Raf Casert and Juergen Baetz, Associated Press | posted 19 minutes ago
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 United States, officials said Wednesday.
Associated Press | posted 35 minutes ago
Pope Francis has issued his first appeal directed at Catholics in China, long the source of concern for his predecessor Benedict XVI.
Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press | posted 41 minutes ago
British prosecutors have charged a 61-year-old Irishman with the Irish Republican Army bombing of the queen's cavalry in Hyde Park in 1982, a strike at a top London tourist attraction that killed four soldiers and seven horses.
Sylvia Hui, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 7:51am
Britain and Denmark are proposing to give hundreds of Afghan interpreters who worked alongside their troops the right to settle in the U.K. and Denmark in recognition of the risks to their personal safety.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 7:41am
A Russian drunk driver who sparked a nationwide debate after killing seven, including five orphan children, in a road accident last year has been sentenced to prison.
Juergen Baetz and Raf Casert, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 7:33am
European Union leaders on Wednesday sought to advance their fight against tax fraud and close the loopholes for large corporations' tax avoidance schemes.
Frances D'emilio, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 7:23am
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.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 7:14am
An official for the city of Vienna says the Austrian capital has handed over nearly 6,000 valuable objects looted by the Nazis to their rightful owners or their heirs since it started taking inventory of them 14 years ago.
Maria Danilova, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 6:46am
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.
Karel Janicek, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 6:35am
The Czech president says he will no longer block a university professorship for a gay rights activist who had been critical of him.
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