France's Macron to promote climate effort at G-7 summit

France's Macron to promote climate effort at G-7 summit

French President Emmanuel Macron wants an August summit of the Group of Seven advanced economies to take concrete initiatives on climate change despite divergences with the United States on the issue.

Ex-slugger David Ortiz had counted on fans to protect him

Ex-slugger David Ortiz had counted on fans to protect him

Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is recovering in Boston from a two-hour exploratory surgery after being shot at a bar in his native Dominican Republic.

Building materials helped spread Grenfell fire, US suit says

Building materials helped spread Grenfell fire, US suit says

An American lawyer known for winning huge legal awards over deadly construction accidents plans to hold a news conference on the 2017 apartment fire in London that killed 72 people.

Russian journalist freed after police abruptly drop charges

Russian journalist freed after police abruptly drop charges

Russia's interior minister says all charges against an investigative journalist arrested on suspicion of drug dealing have been dropped.

Botswana decriminalizes gay sex in landmark Africa case

Botswana decriminalizes gay sex in landmark Africa case

Botswana's High Court rejects sections of the penal code criminalizing same-sex relations.

Trump says he wouldn't allow US to use Kim family as assets

Trump says he wouldn't allow US to use Kim family as assets

South Korean agencies say they cannot confirm a report that the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was a U.S. intelligence source and traveled to Malaysia to meet his CIA contact before assassination.

US resident released from Iran custody says it eases tension

US resident released from Iran custody says it eases tension

Iranian judiciary spokesman: Iran agrees to hand over US permanent resident imprisoned for years to Lebanese officials.

Sunken Danube tour boat is raised in Hungary, 4 bodies found

Sunken Danube tour boat is raised in Hungary, 4 bodies found

Hungarian rescuers are starting efforts to raise a sunken tour boat out of the Danube River after a fatal collision.

The Latest: Crane lifts sunken tour boat out of Danube River

The Latest: Crane lifts sunken tour boat out of Danube River

The bodies of four victims appear to have been recovered from the sunken Danube River tour boat in Hungary.

Iran revokes New York Times correspondent's accreditation

Iran revokes New York Times correspondent's accreditation

The New York Times says Iran has revoked the press accreditation of its Tehran-based correspondent without explanation.

Police, protesters face off ahead of Hong Kong law debate

Police, protesters face off ahead of Hong Kong law debate

Hong Kong's leader says a highly controversial extradition law will proceed to the territory's legislature.

Boris Johnson builds momentum in UK Conservative race

Boris Johnson builds momentum in UK Conservative race

Boris Johnson has solidified his front-runner status in the race to become Britain's next prime minister by gaining backing from leading pro-Brexit lawmakers.

Japan premier hopes to ease US-Iran tensions in Tehran visit

Japan premier hopes to ease US-Iran tensions in Tehran visit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's trip to Tehran represents the highest-level effort yet to de-escalate tensions between the U.S. and Iran.

The Latest: Freed Russian journalist thanks supporters

The Latest: Freed Russian journalist thanks supporters

Russia's interior minister says all charges against an investigative journalist arrested on suspicion of drug dealing have been dropped.

Muslim couple deny terror-related charges in Madrid re-trial

Muslim couple deny terror-related charges in Madrid re-trial

A Moroccan-born Spaniard and his Mexican wife are denying charges in their re-trial that they helped recruit militants for the Islamic State in Madrid.

The Latest: Police, protesters face off ahead of debate

The Latest: Police, protesters face off ahead of debate

The head of Hong Kong's legislature has announced the schedule for debate on contentious changes to the territory's extradition laws, setting a vote by June 20.

Rival governments vie for power in Moldova political crisis

Rival governments vie for power in Moldova political crisis

Moldova's ousted president says he wants to cancel a decision by his interim replacement to dissolve parliament amid a deepening political crisis.

Second Swede jailed for royal jewels heist

Second Swede jailed for royal jewels heist

A second man has been sentenced to three years in prison in connection with the theft of 17th-century royal treasures estimated to be worth 65 million kronor ($7 million) from a cathedral west of Stockholm last year.

US says Egypt, Jordan and Morocco to attend peace workshop

US says Egypt, Jordan and Morocco to attend peace workshop

A White House official says that Egypt, Jordan and Morocco have confirmed their attendance at U.S. conference this month in Bahrain, where the administration will unveil the economic portion of its plan for Mideast peace.

The Latest: Freed US resident blasts Iran over detention

The Latest: Freed US resident blasts Iran over detention

Lebanese airport official says a Lebanese businessman and U.S. resident freed by Iran has arrived in Beirut.

European officials frustrated over faltering Iran nuke pact

European officials frustrated over faltering Iran nuke pact

The foreign ministers of Germany and Sweden have expressed frustration over the possible demise of the Iran nuclear deal.

Starbucks launches reusable cups trial at UK airport

Starbucks launches reusable cups trial at UK airport

Starbucks and environmental charity Hubbub are launching a trial program to lend passengers at Britain's Gatwick Airport reusable cups while waiting for their flights in hopes of cutting down on waste.

Charity watchdog condemns Oxfam for Haiti behavior

Charity watchdog condemns Oxfam for Haiti behavior

England's charity watchdog has condemned Oxfam for having a "culture of poor behavior," in connection with the sexual misconduct scandal involving workers in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake.

Trump signals frustration with Fed's independent policies

Trump signals frustration with Fed's independent policies

Trump signals frustration with Fed's independent policies in contrast to China's central bank.

Leader say Brexit shows Scotland must chart a new path

Leader say Brexit shows Scotland must chart a new path

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Brexit and the "horror show" of the British government leadership contest are signs that Scotland needs to chart a different path, probably outside the United Kingdom.