Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 9:14pm
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has always wanted to lead the diplomacy aimed at ending the North Korean nuclear crisis, even as he was overshadowed in his first year in office by a belligerent standoff between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
Mexico's electoral authorities say only one of three independent candidates for president who initially seemed to have gathered the necessary number of signatures to make the ballot appears to have actually qualified after a detailed review.
Tran Van Minh and Grant Peck, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 6:46pm
Talk of peace dominated the 50th anniversary commemoration of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, but among the hundreds in the audience were survivors and a former U.S. Army photographer whose gruesome images galvanized anti-war opinion.
Manuel Rueda, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 5:01pm
The United Nations said Friday that 84 human rights activists were killed in Colombia last year as the country struggles to contain violence following a 2016 peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
Tom Odula, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 2:44pm
Kenyan officials said Friday that at least 15 people have drowned and scores of families have been displaced across the East African nation during two days of heavy rainfall that caused flooding in urban and rural areas.
Jan M. Olsen and David Keyton, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 2:08pm
Sweden's foreign minister held what she called "good and constructive" talks with her North Korean counterpart on Friday amid growing speculation about a possible meeting in the Scandinavian country between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Monika Scislowska, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 1:18pm
Germany's new foreign minister stressed the need for preserving European unity Friday during his visit to Poland, a recalcitrant European Union member that has been following its own path on some issues.