Russian Journalist Detained in Iran
The Russian embassy in Tehran says that a Russian journalist has been detained in the Iranian capital.
Former Vineyard Owner to Be Sentenced in Admissions Case
The former owner of a California wine business is returning to court to be sentenced for his role in the college admissions scheme.
UK Brexit Plans Stir Talk of Irish Unity Among Activists
Irish republicans are expressing renewed hopes of reunifying their island in the wake of the U.K.?s recent Brexit proposals that have been poorly received by both the European Union and the Republic of Ireland.
Scientists Begin Setting Up Ice Camp for Year in Arctic
Scientists say they?ve chosen an ice floe on which to begin setting up a research camp for a year-long international expedition to study the Arctic.
US Conducts New Joint Patrol With Turkey in Northeast Syria
The U.S-led coalition says it?s conducted the third joint patrol with Turkey in northeastern Syria, part of a plan designed to defuse tensions between its NATO ally and Syrian Kurds.
The Latest: 9 More People Killed in Southern Iraqi City
The Latest on developments in Iraq amid deadly violence over anti-government protests (all times local):
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Turkey: Europe Must Cooperate, Not Blame Ankara for Migrants
Turkey?s foreign minister has called on European nations to work with Ankara on solving the refugee crisis instead of blaming it for a rise in migrant flows to Europe.
Egypt Deports Mauritanian Student Arrested Over Protests
Cairo airport officials say a Mauritanian student arrested by Egyptian authorities amid the recent crackdown following anti-government protests has been released and deported back home.
German Machinery Orders Plummet, Adding to Recession Fears
An industry association says orders for German machinery, an important export, plummeted in August, adding to signs of a recession in Europe?s biggest economy.