Banks and money machines are closed Monday in Greece.
Officials from 57 countries gathered in Beijing on Monday to sign an agreement creating the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
The United States and Iranian officials meet in Vienna for a final round of talk on Iran’s nuclear program.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Wednesday that the United States remains firm about ending spying tactics considered “unacceptable” by its allies.
Overnight talks about the Ukraine conflict ended late in Paris with little sign of progress.
The United Nations officially opened a new office in Seoul Tuesday to document human rights abuses in North Korea.
Kurdish-led forces in Syria have captured a town once held by the Islamic State group.
Heavily armed Taliban militants attacked Afghanistan’s parliament building Monday as lawmakers met inside.
European Union foreign ministers officially agreed Monday to extend economic sanctions against Russia for an additional six months.
Representatives of Yemen’s government and the rebel Houthi group held their first direct talks this week in Geneva, Swtizerland.