA