BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — She uses a wheelchair and carries the weight of her 87 years, but Clelia Luro feels powerful enough to make the Roman Catholic Church pay attention to her campaign to end priestly celibacy.
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Mobile phone users in Nigeria can now keep their old number when switching services, a major shakeup in the West African nation’s lucrative telecommunications market where customers often complain of poor service.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia is taking the first steps to switch its weekend to begin on Fridays to align its banking and business days with most other nations in the region.
Saudi media reports say
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A game reserve in Kenya plans to hold a memorial next month for Anna Merz, a conservationist who sought to protect the rhinoceros from systematic poaching that has severely depleted its numbers in Africa.
MOSCOW (AP) — Authorities say a man opened fire in a southwestern town, killing at least six people before fleeing.
Officials at the city hall in Belgorod said Monday that the man opened fire outside a department store,
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Libyan military officers are demanding the dismissal of the army chief of staff, pledging to go on strike if he is not replaced.
Hundreds of officers met late Sunday in the eastern Libyan city
KUWAIT CITY (AP) — A defense lawyer in Kuwait says a former parliament member was granted bail and will remain free while fighting a five-year sentence for a speech considered insulting to the Gulf nation’s emir.
BEIJING (AP) — China’s top general says Beijing considers a fourth North Korean nuclear test to be a possibility.
Chief of the General Staff Gen. Fang Fenghui said Monday that Beijing firmly opposes the North’s nuclear weapons program
BRUSSELS (AP) — A senior American official says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will host a meeting of top Afghan and Pakistani officials this week in Brussels to discuss reconciliation with the Taliban and other issues.
MAKHACHKALA, Russia (AP) — An aunt of the elder Boston bombing suspect says he struggled to find himself while trying to reconnect with his Chechen identity on a trip to Russia last year.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev “seemed to be