JERUSALEM (AP) — For much of the past seven years, Khalid Zir and his family called a makeshift tin shack in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan home. But now that Israeli authorities have demolished the hut, Zir
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Vigilantes in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero have attacked local police in the town of Tixtla, beaten them and stolen their rifles.
The conflict with the radical “self defense” group threatens a fragile
SOCHAUX, France (AP) — Peugeot is hoping a complete makeover of its mid-sized hatchback will help turn the struggling French automaker’s fortunes around— and dent the market dominance of its German rival Volkswagen.
But a lot is riding
PARIS (AP) — French President Francois Hollande said Tuesday that his country is prepared to take action against those responsible for gassing people in Syria.
“France is ready to punish those who took the heinous decision to gas
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican government is offering rewards of up to 2 million pesos ($150,000) for information on 14 people who have vanished during the country’s drug war.
While the government has often offered large rewards
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Libya’s prosecutor general says late dictator Moammar Gadhafi’s son and his spy chief have been charged with murder in relation to Libya’s 2011 civil war.
Abdel-Qader Radwan said Tuesday that the trial will start
HELSINKI (AP) — Major tour operators in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark say they have canceled at least 60,000 trips to Egypt through the winter season that lasts until April due to recent unrest.
Last week, charter companies
BAGHDAD (AP) — The head of the United Nations refugee agency is warning that Syria could be on the “verge of the abyss” as aid workers brace for a likely increase in the nearly 2 million refugees who
TORONTO (AP) — Toronto’s public health department says a food poisoning outbreak that caused more than 220 people to fall ill at an annual fair was caused by a contaminated topping put on burgers.
Symptoms of food-borne illness
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister says his country would respond “with force” if Syria does anything to harm his nation.
The United States is considering military action against Bashar Assad’s regime after it allegedly deployed chemical weapons
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Libya: Gadhafi’s son and ex-spy chief to face trial next month on murder charges.
TORONTO (AP) — A provincial official says all front-line police officers in Ontario will be allowed to carry stun guns following the fatal shooting of a Toronto teenager last month.
Community Safety Minister Madeleine Meilleur said Tuesday it
HAVANA (AP) — Cuba is reporting a cholera outbreak, with 163 people sickened in three provinces.
A report by the Pan American Health Organization says island authorities reported on Aug. 23 that cases were detected in Havana, Santiago
MULLIVAIKKAL, Sri Lanka (AP) — Survivors of Sri Lanka’s civil war complained on Tuesday to the United Nations’ human rights chief about missing relatives, military land grabs and a life without basic facilities more than four years after
SAO PAULO (AP) — A commercial building in Brazil’s biggest city collapsed Tuesday, killing at least six people, authorities said. Another 11 people were pulled alive from the rubble, but an unknown number remained trapped below.