A gunbattle with militants in disputed Kashmir has left four Indian troops dead. It comes just days after the worst attack on government forces in the region's history, to which India promised a jaw-dropping response.
A cyberattack this month targeted the Australian parliament's computer network. Prime Minister Scott Morrison reassured Australians that the country's electoral infrastructure was not affected by the hack.
Rubio said it would be a crime against humanity to not let US aid flow into Venezuela. A fierce supporter of acting President Juan Guaido, he has been a central architect of White House policy toward Nicolas Maduro.
A Malian soldier has been seriously wounded in an apparent friendly fire incident with German troops serving as UN peacekeepers. The incident occurred in the dark as German troops were returning from a mission.
Poland has downgraded its delegation to the Visegrad Group summit in Israel after premier Benjamin Netanyahu suggested Poles cooperated with the Nazis. The four-state group is a key element in Israel's diplomacy.
Shops shut and roads stayed empty across India-administered Kashmir three days after a car bombing killed 41 soldiers. New Delhi has vowed reprisals following the worst attack on its security forces in three decades.
Authorities in Paris have opened an investigation into anti-Semitic insults by French yellow vests against Jewish philosopher and writer Alain Finkielkraut. Anti-Jewish incidents have been on the rise across France.
The world order is broken. Who is going to pick up the pieces? That was the key question hanging over the Munich Security Conference. Angela Merkel provided the answer but it's not the whole story, says Christian Trippe.
Lithuania has been stunned by the arrest of a scion of the countrys most controversial political dynasty. The repercussions could impact the result of an ongoing trial in Vilnius. Konstantin Eggert reports.
Few delegates at the Munich Security Conference showed up to discuss climate change. But those that did were reminded that the current collapse of the Earth's ecosystems is already causing conflict and mass migration.
Iranian state TV did not broadcast a Bundesliga soccer match because of the presence of a woman as referee, media say. The Islamic country censors the showing of women in revealing clothes such as football shorts.
Self-declared interim President Juan Guaido has vowed to bring aid into the country and set up a volunteer network for citizens to participate. Nicolas Maduro denounced the aid as a planned US invasion in disguise.
Torch-wielding, right-wing nationalists gathered in Sofia for the so-called Lukov March in remembrance of Bulgarian general and Nazi sympathizer Hristo Lukov. Many of the demonstrators came from outside Bulgaria.