Burundi held a presidential election Tuesday.
Turkey’s Interior Ministry says a terrorist attack has killed at least 27 people and wounded nearly 100 in the town of Suruc, near the Syrian border.
The Chad government accused the former of being responsible for more than 40,000 killings.
Officials from Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation have apologized for the company’s use of American prisoners of war as slave laborers during World War II.
World powers have been working for years to limit Iran’s nuclear activities.
American and British officials met Thursday with opponents of the Iran nuclear deal.
A top Greek official confirmed Thursday that banks would reopen on Monday.
Greek anti-austerity demonstrators threw explosives at police in Athens Wednesday.
A German court has sentenced a 94-year-old former Nazi officer to four years in prison.
The Switzerland-based team attempting to fly a solar-powered plane around the world says the flight has been delayed until next April because of damage to its batteries.