Disruptive AfD to enter Parliament, as Social Democrats said they would leave chancellor’s coalition.
Her consensus style of governance showed some vulnerabilities, but it carried her over the finish line.
A state-run website showed photoshopped images of North Korean missiles destroying a U.S. bomber and an aircraft carrier.
After Germany's election, Merkel has to build an unwieldy coalition with liberals and Greens.
The far-right's gains in the German election will make it harder for Merkel to form a government.
The Russian aluminum magnate, who has ties to Trump's ex-campaign chairman going back years, is part of Putin's inner circle.
The rise of the Alternative for Germany marked a watershed moment in German politics.
Iran closed its airspace to Kurdish flights and conducted military exercises on the border, but Kurds remain upbeat about the referendum.
The threat of conflict and the presence of U.S. bombers leaves China looking on unhappily from the sidelines.
“If we win, we will struggle to establish Islamic rule,” said one leader.
NATO leaders are assessing Russia’s military capability, which is in a period of change.
The far-right expects a historic success in elections Sunday, even as Chancellor Angela Merkel is poised to be win.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon attacked the president and the “chaos” he believes his retooling will bring.
USGS said it could not conclusively say what caused the quake, but experts said seismic data showed it was probably not caused by a nuclear test.
A week before a planned referendum, tensions have escalated between Madrid and Barcelona.
The insults capped a week in which the U.S. president threatened to destroy North Korea if necessary and applied tough new sanctions.
She called for a two-year “implementation period” after Britain’s scheduled break with the European Union in 2019.
Some Mexicans feel the generous outpouring could be better directed toward longer-term needs.
New Zealanders will likely need to wait two or three weeks to find out who will next lead their country after a general election on Saturday ended with an inconclusive result.
In a story Sept. 19 about Haitians settling in Mexico, The Associated Press misidentified the pastor of a Tijuana church. His name is Gustavo Banda, not Jeccene Thimote.
Search teams are still digging in dangerous piles of rubble hoping against the odds to find survivors at collapsed buildings, while officials say they have so far cleared only 103 of Mexico City’s nearly 9,000 schools to reopen Monday.
Hector Rodarte Cedillo, a 27-year-old window washer and candy salesman, lost his right leg below the knee seven years ago when a car ran him over.
Pope Francis’ committee of advisers on protecting children from sexually abusive priests is expanding its workload to include the needs and rights of children fathered by Roman Catholic priests.
Tropical Storm Pilar is moving northward in the Pacific just off Mexico’s western shore, raking coastal areas with rain and high winds after passing close to the resort city of Puerto Vallarta.