AP Top Extended International Headlines at 11:33 p.m. EST

Protesters are gathering in Myanmar’s biggest city despite the ruling junta’s thinly veiled threat to use lethal force if people answered a call for a general strike opposing the military takeover

U.S. President Joe Biden’s first major foreign policy address since taking office has brought relief to many European capitals

The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog says that Iran will begin offering its inspectors “less access” but will still allow the agency to monitor its atomic program

The British government says it aims to give every adult in the country a first dose of coronavirus vaccine by July 31, at least a month earlier than its previous target

Tanzania’s president is finally acknowledging that his country has a coronavirus problem after claiming for months that the disease had been defeated by prayer

Election officials in Ecuador say final results from a Feb. 7 presidential election confirmed that former banker Guillermo Lasso came second behind leading candidate Andrés Arauz, meaning the two will contest a runoff vote in April

In spite of the surging coronavirus pandemic, major arms makers were descending on a convention center in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates

A Libyan official says the motorcade of the interior minister of the U.N.-backed government came under attack on Sunday in the capital, Tripoli

Protests in support of a jailed rapper have turned violent in Barcelona for a sixth consecutive night

Deadly violence struck Niger’s presidential elections Sunday when seven members of the National Electoral Commission were killed when their car hit an explosive device in the Tillaberi area of the country’s west