Thousands mourn Bosnian government critic slain in ambush
Thousands of people in Bosnia have attended the funeral of a prominent businessman and government critic who was gunned down this week in a mafia-style ambush.
Rescuers search for 21 Venezuelans after boat capsizes
A boat with an estimated 35 passengers from Venezuela has sunk in the Caribbean Sea and most of those aboard are missing, authorities said Thursday.
Mexico's crackdown forces migrants to more dangerous routes
Mexico's crackdown on migration is not cutting off the flow of Central Americans, but rather forcing migrants into the shadows and greater danger, despite government assurances that the central thrust of its policy is to protect them.
AP Interview: Sri Lanka's PM says potential bombers at large
AP Interview: Sri Lanka's prime minister says suspects linked to the coordinated Easter Sunday attacks remain at large and could have access to explosives.
Spain election dominated by uncertainty, splintered right
Spain election dominated by uncertainty, splintered right; far-right party expected to get seats.
Cyprus army captain claims he killed 5 women, 2 girls
A Cyprus court has extended for another two days the detention of a man suspected in the killings of two women after police connected him to another woman who disappeared in 2017.
Monitors: US-led coalition killed 1,600 civilians in Raqqa
Two organizations say U.S.-led coalition killed more than 1,600 civilians in the northern Syria city of Raqqa during months of bombardment that liberated it from IS.
Macron offers tax cut to French workers to quell anger
French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to unveil long-awaited plans to quell anti-government protests that have marred his presidency.
At Kim-Putin summit, hearty handshakes and manspreading
At his first summit with Russian President, North Korean leader shows off confident side, an apparently chronic problem with breathlessness and a knack for manspreading.
Party leader calls LGBT rights an imported threat to Poland
The chairman of Poland's conservative ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has called the LGBT rights movement a foreign import that threatens the Polish nation.
Japan's Abe talks trade with EU chiefs ahead of US visit
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and top European Union officials are discussing trade, bilateral ties and North Korea, on the latest leg of Abe's international tour to prepare for the G-20 summit in June.
The Latest: Protesters unimpressed by Macron's proposals
French President Emmanuel Macron has pledged to cut income taxes for middle-class workers.
German Greens won't back aspiring EU head who woos far right
A leading candidate for Germany's Green party says they won't support the election of anyone hoping to head the European Union's executive branch if that candidate seeks the support of the far right.
6 Turkish journalists sent to jail after losing appeals
Six former journalists from an opposition newspaper have returned to prison to serve sentences after an appeals court confirmed their conviction on terror charges.
Europe's far-right leaders campaign in Prague for EU vote
Europe's far-right political leaders have campaigned in Prague in hopes their populist message will earn support in the European Parliament elections next month.
Australia leader plays down terror threat at Gallipoli event
Australia's prime minister plays down any potential link between the arrest of an a suspected Islamic State group member in Turkey and a World War I battle commemoration attended by hundreds.
Prince Harry attends public event as royal baby wait goes on
Prince Harry has attended a service commemorating war dead from Australia and New Zealand as he and his wife Meghan await the birth of their first child.
The Latest: Official: 21 missing after Venezuelan boat sinks
Officials say they're searching for 21 people who are missing after a boat sank in the Caribbean Sea off the shore of Venezuela.
Albania opposition blocks highways in its anti-govt protest
Albanian opposition members have blocked national highways in their latest protest of a government they accuse of being corrupt and linked to organized crime, claims the government denies.
Sri Lanka Muslims, refugees fear backlash from Easter attack
Muslims, refugees from Pakistan fear reprisal attacks in Sri Lanka after Easter suicide bombings.
New cyclone begins to make landfall in northern Mozambique
New cyclone set to make landfall in northern Mozambique, just 6 weeks after Cyclone Idai.
The Latest: Cyprus army officer says he killed 7
Two law enforcement officials in Cyprus say a double-homicide suspect told investigators he killed seven people, five women and two girls.
US takes step toward listing giraffes as threatened species
The Trump administration has taken a first step toward extending protections for giraffes under the Endangered Species Act.
The Latest: Seoul hopeful Putin-Kim talks will help peace
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have shaken hands before heading to talks at a university in Russia's far-eastern city of Vladivostok.
Nissan ex-chair Ghosn released from Japanese detention
Japanese court has approved the release for detained Nissan ex-chair Carlos Ghosn on bail; prosecutors can appeal.