• Bombing puts British security officials on back foot again

    LONDON (AP) — There were plenty of warning signs before Salman Abedi unleashed carnage at Manchester Arena.

  • S. Korea responds to reported vessel hijacking off Somalia

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s military has dispatched a naval unit in waters off Somalia after pirates reportedly hijacked a South Korean fishing vessel.

  • How a Haiti child sex ring was whitewashed in UN system

    COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The general sat on a plastic lawn chair in the garden of his mother’s home, the scent of tropical blooms filling the air as he talked about the alleged rape and sodomy of a Haitian teenager by a Sri Lankan peacekeeper.

  • Egypt: Gunmen attack Christians, killing at least 24

    CAIRO (AP) — Masked gunmen ambushed a bus carrying Coptic Christians to a monastery south of Cairo on Friday, killing at least 28 people, and Egypt responded by launching airstrikes against what it said were militant training bases in Libya.

  • Investigators explore bomber’s links to larger network

    LONDON (AP) — British investigators are hunting for potential conspirators linked to the bombing that killed 22 people in a search that is exploring the possibility that the same cell linked to the Paris and Brussels terror attacks was also to blame for the Manchester Arena attack, two officials familiar with the investigation said Wednesday.

  • Zambia, Uruguay advance at Under-20 World Cup

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Zambia and Uruguay advanced to the knockout stage of the Under-20 World Cup on Wednesday, both winning for the second time in two matches.

  • The Latest: Ethiopia’s PM hails Tedros election as WHO chief

    GENEVA (AP) — The Latest on the World Health Organization’s new chief (all times local):

  • Trump, Francis: After clashing, a search for common ground

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — They are stylistic opposites, one a bombastic tycoon-turned-president, the other a famously modest pope. They disagree openly on such weighty issues as immigration, climate change and economic policy.

  • Ethiopia carries out mass doping tests

    ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — After being criticized last year for having a weak anti-doping program, Ethiopia conducted drug tests on more than 350 athletes last week, a top official said on Monday.

  • AP Exclusive: Health agency spends more on travel than AIDS

    LONDON (AP) — Dr. Margaret Chan, director-general of the World Health Organization, traveled to Guinea earlier this month to join the country’s president in celebrating the world’s first Ebola vaccine.