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The Latest: Israeli PM confirms weekend strikes in Syria JERUSALEM (AP) — The Latest on Israel's operation along its border with Lebanon (all times local):

Europe snow: Two die in French Alps trying to control avalanche as three German cross-country skiers killed Two ski resort workers have been killed in Morillon, a French Alps destination popular with Britons, by explosives they were using to spark an avalanche to keep the slopes safe for skiers. Their deaths came as three German cross-country skiers died and a fourth was reported missing following an avalanche in western Austria. The incident in Morillon occurred at around 8:30 am local time on Sunday as the workers were preparing the explosives at a height of 1,800 meters in the family resort in the Haut-Giffre valley. Police said it had been confirmed that they were killed by the explosion and did not die after being caught up in the avalanche the blast set off. They had been sent out to do their job in the Lanches sector of the resortbefore the ski slopes were opened to the public, after a night of heavy snowfall. Skiers had been warned that the risk of avalanche was at four on a scale of one to five. Setting off explosives, often dynamite, is a common technique used in ski resorts to spark avalanches that might otherwise happen when slopes are packed with skiers. Various methods are used, with some involving ski workers skiing to a spot above where experts believe the avalanche may take place, placing explosives there and later detonating them remotely. “The specialist pisteurs who are involved in securing the trails and roads from avalanches with explosive devices go through extensive training,” said Henry Schniewind from Henry’s Avalanche Talk, a website which offers advice and training for off-piste skiers. “Their job involves hazards from avalanche danger that most of us are aware of; the danger from explosives seems less apparent. Today’s tragedy is a reminder to us all about how brave these men and women are,” he told The Daily Telegraph. It was not immediately clear which avalanche control method was being used by the workers in Morillon, where a 21-year-old skier was killed by a falling tree earlier this month. The mountain gendarme unit from the town of Chamonix has been tasked with the investigation into their deaths and has sent officers to the scene, where they will work with rescue workers from the resorts of Flaine and Araches. The deaths reported in Austria were those of two men aged 32 and 36 and a third aged 56, all German cross-country skiers, who were found on Saturday evening, while a 28-year-old man still missing. The avalanche that killed them came after several days of heavy snowfall which saw the army called in to secure roads and buildings and help with a number of evacuations.

Urging Gulf states to heal rift, U.S.'s Pompeo lands in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and non-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member Egypt cut diplomatic, transport and trade ties with Qatar in June 2017, accusing it of supporting terrorism and their regional foe Shi'ite Muslim Iran - something Doha denies. The United States, an ally of the six-nation Sunni Muslim GCC, sees the rift as a threat to efforts to contain Iran and has pushed for a united Gulf front. "When we have a common challenge, disputes between countries with shared objectives are never helpful," Pompeo, who is on a tour of the Middle East, told a news conference in the Qatari capital, Doha.

Flooding, mudslides possible as series of storms dump rain on SoCal Southern Californians prepared for flooding and mudslides as a series of storms is expected to dump several inches of rain and snow on the region this week.

Hindus gather in India for world's largest festival Hindu devotees began gathering Sunday in northern India for the world's largest religious festival, with millions of pilgrims travelling to bathe in holy rivers for the spectacular Kumbh Mela. State authorities in Uttar Pradesh are expecting 12 million visitors to descend on Allahabad for the centuries-old festival, which officially begins Tuesday and continues until early March. The ancient city rises alongside the banks of the Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati rivers, and the meeting point of the three is considered highly sacred in Hinduism.

Jayme Closs: Wisconsin sheriff whose team worked flat out on case tells of joy at finding her When Jayme Closs, 13, appeared along a rural Wisconsin road Thursday, she ended an 88-day search by hundreds of investigators. Chris Fitzgerald, the sheriff of Barron County, Wisconsin — where Jayme’s parents were found dead in their home on the night Jayme disappeared — was at the helm of that desperate search, which drew thousands of tips from around the country. On Saturday, a day after Fitzgerald announced that Jayme was safely back, and that a suspect, Jake T. Patterson, 21, was being held on suspicion of murder and kidnapping, many details about what happened remained unknown, even for Mr Fitzgerald.

Florida Key lime pie: So popular it has its own festival The eighth annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival will be Jan. 19 at Veterans Memorial Park on Merritt Island.

U.S. Recession Warning Signs, China's 2019 To-Do List: Eco Day Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day started:Many financial markets are already signaling that the U.S. is more likely than not hurtling toward recession.

The Latest: Shooting near Utah mall possibly gang related MURRAY, Utah (AP) — The Latest on a shooting at a Utah mall (all times local):

The FBI's Reported Investigation of President Trump Could Take the Russia Probe to a New Level The revelation of a national security component to Mueller's investigation brings the country into shocking new territory

Indonesian divers find crashed Lion Air jet's second black box The crash was the world's first of a Boeing Co 737 MAX jet and the deadliest of 2018, and the recovery of the aircraft's second black box from the Java Sea north of Jakarta on Monday may provide an account of the last actions of the doomed jet's pilots. "We have our own laboratory and personnel to do it," Haryo Satmiko, deputy chief of the transportation safety committee, told Reuters. Contact with flight JT610 was lost 13 minutes after it took off on Oct. 29 from the capital, Jakarta, heading north to the tin-mining town of Pangkal Pinang.

Saudi energy minister concerned about oil price volatility ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Arabia's energy minister said Sunday that major oil producers need to do better to narrow swings in prices that dip below $60 a barrel and rise above $86.

White House sought military strike against Iran The White House demanded that the military draft plans for strikes on Iran after attacks in Iraq last year, sparking concern at the Pentagon and State Department, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. The report said the move came after a mortar attack launched by an Iran-linked group on the Baghdad diplomatic quarters home to the US embassy in September. It added that the NSC also requested options to respond with strikes in Iraq and Syria.

Snowstorm blankets mid-Atlantic U.S., at least seven dead in Midwest A massive winter storm rolled eastward to the mid-Atlantic United States on Sunday after dropping more than a foot of snow on parts of the Midwest and killing at least 7 people in highway accidents on Saturday. The weather system, which started as rain from Mexico but has since turned into snow, is forecast to affect an 1,800-mile (2,900 km) swath of the United States from Colorado to the mid-Atlantic. Millions of Americans in ten states and Washington, D.C. were under a winter storm warning or advisory on Sunday.

Phoenix shooting: At least one dead and five injured after shots fired at hotel An 18-year-old woman has been killed and five others injured after shots were fired outside a hotel in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, according to authorities. Two adult males arrived at the hotel and got into an argument with a group on the second floor, Mr Carbajal said. Mr Carbajal described the victims as three males and three females ranging from 18 to 41 years old.

Woman riding cart while drinking wine from Pringles can barred from Texas Walmart, police say Wichita Falls police received a rather unique call Friday morning involving a woman drinking wine in a Walmart parking lot.

The Latest: Police: Fentanyl a cause of overdoses at house CHICO, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a mass drug overdose at a house in Chico, California (all times local):

Mark Warner: 'It is a very real question' whether Trump acted as a Russian agent Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., said it’s worth asking whether President Trump acted as an agent for the Russian government during his presidential campaign — wittingly or unwittingly.

Absences among U.S. airport screeners jump as shutdown drags on Unscheduled absences among federal airport security screeners jumped on Sunday, forcing a checkpoint and ticket counter to close in Houston, as a partial government shutdown that has frozen pay checks moved into its 23rd day. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the agency responsible for airport security screening, said unscheduled absences among its employees rose to 7.7 percent from 5.6 percent on Saturday. The TSA said in a statement on Sunday that security had not been compromised at U.S. airports.

Labour Vows Confidence Vote as May Faces Defeat: Brexit Update Lawmakers are set this week to reject the Brexit deal Theresa May agreed with the European Union, plunging Britain deeper into crisis with less than 11 weeks remaining before Britain is due to leave the bloc.

New York students are reportedly losing their beanies at school, costing around $350 The principal of the school is asking students to just leave the expensive hats at home.

Thailand to make it rain as pollution chokes Bangkok Thailand is set to deploy rainmaking planes to seed clouds in an effort to tackle the pall of pollution that has shrouded the capital in recent weeks. "The Department of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation... expects the rainmaking to be done tomorrow (Tuesday) but it depends on wind and humidity levels," Pralong Dumrongthai, director-general of Thailand's Pollution Control Department, told reporters. As Thais woke up Monday morning to another day of murky air blanketing its bustling construction-filled capital, environment group Greenpeace said Bangkok was currently the 10th most polluted in the world, rivalling some cities in China.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticises lack of diversity among CBS journalists covering 2020 election The newly sworn in congresswoman responded to a tweet from CBS producer Ben Mitchell which announced the team covering the upcoming election and published their headshots. The Democrat, who represents New York's 14th congressional district, said: “This WH admin has made having a functional understanding of race in America one of the most important core competencies for a political journalist to have.

Man arrested after abuse of British pro-EU lawmaker Soubry A man was arrested on Saturday after a video of a group of men verbally abusing pro-European lawmaker Anna Soubry prompted calls for the police to do more to protect politicians outside parliament. A group of Brexit supporters was filmed on Monday asking Soubry questions about her pro-European Union stance and support for a new Brexit referendum, with some calling her a fascist and chanting "scum". Earlier in the day, a BBC interview with Soubry was interrupted by chants that she was a Nazi, and lawmakers wrote to London's police chief to express their concern about the "deteriorating public order and security situation" around parliament.

Storm dumps piles of snow on Midwest as it moves East; 5 people dead in crashes A bitter winter storm that dumped at least 10 inches of snow on St. Louis Saturday left five people dead in crashes on slick roadways in Kansas and Missouri as it spread eastward across the country.

Daughter's plea draws 50,000 birthday cards for US veteran FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — When Sue Morse requested on Facebook that friends send her father well-wishes for his Dec. 30 birthday, she expected maybe 160 cards.

Russian lawyer at Trump Tower meeting says she won't come to U.S. to fight charges Natalia Veselnitskaya,the Russian lawyer who played a key role in the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Trump campaign officials, including Donald Trump Jr., tells Yahoo News she won’t return to the United States to face charges that she lied in an unrelated court case.

Cadillac Is Launching an EV Crossover in Three Years, Will Lead GM's Electrification Push A new Cadillac model will be the first vehicle to use GM's new battery-electric vehicle architecture.

Greek parliamentary row over Macedonia name change as Alexis Tsipras calls confidence vote Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras Sunday called an "immediate" no-confidence vote in parliament over the resignation of a top minister opposed to the country's name change deal with Macedonia. "We will proceed immediately to the renewal of the confidence in our government by the parliament in order to proceed with the major issues for our country," he said. Mr Tsipras earlier Sunday accepted the resignation of Defence Minister Panos Kammenos, who is head of his main coalition ally in government, the nationalist Independent Greeks party (ANEL). The semi-official ANA news agency said the debate on a no-confidence vote could begin as early as Tuesday and could be concluded by Thursday. Mr Kammenos said that he would vote against the government as supporting it would imply backing for the name deal with Macedonia. The nationalist ANEL has supported the Tsipras administration with its seven lawmakers and has six ministers and junior ministers in the government. Mr Kammenos had threatened to pull out of the government when the name deal comes to a vote in Athens from the moment Mr Tsipras signed it with Zoran Zaev, the Macedonian prime minister, in the border Prespes region in June. However some of his ANEL party's MPs remain ambivalent. The name change deal has also triggered protests in Macedonia Credit: AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski Macedonian lawmakers voted late on Friday to rename their country the Republic of North Macedonia but the agreement now needs backing from the Greek parliament to come into effect. For the Greeks, Macedonia is the name of a history-rich northern province that was the cradle of Alexander the Great's ancient empire. Greece has blocked its neighbour's accession to Nato and the European Union ever since Macedonia broke away from the former Yugoslavia in 1991. "We will do everything to block the ratification of the Prespes deal," Mr Kammenos told a news conference Sunday after announcing his resignation. He charged that the agreement was "anti-constitutional" and called for a referendum on the issue to coincide with EU elections in May. After meeting with Mr Tsipras earlier Sunday, Mr Kammenos said "the Macedonia issue does not allow me not to sacrifice my post". Mr Tsipras believes the agreement can be ratified with the 145 lawmakers of his leftist Syriza party plus the votes of the small pro-EU To Potami party as well as some ANEL lawmakers who disagree with Mr Kammenos' position.

China envisions moon base after far-side success China will seek to establish an international lunar base one day, possibly using 3D printing technology to build facilities, the Chinese space agency said Monday, weeks after landing a rover on the moon's far side. The future launches will culminate with a mission to test equipment for an international moon research base, Wu Yanhua, deputy chief commander of China's Lunar Exploration Programme, said at a press briefing. "China, the United States, Russia and Europe are all discussing whether to build a research base or a research station on the moon," Wu said.

Woman who fled Saudi Arabia reaches her new home in Canada TORONTO (AP) — Tired but smiling, an 18-year-old Saudi woman who said she feared death if deported back home arrived Saturday in Canada, which offered her asylum in a case that attracted global attention after she mounted a social media campaign.

SpaceX to lay off 10 percent of workforce "To continue delivering for our customers and to succeed in developing interplanetary spacecraft and a global space-based Internet, SpaceX must become a leaner company. In June, Elon Musk fired at least seven people in the senior management team leading a SpaceX satellite launch project, Reuters reported in November. The management shakeup involved Musk bringing in new managers from SpaceX headquarters in California to replace a number of the managers he fired in Seattle.

As Detroit auto show gets underway, boil water advisory hits downtown Detroit The boil water advisory could be in effect until Thursday. People should use boiled or bottled water for drinking, brushing teeth and washing dishes.

Government Should Open Before Emergency Ripcord Pulled, Graham Says “I would urge him to open up the government for a short period of time, like three weeks, before he pulls the plug. See if we can get a deal,” Graham, a Republican of South Carolina who has called on Trump to invoke emergency action, said on “Fox News Sunday.” “If we can’t at the end of three weeks, all bets are off. Trump sees the declaration of an emergency as a last resort and still hopes to make a deal with Democrats to reopen the federal government, Graham said, adding that he spoke to Trump earlier in the day.

Magnitude 5.0 quake strikes near Anchorage, Alaska ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - A 5.0 magnitude earthquake struck near Anchorage, Alaska, on Sunday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey said, with tremors felt as far as 120 miles (193 km) southwest of the state's capital city.

Alabama police officer killed, another wounded in shooting One Birmingham police sergeant was killed and another officer critically wounded early Sunday morning in a shooting as they questioned two people suspected of trying to break into cars in Alabama's largest city.

Iran summons Polish envoy in protest against upcoming summit TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Angered by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's announcement that Poland will host an international conference on Iran in mid-February, Iranian authorities on Sunday summoned Warsaw's top diplomat in the country and called off a Polish film festival.

Justice at last for Kosovo's 'second-class victims'? Twenty years after the war for Kosovo's independence, victims of alleged war crimes committed by ethnic Albanian guerrillas have all but given up hope of justice. Kosovo's press is speculating feverishly that an EU-backed international court, based in The Hague, could this week issue its first indictments for Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) veterans who led the 1998-99 independence war.

Apple supplier Dialog warns on sales as smartphone market stagnates Apple supplier Dialog Semiconductor faced a slump on Monday, posting end of year revenues towards the lower end of its earlier predictions as the company grapples with lower appetite for Apple's iPhones in the huge Chinese market.  The UK-based semiconductor firm failed to reach the top end of its projections as its fourth quarter sales came in at $431m, highlighting the knock-on impact Apple's dwindling sales are having on its supply chain. At the end of October, Dialog estimated sales for the final three months of 2018 to come in at a range of $430m to $470. Estimations for Dialog’s preliminary revenue for last year are currently at $1.4bn. Dialog specialises in the supply of key components such as integrated circuits and solid state lighting, a technology that makes use of LED lights. The company has seen its shares face a bumpy few weeks after Apple slashed its revenue forecast following a slowdown in iPhone sales in China. Technology intelligence - newsletter promo - EOA The smartphone maker’s revised outlook, which came after chief executive Tim Cook sent a letter to shareholders, has sent its market capitalisation tumbling to around $720.3bn despite having topped a $1tn valuation last year.  Apple is planning to release a trio of cheaper new smartphones to combat sluggish sales. However, Dialog’s results mark year-on-year revenue growth, which it attributes in part to strong sales in technologies around connectivity and new contribution from its acquisition of Silego Technology, a Silicon Valley-based chipmaker. The buyout deal was completed November 2017. Shares in the company listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange first fell 2.3pc in pre-market trading but have since recovered. The company will publish its finalised results for the year on 6th March and said that it remains “a highly cash generative business”.

If China Tech Thought 2018 Was Bad, Wait Till This Year Unfolds Many of China’s proudest technology champions were only too glad to put 2018 behind them. China’s deceleration will create ripple effects across the corporate landscape. There’s still macro uncertainty, regulatory headwinds, competition in China internet where everyone needs to invest more to counter slower user growth,” said Jerry Liu, an analyst with UBS.

Detroit auto show 2019: Why GM, Ford, Toyota are bringing dead cars back to life As the 2019 Detroit auto show begins this week with media previews, dead cars are coming back to life with a supernatural vengeance.

Britain pledges legislation in 2019 to combat deadly air pollution Britain on Monday pledged to fight air pollution and introduce new legislation this year on air quality to save lives and billions of pounds for the economy. The government said Britain would become the first major economy to adopt air quality goals based on World Health Organization recommendations regarding people's exposure to particulate matter. "Air pollution continues to shorten lives, harm our children and reduce quality of life.

Trump blasts Comey as 'total sleaze' in response to FBI probe reports The president goes on a tweetstorm in response to New York Times report of a Russia-related FBI investigation of Trump last year.

Palestinians mourn woman killed by Israeli fire at protest GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Hundreds of Palestinians gathered Saturday for the funeral of a woman killed by Israeli forces during a protest near the perimeter fence, this year's first fatality from the weekly mass demonstrations, and Israeli aircraft struck two Hamas targets in response to rocket fire.

Arab nations inch toward rehabilitating Syria's Assad BEIRUT (AP) — He has survived eight years of war and billions of dollars in money and weapons aimed at toppling him. Now Syrian President Bashar Assad is poised to be readmitted to the fold of Arab nations, a feat once deemed unthinkable as he forcefully crushed the uprising against his family's rule.

'Hero' firefighters, Spanish tourist killed in Paris gas blast A powerful gas explosion tore through a building in central Paris on Saturday killing a Spanish woman and two firefighters hailed as heroes by French President Emmanuel Macron. Dozens more were injured in the blast which also badly damaged nearby apartments, officials said. Around 200 firefighters were mobilised to battle the fire that broke out after the explosion and evacuate victims and residents in the area, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner told reporters at the scene.

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