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Penn State tops UCF 26-24 with last-second FG

DUBLIN (AP) — Penn State won a thrilling season opener with a 36-yard field goal as time expired to defeat the University of Central Florida 26-24 in front of a raucous 55,000-strong crowd in Ireland.
Pacino does double duty at Venice Film Festival

Actor Al Pacino poses for photographers on the red carpet as he arrives for the screening of Manglehorn during the 71st edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014. (AP Photo/David Azia)VENICE, Italy (AP) — Al Pacino made two trips up the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday, with a pair of movies about aging, regret, giving up and letting go.



Ferguson slowly starting to make comeback

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — The unmistakable signs of healing are beginning to dot Ferguson, even the small area of this St. Louis-area suburb that was the center of attention for three weeks. But those in the community know they've got a long way to go.
Ecuador nuns go public for first time in 150 years

Visitors watch the chapel's altar at the Madres Agustinas cloistered monastery in Quito, Ecuador on August 29, 2014A group of Ecuadoran nuns opened the doors of their convent to the outside world Saturday -- a first since the order arrived in the South American country 150 years ago. The nuns of the Mothers of Augustine were expelled from Colombia in 1864 and subsequently settled in the center of Quito, where they have lived a secluded lifestyle ever since. "It is the first time and the mothers believe it will be the last," Javier Cevallos, a foundation director who is organizing the tours, told AFP. The convent -- a quiet haven situated in the heart of Quito, a bustling city of 2.6 million -- features a large courtyard as well as a mural telling the story of how the nuns made it to Ecuador.



Rebuilding Gaza will take 20 years, group says

JERUSALEM (AP) — An international organization involved in assessing post-conflict reconstruction says it will take 20 years under current levels of restrictions to rebuild the Gaza Strip's battered and neglected housing stock following the war between Hamas and Israel.


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