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UN human rights office: At least 890 people killed last month in western Congo in 3 days of clashesUN human rights office: At least 890 people killed last month in western Congo in 3 days of clashes
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Serbia court acquits suspects in 2008 torching of US embassyA Serbian appeals court has acquitted the suspects in the 2008 rioting and torching of the U.S. embassy in Belgrade after a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Albania parliament backs government reshuffleAlbania's parliament has backed a government reshuffle in a vote called by the prime minister after the country's president declined to accept his nominee for the foreign minister
The Associated Press11 hours ago
French court upholds prison sentence for Sarkozy former aideThe French court of cassation has upheld a two-year jail sentence, including one suspended, against ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy's former aide for misappropriation of public funds
The Associated Press11 hours ago
A woman cries in front of a picture of dead Jan Palach at the exhibition commemorating this late student in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. Palach, a student of the Charles University's Faculty of Arts, set himself on fire in Prague on January 16, 1969 in protest against people's growing lethargy following the August 21, 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. He died of fatal burns three days later, aged 20. (Ondrej/Deml/CTK via AP)
Czechs honor student who wanted self-immolation to inspireCzechs are paying tribute to a university student who burned himself to death in Prague 50 years ago to inspire resistance against the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Romania: Ruling on intelligence pact puts trials in doubtRomania's Constitutional Court has ruled that secret protocols between prosecutors and the country's domestic intelligence agency were unconstitutional
The Associated Press12 hours ago
The congress centre, venue for the World Economic Forum, is covered with snow in Davos, Switzerland, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. The World Economic Forum will take place in Davos from Jan. 22, 2019 until Jan. 25, 2019. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
World Economic Forum warns of impact of global tensionsOrganizers of next week's Davos forum say that international tensions and nationalist politics can further weigh on the global economy this year.
The Associated Press12 hours ago
The Latest: Body of German skier recovered after avalancheAustrian police say they have recovered the body of a fourth German skier killed in an avalanche near the resort of Lech last weekend.
The Associated Press12 hours ago
England, Wales set to make 'upskirting' photos an offenseBritain's House of Lords has cleared the way for enactment of a law that will make it illegal to take 'upskirting' photos
The Associated Press12 hours ago
In this grab taken from video, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn listens to the conclusion of the debate ahead of a vote on the Britan's Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit deal, in the House of Commons, London, Tuesday Jan. 15, 2019. British lawmakers have begun voting on whether to approve or reject the divorce agreement between the government and the European Union. (House of Commons/PA via AP)
The rules for Wednesday's no-confidence vote in ParliamentThe opposition in Britain's Parliament has put forward a "no confidence" motion, triggering a vote on the future of Prime Minister Theresa May's government that is scheduled for Wednesday
The Associated Press13 hours ago
ICC judges confirm former Ivory Coast president and youth minister must be released following acquittalICC judges confirm former Ivory Coast president and youth minister must be released following acquittal
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven attends a press conference after his meeting with the Speaker of the parliament Andreas Norlen, in Stockholm,  Monday, Jan. 14, 2019.  The Speaker of the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen will Monday present a proposal to the Riksdag for a candidate for Prime Minister. (Anders Wiklund/TT News Agency via AP)
Sweden nears end of political deadlock; Lofven may stay PMSweden's caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Lofven got a step closer at forming a center-left governing coalition after a small left-wing party on Wednesday cleared the path for him holding a second term
The Associated Press13 hours ago
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