NATO leaders to keep troop levels in Afghanistan stable

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — NATO allies agreed Saturday to maintain a stable military presence in Afghanistan, bolstered by President Barack Obama's decision to make a smaller cut in U.S. troop levels than planned.

  • Written by LOLITA C. BALDOR and JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, Associated Press

More than 100 bodies from South Sudan gunfire, doctors say

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Soldiers have brought scores of bodies to a hospital in South Sudan's capital after gunfire erupted throughout Juba on Friday evening, a doctor at the hospital said Saturday, as panicked residents worried of a return to civil war.

  • Written by JASON PATINKIN, Associated Press

UK exit puts EU in limbo, unsure whether to do more or less

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union has known some crises in its time: the constitution that never was, impossible budget deals, debt devastating the Greek economy and threatening the euro currency, strife as nations failed to manage the continent's refugee emergency together.

  • Written by LORNE COOK, Associated Press

North Korea test-fires submarine-launched ballistic missile

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Saturday fired what appeared to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile off its east coast, the U.S. and South Korea said, the latest in a string of tests that are part of efforts by the North to advance technology capable of delivering nuclear warheads.

  • Written by KIM TONG-HYUNG, Associated Press