U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev on January 16 to discuss regional security, economic issues, and bilateral relations, the White House says.
More than 1,800 Pakistani clerics from different schools of Islamic thought have issued a fatwa declaring that suicide bombings are un-Islamic.
State-controlled Russian broadcaster RT says that French President Emmanuel Macron's administration has prevented journalists from its new French-language channel from covering two events in a week.
Britain's Royal Air Force has scrambled two fighter jets to intercept Russian strategic bombers near U.K. airspace.
During a visit to India, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to “catch up” with Pakistani militants who killed a Jewish couple who were among the dead in the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks.
The Iraqi Interior Ministry says at least 38 people have been killed and 105 injured by two suicide bombings in central Baghdad.
Russian authorities say a teacher and two teenage boys have been seriously injured in what investigators say was a knife fight at a high school in the city of Perm.
A community gathering in Afghanistan’s Logar Province has awarded U.S. President Donald Trump a “bravery” medal, thanking him for his tough stance against Pakistan.
U.S. forces killed 10 insurgents in a compound in eastern Afghanistan in an air strike that was triggered by an insider attack on U.S. and Afghan soldiers, the U.S. military said on January 12.
Incumbent Czech President Milos Zeman has won the most votes but not enough to win Czech presidential election in the first round.