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4 aid workers for French charity disappear in BaghdadFour aid workers for a French Christian charity have disappeared in Baghdad
The Associated Press1 hour ago
France confirms 2 cases of virus from China, 1st in EuropeFrance has announced two cases of the deadly new virus from China, the first cases in Europe
The Associated Press1 hour ago
France confirms two cases of deadly new virus from China, the first in EuropeFrance confirms two cases of deadly new virus from China, the first in Europe
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Turkey's interior minister says 4 people have died in earthquake in the country's eastTurkey's interior minister says 4 people have died in earthquake in the country's east
The Associated Press1 hour ago
A view of a collapsed building after a 6.8 earthquake struck Elazig city centre in the eastern Turkey, Friday, Jan. 24, 2020.  An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 rocked eastern Turkey on Friday, causing some buildings to collapse and killing at least four people, Turkish officials said. (DHA via AP)
At least 6 dead as magnitude 6.8 quake rocks eastern TurkeyTurkish officials say at least six people have been killed in an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 that shook the country's east, injuring dozens and leaving several trapped
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Turkey's emergency management agency says a strong earthquake has shaken the country's east.Turkey's emergency management agency says a strong earthquake has shaken the country's east.
The Associated Press2 hours ago
French govt defends teen girl bullied for anti-Islam postsThe cyber-bullying must stop
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Germany: 2 teens arrested over killing of friend, parentsGerman authorities have arrested two teenagers suspected of killing an acquaintance and his parents in Bavaria two weeks ago
The Associated Press5 hours ago
In this Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017 file photo, Russian cybercrime suspect Alexander Vinnik, arrives at Greece's supreme court in Athens. Greece's justice minister has signed an order on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, for bitcoin fraud suspect Alexander Vinnik to be extradited to France - concluding an international legal battle surrounding the Russian former cryptocurrency trading platform operator. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris, file)
France charges bitcoin expert Vinnik with money launderingFrench investigators are questioning a bitcoin fraud suspect after he was extradited from Greece
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Italy: Anti-Semitic scrawl on Nazi camp survivor's doorAnti-Semitic writing has been scrawled on the door of a now-deceased member of the Italian anti-Fascist resistance who survived a Nazi concentration camp
The Associated Press6 hours ago
European Union soon to discuss enlargement procedureThe President of the European Council says the bloc will be holding intensive discussions in coming weeks on how future enlargement should be managed
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Russian court imposes fines on 2 Jehovah's WitnessesA court in northern Russia has fined two Jehovah's Witnesses convicted of extremism related to their membership of the religious group, Russian media reported
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Norway's crude oil tanker Breiviken is escorted to the Klaipeda oil terminal in Klaipeda, Lithuania, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020. Belarus started importing oil from Norway Tuesday after its main oil provider Russia suspended supplies earlier this month amid stalled talk on further strengthening economic ties between two countries. (AP Photo/Vita Jureviciene)
Belarus' leader blasts Russia for pushing merger of 2 statesThe president of Belarus has accused Moscow of pressuring his country to merge with Russia and vowed not to let it happen
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Greece: fines for sea rescues if bad weather warning ignoredGreek authorities are putting into effect a law under which people using recreational watercraft at sea who disregard severe weather warnings and then trigger search and rescue operations will be liable for incurred costs and a fine
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Angolan attorney general Helder Pitta Gros meets with his Portuguese counterpart Lucilia Gago at the Portuguese attorney general's office in Lisbon, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020. Angola's attorney general arrived Thursday in Portugal to ask for help investigating a major corruption case targeting Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of Angola's former longtime leader.(AP Photo/Armando Franca)
Amid scandal, 'Africa's richest woman' sells European assetsThe billionaire daughter of a former African leader is shedding some of her investments in Europe after she came under official investigation for alleged money-laundering and corruption
The Associated Press7 hours ago
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