LONDON (AP) -- A North Korean envoy says his country has developed nuclear missiles and is prepared to use them at any time....
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- Nearly 650,000 Syrians are living in besieged communities in the country's civil war, more than three times the U.N. estimate, according to a new report that offers a graphic account of hundreds of deaths in areas the world has struggled for years to reach....
GENEVA (AP) -- In the aftermath of the world's biggest outbreak of Ebola, the World Health Organization acknowledged it was too slow to act, blaming factors including a lack of real-time information and the unprecedented nature of the epidemic....
GENEVA (AP) -- By early June of last year, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was the deadliest ever recorded. There weren't enough beds for patients and many were refusing to seek treatment, driving the outbreak underground....
ROME (AP) -- Two cruise lines suspended visits to Tunisia on Thursday after 17 passengers from their ships were killed in the museum attack, delivering an immediate economic blow to the North African country....
BRUSSELS (AP) -- European Union heads of state and government are meeting in Brussels through Friday to talk about economic and energy policies, the crises in Ukraine and Libya, and the Greek debt problem....
PARIS (AP) -- Officials, families and media reports have named some of the 20 foreign tourists killed in the Tunis museum attack. Here is a partial list of the victims who have been identified so far....
ADEN, Yemen (AP) -- There were some brief bursts of gunfire in the distance as we boarded the bus from the terminal to our plane on the tarmac in the airport of the Yemeni city of Aden. No one paid much attention. Tensions had been growing in the city for weeks. One of my fellow passengers greeted the noise with a hearty laugh and shouted "Erhebou!" - Yemeni Arabic for "Hello there!"...