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  • The All Blacks are facing their final Pool C game against Tonga in the Rugby World Cup without flanker and captain Richie McCaw (L)Even without a limping Richie McCaw the All Blacks go into their final group game against Tonga insisting they are ready for the World Cup knockout rounds. The All Blacks eased into the quarter-finals unbeaten after three games but without ever looking the unpenetrable fortress they are meant to be. Coach Steve Hansen has repeatedly emphasised that the lesson learned from the ill-fated 2007 campaign was that pool games are not for posting record scores but to rehearse for scenarios to be faced in the knockout stages.

    Belarusian journalist and writer Svetlana Alexievich is the favourite for the Nobel Prize in Literature on betting sitesSvetlana Alexievich of Belarus is among the bookies' favourites for Thursday's Nobel Prize in Literature but could see herself snubbed by the Swedish Academy, the awarding body that likes to surprise. Other names mentioned this year, but who were bypassed by Moki the cat, are Americans Joyce Carol Oates and Philip Roth, and Kenya's Ngugi wa Thiong'o. "I want Svetlana Alexievich to win for her visionary and hopeful journalism," journalist Maria Lundstrom said in a video posted on the Instagram account of public broadcaster Swedish Radio.

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton holds up a doll that was handed to her from the audience Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, during a campaign stop at the Westfair Amphitheater in Council Bluffs, Iowa. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton wants to crack down on bad behavior by Wall Street by punishing individual investors, financial managers and traders for misconduct, saying they will be "prosecuted and imprisoned."

    Japanese climber Nobukazu Kuriki (L) accepts his permit to climb Everest in the autumn season from Nepal's tourism minister Kripasur Sherpa (R) in Kathmandu on August 23, 2015A one-fingered Japanese climber who was attempting the first summit of Mount Everest since this year's deadly quake said Thursday he had turned back before reaching the summit. This is the fifth season Nobukazu Kuriki, who lost nine fingers on the mountain in 2012, has tried to scale the world's highest peak and he is the only climber making the dangerous attempt this year. Climbers have abandoned Everest after an earthquake-triggered avalanche killed 18 people at the mountain's base camp, and regular aftershocks since have increased the chance of avalanches.

    Journalist Matthew Keys was found guilty of giving Los Angeles Times website login information to infamous hacker group AnonymousA federal jury in Northern California found a journalist guilty of computer crimes for helping hackers deface the Los Angeles Times website. Matthew Keys was found guilty on computer fraud charges that carry a combined maximum punishment of 25 years in prison and $750,000 in fines, according to US media reports. Keys, a former Tribune Media worker, was a social media editor at Reuters when he was indicted in 2013.

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, during a campaign stop at the Westfair Amphitheater in Council Bluffs, Iowa. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server, which stored some 55,000 pages of emails from her time as secretary of state, was the subject of attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany after she left office in early 2013, according to a congressional document obtained by The Associated Press.

    NBA - Rivers not in favour of trip to ChinaLos Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers, who is taking his NBA team to China for a pair of exhibition games, says if given a choice he would rather keep his players at home. "No, I'd never go," Rivers told the Los Angeles Times when asked if the two-game trip was something he was in favour of. The Clippers are expected to fly on Wednesday to China where they are playing the Charlotte Hornets Saturday in Shenzhen and then three days later in Shanghai.

    Wider Image: Inside The United Nations HeadquartersThe United Nations said on Wednesday it was examining how donations were used from a foundation linked to one of six people charged by U.S. authorities in an alleged bribery scheme tied to a former president of the U.N. General Assembly. Prosecutors said some of the bribes were arranged through Sheri Yan, chief executive officer of a New York-based organization, and Heidi Park, its finance director, who were also arrested. U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters that the donations to the United Nations from the foundation were being scrutinized by the U.N. office for south-south cooperation, which he said was the recipient of the donations.

    South Korean government officials said last week Volkswagen planned to recall as many as 120,000 diesel cars sold in the country as part of its worldwide response to the damaging scandalVolkswagen issued a public apology in South Korea on Thursday over its global pollution-cheating scam, vowing to consider a voluntary recall in the country. "I sincerely apologize over betraying customers' trust", Volkswagen Korea President Thomas Kuehl said in a newspaper advertisement. South Korean government officials said last week Volkswagen planned to recall as many as 120,000 diesel cars sold in the country as part of its worldwide response to the damaging scandal.

    A model of the DNA double helix sits on a desk in front of professor Sara Snogerup Linse, a member of the Nobel Assembly, during a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy in StockholmSTOCKHOLM (AP) — Tomas Lindahl was eating his breakfast in England on Wednesday when the call came — ostensibly, from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. It occurred to him that this might be a hoax, but then the caller started speaking Swedish.

    A Russian warship in the Caspian Sea launches a cruise missile during a strike against Islamic State positions in Syria, on October 7, 2015Russia dramatically escalated its air war in Syria, unleashing heavy bombardments and cruise missile strikes from the Caspian Sea as cover for a major Syrian army ground offensive. Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow had begun synchronising its strikes with the army's ground movements against rebels, as the Kremlin voiced willingness to make contact with Western-backed fighters that Washington and its allies accuse it of targeting. Putin, who turned 63 on Wednesday, said Russian warships had fired cruise missiles on Islamic State group positions in Syria for the first time.

    Volkswagen AG has withdrawn its U.S. certification application for some model year 2016 vehicles over a software feature that should have been disclosed to regulators as an auxiliary emissions control device, the company's U.S. chief said on Wednesday. In written testimony submitted to a House oversight panel a day ahead of a Thursday hearing, Volkswagen America President and Chief Executive Michael Horn said the software requires approval from U.S. and California regulators as part of the process that certifies vehicles for sale in the United States. The testimony to the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations marks the latest disclosure of the Volkswagen scandal that began after the carmaker admitted to regulators that it used a software defeat device to evade U.S. emissions testing.

    A US Coast Guard member carries a life ring on October 5, 2015 recovered during the search for crew of the El Faro cargo ship believed to have sunk during Hurricane JoaquinThe US Coast Guard suspended its intensive search for survivors of "El Faro," a cargo ship believed to have sunk last week during Hurricane Joaquin with 33 crew aboard. The El Faro, which went missing on Thursday, was en route from Florida to Puerto Rico when it was caught in the ferocious storm near Crooked Island in the Bahamas. "Today, 28 American families -- from Florida to Maine -- and five Polish families are heartbroken," President Barack Obama said in a statement, paying tribute to the crew.

    In this Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, photo, Marin County Sheriff's members investigate a homicide near the top of White's Hill on Old Railroad Grade near Fairfax, Calif. A tantra teacher who made DVDs on yoga for lovers and taught classes at a clothing-optional retreat was found shot to death on a hiking trail in Northern California, still holding onto the leash of his wounded dog, authorities said. Detectives are looking for three people of interest in the killing of Steve Carter, 67.(Robert Tong/Marin Independent Journal via AP)SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — Three drifters were arrested Wednesday in Oregon in the killing of a beloved California teacher of tantra yoga who was shot dead while walking his dog along a scenic hiking trail, authorities said.

    Debris is seen in the water from the El Faro search area in this handout photo provided by the US Coast GuardBy Susan Cooper Eastman JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Reuters) - The U.S. Coast Guard on Wednesday ended its search for missing crew of the cargo ship El Faro that sank off the Bahamas last week after sailing into the path of Hurricane Joaquin. An exhaustive air and sea search for possible survivors was called off at sunset, six days after communication was lost with the ship and the 33 people aboard, the Coast Guard said. The decision came a day after federal safety officials arrived in Jacksonville, Florida, El Faro's home port, to launch an investigation into what maritime experts have called the worst cargo shipping disaster involving a U.S.-flagged vessel in more than 30 years.

    An employee of the Tokyo Stock Exchange works at the bourse in TokyoAsian stocks rose modestly on Thursday, taking their cue from gains on Wall Street as the region braced for a resumption of trading in the Chinese markets after a week-long break. Japan's Nikkei bucked the trend and lost 0.2 percent on a stronger yen. "Arguably, two of the most important developments since China's holiday began is the weakness in the U.S. employment data and, leaving aside the U.K., output of the major economies appeared to slow in August," wrote Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman.

    FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2015 file photo President and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Michael Horn at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York. Volkswagen's top U.S.-based executive is expected to testify before Congress Thursday that he first learned in 2014 of emissions problems with the German automaker's diesel cars. But in prepared remarks, Volkswagen Group of America CEO Michael Horn doesn't directly address when he was first told his company had developed on-board computer software designed to deceive emissions tests. (AP Photo/Kevin Hagen, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Volkswagen plans to withdraw applications seeking U.S. emissions certifications for its 2016 model Jettas, Golfs, Passats and Beetles with diesel engines, raising the possibility that an emissions-rigging device similar to earlier models is also included in its new cars.

    Roberta Albers walks around her home after the floodwaters start to recede at French Quarter Creek in Huger, S.C., Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. French Quarter Creek is prone to flooding, but all residents who have lived there for several decades say this is the worst it has ever been. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The latest on the rainstorm that pounded parts of the East Coast (all times local):

    FILE - In this Nov. 18, 2012 file photo, Yani Rosenthal walks with his wife Claudia, after voting in the Liberal Party primary election, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The U.S. Justice Department released a statement Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, saying that Jaime Rolando Rosenthal Oliva, his son Yani Benjamin Rosenthal and nephew Yankel Rosenthal, as well as seven businesses were labelled “specially designated narcotics traffickers” under the Kingpin Act. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio, File)TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — One of Honduras' most powerful businessmen and two of his family members have been indicted in the United States for allegedly laundering money for drug traffickers.

    Servers for data storage are seen at Advania's Thor Data Center in Hafnarfjordur, IcelandBy Yasmeen Abutaleb and Julia Fioretti SAN FRANCISCO/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. businesses from online coupon company RetailMeNot Inc to security software company Symantec Corp said a European change to rules governing transatlantic personal data transfers would hurt U.S. companies and called for a quick fix. An EU court on Tuesday struck down a deal to let U.S. and European companies easily transfer personal data between continents, leaving some U.S. companies concerned that they will be frozen out of the market or replaced by EU competitors. "The biggest fear is they'll lose the opportunity to provide data services in Europe," said Emery Simon, counselor to BSA | The Software Alliance, an industry group for software companies such as Oracle , Salesforce and IBM .

    California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks before signing a bill to combat climate change by increasing the state's renewable electricity use to 50 percent and doubling energy efficiency in existing buildings by 2030 at a ceremony at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown dramatically increased California's climate-change goals on Wednesday, committing the state to use renewable energy for half its electricity and make existing buildings twice as energy-efficient in just 15 years.

    danielwebsterBy Susan Cornwell and David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A small but influential bloc of conservative Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives threw its support behind a longshot candidate for House Speaker on Wednesday, complicating the party's efforts to elect John Boehner's successor. The approximately 40-member House Freedom Caucus agreed to vote for Representative Daniel Webster in a secret nominating ballot on Thursday, showcasing its clout as it tries to push the chamber's Republican leadership to the right to battle President Barack Obama through 2016. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy is considered the front-runner in Thursday's intra-party vote.

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The latest on a U.S.-based cargo ship that sank in the Atlantic and the search for crew members. All times local:

    The decision by the Federal Accounts Court was the latest blow to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, less than a year into her second termBrasília (AFP) - Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff suffered a major new setback Wednesday when a court ruled that her government's accounting practices were illegal, handing ammunition to opponents threatening impeachment proceedings. The decision by the Federal Accounts Court or TCU was the latest blow to Rousseff, less than a year into her second term. The court said that her government's accounting practices in 2014, including taking what amounted to unauthorized loans from state-owned banks to make up for budget shortfalls, broke the law.

    FILE - In this May 31, 2012 file photo, Steve-O hosts at the eighth annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert in Los Angeles. Steve-O was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, after pleading no contest to trespassing and a fireworks violation for an August protest he staged against Sea World atop a Hollywood crane. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Jackass" star Steve-O was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail for climbing at least 100 feet up a crane in Hollywood in a protest against SeaWorld that drew dozens of emergency responders.

    Douglas County District Attorney Rick Wesenberg talks to reporters during a news conference in Roseburg, Ore., on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. Wesenberg determined that two Roseburg Police Department detectives were justified when they fired at a gunman on the Umpqua Community College campus last week. (AP Photo/Jonathan J. Cooper)ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — The gunman who fatally shot nine people at an Oregon community college last week killed himself in front of his victims after two police officers wounded him, authorities said Wednesday.

    California Governor Jerry Brown speaks on May 19, 2015 in Sacramento, CaliforniaThe governor of California on Wednesday signed an ambitious climate change bill that aims to increase the use of renewable electricity and make buildings more energy efficient. "California has taken groundbreaking steps to increase the efficiency of our cars, buildings and appliances and provide ever more renewable energy," said Governor Jerry Brown at the signing ceremony. The bill aims for California to generate 50 percent of its electricity from renewable resources such as wind and solar energy by 2030.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has signed legislation aimed at preventing premium increases that some smaller businesses were expecting next year under his signature health care law.

    A Volkswagen logo stands next to a CCTV security camera in WolfsburgBy Andreas Cremer WOLFSBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Volkswagen said on Wednesday it would take time to get to the bottom of its rigging of diesel emissions tests, hours before the carmaker is due to give updates on its findings to German regulators and U.S. lawmakers. More than two weeks after it admitted to cheating U.S. emissions tests, Europe's largest carmaker is under pressure to identify those responsible, to say how vehicles with illegal software will be fixed and whether it also cheated in Europe. "Nobody is served by speculation or vague, preliminary progress reports," Hans Dieter Poetsch told a news conference after being confirmed as the German company's new chairman.

    Hans Dieter Poetsch, new chairman of the board of directors of the Volkswagen stock company, speaks during a press statement at the company headquarter in Wolfsburg, Germany, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. He fills a position vacated when longtime chairman Ferdinand Piech resigned in April. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)DETROIT (AP) — Auto industry insiders strongly suspect the emissions cheating scandal at Volkswagen is much wider and reaches higher up the corporate ladder than the company is letting on.

    People inspect the site of a suicide bomb attack, Tuesday night, next to a mosque in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. The attack killed seven people and wounded three. Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for the blast online. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Two airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition killed at least 15 civilians and wounded 25 others in Yemen on Wednesday at a wedding hosted by a tribal leader known to support the Houthi rebels, witnesses and independent security officials said.

    Members of the Libyan coastguard pull a boat carrying illegal African migrants, rescued as they were trying to reach Europe, at a naval base near the capital Tripoli on September 29, 2015German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday Europe needs to rewrite its "obsolete" asylum rules to tackle the migrant crisis as European warships went into action against people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Merkel made the call in a speech with French President Francois Hollande to the European Parliament -- the first such joint address since the fall of the Berlin Wall -- in which they urged the increasingly divided EU to unite to tackle a wave of problems including migration and the war in Syria. "I appeal for a new procedure" to redistribute asylum seekers "fairly" throughout the 28-nation bloc, the chancellor said.

    U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a community forum campaign event at Cornell College in Mt Vernon, IowaBy Amanda Becker and John Whitesides WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday she does not support the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), rejecting a central tenet of President Barack Obama's strategic pivot to Asia. Clinton, who backed the developing trade pact when she was secretary of state during Obama's first term, said she was worried the agreement would not do enough to crack down on currency manipulation or protect consumers from excessively high drug prices. "The bar here is very high and, based on what I have seen, I don't believe the agreement has met it," Clinton said in a statement issued during a campaign swing through Iowa.

    FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2015 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson speaks in Ankeny, Iowa. Carson says he would have sacrificed his life to help stop last week’s deadly attack in Oregon. But he’s joined the rest of the GOP’s 2016 class in refusing to support new measures to stop mass shootings. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Ben Carson's call for those caught in mass shootings to rush the attacker is drawing criticism from public safety experts and little support Wednesday from his presidential rivals.

    Francoise Saulnier, Medecins Sans Frontieres, MSF, lead counsel, Joanne Liu, President of MSF International, and Bruno Jochum, Director General of MSF Switzerland, from left to right, attend a news conference on the US air strike on a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, in Geneva, Switzerland, Wednesday, Oct. 07, 2015. Liu, told reporters that the weekend strike “was not just an attack on our hospital, it was an attack on the Geneva Conventions. This cannot be tolerated.” (Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP)GENEVA (AP) — Doctors Without Borders called Wednesday for an independent fact-finding mission to investigate a U.S. airstrike on its hospital in Afghanistan that killed at least 22 people.

    Israeli soldiers and infiltrated members of the Israeli security forces detain a Palestinian stone thrower during clashes in Beit El, on the outskirts of the West Bank city of Ramallah, on October 7, 2015In a matter of seconds, the men wearing scarves over their faces and throwing stones along with a group of Palestinians pulled out their pistols, opened fire and blew their cover. "Mustarabiin!" rang out among the crowd of about 100 Palestinians who had been hurling stones at Israeli soldiers for several hours at the Bet El checkpoint outside Ramallah. The incident on Wednesday, captured on video by an AFP journalist, offered a rare glimpse of what appeared to be Israeli infiltrators embedded in a group of Palestinian stone-throwers.

    In this July 6, 2015 photo from a video screen grab, John Benjamin Hickey, who plays scientist Frank Winter in the WGN America series "Manhattan," talks about his role in the show's second season on the set in Santa Fe, N.M. "Manhattan" returns for its second season Tuesday, Oct. 13, on WGN America. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras)SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — After the first season of WGN America's "Manhattan," actor John Benjamin Hickey sought to learn more about the Manhattan Project.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional budget analysts said Wednesday that the federal government ran a deficit of $435 billion in the just-completed budget year, the smallest deficit since 2007 and well below the record shortfalls of President Barack Obama's first term.

    Some 50 women have come forward with claims that Bill Cosby, over a period spanning four decades, drugged them and then sexually assaulted or raped themA California judge on Wednesday refused to throw out a lawsuit filed by a woman who claims comedian Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her when she was 15. Attorneys for the 78-year-old disgraced actor had sought to have Judy Huth's lawsuit tossed, alleging her lawyers had failed to follow proper procedure and arguing that the suit should not have included Cosby's name. Attorney Martin Singer said that naming Cosby in the suit that was filed in December 2014 had harmed his client and encouraged other allegations by women who claim he drugged and sexually assaulted them decades ago.

    FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2010 file photo, actor Randy Quaid arrives for an immigration hearing in Vancouver. Quaid says he could be deported from Canada next week and says he'd like to make movies in the U.S. again. He says he was detained by Canada Border Services on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. Immigration and Refugee Board spokesman Robert Gervais confirms the arrest and says Quaid will have a detention review hearing Thursday. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward, File)TORONTO (AP) — American actor Randy Quaid said Wednesday in an interview that he could be deported from Canada next week, bringing years of issues with the country's border authorities to an end.