The United States has recovered the remains of individuals from a US military aircraft that crashed in Afghanistan.
Libyan government forces have shot down an Emirati-supplied drone operated by rebel forces in western Libya.
Striking firefighters demonstrate on the Place de la République in Paris to denounce a lack of manpower, increased recognition of their profession, and guarantees for their pensions. This is the second national demonstration by firefighters in less than four months in the capital.
The number of bombs dropped by the United States on Afghanistan in 2019 was the highest figure recorded in at least a decade, according to the US Air Force.
The Taliban say they have repelled an attempt by Afghan government forces to reach the site of a crashed US spy plane in Ghazni province.
A Hungarian security officer fired three warning shots early on Tuesday after about 60 migrants tried to force their way through a checkpoint on the European Union (EU) member state’s southern border with Serbia, police said.
Thousands of Indian-Americans, along with representatives of civil rights institutions, have staged protest rallies in 30 US cities against the Indian government’s new citizenship law, which is largely believed to be anti-Muslim.
Mexican migration authorities say they have deported 2,300 Honduran refugees who crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States.
US President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate enters a critical stage this week following a new report that could increase pressure on Republican senators to call former US national security adviser John Bolton to testify in the impeachment trial.
An aircraft has crashed in Afghanistan’s Eastern Province of Ghazni, with Taliban militants claiming they have shot down a US forces plane in an area controlled largely by the militant group.