Myanmar locks down parts of Yangon amid virus increase

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar was accelerating efforts Thursday to control the spread of the coronavirus, which has led to campaigning for November's general election to be suspended in some areas du...

EU warns Serbia and Kosovo over Jerusalem embassy plans

The European Union on Monday voiced "serious concern and regret" over Serbia's pledge to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. Muslim-majority Kosovo also agreed to norm...

Serbia, Kosovo agree to normalize economic ties in pact signed at White House

US President Donald Trump hailed a "major breakthrough" on Friday after former foes Serbia and Kosovo agreed to normalize economic relations. Serbian President Aleksander Vucic and Kosovo P...

EU: Serbia-Kosovo talks 'back on track' after video meeting

The European Union on Sunday applauded the efforts of Serbia and Kosovo's leaders in breathing fresh life into a frozen dialogue process. The praise came after Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic ...

Kosovo's Thaci says talks with Hague prosecutors 'price of freedom'

Thaci arrived for questioning by war crimes prosecutors in The Hague on Monday, saying that "nobody can rewrite history" over his role in the 1998-99 conflict with Serbia that won Kosovo its...

Kosovo's Thaci says talks with Hague prosecutors 'price of freedom'

Thaci arrived for questioning by war crimes prosecutors in The Hague on Monday, saying that "nobody can rewrite history" over his role in the 1998-99 conflict with Serbia that won Kosovo its...

EU: Serbia-Kosovo talks 'back on track' after video meeting

The European Union on Sunday applauded the efforts of Serbia and Kosovo's leaders in breathing fresh life into a frozen dialogue process. The praise came after Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic ...

Ireland, Luxembourg, Spain ministers eye top eurozone job

BRUSSELS (AP) — Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe and his Luxembourg counterpart Pierre Gramegna threw their hats into the leadership ring Thursday, joining Spain’s Economy Minister Nadia Calviño...

NATO chief plays down concern over US troop plans in Germany

BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday played down concern that the United States will rush to pull thousands of its troops out of Germany, saying that Washington has made ...

Differences on peace progress in Mali amid terrorist acts

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States and Belgium on Thursday criticized signatories to Mali’s 2015 peace agreement for failing to implement it while the U.N. secretary-general, France and others re...

Jets' Mosley 'cleared for everything' after core injury

NEW YORK (AP) — C.J. Mosley is finally healthy and ready to be a force again in the middle of the New York Jets' defense. The star middle linebacker missed almost all of last year in...

225 VIPs urge world powers to adopt $2.5 trillion COVID plan

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — More than 225 current and former global VIPs urged the world’s 20 major economic powers on Monday to hold an urgent meeting to agree to a $2.5 trillion plan to tackle COVID-19 an...

DA: Son confesses to fatally stabbing dad during Zoom call

NEW YORK (AP) — A Long Island man suspected of fatally stabbing his father on a live Zoom call confessed to the caught-on-camera killing after police found him trying to wash blood off his body with D...

UN chief urges faith leaders to challenge harmful messages

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged religious leaders on Tuesday to challenge “inaccurate and harmful messages” that are fueling rising ethno-nationalism, stigma, hate ...

Clashes and unity calls at UN on World War II anniversary

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. Security Council meeting on the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe on Friday saw a clash between Russia and some Europeans, calls for unity to fight COV...