Kosovo is observing a day of mourning for the Kosovar Albanian police officer killed by Serb gunmen dressed in combat uniforms who later took refuge at an Orthodox monastery on Sunday.
Top Thai officials have welcomed hundreds of Chinese tourists at Bangkok’s international airport on the first day of a new visa-free entry program that officials say will boost tourism.
Philippine officials have vowed to remove a floating barrier placed by China’s coast guard to prevent Filipino fishing boats from entering a disputed lagoon in the South China Sea.
Poland’s foreign minister is accusing Germany of trying to interfere in his country’s internal affairs.
A senior Australian public servant has stepped aside while an investigation is underway into allegations that he sent encrypted messages to undermine some ministers and promote others to further his own career.
The European Union’s trade commissioner has called for a more balanced relationship with China, noting a trade imbalance of nearly 400 billion euros ($425 billion).
A prominent Pakistani television journalist who went missing more than four months ago after being arrested by police has returned home after being freed by his unidentified captors.
The Ukrainian government wants to spend more than $1 billion to build an army of drones. Drones are cost-effective when compared with conventional weapons, and put fewer lives at risk as a grueling counteroffensive grinds on.
Jury selection is set to begin as members of an extended family face trial on kidnapping and terrorism charges linked to a law enforcement raid on their squalid New Mexico encampment in 2018.
Just a few years ago, artificial intelligence got barely a mention at the U.N. General Assembly’s convocation of world leaders.
This fall, the United Nations is to convene an advisory group on artificial intelligence. U.N. tech-policy chief Amandeep Gill sat down with The Associated Press to talk about the hopes, concerns and questions surrounding AI — and what the U.N. can add to the discussion.
North Korea has called South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol “a guy with a trash-like brain” and “a diplomatic idiot” as it blasted him for using a U.N. speech to issue a warning over the North’s deepening military ties with Russia.
The speaker of Canada’s House of Commons is apologizing for recognizing in Parliament a man who fought for a Nazi military unit during World War II.
A 35-year-old businessman without prior political experience has been elected to lead Greece’s main opposition bloc, the left-wing Syriza party.
A judge has dismissed a murder charge against a Georgia man who spent more than 20 years in prison, ending a decadeslong legal fight to exonerate him.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed several bills aimed at bolstering the state’s protections for LGBTQ+ people.
David Haggerty has been reelected president of the International Tennis Federation. The American received more than 70% of the vote on Sunday in Cancun, Mexico.
President Emmanuel Macron says France will end its military presence in Niger and pull its ambassador out of the country now that its democratically elected president has been deposed in a coup.
Colorado fell out of The Associated Press college football poll after a resounding loss in one of the weekend’s showcase games and the teams toward the top of the rankings were shuffled and tightened.
The Carter Center says former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, took a ride through the Plains Peanut Festival in their Georgia hometown over the weekend.
An imprisoned Russian opposition figure has been transferred to a maximum security prison in Siberia and was placed in a tiny “punishment cell.”
Officials in Armenia say the first refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh have arrived in the country following a two-day military offensive by Azerbaijan.
A 3-year-old child and two adults are dead after being shot during an argument over an apparent dog sale. Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Assistant Chief J.D.
As Congress considers payments to victims of Cold War-era nuclear contamination in the St. Louis region, people who were targeted for secret government testing from that same time period believe they’re due compensation, too.
The governor of southern Ukraine’s Kherson region says Russian airstrikes have killed two people and wounded eight others. Gov.
The recent G20 Summit hosted by India couldn’t have gone better for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But circumstances have changed — quite abruptly.
The British government is considering scrapping a big chunk of an overdue and over-budget high-speed rail line once touted as a way to attract jobs and investment to northern England.
The German city of Nordhausen is best known as the location of the former Nazi concentration camp Mittelbau-Dora.
At least 30 Serb gunmen have killed a Kosovar Albanian police officer then stormed an Orthodox monastery in Kosovo near its border with Serbia, setting off ongoing gunbattles that have left three assailants dead and raised tensions between the two former wartime foes as they seek to normalize ties.
The leader of Spain’s conservatives will have his opportunity to form a new government this week in what has been preordained as a lost cause given his lack of support in the Parliament.