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Burundi election body's vice president has fled country -sources

A female protester shouts at policemen during a protest against Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term in BujumburaThe vice president of Burundi's election commission has fled the country ahead of the poll, sources said on Saturday, amid a political crisis triggered by President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to run for a third term. Spes-Caritas Ndironkeye joins a senior judge and a host of dissidents who have fled the country following a failed coup attempt against Nkurunziza and as sometimes deadly protests against his decision to stand continue. The political crisis is the biggest in the east African nation since its ethnically charged civil war ended in 2005.



The Latest: Cilic walking on flowers at the French Open

Croatia's Marin Cilic's shoes are tied with five loops which appear to form a flower as he plays the third round match of the French Open tennis tournament against Argentina's Leonardo Mayer at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris, France, Saturday, May 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)PARIS (AP) — The Latest from the French Open:



U.S.-Egyptian released from Egypt jail-family

By Michael Georgy CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian-American jailed in Egypt for nearly two years for involvement in the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood has been released and is headed for the United States, his family said on Saturday. Mohamed Soltan was among thousands detained after Islamist president Mohamed Mursi was toppled in 2013 by the military under Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who is now president. "After extensive efforts, the U.S. Government has successfully secured Mohamed’s deportation back home to the U.S., mercifully concluding this dark chapter for Mohamed and our family." The family has run a campaign to free her 27-year-old brother, who had been on hunger strike in detention and has appeared emaciated in photographs.
Quake shakes buildings in Tokyo: AFP

A strong earthquake shook buildings in Tokyo on Saturday, setting off car alarms as it rattled the Japanese capital, an AFP correspondent in the city reported.



Greece open to compromise to seal deal this week: interior minister

A woman carrying bags of goods makes her way past Greek national flags and EU flags on display in AthensGreece's government is confident of reaching a deal with its creditors this week and is open to pushing back parts of its anti-austerity program to make that happen, the country's interior minister said Saturday. Greece and its EU/IMF creditors have been locked in talks for months on a cash-for-reforms deal and pressure is growing for a deal, since Athens risks default without aid from a bailout program that expires on June 30. "We believe that we can and we must have a solution and a deal within the week," Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis, who is not involved in Greece's talks with the lenders, told Skai television.





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