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The first funeral for one of 50 victims of the New Zealand mosque massacre has begun

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 5:31pm

The first funeral for one of 50 victims of the New Zealand mosque massacre has begun.

Nicaragua opposition demands conditions for resuming talks

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:59pm

Opposition delegates to talks on resolving Nicaragua's political standoff said Tuesday they will not return to the table until the government shows "signs of goodwill" on demands such as the full release of hundreds considered political prisoners.

Mexican government apologizes in deaths of 2 students

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:44pm

Mexico's government has formally apologized to the families of two university students who were shot to death by soldiers in 2010.

Dutch police say they have arrested another man on suspicion of involvement in the deadly shooting on an Utrecht tram

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:44pm

Dutch police say they have arrested another man on suspicion of involvement in the deadly shooting on an Utrecht tram.

Israeli army kills Palestinian suspected of West Bank attack

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:43pm

Israel's army says troops have killed a Palestinian suspected of carrying out a weekend stabbing and shooting attack that left two Israelis dead near a West Bank settlement.

Retired major charged with crimes during Brazil dictatorship

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:30pm

Brazilian prosecutors have charged a retired army major who allegedly led a massacre of dozens of leftist guerrillas during the country's military dictatorship.

Italy seizes rescue ship, permits migrants to land in Italy

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:14pm

A humanitarian rescue ship carrying 48 migrants entered the port of Lampedusa, where they were being allowed to disembark Tuesday evening despite an earlier refusal by Italy's hard-line interior minister.

The Latest: UN allocates $20 million to aid cyclone victims

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:09pm

The latest on tropical cyclone (all times local):

Mozambique president: More than 200 people dead in his country alone after tropical cyclone; 3 days mourning declared

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 3:03pm

Mozambique president: More than 200 people dead in his country alone after tropical cyclone; 3 days mourning declared.

US lifts sanctions on wives of Venezuela TV magnates

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 2:21pm

The U.S. Treasury Department is lifting sanctions on the wives of two Venezuelan TV magnates close to President Nicolas Maduro two months after their U.S. assets were frozen as part of a crackdown on corruption.

Rare protests erupt against Hamas' 12-year rule over Gaza

Fares Akram, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 1:19pm

Hamas is facing the biggest demonstrations yet against its 12-year rule of the Gaza Strip, with hundreds of Palestinians taking to the streets in recent days to protest the dire living conditions in the blockaded territory.

Gaza parrot gets treatment from Israeli animal rights group

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 12:43pm

An ailing parrot in the blockaded Gaza Strip received treatment Tuesday from an Israeli animal rights group after its Palestinian owner appealed for help via Facebook.

Israel, US intercept long-range missiles during joint drill

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 12:19pm

Israel and the U.S. have successfully intercepted a series of medium to long-range ballistic missiles in a joint drill.

AP Interview: Yemen's rebels say they won't give up port

Ahmed Al-Haj, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 11:44am

A senior Houthi rebel leader in Yemen said Tuesday that his group will not give up the key port city of Hodeida, the focus of months of U.N.-brokered talks with the government.

AP Explains: Why southern African cyclone is so shattering

Cara Anna, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 11:21am

The lives of hundreds of thousands of people are at risk after a cyclone ripped into central Mozambique and heavy rains continue to fall. Aid groups report people clinging to rooftops and trees as rivers burst their banks and waters rise. Authorities openly worry that the world has not grasped the severity of the crisis.

Dutch police detain genocide suspect sought by Rwanda

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 11:11am

Dutch police have detained a Rwandan man suspected of involvement in his country's 1994 genocide.

US, Russia divided on Venezuela after talks in Rome

Karl Ritter, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 10:59am

Russia and the United States remain split on how to resolve the crisis in Venezuela, officials from both powers said Tuesday after talks in Rome.

Third suspect in Brazil school shooting is arrested

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 10:47am

Authorities arrested a teenager Tuesday for allegedly being involved in planning a school shooting in which eight people and two attackers died.

Mexican president promises not to seek re-election

The Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 19th - 10:07am

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has signed an open letter promising to not seek re-election after his six-year term ends in 2024.