Hundreds of noisy protesters greeted Indian Modi when he arrived in London.
North Korea has expressed its commitment to “complete the denuclearisation”.
A shallow earthquake brought down hundreds of poorly built buildings in Indonesia.
Annual US-Philippine military exercises will be expanded to include other countries.
Analysts say little will change as Miguel Diaz-Canel is expected to take over in Cuba.
Macron has spoken to Trump by phone in 2017 more than with any other leader.
Qatari forces participated in joint military exercises in Saudi Arabia, in an apparent sign of some compromise.
Trump confirms CIA chief met N Korea’s leader.
Over 400 people died in accidents in Thailand over the traditional new year holiday.
China held live-fire drills in the Taiwan Strait but Taipei dismissed it as “routine”.
There are no Muslims left in Rasana, which has become a symbol of India’s rape crisis.
Israel marked 70 years since the country’s creation celebrating its economic success.
Tammie Jo Shults, 56, may have drawn on her Navy skills when one engine blew.
Buildings and streets in a radius of 800 meters around the train station will be cleared.
German police carry out dawn raids against an alleged organised crime ring.
The hotline of direct dialogue between the leaders of South Korea and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is likely to be set up later this week, a senior Blue House official.
“Increasing tensions and the inability to reach a compromise in the establishment of an accountability mechanism threaten to lead to a full-blown military escalation,” Guterres told the Security Council.
The UN refugee agency calls a Myanmar minister’s visit to Bangladesh to meet Rohingyas a confidence-building measure.
Vietnam Courts hand prison sentences to two activists over “anti-state propaganda”.
The global chemical weapons watchdog confirms British findings on the nerve agent.