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- Pope's sex abuse board vows to go on without survivor member
Members of Pope Francis' sex abuse advisory board are vowing to press ahead with their work even without abuse survivors on the panel.
- Fillon was wiretapped, French presidential candidate's aide says
Embattled French presidential candidate Francois Fillon was wiretapped by authorities investigating him for a misuse of public funds, a campaign aide said on Sunday.
- Egypt sentences 56 in migrant boat disaster case
An Egyptian court has sentenced 56 defendants in the case of a boat carrying migrants that capsized off the coastal city of Rosetta in September, killing more than 200 people.
- Settler leader: Population growth is end of 2-state solution
A prominent West Bank settler says the number of Israelis living in the West Bank has soared by nearly one quarter over the past five years to over 420,000 people.
- US-backed forces battling for ISIS-held air base in Syria
U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish forces began their assault on an Islamic State-held air base in northern Syria on Sunday, activists said, as reports circulated that residents were evacuating the nearby city of Raqqa, the militants' de facto capital.
- UN official says 6 aid workers killed in South Sudan
- Merkel party wins state vote as election year starts in Germany
Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party easily won an election in Germany's western Saarland state on Sunday, an unexpectedly strong performance as Merkel prepares to seek a fourth term in a national vote later this year, projections showed.
- Merkel party seen winning state vote as election year starts
Exit polls indicate that Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has emerged easily as the strongest party from an election in Germany's western Saarland state — an unexpectedly strong performance and a disappointment for her center-left rivals.
- London attacker used WhatsApp, firm must help police get access, official says
British security services are pleading with the creators of a popular messaging service for help accessing one of the final communications sent by Westminster Bridge terror attacker Khalid Masood before his deadly assault on Wednesday.
- With eye toward Trump, Arab leaders to seek consensus
With an eye toward Washington, leaders of a fractured and conflict-ridden Arab world hold their annual summit this week, seeking common positions and possible leverage as President Donald Trump weighs his approach toward the region.
- Oh la la! Cypriot renews Platini memorabilia record bid
A Cypriot fan of former soccer player and administrator Michel Platini is renewing a bid to be entered in the Guinness Book of World Records for the biggest collection of Plantini memorabilia.
- Khalid Masood used WhatsApp before terror attack, firm must help police get access, UK says
Westminster Bridge attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted by the popular messaging service, a top British security official said Sunday.
- Russia's next stop: Europe
Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, last week accused Russia not only of meddling in the U.S. elections, but also having a hand in Europe’s political contests.
- Dozens detained seeking answers about Belarus mass arrests
Police in Belarus' capital have arrested demonstrators who were demanding to know the whereabouts of friends and relatives detained in the breakup of a mass protest.
- Russia anti-corruption protests: Alexei Navalny, Putin opponent, arrested
Thousands of people crowded into Moscow's Pushkin Square on Sunday for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government, part of a wave of demonstrations taking place throughout the country.
- Yemenis protest 2nd anniversary of Saudi intervention
Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the Yemeni capital Sanaa on the second anniversary of the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen.
- Car hits pedestrians in north London; 4 hurt
A car has hit a number of pedestrians in Islington, north London, leaving four people injured.
- Missing ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson: Family files lawsuit vs. Iran
The family of a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran a decade ago on an unauthorized CIA assignment has filed a lawsuit against the Islamic Republic, accusing it of using "cold, cynical and false denials" to torture his loved ones.
- Diaz launches bid to be 1st woman to lead Spain's Socialists
Susana Diaz, the regional president of Andalusia, has launched her bid to become the first woman to lead Spain's Socialist party.
- France's Hollande looks to strengthen ties with Singapore
French President Francois Hollande, on an official visit to Singapore, expressed a desire Sunday to strengthen France's partnership with the Southeast Asian city-state.