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QUITO, Ecuador (AP) \u2014 Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno is calling WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a hacker.

But Moreno added Monday that even though he considers Assange a hacker, Ecuador's government will allow the Australian to remain at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

Assange responded on Twitter that he is a journalist and editor, and said even the U.S. does not call him a hacker.

Speaking to journalists in Quito, Moreno called on Assange not to interfere in internal politics of Ecuador or other countries.

Assange wrote on his Twitter account last week that he would publish evidence of corruption in Ecuador if he received it.

He has been under the protection of the Ecuadorian Embassy for almost five years.

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The mayor of Portland, Oregon, on Monday urged U.S. officials and organizers to cancel a \"Trump Free Speech Rally\" and similar events, saying they are inappropriate could be dangerous after two men were stabbed to death on a train as they tried to help a pair of young women targeted by an anti-Muslim tirade.

Mayor Ted Wheeler said he hopes the victims will inspire \"changes in the political dialogue in this country.\"

Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, 23, and Ricky John Best, 53, were killed as they tried to stop Jeremy Joseph Christian from harassing the women, one of whom was wearing a hijab, authorities say. Another who stepped in was seriously injured.

Christian's social media postings indicate an affinity for Nazis and political violence. He was charged with aggravated murder, intimidation \u2014 the state equivalent of a hate crime \u2014 and being a felon in possession of a weapon and was scheduled to be in court Tuesday.

The federal government has issued a permit for the free-speech rally Saturday and has yet to give a permit for an event June 10. The mayor says his main concern was the participants \"coming to peddle a message of hatred,\" saying hate speech is not protected by the Constitution.

A Facebook page for the event says there would be speakers and live music in \"one of the most liberal areas on the West Coast.\" It features Kyle Chapman, who describes himself as an American nationalist and ardent supporter of President Donald Trump. Chapman was arrested at a March 4 protest in Berkeley, California.

Trump condemned the stabbing, writing Monday on Twitter: \"The violent attacks in Portland on Friday are unacceptable. The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our prayers are w/ them.\"

Wheeler said he appreciated Trump's words but stressed the need for action.

\"I hope we rise to the memory of these two gentlemen who lost their lives,\" the mayor told reporters. \"Let's do them honor by standing with them and carrying on their legacy of standing up to hate and bigotry and violence.\"

The mother of one of the targets of the rant said she was overwhelmed with gratitude and sadness for the strangers who died defending her daughter, 16-year-old Destinee Mangum.

Mangum told news station KPTV that she and her 17-year-old friend were riding the train when Christian started yelling at them. She said her friend is Muslim, but she's not.

\"He told us to go back to Saudi Arabia, and he told us we shouldn't be here, to get out of his country,\" Mangum said. \"He was just telling us that we basically weren't anything and that we should kill ourselves.\"

The teens moved toward the back of the train, preparing to get off at the next stop.

\"And then we turned around while they were fighting, and he just started stabbing people, and it was just blood everywhere, and we just started running for our lives,\" Mangum said.

Micah David-Cole Fletcher, 21, was stabbed in the neck. His girlfriend, Miranda Helm, told The Oregonian/OregonLive that he was recovering his strength in the hospital and eating.

Telephone messages left at the home of Christian's mother Sunday and Monday were not returned. It was not clear if he had a lawyer yet.

Christian served prison time after holding up employees at a convenience store with a gun in 2002, court records show. He was sent back after pleading guilty in 2011 to being a felon in possession of a firearm. He went back again in 2013 for violating a condition of his release, according to court records.

Tomica Clark told The Oregonian/OregonLive that she has known Christian since elementary school. She said she was surprised to hear people call Christian racist. Clark is black and said Christian had many black friends.

\"He never disrespected me,\" Clark said, but added that he changed after he got out of prison.

\"Prison took the real him away,\" she said.

___

Bellisle reported from Seattle.

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) \u2014 Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles has been tear-gassed during a protest in the capital.

The former presidential candidate was gassed Monday by soldiers who were trying to control an opposition protest that blocked a highway.

His bodyguards helped him get out of the scrum of protesters. Capriles says soldiers assaulted members of his team as they tried to move away from the crowd.

The demonstrators had been trying to make their way to a government office in the center of Caracas, but were blocked by hundreds of soldiers in riot gear and armored cars.

Such scenes have played out again and again during two months of near-daily protests by opponents of Venezuela's socialist government.

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BOSTON (AP) \u2014 In a story May 28 about the stalled efforts to deport a U.S. refugee in Massachusetts, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the man was in jail. The man was released from jail May 25.

A corrected version of the story is below:

Refugee freed as US continues to seek country to take him

A U.S. refugee and convicted felon sitting in jail as federal immigration officials tried to find a country that would take him has been released, pending the resolution of the deportation issue

BOSTON (AP) \u2014 A U.S. refugee and convicted felon sitting in jail as federal immigration officials tried to find a country that would take him has been released, pending the resolution of the deportation issue.

A federal judge in Boston ordered Sreynuon Lunn, 32, released from the Suffolk County jail Thursday and placed under electronic monitoring, U.S. District Court records show.

The Department of Homeland Security has designated Cambodia as Lunn's country of origin but Cambodia has denied Lunn is a citizen.

Lunn was jailed in October on unarmed robbery charges but continued to be held even after the charges were ultimately dismissed. Lunn has a felony conviction from a prior case, and a judge ordered him held on a so-called Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer.

Lunn was born in a Thai refugee camp to Cambodian parents fleeing the Khmer Rouge and brought to the United States as a 7-month-old child. He was legally allowed into the country as a refugee and given lawful permanent resident status.

Lawyers with the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts petitioned the federal court May 22 for Lunn's release. They said Cambodian officials have denied Lunn is a Cambodian citizen for nine years and have refused to issue him travel papers. Thai officials also have said they don't consider Lunn a citizen of Thailand.

\"If the government cannot deport Mr. Lunn, it has to let him go,\" Matthew Segal, legal director at the ACLU of Massachusetts, said in asking that Lunn be released from jail.

Shawn Neudauer, a spokesman with Homeland Security, declined to comment while the issue is pending before the courts.

It's not the first time the government has attempted to deport Lunn, who has raised two children born in the United States. Immigration officials first tried in 2009 after he was convicted of an aggravated felony.

Lunn's lawyers said he contacted the Cambodian Embassy in Washington, D.C., multiple times, but embassy personnel told him that they were unwilling to issue the necessary travel documents because Lunn was not a Cambodian citizen.

Homeland Security officials ultimately released him.

The pattern would be repeated two more times, according to court records.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican, last year allowed the state police to temporarily detain some people wanted by federal immigration authorities, reversing a previous policy put in place during the administration of former Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick.

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BOSTON (AP) \u2014 Americans turned out by the thousands Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy on the day he would have turned 100.

The United States Postal Service commemorated Kennedy's centennial with a dedication of a JFK postage stamp in Brookline, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb where the late president was born on May 29, 1917.

The image on the stamp is a 1960 photograph by Ted Spiegel of Kennedy when he was campaigning for president in Seattle. Boston Postmaster Nick Francescucci said the stamp was selected because of the way Kennedy was looking up.

\"His eyes were high, they were looking to the sky (and) it looked like there was a big bright future ahead of us,\" Francescucci said.

Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III gave the keynote speech at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site \u2014 JFK's birthplace and childhood home. His great-uncle, he said, was a man who had honest and infectious pride. He not only implored a generation to serve, but he promised them a country worthy of their service, the congressman said.

A wreath-laying ceremony also was held to honor the 35th U.S. president at his gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Kennedy served as president from January 1961 until he was assassinated Nov. 22, 1963. He was 46.

In Boston, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum held a birthday celebration that included a cake made by the family of the baker who made the engagement cake for then-Sen. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier, museum officials said. The celebration capped a long Memorial Day holiday weekend of events to honor Kennedy's legacy and drew thousands of visitors on his centennial celebration.

\"There's no one issue or one event that we could do to highlight the different facets of (Kennedy),\"said Steven Rothstein, the library foundation's executive director. \"Many of his key ideas are timeless. We fundamentally believe that JFK is a visionary who never goes out of style.\"

The late president's commitment to service also was celebrated at a Saturday ceremony co-hosted by the National Peace Corps Association. Association president Glenn Blumhorst said those who have served in the Peace Corps see themselves as \"the living legacy of JFK.\"

Kennedy issued an executive order establishing the Peace Corps in 1961.

\"His call to service in asking what we can do for our country is the way that we responded,\" Blumhorst said. \"We feel that that is one way of completing our national service.\"

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BAGHDAD (AP) \u2014 Iraqi officials say a car bomb exploded outside a popular ice cream shop in Baghdad, killing 10 people and wounding 22.

Hospital and police officials say the attack struck late Monday just days into the holy month of Ramadan when Muslims fast during daylight hours. As families break their fast after sundown, restaurants and cafes in Baghdad quickly fill up.

The officials say the bombing targeted a popular ice cream shop in central Baghdad and involved explosives left in a parked car. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations.

No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, but the Islamic State group has claimed similar attacks in the past, including a big truck bombing during Ramadan last year that killed hundreds of people.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 A retired New York City firefighter who spent months digging through debris after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, then became a key voice in fighting for health care for first responders while wracked with late-stage cancer himself, has died, the fire department said.

Raymond Pfeifer died Sunday after an eight-year fight with the disease, the department said. He was 59.

Pfeifer was among those who lobbied fiercely for the renewal of the Zadroga Act, which provides health benefits to first responders who fell ill after the attacks in 2001. He and others, including comedian Jon Stewart, went to Congress to challenge lawmakers to extend health monitoring and treatment for Sept. 11 first responders in 2015. Congress ultimately did reauthorize the program.

\"I was just a poster boy,\" Pfeifer said when he was honored at New York City Hall in January 2016. But \"we got something done. ... It was hard-fought. We dealt with people that didn't really get it.\"

Stewart, meanwhile, said he had merely been Pfeifer's \"wingman\" on their trips to Washington.

Pfeifer served over 27 years in the Fire Department before retiring in 2014, according to a Daily News of New York profile of him the next year.

\"It was exciting from day one up to the last day I worked, every single minute,\" he told the newspaper. \"I was proud every day to put that uniform on.\"

\"It was a great way of living,\" he said.

Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said Sunday that Pfeifer was \"a true fighter,\" from battling blazes to pressing for help for sickened 9/11 first responders.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) \u2014 The airport hangar facade from the opening scene of \"Casablanca\" has found a home a decade after being saved from the wrecking ball.

The arched facade dating to the 1920s has been in a Los Angeles parking lot since it was removed during 2007 renovations at Van Nuys Airport.

The hangar with 95-foot doors appeared in movies including the 1939 Laurel and Hardy comedy \"The Flying Deuces.\" Most famously a plane lands in front of it in 1942's \"Casablanca,\" starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

Christine Dunn, who with her late husband recovered the hangar 10 years ago, told the Daily News on Sunday (http://bit.ly/2qv0Y9L ) that it'll be moved to Valley Relics Museum, home to many pop culture items.

The goal is to restore it as part of a Moroccan-themed restaurant at Van Nuys Airport.

___

Information from: (Los Angeles) Daily News, http://www.dailynews.com

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SAO PAULO (AP) \u2014 The union representing Brazil's federal police investigators expressed concerns Monday about how probes into government corruption will be handled by the newly named justice minister, who is a personal friend of President Michel Temer.

Torquato Jardim, who will oversee the investigators and other members of the federal police department, in the past has criticized the \"Car Wash\" corruption probe that has now spread to include alleged bribes by a construction company of politicians around Latin America.

Jardim was appointed to the post on Sunday by Temer, who himself is under investigation for alleged obstruction of justice and corruption. The unpopular president has seen his support in Congress shrink amid growing pressures for him to step down. He denies any wrongdoing and has said he won't resign.

The union of federal police investigators said in a statement Sunday night that members had no idea the appointment of Jardim was coming. It added that the change in justice ministers \"brings concerns and uncertainty over the possibility of interference in the work performed by the federal police.\"

Jardim is Brazil's third justice minister in about a year. He has criticized federal police investigations, raids and strategies in the recent past.

He replaced Osmar Serraglio, who was also criticized in the past by the police investigators union. There were reports Serraglio would take over Jardim's previous position as transparency minister, but Temer had not confirmed that. Employees in several offices of the Transparency Ministry put up signs and banners protesting Serraglio getting that post.

Serraglio had been under pressure to resign as justice minister after he was linked to a corruption investigation in the meat business, but he stayed on the job until Temer decided to bring Jardim in. The president did not explain why he made the change.

Until a few years ago, Jardim was a member of Brazil's top electoral court, which on June 6 will launch a trial that could remove Temer from office on charges of illegal campaign financing as well as strip impeached former President Dilma Rousseff of her right to run for office for up to eight years.

Supreme Court Justice Gilmar Mendes, who serves as chairman of the seven-judge electoral court, said Monday that it's not up to the judges to resolve Brazil's political crisis.

\"The trial will be on legal issues,\" said Mendes, who has also been Temer's personal friend for decades. The justice also said it wouldn't be surprising if one of the members of the court decided to review the case, which would stop the sessions for an undefined amount of time.

Mendes defended Temer's choice of Jardim for the Cabinet position, saying after an event in Sao Paulo that \"he is very respected and he will certainly do his job very well.\"

The political uncertainty has worsened projections for the Brazilian economy, which is mired in its worst recession in decades. A report by the country's central bank showed pessimism on several different fronts, including growth, inflation and exchange rates.

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BOSTON (AP) \u2014 The Latest on celebrating the life and legacy of John F. Kennedy on the day he would have turned 100 (all times local):

5:30 p.m.

Thousands have gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy on the day he would have turned 100.

The United States Postal Service commemorated Kennedy's centennial Monday with a dedication of a new JFK postage stamp in Brookline, Massachusetts, where the late president was born on May 29, 1917.

Boston's John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum held a birthday celebration. Museum officials say thousands attended its events.

Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III, a great-nephew of JFK, delivered the keynote at a ceremony held at the U.S. National Park, and a ceremony was held to honor the 35th U.S. president at his gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

Kennedy was 46 when he was assassinated Nov. 22, 1963.

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10:30 a.m.

A wreath-laying ceremony has taken place as part of the planned celebration of the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy on the day he would have turned 100.

A ceremony was held Monday morning to honor the 35th U.S. president at his gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum will hold a birthday celebration that includes a flyover from the U.S. Navy. The Boston museum unveiled a new exhibit Friday featuring 100 original artifacts, documents and photographs from Kennedy's life and political career.

Kennedy was 46 when he was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963.

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12:10 a.m.

The life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy will be celebrated on the day he would have turned 100.

The United States Postal Service plans to commemorate Kennedy's centennial Monday with a dedication of a new JFK postage stamp in Brookline, Massachusetts, where the late president was born on May 29, 1917.

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum will hold a birthday celebration that includes a flyover from the U.S. Navy. The Boston museum unveiled a new exhibit Friday featuring 100 original artifacts, documents and photographs from Kennedy's life and political career.

Kennedy was 46 when he was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963.

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LONDON (AP) \u2014 Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn faced tough questions and a skeptical audience in a live TV event Monday night ahead of next week's parliamentary elections.

It was not a debate, but did air policy and stylistic differences between the two foes. They did not appear together but were questioned separately by members of the audience and by aggressive interviewer Jeremy Paxman.

The June 8 election pits May, the Conservative Party leader who opposed Brexit before the referendum last June but now favors it, against Corbyn, who has alienated many longtime Labour supporters with his hard-left views.

The \"Battle for Number 10\" show broadcast on Sky News and Channel 4 brought the two prime contenders together in the same studio at the same time, but they did not appear together at any point. Voters are not likely to get a true debate before the vote.

Facing harsh questioning from Paxman, one of Britain's best known TV journalists, May defended her about-face on Brexit. She rebuffed his repeated attempts to get her to say whether she now thinks leaving the European Union is a good idea, saying only that the British voters have decided and that she is determined to get the best deal possible.

\"We are doing the right thing in making a success of Brexit,\" she said, vowing to maintain her reputation as a \"bloody difficult woman\" during talks with European Union leaders if her party wins the election and keeps power.

But Paxman set the tone by saying that if he were an EU negotiator who had observed all her recent flip flops, he would think of her as a \"blowhard who collapses at the first sound of gunfire.\"

May often found herself on the defensive as audience members grilled her on cuts to the police, National Health Service and education, and a so-called \"dementia tax\" that might make it harder for elderly Britons to pass on their property to their heirs.

At one point a heckler yelled, \"You've clearly failed.\"

Corbyn did not enjoy smooth sailing either, with Paxman making numerous accusations and typically cutting Corbyn off before he could reply. Paxman challenged Corbyn's refusal to denounce the Irish Republican Army and his having met with Hamas officials and suggested the Labour leader would seek to abolish the monarchy if his party triumphed.

Corbyn said getting rid of Britain's constitutional monarchy is \"certainly not on my agenda.\"

He said he was fighting the election for \"social justice\" and to reduce poverty, not to change the law regarding the monarch.

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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) \u2014 The Latest on two fatal shootings in Miami Beach (all times local):

5:40 p.m.

A New York man faces a murder charge after a parking dispute escalated into gunfire in Florida.

An arrest report says 19-year-old Jeffery Alexander of Brooklyn, New York, was riding in a BMW attempting to parallel park late Sunday on Miami Beach's popular Ocean Drive.

Police said the BMW hit a parked Buick several times before the Buick's owner walked over with a friend.

The report says the BMW's driver handed a gun to Alexander, who fired as the car pulled away from the parking space.

The Buick's owner was shot in the leg. Thirty-year-old Ladarian Tyrell Phillips of Homestead, Florida, was fatally shot in the back.

Alexander was held without bond Monday at a Miami-Dade County jail on charges of second-degree murder and second-degree attempted murder. Jail records didn't show whether he had an attorney.

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10:40 a.m.

Two men were fatally shot after an argument over a parking space in a crowded Florida tourist district.

Miami Beach Police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez says two Miami-Dade County men suffered gunshot wounds in the dispute late Sunday along a popular stretch of Ocean Drive. One victim died at a hospital.

Rodriguez says a car fleeing the scene crashed into two police cars several blocks away but didn't stop completely until two officers fired at it.

One suspect in the car was shot and died at a hospital. Three other suspects in the car were detained.

Rodriguez says investigators believe they have identified the shooter from parking space dispute, and charges are pending.

Miami-Dade Police will investigate the shooting involving the two Miami Beach officers. Both were placed on administrative leave.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Americans marched in Memorial Day parades Monday and came together in solemn ceremonies to pay their respects to those killed in service to the country.

Remembrances of fallen military members went from New York City, where Memorial Day fell on the last day of Fleet Week New York, to Los Angeles, where an 8-foot bronze sculpture was being unveiled in honor of the dead.

The day also coincided with historical moments \u2014 the 100th anniversary of the birth of President John F. Kennedy. A wreath was placed at the gravesite of the 35th U.S. president, buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, alongside hundreds of other veterans.

The cemetery also was visited by the current president, Donald Trump, who laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the annual ceremony there.

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FLEET WEEK

In New York City, the military presence had been notable all week, as several thousand sailors, Marines and Coast Guard members were present for Fleet Week New York, ending on the holiday. The ships that brought them were scheduled to leave Tuesday.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio joined active service members and veterans aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, a decommissioned aircraft carrier, for its annual commemoration while Gov. Andrew Cuomo marked the day by taking part in multiple parades.

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MOTORCYCLE RIDE

Thousands of motorcyclists took to the streets of Riverside County, east of Los Angeles, for the annual West Coast Thunder ride. The event honors lost service men and women. Quieter commemorations in California included a cemetery walk and community picnic at the Presidio, a park and former military fort in San Francisco. In Los Angeles, the Enduring Heroes Memorial sculpture was unveiled to show a combat soldier hoisting the American flag, a monument to service members from the Pasadena area killed in Iraq, Afghanistan and while fighting terrorism.

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REMEMBERING SACRIFICE

Arizonans gathered at four veterans cemeteries across the state to honor service members who died in conflicts. The events in Phoenix, Sierra Vista, Marana outside Tucson and at Camp Navajo near Flagstaff drew hundreds of people. Gov. Doug Ducey issued a statement urging Arizonans to pause from holiday celebrations and remember those whose sacrifices made the day possible.

\"They answered the call of duty, dedicated themselves to a higher purpose, and, when the time came, gave what Lincoln called their 'last full measure of devotion,'\" Ducey said. \"This day is their day, and we are eternally grateful for their sacrifices.\"

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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) \u2014 Jesuits in El Salvador asked the government Monday to commute a former military colonel's prison sentence for the 1989 killings of six priests from their order and two female employees.

In presenting their request to the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, the Society of Jesus also reiterated that it forgives former Col. Guillermo Benavides, who has 26 years remaining on his 30-year sentence.

\"We make this petition on the basis that, from our perspective, the process of truth, justice and reparations has been fulfilled,\" said Andreu Oliva, a priest who also is director of Central American University.

There was no immediate comment from the ministry or other government entities.

Benavides and a lieutenant, both members of an elite, U.S.-trained battalion, were convicted in the killings but then freed under a 1993 amnesty decree covering crimes during the Central American nation's civil war. The Supreme Court declared the amnesty unconstitutional in 2016, and Benavides returned to prison despite appeals from his lawyers.

Jose Maria Tojeira, a priest who directs the university's Human Rights Institute, said there several reasons for seeking Benavides' freedom.

\"We are aware of his regret and his admission of the error,\" Tojeira said, adding that the 74-year-old ex-soldier \"no longer represents a danger to the Salvadoran people.\"

Tojeira also said the Jesuits believe Benavides is a \"scapegoat\" for those who ordered the massacre and were never punished. The Jesuits consider the case against the killers closed but continue to seek clarity on the intellectual authors of the crime.

Among those sought in the case are former Col. Inocente Orlando Montano Morales, who oversaw El Salvador's National Police as vice minister for public security in the 1980s. Montano was recently taken from North Carolina to a jail in Virginia where he is fighting extradition to Spain, which wants to try him because most of the slain priests were Spaniards.

Spanish priests Segundo Montes, Ignacio Ellacuria, Ignacio Martin Baro, Armando Lopez, Juan Ramon Moreno and Salvadoran priest Joaquin Lopez were killed in November 1989 along with the two employees, Elba and Celina Ramos. Troops made the victims kneel and then shot them in the head in the garden of their residence on the Central American University campus.

Outrage over the massacre prompted a U.S. congressional investigation which found that members of the force that killed the priests had received training from the U.S. military.

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ELM GROVE, Wis. (AP) \u2014 Three people were injured when show ponies pulling a wagon in a Memorial Day parade in southeastern Wisconsin rushed onto a crowded sidewalk.

Authorities say a 9-year-old boy and a 58-year-old woman who were struck by the carriage Monday in Elm Grove were taken to a hospital. The boy, who is from Racine, suffered a minor cut and stomach pain. The woman, of Brookfield, suffered ankle, shoulder and head injuries.

A 77-year-old Milwaukee man was struck by the ponies but refused to be taken to a hospital.

Police say the ponies might have been startled by tennis balls that children threw or fireworks.

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CARY, N.C. (AP) \u2014 A burglary suspect killed by a police officer in North Carolina fired a stolen gun when he was finally cornered about three hours after officers first saw him running from a home in a suburban neighborhood, authorities said.

A gun that had been taken in a rash of burglaries and break-ins early Sunday morning was found near where Shaquian Johnson was shot, Cary Police Chief Tony Godwin said at a news conference Monday.

Johnson, 22, was seen running from the home in the suburban Raleigh town shortly after a woman and her granddaughter called 911 around 2:30 a.m. Sunday after the younger woman saw Johnson creep into the home through the garage door, authorities said.

Police called in tracking dogs and officer A.J. Lopez found Johnson about three hours later. He told investigators he heard a gunshot and saw a muzzle flash as he tried to arrest Johnson, Godwin said.

Lopez and other officers were not wearing body cameras, the police chief said.

Lopez has been taken off patrol as the State Bureau of Investigation looks into the shooting. The 29-year-old officer has worked in Cary since 2015.

Goodwin said residents who live in the neighborhood reported several car break-ins early Sunday morning.

\"We are thankful that a little girl and her grandmother are safe,\" Godwin said. \"We are heartbroken that a mother will never see her son again.\"

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VERSAILLES, France (AP) \u2014 Flexing his diplomatic muscles, French President Emmanuel Macron said he had \"extremely frank\" and \"direct\" talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday and launched an extraordinary attack on two state-funded Russian media outlets he accused of spreading \"lying propaganda\" during France's presidential campaign.

Macron's full-on blast at the state news agency Sputnik and broadcaster Russia Today came at a news conference with Putin standing at his side. His comments underscored the clear differences between the two men on multiple issues and fulfilled the French president's campaign promises to pull no punches with Russia when needed.

But after more than two hours of meetings \u2014 their first since Macron's May 7 election and longer than scheduled \u2014 both leaders also signaled a shared desire not to let disagreements define their fledgling relationship. The fight against terrorism, in particular, appeared to offer common ground.

Putin said Macron proposed a framework for French and Russian anti-terror experts to meet and work together. And both leaders agreed they don't want Syria \u2014 where Russia is propping up the government of President Bashar Assad \u2014 to collapse into a failed state.

Progress in Syria \"will happen by a joint effort, which today we laid the foundations for,\" Macron said.

Speaking through a translator, Putin said the two countries were \"totally capable of trying to progress together\" on world affairs.

\"What unites us allows us to hope that the possibility exists to improve our ties,\" he added later.

But there was no disguising the rifts.

Macron said he spoke to Putin about LGBT rights in the Russian republic of Chechnya and about the rights of embattled non-governmental organizations in Russia, vowing to be \"vigilant\" on these issues. Earlier Monday, human rights activists protesting near the Eiffel Tower displayed a banner that said, \"Stop homophobia in Chechnya.\"

Any use of chemical weapons in Syria is a \"red line\" for France and would be met by \"reprisals\" and an \"immediate riposte\" from the government, Macron said.

He did not specify the form of such reprisals, but France flies warplanes over Syria and Iraq, striking Islamic State targets as part of an international coalition.

On Sputnik and Russia Today, Macron showed little restraint, saying the two organizations spread \"untruths about me and my campaign\" during the French election.

\"I will not give an inch on this,\" he said. \"Russia Today and Sputnik ... behaved as organs of influence, of propaganda, of lying propaganda.\"

Putin, seemingly unfazed, pushed back any suggestion that Russia sought to influence the election. Russian meddling became a concern in France after allegations that Russia sought to interfere in the U.S. presidential contest that elected Donald Trump and after a document leak hit Macron's campaign in the final hours of the French race.

Putin also hosted Macron's far-right rival, Marine Le Pen, at the Kremlin in March. On Monday, he defended that gesture as simple good manners, saying it would have been strange to rebuff Le Pen's Russia-friendly overtures.

\"That doesn't mean that we tried to influence the results of the election. Besides, that is almost impossible,\" he said.

Macron was the first Western leader to speak to Putin after the Group of Seven summit the French leader attended over the weekend, where relations with Russia were a key topic. These first forays into world diplomacy by the French president who has never before held elected office have shown the 39-year-old to be a quick learner and self-confident, willing to take the calculated risk of voicing firm views on thorny issues.

Macron portrayed the Putin meeting as just a first step in resetting relations with Russia.

\"Big things are built over time,\" he said. \"It was an exchange that was extremely frank, direct, with a lot of things that were said.\"

\"We have disagreements, but at least we talked about them,\" he added.

After the deterioration in ties under Macron's predecessor, Socialist Francois Hollande, Putin expressed the hope that in Macron and his team there will be \"more people who understand us.\"

The body language Monday was good. Their first handshakes \u2014 relatively brief and cordial \u2014 were far less macho than Macron's now-famous who-will-blink-first handshake showdown with Trump when the two leaders met last week for the first time. Macron and Putin also hugged goodbye and shook hands, both smiling, after ending their meetings with a visit to an exhibit about the 300th anniversary of Russian Czar Peter the Great's trip to Paris.

The venue for the exhibit and Putin's visit was the sumptuous Palace of Versailles, west of Paris. Putin seemed wowed, saying he was \"very impressed by the grandeur of France, by its history.\"

The news conference was held in the palace's largest room, the Gallery of Great Battles, which celebrates 14 centuries of French military successes.

Macron, almost lecturing Putin, couldn't resist the opportunity to hammer home a message.

\"These military victories,\" he said, \"should never make us forget that they were always the result of lack of understanding.\"

___

Leicester reported from Paris. Associated Press Writer Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow contributed to this report.

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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) \u2014 The Latest on fatal stabbings in Portland, Oregon (all times local):

2:20 p.m.

The mayor of Portland, Oregon, is calling on the federal government and organizers to cancel a \"Trump Free Speech Rally\" and other events next weekend after the fatal stabbing of two people who confronted a man hurling racial slurs at two young women on a train.

Mayor Ted Wheeler said Monday that the community is sad and angry, and the rallies are inappropriate and could be dangerous. He says his main concern is participants are \"coming to pedal a message of hatred.\"

Wheeler said the three men who intervened on the train Friday were willing to give their lives to stand up for people they didn't know.

He says he hopes their actions inspire \"changes in the political dialogue in this country\" and that people put aside their hate and honor the victims.

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10:10 a.m.

The mother of one of the girls who was the target of a hate-filled rant against Muslims on a Portland train says she's overwhelmed with gratitude and sadness for the strangers who were stabbed to death when they came to her daughter's defense.

Dyjuana Hudson posted a photo on her Facebook page of Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, saying: \"Thank you thank you thank you... You will always be our hero.\"

Authorities say Meche and Ricky John Best were killed Friday trying to stop Jeremy Joseph Christian from harassing Hudson's daughter, Destinee Mangum, and her friend. The friend was wearing a hijab.

Christian was arrested on charges of aggravated murder, intimidation and being a felon in possession of a handgun.

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9:50 a.m.

President Donald Trump is condemning the fatal stabbing of two good Samaritans trying to help two young women targeted by an anti-Muslim rant in Portland, Oregon.

Trump tweeted Monday: \"The violent attacks in Portland on Friday are unacceptable. The victims were standing up to hate and intolerance. Our prayers are w/ them.\"

The attacks came on a light rail train on the first day of Ramadan, the holiest time of year for Muslims.

Police identified the dead as 53-year-old Ricky John Best of Happy Valley, Oregon, and 23-year-old Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche of Portland. Mayor Ted Wheeler said Best was an Army veteran and a city employee.

Police have arrested Jeremy Joseph Christian in connection with the killings and say they're looking at his extremist ideology.

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This item has been corrected to show that one of the women isn't Muslim.

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VERSAILLES, France \u2014 Flexing his diplomatic muscles, French President Emmanuel Macron said he had \"extremely frank\" and \"direct\" talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday and launched an extraordinary attack on two state-funded Russian media outlets he accused of spreading \"lying propaganda\" during France's presidential campaign.

Macron's full-on blast at the state news agency Sputnik and broadcaster Russia Today came at a news conference with Putin standing at his side. His comments underscored the clear differences between the two men on multiple issues and fulfilled the French president's campaign promises to pull no punches with Russia when needed.

But after more than two hours of meetings \u2014 their first since Macron's May 7 election and longer than scheduled \u2014 both leaders also signaled a shared desire not to let disagreements define their fledgling relationship. The fight against terrorism, in particular, appeared to offer common ground.

Putin said Macron proposed a framework for French and Russian anti-terror experts to meet and work together. And both leaders agreed they don't want Syria \u2014 where Russia is propping up the government of President Bashar Assad \u2014 to collapse into a failed state.

Progress in Syria \"will happen by a joint effort, which today we laid the foundations for,\" Macron said.

Speaking through a translator, Putin said the two countries were \"totally capable of trying to progress together\" on world affairs.

\"What unites us allows us to hope that the possibility exists to improve our ties,\" he added later.

But there was no disguising the rifts.

Macron said he spoke to Putin about LGBT rights in the Russian republic of Chechnya and about the rights of embattled non-governmental organizations in Russia, vowing to be \"vigilant\" on these issues. Earlier Monday, human rights activists protesting near the Eiffel Tower displayed a banner that said, \"Stop homophobia in Chechnya.\"

Any use of chemical weapons in Syria is a \"red line\" for France and would be met by \"reprisals\" and an \"immediate riposte\" from the government, Macron said.

He did not specify the form of such reprisals, but France flies warplanes over Syria and Iraq, striking Islamic State targets as part of an international coalition.

On Sputnik and Russia Today, Macron showed little restraint, saying the two organizations spread \"untruths about me and my campaign\" during the French election.

\"I will not give an inch on this,\" he said. \"Russia Today and Sputnik ... behaved as organs of influence, of propaganda, of lying propaganda.\"

Putin, seemingly unfazed, pushed back any suggestion that Russia sought to influence the election. Russian meddling became a concern in France after allegations that Russia sought to interfere in the U.S. presidential contest that elected Donald Trump and after a document leak hit Macron's campaign in the final hours of the French race.

Putin also hosted Macron's far-right rival, Marine Le Pen, at the Kremlin in March. On Monday, he defended that gesture as simple good manners, saying it would have been strange to rebuff Le Pen's Russia-friendly overtures.

\"That doesn't mean that we tried to influence the results of the election. Besides, that is almost impossible,\" he said.

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MARION, Mass. (AP) \u2014 Special prosecutor Robert Mueller III has given a heart-warming address to Massachusetts college prep school graduates, several days after his appointment to head an investigation into possible connections between Russia and President Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign.

The former FBI director was introduced Monday by his granddaughter before speaking at Tabor Academy, a private school in Marion. She was among the graduates.

Mueller said a person is only as good as his word, and he spoke of the importance of serving his country with humility, patience and integrity.

He referred to his \"three families,\" naming his personal family, the Marines and the FBI.

Mueller served as FBI director under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

The news media weren't allowed into the ceremony. It was livestreamed on NECN.

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CARY, N.C. (AP) \u2014 The Latest on a burglary suspect shot to death by police officers in North Carolina (all times local):

4:50 p.m.

A police chief says the officer who shot and killed a burglary suspect in North Carolina told investigators he thought the man fired a gun.

Cary Police Chief Tony Godwin said at a news conference Monday that the officer heard a gunshot and saw a muzzle flash before he fired at 22-year-old Shaquian Johnson. The chief says a gun stolen hours earlier was found near the shooting scene.

Authorities say officers were looking for Johnson after he ran from a home where a woman and her granddaughter called 911 around 2:30 a.m. Sunday and reported a break in.

Godwin says 29-year-old officer A.J. Lopez spotted Johnson about three hours later. The chief says there is no body camera footage of Lopez shooting the suspect.

Lopez is off patrol during the investigation into the shooting.

___

9 a.m.

Police say a man shot to death by an officer in a suburban North Carolina neighborhood had a gun he had just stolen.

Cary spokeswoman Carrie Roman identified the man killed as 22-year-old Shaquian Johnson in a news release Monday.

Roman says a woman and her granddaughter called 911 around 2:30 a.m. Sunday after the younger woman saw Johnson creep into their Cary home.

Authorities say Johnson ran as officers arrived, but they caught him a few blocks away. Investigators have not said if Johnson tried to shoot at officers.

Police say Johnson broke into several cars nearby and took a gun.

Roman says 29-year-old officer A.J. Lopez fired his gun. He is off patrolling during the investigation.

Roman says officer Lopez is Hispanic and Johnson was black.

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Frank Deford, the award-winning sports writer and commentator whose elegant reportage was a staple for years at Sports Illustrated and National Public Radio, has died. He was 78.

He died Sunday in Key West, Florida, his family said Monday.

Deford was a six-time Sports Writer of the Year and a member of the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. He wrote and spoke with a lyrical touch and this month retired from NPR's \"Morning Edition\" after 37 years as a contributor.

\"Frank was dealing with an audience that doesn't turn to the sports pages first thing,\" said Tom Goldman, an NPR sports correspondent who recently spent time with Deford in Key West. \"And he was proudest of the many comments he got over the years from people saying, 'I don't really like sports, but I like what you did, and you made me more interested in it.'\"

He was the first sports writer awarded the National Humanities Medal. In 2013, President Barack Obama honored him for \"transforming how we think about sports.\"

\"A dedicated writer and storyteller, Mr. Deford has offered a consistent, compelling voice in print and on radio, reaching beyond scores and statistics to reveal the humanity woven into the games we love,\" Obama said at the time.

Deford called the award the one he is most proud of.

His long profiles, covering all corners of sports, were for years a showcase in Sports Illustrated.

\"He could watch the grittiest game and zoom in on the moment that made it important,\" said Jim Litke, a national sports columnist for The Associated Press. \"Nobody was better at connecting sports to the culture at large. He dressed up every event he attended.\"

He also dressed up in a more literal way, always sharply attired and cutting a debonair figure at 6-foot-4 with his shock of dark hair and thin mustache.

Deford was a prolific book author, including several novels, and contributed commentaries to HBO's \"Real Sports\" program and hosted documentaries on the cable network.

Among Deford's books were \"Heart of a Champion,\" which chronicles the career of athletes who appeared on Wheaties boxes, and a biography of tennis great Bill Tilden.

His wit always was on display. Among Deford's gems: \"I believe that professional wrestling is clean and everything else in the world is fixed.\"

And he understood why the games have such a hold on so many.

\"To see the glory in sport, where somebody comes from behind and does something, sinks a shot in the last second or throws a touchdown pass or hits a home run, there is a beauty in that, and at the end of the day, that's why we love sports more than anything else.\"

Deford grew up in Baltimore and graduated from Princeton. He joined HBO Sports in 1995 and his first report chronicled life in Augusta, Georgia, outside the Masters. It was called \"The American Singapore.\" He delivered 119 segments for the show and was a feature reporter at Wimbledon in the 1990s.

He was editor-in-chief of The National, the nation's first sports daily that was founded in 1990 and folded the following year. Its final front page read: \"We Had A Ball: The fat lady sings our song.\"

Bryant Gumbel, host of \"Real Sports,\" said Deford joked with him a week ago about finally being released from the hospital.

\"In addition to being an immense talent, he was a consummate gentleman, a dear friend, and a beloved, original member of our 'Real Sports' family,\" Gumbel said. \"Frank was a giant in the world of sports. His loss is immeasurable.\"

Deford is survived by his wife, the former model Carol Penner; two children; and two grandchildren.

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MEXICO CITY (AP) \u2014 The Guerrero state government in southern Mexico says it sympathizes with a group of vigilantes who set up an armed highway checkpoint on a road leading to the resort of Acapulco.

The state security spokesman said in a statement Monday that authorities are ready to talk to the vigilantes about their concerns. Spokesman Roberto Alvarez said that while the vigilantes have no legal basis for acting, the government would discuss their security concerns.

The area in the state's mountains has been beset by drug gangs that buy local opium production and have tried to extort money from mining operations.

About 100 men, many armed with hunting rifles, set up a roadblock and checkpoint on the highway Sunday.

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BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) \u2014 A Mississippi deputy killed in a shooting rampage had worked in Christian ministry before going into law enforcement, and liked doing puppet shows to deliver uplifting messages to children.

William Durr, 36, was responding to a domestic-violence call late Saturday when he was shot to death in Brookhaven, a south Mississippi city surrounded by pine trees and rolling green pastures. He was one of eight people killed in a shooting rampage at three different homes \u2014 an outbreak of violence that has shaken the county of 34,500 residents.

Investigators said Willie Corey Godbolt, 35, will be charged with one count of capital murder and seven counts of first degree murder. Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said the charges could change as the investigation continues.

Authorities on Monday said Godbolt was related to or acquainted with all the victims except Durr.

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation identified some of those killed as: Barbara Mitchell, 55; Brenda May, 53; Tocarra May, 35; Ferral Burage, 45; and Shelia Burage, 46. The parents of Austin Edwards, 11, and Jordan Blackwell, 18, identified their sons as the other people killed.

Godbolt remained hospitalized in good condition for a gunshot wound Monday in Jackson, and could make a court appearance Tuesday in Brookhaven. It wasn't clear who shot him.

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department has about 75 employees and is like a close-knit family, said Zach Harveston, who has worked as a dispatcher there for two years. Harveston said he was shaken by Durr's death.

\"He loved to lead children to the good Lord,\" Harveston said. \"He was just a natural-born servant of the good Lord here at the department and even in the church he served in.\"

Durr was married and had an 11-year-old son. His mother spoke briefly with the AP on Monday, saying that the family is still in distress.

\"He was a good Christian man,\" Debbie Durr said at her rural home near Brookhaven. \"He was a youth minister and a pastor before going into law enforcement.\"

Off duty, Durr also was a ventriloquist who took his puppets to schools and churches. Two weeks ago, Durr entertained preschoolers at Brookhaven Academy, a Christian school in town. The message he shared was that \u2014 like fireflies \u2014 people can use their inner light to help those around them.

\"His character: top-notch,\" said Page Nelson, the school's elementary principal.

On Sunday, Vincent Mitchell sat outside his little, yellow home and tried to make sense of how a family dispute led to a rampage that killed eight people, including the deputy who tried to keep them safe.

\"I'm devastated. It don't seem like it's real,\" Mitchell said shortly after the arrest of Godbolt, his stepson-in-law. \"Him and my stepdaughter, they've been going back and forth for a couple of years with that domestic violence.\"

Godbolt showed up at Mitchell's home in the southern Mississippi town of Bogue Chitto shortly before midnight Saturday to demand that his estranged wife give up their two children. She and the kids had been staying with them for about three weeks, Mitchell told AP.

\"He'd come to get his kids. The deputy was called,\" and asked him to leave, and it seemed like Godbolt would comply at first, Mitchell said.

\"He acted like, motioned like, he was fixing to go. Then he reached in his back pocket and grabbed a gun,\" Mitchell said. \"He just started shooting everything.\"

Mitchell said he escaped along with Godbolt's wife, but Mitchell's wife, her sister and one of the wife's daughters were killed. Authorities said Godbolt fled and killed four more people at two other homes.

Godbolt gave his own account of what happened in an interview with The Clarion-Ledger (http://on.thec-l.com/2rbQIq5 ) as he sat with his hands cuffed behind his back on the side of a road in Brookhaven, about 70 miles (110 kilometers) south of Jackson.

\"I was having a conversation with her stepdaddy and her mama and her, my wife, about me taking my children home,\" he said. \"Somebody called the officer, people that didn't even live at the house. That's what they do. They intervene.\"

\"They cost him his life,\" he said, apparently referring to Durr. \"I'm sorry.\"

\"My pain wasn't designed for him. He was just there,\" Godbolt said. \"I ain't fit to live, not after what I done.\"

At least seven hours elapsed between the first shootings and Godbolt's arrest near the final crime scene, in a subdivision of ranch houses.

Godbolt said he hadn't planned to be captured alive.

\"My intentions was to have God kill me. I ran out of bullets,\" he said. \"Suicide by cop was my intention.\"

___

Associated Press writers Russ Bynum in Savannah, Georgia; Jeff Amy in Metairie, Louisiana; Justin Pritchard in Los Angeles; and Kathleen Foody in Atlanta contributed to this report.

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MIAMI (AP) \u2014 Police say a man fired an AK-47 while driving down a Florida highway, damaging at least two passing vehicles.

Miami-Dade Police Detective Daniel Ferrin said the 36-year-old suspect began shooting from inside his Toyota Corolla around 1 a.m. Monday as he was driving south on the Palmetto Expressway.

Two vehicles were struck by bullets. Ferrin said one victim drove himself to a hospital with a minor head injury due to debris from the shooting.

Ferrin said the suspect hit a median, drove into oncoming traffic and crashed into a wall before exchanging gunfire with law enforcement officers who were approaching him. The man eventually surrendered.

Officers from Miami-Dade Police, Doral Police and Florida Highway Patrol were involved in that shooting.

It wasn't immediately clear why the suspect started firing. Ferrin said charges were pending.

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