AP PHOTOS: Muslims Worry About Fate of Relatives in China
The woman wipes at a tear as she talks about her daughter in China’s Xinjiang region. Nurbakyt Kaliaskar, who lives in neighboring Kazakhstan, says her 25-year-old daughter is a college graduate who had a white-collar job. Then she got swept up in a Chinese crackdown on Muslims in Xinjiang.
Morocco Arrests Suspect After Deaths of 2 European Tourists
Moroccan authorities say one person has been arrested in connection with the deaths of two female Scandinavian tourists in the Atlas Mountains, a popular hiking destination.
Indonesian Defendant Suffers Setback in Kim Murder Trial
An Indonesian woman due to begin her defense next month in her trial for the murder of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half brother suffered a setback when a judge rejected her bid to secure statements given by seven witnesses.
Jose Mourinho Fired by Man United After 2½ Years
Jose Mourinho was fired by Manchester United on Tuesday, two days after English soccer’s biggest club reached a new low in its disappointing season by losing to Liverpool in the Premier League.
German High Court Throws Out Far-Right Complaint on Migrants
Germany’s highest court has thrown out complaints from the far-right Alternative for Germany party claiming Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 decision to allow in hundreds of thousands of migrants was a constitutional violation.
Kremlin Denies Roiling US Politics Through Social Media
The Kremlin has rejected as baseless reports about a Russian political disinformation campaign on U.S. social media.
UK Cabinet to Consider ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Preparations
The British Cabinet was meeting Tuesday to discuss ramping up preparations for Britain’s departure from the European Union without a deal, after Prime Minister Theresa May postponed Parliament’s vote on her divorce agreement until mid-January.
Survey Shows German Businesses Increasingly Gloomy
A closely watched survey shows increasing pessimism among German businesses.
French Interior Minister to Meet Police Union Reps
France’s interior minister is to meet with representatives of police unions, following complaints about strained resources in the wake of five straight weekends of violent protests.
EU Officials, Firms Meet African Leaders to Talk Investment
European officials and companies are meeting in Vienna with African leaders for talks on increasing investment in the continent.