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Cardinal: Nicaragua talks at impasse, suspended indefinitely

Cardinal: Nicaragua talks at impasse, suspended indefinitely

Nicaraguan Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes says talks between President Daniel Ortega's government and opposition and civic groups have reached an impasse and been suspended indefinitely.
UN to vote on resolution on link between conflict and famine

UN to vote on resolution on link between conflict and famine

The U.N. Security Council is expected to vote soon on a resolution recognizing the link between conflict and the threat of famine.
US rejects call for UN to fund African force in the Sahel

US rejects call for UN to fund African force in the Sahel

The United States is rejecting a call from U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for the world body to fund a new 5,000-troop African force meant to fight extremists in western Africa's vast Sahel
Italian president OKs populist pick for PM, Giuseppe Conte, to try to forge government

Italian president OKs populist pick for PM, Giuseppe Conte, to try to forge government

Italy’s populist coalition was given an initial OK on Wednesday after the country’s president accepted its candidate for prime minister, and asked him to try and form a government.
Board: Smaller surplus available for Puerto Rico creditors

Board: Smaller surplus available for Puerto Rico creditors

The executive director of a federal control board overseeing Puerto Rico's public finances says there will be a smaller surplus available for creditors because of a new lawsuit filed by a bond
13 workers wounded in shooting in Mexican border city

13 workers wounded in shooting in Mexican border city

A bus full of assembly plant workers was hit by gunfire in the northern Mexico border city of Reynosa on Wednesday, and 13 people were wounded, two of them seriously.
Diplomats: UN exempts NKoreans meeting Trump from sanctions

Diplomats: UN exempts NKoreans meeting Trump from sanctions

Diplomats say a U.N. committee has granted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's entire delegation an exemption from U.N. sanctions ahead of its scheduled trip to Singapore to meet U.S. President Donald
Iran's Khamenei criticizes US over hard-line stance

Iran's Khamenei criticizes US over hard-line stance

Iran's supreme leader is criticizing the U.S. over its hard-line stance toward the country since President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from a landmark nuclear deal with Western powers.
Russian sub test-fires 4 intercontinental missiles in salvo

Russian sub test-fires 4 intercontinental missiles in salvo

A Russian nuclear-powered submarine successfully test-fired four intercontinental ballistic missiles on Tuesday, the navy said.
1 killed, dozens injured in Spain fireworks explosion

1 killed, dozens injured in Spain fireworks explosion

Authorities in northwestern Spain say a blast at a fireworks storage facility has killed at least one person and injured 26 others, including seven children.

Yulia Skripal says nerve agent recovery slow and painful

Yulia Skripal, who was poisoned with her ex-spy father in a nerve agent attack, said Wednesday that they're lucky to be alive and recovery has been slow and painful, in her first public statement
Arab League severs ties with Guatemala over embassy move

Arab League severs ties with Guatemala over embassy move

The Arab League says it will no longer cooperate on any level with Guatemala because of the country's decision to move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The Latest: Populists' premier gets presidential mandate

The Latest: Populists' premier gets presidential mandate

The Latest on discussions to form a new government in Italy (all times local): 7:20 p.m. Italy's president has asked political neophyte Giuseppe Conte to try to form a government, giving the
State Department issues warning after US employee in China suffers possible sonic attack

State Department issues warning after US employee in China suffers possible sonic attack

A U.S. government employee in southern China reported abnormal sensations of sound and pressure, the State Department said Wednesday, recalling similar experiences among American diplomats in Cuba who
Greece: 3 convicted in videotaped beating of mayor

Greece: 3 convicted in videotaped beating of mayor

Three men have been convicted over the videotaped assault of the mayor of Greece's second-largest city, which had touched off a heated political debate over public order.
Brazilian police say convicted former governor is a fugitive

Brazilian police say convicted former governor is a fugitive

Brazilian police say a former governor who was convicted of embezzlement and money laundering has failed to turn himself in and is considered a fugitive from justice.
Macron says France to resume cooperation with Rwanda

Macron says France to resume cooperation with Rwanda

French President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to resume cooperation between France and Rwanda even though relations between the two countries are not yet fully normalized.
The Latest: Syria's Assad meets with Putin envoy

The Latest: Syria's Assad meets with Putin envoy

The Latest on Syria developments (all times local): 8 p.m. Syrian state media says President Bashar Assad has met with Russian President Vladimir Putin's special envoy to Syria, after Russia said
Thousands mourn Pakistani exchange student slain at Texas school

Thousands mourn Pakistani exchange student slain at Texas school

Thousands of people in Karachi attended the funeral Wednesday for a 17-year-old Pakistani exchange student who was killed in a mass shooting at a Texas high school.
Egypt top prosecutor refers 40 to trial on human trafficking

Egypt top prosecutor refers 40 to trial on human trafficking

Egypt's chief prosecutor has referred 40 people to trial on charges of forming a criminal network for human trafficking and migrant smuggling.