Croatia Says Its 3 Soldiers Wounded in Attack in Afghanistan
Croatia’s defense ministry says three Croatian soldiers serving in Afghanistan have been injured in an apparent attack by a suicide bomber on their convoy.
Germany Condemns Killing of Russian LGBT Activist
Germany is condemning the killing of a political activist in Russia and urging authorities to find out whether the crime was related to her advocacy of LGBT rights.
Brazilian Tennis Player Haddad Maia Fails Doping Test
The International Tennis Federation says Brazilian tennis player Beatriz Haddad Maia has been provisionally suspended for failing a doping test.
Nissan’s Directors Say Governance Reforms to Bring Job Cuts
The executives charged with strengthening governance at Nissan are saying extensive job cuts are coming, designed to drive a recovery at the Japanese automaker.
Former Kosovo PM Haradinaj Questioned at War Crimes Court
Kosovo’s former prime minister has arrived for questioning at a special court investigating alleged war crimes by separatist fighters from the Kosovo Liberation Army two decades ago.
EU Braces for Boris Johnson as UK Leader _ and Brexit
Brussels is bracing for Boris and Brexit.
DA: Dad’s Blood Found on Shovel in Case of Slain 5-Year-Old
Authorities say the blood of a Tennessee man charged in the death of his 5-year-old son has been found on a shovel.
Prominent Russian Opposition Figure Navalny Arrested
Alexei Navalny, Russia’s most prominent opposition figure, has been detained by police and charged with unlawfully organizing a public gathering.
2 S. Koreans, 15 Russians Held in NKorea After Boat Drifts
Two South Koreans and 15 Russians have been held in North Korea for a week after their boat drifted into North Korean waters, Seoul officials said Wednesday.
The Latest: Iran Says US Did Not Intercept Drones
The Latest on tensions in the Persian Gulf (all times local):