Greek police have evacuated refugees and other migrants who had held a protest vigil at Mytilene, the largest city on the island of Lesbos, and relocated them to an overcrowded migrant detention center following a night of attacks by anti-migrant extremists.
The sole surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris extremist attacks, who was once Europe’s most wanted fugitive, will hear his judgment in an attempted murder case on Monday.
Afghan officials say Taliban attacks on soldiers and police in western Badghis province have killed 14 troops, policemen.
Malaysian police on Monday released composite images of two suspects who gunned down a Palestinian engineer and said they appeared to be European or Middle Eastern, fueling suspicion that the slaying was an Israeli assassination.
Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf and Japan’s Emperor Akihito have attended at a special exhibit on Swedish natural sciences in Tokyo to mark 150 years of diplomacy.
The meeting between the U.S. and French presidents is a clash between two seemingly opposing poles of Western politics.
A large number of Chinese tourists have been killed and injured in a “major traffic accident” in North Korea, China’s foreign ministry said Monday.
Foreign companies say Alibaba punishes them for refusing exclusive deals, a charge the Chinese e-commerce giant denies.
It was looking like a banner year for business in China. The U.S. clothing company was expecting a 20 percent jump in online sales on Alibaba’s Tmall, thanks to the e-commerce giant’s massive reach.
The son of a former dictator’s top aide won the presidential election in Paraguay on Sunday, helped by a booming economy under his party.