Joshua Goodman, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 28th - 9:36am
A retired journalist who joined the criminal underworld while researching a book on South America's drug cartels became the first Colombian, and possibly the first Latin American, to be executed in China for drug offenses.
Omer Farooq, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 28th - 9:26am
The mother of an Indian engineer who was killed in an apparently racially motivated shooting in an American bar said she asked her son to come back to India if he felt threatened in the United States, but he said he was not in any danger.
A new report by Doctors Without Borders says thousands of Eritreans trying to reach Europe are suffering as the European Union works with the governments of Libya, Sudan and Ethiopia to keep them from completing the journey.
An Australian woman on trial with her British boyfriend in the death of a police officer on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali expressed deep regret Tuesday and apologized, but said she did not personally kill the victim.
Jill Lawless, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 28th - 8:33am
The Tunisian police response to a deadly gun attack on a popular beach resort was "at best shambolic, at worst cowardly," a British judge said Tuesday as he ruled that 30 British tourists had been unlawfully killed by an extremist gunman.
Min Kyi Thein, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 28th - 8:33am
Myanmar's military, under international pressure over alleged abuses against members of the country's Muslim Rohingya minority, said Tuesday that official investigations failed to substantiate most accusations.
European Union governments are indicating that a compromise on a Swiss referendum result calling for some immigration limits is acceptable, if the principle of freedom of movement for EU workers is respected.
Baba Ahmed, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 28th - 7:28am
Malian soldiers and former Tuareg rebels have staged their first joint patrol in northern Mali, a key step in a 2015 peace agreement meant to help calm a region under threat from multiple extremist and other armed groups.
Philip Issa, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 28th - 7:15am
Clashes erupted in a densely-packed Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon on Tuesday, wounding at least four people, including a three-year-old boy with a bullet-wound to the head, Palestinian security officials said.