A new survey shows the number of Russians who regard President Vladimir Putin as Russia's most trusted politician has fallen significantly over the past year.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Saudi Arabia has the responsibility to prove its claim that a missing Saudi journalist left the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Ukraine has opened a series of large-scale air-force exercises with the United States and seven other NATO countries, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry says.
Some of the Russians marking President Vladimir Putin's birthday this past weekend were decidedly not wishing him well.
The U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan has arrived in Kabul for talks with Afghan officials as part of efforts to reach a peace deal to end the 17-year war with the Taliban.
A Bulgarian TV reporter has been found dead in a northern border city and authorities say they are investigating into whether it was a random crime or was connected to her reporting work.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has hailed "productive" discussions with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang.
At least seven police officers have been killed in clashes with Taliban militants in the central Afghan province of Wardak, officials say.
Fears are growing over the fate of a prominent Saudi journalist who has been missing since October 2 after entering Saudi Arabia's Consulate in Istanbul.
A populist, Russia-friendly coalition appeared set to finish atop the pack in Latvia’s parliamentary elections, with exit polls showing the Harmony party holding the lead over the pro-West liberal coalition.
An Afghan official said at least two police officers have been killed in Taliban attacks in the capital Kabul.
Russia is augmenting its underwater battle capabilities in a direct challenge to U.S. and NATO forces in the Atlantic and Mediterranean arenas, a top U.S. admiral has warned.