More than 2,000 people have been unable to travel from the main international train station in Budapest, Hungary.
The leader of the Roman Catholic Church has called on priests to forgive what the church considers a serious sin, abortion.
North Korea’s National Defense Commission has denied apologizing for a landmine explosion that injured two South Koreans.
A former Congolese rebel leader has pleaded not guilty to charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in the Hague.
Reuters news agency reports that Lebanese protesters occupied the environment ministry in the capital Beirut on Tuesday.
Europe is trying to deal with what is being called its biggest wave of migrants since World War Two.
Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha says a suspect matching the description of the bomber of a shrine in Bangkok has been arrested.
Thai officials are seeking two additional people in connection with their investigation of a deadly bombing in Bangkok.
The Interior Ministers of Britain, France and Germany have called for urgent action to deal with thousands of migrants arriving in Europe.
And the youngest winner of a Nobel Prize visited VOA in Washington on Sunday.