CAIRO (AP) — Two Muslim Brotherhood officials in the northern Egyptian city of Damanhour have been ordered to stand trial for allegedly kidnapping and torturing three men at the group’s headquarters there, according to the city prosecutor’s office.
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — A barrage of bullets and two car bomb blasts rattled Mogadishu on Sunday when nine al-Shabab Islamic extremists stormed Somalia’s main court complex, officials said, in a two-hour attack that shows the country’s most
LONDON (AP) — One of Britain’s leading academic institutions, the London School of Economics, is accusing the BBC of putting students at risk by using them as cover for a covert reporting trip to North Korea.
BERLIN (AP) — The leader of a new anti-euro party called Sunday for Germany to leave the common currency, telling an inaugural convention that the euro forces German taxpayers to rescue bankrupt southern European countries whose people denounce
CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — The Guinean opposition on Sunday called for a march to protest President Alpha Conde’s announcement that elections will be held on June 30.
Opposition supporters will hold a peaceful demonstration in the capital, Conakry,
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, whose conservative ideas made an enduring impact on Britain, has died. She was 87.
JERUSALEM (AP) — A dormant, decade-old Mideast peace plan has suddenly emerged as a possible key to breaking years of deadlock between Israel and the Palestinians.
A top Palestinian official said Sunday that the visiting U.S. Secretary of
LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal’s prime minister says his bailed-out country must make deeper cuts in public services to compensate for a court ruling that prohibited some tax increases.
Pedro Passos Coelho said in a televised address to
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s annual memorial day for the 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust has begun with a ceremony marking 70 years since the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
The uprising has come to symbolize Jewish resistance against
LONDON (AP) — There may be nearly four times as many people infected with the tropical disease dengue globally than was previously believed, according to a new study.
The World Health Organization has estimated there are about 50