DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A Norwegian woman at the center of a Dubai rape claim dispute said Sunday that officials have dropped her 16-month sentence for having sex outside marriage and she is free to leave
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A building under renovation collapsed in the Ugandan capital on Monday, killing at least four people, police said as rescue workers started searching for survivors under the rubble.
The building collapse in downtown Kampala
BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s central bank says recent data indicate the country’s economy — Europe’s biggest — “expanded strongly” in the second quarter following a weak start to the year.
The Bundesbank said in its monthly report Monday
BEIJING (AP) — For eight years, motorcycle taxi driver Ji Zhongxing sought justice for what he said was a beating by city guards that left him paralyzed. Then he detonated a homemade bomb in Beijing, raising questions Monday
BRUSSELS (AP) — Official figures show that the debt burden of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro have hit all-time highs in the first quarter despite austerity measures designed to return public finances to health.
JERUSALEM (AP) — The path to formal negotiations with Israel is still blocked despite a U.S. suggestion that the sides are close to returning to the table, a senior Palestinian official said in another sign of skepticism that
OSLO, Norway (AP) — Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg marked the second anniversary of the terror acts that killed 77 people by calling for a continued fight against all forms of extremism.
In a wreath-laying ceremony at the
LOME, Togo (AP) — Pierre Warga is among the majority of Togo’s 6 million citizens who have spent their entire lives ruled by the Gnassingbe family.
Eyadema Gnassingbe was in power for 38 years before dying of a
LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portuguese stocks are up and its borrowing costs have fallen after the country’s political crisis was defused with a decision by the president to allow the fragile coalition to remain in charge.
BEIJING (AP) — Drug manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline, under investigation on suspicion its employees bribed Chinese doctors, said Monday some of its executives may have broken the law.
The British company said its president for Asia-Pacific and emerging markets met