Prosecutors say Danish inventor Peter Madsen tied up and tortured Swedish reporter Kim Wall before he either cut her throat or strangled her during a trip on his private submarine in August.
The United States and 28 other countries are launching a new plan to better identify and punish anyone who uses chemical weapons, amid new reports of a suspected chemical attack in Syria.
The nationalist Alternative for Germany party says one of its lawmakers will chair the German parliament’s budget committee, a key panel that oversees government spending.
A new opinion poll shows a significant gap between Republicans and Democrats in support for Israel, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seen as a divisive figure between the two camps.
Veteran AP photographer Manish Swarup has been capturing the struggles of the more than 680,000 Rohingya Muslims now living in sprawling refugee camps in Bangladesh. The Rohingya, a long-persecuted minority denied citizenship at home in Myanmar, began pouring across the border in late August after waves of attacks by Myanmar security forces and Buddhist mobs.
Conflict-torn Central African Republic is seeing the highest number of displaced people since fighting erupted there in 2013.
A radical Pakistani cleric wanted by the United States and released from detention last year claims he is not involved in any illegal activities and is inviting the United Nations to visit the offices of his charity in Lahore.
Mr. Masekela, who fused African folk with American jazz, achieved a No. 1 hit in 1968 with “Grazing in the Grass.”
It was already the second failed takeover attempt by Murdoch.
Former Brazilian president Lula da Silva is still leading in the polls but faces a host of corruption charges.
Polish state media report that three people have been arrested and charged with propagating fascism after a news program revealed details about a neo-Nazi group in Poland that celebrated Adolf Hitler.
Hundreds of Kenyans have held a peaceful demonstration at the country’s largest public hospital to demand that management act on allegations of rape and sexual harassment of patients.
Survivors and experts say the rush to return trafficked women to Nigeria is doing little to break the cycle of sex slavery.
Secretary Mattis' visit to Southeast Asia comes as the military refocuses efforts to counter China and Russia.
A top aide to presidential hopeful Sami Annan tells the AP the former chief of staff has been arrested by the military.
The Seine River has overflowed its banks in Paris, prompting authorities to close several roads and cancel boat cruises.
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The European Union’s legislature is looking to rejig its seat distribution after Britain departs and is considering allowing some lawmakers to be elected on EU-wide tickets.
A Kurdish militia spokesman says Turkey has shelled a city in northeastern Syria as Turkish forces press into a Syrian Kurdish enclave for the fourth straight day.
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