Strike over salaries by German airport security personnel have led to the cancelation of hundreds of flights in Germany’s busiest travel hub of Frankfurt and seven other key airports across the country.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused China of acting “arbitrarily” in handing down a death sentence to a Canadian citizen over drug smuggling.
Nicolas Maduro calls his Brazilian counterpart “a Hitler of the modern era” after Brasilia refuses to recognize his presidency over Venezuela.
The United States military will extend a mission to support security along the US border with Mexico until September 30.
More than 30,000 teachers in Los Angeles, California, have gone on strike to demand higher wages in America’s second-largest school system, leaving hundreds of thousands of students in limbo.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says there are still significant disagreements with Japan on reaching a conclusive peace deal to end a decades-long territorial dispute over a group of islands, which has prevented the two sides from promoting their ties since the conclusion of World War II.
The European Union has told UK Prime Minister Theresa May that it stood by commitments to find ways to avoid triggering the controversial “Irish backstop” in their Brexit deal.
A Chinese court has sentenced a Canadian man to death on drug trafficking charges after his previous 15-year prison sentence was deemed too lenient, deepening a diplomatic rift as Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau accused Beijing of "arbitrarily" using capital punishment.
At least four people have been killed and dozens of others wounded after a bomb-laden car exploded near a heavily fortified foreign compound in the Afghan capital Kabul.
US President Donald Trump has been forced to foot the bill for a White House event as the longest ever federal government shutdown drags on with no imminent end in sight.