U.S. defense chief James Mattis said Sunday en route to the Philippines that he will discuss regional security challenges with his counterparts of U.S. Asian allies and Southeast Asian nations there, the Defense Ministry said in a press release.
Standoff between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga continued to divide Kenya as the Thursday repeat elections draw near.
Saudi Arabia and Iraq signed on Sunday an agreement here in Riyadh to form a coordination council, Al Arabiya local news reported.
Tanzania's semi-autonomous archipelago of Zanzibar is set to refurbish the largest and tallest building in its world heritage site stone town to woo tourists.
Iran continues to weigh options to transport its profuse natural gas resources to Europe and emerge from a marginal exporter merely in the region, Financial Tribune daily reported on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia-led coalition launched Sunday a series of airstrikes targeting the home village of the Houthi-allied former President Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southeast of the capital Sanaa, said a security official.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said Sunday that they have captured the al-Omar oil field, one of the largest energy fields in Syria.
Turkey's growing ties with China have generated a keener interest among the Turks in learning the Chinese language and culture that has never been seen before.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed to beef up security across the country to ensure next week's presidential election is peaceful.
Russia has said it is confident that Iran is fulfilling all its obligations under a multilateral agreement on its nuclear program and will not take part in any talks on amending the deal.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Saturday that he would allow the release of more than 3,000 previously classified files related to former President John F. Kennedy's assassination more than half a century ago.
The U.S. Air Force could call back as many as 1,000 retired airmen to active duty amid an "acute shortage" of military combat pilots, local reports said Saturday.
A senior Iranian army commander on Saturday discouraged the European states from what he called "meddling" with Iran's missile program, semi-official Fars news agency reported.
The African Union top envoy in Somalia on Saturday called on Somalis to unite in the fight against terrorism which has seen several innocent lives being lost in the recent past.
The United States and its allies attempted to gain military advantages and use force to reach "egoistic geopolitical goals," which will seriously undermine global strategic stability, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Friday.
At least five people ware feared dead after a light aircraft crashed in Lake Nakuru in southwestern Kenya shortly after taking off from a hotel in the town early Saturday.
Polish police said Friday that one person was killed and at least seven others were injured in a stabbing incident in Stalowa Wola in southeastern Poland.
China's after-school English lessons provider RISE Education Cayman Ltd. made its debut on the Nasdaq Stock Market on Friday, trading under the ticker symbol of "REDU".
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday defended the decision of his cabinet to temporarily suspend the autonomy of the Calalonian region and pass control of its government to Madrid.
Russia has always favored a civilized way to settle all disputes, including the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, said President Vladimir Putin on Thursday.