• In this May 22, 2016, picture actors perform in Lenin's Arc play, staged by the Masca Theatre in Bucharest, Romania. Romanians relive the horrors of communism in a play featuring Lenin and Stalin, set to patriotic songs of that era, played by actors who mime their roles, the hour-long performance in a Bucharest park, also being a reminder for some that not everything was bad under communism.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

    Romania play reminds people of the good, bad of communism

    BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romanians have relived the horrors of communism in a play featuring Lenin and Stalin, set to patriotic songs of that era, played by actors who mime their roles.

  • Packages of a popular chocolate bar with childhood pictures of German national soccer players, from left, Jerome Boateng, Ilkay Gundogan and Polish born Lukas Podolski are arranged on a table for a photograph in Berlin Wednesday, May 25, 2016. Candymaker Ferrero swapped the usual blond boy on its 'Kinder' bars ahead of this summer's European Championships for photos of German players as children and prompted online outrage among Germany's far right. Jerome Boateng, whose father is from Ghana, was born in Berlin and Ilkay Gundogan, whose parents are Turkish, was born in Gelsenkirchen. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop)

    German far-right angry at soccer team’s photos on candy bars

    BERLIN (AP) — Photos of Germany’s national soccer team on a popular chocolate bar have prompted online outrage among Germany’s far right because they include childhood pictures of some players of migrant origin.

  • Drivers line up as they wait to buy gas in a station, in Paris, Tuesday, May 24, 2016.  A two-month protest movement against a bill weakening France's famed worker protections reached a new level this week as fuel industry workers joined in. Strikes have spread to all eight of France's refineries, and one in five gas stations are now dry or running low. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

    French security chief: Strikes won’t threaten sports events

    PARIS (AP) — Violent labor protests and strikes causing gasoline shortages won’t jeopardize the upcoming European Championship or other sporting events, France’s interior minister said Wednesday.

  • French security chief: Strikes won’t threaten sports events

    PARIS (AP) — France’s interior minister says violent labor protests and strikes causing gas shortages won’t jeopardize the upcoming European Championship or other sporting events.

  • In this Sunday, April 3, 2016 file photo, Moenchengladbach's Granit Xhaka celebrates after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Moenchengladbach and Hertha BSC Berlin in Moenchengladbach, Germany. Arsenal has signed 23-year-old midfielder Granit Xhaka, Wednesday May 25, 2016, the team's first addition to the squad in the transfer window, after captaining the German team to fourth place in the Bundesliga. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)

    Midfielder Xhaka becomes Arsenal’s first offseason signing

    LONDON (AP) — Arsenal began its offseason transfer activity early by signing Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka on Wednesday, adding another talented player to the most competitive area of the squad.

  • Correction: Italy-NATO story

    ROME (AP) — In a story May 25 on the Italian premier’s comments about NATO, The Associated Press reported erroneously that NATO experts will visit Libya. Instead, Libyan experts are to visit NATO.

  • Britain's Andy Murray screams after scoring a point in his second round match of the French Open tennis tournament against France’s Mathias Bourgue at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, France, Wednesday, May 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

    Sun is out after 3 days of damp, cold weather at French Open

    PARIS (AP) — As if ordering room service, Andy Murray’s latest unheralded French Open tormenter requested that a can of Coke and a Mars bar be brought to him right there on Court Philippe Chatrier for sustenance during their five-setter.

  • In this Jan. 18, 2016 file photo, Wang Jianlin, chairman of Wanda Group, delivers a speech at the Ninth Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong. Wanda Group and its billionaire founder, Wang Jianlin, are inaugurating a sprawling entertainment complex Saturday, May 28 in China's southeast three weeks before the June 16 opening of Disney's first mainland Chinese park in Shanghai. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu, File)

    China’s Wanda prepares for battle with ‘old brand’ Disney

    BEIJING (AP) — Mickey Mouse has a new and deep-pocketed challenger: China’s shopping mall king.

  • In this May 24, 2016 file photo, a man puts a banner of the G7 Summit at International Media Center in Ise, Mie Prefecture, central Japan. Leaders of the Group of Seven rich nations will undoubtedly voice unity over fighting terrorism, pandemics and tax evasion at their summit in Japan starting on Thursday, May 26. Finding a consensus on how to breathe life into their sluggish economies is proving more elusive. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)

    Group of 7 seeks way forward for aging, faltering economies

    ISE, Japan (AP) — Leaders of the Group of Seven rich nations plan to voice unity over fighting terrorism, pandemics and tax evasion at their summit in Japan this week. Finding a consensus on how to breathe life into their sluggish economies is proving more elusive.

  • Canada's Milos Raonic greets spectators after winning his first round match of the French Open tennis tournament against Serbia's Janko Tipsarevic at Roland Garros stadium in Paris, France, Monday, May 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

    French Open Lookahead: Raonic’s serve could be ‘painful’

    PARIS (AP) — Milos Raonic’s second-round opponent at the French Open knows what he’s in for: a real challenge when it comes to returning serve.