ANKARA, Turkey - A Turkish protest ship that was the scene of bloodshed during Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla is now the setting of an anti-Israeli film.
BEIJING - China's premier is warning that his country will take "further actions" in Japan does not immediately release a ship captain at the center of a growing dispute between the two Asian powers.
TOKYO - Should the escalating spat between Japan and China over disputed islands evolve into a full-blown diplomatic battle, the economic fallout could include derailing delicate talks over developing potentially lucrative undersea gas fields between the two Asian giants.
STOCKHOLM - Polls in Sweden show a small anti-immigration party is likely to enter Parliament for the first time in elections Sunday, despite attempts by vuvuzela-blowing protesters to disrupt the nationalist group's campaign rallies.
ANKARA, Turkey - Turkey must pay about $170,000 (133,000) to the family of a slain ethnic Armenian journalist, the European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday, saying the state failed to protect him despite threats against his life.
- In referendum, Turks reject military-era laws
- Southern Kyrgyz mayor challenges gov't authority
- Turks see Ottoman legacy in new light
- Police: 6 killed in Pakistan ethnic-based attack
- Europe right-wingers at controversial Japan shrine
- China confirms promotion of Mao Zedong's grandson
- Cambodia claims win in UNESCO tussle over temple
- Medvedev widens powers of KGB successor agency
- Spanish region may say adios to bullfighting
- Idaho party to celebrate all things Basque
- Simon Bolivar an obsession for Venezuela's Chavez
- Police dodge gunfire in 3rd night of Belfast riots
- Sri Lankan protesters continue sit-in against UN
- Chinese nationalists increasingly strident
- UK leader: We are 'deeply sorry' for Bloody Sunday
- Labour, Conservatives court third-place UK party
- Ukrainian Communists unveil monument to Stalin
- UK's smaller parties could be big election winners
- Ukrainian court annuls award to nationalist
- Serb President: Srebrenica declaration 'historic'
- Iraq front-runner meets nation's Kurdish president
- Serbia offers apology for Srebrenica massacre
- Iraqi PM fights to hold power, risks sectarian war
- Chinese director's film evokes civil war's cost
- Serb nationalists name street after Mladic
- Iraqi vote shows deep divides still facing country
- Google enters fray in Thai-Cambodia border dispute
- Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan angers regional party
- British encyclopedia sorry for Irish history goofs
- Sri Lanka's Tamils left to wonder what comes next
- Wiesenthal slams Ukraine award to nationalist
- Egypt, Algeria cool tensions before soccer match
- Moscow rally in memory of slain lawyer, journalist
- Sri Lankan Tamil party to back former general
- Croatia: presidential election goes to runoff