The Associated Press shares 10 things you need to know Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers:
1. WHY OPPONENTS ARE SO RILED BY IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL
They are outraged that Tehran, who they say is a state sponsor of terrorism, will be getting $100 billion in relief from sanctions and claim that inspections will not be rigorous enough.
2. SCANT SYMPATHY FOR REFUGEES IN EUROPE’S EX-COMMUNIST EAST
Even mainstream political leaders in these countries describe those fleeing war and persecution as welfare opportunists, terrorists and carriers of disease.
3. AT GROUND ZERO, 9/11 ANNIVERSARY NOW BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
While the memorial will still be reserved for victims’ relatives and other invitees during the morning ceremony, afterward, it will open to those who want to pay their respects.
4. JUDGE LEAVES DOOR OPEN TO RECONSIDER FREDDIE GRAY TRIALS
Defense attorneys can revisit their change of venue bid if an impartial jury cannot be seated in the city.
5. SHOCKED CITY ASSESSES FLOOD DAMAGE IN JAPAN
Officials say 22 people are missing after they lost contact with them following requests for rescue.
6. WHAT ISSUES POLICE BODY CAMERAS RAISE
While the recordings may help get to the truth of an incident, they also record distraught victims, grieving family members and citizens exercising their rights to free speech and civil disobedience.
7. WHERE DRAMA MIXES WITH CRIME IN PUBLIC RE-ENACTMENTS
Thailand’s debate over their fairness and usefulness gets reignited when a key suspect in last month’s Bangkok bombing retraced his alleged steps.
8. BIDEN UNSURE HE CAN COMMIT FULLY TO BE PRESIDENT
Asked about his 2016 decision on CBS’ “The Late Show,” the vice president says he may not have the emotional energy to run following his son’s death to brain cancer.
9. NUNS BAKE ALTAR BREADS FOR PAPAL MASS IN PHILLY
Religious sisters at the suburban Monastery of St. Clare put in extra shifts for about two months to fill the order.
10. SAME OLD BRADY, GRONK IN NFL OPENER
Meanwhile, the opposing coach, Pittsburgh’s Mike Tomlin, raises suspicions about something untoward going on at Gillette Stadium.