Pope heads to Central African Republic with peace message

Pope Francis travels Sunday to Central African Republic, making the final stop of his first trip to Africa in a country where violence between Christian and Muslim militants has forced nearly 1 million from their homes over the last two years and created a divided capital.

Egypt says 90% chance there are hidden rooms in King Tut's tomb

Egypt on Saturday said there is a 90 percent chance that hidden chambers will be found within King Tutankhamun's tomb, based on the preliminary results of a new exploration of the 3,300-year-old mausoleum.

Confronting climate change at Paris conference

Good intentions aren’t enough as global negotiations begin in Paris

Debate over Syrian refugees echoes World War II's Voyage of the Damned

Hundreds fleeing Hitler’s Germany were refused entry to the U.S. by FDR.

Twin suicide bombings kill at least 5 in north Cameroon

A military official says two female suicide bombers have staged attacks in north Cameroon, killing at least five people.

Paris slowly coming to terms with a new vulnerability

– Two weeks after the Nov. 13 attacks here, many of the memorials around the monument in the Place de la République are…

Bodies of 8 slain men found dumped in southeastern Mexico

Authorities in Mexico say the bodies of eight slain men have been found dumped in a southeastern town.

Drowned Syrian boy's aunt says family will settle in Canada

The aunt of a Syrian boy whose lifeless body was photographed on a Turkish beach, sparking worldwide outrage at the refugee crisis, said Friday that she hopes her family members will be in Canada by Christmas.

Greek political leaders fail to agree on pension reforms

The leaders of five of the seven parties represented in Greece's Parliament have failed to agree on pension reforms after a six-hour meeting, prompting the prime minister to criticize the opposition for being "irresponsible" and "unserious."

Brazil to sue BHP, Vale for $ 5.2 billion for burst dam

Federal and state governments in Brazil say they will sue iron ore miner Samarco and its co-owners BHP Billiton and Vale for $ 5.2 billion for the damage caused when a dam burst earlier this month, creating an environmental disaster.

Migrants clash with Macedonian police on Greek border

Migrants on the Greek-Macedonian border attacked police with stones Saturday, enraged by the sight of Macedonian authorities erecting a fence along the border and an accident that injured a young Moroccan man.

The Latest: French probe if detonators were sold to fugitive

The Latest on the attacks in Paris and security aftermath. All times local:

Coast Guard finds body believed to be missing Chilean man

The U.S. Coast Guard has found a body floating off Puerto Rico's northwest coast that officials believe to be a Chilean man reported missing from a cargo vessel traveling through the region.

UN: Maurice Strong, climate and development pioneer, dies

Maurice Strong, whose work helped lead to the landmark climate summit that begins in Paris on Monday, has died at age 86, the head of the U.N.'s environmental agency said Saturday.

Russia suspends visa-free travel with Turkey

Russia announced Friday that it will suspend visa-free travel with Turkey amid the escalating spat over the downing of a Russian warplane by a Turkish fighter jet at the Syrian border.

Spanish police arrest 3 for links to Islamic militants

Spanish police say they have arrested two men and a woman in northeastern Catalonia on suspicion of being involved in a network that recruited militants for the Islamic State group.

Twin suicide bombings kill at least 5 in north Cameroon

Two female suicide bombers detonated their explosives in a town in north Cameroon, killing at least five people and injuring 12 others, a military official said Saturday.

What you need to know about the climate conference

What you need to know• The climate change conference that begins Monday in Paris is sponsored by the United Nations. Representatives of more than…

Paris, still jittery after terror attacks, hosts climate conference

Security is tight, roads are closed and protests have been canceled.