South Sudan civil war
Ululations and dancing erupted at the latest signing ceremony for peace, but will South Sudan's fighting end?
Congress of Deputies
Spanish lawmakers on Thursday voted to remove the remains of dictator Francisco ...
Mass surveillance in the United Kingdom
STRASBOURG, France (AP) — Europe's human rights court handed a partial victory Thursday to civil rights groups that challenged the legality of mass surveillance and intelligence-sharing practices exposed by American whistleblower Edward Snowden. The European Court of Human Rights ruled that some aspects of British surveillance regimes violated provisions in ...
Torture during the Algerian War of Independence
The Algerian War, long a source of national trauma for France, had a profound influence on its political institutions.
Organized crime in Nigeria
They opened fire at a village hall, where residents gather to watch films or football matches.
At least seven people at the popular "shipwreck beach" on Zakynthos are hurt as rocks plunge.
Hundreds of domestic animals, including cattle, were also lost to the flood.
Massachusetts gas explosions
At least one person was killed and 13 were injured in Massachusetts Thursday after a series of gas explosions tore through several communities outside Boston, officials said.
Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
An independent study, commissioned by the island's government, found that an estimated 2,975 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
2018 Atlantic hurricane season
The widening Florence, and its likelihood of lingering around the coast for days, will bring ocean water surging onto land and torrential rain.
European Central Bank
The European Central Bank is pushing ahead with its plan to gradually phase out its monetary stimulus, saying it is confident in the region's growth.
September 2018 inter-Korean summit
Heads of major South Korean conglomerates will be part of the South Korean delegation for the third North-South Korea summit in Pyongyang next week, South Korean media reported Thursday.