The Latest on a funeral for a Maryland police officer (all times local): 2:40 p.m. Slain Maryland police Officer Amy Caprio is being laid to rest.
Thousands of people are staging a protest in Argentina's capital against the government's decision to seek economic help from the International Monetary Fund.
Truckers angry over fuel price hikes are striking for a fifth straight day in Brazil despite a deal reached with unions to suspend the stoppage.
Burundi's electoral commission says a majority of voters agreed to amend the constitution in changes that could prolong the rule of President Pierre Nkurunziza until 2034.
Vote-counting has started in Burundi's referendum on constitutional changes that would extend the president's rule until 2034.
Burundi is voting in a referendum proposing constitutional changes that could extend the president's rule until 2034.
Tunisian officials say a knife-wielding man tried to attack police officers outside the main synagogue in the capital, but was subdued before wounding anyone.
Algeria's president has visited the construction site of the future Great Mosque in Algiers, in a rare public appearance of the 81-year-old ailing leader.
A former French budget minister, who was in charge of fighting tax evasion in the country, has been again convicted of tax fraud and money laundering but received a reduced sentence at his appeal trial.
The United Nations' human rights chief calls last week's deadly attack in Burundi a "very dangerous development" ahead of Thursday's referendum that could extend the president's rule.
Palestinians will be burying their dead Tuesday after 58 people were killed by Israel during Gaza border protests.
Libya's prosecutors say they have handed over the bodies of 20 Coptic Christian workers, who were beheaded on a beach in the coastal city of Sirte by Islamic State militants, to their families in Egypt.
An Egyptian court has referred the case of 13 defendants facing terrorism charges to the country's top religious authority, the Grand Mufi, for a non-binding opinion on whether they can be potentially executed as the prosecution seeks.
Sam Nzima, the South African photographer who took the iconic image of a black high school student carrying a fatally wounded fellow student away from the gunfire of apartheid police in the Soweto student riots of 1976, has died at 83.
Nearly two months after a black councilwoman was shot and killed in Rio de Janeiro, police are recreating the murder scene in hopes of discovering clues about who did it.
A Rwandan official says at least 18 people have been killed in landslides and flooding in the country's west.
A wildlife official says a leopard has attacked and killed a toddler in a protected area popular with tourists.
A court in Burundi has jailed an official who allegedly called for the drowning of the government's opponents.
A prominent human rights lawyer is demanding that Qatar compensate Dutch-based victims of an al-Qaida-linked Syrian extremist group, saying the Al Nusra group is financed by Qatar-based funding networks.
Burundi's president has appointed the former leader of a violent youth group linked to the ruling party as his foreign minister.