In our news wrap Monday, rebels pulled back from a demilitarized zone that was established in a deal that prevented a Syrian government offensive against Idlib province. Meanwhile, the country’s primary checkpoint with Jordan opened for the first time in…
By Jeffrey Brown
The film “22 July” is a dramatization of the 2011 massacre at a Norwegian summer camp. A right-wing fanatic killed 77 people. Jeffrey Brown talks with British director Paul Greengrass about the film, the country’s reaction to the massacre and…
By Joshua Barajas, Erica R. Hendry
Washington state just eliminated the death penalty, Hungary bans sleeping in public areas and other stories we're reading now.
By Malcolm Brabant
Libya has cracked down on African migrants seeking to flee to Europe. As a result, Morocco has become the new jumping off point from the African continent. One flashpoint is Ceuta, a Spanish enclave at the northern tip of the…
By Hope Yen, Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President Donald Trump also said he is dispatching Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to the region.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
By making a rare second trip this year to Vietnam, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is signaling how intensively the Trump administration is trying to counter China's military assertiveness by cozying up to smaller nations in the region that share American…
By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Saudi Arabia warned Sunday it will respond to any "threats" against it as its stock market plunged following President Donald Trump's warning of "severe punishment" over the disappearance of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi.
By Zeynep Bilginsoy, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Turkish officials have an audio recording of the alleged killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi from the Apple Watch he wore when he walked into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul over a week ago, a pro-government Turkish newspaper reported Saturday.
By Cara Anna, Al-Hadji Kudra Maliro, Associated Press
The deadly virus' appearance for the first time in the far northeast has sparked fear.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
The National Park Service is exploring whether to require protest organizers to pay for law enforcement and other support services for their demonstrations at the nation's capital.
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