- Croat nationalists seek to curb Serb rights Updated: Dec-06-13 11:43 am
- Former Ukrainian presidents warn of chaos Updated: Dec-04-13 4:03 pm
- Main players in Ukraine's political drama Updated: Dec-02-13 12:45 pm
- 7 die in political violence as Bangladesh vote set Updated: Nov-26-13 10:37 am
- Pakistanis stage long march to protest missing Updated: Nov-21-13 2:07 am
- Malta postpones citizenship sale after opposition Updated: Nov-20-13 4:28 pm
- Polish marchers try to breach Russian Embassy Updated: Nov-11-13 2:22 pm
- Bulgaria starts probe into refugee applications Updated: Nov-11-13 11:49 am
- Israeli ex-foreign minister cleared in graft trial Updated: Nov-06-13 2:55 pm
ZAGREB, Croatia - Nationalists in Croatia said Friday they are seeking to curb the rights of minorities to have their language used in official documents and signs in the towns where they live.
KIEV, Ukraine - As protests roiled the Ukrainian capital and other cities, three of the country's former presidents on Wednesday gave support to the demonstrators and warned the tensions could be spinning into an uncontainable crisis.
KIEV, Ukraine - The Ukrainian government's abrupt decision to freeze ties with the West and violently disperse a peaceful rally has fueled public anger and drawn hundreds of thousands to the streets of the Ukrainian capital. Here is a look at the main characters in Ukraine's political drama:
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Bangladesh's opposition blocked roads, railways and waterways on Tuesday to protest government plans to hold a general election on Jan. 5, the latest turn in a violent political crisis that has paralyzed the country.
GADANI, Pakistan - Fifteen year-old Sammi Baluch has been walking for nearly a month through southern Pakistan's parched, mountainous landscape in the hope of finding her father, who disappeared four years ago after being taken by security forces.
VALLETTA, Malta - Malta has indefinitely postponed implementing a law to sell its citizenship - and entrance into the European Union - for 650,000 euros ($850,000) following massive outcry on the Mediterranean island.
WARSAW, Poland - Young Poles torched cars, threw stones at police and tried to climb the fence at the Russian Embassy after setting a guard's booth ablaze during a march Monday by nationalists marking Poland's Independence Day.
SOFIA, Bulgaria - Bulgarian prosecutors launched a probe Monday into the government's handling of refugee applications, trying to weed out possible illegal immigrants.
JERUSALEM - Hard-line politician Avigdor Lieberman looks set to emerge as a new and unpredictable player in U.S.-backed Mideast peace efforts after being cleared in a corruption trial on Wednesday, further complicating an already troubled negotiating climate with the Palestinians.