Syrian state media and opposition activists are reporting that airstrikes on the northern city of Raqqa have killed dozens of civilians.
Shares in Provident Financial, a British sub-prime lender, have more than halved after the company’s chief executive Peter Crook announced he was leaving with immediate effect following another profit warning.
Indonesian police have named a radical Islamic cleric as the key suspect in a suicide bombing and gun attack that killed eight people in Jakarta last year.
Pakistan fearing sanctions and “tough times ahead” after Trump criticism.
Police say two cars used by a German lawmaker have been targeted in an arson attack in the western town of Herne.
Four men arrested last week for their alleged involvement in the planning or execution of attacks in and near Barcelona that killed 15 people are testifying in Spain’s National Court before a judge.
Firefighters in Italy have freed a 7-month-old baby from the rubble of a house where he had been trapped with his family following a 4.0-magnitude quake on the Italian resort island of Ischia.
The Latest on the start of the annual U.S.-South Korea war games (all times local):
Iranian state television is quoting the country’s atomic chief as saying the Islamic Republic would need only five days to ramp up its uranium enrichment to 20 percent — a level at which the material could start to be used for a nuclear weapon.
Afghans are welcoming U.S. President Donald Trump’s harsh words for Pakistan in a speech on his new strategy for the war-torn country.