Myanmar authorities ceremonially burned 25 kinds of seized narcotic drugs in Yangon on Monday to mark the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
African leaders will next month gather at the African Union (AU) headquarters in Ethiopia to adopt proposals that the continent gets two permanent seats at the UN Security Council.
New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay said on Monday that he believed the time was right to launch trade talks with Mexico, Chile, Peru and Colombia as part of the government's push for better access in Latin America.
The Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists has signed a deal with the Conservatives to support Prime Minister Theresa May's minority government, BBC reported Monday.
The Israeli forces struck Syrian military positions on Sunday, the second attack within 24 hours, the Syrian army said in a statement.
Iraqi forces battling Islamic State (IS) militants on Sunday continued heavy clashes and pushed deeper toward the heart of the heavily populated old city in the western side of Mosul, the Iraqi military said.
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