Al-Qaeda’s former affiliate in Syria battled a range of rebel groups in the north of the country on Tuesday, as the government and opposition wrapped up new peace talks.
At least 11 people, including two children, were killed Tuesday in Syrian government air strikes as they fled a northern town held by the Islamic State group, a monitor said.
The British-born wife of French presidential candidate Francois Fillon was paid around 500,000 euros ($538,000) over ten years from parliamentary funds made available to her husband, a report said Tuesday.
Mexico could walk away from negotiations with US President Donald Trump’s administration if its demands cross certain red lines, the economy minister said Tuesday.
Russia has given rebels a draft version of a new constitution for Syria drawn up by Moscow to speed up political negotiations to end the conflict, the Kremlin’s envoy said Tuesday.
They breathed a sigh of relief when strongman Yahya Jammeh finally left The Gambia.
Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warned Tuesday that Britain’s exit from the EU posed a severe threat to the country’s recovering economy, and made a plea for cohesion in Europe.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday called on Mozambican leader Filipe Nyusi to take action against the exiled cleric he blames for last year’s failed coup.
Ex-Soviet Uzbekistan has granted a mass amnesty to almost 40,000 convicted prisoners and detainees awaiting trial, the country’s Supreme Court said Tuesday.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday the new US administration was “fully committed” to the Western military alliance despite strong criticism from President Donald Trump.
US President Donald Trump will approve two controversial pipelines by executive order Tuesday, US media reported.