The bomber, with explosives strapped around his waist and torso, infiltrated Gen. Kahiye Police Academy and targeted officers gathering for special morning exercises.
Disappearance of Kim Jong-un's top aide General Hwang Pyong-so sparks rumours that he may have been executed for receiving kickbacks in exchange for promotions at Politburo.
Footage shows Israeli troops known as "mustarabeen" arresting Palestinian stone throwers at a demonstration in Ramallah.
The ship washed up on a beach in Kashiwazaki in north Japan, prompting concerns that Pyongyang has launched a spy campaign.
China is marking the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre in which it says Japanese troops killed 300,000 people.
CBS News uncovered a culture of systematic sexual misconduct at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, which is a feeder school to the US Air Force.
LGBT groups hailed a federal court decision denying a stay on an injuction for Trump's transgender military ban, meaning the US military will allow transgender recruits from 2018.
Reuters photojournalists tell the stories behind some of 2017's most memorable news images, and discuss their impact, both on the world and on themselves.
Despite outspending both Russia and China on national security, the US military could lose the next war - new Rand Corporation report claims.
Three have been arrested following a firebomb attack at a synagogue in Goteborg, Sweden.
A senior Iraqi military commander says his country's war against the Islamic State (Isis) group is over.
The Palestinian Health Ministry has issued a statement saying 25 people, including 6 children, were injured in strikes. Israel says rockets had been fired from the Gaza Strip.
People set fire to US and Israeli flags and destroyed effigies of Donald Trump in Muslim-majority countries around the globe, including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt and Indonesia.
In the occupied West Bank, Palestinian stone-throwers traded volleys in the streets with soldiers firing tear gas and rubber bullets.
North Korean spies feared to have infiltrated 'ghost ships' off north western coast of Japan as Pyongyang advances nuclear programme.