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1,000 Still Missing in California...Germany Bans Saudis Connected to Khashoggi Killing...Tension Between Migrants, Tijuana Residents

PARADISE, Calif. (AP) – Searchers have been sifting through rubble and ash for the remains of Northern California wildfire victims before expected rain can wash the bones away. Up to 400 people fanned out Sunday in the Sierra foothills town of Paradise and surrounding communities, where so far at least 77 people have been confirmed dead. When no remains are found at a site, an orange “0” is spray-painted and the team moves on. About 1,000 people are still unaccounted for.

PARADISE, Calif. (AP) – Some Northern California residents who refused to evacuate when a deadly wildfire roared through their community say they’re still not going anywhere. Brad Weldon, who lives in the destroyed town of Paradise, says, “If they take me out of here, it will be at gunpoint.” He, his 89-year-old mother and her caretaker survived the blaze. Patrick Knuthson has spray painted a sign saying “Looters will be shot!!” He says, “I got my neighborhood locked down.”

WASHINGTON (AP) – Germany’s foreign minister says Berlin has banned 18 Saudi nationals from entering Europe’s border-free Schengen zone because they are believed to be connected to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Heiko Maas told reporters in Brussels on Monday that Germany issued the ban for the 26-nation zone in close coordination with France, which is part of the Schengen area, and Britain, which is not.

TOKYO (AP) – Shares in European carmaker Renault have fallen 14 percent after alliance partner Nissan announced its chairman, Carlos Ghosn, allegedly under-reported his income. It said Monday he will be dismissed. Ghosn has been a huge figure in the global auto industry for years. He helped turn around both companies and push them into electric cars. Ghosn is chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance and CEO of Renault.

TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) – Hundreds of Tijuana residents have protested the thousands of Central American migrants who have arrived via caravan in hopes of a new life in the U.S. Tensions have built as nearly 3,000 migrants have poured into Tijuana in recent days after more than a month on the road, and with many more months ahead of them while they seek asylum. On Sunday, displeased Tijuana residents in an affluent section of the city waved Mexican flags, sang the Mexican national anthem and chanted “Out! Out!”