Latest updates on the war in Ukraine.
At least 10 people are dead and 30 wounded after a bombing at a mosque in Kabul during evening prayers.
A string of services across Australia, with the largest in Melbourne, will mark Vietnam Veterans' Day.
Thailand's southernmost provinces, the scene of an active Muslim separatist insurgency, have been hit by a wave of arson and bombing attacks.
Two cruise missiles have been fired from the North Korean town of Onchon, on the west coast, according to a South Korean military source.
Latest updates on the war in Ukraine
Blasts have engulfed an ammunition depot at a military base in the north of the Crimean peninsula, and could change the dynamics of the war in Ukraine.
Ukraine has destroyed the headquarters of notorious pro-Kremlin mercenaries after a Russian propagandist gave away its location with a picture on social media.
The Taliban is marking a year since it seized the Afghanistan capital of Kabul, with the former insurgents struggling to govern.
Rahim Faiez and Ebrahim Noroozi
Ukrainian and Russian-installed officials reported shelling near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine, with both sides blaming each other after the world nuclear watchdog warned of disaster if the fighting does not stop.
Russia has unveiled a model of a space station it could use if it abandons the International Space Station.
Three people have been killed and two wounded by an explosive item after swimming in the sea in southern Ukraine.
Israel's latest strikes are part of an escalation of what has been a low-intensity conflict whose goal was to slow down Iran's growing entrenchment in Syria.
In an exclusive interview, Afghan war reporter Orooj Hakimi reveals how life has changed one year after her dangerous escape from the Taliban as Kabul fell to the extremists.
Russians who shoot at or from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant are making themselves a target for the Ukraine army, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says.
Taliban forces have fired shots to break up a peaceful march for women's rights on the streets of Kabul.
As Ukraine reports widespread attacks by Russian forces in the east, the two sides continue to trade blame over shelling around Europe's largest nuclear plant.
The UN has called for military activity around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant to cease, as Ukraine and Russia blame each other for shelling near the facility.
Tom Balmforth and Michelle Nichols
Three people have been shot dead and dozens wounded by police in Somalia during protests over the upcoming election.
McDonalds has announced it will reopen in Ukraine, months after closing its doors in Russia.
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