11/06/2013 6:55amRussia's foreign ministry says its presidential envoy for Afghanistan is not holding talks with the Taliban in Qatar, as a senior Taliban official has claimed.
11/06/2013 7:17amAn alliance of privacy advocates, lawyers and journalists is taking the Dutch government to court over its links to overseas intelligence agencies.
11/06/2013 8:40amThe southern Italian town of Bill de Blasio's maternal grandfather is cheering his landslide victory in New York City's mayoral election and inviting him to receive honorary citizenship in a ceremony.
11/06/2013 8:46amA police official says the suspect in the fatal shootings of a teenager and her grandfather in eastern Czech Republic is a teacher who owns several weapons.
11/06/2013 8:48amSwiss prosecutors confirmed Wednesday that a criminal investigation has been opened against one of the world's largest processors of precious metals over allegations that it laundered gold obtained through war crimes.
11/06/2013 9:34amThousands of teachers marched through Bucharest on Wednesday to demand better wages and working conditions and an end to political interference in education.
11/06/2013 9:51amItalian ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi has likened Jewish suffering in Hitler's Germany to what his family feels about his judicial woes, triggering criticism from Italian politicians and Jewish leaders that he is trivializing the Holocaust.
11/06/2013 11:17amThe Venezuelan opposition leader who narrowly lost his country's presidential election earlier this year has met with Pope Francis.
11/06/2013 2:01pmA human rights group says that, despite some recent changes, domestic violence victims are still at risk in Hungary because of legal loopholes, ineffective police responses and cultural stereotypes.
11/06/2013 2:48pmWikiLeaks staffer Sarah Harrison, a key ally of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, has left Russia for Germany, saying her lawyers had advised her against travel to Britain over fears she could be prosecuted if she returns to her native country.
11/06/2013 2:55pmDetails of Google's offer to resolve an investigation by European regulators into the company's alleged abuse of its dominant position in the search market have emerged. Here's a look at what's at stake.
11/06/2013 3:15pmU.S. student Amanda Knox's defense got a boost on Wednesday when a new DNA test on a kitchen knife failed to conclusively prove that it was the murder weapon used to kill her British roommate.