Pope decries fears of globalization; barriers for foreigners

Mar 11, 2018

Pope Francis has rejected the branding of foreigners and poor people as enemies as he honored volunteers with a Catholic lay organization that helps Syrian war refugees reach Italy

Armenian parliament chooses new president

Mar 2, 2018

The parliament of Armenia has chosen a former prime minister and diplomat to become the country's new president when it switches its form of government next month

EU demands that Russia, Iran, Turkey halt Syria fighting

Feb 28, 2018

The EU is demanding that Russia, Iran and Turkey take responsibility for ensuring that the fighting stops in Syria and that a real 30-day halt in fighting is respected

Cyprus: Turkey's gas search blockade prevents peace talks

Feb 28, 2018

Cyprus' president says a resumption of talks to reunify the ethnically split island nation is unlikely any time soon because of Turkey's naval blockade of an offshore gas search

Top EU diplomat says donors pledge 414 million euros ($510 million) for Africa's Sahel region

Feb 23, 2018

Top EU diplomat says donors pledge 414 million euros ($510 million) for Africa's Sahel region

Eni executive: drilling off Cyprus could be put on hold

Feb 22, 2018

The top executive of Italian company Eni says that planned drilling in search of gas off Cyprus could be put on hold until Turkey can be convinced to pull back its warships preventing a rig from reaching the site

Cyprus: Gas search to continue despite Turkey's opposition

Feb 21, 2018

Cyprus' president says an offshore hydrocarbons search will carry on as planned despite strong opposition by Turkey and the ethnically split island nation's breakaway Turkish Cypriots

US bars ex-Albanian prosecutor for alleged corruption ties

Feb 15, 2018

United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson publicly designated former Albanian Prosecutor General Adriatik Llalla due to his involvement in significant corruption

NATO to expand Iraq military training mission

Feb 15, 2018

NATO's chief says the alliance plans to expand its military training mission in Iraq and help the conflict-ravaged country develop new defense academies

Mattis: Allies must take responsibility for Syria detainees

Feb 13, 2018

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis urged reluctant allied nations to address a growing crisis by taking responsibility for their citizens who have been detained as foreign fighters for the Islamic State group in Syria

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