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April 28, 2017
10 Things to Know for Friday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday: 1. WHO FACES ...
April 12, 2017
Lebanon's president adjourns Parliament for 1 month
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says he is invoking his constitutional powers to adjourn the parliament for one month.
April 05, 2017
Gambia parliament vote crucial to transition for new leader
Many Gambians hope to secure a transition from decades of dictatorship to democracy on Thursday as they vote in parliamentary ...
March 16, 2017
Moroccan king, in rare move, ousts designated prime minister
In a highly unusual move, Morocco's king ousted the designated prime minister in an effort to settle a five-month deadlock ...
March 15, 2017
10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday: 1. WHITE HOUSE ...
March 12, 2017
Albania's premier says 4 Cabinet ministers stepping down
Albania's prime minister says that four Cabinet ministers will step down and devote themselves to campaigning for the June ...
March 10, 2017
Indonesia politicians caught up in $170 million graft case
Indonesian politicians with key roles in President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's governing coalition have been caught up in a ...
March 09, 2017
Correction: Netherlands-Election-Greens story
In a story March 8 about the Dutch Green Left party, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the party's best ever ...
March 05, 2017
Bahrain parliament approves military trials for civilians
Bahrain's parliament on Sunday approved a constitutional change allowing military courts to try civilians, the kingdom's ...
March 05, 2017
Wanted: Female candidates for Algeria's parliament quota
Algerian law requires the next parliament to be made up of 30 percent women — but political parties across the spectrum have ...
March 03, 2017
Polish EU lawmaker says women intellectually inferior to men
A Polish member of the European Parliament has launched another sexist tirade, calling it a "20th century stereotype that ...
February 21, 2017
Italy's Renzi brushes off schism, positions self for future
Former Italian Premier Matteo Renzi brushed off a fracture within his ruling Democratic Party on Tuesday as he positioned ...
February 19, 2017
Italy's Renzi resigns as party chief, seeks renewed mandate
Former Italian Premier Matteo Renzi resigned on Sunday as leader of his fractious Democratic Party in a bid to win a fresh, ...
February 19, 2017
Muslim groups criticize Wilders' 'Moroccan scum' comments
Muslim organizations in the Netherlands on Sunday criticized disparaging comments about Moroccans made by anti-Islam lawmaker ...
February 15, 2017
Mongolia nationalizes mine, prompts warning on investors
Mongolian lawmakers have told the government to revoke a private company's purchase of a stake in a major copper mine, a move ...
February 01, 2017
Dutch ballots to be counted by hand amid hacking fears
The Dutch government announced Wednesday it is scrapping computer software used to tally and transmit election results amid ...
January 25, 2017
French prosecutor probes job once held by candidate's wife
French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon's campaign hit its first major hurdle Wednesday, when financial prosecutors ...
January 11, 2017
Iceland gets new govt, could restart talks on entering EU
Iceland got a new, Pirate Party-free government on Wednesday, almost three months after an election that produced no outright ...
January 10, 2017
Trudeau shuffles Cabinet, Freeland named top Canada diplomat
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shook up his Cabinet on Tuesday, less than two weeks before Donald Trump's ...
January 09, 2017
Rafsanjani, Iran leader whose life mirrored nation's, dies
Iran's former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani died Sunday after a decades-long career in the ruling elite, where his ...