The U.N. envoy for Yemen says the country's internationally recognized government and Houthi Shiite rebels have agreed to attend talks in Sweden aimed at ending their three-year war, which has the Arab world's poorest country on the brink of famine.
Iraq's Oil Ministry says Iraq has resumed oil exports from its fields around Kirkuk, a year after the city was seized by federal forces from the autonomous Kurdish administration in the north of the country.
North Korea to deport American detained as it boasts of new weapon.
Thousands of migrants in the caravan traveling through Mexico have relied on social media, text messages and brief phone calls to connect with worried loved ones back home as they traverse a country that can often be deadly for migrants.
Tribunal judging former Khmer Rouge leaders for the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million Cambodians has opened its session to deliver its verdicts on charges of genocide and other crimes.
Academics, civil rights lawyers and journalists worry that an attempt to put Assange behind bars could damage America's First Amendment protection for free speech.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is appealing directly to voters to back her Brexit plan, as she waits to see whether rivals within her party have gained enough support to launch a leadership challenge.
Nearly 2,000 caravan migrants have reached the U.S. border in Mexico's northwestern corner, with more coming in a steady trickle of buses.
A cyclone has hit the coast of southern India, killing at least 13 people, damaging homes and forcing the evacuation of more than 80,000 residents.
Turkey's state-run news agency says a court in Istanbul has sentenced six people to life in prison for their involvement in a deadly Islamic State group attack on Istanbul's main airport in 2016.
A Russian Soyuz rocket has put a cargo ship en route to the International Space Station, a successful launch that clears the way for the next crew to travel to the space outpost next month.
The so-called "Grand K" kilogram, a cylinder of polished platinum-iridium alloy that has been the world's sole true kilo since 1889, is to be retired.
The Swiss development and cooperation agency and partners unfurled a "compound postcard" half the size of a football field on top of the threatened Aletsch glacier that's on track to melt to nonexistence by the end of this century if warming continues.
More than two-dozen lions that were rescued from South American circuses and transferred to a South African big cat refuge could be on the move again after a legal dispute.