Trapped in her northern Syrian village by fighting, Mervat watched her newborn baby progressively shrink. Her daughter's dark eyes seemed to grow bigger as her face grew more skeletal. Finally, Mervat escaped to neighboring Lebanon, and a nurse told her the girl was starving.
Mariam Rizk, Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 10:00am
The only official presidential candidate in Egypt's coming April election says that his campaigners will not undermine the military.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 8:20am
The search for the missing Malaysian jetliner expanded east and west on Friday after American officials said it was emitting signals to satellites for hours after its last contact with air traffic control nearly a week ago over the South China Sea.
Alison Mutler - Associated Press, Monika Scislowska | posted Mar 14th - 7:40am
Broken promises of help from the West. A tragic history of Russian invasion that goes back centuries. A painful awareness that conflicts in this volatile region are contagious. These are the factors that make nations across Eastern Europe watch events in Ukraine — and tremble.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 12:00pm
Doctors say former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori has suffered a stroke and is hospitalized in stable condition with some loss of control of his left arm.
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The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 11:51am
Investigators are expressing growing certainty that the missing Malaysian Airlines jet turned back across the country after its last radio contact with air traffic controllers. A Malaysian government official says someone with aviation skills was responsible for the change in course. Meanwhile, a U.S. official in Washington says investigators are examining the possibility of "human intervention" in the plane's disappearance, adding it may have been "an act of piracy."
Ian Deitch, Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 11:21am
The Israeli military says a roadside bomb targeted a group of soldiers patrolling the border with Lebanon, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.
Baba Ahmed, Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 11:10am
Malian intelligence officials and the U.N. peacekeeping mission in the country say a prominent jihadist spokesman has been killed by French forces.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 11:01am
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says differences remain between Moscow and the U.S. following negotiations aimed at ending the crisis in Ukraine. Lavrov and Secretary of State John Kerry met for several hours in London today. Lavrov said the talks were useful but that there is "no common" vision between Russia and the U.S. He also told reporters that Russia has no plans to invade southeastern Ukraine. Kerry says the U.S. and the international community will not recognize the outcome of Sunday's referendum in Crimea. Voters there are expected to back secession and, potentially, annexation with Russia.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 10:51am
Kerry: US, international community will not recognize outcome of vote in Crimea.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 10:31am
A British Muslim couple has been sentenced for posting "offensive" videos praising the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 10:20am
Tunisia's tourism minister says the prevention of 14 Israeli tourists from entering the country was a procedural problem and shouldn't detract from the North African nation's openness to visitors.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 10:01am
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says his country has no plans to invade southeastern Ukraine. Speaking after talks in London with Secretary of State John Kerry, Lavrov also said that while the talks were "useful," they didn't result in a "common vision" on Ukraine.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 9:51am
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov says Russia has no plans to invade southeastern Ukraine.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 9:41am
Lavrov: Russia, US do not have 'common vision' on Ukraine, despite 'useful' talks in London.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 9:20am
Police say they have arrested a man in a shooting that injured two women at a Toronto university and prompted a campus lockdown.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 9:00am
There's another warning from Russia that might lay the groundwork for a move into eastern Ukraine. Russia is warning that it reserves the right to intervene in defense of ethnic Russians it says are under threat there. Russian officials point to clashes overnight in an eastern Ukrainian city as evidence of growing instability. One person died and 29 were hurt in violence between pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian activists.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 9:00am
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono ordered national and local officials on Friday to take action to control fires in peat-rich Riau province, where heavy smoke has threatened people's health and disrupted air flights.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 8:51am
France is warning that the European Union peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic can't start next week as scheduled because some countries haven't provided the troops they have promised.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 8:50am
A Lithuanian court has ruled that a Russian citizen accused of taking part in a deadly Soviet crackdown on pro-independence protesters 23 years ago can be jailed for two months as prosecutors prepare charges of crimes against humanity.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 8:32am
A police officer in Pakistan says a woman who set herself on fire outside a police station after reporting men tried to rape her has died.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 8:31am
Slovakians vote for a new president Saturday as 14 hopefuls vie to succeed Ivan Gasparovic, the first since Slovakia's independence in 1993 to be elected to two five-year terms. Here is a look at the vote:
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The Associated Press | posted Mar 14th - 8:01am
The top diplomats from Russia and the United States aren't voicing much hope of negotiating an immediate end to the crisis in Ukraine. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov are meeting in London, where they each said they're glad to have the meeting before Sunday's referendum in Crimea. But there are no signs that they will prevent that region from voting Sunday to break off from the rest of Ukraine to join Russia.
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