Indian Ocean naval forces said Monday they had freed two fishing vessels hijacked separately by Somali pirates, with Indian sailors rescuing an Iranian boat and commandos from the Seychelles releasing a Sri Lankan trawler.
Britain's Catherine, Princess of Wales, has left hospital after undergoing abdominal surgery, her Kensington Palace office said on Monday, adding that she was making "good progress" at home.
French farmers choked off major motorways around Paris on Monday, threatening to blockade the capital in an intensifying standoff with the government over working conditions.
A former Russian leader said the end of Vladimir Putin's regime will begin when Ukraine liberates Crimea.
Britain's Minister for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell, has outlined steps that can be taken to tackle the 'sobering' numbers forcibly displaced around the world.
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Sergey Naryshkin confirmed that during their conversation, William Burns raised the matter of the events that occurred on June 24.
At least five northeastern states are under flood-related alerts as heavy rains are expected to continue in the region through Monday. In New York, one county has been placed under a state of emergency. Some areas are at risk of flooding through Tuesday.
With the humanitarian situation in Gaza increasingly desperate, donors are considering delivering relief supplies from the sky, as the UN warns famine is "almost inevitable".
The world's trade ministers were locked in deadlocked negotiations Friday following overnight talks as a major WTO conference postponed its closing session for a fourth time with no deals in sight.
Two of the world's largest technology companies teamed up to build the foundation of an artificial intelligence language software that could rival industry leading ChatGPT.