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The Latest on riots in Greece (all times local):
But both countries could do much more to close the gender pay gap.
Ri Yong Ho's visit comes as Cuba's relationship with the United States continues to deteriorate.
More than two dozen young Nigerian women who drowned during a migrant crossing from Libya were honored Friday with an interfaith funeral, closing out a gruesome new chapter in the years-long tragedy of desperate migrants trying to reach Europe and dying along the way.
Zimbabwe state-run broadcaster leads nightly report with ruling party seeking Mugabe departure.
Local government and security officials say suspected jihadists have staged an attack in Burkina Faso’s northern Soum province, killing at least six people.
The director of Puerto Rico’s power company resigned on Friday amid ongoing blackouts and scrutiny of a contract awarded to a small Montana-based company to help rebuild the electric grid destroyed by Hurricane Maria.
The director of Puerto Rico’s power company has resigned amid ongoing blackouts and scrutiny of a contract awarded to a small Montana-based company to help rebuild the electric grid destroyed by Hurricane Maria.
A Turkish minister says the “American system” has been infiltrated by a Muslim cleric blamed for last summer’s failed coup.
Corleone is a Sicilian medieval hill town whose bloody past began generations before “The Godfather” novels and films borrowed its name for a fictional Mafia don.
As negotiations at the global climate conference in Bonn, Germany, draw to a close Friday, here’s a look at which steps will be taken in the coming years to further international efforts to curb global warming:
Spain’s government says it can’t comment on news reports that the imam police say was the key figure behind the cell that killed 16 people in extremist attacks in Barcelona and a nearby town in August had once been an intelligence agency informer.
Pope Francis will be offering several hundred poor people — homeless, migrants, unemployed — a lunch of gnocchi, veal and tiramisu when he celebrates his first World Day of the Poor in the spirit of his namesake, St. Francis of Assisi.
A celebrity Russian TV host who intends to run for president in next March’s election says she hopes to make the nations’ tightly-controlled political system more inclusive and democratic.
To fabricate a conspiracy theory around our beloved Sari is not only Orientalist; it’s just plain stupid.
Poland’s prime minister says it is not acceptable that the Poles who took part in an Independence Day march in Warsaw were denounced as “fascists” in the European Parliament this week.
Paris region authorities say 1,142 clients of prostitutes have been fined in the French capital since a law that bans buying sex entered into effect in April 2016.
France’s Foreign Ministry said a Saudi-led coalition has “extracted” two French female journalists from war-torn Yemen.
The Latest on Kenya’s disputed election (all times local):
Queen Elizabeth II has approved the appointment of the first woman as Black Rod, the House of Lords official who is instrumental in the state opening of Britain’s Parliament.