10 things to know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. TAIWAN, CHINA'S PRESIDENTS TO MEET FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1949
This is a highly symbolic move that reflects quickly improving relations between the formerly bitter Cold War foes.
2. 33 VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH IN EGYPT IDENTIFIED
The Russian jet crashed over the Sinai Peninsula early Saturday, killing all 224 people on board.
3. AT LEAST 25 DIE IN CARGO PLANE CRASH IN SOUTH SUDAN CAPITAL
The presidential spokesman says it was an aircraft destined for the Paloch oil fields in Upper Nile state.
4. FIRST REFUGEES TO BE RELOCATED FROM GREECE HEAD TO LUXEMBOURG
Meanwhile, France's top security official says 200 human-trafficking networks have been dismantled since the beginning of the year.
5. FIGHT NOT OVER FOR HOUSTON NONDISCRIMINATION MEASURE
"This ordinance, you have not seen the last of. We're united. We will prevail," Mayor Annise Parker says.
6. FOR TRANSGENDER, CROSS-DRESSING ARGENTINE GIRL SIGN OF HOPE
The AP looks at the life of the youngest person to come under Argentina's law allowing individuals to identify their own sex.
7. WHOM HALF OF BLACK MILLENNIALS KNOW
More than 50 percent of them indicate that they, or someone they knew, had been victimized by violence or harassment from law enforcement, a new report says.
8. WHAT TRUMP'S LATEST DEMAND IS
He is demanding as much as $75 million from condo owners in Panama City's Trump Ocean Club, alleging that its directors wrongfully fired his company as administrator managing the luxury building.
9. HOW PUFF DADDY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
The rapper is planning to release free music on Wednesday: a mixtape called "MMM."
10. AGE APPROPRIATE
Dusty Baker, who is hired at 66 to guide the Washington Nationals, is hoping to join the list of managers who won big in their golden years.
— The Associated Press.