US president hailed as peacemaker as North Korea makes more nuclear concessions.
A two-day event was convened by French President Emmanuel Macron to coordinate efforts to reduce the terror threat in the long-term.
'Get ready, Russia': US President denounces Assad as 'gas killing animal' after Kremlin vows to shoot down US missiles.
Russian news agencies, controlled by the Kremlin, have denounced accusations by members of the UK government.
It is the first time that South Korean officials have met with Kim since he came to power in 2011.
A former teacher of the Lantern of Knowledge School in Leyton has been found guilty of trying to recruit children as young as 11 into Isis-style terrorism.
The incident comes just a few months after Russia's Defence Ministry shared images from an iPhone game to suggest US was aiding Isis operatives.
Men leaving Europe to join Isis used to be the primary concern, lately that concern has turned to women returning from war zones.
The computer scientist analysed data related to large wars that took place over the last two centuries.
Bulldozers sent in to destroy homes of Muslims who were ethnically cleansed.
Some 50 young women remain missing after Boko Haram attacked the village of Dapchi in Northern Nigeria, with fears they have been kidnapped.
Delays, technical failures and shortages are common the world over when developing military technology, if two reports this week are anything to go by.
More than 250 people have been killed in intense bombing from Syrian government forces in eastern Ghouta. At least 50 children were among the dead.
Iran issued a stark warning to Israel threatening to raze Tel Aviv if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made the "slightest unwise move" against it.
Linda Wenzel joined Isis aged 15 after being groomed online. Iraqi troops captured her hiding in the rubble of Mosul last summer as they liberated the city.
A new report claims that the US is wasting billions of dollars upgrading nuclear bombs based in Europe that are no longer an effective deterrent and could be a security liability.
The number of air strikes conducted by international and Afghan air forces "increased significantly" in 2017, the UN says, killing 295 civilians and injuring 336.
Over Syrian 1,000 civilians, many of them children, were killed in the first week of February alone as air strikes hit hospitals, schools and markets.
A report by the US intelligence agencies has warned that China and Russia are developing space weapons to be used against satellites in future conflicts.
The Su-35 is one of Russia's most dangerous fighters and is waiting for a major upgrade soon.