The speaker of Catalonia‘s assembly says he will start a new round of political contacts this week to propose a new candidate for regional president after a jailed separatist activist dropped his bid.
Iraq is hosting a friendly soccer tournament this week, with Syria and Qatar.
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Poland‘s foreign minister says Russia is trying to change the political order in Europe by destabilizing Eastern Europe, breaking trans-Atlantic unity and deepening divisions among European allies.
China‘s state-run national petroleum company has signed a deal worth 1.18 billion for stakes in two oil and natural gas concessions in the United Arab Emirates‘ capital of Abu Dhabi.
A senior U.S. diplomat was scheduled to speak alongside Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen at an event in Taipei on Wednesday, just days after President Donald Trump signed a new law promoting exchanges between officials from the two sides that has drawn protests from Beijing.
The Czech Republic‘s defense ministry has proposed increasing the number of its service members deployed in Afghanistan and other countries.
Workers in the largest logistics center in Spain, owned by global e-commerce giant Amazon, are striking over wages and overtime benefits.
African terrorist group Boko Haram has returned an unknown number of the 110 girls abducted from a Nigerian boarding school last month, witnesses said, but it came with a warning: ‘Don‘t ever put your daughters in school again.‘
A popular YouTuber was convicted of a hate crime in Britain on Tuesday after teaching a pet dog to give a Nazi salute and posting the video online.
Malaysia‘s coast guard says a Chinese sand-dredger has capsized off the country‘s southern coast, killing a crew member and leaving 14 others missing.
Police in Austin, Texas, were preparing to stage a media briefing early Wednesday about an officer-involved shooting, amid local media reports that the Austin bombing suspect had killed himself with an explosive device.
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Two men charged with throwing a rock off an interstate overpass in Pennsylvania in 2014 that critically injured an Ohio school teacher have been denied parole.
France‘s government has presented a bill to fight against sexual and gender-based violence, in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
Erika Harold, an attorney and former Miss America winner, won Tuesday‘s Republican primary in Illinois for attorney general, while state Sen. Kwame Raoul declared himself the victor on the Democratic side.
Macedonia‘s justice minister has resigned following a public outcry over the case of a 4-year-old boy killed in a traffic incident nearly two years ago.
Pope Francis has confirmed he plans a brief trip to Ireland in August to attend a big Catholic family rally.
Syria state media say the death toll from a rebel mortar assault on a market in Damascus has risen to 38, making it one of the deadliest attacks in the capital since the start of the seven-year civil war.
Kirk Korver, brother of Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyle Korver, died Tuesday at age 27 in Iowa, the NBA team said in a statement.
Snow is already in falling across the Mid-Atlantic, and is now moving into the Northeast.
Human Rights Watch says Libyan authorities would need to take drastic steps to ensure a general election planned for later this year is free and fair.
A Southern California teacher who was recorded bashing the U.S. military in a profane classroom rant was fired Tuesday evening.
Police in Texas say they are working an officer-involved shooting but it is unclear if it‘s related to the recent spate of bombings.