Morrison Looks to Revive Soccer Career at Quirky Ostersund
From the Italian capital to western Mexico to a club located 200 miles from the Arctic Circle, a player who Alex Ferguson said 'possessed as much natural talent as any youngster' at Manchester United is going to great lengths to revive his career.
Parents Headed to Court in College Admissions Cheating Scam
More than a dozen parents charged in a nationwide college admissions cheating scheme are due in court.
UK Indie Duo Her’s Killed in Car Crash in Arizona
A record label says both members of British indie duo Her’s have been killed in a car accident in Arizona.
Firestone in Liberia Pursues Drastic Layoffs, Worrying Many
The 6,500 workers at the Firestone rubber plantation in Liberia are bracing for job cuts after the American-owned company announced it will substantially reduce its workforce.
Thousands of Students March in Berlin in Climate Protest
Thousands of students are gathering in the German capital, skipping school to take part in a rally demanding action against climate change.
UN Urges Israel, Hamas to Avoid Violence on Gaza Anniversary
A U.N. official is urging Israel and Gaza’s Hamas rulers to avoid a violent escalation on the eve of the first anniversary of the start of weekly border protests.
Cyprus Fines US, Norwegian Men for Illegal Shipwreck Search
A Cypriot law enforcement official says a court has fined a U.S. national and a Norwegian man 6,000 euros ($6,730) each for illegally searching for an old shipwreck off the east Mediterranean island’s coast.
Third Time Lucky? UK Lawmakers Hold New Vote on Brexit Deal
On the day that Britain was originally scheduled to leave the European Union, lawmakers will vote Friday on what Prime Minister Theresa May’s government described as the 'last chance to vote for Brexit.'
Pope Seeks to Build on Muslim Outreach With Morocco Trip
Pope Francis is forging ahead with promoting moderate Islam during a weekend trip to Morocco, seeking to build on warming ties with the Sunni world while also ministering to a tiny Catholic community and offering solidarity with migrants.
UN Expert: Outlook Grim for Victims of Laos Dam Collapse
A U.N. expert on human rights says hundreds of people displaced by the collapse of a dam in Laos face bleak prospects for recovering their homes and livelihoods.