A Bermuda police spokesman says authorities have found a body amid search for US college student.
The Cyprus Cooperative Bank says it’s looking for investors to buy up the lender either in whole or in part.
A Macedonian court has overturned the more than decade-old terrorism convictions of 10 ethnic Albanian men, many of whom served long prison terms over a mine attack on a NATO vehicle.
One man told Quartz he makes just $3 a day.
Spanish police say the man suspected of plotting an ISIS-inspired attack in Colombia appeared on their radar for his hate-filled messages toward the United States, a country where he had lived and was allegedly trying to get to.
Cuba has opened up its first wholesale market in an economy dominated by government-run enterprises.
Experts say it defies economic logic and points to nuclear weapons ambitions.
Turkey’s seizure of the town of Afrin in northern Syria is a significant military achievement for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that gives him control over a large chunk of Syrian territory but also entrenches his troops as an occupying force in a crowded terrain packed with adversaries.
Finance ministers and central bankers of G-20 countries are meeting in Argentina at a summit that has been eclipsed by growing concerns over U.S. President Donald Trump’s import tariffs on steel and aluminum and the potential of a trade war.
The decision puts the Belgian government in the position of picking ideological winners and losers among strains of Islam.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Poland for top-level talks that will focus on the European Union’s future and security, and on bilateral issues between the neighboring countries.
The European Union’s foreign policy chief says the EU is reluctant to change the landmark nuclear agreement with Iran even as U.S. President Donald Trump threatens to walk away from the pact.
Sunday's election in Russia had blatant abuses, but it was probably cleaner than previous votes.
The United Nations said Monday it received official notification of the Philippines’ decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, a move that follows the tribunal’s announcement of a preliminary probe of drug suspect killings under the president.
A fawn that became stranded on a patch of ice in Finland’s Inkoo archipelago has gotten a hand from members of the Finnish coast guard.
Smoothly and confidently, Syrian President Bashar Assad merged into traffic at a large roundabout in Damascus before driving himself to the suburbs where his forces are battling rebels.
Pope Francis is cautioning bishops to avoid politicking, business and high society.
Yemeni security officials say local forces backed by the United Arab Emirates are expanding their reach in the country’s south, where they have clashed with forces loyal to the internationally recognized president.
Finland’s foreign minister says representatives from North and South Korea are holding diplomatic talks in the Nordic country and describes Finland’s role as a “facilitator.”
Dutch police say four people have been killed in a collision between a minibus and a truck in the southern town of Helmond.
Martina Navratilova is “angry” and feels let down by the BBC after learning that John McEnroe gets paid at least 10 times more than her for their broadcasting roles at Wimbledon.
Now that President Vladimir Putin has overwhelmingly won re-election for another six years, some are wondering whether he will try to stay in power in Russia for life.
France’s ambassador to Poland has greeted a group of returning Polish climbers, one of whom helped rescue a French woman in the Himalayas.
The top U.S. military officer visited Afghanistan on Monday to evaluate the military campaign and ensure new American advisory teams and an upgraded Afghan Air Force are on target as the next fighting season with the Taliban looms.
The U.N. aid chief says humanitarian needs have doubled in Congo over the last year as a result of conflict, with 13 million people needing aid and over 2 million children suffering from “severe acute malnutrition.”
Austria’s Constitutional Court says it will consider whether a third gender should be an option for official records, taking up the case of a person who unsuccessfully sought to have their entry changed to “inter” or a similar word.
Canada has announced a peacekeeping effort in the West African country of Mali that includes six helicopters and some support troops.
“These elections were the last ones,” said the nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
The top U.S. military officer has arrived in Afghanistan to take a closer look at the ongoing campaign to beef up training and advisory teams as the next fighting season looms.
A court in northern Greece has convicted a Syrian refugee of having been a fighter with the Islamic State group in Syria, and sentenced him to eight years’ imprisonment.
Borussia Dortmund’s ex-coach Thomas Tuchel has testified at the trial of a man accused of bombing the German soccer club’s bus that the attack was partly responsible for his departure.
A SWAT team from Iraq’s Anbar province observed U.S. instructors responding to a bomb threat in a drill at a U.S.-backed counter-terrorism training center in Jordan.
Slovakia’s prosecutor general has asked Italian authorities to create a joint investigative team with their Slovak counterparts in the case of the slaying of a journalist and his fiancee that triggered a serious political crisis.
The head of U.N. peacekeepers in Lebanon is praising their contribution to peace efforts as the force marks 40 years since its establishment on the frontier with neighboring Israel.
After Afrin victory, Turkey’s president vows to expand military operations into other Kurdish-held areas in Syria, Iraq.
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has met his Egyptian counterpart in Cairo, as the two countries look to repair ties that were recently frayed over an upstream Nile dam being built by Ethiopia.
The deadly attack underscores the danger of dispersing small teams across a vast continent.
British police say no sign of forced entry has been found at the home where a London-based Russian businessman died from a neck compression.
Putin says Russia will not engage in arms race and will seek constructive relations with other countries.
Powerful new anti-graft commission allows detention for months without access to lawyers. It will help President Xi Jinping maintain control, but at a cost.
Pope Francis has asked forgiveness for all Christians who buy sex from women, saying that men who frequent prostitutes are criminals with a “sick mentality” who think that women exist to be exploited.
Negotiators from the European Union and Britain on Monday hailed major progress in the Brexit talks, but conceded there had been no breakthrough on keeping open the Irish border.
Germany’s government is rejecting the idea that former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder should face sanctions over his links to Russian business and to President Vladimir Putin.
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OSCE observers: Russia’s presidential election conducted openly but in an ‘overly controlled’ environment.
Land-locked Bolivia is calling on the International Court of Justice to order Chile to enter negotiations over granting Bolivia access to the Pacific Ocean.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s nominee to head the U.N. migration agency acknowledges a controversy over his social media posts about Muslims and other topics, but insists “retweets are not endorsements” and says he wants to be judged on his actions as a humanitarian.
Iran has sentenced to death a supporter of a Sufi leader who rammed a bus into a group of policemen last month, killing three, before being arrested.
A Spanish aid group says Italy has seized one of its migrant rescue boats because it refused to cave in to death threats by the Libya coast guard and hand over the migrants.
The Latest on the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter in Britain (all times local):
An Afghan official says a bomb attached to a motorcycle exploded outside a sports stadium in eastern Nangarhar province’s capital, killing three people.
South Korean prosecutors say they have requested an arrest warrant for former President Lee Myung-bak over corruption allegations.
Snow and freezing rain have delayed dozens of flights in Romania, while trains are also running late after an unseasonal cold snap gripped the country.
The French national is alleged to have used diplomatic vehicle to smuggle pistols and rifles from Hamas-controlled Gaza to the West Bank.
France’s government has presented a plan to better fight against racism and anti-Semitism, focusing on social media and prevention in schools.
Danish police say they are searching at least two people suspected of attacking the Turkish embassy in Copenhagen with firebombs.
The Roman Catholic Church in Scotland says Cardinal Keith O’Brien, who became the first cardinal in history to recuse himself from a papal election over a personal scandal, has died. He was 80.
Indonesia’s seizure of a luxury yacht wanted as part of a U.S. probe into the alleged multibillion-dollar theft of funds from a Malaysian state investment company is being challenged by the vessel’s owner, police said Monday.
Ugandan authorities say they have found fake Hepatitis B vaccines at some health facilities, including in the capital, Kampala.
Final Russian election results: Putin wins 4th presidential term with 76.6 percent of vote, his highest score ever.
Keith O’Brien, first cardinal to recuse himself from a conclave because of a personal scandal has died .
Beneath the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean island nation of the Seychelles, a fight is growing to save the coral reefs that shelter a range of creatures, from tiny invertebrates to the sprawling octopus, from climate change.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is describing Russian claims that it is not responsible for the poisoning of a former spy as absurd, and says the U.K. has the full backing of its European partners.
Ahead of Zimbabwe’s crucial elections this year, the biggest opposition party has selected a charismatic lawyer and pastor to challenge the military-backed president in the first vote without former leader Robert Mugabe in decades.
New Delhi police have launched an investigation into the investors’ complaint.
The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local):
Indonesian police say a luxury yacht seized as part of a U.S. probe into the alleged multibillion-dollar theft of funds from a Malaysian state investment company has not been handed over to the U.S. because of a legal challenge from its owner.
The Latest on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s re-election victory (all times local):
Israel’s internal security agency says a French employee of France’s Consulate in Jerusalem has been arrested on charges of smuggling dozens of guns from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank.
The squat glass bottles held the urine of sport’s greatest stars and helped confound its cheating scoundrels. The ‘click, click’ of their locking caps being firmly screwed on was a familiar sound to athletes around the world, on early mornings when sample collectors knocked on their doors and at doping control stations at the Olympic Games, World Cups and other major events.
Egypt’s military says four troops and 36 Islamic militants have died in the past five days of fighting in the restive Sinai Peninsula.
A Syria war monitoring group says Turkish-allied militiamen are looting the northern Syrian town of Afrin after the Turkish military and allied Syrian fighters seized control of it.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been grilled in parliament by opposition lawmakers over a widening school land sale scandal linked to his wife, as approval ratings for his Cabinet plunged to their lowest levels.
A U.S.-trained economist was appointed Monday to succeed the longtime governor of China’s central bank, Zhou Xiaochuan, at a time when the ruling Communist Party is trying to reduce financial risks and surging debt.
A look at recent developments in the South China Sea, where China is pitted against smaller neighbors in multiple disputes over islands, coral reefs and lagoons in waters crucial for global commerce and rich in fish and potential oil and gas reserves:
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s crushing re-election victory puts his opponents in a tough spot.
Israeli police say an Israeli man has died of his wounds after a Palestinian attacker stabbed him in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Vladimir Putin now has a stronger hold on Russia — and stronger place in the world — thanks to an overwhelming mandate for yet another term as president.
Mohammed bin Salman brings his own baggage to a city reeling from Trump's scandals and outbursts.
Under a patchwork shelter of overlapping tarps and repurposed vinyl advertisements, several dozen residents of 18 Independence Street pack cheek by jowl into donated tents in the street near their building, which was damaged in the Sept. 19 earthquake.
China has appointed a former missile force commander as its new defense minister.
Asian stock markets were mixed Monday following Wall Street’s gain and China’s appointment of a new central bank governor and other top economic officials.
Philippine officials say firefighters have found two more bodies in a hotel and casino complex in the Philippine capital that was gutted by fire and thick heavy smoke and raised the death toll to five.
A court in Hanoi on Monday put on trial a former senior Communist Party official for alleged management while he headed the state oil giant.
Wildfires razed dozens of homes in southeast Australia, cut power to thousands more and killed livestock, but most of the weekend blazes had been contained by Monday. There have been no reports of serious injury, officials said.
China’s next economy czar is a Harvard-trained supporter of free markets who is President Xi Jinping’s top adviser. But he has no experience fighting the bureaucratic battles the post can require.
Top U.S., South Korean and Japanese officials have discussed how to achieve a complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula ahead of upcoming inter-Korean and U.S.-North Korean summit talks.
Vladimir Putin rolled to a crushing re-election victory Sunday for six more years as Russia’s president, and he told cheering supporters in a triumphant but brief speech that “we are bound for success.”
Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi was welcomed to Australia’s Parliament House on Monday for the official start of a state visit that has provoked protests over her muted response to a military crackdown against Rohingya Muslims.
The Italian news agency ANSA says a Spanish non-governmental organization’s migrant rescue ship has been sequestered in Sicily by prosecutors’ orders.
On Putin’s orders, Russia is said to have expanded military research on ‘novel’ weapons.
On a coast-to-coast tour, Mohammed bin Salman will try to persuade U.S. businesses that his country is a worthy partner.
Adventurism abroad could be the key to the Russian president’s ability to manage problems at home.
Putin rejects British accusations of Russian involvement in ex-spy’s poisoning as ‘nonsense’
Putin says Russia is ready to cooperate with Britain to investigate ex-spy’s poisoning.
Vladimir Putin is addressing supporters in Moscow on his election victory.
Hundreds of people are marching in Brazil’s second largest city to protest the murder of councilwoman and human rights activist Marielle Franco.
Social networks buzzed all day Sunday with videos, photos and firsthand accounts of voting violations in Russia’s presidential election.
Exit poll say that Vladimir Putin has won the presidential election with more than 70 percent of the vote.
Exit polls suggest Vladimir Putin has easily won a 4th term, keeping him as Russia’s president for 6 more years.