Danica Kirka, Associated Press | posted 5 minutes ago
Hurricane-force gusts hit Britain on Thursday as part of a powerful storm moving across Europe, disrupting air travel, halting trains and leaving tens of thousands of homes without electricity. Accidents linked to the storm killed three people.
Sarah Dilorenzo, Associated Press | posted 24 minutes ago
France has long served as Africa's policeman, sending troops in regularly _ and often meddling behind the scenes _ to keep the peace and secure its interests on a continent where it was once a major colonial power. In more recent years, as it comes to terms with that colonial past, France has tried to forge a different, more equal relationship, focusing on trade.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press | posted 32 minutes ago
Austerity will remain in place in Britain for years to come, the government insisted Thursday even though the U.K. economy is growing faster than most of its peers.
Frank Jordans, Associated Press | posted 43 minutes ago
Two German aid workers and a Yemeni colleague were killed in an insurgent attack in Yemen, Germany's foreign minister said Thursday.
Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 10:10am
In Moldova, they now officially speak Romanian.
Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 10:07am
Britain's Defense Ministry says it's discussing offering logistical support to France for its military effort in the Central African Republic.
Aida Cerkez, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 9:56am
A Bosnian court is rejecting a request from prosecutors to re-arrest nine Bosnian Serbs convicted of war crimes but released because of procedural errors.
Jim Heintz, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 9:48am
Europe's top human-rights body said Thursday that Ukraine's government and opposition leaders seeking its downfall have accepted a proposal to create a panel to investigate the past week's violence against protesters.
Sylvia Hui, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 9:46am
A man accused of murdering a British soldier on a London street says he attacked the first serviceman he spotted, saying "it was almost as if Allah had chosen him."
Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 9:42am
Sweden's public broadcaster says it has obtained secret documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden suggesting a Swedish spy agency has been a key supplier of intelligence on Russian leaders to the NSA.
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