Bulgarian money counterfeiters busted by authorities

Bulgarian law enforcers say they have successfully taken down an illegal counterfeit operation that was printing high quality bogus euro and U.S. dollar banknotes

Birth of a new Ukrainian church brings fears of violence

Silenced forever: Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi is dead

Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico

Putin says IS seized 700 hostages in Syria; executing some

Turkish official: Police found evidence of Khashoggi slaying

The Latest: More executives pulling out of Saudi conference

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Pope accepts Washington cardinal's resignation amid scandal

US, Russian astronauts land safely after rocket failure

Pope compares abortion to hiring a hit man to solve problems

US student detained in Israel over alleged boycott support

Indonesia expert warned of quake, gov't mapped risk areas

Vatican expert wants accountability on abuse summit agenda

Court: Doctor in Spain abducted newborn 49 years ago

A Spanish court has ruled that a doctor stole a newborn child nearly five decades ago, one of many abducted during Spain's 20th-century dictatorship, but cleared him because the statute of limitations had expired

Kremlin is working on plans to host Kim Jong Un in Russia

The Kremlin says it is working to host North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Moscow

AP Interview: Jerusalem mayor wants UN agency out of city

Jerusalem's outgoing mayor has called on the international community to consider his proposal to close the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees in the city, saying there is "no such thing" as a refugee in Jerusalem

Vatican defends pope against 'blasphemous' cover-up claims

Vatican official defends pope against 'blasphemous' claims of cover-up by ex-ambassador over McCarrick scandal

Strong aftershock rattles north Haiti day after deadly quake

First lady talks Trump, Twitter as she tours the pyramids

Car crashes into people outside Berlin cafe; 5 hurt

Russia claims US running secret bio weapons lab in Georgia

Rescuers detect possible sign of life under quake-hit hotel

Putin calls poisoned ex-spy "scumbag," traitor

French police seize weapons, detain 3 in anti-terror raids

About 200 police officers were searching a dozen homes and the headquarters of an association based outside the port city of Dunkirk in northern France in an anti-terror prevention operation

Desperation grows as death toll soars from Indonesia quake

Police escorted trucks of food aid for desperate earthquake survivors on Indonesia's Sulawesi island to guard against looters, while the death toll from the disaster soared past 1,200

Passenger's body found in Pacific lagoon after plane crash

A passenger's body has been found in the Pacific lagoon where a plane crash-landed last week near an island runway in Micronesia

Airline now says 1 missing after Pacific lagoon plane crash

The airline operating a flight that crashed into a Pacific lagoon says 1 man is missing, after earlier saying all 47 passengers and crew had safely evacuated the sinking plane

Indonesia tsunami death toll nears 400, expected to rise

Nearly 400 people are confirmed dead in a tsunami that hit two central Indonesian cities, sweeping away buildings with waves as high as 6 meters (20 feet)

Everybody on plane survives crash landing in Pacific lagoon

All 47 passengers and crew have survived a plane's crash landing in a Pacific lagoon, wading through water to the exits and escaping on boats that quickly came to the rescue in Micronesia

Dutch police arrest 7 men suspected of plotting major attack

Dutch police have arrested seven men who are suspected of plotting a large-scale extremist attack in the Netherlands that prosecutors say they think has been foiled

The Latest: Congo's president says elections 'irreversible'

Congo's President Joseph Kabila is stressing that holding elections on Dec. 23 is "irreversible" and denouncing any interference in the electoral process from foreign governments

The Latest: Pope says church judged unfairly on sex abuse

Pope Francis says it's unfair to apply contemporary moral standards to the Catholic Church's history of sex abuse cover-up since everyone covered up the crime in the past

Pope: Priestly abuse scandals driving Catholic faithful away

Pope Francis has acknowledged that priestly sex abuse scandals are outraging the Catholic faithful and driving them away, and says the church must change its ways if it wants to keep future generations

Mandela's widow urges world: put egos aside and end violence

Nelson Mandela's widow challenged world leaders celebrating his life on Monday to put their egos and partisan politics aside and honor his legacy by ending the "senseless violence" plaguing too much of the world

Norway convicts man of providing terror attack instructions

A man has been convicted of terror offenses in Norway for providing online instructions on how to carry out attacks and sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison

Russian cosmonaut allays concern about hole in space lab

A Russian crewmember on the International Space Station has recorded a video message to assuage concerns about an air leak on the orbiting outpost

EU's chief Brexit negotiator says deal possible by November

The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator says it is possible to reach a divorce agreement with Britain by early November

Holy stardust: Vatican hosts conference for meteorite care

The Vatican has long pondered the cosmos from afar but now it's studying how to care for space bits that fall to Earth with a conference on meteorites, cosmic dust, stardust and extraterrestrial samples

Man arrested in extraordinary airport car chase

A man driving a stolen car rammed the vehicle through two glass doors and sped onto a runway at the international airport in Lyon, southeast France, on Monday before being arrested by police who laid chase in vans and on foot

7 injured in Paris knife attack; terrorism not suspected

Police say seven people have been injured in a knife attack in Paris but that terrorism is not suspected

Jewish group in Germany condemns 'strongly rooted' extremism

Germany's Central Council of Jews says the attack on a kosher restaurant in Chemnitz by masked neo-Nazis shows problems in the region are deeper than simply concerns over new migrants

US military announces plan to add troops in Germany

The U.S. Army Europe says it's expanding its troop presence by adding 1,500 solders to its forces stationed in Germany

Book on Trump raises worries in South Korea about alliance

To South Koreans, Bob Woodward's new book about the Trump presidency paints a bizarre but familiar picture of an unconventional U.S. leader who thinks little of a decades-long alliance that South Koreans describe as a "bond of blood"

Germany slams Romania over Hitler moustache posting

A German official is criticizing representatives of Romania's governing party for engaging in "a campaign of defamation" against the southeastern European country's German minority

Moscow envoy: Poisoning claims are 'anti-Russian hysteria'

Russia's UN ambassador has denounced British accusations that Russian military intelligence agents poisoned a former spy in England, calling them base untruths aimed at whipping up hostility toward Moscow

As talks with US stall, North Korea preps military parade

As nuclear talks with the U.S. stall, North Korea is preparing to hold a big military parade on the 70th anniversary of the country's founding

The Latest: Moon says he has high expectations for summit

South Korean President Moon Jae-in says he has high expectations for his third-summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un