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Montenegro upcoming PM protests expelling of Serb ambassador

Montenegro’s prime minister-designate has said he regrets the outgoing government’s decision to expel the Serbian ambassador just days before the planned inauguration of a new, pro Serb Cabinet in the small Balkan state

UK says Brexit trade talks with EU are in their 'last week'

Britain’s foreign minister says there is only about a week left for the U.K. and the European Union to strike a post-Brexit trade deal, with fishing rights the major obstacle to agreement

Darth Vader actor from original Star Wars trilogy, Dave Prowse...

Dave Prowse, the British actor who played Darth Vader in the original “Star Wars” trilogy has died at the age of 85, according to his agent.

Hungarian official compares George Soros to Hitler

A Hungarian ministerial commissioner has come under fire for an article comparing American-Hungarian billionaire and philanthropist George Soros, a staunch critic of Hungary’s government, to Adolf Hitler and the Nazis

Reports: Cost of Tokyo Olympic delay put at about $2 billion

The cost of the one-year postponement of the Tokyo Olympics is estimated to be just under $2 billion, or about 200 billion yen

Pope, with new cardinals, warns church against mediocrity

Pope Francis, joined by the church's newest cardinals at Mass, has warned against mediocrity as well as promoting one's career rise

Supreme Court reviews Trump plan to exclude undocumented immig...

President Trump wants the U.S. Supreme Court to allow exclusion of millions of undocumented immigrants from the official Census count used for congressional districting.

Swiss vote on plan to boost liability, scrutiny of big firms

Swiss voters are casting final ballots in a referendum on a measure that could stiffen penalties against companies that are based Switzerland if they violate human rights or harm the environment abroad

Angry Indian farmers reject government offer for talks

Protesting farmers have rejected the Indian government’s offer to hold immediate talks if they end their blockade of key highways they’ve held as they seek the scrapping of legislation they say could devastate crop prices

The Latest: Hong Kong to close schools amid virus surge

Hong Kong has reported 115 new coronavirus infections, the first time it has seen cases in the triple digits since Aug. 2

Dave Prowse, actor who played Darth Vader, dies at 85

Dave Prowse, the British weightlifter-turned-actor who played Darth Vader in the original “Star Wars” trilogy, has died

Suspected extremists kill at least 40 farmers in Nigeria

Nigerian officials say suspected members of the Islamic militant group Boko Haram have killed at least 40 rice farmers and fishermen while they were harvesting crops in northern Borno State

Afghan officials say 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

Afghan officials say at least 34 people have been killed in two separate suicide bombings on Sunday

Afghan officials say 34 have been killed in separate suicide b...

Afghan officials say 34 have been killed in separate suicide bombings in country's east and south

Barcello hits 5 3s, scores 20; BYU beats Utah Valley 82-60

Alex Barcello hit five 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to lead five BYU players scoring in double figures and the Cougars beat Utah Valley 82-60

AP PHOTOS: Pandemic calls off Christmas markets in Europe

European Christmas markets have joined the long list of annual traditions that were canceled or scaled back this year because of the coronavirus pandemic

US reports several explosions heard in Eritrea's capital

The U.S. Embassy in Eritrea says six explosions were heard Saturday night in the capital, Asmara

Turkey's new virus figures confirm experts' worst fears

Turkey has changed the way it reports daily COVID-19 infections, confirming what medical groups and opposition parties have long suspected