Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Russia and the United States intend to seek joint ways of fighting the Islamic State group, Moscow said Tuesday, in a major coup for Vladimir Putin as he tries to shake off Western isolation.
Amid a wave of violence hitting her country, transitional President Catherine Samba-Panza rushed back to Central African Republic from the United Nations General Assembly in New York, calling on her countrymen to show restraint and for foreign peacekeepers to take a greater role.
Ukraine on Tuesday began hearing a case against two Russian soldiers it claims will prove Moscow's direct involvement the conflict in the war-torn former Soviet state.
Sporadic clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinians hit Jerusalem's Old City and a checkpoint outside Ramallah Tuesday, with tensions heightened as Jews celebrated their Sukkot holiday.
Hungary's policy toward migrants is "unacceptable" and will not stop the flow of desperate people trying to reach Europe, the prime minister of neighboring Croatia, Zoran Milanovic, said Tuesday.
The fatal stabbing of a Greek anti-fascist rapper by a neo-Nazi supporter in 2013 that shocked the country was a "professional" attack, his father told court on Tuesday.
An international press freedom group says the European Union has been too lenient in its treatment of media abuses in member state Hungary.
At least 23 civilians, including eight children, were killed in regime air raids on a market in a jihadist-held city of eastern Syria on Monday, a monitoring group said.
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Monday that Canada shouldn't take in more Syrian refugees just to "chase headlines" as he debated his two main rivals in next month's election.