Thousands of Travelers Affected in Europe by Ryanair Strike
Thousands of travelers in Europe saw their plans disrupted Friday after airline Ryanair cancelled some 190 flights because of strikes by cabin crew in Spain, Belgium, Holland, Portugal, Italy and Germany.
Vettel Fastest in 1st Practice for Russian Grand Prix
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time in Friday’s first practice session for the Russian Grand Prix, with title rival Lewis Hamilton close behind in third.
Haas to Keep Grosjean and Magnussen for 2019
Formula One team Haas says it is keeping drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen for next year.
Iranian Force Warns Saudi Arabia, UAE Over Its ‘Red Lines’
Iran’s hard-line Revolutionary Guard has warned Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates not to interfere in the country’s internal affairs or cross its 'red lines' in the wake of the terror attack on a military parade that killed 24 people.
AP Photos: Editor Selections From the Past Week in Asia
Anti-India protests and clashes erupted in disputed Kashmir after Indian troops killed a young shepherd who was tending his sheep, officials and residents said.
Tokyo Olympic Organizers Conduct Security Tests With Police
Tokyo Olympic organizers conducted a series of drills with the metropolitan police department on Friday with the aim of boosting security for the 2020 Games.
War-Torn South Sudan Launches Youth Rugby League for Peace
Clutching the ball with both hands, Gloria Nene charges past opponents and proudly scores a try. The 11-year-old girl traded in Boro Boro, South Sudan’s equivalent of dodgeball, for rugby a few months ago and already has decided she wants to go pro.
Rwanda Fee Hike to Visit Gorillas Leads to Drop in Tourists
Gorilla tourism is an important income source for Rwanda, but a recent increase in permit fees for safaris meant a steep decline in visitors.
India’s Top Court Refuses to Release 5 Rights Activists
India’s top court has rejected pleas by five rights activists that they be freed nearly four weeks after being arrested for alleged links to Maoist rebels.
Ethiopia Charges 5 With Terrorism Over Assassination Attempt
Ethiopia’s attorney general on Friday filed terrorism charges against five people accused of trying to 'kill the prime minister' at a huge rally in the capital in June, barely two months after the reformist leader took office.