British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday it was important to ensure that Parliament could not block Brexit, defending her approach to passing the legislation that will end Britain’s membership of the European Union.
Blasts killed at least 31 people in the northeast Nigerian state of Borno, two residents said on Sunday, marking the largest attack in several weeks in a part of the country blighted by the Boko Haram terrorists.
A suicide attack in restive eastern Afghanistan on Sunday killed at least 18 people in a crowd celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday, the second assault in as many days to mar an unprecedented cease-fire.
South Korea and the United States are expected to announce the suspension of “large-scale” military drills this week, with the provision that they would restart if North Korea failed to keep its promise to denuclearize, Yonhap news agency said on Sunday.
A Saudi-led coalition conducted airstrikes on Yemen’s Hodeidah airport on Sunday, to support forces attempting to seize control from Yemeni forces inside, according to Saudi and Houthi media, in the biggest battle of the war.
The Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government’s spokesperson expressed Erbil’s opposition to the armed groups that threaten the neighboring states, stressing that the KRG does not allow such groups to use its territory for moves against Iran and Turkey.
Ships in the Aquarius aid convoy docked Sunday at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for hundreds of people who were rescued from the perilous Mediterranean only to become the latest pawn in Europe's battle over immigration.
Greece and Macedonia on Sunday signed a historic preliminary agreement to rename the small Balkan nation the Republic of North Macedonia, ending a row that has poisoned relations between the two neighbors since 1991.