Germany’s newly elected parliament is set to hold its opening session, with lawmakers from the nationalist, anti-migration Alternative for Germany taking their seats for the first time after last month’s election.
New Zealand’s incoming government is hoping to make the nation greener by planting 100 million trees each year, ensuring the electricity grid runs entirely from renewable energy, and spending more money on cycle ways and rail transport.
Young men wielding knifes or cricket bats patrol the nighttime streets of India-controlled Kashmir in an ad-hoc vigilante effort to deter bandits who have been chopping off women’s long, woven hair.
An unseemly controversy at home brings attention to a complicated, shadowy war abroad.
A 15-year-year-old girl has told how she survived being tossed from a kayak by a great white shark off the Australian coast.
China’s ruling Communist Party has amended its constitution to add President Xi Jinping’s name and ideology in an extension of his formidable political sway.
The Latest on the trial in Malaysia of two women accused of killing North Korean ruler’s half brother (all times local):
China’s Communist Party inserts President Xi Jinping’s name, ideology into party’s constitution in symbol of his power.
The Australian defense chief says her country will deploy forces to train Filipino troops on urban warfare following a disastrous siege by pro-Islamic State group militants on Marawi city in the southern Philippines.
CORRECTS: Women accused of Kim Jong Nam murder tour the Malaysian airport as trial participants visit scene of attack. (Corrects APNewsAlert by removing reference to re-enactment)
Hong Kong’s highest court has freed pro-democracy activists Joshua Wong and Nathan Law on bail pending an appeal of their prison sentences after they were convicted of sparking massive protests in 2014.
The two women accused of killing the North Korean leader’s half brother are visiting the crime scene at the Malaysian airport as part of a re-enactment of the fatal attack.
Women on trial in Kim Jong Nam murder are visiting the Malaysian airport as part of a trial re-enactment of the attack.
Hong Kong democracy activists Joshua Wong, Nathan Law freed on bail pending appeal of case related to 2014 protests.
The model lunar rover didn’t much impress the retiree in a cotton Mao jacket visiting an exhibition of Chinese achievements under President Xi Jinping. Nor did the displays charting China’s climate change progress or other technological advancements.
Four of the five opposition governors recently elected in Venezuela took an oath Monday before leaders of the all-powerful, pro-government constitutional assembly, reversing an earlier refusal and underlining fractures in the opposition.
The U.N. Security Council has scheduled a Tuesday vote on a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would extend the work of inspectors seeking to determine who is responsible for chemical weapons attacks in Syria, and the big question is whether Russia will veto it.
Four of the five opposition governors recently elected in Venezuela have taken an oath before leaders of the all-powerful, pro-government constitutional assembly after initially refusing to do so.
The Trump administration has approved the return to Venezuela of several U.S. government employees pulled from the country in July at the height of anti-government protests.
Large European Union countries should do their fair share and accept more migrants from overburdened members that are the typical entry points into Europe, Cyprus’ interior ministry said Monday.