In his first public Mass in Myanmar, Pope Francis urged the country's long-suffering ethnic minorities to resist the temptation to exact revenge for the hurt they have endured.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff in the first launch since September.
Crude futures slide on perceived uptick in US production and Russian reluctance to go along with cartel.
Japanese authorities are investigating after a ship with eight decomposed bodies was found on a beach in the Aikita province.
The EU commission has told cities hoping to become the next UK Capital of Culture to forget about the whole thing.
Israeli blogger Ben Tzion has provoked outrage in the Arab world by posing for a picture in Medina's holy Mosque of the Prophet Muhammed.
Suspension leaves North Korea's Air Koryo as the only airline with regularly scheduled overseas services.
Sir Christopher Greenwood was in competition with Indian candidate Dalveer Bhandari for the 15th and final vacancy on the ICJ before the UK mission announced its decision to step down.
The US President said the new designation would furhter increase the "maximum pressure campaign" against North Korea as it continues its nuclear ambitions.
Vijay Mallya is facing extradition to India on money laundering charges following a request by the Narendra Modi administration.
Wang Yi's visit follows talks with Bangladesh over the refugee disaster that has displaced 600,000 Muslims.
Pledge follows US moves to close the PLO mission in Washington. Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been working on bringing Israel and Palestine to the negotiating table.
Britain is planning to transfer £400m to Iran in a goodwill payment to release jailed mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
National Cyber Security Centre chief Ciaran Martin will confirm that Moscow hacked the UK's energy grid to try to cause a blackout in Britain.
Leading global air show feels absence of Qatari flag carrier omitted due to ongoing diplomatic spat.
More than 600,000 members of the Muslim minority have fled to Bangladesh since August, and Myanmar's silence has been criticised.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians in Gaza have marked the 13th anniversary of the death of Fatah's founder.
Move is designed to ramp up pressure on President Nicolas Maduro over corruption and abuse of power allegations.
The woman, Lee Yong Soo, was enslaved by the Japanese Army during World War II when she was just 16-years-old. She is one of around 30 living "comfort women" who served the Japanese.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CBI conference that preliminary trade talks between US and UK governments are already underway.