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Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada has visited troubled South Sudan as her country considers whether to give its peacekeepers broader abilities to use force.
The Czech Statistics Office says the three parties in the ruling center-left coalition have dominated the election for the country's regions and are ahead in the first round of voting for Parliament's upper house, the Senate.
Jordan's King Abdullah II has been awarded a prestigious prize in Germany for his peace efforts in the Middle East.
A civil protection official says at least 470 people have died in one district of Haiti's hard-hit southwest region after Hurricane Matthew pummeled that area earlier this week.
The Polish government says it is highly concerned that Russia has moved nuclear-capable Iskander ballistic missiles into Kaliningrad, a Russian region on Poland's border.
Yemeni security officials say an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition has targeted a funeral hall packed with mourners in the capital, Sanaa.
The Latest on Europe's migration crisis (all times local): 3:50 p.m.
A dozen police officers, joined by officials from Turkey's treasury and the county's broadcasting watchdog, marched into the pro-Kurdish IMC-TV television station, sealed off its control rooms and forced the channel off the air during a live program on democracy.
UNICEF's representative in Syria is calling for an immediate end to the violence that has beset the northern city of Aleppo, saying UN agencies are on "standby" to deliver needed assistance.
Venezuela's socialist president has created a peace prize in honor of the late Hugo Chavez and says his pick for the initial award is Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Two U.S. service members were wounded in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday when their vehicle struck a roadside mine, the military said.
British police have warned about people in clown outfits acting suspiciously and sometimes wielding knives as they follow people.
The publishing company of Hungary's largest left-wing political newspaper says it has suspended its publication because of "considerable" losses while it searches for the "best business model" for the paper.
Her hair pulled back neatly from her face, eye shadow dramatic and flawless, Laura Passoni bears little resemblance to the jihadi bride she was less than two years ago, when she fled in darkness across a barbed-wire fence, her pregnant body betraying her with fatigue and terror.