Authorities in Madrid say three city policemen have been injured when a crowd threw objects at them in a tense immigrant neighborhood of Spain's capital where violent protests followed the death last week of an African street vendor.
Philip Issa and Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 21st - 12:18pm
Hundreds of armed rebels and civilians will begin evacuating a besieged town in eastern Ghouta, a rebel spokesman and Syrian government media reported Wednesday, in the first instance of fighters leaving the opposition stronghold east of the capital following a deal reached with the government.
Jari Tanner, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 21st - 12:16pm
Finland's government said Wednesday that delegates from North Korea, South Korea and the United States concluded "constructive" unofficial diplomatic talks in the Nordic country that were widely believed to be laying the groundwork for an upcoming meeting between the Koreas and a planned U.S.-North Korea summit.
Slovakia's president agreed with some misgivings Wednesday to appoint a new government to replace the one that resigned amid a political crisis triggered by the killings of a journalist and his fiancee.
Rahim Faiez, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 21st - 10:56am
An Islamic State group suicide bomber struck on the road to a Shiite shrine in Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday, killing at least 33 people as Afghans celebrated the Persian new year, authorities said.
Haruna Umar and Krista Larson, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 21st - 10:49am
Boko Haram Islamic extremists brought back nearly all of the 110 girls they had kidnapped from a boarding school last month, dropping them off in the middle of the night Wednesday with a warning: "Don't ever put your daughters in school again."
Macedonia's justice minister has resigned following public outcry over the case of a 4-year-old boy killed nearly two years ago, after a prosecutor reduced the charges against the driver of the car that hit the child.
Vladimir Isachenkov and Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 21st - 10:34am
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson insisted Wednesday that Moscow was responsible for a nerve-agent attack on an ex-spy on British soil, while a senior Russian diplomat challenged London to proof its claims, accusing it of "hiding facts" or staging the attack itself.