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  • After attacks, Europe fights call for mass migration of Jews

    Despite desecrated Jewish graves in France and a deadly attack at a synagogue in Denmark, European leaders on Monday rejected calls from Israel's leader for a mass migration of the continent's Jews to Israel, urging unity instead. Hundreds of Jewish...
  • Both sides claim violations after Ukraine cease-fire starts

    A cease-fire was declared in eastern Ukraine at a minute after midnight Sunday, kindling slender hopes of a reprieve from a conflict that has claimed more than 5,300 lives. But within two hours of the cease-fire's scheduled start, the warring sides...
  • Revelers flock to carnival parades in western Germany

    Revelers have filled the streets in western Germany for annual carnival parades, complete with floats that allude to recent terrorist attacks and the showdown over Greece's debt. Colorfully dressed revelers turned out in Cologne, Duesseldorf and Mainz...
  • Battle persists for Ukraine railway hub, despite peace deal

    Intense artillery exchanges between Ukrainian government forces and Russian-backed separatists persisted Monday around a strategic town in eastern Ukraine — fighting that threatens to dash a cease-fire deal brokered by European leaders last week....
  • 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...
  • Leaders decry Denmark attack as assault on freedom of speech

    Public figures across Europe and beyond on Sunday condemned the attack by an unidentified gunman against a free speech event and a synagogue in Copenhagen that left three people dead, including the suspected perpetrator. Investigators in the Danish...
  • German anti-Islam protests fizzle, but sentiment festers

    What happened to Germany's anti-Islam movement PEGIDA? After bursting into the limelight last year with weekly rallies that drew first hundreds, then tens of thousands, the group appears to have lost momentum. A month ago, 25,000 marched through the...
  • 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...
  • Ukraine cease-fire largely holding, Debaltseve still tense

    A cease-fire that went into effect Sunday in eastern Ukraine appeared largely to be holding, although continued fighting over a bitterly contested railway hub is threatening to upend the delicate settlement. The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and...
  • Pictures in the News | February 12, 2015

     
    Thursday's Pictures in the News begins in the Southland, where a vigil was held at the USC in memory of three Muslim students killed in a residential complex at the University of North Carolina....
  • Germany condemns separatist advance on Debaltseve

    The German government has condemned pro-Russian rebels' advance on the Ukrainian town of Debaltseve and denounced it as "a massive violation" of a cease-fire that came into effect at the weekend. Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman, Steffen Seibert,...