• In this Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015 photo, Can Dundar, right, the editor-in-chief of opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet, and Erdem Gul, left, the paper's Ankara representative, speak to the media outside a courthouse in Istanbul, Turkey. In new blow to media freedoms in Turkey, a court on Thursday ordered the two prominent opposition journalists jailed pending trial over charges of willingly aiding an armed group and of espionage for revealing state secrets for their reports on alleged arms smuggling to Syria. In May, the Cumhuriyet paper published what it said were images of Turkish trucks carrying ammunition to Syrian militants. (Vedat Arik/Cumhuriyet via AP) TURKEY OUT

    Hundreds protest jailing of 2 journalists in Turkey

    ISTANBUL (AP) — Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Istanbul office of an opposition newspaper Friday, accusing the government of silencing critics and attempting to cover-up a scandal after two journalists were jailed on terror and espionage charges for their reports on alleged Turkish arms smuggling to Syria.

  • Bangladeshi Muslims attend the funeral of a man killed in an attack Thursday on a mosque in Bangladesh's Bogra district, Friday, Nov. 27, 2015. Thursday's attack follows a wave of deadly assaults in 2015 on foreigners, secular writers and the Shiite community in the Sunni majority nation. (AP Photo)

    Key radical Islamist groups in Bangladesh

    NEW DELHI (AP) — Gunmen attacked a Shiite mosque in Bangladesh, killing one person and wounding three others, in the latest in a wave of deadly assaults this year on foreigners, secular writers and members of the Shiite community in the Sunni-majority nation.

  • Lamon Reccord, right, stares and yells at a Chicago police officer "Shoot me 16 times" as he and others march through Chicago's Loop Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015, one day after murder charges were brought against police officer Jason Van Dyke in the killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

    The Latest: Friday’s protest to target main shopping area

    CHICAGO (AP) — The latest on the aftermath of the shooting of a black teenager by a white Chicago police officer (all times local):

  • Former MLB outfielder Otis Nixon arrested

    ATLANTA (AP) — Jail records show that former Major League Baseball outfielder Otis Nixon was arrested on charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and permitting an unlicensed person to drive.

  • In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015 children play in a street in the village of Komsomolskoye, Dagestan, Russia. An epidemic of recruitment for the Islamic State group has swept through the predominantly Muslim Dagestan where young men and women are leaving for Syria, pursuing a religious ideal or trying to escape police profiling. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

    Russian crackdown on Muslims fuels exodus to Islamic State

    KOMSOMOLSKOYE, Russia (AP) — Security forces in Russia’s southernmost republic of Dagestan keep devout Muslims under surveillance, routinely raid their homes and haul them to police stations to give DNA samples and fingerprints.

  • Rockies’ Reyes pleads not guilty to abusing wife in Hawaii

    WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) — Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes is pleading not guilty to allegations of abusing his wife at a Hawaii resort.

  • People warm themselves as they demonstrate since the Nov. 10 shooting of 24-year-old Jamar Clark, in front of the Minneapolis Police 4th Precinct on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Minneapolis police were searching Tuesday for three white males suspected of shooting at five Black Lives Matter demonstrators, while the family of a black man who was fatally shot by a city police officer called for the dayslong protests outside of the police precinct to end. (Jeff Wheeler/Star Tribune via AP)

    Minneapolis police arrest 2 men in shooting near protest

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Protesters demanding justice for a black man fatally shot by Minneapolis police were settling in for their ninth night of demonstrations when something just didn’t seem right.

  • Review board says cops had no right to arrest NBA player

    NEW YORK (AP) — New York City’s Civilian Complaint Review Board says police had no right to arrest Atlanta Hawks’ player Thabo Sefolosha (TAH’-boh sehf-ah-LOH’-shuh) outside a trendy nightclub in April.

  • In this Oct. 3, 2015 photo, a dead spider hangs from its web on the side of a road leading to Iguala, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, near the site where taco vendor Carlos Sanchez was last seen, before he was kidnapped by state police along with his wife, sister, and his cousin. The 36-year-old taco vendor, accused of horse stealing, was tortured and beaten to death. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

    In Mexico, fear as victims vanish at hands of police

    TELOLOAPAN, Mexico (AP) — Carlos Sanchez lay in the backseat of a Honda sedan with his head in his wife’s lap, an oxygen tube in his nose, IV in his arm and three bullets in his body. The 36-year-old taco vendor cried out in pain at every bump on the pitch-dark highway to the city of Iguala.

  • Albuquerque man arrested after death of live-in girlfriend

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Police in Albuquerque say a man is in custody in connection with the death of his live-in girlfriend.