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A prison official says Pakistani authorities have postponed the execution of the country's first known paraplegic convict on death-row, about an hour before he was to be hanged.
Australia's new prime minister has received a boost in a respected opinion poll while the leader he ousted has attacked the credibility of the nation's new treasurer as the fallout from the sudden regime changed continues.
Security was tight Monday for Pope Francis after a dissident got close enough to touch the popemobile a day earlier and at least three other opposition members were thwarted trying to accept Vatican invitations to greet the pontiff at ceremonies in Havana.
Trinidad and Tobago's attorney general has signed documents that pave the way for U.S. extradition proceedings against former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner.
Israeli archaeologists may be one step closer to solving a riddle that has vexed explorers for more than a century: the location of the fabled tomb of the biblical Maccabees.
The former treasurer of Brazil's governing Workers' Party has been sentenced to over 15 years in prison for his role in a kickback scheme at state-run oil company Petrobras.
A man was buried alive under a newly paved road, after he apparently fell into a hole in central India.
The Holy See said Monday the Vatican flag will be raised for the first time at the United Nations just before Pope Francis arrives on Friday morning — without any ceremony.
Israel says it will reinstate a rule banning Muslim men under age 40 from a mosque at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site as a measure to ensure calm during an upcoming Jewish holiday.
Russia says it's ready for more talks with Japan on a long-delayed peace treaty, but it firmly stands its ground on the two nations' territorial dispute.
Israeli company Sodastream has offered 1,000 jobs to Syrian refugees.
The sparkling water maker and the southern Israeli city of Rahat can absorb 1,000 individuals or 200 families, and “provide them with an opportunity to build a new life in Israel, pending Israeli authorities' approval.”
Ukrainian prosecutors are preparing charges against the director of a winery in Russian-occupied Crimea for allegedly uncorking a 240-year-old bottle for Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi.
Spain's central bank says the northeastern region of Catalonia would be automatically ejected from the European Union and the eurozone if it were to declare independence.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an attempt to assuage Israel's fears of a potential Iranian and Syrian aggression.
A lawyer for Moroccan railway workers says France's labor court has ordered the national railway to pay 150 million euros ($169 million) in compensation after finding that Moroccans had faced discrimination in benefits compared with their French colleagues.
Poland's President Andrzej Duda says he is asking the country's lawmakers to lower the retirement age, in a move that reverses a recent reform by the government.
Croatia set up a migrant reception center in the eastern village of Opatovac on Monday, in hopes of injecting order into the unrelenting chaos that has gripped the tiny Balkan country overwhelmed by thousands seeking sanctuary in Europe.
The British government says it will underwrite 2 billion pounds ($3.1 billion) in Chinese financing for a new nuclear power plant in southwest England, as it encourages major Chinese investment in Britain's nuclear sector.
Spanish officials say one person has died and at least three others are seriously injured after two explosions at a chemical and fuel factory outside the southeastern town of Almeria.
The Hungarian government posted ads in Lebanese newspapers on Monday warning migrants not to enter illegally, saying it is a crime punishable by imprisonment.