AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — The head of U.N. operations in Yemen says a resumption of peace talks is "inevitable" and that he expects behind-the-scenes diplomatic efforts to bring results in the coming weeks despite continued fighting in the country.
Paolo Lembo, the U.N's resident coordinator in Yemen, told The Associated Press on Thursday that he expects to see "a conference that will bring most of the parties to the table."
BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO's chief says there is a sizeable Russian military buildup on the border with Ukraine which he said would enable pro-Moscow separatists to launch a new offensive with little warning.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday that Russia has substantially stepped up supplies to the rebels, as well as providing them with advanced training and equipment like drones, despite a cease-fire.
LONDON (AP) — British authorities say they are charging a 14-year-old boy with terrorism offenses in connection with an alleged plot to attack a war memorial ceremony in Australia.
The Crown Prosecution Service says the boy, who has not been named, allegedly incited another person to carry out an attack at a Veterans' Day parade in Australia with the aim of killing or causing serious injury to people.
The boy is also alleged to have incited someone...
BERLIN (AP) — The German government has acknowledged shortcomings at the country's foreign intelligence agency following reports that it may have helped the United States spy on Europeans.
Der Spiegel reported on its website Thursday that the Federal Intelligence Agency for years monitored telecoms traffic related to European arms companies and French authorities at the behest of the U.S. National Security Agency.
NIAKHAR, Senegal (AP) — Some sea voyages took Senegalese fisherman Samba Ngom away for up to three weeks at a time, but eventually he began dreaming of going further, to a place where he could make more money in a month than most compatriots make in a year.
He and his brother Diam, who was also involved in the fishing industry, set off in separate overloaded wooden boats bound for Spain. On the seventh day, Samba arrived in Spain. On the 10th day, the phone rang: Diam...
BERLIN (AP) — Transportation experts say car-congested cities could become a thing of the past, provided people are prepared to ride-share with a robot driver.
A study published Thursday by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development suggests that widespread use of "taxibots" could cut by 90 percent the number of cars needed to perform the same number of journeys per day.
Researchers used data from Lisbon, Portugal, to...