At least six people were killed and eight wounded in the 12-hour ordeal as the attackers engaged with Afghan forces.
Tensions mounted at refugee camps in Bangladesh holding Rohingya Muslims over an operation to send them back to Myanmar.
Turkish ground troops launches operation “Olive Branch” in Afrin northern Syria to push an offensive against Kurdish militia.
US lawmakers to launch a last-ditch bid to end a budget impasse before federal workers are forced to work week with no pay.
Martin Schulz made an impassioned appeal for formal coalition talks with conservatives.
US Secretary of State says the US is getting evidence that international sanctions are “really starting to hurt” N. Korea.
Screaming Chinese-poetry, the black-clad singer raises a white chalice above his bamboo hat as fog enveloped the stage.
From her teenage years to a teacher before meeting France’s president.
For decades Bhutan had no television, no traffic lights and a culture that had barely changed in centuries.
India tests its longest-range intercontinental missile, to build a nuclear deterrent against neighbouring Pakistan.
Myanmar police arrest a prominent Rakhine MP for provoking ethnic violence.
A bus fire in northwestern Kazakhstan kills 52 Uzbek citizens.
At least three people were killed in the Netherlands yesterday as powerful winds toppled trees.
The lifeguards who then alerted the drone pilot, and the aerial lifesaver was deployed in moments.
Buffers – people or things that protect us from danger or injury – are important and we need them in our lives.
The two Koreas agreed during rare talks to form a combined women’s ice hockey.
Myanmar police shot dead seven demonstrators, while 12 were injured in troubled Rakhine State.
Corroded joints may have caused the collapse of the Indonesian Exchange building.
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is jailed for the second time for his role in mass pro-democracy protests.
Thailand’s court drops the prosecution of an academic who questioned the 17th century elephant-back battle.