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People line up to attend a laying ceremony at the monument to the victims of mass killings by Ottoman Turks, to commemorate the 103rd anniversary of the massacre in Yerevan, Armenia, Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Tuesday's commemoration of the massacre that began 103 years ago —viewed by Armenians and many historians as genocide — comes after the country's prime minister resigned in a surprise move following days of anti-government protests. (Tigran Mehrabyan/PAN Photo via AP)
Armenia's political transition unclear after PM's ousterThe abrupt resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan after two weeks of anti-government protests caught the opposition off guard: The protesters don't seem to have prepared for the possibility that it would actually go
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In this photo taken on Monday April 23, 2018, Spain's armed forces put on a show of naval and aerial maneuvers off Rota, southern Spain. Spain looks set to take charge of the European Union's anti-piracy operation off Somalia despite a challenge from Italy, as EU countries continue to pick over the spoils left by Britain's departure from the bloc next year. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Spain eyes HQ of EU piracy mission amid Brexit planningSpain looks set to take charge of the European Union's anti-piracy operation off Somalia despite challenge from Italy
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Vahe Minassian, father of Alek Minassian, leaves court with a police escort in Toronto on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Alek Minassian, who plowed a van into a crowded Toronto sidewalk Monday was ordered held Tuesday on 10 counts of murder 13 of attempted murder. (Chris Young/The Canadian Press via AP)
Toronto driver charged with 10 counts of 1st degree murderA court has ordered the 25-year-old who plowed a van into a crowded Toronto sidewalk to be held on 10 counts of murder and 13 of attempted murder
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This Monday, April 23, 2018 photo, Syrian refugee children play outside their family tents at a Syrian refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley. A leading international rights group and the U.N.'s refugee agency say Lebanese authorities have been evicting Syrian refugees from towns and camps in Lebanon without any legal basis. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
Seeking aid abroad, Lebanon uproots Syrian refugeesSeeking aid abroad, Lebanon uproots Syrian refugees from camps and towns around the country
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Tom Evans speaks to members of the media, outside Liverpool's Alder Hey Children's Hospital where his 23-month-old son, Alfie, has been at the centre of a life-support treatment fight, in Liverpool, England, Tuesday April 24, 2018.  The European Court of Human Rights on Monday rejected a case from British parents who want to take their terminally ill toddler to Italy for treatment instead of allowing a U.K. hospital to remove him from life support. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP)
UK judge to hold new hearing over sick toddler Alfie EvansA British judge is set to hear a new appeal from the parents of a terminally ill British toddler who want to take him to Italy for treatment _ something British courts have ruled is not in the child's interest
The Associated Press57 minutes ago
FILE -- In this photo taken on Aug. 2, 2017, the Iuventa ship of the German NGO Jugend Rettet is docked at Lampedusa' harbor, Italy. Italy’s highest court has rejected a request by  Jugend Rettet to release its migrant rescue boat Iuventa, seized eight months ago by prosecutors investigating allegations that NGOs colluded with migrant smugglers. (Elio Desiderio/ANSA via AP)
Italy's high court refuses to release migrant rescue shipItaly's highest court has rejected a request by a German group to release its migrant rescue boat seized eight months ago by prosecutors investigating allegations that non-governmental organizations colluded with migrant smugglers
The Associated Press57 minutes ago
A glossy magazine about Saudi Arabia is photographed in Washington, Monday April 23, 2018. The mystery behind the origins of a the pro-Saudi magazine that showed up on U.S. newsstands is growing amid revelations that the Saudi Embassy in Washington got a sneak peek. The Associated Press has obtained files showing that a digital copy was quietly shared with Saudi officials by American Media Inc. almost three weeks before it was published, despite both parties’ insistence that they didn’t coordinate on the magazine. (AP Photo/J. David Ake)
Mystery grows over pro-Saudi tabloid: Embassy got sneak peekThe mystery behind the origins of a fawning pro-Saudi magazine that laid down a red carpet for Crown Prince Mohammed's visit
The Associated Press1 hour ago
After His Power Grab Comes a Surprise Turn: 'I Was Wrong'A surprising turn of events this week has focused attention on the former Soviet state of Armenia: There, longtime leader Serzh Sargsyan abruptly resigned on Monday amid protests accusing him of a blatant power grab. "I was wrong," Sargsyan, an ally of Vladimir Putin, told the nation. As the BBC...
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Markus Soeder, Governor of the German state of Bavaria, hangs up a cross at the entrance of the state chancellery in Munich, Germany, Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Peter Kneffel/dpa via AP)
German state orders crosses mounted at government buildingsBavaria's conservative government is ordering Christian crosses to be placed at the entrance of all state administrative buildings
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks about yesterday's incident involving pedestrians being struck by a van in Toronto, in the Foyer of the House of Commons on Parliament Hill on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in Ottawa, Ontario. "We cannot as Canadians choose to live in fear every single day as we go about our daily business," Trudeau said. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press via AP)
The Latest: Praise for officer who arrested Canada suspectThe president of Toronto's police union says an officer's behavior in arresting a suspect in Monday's deadly van attack was "one shining moment" in an otherwise horrific day
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Juan Carlos Cruz, backdropped by St.Peter's Basilica, talks during an interview with The Associated Press, in Rome, Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Cruz, who is the key whistleblower in Chile's clerical sex abuse scandal, has arrived in Rome for his audience with Pope Francis and says he will urge Francis to get rid of the "toxic" bishops and cardinals who have defamed and discredited him and other abuse survivors around the world. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
AP Interview: Chile abuse whistleblower from pariah to VIPAP Interview: Whistleblower in Chile's clerical sex abuse scandal says ahead of audience that he will urge the pope to get rid of the "toxic" bishops and cardinals who have defamed and discredited him and other abuse survivors around the world
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Justices say foreign business can't be sued under 1700s lawThe Supreme Court says foreign businesses cannot be sued in U.S. courts by foreign victims of human rights abuses and extremist attacks
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