The United Nations Security Council has called on Libyan army commander Khalifa Haftar to halt his forces’ advance toward Tripoli, which is under the control of a UN-backed government.
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry says the country will release 360 Indian prisoners who have been detained for fishing illegally in its territorial waters in the Arabian Sea.
Two activists from the Agit Russia group who allegedly installed a mock gravestone with the name Vladimir Putin on it have been detained by police in Russia's second-biggest city, St. Petersburg.
The U.S. envoy seeking a peace deal with the Taliban to end nearly 18 years of war in Afghanistan has arrived for talks in neighboring Pakistan.
One in five Russians say they would leave their country if they could, according to a new poll by Gallup.
A war of words between NATO allies the United States and Turkey intensified, with the sides disputing the readout of a meeting of the countries’ foreign ministers regarding Syria
Foreign ministers from NATO's 29 member countries are meeting for a second day in Washington to mark the alliance's 70th anniversary and discuss security threats, including Russia and Afghanistan.
Afghan officials say a Taliban attack in the northwestern province of Badghis has killed at least 20 government soldiers and police.
U.S. Republican and Democratic senators have introduced legislation threatening tough sanctions to discourage Russia from meddling in U.S. elections, Reuters reports.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has warned Turkey and Germany about their dealings with Russia, telling Ankara it is "reckless" and warning Berlin it risks becoming a "captive" of Moscow.
A Swiss lawyer of Gulnara Karimova, the elder daughter of the late president of Uzbekistan, has met with his client in an Uzbek prison.
NATO's chief says the alliance faces threats from a "more assertive Russia," but also that the alliance is not seeking to isolate Moscow.