Cobblestones commemorating murdered Jews stolen in Rome12/10/2018 5:19:25 PM Twenty cobblestones commemorating members of two Italian Jewish families who were deported to Auschwitz or killed in Rome were dug up and stolen in the early hours of Monday in an apparent anti-Semitic attack.Yemen's Saudi-backed government rejects U.N. troops in Hodeidah city12/10/2018 5:12:40 PM Yemen's Saudi-backed government is willing to accept a U.N. role in Hodeidah's seaport, a lifeline for millions of people during the country's war, but not a long-term presence in the city itself, Foreign Minister Khalid al Yamani said on Monday.U.N. envoy hopes Yemen factions agree on further talks early next year12/10/2018 5:12:40 PM The United Nations special envoy to Yemen said on Monday he hopes there will be an agreement by the warring factions to hold another round of talks early next year.Macron faces pressure to change tack as French unrest slows economy12/10/2018 5:10:57 PM President Emmanuel Macron met French lawmakers, trade unions and business groups on Monday before giving a national address when he will respond to violent anti-government protests convulsing the country.Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mukwege worried Congo vote could lead to war12/10/2018 5:10:30 PM Presidential elections in Democratic Republic of Congo this month could lead to conflict if they are not free, fair and peaceful, and evidence suggests they will not be, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Denis Mukwege said on Monday.UK's May pulls vote on her divorce deal, thrusting Brexit into the unknown12/10/2018 5:09:53 PM British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday abruptly postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal on Monday, throwing Britain's plan to leave the European Union into chaos after admitting that she faced a rout.Date for new Brexit vote depends on when we get assurances from EU: PM May's spokesman12/10/2018 5:09:08 PM The date for a new vote on whether to approve Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal will depend on when her government gets the assurances it needs to satisfy parliament, May's spokesman said on Monday.Climate change creates mutant fugu, a deadly Japanese delicacy12/10/2018 4:57:52 PM The road, hemmed in on one side by empty warehouses and the other by a concrete seawall, ends abruptly in a desolate parking lot. Men step out of their cars and into the darkness, then slip behind the sliding doors of a warehouse. Inside, they huddle under floodlights and wait. A clock on the wall ticks to ten past three in the morning.Israeli troops raid office of Palestinian news agency: Wafa12/10/2018 4:50:53 PM Israeli soldiers raided the offices of Palestinian news agency Wafa on Monday in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah, it said.Jailed Russian serial killer convicted of 56 more murders12/10/2018 4:47:57 PM A former police officer jailed for murdering 22 women received a second life sentence on Monday for the murder of 56 more people, making him one of modern Russia's deadliest serial killers.No-deal Brexit more likely amid 'confused' situation in London, France says12/10/2018 4:41:01 PM A costly British exit from the European Union without a negotiated deal is increasingly likely, France's European affairs minister said on Monday, after British Prime Minister Theresa May postponed a vote on a deal in the face of defeat.European Jews feel under threat, think of emigrating: EU survey12/10/2018 4:40:56 PM More than one in three European Jews have considered emigrating over the past five years because they no longer feel safe amid a surge in anti-Semitism, a European Union study showed on Monday.EU court cites union goal to let UK stop Brexit12/10/2018 4:38:23 PM The European Union's top court ruled on Monday that the British government may reverse its decision to leave the bloc without consulting other member states, a decision welcomed by those campaigning to stop Brexit.Germany sees no possible change to Brexit deal12/10/2018 4:36:58 PM German foreign minister Heiko Maas said on Monday there were no possibilities of changing the agreement on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union next year.Bangladesh briefly shuts dozens of online news sites, citing security concerns12/10/2018 4:33:55 PM Bangladesh's telecoms regulator shut down dozens of online news portals for several hours on Monday, citing security reasons, as officials scrutinize hundreds of sites before a parliamentary election this month.Protesters disrupt U.S. fossil fuel event at climate talks12/10/2018 4:33:26 PM Protesters disturbed a U.S.-sponsored event promoting fossil fuels on the sidelines of U.N. climate change talks on Monday, saying attempts to rebrand coal as a potentially "clean" energy source were misleading.UK PM May says no majority in parliament for alternative Brexit plans12/10/2018 4:33:00 PM British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that none of the alternative Brexit plans which have been floated would command the support of a majority of lawmakers in parliament.Change Brexit agreement or face defeat, says Northern Ireland's DUP12/10/2018 4:30:16 PM Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party called on Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday to come back from Brussels with real changes to her divorce deal with the European Union or face a defeat in parliament.UK Liberal Democrat leader says would support vote of no confidence in PM May12/10/2018 4:23:15 PM The leader of Britain's pro-European Union Liberal Democrats said on Monday his party would support a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May if one were called by the opposition Labour Party.UK Parliament should decide whether Brexit vote is delayed: speaker12/10/2018 4:20:04 PM The speaker of Britain's lower house of parliament said it would be "right" that lawmakers were given a chance have their say on whether or not to delay a planned vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan.