- Attacks kill at least 15 people in Iraq Updated: Apr-20-14 8:02 am
- Former Greece soccer captain enters politics Updated: Apr-15-14 10:41 am
- Former Greece captain Zagorakis enters politics Updated: Apr-15-14 9:54 am
- In rural India, women want politicians to deliver Updated: Apr-11-14 3:07 am
- Cambodian opposition almost ready to end boycott Updated: Apr-10-14 6:23 am
- Trinidad & Tobago ex-leader, coup target, dies Updated: Apr-09-14 2:30 pm
- Investors hope new India gov't will revive growth Updated: Apr-09-14 6:22 am
- Century of clashes, compromise between UK, Ireland Updated: Apr-08-14 4:10 pm
- Softer image helps far-right's gains in Hungary Updated: Apr-07-14 3:38 pm
- Hungary prime minister wins 3rd term Updated: Apr-06-14 8:43 pm
- French Greens bickering, divided as EU vote looms Updated: Apr-06-14 12:29 pm
- Thai Red Shirts vow to fight back if gov't ousted Updated: Apr-05-14 10:04 pm
- French power couple reunites - at Cabinet table Updated: Apr-04-14 8:01 am
- Far-right sets sights on European Parliament Updated: Apr-02-14 5:11 pm
- Iraqi army battles militants in deadly Anbar siege Updated: Apr-01-14 2:35 am
- AP PHOTOS: Afghan women lawmakers fight for rights Updated: Mar-28-14 3:13 am
- Big win seen for Maldives president's coalition Updated: Mar-24-14 11:49 am
- Former Spanish prime minister Suarez dies at 81 Updated: Mar-23-14 7:50 pm
- Dutch right-wing politician's party fragmenting Updated: Mar-22-14 2:22 pm
BAGHDAD - A series of attacks, including a coordinated assault on a private Shiite college in Baghdad, killed at least 15 people and wounded nearly 50 others in Iraq on Sunday, officials said.
ATHENS, Greece - The captain who led Greece to the 2004 European Championship title is running for election next month to the European Parliament.
ATHENS, Greece - The captain who led Greece to the 2004 European Championship title is running for election to the European Parliament.
SARAI, India - Trudging home after a long day harvesting wheat, Veena Devi has little time for the political workers swarming her northern Indian village seeking votes for their candidates.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - Cambodia's opposition leader said Thursday his party was close to reaching an agreement with the government that would end the party's boycott of Parliament, but that there were still unresolved issues keeping a deal from being signed right away.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson, a former Trinidad and Tobago prime minister who was held hostage for days and shot during a bloody 1990 coup attempt, died Wednesday after a prolonged illness. He was 87.
MUMBAI, India - India's stock market has hit several new highs in the last month and the once-struggling rupee has strengthened on signs that the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party will win the largest bloc of seats in parliamentary elections that began this week and run until May 12.
DUBLIN - Relations between Britain and Ireland have experienced a century of rebellion, terror and treaties, culminating in this week's first-ever state visit by Ireland's president. A look at key flashpoints:
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Prime Minister Viktor Orban easily trounced his rivals to once again become Hungary's undisputed leader, but the strong showing of the country's far-right Jobbik party has left Jewish leaders and others worried.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party won parliamentary elections Sunday and narrowly secured a new two-thirds majority, but gains by a far-right party were a cause for concern.
PARIS - France's Greens could well be upbeat: They tallied record results in recent municipal elections. They got an unprecedented offer for the No. 2 post in a Socialist-led Cabinet. They champion environmental issues that many French have been contemplating ever since Paris skies were recently coated in heavy smog.
BANGKOK - A leader of a pro-government movement backing Thailand's beleaguered prime minister has vowed to fight back if the country's judicial institutions and oversight agencies tried to remove the government undemocratically.
PARIS - Is this a Cabinet meeting, or a family reunion? The new French government's first meeting includes a man and woman who had four children together, split up in the public eye and are now back together in the political spotlight.
PARIS - France's far-right National Front, coming off a historic electoral victory at home, is marching toward a new target: the European Parliament.
RAMADI, Iraq - An Iraqi special forces patrol moves on foot past ruined homes on the outskirts of Ramadi, a city west of Baghdad where al-Qaida-inspired militants have held off the military for three months. As they head down an alleyway, shots from snipers ring out, followed by grenade blasts.
KABUL, Afghanistan - When the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, women rarely left their home.
MALE, Maldives - The Maldives' opposition leader on Monday accepted defeat but questioned the credibility of the weekend parliamentary election in which President Yameen Abdul Gayoom's coalition appeared to secure a big victory.
MADRID - Adolfo Suarez, Spain's first democratically elected prime minister after decades of right-wing rule under Gen. Francisco Franco, has died aged 81.
AMSTERDAM - Members of far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders' Freedom Party are continuing to quit after he led supporters in chanting that they wanted "Fewer! Fewer! Fewer!" Moroccans in the Netherlands.