The Islamic State group has said that it responsible for a series of suicide bombings in the Iraqi capital that killed at least 21 people.
The International Olympic Committee has announced five finalists under consideration to hold the 2024 Summer Olympic Games.
For the most part, it seems, the new rules stopped the cheating that has taken place for years during exams in Cambodia.
The United States is warning North Korea against “irresponsible provocations” after North Korea said it had restarted normal operations at its Yongbyon nuclear center.
Taliban fighters have raided a prison in eastern Afghanistan.
Egyptian security forces have killed 12 people, including Mexicans, in Egypt’s western desert.
Malaysian officials say they have arrested three people in connection with the deadly bombing last month in Bangkok, Thailand.
The governor of Japan’s southern island of Okinawa says he will cancel permits for building a new United States air base on Okinawa.
Queen Elizabeth II is set to reach an important milestone this week – becoming Britain’s longest-ruling head of state.
Europe’s migrant crisis has brought the situation of hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict or seeking a better life to the world’s attention.