SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemeni security officials say Saudi-led airstrikes and shelling by Shiite rebels have killed nine civilians.
They said five civilians were killed Thursday when airstrikes targeted Shiite rebels, also known as Houthis, in a market in the northern province of Jawf. At least four civilians were killed when the Houthis shelled a residential area in the southern port city of Aden.
Airstrikes hit rebel positions in the southern city of...
MOSCOW (AP) — A flood caused by heavy rains has swept Russia's Black Sea resort of Sochi that hosted the 2014 Winter Games, killing one man and causing major damage and disruptions.
The regional branch of the Russian Interior Ministry said the victim's body was found during salvage works during Thursday's flooding. The man's identity and the circumstances of his death weren't immediately clear.
The torrential rains caused rivers flowing through the...
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union's president is warning Britain that he's open to suggestions on how the bloc must change, but that "the fundamental values of the European Union are not for sale and so are non-negotiable."
EU President Donald Tusk spoke Thursday as bloc leaders gathered for a summit in Brussels.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said he'll use the two-day event to explain to other heads of state and government that the 28-nation...
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan "strongly rejects" accusations by Afghanistan's spy agency that a Pakistani intelligence officer helped orchestrate an attack on the Afghan parliament earlier this week.
The Foreign Ministry said in a statement Thursday that the allegations aim to "disrupt the improving relations between the two brotherly nations." It condemned "terrorism in all its forms" and said it would continue to work with Kabul to combat it.
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece has adopted legislation granting nationality to the children of foreign nationals living in the country, provided they attend or have attended school in the country.
Lawmakers approved the draft legislation Thursday, in a vote that marked a rift in the country's governing coalition. The minority partner, the populist right wing Independent Greeks party, rejected the bill that was submitted by the radical left Syriza party.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — President Jacob Zuma of South Africa says a government-appointed panel found evidence of "defective" police planning in an investigation of the police killings of 34 striking miners near Marikana in 2012.
Zuma said on national television Thursday night that the commission recommended that state prosecutors determine whether any police involved in the killings on Aug. 16 of that year were criminally liable. He says the commission also concluded that...