ISTANBUL (AP) — The Latest on events in Turkey (all times local):
Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed his condolences in a telegram to Turkey's president following the attack on a Kurdish wedding party, which he says shows the international community must work together in fighting terrorism.
The Kremlin said Putin on Sunday conveyed Russia's readiness to increase counter-terrorism cooperation with Turkey,...
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's state news agency says gunmen have shot and killed two policemen at a checkpoint north of Cairo.
MENA said another three police and two civilians were wounded in the attack early Sunday in the Nile Delta governorate of Menoufiya. No armed group immediately claimed the attack and the authorities said they were investigating.
Egypt saw a wave of attacks mainly targeting security forces after the military ouster of Islamist...
DAVAO, Philippines (AP) — The Philippines' brash-talking president has threatened to withdraw his country from the United Nations in his latest outburst against critics of his anti-drugs campaign that has left hundreds of suspects dead.
President Rodrigo Duterte ridiculed the U.N. as inutile, and lashed at U.S. police killings of black men.
He pointed early Sunday to the haunting image of a bloodied child pulled from the rubble of a missile-struck...
TORONTO (AP) — Canadians are watching the final concert by their rock band The Tragically Hip, whose lead singer and songwriter Gord Downie has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
The band is ending its 15-show Man Machine Poem tour Saturday night in their hometown of Kingston, Ontario. The show is being broadcast live nationally on radio and TV by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
The Hip returned to the city where their storied musical journey...
BENI, Congo (AP) — Hundreds of people attended the start of a hearing against six suspected rebels captured in eastern Congo after the killings of dozens of people in recent months.
A Tanzanian, two Ugandans and three Congolese were brought before a court in Beni on Saturday. The North Kivu provincial court president, Jean-Paulin Esosa, said this was a first and last resort. After three hours the hearing was postponed until Monday.
KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — The head of Congo's electoral commission says the presidential vote, scheduled for November, should be postponed until next year to finish the voter registration process.
Corneille Nangaa said Saturday that voter registration cannot be finished until after July 2017 because of logistical problems in registering the more than 30 million voters, and because of a lack of funds. Registration began July 31.