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  • Platini declines to say if he will seek FIFA presidency

    Michel Platini declined to divulge his intentions for the FIFA presidency. Speaking publicly for the first time since Sepp Blatter announced his decision to resign, the UEFA president shied away from questions Wednesday about his plans for the future....
  • Bush seeks stronger steps against Putin, avoids specifics

    Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush is warning Russia that if he becomes president, the U.S. will do more to tamp down Vladimir Putin's aggression, especially in Ukraine and Eastern Europe, and to "isolate his corrupt leadership from his people."...
  • Greece makes new proposals to end bailout impasse

    New Greek proposals aimed at ending a long standoff with international bailout creditors and unlocking vital rescue funds were received with little visible enthusiasm in Brussels on Tuesday. Greece has just three weeks to conclude a deal before its...
  • France to fight joblessness by boosting temporary contracts

    French Prime Minister Manuel Valls wants to allow employers to extend short-term job contracts, as the government gradually loosens labor restrictions in a bid to fight persistently high unemployment. Generous protections on long-term contracts have...
  • Benin's president says he will not run for third term

    President of Benin Thomas Boni Yayi says he will not run for a third term next year in accord with his country's constitution, dismissing suspicions by the opposition that he would try to be re-elected. "My name will not appear in any ballot anymore,"...
  • Lafayette's tall ship, or at least its replica, coming up East Coast

    Lafayette's tall ship, or at least its replica, coming up East Coast
    Like an apparition, the 17-story ship glided through the cool morning mist, its towering skeleton of masts and two sternward flags — one French and one a 13-starred American — all that were visible from shore. Forty-eight days after the...
  • THE LATEST: Bavarian police say G-7 less violent than feared

    5:44 p.m. (1544GMT; 11:44 a.m. EDT) Eight officers were injured and 72 people were detained temporarily, but Bavarian police say the G-7 summit passed without significant disturbances, and with far fewer potentially violent protesters than expected....
  • EU leader rejects call for new talks on Greek debt

    GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany �� European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker rejected a phone call Saturday from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asking for a new round of talks on Athens' deepening debt crisis, but that does...
  • American held in Yemen freed; French hostage pleas for help

    American held in Yemen freed; French hostage pleas for help
    One of several Americans held by Iranian-backed Shiite rebels in Yemen was set free on Monday, a U.S. official said, as a French hostage abducted in Yemen by an unknown party appeared in a video pleading for help. The rebels, known as Houthis, seized...
  • Chilean president starts official visit to France

    Chilean president Michelle Bachelet starts a two-day official visit to France aimed at boosting economic exchanges between the two countries. Bachelet is to meet with French President Francois Hollande later Monday at the Elysee Palace, where she will...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    Obama huddles on G-7 sidelines over pressing Mideast problems, pushes Russia sanctions President Barack Obama was huddling with allies Monday on the sidelines of an international summit to address pressing Mideast problems while trying to convince...