09/17/2013 4:10amIn a secretive compound north of Paris, colored blips and blotches on a computer-screen map of Damascus depict an armored vehicle at a highway, tanks, a blown-up building in a suburban field. An unusual glimpse at France's military intelligence headquarters demonstrates how closely the French are watching what's happening in Syria _ and how involved the French government is in ending Syria's civil war.
09/17/2013 5:45amKing Willem-Alexander is traveling in a gilded horse-drawn carriage to the 13th-century Hall of Knights in The Hague for his first official address to Dutch lawmakers but his message is decidedly modern: More budget cuts are coming.
09/17/2013 6:33amThe head of a U.N. human rights probe says he can't get answers from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un regarding harrowing testimony from victims of the enigmatic regime, including allegations of being forced to survive on vermin, drown babies and witness the execution of loved ones.
09/17/2013 6:51amFormer International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who faces aggravated pimping charges in France, said Tuesday he won't be paid for his first three months as an economic adviser to Serbia's government.
09/17/2013 7:57amThe Yugoslav war crimes tribunal has postponed delivery of its verdict in the long-running trial of Serbian ultranationalist Vojislav Seselj after one member of the three-judge panel hearing the case was removed.
09/17/2013 8:35amSpaniards on horseback have chased a hulking bull and speared him to death at an annual fiesta held in a small central town. But the 580-kilogram (1,279-pound) bull named Vulcano first managed to gore a news agency photographer and another person.
09/17/2013 9:34amOutrage is growing in France over the decision to bring voluntary homicide charges against a jeweler who shot and killed an escaping robber, but the country's top security official on Tuesday urged fearful storekeepers to let justice take its course.
09/17/2013 10:55amA Spanish city is seeking a missing millionaire.
09/17/2013 12:02pmLong before the Costa Concordia capsized in Italy, salvagers fished out ships from the depths of the ocean with bold and innovative feats of engineering. Here are some of the most improbable salvage operations in maritime history:
09/17/2013 1:42pmCar sales in Europe are still sagging despite the return of modest economic growth.
09/17/2013 3:43pmFrance's foreign ministry says a Frenchman died while in police custody in the Egyptian capital.
09/17/2013 4:49pmPolice searching a farm for a gunman who killed four people in central Austria say they have found the charred body of what they believe was the suspect.
09/17/2013 5:34pmPolice searching a farm for a gunman who killed four people in central Austria say they have found the charred body of what they believe was the suspect.
09/17/2013 5:48pmInternational leaders are failing in their fight against global warming, one of the United Nations' top climate officials said Tuesday, appealing directly to the world's voters to pressure their politicians into taking tougher action against the buildup of greenhouse gases.