Thousands of supporters of the European Union gathered in central London on Saturday to call on the British government to hold a final public vote on the terms of Brexit. Two years after the country voted 52 to 48 percent to leave the world's biggest trading bloc, polls show political divisions
Politicians in Turkey are campaigning for the last remaining hours before a propaganda ban begins ahead of Sunday's critical presidential and parliamentary elections. Speaking in Istanbul Saturday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged Turks to vote. Erdogan called snap elections more than a year
American soccer fans: Iceland's prime minister wants your support. The United States is absent from the World Cup for the first time since 1986, which means up to 325 million Americans are temporarily free agents. Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir says her island nation about 900 miles (1,450
It is the eve of Saudi Arabia's historic lifting of its ban on women drivers, women in Riyadh have visited one of many events promoting safe driving.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — The former captain of Spain's national soccer team, Carles Puyol, is claiming that Iranian TV officials barred him from appearing as a World Cup commentator because of his long hair.
An Uzbek-born U.S. citizen detained in the Central Asian country on suspicion of belonging to an Islamist militant group on Saturday denied links to the movement after he was released by Uzbek authorities but told to report back to police. Zokir Aliyev, 46, an American citizen since 2014, was detained
It wouldn't be the World Cup without some emotion from Brazil. Thiago Silva is upset with his teammate Neymar for shouting at him during Friday's tense 2-0 win over Costa Rica. Neymar apparently was angry with Silva for giving the ball back to Costa Rica late in the game with the score locked
KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — Congo's government says it will give former Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba, recently acquitted on appeal at the International Criminal Court of war crimes, a diplomatic passport to allow him to return to the country.
ZELENOGORSK, Russia (AP) — Dele Alli has returned to practice with the England squad but carried out individual drills away from the main group, keeping him in doubt for the World Cup match against Panama.
It will be remembered for Neymar's post-game tears, the two injury-time goals, and another big call from the video assistant referee. Often referred to as "The Professor" by his players, Tite demonstrated boldness and a bright mind in making second-half changes that, ultimately, changed
LONDON (AP) — Leading Brexit supporters are talking tough, and opponents are taking to the streets, on the second anniversary of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Netflix has sacked its head of communications over his use of the "N-word" during conversations with colleagues. Jonathan Friedland is said to have first used the slur in a descriptive sense during a discussion about the use of offensive terms in comedy. Head of the streaming giant, Reed
OPEC meets Russia and other allies on Saturday to clinch a new deal raising oil output, a day after agreeing a production hike within the group itself but confusing the market as to how much more oil it will pump. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries announced its OPEC-only agreement
CAIRO (AP) — Tens of thousands of Egyptians have set social media alight with tweets on opposing hashtags, one calling on President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to resign and another praising his leadership.
The U.S. military said Saturday that it was moving "assets" to a U.S. air base near South Korea's capital and to the inter-Korean border to prepare for North Korea's returning of the remains of U.S. soldiers who have been missing since the 1950-53 Korean War. North Korea agreed to
Turkish police have detained 47 people in an operation targeting alleged supporters within the army of a network accused by Ankara of orchestrating a failed military coup two years ago, private broadcaster CNN Turk said on Saturday. The operation, which began on Tuesday, targeted 124 people accused
European Union leaders on Sunday will try to find common ground for tackling migrants arriving on Europe's shores in search of better lives — a growing political crisis threatening to undermine the entire EU project. The arrival of more than one million people in 2015, most fleeing conflict in Syria
The Ricketts family that owns the Chicago Cubs says it is negotiating to purchase the debt-ridden AC Milan soccer team. The interest comes as seven-time European champion Milan faces UEFA sanctions over a breach of financial fair play regulations. Milan last year spent more than 200 million euros (