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Boats carrying around 500 members of Myanmar's long-persecuted Rohingya Muslim community washed to shore in western Indonesia on Sunday, with some in need of medical attention, a migration official and human rights advocate said.
Fighting between police forces and members of an armed group has continued for a second day in the northern Macedonian town of Kumanovo.
A migration official says two boats carrying around 500 members of Myanmar's long-persecuted Rohingya Muslim community have washed to shore in western Indonesia.
A Chinese plane veered off a runway upon landing in the southeastern city of Fuzhou on Sunday, and five people suffered minor injuries, the domestic carrier Joyair said.
Yemen's state news agency SABA is quoting a rebel armed forces spokesman as saying the insurgents accept a five-day humanitarian cease-fire offered by a Saudi-led coalition to allow organizations to deliver aid to citizens.
Fresh avalanches have forced rescuers in a village buried by a landslide in northern Nepal to stop searching for bodies in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake.
It may only account for 2 percent of the eurozone economy but Greece has a habit of punching above its weight when it comes to bruising the currency union.
Standing outside 10 Downing Street the day after his unexpected election victory, Prime Minister David Cameron vowed to govern for "one nation, one United Kingdom." That will be easier said than done, as competing brands of nationalism threaten to pull the country apart.
Two aid agencies have evacuated their international staff from a part of war-torn South Sudan fearing violence.
Authorities in Macedonia say police have clashed with an "armed terrorist group" in the northern town of Kumanovo and parts of the town have been sealed off.
Guatemala's vice president has resigned amid a customs corruption scandal that implicated her former private secretary and opened her up to an investigation.
A top official says efforts are on to secure the release of around 250 villagers being held by Maoist rebels protesting the construction of a bridge in central India, a common tactic used by the insurgents.
About 300,000 people have walked through central Moscow holding portraits of relatives who fought in World War II.
Ireland and France are the latest European Union nations answering Italy's pleas for help with the rescue of migrants' who are risking their lives on smugglers' boats in the Mediterranean.
Spain's prime minister says a military transport plane has crashed near southwestern Seville airport killing its crew.
Several thousand people have gathered at the biggest of Berlin's Soviet war memorials to mark the surrender of Nazi Germany, among them Russia's ambassador and bikers wearing the colors of the nationalist Night Wolves group.
Syria's deputy foreign minister has criticized a U.S. program to train moderate rebel fighters which has begun in Jordan, saying it only fuels terrorism and will further complicate efforts to reach a political solution.