The Israeli military says it has killed an Islamic Jihad commander in an airstrike at his Gaza City home.
US commander in Syria: American troops redeploying to bases, including in new locations, to keep up pressure on IS.
Moldova's government coalition between a pro-European group and a Russian-backed party has fallen after losing a no-confidence vote in parliament.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned Europe nations that his country could release Islamic State prisoners and send them back to Europe, in response to EU sanctions over Cyprus.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says she's "dumbfounded" the U.K. government has failed to release a report on Russian influence in British politics as the country prepares for national elections.
Protesters are disrupting the morning commute in Hong Kong after an especially violent day in the Chinese city that has been wracked by anti-government protests for more than five months.
Britain's Labour Party says it has experienced a "sophisticated and large scale cyberattack" on its digital platforms.
Democrats and Republicans see open impeachment hearings starting this week as their best opportunity to shape public opinion -- this time on TV.
Rise and fall of Evo Morales: Bolivia's first indigenous president flees his crisis-torn country after deadly clashes over electoral election ending nearly 14 years in power.
The European Union's top court says that EU countries must oblige retailers to identify products made in Israeli settlements with special labels, a ruling likely to spark anger in Israel.
Huawei paying employees bonuses for coping with U.S. sanctions on Chinese tech giant.
French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an international peace forum _ in the notable absence of the United States _ to discuss solutions to ease the world's tensions, including fighting terrorism and climate change.
People urged to evacuate woodland areas as hot, dry, windy conditions pose extreme fire danger across Australia's most populous state.
European Union foreign ministers are discussing ways to keep the Iran nuclear deal intact after the Islamic Republic began enrichment work at its Fordo power plant.
Two trains collide in Bangladesh, killing at least 15 and injuring many others.
Poland's newly elected parliament is inaugurating its four-year term with a ceremonial sitting Tuesday, after elections last month gave a second term to the populist conservative Law and Justice party.
France has reopened a contested Jewish tomb in east Jerusalem after several aborted attempts.
Iran has awarded a top prize in the study of science to two U.S.-educated scientists.
In a Catholic preparatory school, seamstresses from the Congregation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Sisters of Bangkok are studiously snipping and sewing, fashioning robes for the upcoming visit of Pope Francis.
Performers wounded in a knife attack on stage in Saudi Arabia in the first such incident since the kingdom began loosening decades of restrictions on entertainment.
The makers of a South African gin infused with elephant dung swear their use of the animal's excrement is no gimmick.
The United Nations' nuclear watchdog reported Monday that its inspectors have discovered uranium particles of a man-made origin "at a location in Iran not declared to the agency.".
A semi-official agency in Iraq says four protesters were killed and some 130 wounded in clashes between security forces and protesters in a southern city the day before.
Britain's main political parties are using Armistice Day to showcase plans to improve the lot of veterans ahead of a Dec. 12 election.
A senior U.S. coalition commander at a base in Syria says American troops are redeploying to bases, including in some new locations, to keep up the pressure on the Islamic State militants.
AP Explains: Bolivians are divided over whether Morales was ousted by a coup or a popular uprising.
Bolivia has entered a sudden era of political uncertainty with the resignation of President Evo Morales after a push by the military and weeks of massive protests.
Gambia has filed a case at the United Nations' highest court accusing Myanmar of genocide in its campaign against the Rohingya Muslim minority.
Turkey says US national sent home as Ankara begins repatriating captured IS fighters.
Angry supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales have set up barricades to block roads leading to the country's main airport.