Cassandra Vinograd and Paisley Dodds, Associated Press | posted 0 minutes ago
Two U.K. government officials say a brutal attack that left one man dead near a London military barracks appears to have been motivated by radical Islam.
Nicole Winfield, Associated Press | posted 4 minutes ago
El Salvador's president meets with Pope Francis on Thursday amid mounting indications that the stars have finally aligned to beatify assassinated Archbishop Oscar Romero.
Associated Press | posted 22 minutes ago
A court in Georgia has ordered that a former prime minister be held in jail for two months pending trial on charges of embezzlement and abuse of office.
Associated Press | posted 23 minutes ago
France's Foreign Ministry says it is strengthening security measures, hiring more guards and buying new equipment to help protect French facilities abroad amid shifting threats.
Frances D'emilio, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 1:04pm
An Italian judge has ordered the captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship to stand trial for manslaughter in the vessel's shipwreck off the coast of Tuscany, which killed 32 people.
Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 1:03pm
British prosecutors have charged a 61-year-old Irishman with the 1982 IRA attack on the queen's cavalry in Hyde Park, a nail-bombing at a top London tourist attraction that left four soldiers and seven horses dead.
Juergen Baetz and Raf Casert, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 12:47pm
The European Union's leaders took a major step in tackling tax-dodgers Wednesday by pushing to end bank secrecy across the bloc's 27 members by the end of the year.
George Jahn, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 12:17pm
The U.N. atomic agency on Wednesday detailed rapid Iranian progress in two programs that the West fears are geared toward making nuclear weapons, saying Tehran has upgraded its uranium enrichment facilities and advanced in building a plutonium-producing reactor.
Raf Casert and Juergen Baetz, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 11:42am
The European Union is reassessing whether to declare the Lebanese party Hezbollah's military wing a terrorist organization, a move it has long shied from despite pressure from the U.S., officials said Wednesday.
Maria Danilova, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 10:59am
Ukrainian reporters on Wednesday disrupted a government session chaired by the prime minister, suggesting his family members could be the next victims of official inaction after police in Kiev stood by while pro-government activists attacked two journalists covering an opposition protest.
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