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Thais mourn dozens, mainly kids, killed in day care attack

Relatives wailed and collapsed in grief over the small coffins of children after a fired police officer stormed a rural Thai day care center at naptime and massacred dozens of people Learn More


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Nobel Peace Prize to activists from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to jailed Belarus rights activist Ales Bialiatski, the Russian group Memorial and the Ukrainian organization Center for Civil Liberties More »


Disputing Iran's version, mom says teen was beaten to death

The mother of an Iranian teenager is disputing official claims that her daughter fell to her death from a high building More »


Putin's path: from pledges of stability to nuclear threats

As he turns 70 on Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin finds himself in the eye of a storm of his own making: His army is suffering humiliating defeats in Ukraine More »


Org. of American States boss faces probe over relationship

The Associated Press has learned that the head of the Organization of American States is facing an internal investigation into allegations he carried on an intimate relationship with a staffer that may have violated the organization’s code of ethics More »


EXPLAINER: Fewer people cross Mediterranean; many still die

The back-to-back shipwrecks of migrant boats off Greece that left at least 22 people dead this week has once again put the spotlight on the dangers of the Mediterranean migration route to Europe More »


US carrier, S. Korea warships start new drills amid tensions

The nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan has begun a new round of naval drills with South Korean warships More »


Ukraine city takes more hits as apartment attack deaths rise

The death toll from a Russian missile attack on apartment buildings in the southern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia has risen to 11 More »


Europe praises, Belarus scorns Nobel for rights defenders

Officials in Europe praised the awarding of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize to activists standing up for human rights and democracy in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, but authorities in Belarus are scorning the move More »


AP EXPLAINS: How one computer forecast model botched Ian

Hurricane Ian confounded one key computer forecast model, creating challenges for forecasters and Florida residents More »


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