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Serbia warns Kosovo army will substantially worsen tensions

By DUSAN STOJANOVIC

Tensions soared in the Balkans a day before Kosovo's parliament is set to approve the formation of an army, with Serbia warning Thursday that the move would threaten peace in the war-scarred region.

Serbia warns Kosovo army will substantially worsen tensions

By DUSAN STOJANOVIC

Tensions soared in the Balkans a day before Kosovo's parliament is set to approve the formation of an army, with Serbia warning Thursday that the move would threaten peace in the war-scarred region.

In Venezuelan crisis, families can't even afford to properly bury the dead

By Hollie McKay

As the crisis in Venezuela deepens – gripped by mass hunger, starvation and a lack of medical supplies - there is no comfort, even for the dead. 

The Latest: French police step up hunt for Strasbourg gunman

The Latest on the attack on a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France (all times local): 4 p.m. AP journalists and a French police official say a police operation is going on in the Strasbourg neighborhood where a suspected Christmas market gunman was last seen.

In Venezuelan crisis, families can't even afford to properly bury the dead

By Hollie McKay

As the crisis in Venezuela deepens – gripped by mass hunger, starvation and a lack of medical supplies - there is no comfort, even for the dead. 

The Latest: French police step up hunt for Strasbourg gunman

The Latest on the attack on a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France (all times local): 4 p.m. AP journalists and a French police official say a police operation is going on in the Strasbourg neighborhood where a suspected Christmas market gunman was last seen.

In Venezuelan crisis, families can't even afford to properly bury the dead

By Hollie McKay

As the crisis in Venezuela deepens – gripped by mass hunger, starvation and a lack of medical supplies - there is no comfort, even for the dead. 

In Venezuelan crisis, families can't even afford to properly bury the dead

By Hollie McKay

As the crisis in Venezuela deepens – gripped by mass hunger, starvation and a lack of medical supplies - there is no comfort, even for the dead. 

France sees 6th yellow vest protester die in road accident

By SAMUEL PETREQUIN

A sixth "yellow vest" protester has been killed in France after being hit by a truck at a road blockade near the southern city of Avignon, French authorities said Thursday, as the protest movement showed no signs of abating.

France sees 6th yellow vest protester die in road accident

By SAMUEL PETREQUIN

A sixth "yellow vest" protester has been killed in France after being hit by a truck at a road blockade near the southern city of Avignon, French authorities said Thursday, as the protest movement showed no signs of abating.

Split over asylum laws, EU leaders aim to keep migrants out

By LORNE COOK

Hopelessly divided over how to improve the European Union's asylum system, EU leaders are set Thursday to underline their intention to keep beefing up Europe's borders and outsource their migrant challenge to the countries of northern Africa.

Kim Jong Un’s friend becomes second Canadian detained by China amid Huawei uproar

By Greg Norman

A businessman who has jet-skied with Kim Jong Un and was key in arranging Dennis Rodman’s visit to North Korea has emerged as the second Canadian to be detained by China this week amid the country’s uproar following the arrest of a Huawei executive.

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court says president's actions unlawful

By KRISHAN FRANCIS

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that President Maithripala Sirisena's order to dissolve Parliament and hold new elections was unconstitutional, a much-anticipated verdict that further embroils the Indian Ocean nation in political crisis.

Syrian Kurdish force: Turkey attack would impact war on IS

By BASSEM MROUE

The main Syrian Kurdish-led militia warned on Thursday that threats by Turkey's president to launch a new military operation against U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in Syria will negatively impact their fight against the Islamic State group.

Kim Jong Un’s friend becomes second Canadian detained by China amid Huawei uproar

By Greg Norman

A businessman who has jet-skied with Kim Jong Un and was key in arranging Dennis Rodman’s visit to North Korea has emerged as the second Canadian to be detained by China this week amid the country’s uproar following the arrest of a Huawei executive.

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court says president's actions unlawful

By KRISHAN FRANCIS

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that President Maithripala Sirisena's order to dissolve Parliament and hold new elections was unconstitutional, a much-anticipated verdict that further embroils the Indian Ocean nation in political crisis.

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