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  • Hungary says agreement reached on new gas deal with Russia

    Hungary on Tuesday reached a "political agreement" with Moscow on a new gas deal, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's main objective while hosting Russian President Vladimir Putin. Orban, who said only "technical" details needed to be finalized on the deal...
  • Kosovo's joy now despair on anniversary of independence

    Jubilant throngs gathered around gigantic letters spelling "NEWBORN," when Kosovo declared independence from Serbia seven years ago. Today, there's a new national symbol: The bus stop where hundreds of people gather every day to flee a country they've...
  • Ukraine soldiers taken prisoner in fighting for railway hub

    Under a near-constant barrage of artillery fire, Ukrainian forces and separatist rebels fought fierce street battles Tuesday for control of the strategic railway hub of Debaltseve, a battle impeding implementation of a peace plan. Ukraine denied rebel...
  • Political stakes high for Iran's president in nuclear talks

    Throughout the long negotiations over the fate of Iran's nuclear program, President Hassan Rouhani has withstood scathing criticism from hard-liners at home by sticking to his case that a deal with his country's longtime enemies will bring peace and...
  • Correction: Denmark-Shots story

    In some updates of a story Feb. 15 about the shootings in Copenhagen, Denmark, The Associated Press erroneously reported a victim's age. Security guard Dan Uzan was 37, not 27. A corrected version of the story is below: Police say Copenhagen gunman...
  • Egypt signs agreements to purchase advanced French warplanes

    Egypt signed agreements to purchase 24 advanced fighter jets from France on Monday, hours after Egyptian aircraft bombed Islamic State targets in Libya and implored foreign governments for help fighting extremists in the region. The deal for 24 of...
  • EU puts 19 more individuals on its Ukraine sanctions list

    The European Union has added 19 more individuals, including a Russian deputy minister of defense, on its sanctions list for their actions linked to the fighting in eastern Ukraine, in a move strongly criticized by Moscow. The EU published the list, which...
  • Putin visit to Hungary shows he still has friends in Europe

    Russian President Vladimir Putin travels to Budapest on Tuesday to meet the leader some Hungarians cast as his alter ego — "Little Putin." It's a striking moniker for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who rose to international prominence in...
  • Europe must help African migrants facing death at sea

    Europe must help African migrants facing death at sea
    Four inflatable boats, each carrying more than 100 African migrants, recently set off from a beach near Tripoli, Libya, hoping to reach the Italian island of Lampedusa, about 180 miles across the Mediterranean. None of the boats made it: Ships rescued...
  • AP News in Brief at 9:58 p.m. EST

    Denmark on edge after 2 shootings; manhunt under way as police draw parallels to Paris A gunman opened fire on a Copenhagen cultural center, killing one man and wounding three police officers in what authorities called a terror attack against a free...
  • Croatia's first woman president sworn in

    Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic was sworn in as Croatia's first female president on Sunday after a surprise election victory in the European Union's newest member state. The nationalist won the largely ceremonial presidency by edging liberal incumbent Ivo...