Israeli media are reporting that negotiators are making progress on a deal for a temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas and the release of hostages.
Donald Trump's advisers say they plan to ignore their lone remaining Republican competitor in an effort to render her campaign an afterthought.
Hamas has given little away after talks in Egypt on a possible Gaza ceasefire, ahead of Israel joining talks in Paris
A Ukrainian official says Russian forces are probing the country's defences for weak points in Ukraine's northeast.
Notable Russians are appealing to the country's authorities to return Alexei Navalny's body to his family, after the death of the Kremlin critic in prison.
Israel's leader Benjamin Netanyahu has put forward a plan for Gaza when the war is over, that offers little concession to Palestinian aims.
Hamas says it is waiting to see what truce proposals mediators bring back from upcoming talks with Israeli officials.
An ally of the late opposition leader Alexei Navalny says that Russian authorities have given his mother a deadline to agree to forgo a public funeral.
Valencia's mayor says 105 people have been rehoused following a huge fire that ripped through an apartment block and killed at least nine people.
After two years of defiance since Russia's full-scale invasion, Ukraine is desperately appealing for more aid to sustain the fight.
The body of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed over to his mother, a spokeswoman says.
The leaders of Italy and Canada have visited Kyiv as Ukraine marks the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion.
Lawyers representing the US have defended their prosecution of Julian Assange and say his actions in revealing intelligence sources were "unprecedented".
Julian Assange faces a wait to see whether his final bid to bring an appeal over his extradition to the United States can go ahead at the High Court in London.
Gaza health authorities say 97 people have been killed and 130 wounded in the last 24 hours of Israeli assaults, with the border city of Rafah targeted.
A Ukrainian official says anti-corruption authorities are probing more than 60 cases related to the country's military.
Officials in Venezuela say at least 14 people are confirmed dead from the collapse of an illegally operated open-pit gold mine.
Houthi rebels in Yemen say ships linked to Israel, the United States and the United Kingdom are banned from surrounding seas.
Julian Assange's lawyers have begun their final UK legal challenge to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spying charges.
Alexei Navalny's mother has filed a lawsuit contesting Russian officials' refusal to release her son's body, the state news agency says.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal team is trying to stop his extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States in a two-day hearing.
President Vladimir Putin says Russian forces should develop their success on the battlefield in Ukraine following the fall of Avdiivka.
Law enforcement agencies from several countries say they have infiltrated and disrupted a ransomware syndicate behind cyber attacks around the world.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the country will not pay any price for the return of hostages being held by militants.
Grant Robertson, New Zealand's finance minister from 2017 to 2023 and a giant of the Labour party, is leaving politics.
A prominent rights group says more than 400 people have been detained in Russia while paying tribute to opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, says she will continue the work of her husband and fight for a free Russia.
Until now, Washington has been averse to the word ceasefire in any United Nations action on the Israel-Hamas war.
An eruption of tribal violence in PNG that resulted in dozens being killed has prompted Prime Minister James Marape to bestow additional powers on the army.
Moscow says Ukraine's withdrawal from Avdiivka was rushed and chaotic with some soldiers and weapons left behind.
The death-in-custody of Russian President Vladimir Putin's political rival Alexei Navalny steeled the EU to hold him to account by introducing new sanctions.