Zeynep Bilginsoy, Associated Press | Posted
Jun 25th - 2:04pm
Turkey's president on Sunday rejected a demand by major Arab states to remove Turkish troops from Qatar, among a sweeping list of ultimatums that the United States has described as "difficult to meet."
President Donald Trump promised to repeal and replace the health care law Republicans deride as "Obamacare." But Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse said Sunday the Senate's current plan to overhaul health care "is not a full repeal or full replace." The Republican lawmaker says, "This is largely a Medicaid reform package." Senate Republican leaders are scrambling for enough votes to approve their health care legislation as soon as this week. Sasse says he hasn't taken a position.
Josef Federman, Associated Press | Posted
Jun 25th - 1:21pm
The Israeli military on Sunday said it attacked a series of targets belonging to the Syrian military, after several projectiles from neighboring Syria landed in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights for a second day.
Llazar Semini, Associated Press | Posted
Jun 25th - 12:56pm
Albanians voted in what was expected to be low numbers Sunday in a general election that was aimed at giving the country's two biggest political parties a chance to look past their bitter differences and work toward eventually joining the European Union.
Kirsten Grieshaber, Associated Press | Posted
Jun 25th - 9:02am
Martin Schulz, the center-left challenger running against Chancellor Angela Merkel, vowed Sunday to get his Social Democratic party into power despite weak poll numbers ahead of Germany's national election in September.
Indian security forces put an outskirt of Srinagar, the main city in Indian-controlled Kashmir, under security lockdown as they battled two rebels who took shelter in a school building after killing one paramilitary officer and wounding another soldier.
Sopheng Cheang, Associated Press | Posted
Jun 25th - 7:53am
Final results released Sunday from Cambodia's local elections this month confirmed the dominance of Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling party, but a strong showing by the opposition saw its prospects boosted for next year's general election.