KOSTYANTYNIVKA , Ukraine (AP) — Residents in the eastern Ukrainian town of Kostyantynivka have angrily confronted regional officials over an accident in which an armored military vehicle struck and killed a 6-year old girl.
Donetsk region head of police Vyacheslav Abroskin on Tuesday traveled to the town in a bid to avoid the mass unrest of the night before, when enraged crowds turned over several police cars.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran said it began producing more natural gas from a giant field shared with Qatar on Tuesday as part of efforts to expand gas production and alleviate setbacks caused by international sanctions.
The additional production from the South Pars field — known as North Dome in Qatar — will add 81 million cubic meters of gas to Iran's total production, currently at about 600 million cubic meters per day, most of which is consumed domestically, the state TV...
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — An American helicopter mechanic whose Facebook post complaining about his employer in the United Arab Emirates got him arrested says he has been informed the company is seeking to dismiss the charges against him.
Belleair Bluffs, Florida native Ryan Pate appeared in an Abu Dhabi court Tuesday to present his defense on charges he defamed the Emirati company he worked for, Global Aerospace Logistics.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Danish police say they are carrying out several raids across Copenhagen in connection with last month's deadly shooting at a free-speech seminar and the capital's main synagogue.
Police spokesman Joergen Skov said Tuesday's raids were part of "the continued investigation" into the Feb. 14 and 15 attacks.
Skov declined to elaborate, and it wasn't immediately clear whether any arrests have been made.
DUBLIN (AP) — Landmark buildings across Ireland and the world have been floodlit green as global celebrations of the Emerald Isle's patron saint are culminating in parades and celebrations in Dublin and other cities, particularly in the U.S., on St. Patrick's Day.
Irish President Michael Higgins attended Mass at Dublin's pro-Cathedral, where Catholic Archbishop Diarmuid Martin blessed sprigs of shamrock in the traditional start to Ireland's national holiday....
BANGKOK (AP) — Thai officials say a key witness in the shooting deaths of anti-government protesters in 2010, allegedly by soldiers, was detained by the army for her suspected involvement in a recent grenade attack in the capital.
Thai junta spokesman Col. Winthai Suvaree says Nattatida Meewangpla was taken into custody for questioning by soldiers and police before she was handed over to city police. A day earlier, he had denied that the authorities had detained her....
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Top U.S. and Iranian diplomats have returned to talks in Switzerland today, trying to resolve differences blocking a deal that would curtail Iran's nuclear program and ease sanctions on the country.
Among the issues they're now contending with is a Republican letter warning that any deal could collapse the day President Barack Obama leaves office.
A senior U.S official says on two occasions Iranian diplomats have...