US, Ukraine To Conduct Observation Flight Over Russia
March 30 2015 5:34 AM EDT
A Boeing OC-135B American observation aircraft will conduct the operation sometime this week.
Cameron To Meet Queen, Formally Call Knife-Edge Election
March 30 2015 2:57 AM EDT
Cameron will ask the monarch's approval to dissolve parliament ahead of a May 7 ballot.
Andreas Lubitz's Body Parts Not Identified: Investigators
March 30 2015 1:53 AM EDT
Authorities working to identify the body parts of crash victims denied a newspaper's claims that the co-pilot's remains had been found.
Iran Talks Continue As Deadline Looms
March 29 2015 11:15 PM EDT
Talks enter critical phase as Israel warns against a deal that leaves Iran with the capability to develop nuclear weapons.
US Airstrikes Have Made ISIS Stronger: Assad
March 29 2015 10:48 PM EDT
Syrian President Bashar Assad says he will not discuss leaving office with anyone, that it's an issue solely of concern to the Syrian people.
French Socialists Routed In Local Elections
March 29 2015 4:57 PM EDT
Early runoff results show wins for former President Nicolas Sarkozy's coalition and gains for the far-right National Front.
Amid Ukrainian War's Displaced People, Volunteers Save The Day
March 29 2015 12:39 PM EDT
With an economy in tatters, people fleeing the war depend on the kindness of strangers. For some, it works remarkably well.
John Kerry Cancels Trip Home As Iran Nuclear Talks Intensify
March 29 2015 6:35 AM EDT
Officials close to the talks said the French and German foreign ministers were considering delaying a planned joint trip to focus on clearing the remaining hurdles to a deal.
Even Before Any 'Brexit' Vote, UK Losing Sway In Europe
March 29 2015 4:48 AM EDT
After decades of punching above its weight in Europe, Britain's influence is waning, even before we know whether a promised referendum on "Brexit" will go ahead.
French Local Election Runoff To Test Far-Right Strength
March 28 2015 9:39 PM EDT
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has put a faltering comeback back on track by steering his conservatives to an unexpected first place in the first round.
Death Toll Rises To 22 In Tunisia Museum Attack
March 28 2015 4:44 PM EDT
The Tunisia museum attack’s victims included citizens of France, Italy, Japan, Spain and the U.K.
Crash Probers Looking At Andreas Lubitz's Vision Problems
March 28 2015 1:00 PM EDT
The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings Flight 9525 reportedly hid the difficulty with his vision from Lufthansa, but sought treatment for it.
Middle East Conflict Won't Impinge On Iran Nuclear Talks
March 28 2015 11:23 AM EDT
Eager to strike a deal, both sides seek to keep the chaos engulfing the region away from the negotiations.
Conman Uses Fake Court Bail To Escape Prison
March 28 2015 8:56 AM EDT
Neil Moore had registered a bogus website in the name of the investigating officer.
UN Acts To Establish Role In Monitoring Right To Privacy
March 28 2015 7:45 AM EDT
Despite concerns the U.S. or the U.K. would block the move, the two accepted the resolution, and it was passed by consensus.
2 Czech Tourists Abducted In Pakistan 2 Years Ago Finally Freed
March 28 2015 7:44 AM EDT
The two women were abducted by gunmen in March 2013 while traveling in a bus in southwestern Pakistan.
Andreas Lubitz Was 'Passionate' About The Alps
March 28 2015 4:05 AM EDT
A member of his glider club claims the co-pilot had taken part in glider training sessions, less than 40 miles from the site of the crash.
China-Led Infrastructure Investment Bank Gains Global Support
March 28 2015 3:27 AM EDT
Like the U.K., Switzerland and other European countries, Russia has announced it intends to join the bank.
US Condemns Houthi Rebels’ ‘Destabilizing Military Actions’
March 27 2015 11:04 PM EDT
The White House on Friday condemned the Houthi’s advancement against Yemen's elected government.
Americans Who Join ISIS Should Lose Citizenship, Palin Says
March 27 2015 10:08 PM EDT
The former Alaska governor made the plea in a Facebook post, and critics have called the idea unconstitutional.