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Updated at 4:26 PM

ABOARD THE USS KEARSARGE (AP) " The American airstrike that may have killed a number of Iraqi soldiers on Friday seems to be "a mistake that involved both sides," U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Saturday. Iraq pledged to punish those responsible.

Updated at 4:25 PM

SANAA, Yemen (AP) " Fierce fighting in northern Yemen near the Saudi border has killed more than 75 troops over the past three days, Yemeni security sources and witnesses said Saturday, casting a cloud over already tenuous peace talks in Switzerland.

Updated at 4:19 PM

ROME (AP) " An Italian cardinal whose penthouse apartment was reportedly renovated using funds from a Vatican-run children's hospital has made a large donation for medical research in a bid to make amends, the hospital's president said Saturday.

Updated at 4:12 PM

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) " The girlfriend of one of the 14 people killed in the Dec. 2 shooting in San Bernardino said President Barack Obama immediately asked her for a hug when he came to talk with her.

Updated at 4:02 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " Is it a dime? Or is it a nail?

Updated at 3:51 PM

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) " An avalanche smashed into at least 10 houses Saturday on the remote Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, killing one man and sending nine other people to the hospital, authorities said.

Updated at 3:47 PM

BERLIN (AP) " The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan have met in Switzerland to discuss their long-running dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Updated at 3:46 PM

KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) " The head of Rwanda's electoral commission says provisional results show Rwandans have voted overwhelmingly to lift term limits to allow President Paul Kagame to run for more terms in office.

Updated at 3:45 PM

HONOLULU (AP) " President Barack Obama has vetoed two measures that would have blocked steps that his administration is taking to address climate change.

Updated at 3:45 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " A surge of outreach teams set to be deployed by New York City to deal with its persistent street homelessness problem has a deceptively simple goal: talk to as many homeless people as possible, as often as possible.

Updated at 3:42 PM

BERLIN (AP) " Conductor Kurt Masur, who was credited with helping prevent violence after the collapse of communism in East Germany and later reinvigorated the New York Philharmonic during an 11-year stint as music director, has died at 88.

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