Israel has charged 13 people in connection with a video from a Jewish wedding party showing a frenzied crowd brandishing military-issued rifles and stabbing a photo of a Palestinian toddler killed in an arson attack.
Predrag Milic, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 9:41am
Montenegro's prime minister Milo Djukanovic, who led the tiny Adriatic nation to independence from Serbia in 2006, will step down after ruling unchallenged for more than 25 years, his party officials said Wednesday.
A memorial service has been held in South Africa for Juda Ngwenya, a former photographer for the Reuters news agency who documented some of the most pivotal moments in his country's transition from white racist rule to multi-racial democracy.
Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 9:31am
Iraqi special forces have moved more than 1,000 people out of villages near the front lines of the battle to retake the Islamic State-held city of Mosul and surrounding areas, where the U.N. says militants have committed a number of abuses in recent days, officials said Wednesday.
Lorne Cook, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 9:12am
Russia on Wednesday withdrew a request to refuel a fleet of Russian warships in Spain, as Britain and NATO allies piled pressure on Madrid over concerns that the ships could be used to ramp up air attacks in Syria.
Lolita C. Baldor and Matthew Daly, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 9:12am
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Wednesday ordered the Pentagon to suspend its effort to seek repayments of enlistment bonuses given to thousands of California National Guard members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Sarah El Deeb and Suzan Fraser, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 9:11am
Airstrikes in Syria killed up to 22 people, mostly children, on Wednesday when warplanes struck a residential area housing a school complex in the northern rebel-held province of Idlib, activists and rescue workers said.
Zeynep Bilginsoy, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 9:01am
Turkish police on Wednesday used tear gas and water cannons to disperse demonstrators protesting the detentions of two leading politicians in the largest city in the country's mainly Kurdish southeast.
Pablo Gorondi, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 8:51am
A company linked to an ally of Hungary's prime minister tried Wednesday to play down fears that it would seek to influence the independence of its newly purchased political daily — if it chooses to continue publishing it at all.
Cara Anna, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 8:10am
Until last week, no country had withdrawn from the International Criminal Court. Now, three African states — South Africa, Burundi and Gambia — have made official decisions to leave. Gambia announced its decision late Tuesday. Concerns are high that more African countries now will act on years of threats to pull out amid accusations that the court unfairly focuses on the continent. Here's a look at what it all means.
Mari Yamaguchi, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 8:10am
The leaders of Japan and the Philippines agreed Wednesday to cooperate in promoting regional peace and stability, and acknowledged the importance of their alliances with the U.S., although a joint statement focused largely on Japan's contribution to Philippine maritime security and other projects totaling a 21 billion yen ($210 million) loan.