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The Australian delegation gave the mayor a tiny "boxing kangaroo" doll as the sign of a truce.
The 700-member delegation refused to check in three days earlier because of water and gas leaks, electrical shorts, malfunctioning toilets and general filth.
Australian officials said about 50 athletes were living in the village on Wednesday accompanied by almost 100 additional staff members.
The complaints led to hundreds of cleaners, plumbers, safety inspectors and electricians working 24-7 to resolve the issues.
On Wednesday, Brazilian labor inspectors said they would fine the Rio organizing committee nearly $100,000 (about 315,000 reals) for hiring workers without proper contracts required by law.
Inspector Hercules Terra told the Globo network that about 630 workers did not enjoy benefits that protect them from workplace injuries.
Donald Trump encouraged Russia on Wednesday to find and make public missing emails deleted by his presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton, setting off an instant debate over hacking and his urging of a foreign government to meddle in American politics.
Shortly after Trump's extraordinary remarks, his Republican running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, took a different tack and warned of "serious consequences" if Russia interfered in the election.
Trump's comments raised the question of whether he was condoning foreign government hacking of U.
Property owner Kansas City Southern tells The Kansas City Star (http://bit.ly/2aKLneO ) that it no longer needs the reserve of water next to its tracks in Blackburn, and that it isn't aware of any agreements obligating the company to maintain the pond for use by the local community.
Saline County Emergency Management Department director Emmitt Williams said he is worried about a train derailment due to erosion caused by the culvert.
Department railroad administrator Eric Curtit said the state would insist that the railroad company make repairs if erosion threatened the safety of the tracks.
A resettled former Guantanamo prisoner who disappeared last month in Uruguay, setting off alarm bells in neighboring countries and recriminations in Washington, has reappeared in Venezuela, an official said Wednesday.
Consulate officials refused to provide information or entry to AP journalists gathered outside.
Colombia-based Avianca Airlines recently issued an internal alert saying Dhiab could be using a fake passport trying to enter Brazil, the site of the summer Olympics.
In an orange jumpsuit like those Guantanamo prisoners have worn, he told news media in Buenos Aires that he planned to seek asylum for himself and the other detainees still held at the U.
Carrier Corp. and United Steelworkers Local 1999 have agreed on a severance package paying 1,400 employees being displaced in Indianapolis the equivalent of one week for every year of service and providing six months of medical insurance.
The agreement released Wednesday also allows employees to be reimbursed for education and technical training, and it extends the labor contract in place at the Indianapolis plant.
Whole Foods said quarterly sales at established locations fell for the fourth straight quarter, as it fights to distinguish itself from competitors that are also offering organic and natural foods.
For the quarter, Whole Foods Market Inc. earned $120 million, or 37 cents per share, in line with Wall Street expectations.