Armenian President: Yerevan Lacks Constitutional Balance

WASHINGTON —  Armenian President Armen Sarkissian said he is planning to push for constitutional changes to expand the powers of his office less than two

Denmark to Build Border Fence to Protect Pigs

Denmark’s government has announced that it will build a 68-kilometer fence along the country’s southern border to protect prime Danish pigs from swine fever. The

France’s Macron Urges Donors to Quickly Finance Sahel Force

PARIS —  French President Emmanuel Macron called on international donors to quickly make financing available for the Sahel regional counterterror force. In a news conference

Russian Court Sentences Ukrainian Journalist to 12 Years on Espionage

A Russian court has sentenced Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko to 12 years in prison after convicting him of spying in a case that Kyiv and

Russia Invites North Korean Leader for Visit

Russian President Vladimir Putin has invited North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to Russia to attend an upcoming global forum. Foreign Ministry spokesman Dmitry Peskov

Militant Islamist Threat to Stay High, May Rise Further

LONDON —  The threat posed by Islamist militants to Britain is expected to remain high for the next two years and could even rise, the

Paris’ 30th ‘Diner en Blanc’ Starts At Les Invalides

PARIS —  Parisians and tourists wearing seasonally appropriate all-white outfits enjoyed gourmet picnics Sunday in front of the French capital’s 19th century Les Invalides monument,

Police Shoot ‘Rampaging’ Man in Berlin Cathedral

German police shot at a “rampaging” man wielding a knife in a cathedral in Berlin on Sunday, according to city officers. “Shortly after 4 pm

Kyiv Urges Moscow to Let Doctors See Hunger-Striker Sentsov

KYIV, UKRAINE —  Ukraine urged Russia on Sunday to allow foreign doctors to visit film director Oleg Sentsov, who has gone on hunger strike in

US-led NATO Exercise Starts in Baltics, Poland

VILNIUS —  A major U.S.-led military exercise with 18,000 soldiers from 19 primarily NATO countries has kicked off in the alliance’s eastern flank involving Poland

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