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Gunmen Kidnap Italian Volunteer, Shoot Children

By Humphrey Malalo and George Obulutsa

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Gunmen kidnapped an Italian volunteer and shot and wounded a woman and four children in Kenya late on Tuesday, police and witnesses said - the first abduction of a foreigner there since raids blamed on Somali Islamist militants six years ago.

Men armed with AK-47 rifles seized the 23-year-old woman from a guesthouse in Chakama, a small town close to the southeast coast, officers and local residents said.

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Suicide Bomber Kills More Than 40 in Afghanistan

A gathering of Sunni clerics observing the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad was turned into a chaotic scene when a suicide bomber infiltrated a meeting space near the Kabul International Airport.
The horrific attack killed between 43 and 50 people according to reports published by Afghan officials.

Detained Activists in Saudi Arabia Subjected to Torture, Sexual Harassment

GENEVA (Reuters) - Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch accused Saudi Arabia on Tuesday of subjecting several activists including some female human rights defenders detained since May to torture and sexual harassment.

Over a dozen women's rights activists have been arrested since May, most of whom had campaigned for the right to drive and an end to the kingdom's male guardianship system, though some have since been freed.

A group of U.

Abstain from Romaine: U.S., Canada Warn on E.coli in Lettuce

(Reuters) - Public health officials in the United States and Canada on Tuesday warned against eating romaine lettuce while they investigate an outbreak of E. coli that has sickened 50 people in the two countries, including 13 who were hospitalized.

The alerts, issued as millions of Americans plan their Thanksgiving Day menus, covered all forms of romaine, including whole heads, hearts, bags, mixes and Caesar salad.

Officials were uncertain of the source of the tainted lettuce.

Judge Voids U.S. Female Genital Mutilation Law

By Jonathan Stempel

(Reuters) - A federal judge in Detroit on Tuesday declared unconstitutional a U.S. law banning female genital mutilation, and also dismissed several charges against two doctors and others in the first U.S. criminal case of its kind.

U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman said Congress lacked authority under the Commerce Clause to adopt the 1996 law, and that the power to outlaw female genital mutilation, or FGM, belonged to individual states.

Rain Moves into the West and Cold Temperatures Remain for the Northeast

The devastating wildfires still burning across parts of California continue to be a problem for firefighters struggling to contain these blazes.
However, Mother Nature could play a role in putting an end to this damaging problem with a large amount of rain moving into the West Coast from the Pacific Northwest to parts of Southern California.

Trump Submits Written Answers to Questions from Special Counsel

By Karen Freifeld

(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump has submitted written answers to questions from Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign, Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said on Tuesday.

"We answered every question they asked that was legitimately pre-election and focused on Russia," Giuliani said in an interview.

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