Afghan ground forces backed by the air force have driven out Taliban militants from a district in Afghanistan’s western Ghor Province after fierce fighting.
Venezuela’s government has banned street protests as the opposition has called for massive rallies ahead of a vote this weekend to elect a congress to rewrite the constitution.
Widespread flooding in India’s western industrial state of Gujarat has killed more than 120 people and paralyzed infrastructure, officials said on Friday, with tens of thousands of cotton farmers also suffering heavy damage.
A commuter train crashed into a buffer in Barcelona’s Francia terminus on Friday morning, injuring at least 54 people, one of them seriously, emergency services said on Friday.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan has resigned following a Supreme Court ruling that disqualified him from office over corruption charges.
A train crash in Barcelona's Francia Station has injured 48 people, with no deaths reported, emergency services said on Friday.
An ambush attack by Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria against an oil exploration team has killed more than 50 people, according to sources, who said the death toll could rise further.
The Chinese air force says its combat drills over high seas have become a “routine” practice and will continue.
The US State Department has ordered the family members of American diplomats to leave the Venezuelan capital of Caracas as a political crisis in the country deepens.
Embattled US Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has been “hurt” by President Donald Trump’s recent barrage of criticisms, which historians say is unprecedented.