TOKYO (AP) — Dozens of Japanese train passengers pushed a 32-ton train carriage away from the platform to free a woman who had fallen into the 20-centimeter (eight-inch) gap between the train and platform during the busy morning
BANDUNG, Indonesia (AP) — The owner of a Nazi-themed cafe in central Indonesia said Monday he has decided to permanently close down amid intense pressure from home and abroad.
Henry Mulyana, who ran the Soldatenkaffee in the West
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The U.S. Navy says it is considering salvaging four unarmed bombs dropped by U.S. fighter jets into Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Marine Park last week when a training exercise went wrong.
Two jets from
LONDON (AP) — Representatives of the world’s media have been camped outside St. Mary’s Hospital in central London for days, waiting for the birth of a child who will be third in line for the British throne.
BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors have charged a Lebanese-German dual national with spying on exiled Syrian dissidents for Syrian intelligence.
The federal prosecutors’ office said Monday it filed espionage charges at a Berlin court against the 60-year-old, identified
GOMA, Congo (AP) — Congo’s army says fighting has resumed between government forces and M23 rebels in the east of the country following a three-day lull.
Army spokesman Col. Olivier Hamuli confirmed that fighting took place Monday at
CAIRO (AP) — The family of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is accusing the country’s military of “kidnapping” him, and says it holds the military responsible for his “safety and security.”
The statement is the first from Morsi’s
BEIJING (AP) — China’s state media say death toll from quake in country’s northwest rises to 75.
LONDON (AP) — The wait is almost over.
News that Prince William’s wife Kate is in labor invigorated the makeshift encampment outside St. Mary’s Hospital — a melange of journalists, photographers, curious onlookers and a few die-hard royalists.
BRUSSELS (AP) — EU puts Hezbollah’s military wing on its terror list.