Associated Press has a history of biased reporting and other improprieties. Not sure their material will pass the global sniff test. AP is a staple of American broadcast news sourcing, but still yet, under close scrutiny, like any news source, there can be found some style that can be construed as leaning one way or the other.
As an example, I cite the suggestion earlier in this topic for "opendemocracy.net" as a source. One only has to go a little way into the feed to find the statement, _"How much trust can be placed in such a principle when, as of 8 December 2016, only 8,162 asylum seekers, out of a legally binding quota of 160,000, had been relocated from Greece and Italy to other member states?" That is purely an editorial slant/strata in the overall story.
Real unbiased journalism doesn't provide, offer, or imply obvious direction or conclusion on things political. Only the facts.
Voice Of America is fairly straightforward. Good source for this sort of news feed. VOA has been, for a few years, experimenting with using various digital data modes over shortwave to deliver text and images. Maybe this playlist could become something of a feed for general interest content for Outernet. http://voaradiogram.net/