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German prosecutors say they've opened an investigation of former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn on allegations of market manipulation in connection with the company's scandal over cars rigged to cheat on U.S. diesel emissions tests.
The Israeli government has approved $18 million in extra funding for Jewish West Bank settlements.
At least 11 children and their adult instructor have died in a storm while boating in a lake in Russia's northwestern region of Karelia.
China's Foreign Ministry says the Indonesian navy opened fire at a Chinese fishing boat in the South China Sea, injuring a fisherman and detaining its seven-man crew.
Emergency services on the Spanish island of Mallorca say four spectators were seriously injured when a rally car slammed sideways into them during a race.
Qatar has condemned Egypt's sentencing to death of six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of President Mohammed Morsi.
A consortium of Gulf Arab investors has agreed to purchase a majority stake in the Kuwait Food Company, better known as Americana, which operates nearly 1,700 outlets for the Mideast franchises of Pizza Hut, KFC, Krispy Kreme and other Western brands.
At least 24 people have been killed by flooding and landslides in central Java and many others remained missing Sunday, an Indonesian official said.
The Latest from soccer's European Championship (all times local): ___ 12:50 p.m.
UEFA has charged the Hungarian soccer federation for fan disorder inside the stadium at a European Championship match in Marseille.
A British exit from the European Union could cause global market swings for a while.
Buried in the mountains of northern Albania are crumbling buildings and an old copper mine where political prisoners were once forced to work to exhaustion and even death.
China's President Xi Jinping says his country's relations with Serbia should serve as an example to other nations in southeast Europe where the Asian power is seeking to boost ties.
Zimbabwe's cash-strapped government says it will delay paying salaries to the military and police by up to two weeks.
Activists say at least eight Syrian refugees, including four children, were shot dead while trying to cross into Turkey.
The Russian military has rejected the Pentagon's accusations that it targeted U.S.-backed Syrian opposition forces, saying the U.S. failed to warn about their locations.
It's often said that David Cameron is a lucky politician who has seemed to coast through politics on instinct and charm during a career that has culminated in six years as British prime minister.
Residents of a village in southern China where police have been deployed have protested the detention of the village's democratically elected leader and historic seizures of land by past officials.
Mayoral runoffs in Rome, Milan and other big Italian cities are being watched to see how Premier Matteo Renzi's often bickering Democratic Party fares.
Tens of thousands joined together Sunday in a massive protest against the presence of U.S. military bases on the southwestern Japanese island of Okinawa, where an American contractor and former Marine is accused of raping and killing a local woman.