Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency says a court has dropped a case against Israeli military officials charged in the deaths of 10 Turkish activists, a decision aligned with a reconciliation pact between Turkey and Israel.
Mike Corder, Associated Press | Posted Dec 9th - 9:40am
Dutch police detained a 30-year-old man on suspicion of preparing a terrorist crime after finding a Kalashnikov rifle, two full ammunition clips and a painting featuring a flag used by the Islamic State group at his home, prosecutors announced Friday.
Foster Klug, Associated Press | Posted Dec 9th - 9:22am
Park Geun-hye could always rely on one unwavering gift throughout a political career that saw a triumphant return as South Korea's first female president to the palatial Blue House where she'd lived as a girl: She enjoyed the reflected devotion, some might say worship, that half the country felt for her late dictator father.
Ibrahim Abdulaziz and Michelle Faul, Associated Press | Posted Dec 9th - 8:23am
Two women suicide bombers blew themselves up at a bustling market in northeast Nigeria's Madagali town on Friday morning, killing at least 30 people and wounding 67, an army spokesman told The Associated Press.
Llazar Semini and Monika Scislowska, Associated Press | Posted Dec 9th - 8:10am
Poland's prime minister has urged the European Union to move faster to start membership talks with Albania, saying the country is an "important element for security and stability in Europe and the region."
The Dutch government says it is going to open negotiations with U.S. authorities about the possibility of carrying out American border and customs checks at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to save time for passengers flying to the United States.