World
November 10

Russian parliament mulls response to US move on broadcaster

Russian lawmakers say they are planning a quick approval of legal amendments that would allow a quid pro quo response to a U.S. demand to the Russian government-funded broadcaster RT to register as a foreign agent.
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November 10

Move to delay genocide verdicts for Bosnian Serb chief nixed

United Nations judges have rejected a defense motion to postpone the verdicts in the long-running genocide and war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic.
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November 10

France: 3 students injured when car deliberately rams group

A French prosecutor said a car that rammed into a group of students in a city in southwest France on Friday was driven by a man known to have "psychiatric" problems.
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November 10

UN chief says violence against Myanmar's Rohingya must end

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday it is "an absolutely essential priority" to stop all violence against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims, allow them to return to their homes, and grant them legal status.
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November 10

The Latest: UN chief to urge action at climate conference

The Latest on a global climate conference in Bonn, Germany (all times local):
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November 10

Islamists rally near Islamabad, demand removal of minister

More than 3,000 Islamists camped out on the edge of Pakistan's capital, demanding the removal of the country's law minister over a recently omitted reference to the Prophet Muhammad in a constitutional bill.
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November 10

The Latest: NATO defends opposition to UN nuclear ban treaty

The Latest on the Vatican nuclear conference (all times local):
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November 10

Negotiators optimistic as German govt talks face key week

Negotiators from parties in talks to form Germany's next government said Friday they're optimistic ahead of what they called a decisive week, though significant differences remain.
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November 10

US military: Annual Gulf exercise at risk over Qatar crisis

A U.S. Air Force general warned Friday that a major annual military exercise between Gulf Arab countries and America is at risk over the ongoing diplomatic crisis engulfing Qatar.
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November 10

Plane circles Belfast to burn fuel, makes emergency landing

A passenger plane carrying more than 50 people made an emergency landing without its nose gear at Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland Friday, after circling for two hours to burn fuel.
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November 10

US Air Force official: Missile targeting Saudis was Iranian

Iran manufactured the ballistic missile fired by Yemen's Shiite rebels toward the Saudi capital and remnants of it bore "Iranian markings," the top U.S. Air Force official in the Mideast said Friday, backing the kingdom's earlier allegations.
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November 10

Suspect in bombing of German team bus to go on trial Dec. 21

A man charged in the bombing of a German soccer team's bus seven months ago will go on trial Dec. 21.
World
November 10

Top Catalan lawmaker freed from jail after posting bail

A top Catalan lawmaker on Friday left a Madrid prison where she spent the night after posting the bail a Spanish judge imposed as part of a wide-ranging rebellion investigation stemming from Catalonia's declaration of independence.
World
November 10

US woman accused in Zimbabwe of subversion is freed on bail

The U.S. woman charged with subversion in Zimbabwe over allegedly insulting President Robert Mugabe on Twitter was freed Friday on $1,000 bail.
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November 10

AP Analysis: No end to war in sight as life worsens in Yemen

As Saudi Arabia tightens the screws on its weak southern neighbor, the war it launched in Yemen over two years ago appears more intractable than ever, with nothing but further suffering in sight.
World
November 10

Tensions as Paris suburb tries to stop Muslim street prayers

Tensions erupted Friday as French officials and residents of a Paris suburb tried to block Muslims from praying in the street — a dispute that reflects nationwide problems with mosque shortages.
World
November 10

After IS collapse, Syria government faces US-backed Kurds

With the fall of the Islamic State group's last significant stronghold in Syria, Iranian and Russian-backed Syrian troops now turn to face off with their main rival, the U.S.-backed forces holding large oil fields and strategic territory in the country's north and east.
World
November 10

French, German leaders seek more unity 100 years after WWI

The presidents of France and Germany say Europeans must stand up to nationalism and build a "common future," as they marked 99 years since the armistice ending World War I.
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November 10

Russian defense minister raises concern about NATO buildup

The Russian Defense Minister says Russia and Belarus need to expand their military cooperation amid a NATO buildup.
World
November 10

AP Interview: UNESCO chief says US "empty chair" can't last

New UNESCO chief Audrey Azoulay has rebuked the U.S. for its decision to withdraw from the U.N. cultural body for alleged anti-Israel bias and says America is "affected by everything" the agency does.