Poland's president says he will sign a bill outlawing suggestions the Polish nation or state was complicit in Nazi crimes.
Russia is hailing a pilot who killed himself with a grenade to avoid capture in Syria as a national hero. Major Roman Filipov was awarded the Hero of Russia medal.
London-born Lucas Kinney stars has appeared in a new al-Qaeda propaganda video where he appeals for jihadists to join the fight against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Arabic.
Berlin was divided for 10,316 days, and 5 February 2018 marks 10,316 days since the wall's construction began, meaning the city has now been united for a longer period.
"The United States would only consider the use of nuclear weapons in extreme circumstances," according to the new NPR.
A Russian Sukhoi-25 ground-attack aircraft has been shot down in Syria's north-western province of Idlib.
Russia allegedly has a nuclear doomsday missile that would be six times more deadly than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Germany has granted asylum to four Turkish soldiers, one of whom is accused of being a leading figure in the failed July 2016 military coup.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says air force could use civilian airport on Kurile Islands, claimed by both Russia and Japan.
Soldiers systematically disfiguring murdered Rohingya villagers with acid to deny culpability in war crimes, says Human Rights Watch.
50 battle-hardened Isis fighters feared to have entered Italy and may be attempting to infiltrate other parts of Europe, Interpol has warned.
A post-Brexit intelligence-sharing agreement is vital to ensure British and European security, the former heads of MI6 and GCHQ have said.
Audience at Trump's first State of the Union address rally to Warmbier family and defector Ji Seong-ho.
Imad al-Alami, a senior Hamas figure, was declared a 'specially designated global terrorist' by the US in 2003 but was shot in the head earlier this month.
First proof links Syrian government chemical weapons stockpile to largest nerve gas attack in seven-year civil war.