The armies of Syria and Turkey traded deadly fire on Tuesday for the first time since Ankara launched an anti-Kurdish offensive in early October, as Russia announced Kurdish forces had withdrawn from the border area.
The Indian Air Force confirmed for the first time on Friday that it shot down one of its own helicopters during clashes with Pakistan in February over Kashmir, killing all six on board.
European Union leaders meet without Britain on Thursday, but their departing neighbour’s absence will not make agreeing a budget any easier. While the EU chiefs watch their phones for news from the UK election, their summit faces
On Sunday afternoon, 18 gang members died in a clash between inmates at El Porvenir prison, 60 kilometers (40 miles) north of the capital Tegucigalpa.
Spain’s acting prime minister hardened his stance on Catalonia in a live TV debate with his rivals, ahead of a repeat general election which polls suggest will lead to another inconclusive outcome.
Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar’s forces ruled out a UN call to return to the negotiating table, with his spokesman saying a military solution is the best way to resolve the conflict.
More than 7,000 police officers are to be deployed for rallies in Paris on Saturday over fears that yellow vest protesters and their radical, anarchist “black blocs” could try to infiltrate a march against climate change in the French capital.
Two men were in a stable condition in hospital on Wednesday after Hong Kong police clashed with pro-democracy protesters overnight, as unrest that has gripped the Chinese-ruled city
At least three people were hurt in a clash between asylum-seekers in a town on the Greek island of Samos, police sources said on Tuesday. They said the violence, apparently between groups of Syrians and Afghans,
Israel's army launched air strikes on Gaza Monday amid spiralling violence sparked by unrest at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa mosque compound. Adding to the sense of chaos, a huge fire engulfed trees in the Al Aqsa compound that houses the mosque.