UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the home countries of Daesh terrorists captured in Iraq and Syria must take back their terrorist nationals.
A surge in violent police clashes has left a trail of bodies across New York City, stoking tensions between officers and critics who say they have been too quick to use deadly force.
Courts in Turkey have handed down life sentences to a total of 2,327 defendants, including senior military officers, on charges of involvement in the failed July 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Boris Johnson is set to chair a meeting of the government’s emergency committee following widespread flooding in northern England.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that he would not give in to EU demands to stop oil and gas exploration in the Mediterranean around Cyprus.
A communist rebel ambush has killed six Philippine soldiers and wounded 20 others, the military says, in one of the deadliest assaults in the nation's five-decade-old Maoist insurgency.
Two packed trains rammed into each other in Bangladesh on Tuesday, killing at least 16 people and injuring nearly 60 others, police said.
Chaos has struck Bolivia following the resignation and departure of President Evo Morales for Mexico under pressure from the military and political opponents.
The Afghan government and the Taliban militant group have reached a deal to exchange captives, in a move that could pave the way for direct talks between the two sides.
Thousands of protesters have converged on Hong Kong’s central business district, facing off with police and bringing the city to a standstill.