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Polish kidnap suspect says model agreed to plot

Polish kidnap suspect says model agreed to plot

A Polish man charged with kidnapping a British model for ransom has claimed she agreed to the ploy in a bid to boost her career.
Mexican front-runner promotes 'well-being of the soul'

Mexican front-runner promotes 'well-being of the soul'

Religion has been the electrified "third rail" of Mexican politics since anti-clerical laws in the 1920s sparked a bloody uprising by Catholics in which thousands died.
At least 36 dead as bus veers off cliff in Peru

At least 36 dead as bus veers off cliff in Peru

Police say at least 36 people were killed when a double-deck bus veered off a highway and tumbled 200 meters (about 650 feet) down a cliff in southern Peru.
Sick UK toddler's life support can be shut off despite parents' wishes, court rules

Sick UK toddler's life support can be shut off despite parents' wishes, court rules

Doctors treating a sick British toddler can shut off the child’s life support despite his parents’ wishes to seek alternative treatment, London’s High Court ruled on Tuesday.
Liberia's new president pays visit to France

Liberia's new president pays visit to France

Newly-elected Liberian President George Weah and French counterpart Emmanuel Macron have announced the creation of a fund to support sport projects in Africa.
European space probe prepares to sniff Martian atmosphere

European space probe prepares to sniff Martian atmosphere

A European space probe has swung into position around Mars in preparation to analyze its atmosphere for possible signs of life.
2 French soldiers killed in Mali by explosive device

2 French soldiers killed in Mali by explosive device

Two French soldiers died in Mali when their armored vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device.
Kim Jong Un's hard currency expected to run dry by October, South Korean lawmaker says

Kim Jong Un's hard currency expected to run dry by October, South Korean lawmaker says

Kim Jong Un’s cash flow is expected to run dry by October if international sanctions continue crippling his regime’s economy, a South Korean lawmaker said Wednesday, following months of rumors about
UK Supreme Court: Police liable for failings in rapist case

UK Supreme Court: Police liable for failings in rapist case

Britain's Supreme Court says police can be held liable for failing to bring serious criminals to justice — a ruling that could open U.K. forces to a wave of lawsuits from victims.
Pakistan's top court rules against disqualified PM Sharif

Pakistan's top court rules against disqualified PM Sharif

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, declaring that anyone disqualified from holding office cannot serve as head of a political party.
Russian FM Lavrov criticizes the West's policies in Balkans

Russian FM Lavrov criticizes the West's policies in Balkans

Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov is criticizing Western policies toward his country, urging European countries to maintain good relations with Moscow despite the Russia-West divisions.
German court hands Swede life sentence for 1992 killing

German court hands Swede life sentence for 1992 killing

A German court has sentenced a Swede to life in prison for shooting dead a woman in Frankfurt 26 years ago.
South Africa's FM under scrutiny ahead of Cabinet reshuffle

South Africa's FM under scrutiny ahead of Cabinet reshuffle

South Africa's finance minister has announced the first increase in the value-added tax in a quarter-century as the country seeks to bring in new revenue.
Amid a flood of plastic, big companies see opportunity

Amid a flood of plastic, big companies see opportunity

Public awareness of the problem of plastic waste is swelling and companies are reacting.
Explosion at bank in northern Myanmar kills 2, wounds 21

Explosion at bank in northern Myanmar kills 2, wounds 21

Myanmar authorities says a bomb exploded in a bank in the northern city of Lashio, a region where there is fighting between the government and ethnic minority guerrillas, killing two people and
Macedonia replaces road signs in goodwill gesture to Greece

Macedonia replaces road signs in goodwill gesture to Greece

Macedonian authorities have begun replacing road signs on the country's main highway named by the previous government after the ancient warrior king Alexander the Great, in a goodwill gesture toward
At least 25 dead as bus veers off cliff in Peru

At least 25 dead as bus veers off cliff in Peru

Police say at least 25 people were killed when their bus veered off a highway and tumbled 200 meters (about 650 feet) down a cliff in southern Peru.
Spain: Judge orders arrest of separatist if she returns

Spain: Judge orders arrest of separatist if she returns

A Spanish judge has ordered the arrest of a leading Catalan separatist politician if she returns to Spain from Switzerland, where she has moved to avoid a judicial inquiry.
Only on AP: Migrant recounts forced deportation from Israel

Only on AP: Migrant recounts forced deportation from Israel

Inside the immigration office in Tel Aviv, Yohannes Tesfagabr considered his options.
North Korea's decision to snub Pence is sign of a 'standoff,' expert says

North Korea's decision to snub Pence is sign of a 'standoff,' expert says

There has been a muted and perplexed response here to reports that North Korea snubbed a planned meeting with Vice President Pence during his visit at the start of the Olympics.