Venezuela's Maduro to throw concert rivaling Richard Branson
Billionaire Richard Branson says that he hopes that the concert he's throwing to rally humanitarian aid for Venezuela will help draw global attention and saves lives by raising funds for "much-needed medical help.".
Israeli leaders' Nazi comments derail European summit
Poland's prime minister canceled plans for his country to send a delegation to meeting in Jerusalem on Monday after the acting Israeli foreign minister said that Poles "collaborated with the Nazis" and "sucked anti-Semitism from their mothers' milk.".
EU states mixed on Trump demand to take back IS fighters
U.S. President Donald Trump's demand that European countries take back their citizens fighting in Syria is receiving a mixed reaction, as nations pondered how to bring home-grown Islamic State extremists to trial.
The Latest: US Jewish group asks Poland, Israel to stay calm
Poland's prime minister says his country is not sending a delegation to a meeting in Jerusalem after the acting Israeli foreign minister said that Poles "collaborated with the Nazis" and "sucked anti-Semitism from their mothers' milk.".
India takes Pakistan to UN's highest court in spying case
India has accused Pakistan of an "egregious" breach of the rights of an alleged spy who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court, in a case at the United Nations' highest court that has exacerbated tensions between the longtime rivals.
EU projects center-right group to be top party in May vote
The European Parliament has projected which parties will get seats after the Europe-wide May election, predicting that the center-right Christian Democrat EPP group would remain the largest party ahead of the center-left Socialist S&D.
Marco Rubio warns Venezuelan soldiers to let aid enter
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio is warning Venezuelan soldiers that they would commit a "crime against humanity" if they block the entry of U.S. aid that is being channeled through rivals of socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Verbal attack on French philosopher new anti-Semitism jolt
French yellow vest protesters are marking three months since the kickoff of their anti-government movement, after anti-Semitic remarks by some demonstrators raised national concerns about the movement's ascendant radical fringe.
'Taking their last breath': IS hides among Syrian civilians
The U.S.-backed Syrian militia fighting the Islamic State in its last toehold in Syria says there are over 1,000 civilians trapped in the tiny area and that the militant group is preventing them from leaving.
Iran pressures Europe to do more to save the nuclear deal
Iran's foreign minister is blasting the United States' "unhealthy fixation" with his country and condemning the Trump administration's efforts to press European countries to pull out of the nuclear agreement with Tehran.
Israel to withhold $138 million in Palestinian funds
The Israeli Cabinet says it will withhold over 500 million shekels ($138 million) from the Palestinian Authority for payments given to the families of Palestinians imprisoned for carrying out attacks on Israelis.
Libyans, to varying degrees, celebrate 2011 uprising
Libyans are celebrating the eighth anniversary of their 2011 uprising that led to the overthrow and killing of longtime ruler Moammar Gadhafi, with the varying intensity of festivities underscoring the split between the country's east and west.
The Latest: Qatari minister warns of remaining IS threat
Iran's foreign minister says European nations need to do more than talk if they want to preserve a deal meant to keep Tehran from obtaining a nuclear weapon after the unilateral withdrawal of the United States.
Retired Indian general urges caution against Pakistan strike
As India considers its response to the suicide bombing of a paramilitary convoy in Kashmir that killed dozens of soldiers, a retired military commander who oversaw a 2016 military strike against Pakistan has urged caution.
Poland's political leader on unprecedented defensive
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland's most powerful politician, suddenly finds himself embroiled in revelations over his involvement in complex business dealings and the presence in his inner circle of people with alleged communist ties.
The Latest: Extremist attack in Nigeria kills 4 civilians
Nigeria's president says he is "deeply disappointed" by the last-minute delay of Saturday's election until Feb. 23 and says he is going back to the capital to hear the electoral commission's explanation.
11,000 march in Brussels climate protest
Thousands of Belgian teenagers skipping school to protest for better climate protections have been joined by university students and grandparents for a sixth straight week of marches to keep pressure on authorities to do more.
Gay Muslim comic gone from Instagram after Indonesia warning
An Instagram account that published comic strips depicting the struggles of gay Muslims in Indonesia has disappeared from the site following a frenzy of moral outrage online in the world's biggest Muslim nation.
Thousands in Iran attend funeral for slain Guard members
The head of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard has threatened to retaliate against neighboring Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates over a suicide car bombing this week that killed 27 members of the elite organization.
Fashion world descends on London for fashion week shows
London is taking its turn in the style spotlight with the opening of London Fashion Week, an extravaganza that will feature up and coming designers along with big names like Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood and Burberry.