The Latest: FM: Turkey Hasn’t Shared Khashoggi Audio With US
The Latest on the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist who went missing after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul earlier this month (all times local):
Former General Says UK-US Military Cooperation Under Threat
The former commander of American forces in Iraq and Afghanistan warned Friday that the United States’ military cooperation with the U.K. could be threatened by the growing use of human rights laws to target British soldiers.
Putin’s Ex-Bodyguard Rejects TV Debate After Duel Challenge
President Vladimir Putin’s former bodyguard has rejected an opposition leader’s invitation for a television debate after challenging him to a duel.
2 Killed, 2 Police Officers Injured in Shooting in Germany
Authorities say that two people have been killed and two police officers seriously injured in a shooting in southwestern Germany.
UNICEF Warns Against Yemen’s Economic Crisis, Violence
The United Nations children’s agency says Yemen’s economic crisis and the relentless violence at a key Red Sea port city risks leaving millions of children and families without food, clean water and sanitation.
In South Africa, a City Plans to Seize Land in ‘Test Case’
As South Africa’s passionate debate over land redistribution grows, one city outside Johannesburg is preparing what the mayor calls a 'test case' for the nation — the seizure of hundreds of acres of land from private owners, without paying for it, to build low-cost housing.
Kim Leads LPGA Shanghai by 1 Stroke After 2 Rounds
Sei Young Kim led the LPGA Shanghai by one stroke at the halfway point after shooting a 5-under-par 67 in the second round on Friday.
Gaza Protests to Test Egypt Cease-Fire Negotiation Efforts
Thousands of Palestinian protesters are expected to mass along Israel’s border with Gaza for another weekly protest, testing Egypt’s efforts to mediate a lasting cease-fire between Israel and the militant Hamas group.
Brit, Canadian Face 10 Years in Jail for Spraying Thai Wall
A Briton and Canadian face up to 10 years in prison on charges of spraying paint on an ancient wall in northern Thailand, police said Friday.
Brexit Prompts Surge in Brits Reclaiming German Citizenship
The number of people in Britain seeking to restore their German citizenship has jumped following the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union.