Tribune News Service

International Budget for Monday, October 29, 2018

Updated at 0000 UTC (8 p.m. U.S. EDT Sunday).

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^Far-right Jair Bolsonaro wins Brazil's runoff for president<

BRAZIL-ELECTION:BLO Brazil's far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro won Sunday's presidential runoff, according to a nearly complete count of the vote published by electoral authorities.

250 by Mario Sergio Lima in Brasilia, Brazil. MOVED


^Victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting are identified<

^PITTSBURGH-SHOOTING:LA—<The 11 people killed during morning services at a Pittsburgh synagogue were brothers like Cecil and David Rosenthal, and a husband and wife in their 80s like Sylvan and Bernice Simon.

The youngest, David Rosenthal, was 54. The oldest, Rose Mallinger, was 97.

Federal authorities said Sunday that the 11 bodies were found in various places across three floors in the Tree of Life Synagogue, where three separate congregations were holding services at the time of the attack. The county medical examiner described finding ammunition "casings everywhere."

750 by Sarah D. Wire. MOVED



^Netanyahu rejects Hamas demand for monthly cash payments<

MIDEAST-HAMAS:BLO Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel "won't accept any ultimatum from Hamas" after Hadashot News reported that the militant group is demanding that Israel allow the transfer of $15 million in cash each month including an initial payment by Thursday or face more violence along the Gaza border.

The money in question would come from Qatar.

150 by Michael S. Arnold in Tel Aviv, Israel. MOVED


^Bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc, lost and angry, found his tribe with Trump<

^PACKAGES-THREATS-SAYOC:MI—<Cesar Sayoc lived on the crummy strip-mall fringes of South Florida, sleeping in a van that stank of sweaty gym clothes, delivering pizzas on the graveyard shift and working as floorman in a smoky, dingy club where naked dancers gyrated mechanically for dollar tips from boozy customers.

Sayoc was always several rungs lower on the ladder than he aspired to be and he exaggerated the caliber of roles he chose for himself.

Sayoc finally found his true calling two years ago at a rally for Donald Trump in West Palm Beach.

At some point, authorities say, he began plotting a venture that would at last make up for the failures on his resume. Sayoc allegedly worked on it into the wee hours inside his van.

2100 (with trims) by Linda Robertson, Sarah Blaskey and Martin Vassolo. MOVED


^Trump allies reject link of rhetoric to increased violence<

^TRUMP-VIOLENCE:BLO—<Allies of President Donald Trump Sunday rejected any link between harsh political rhetoric and a rise in violence in the U.S., as President Barack Obama's homeland security chief said a change to the "toxic" environment must start at the top.

400 by Mark Niquette. MOVED




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