Six Turkish soldiers have been killed and nine wounded in shelling by Syrian government forces in Syria's north-western Idlib province, Turkey said. It said up to 35 Syrian troops had been killed in retaliatory fire.
Police have been searching the London hostel where the Streatham attacker is believed to have been living. Sudesh Amman, 20, was shot dead by police on Streatham High Road after stabbing people in what police called an Islamist-related
Peals of laughter bounce off the bright yellow walls of an inflatable castle, and the click-clack of children playing air hockey pierces the air. Thirteen-year old Raghad pushes the plastic puck with all the strength she can muster from her delicate
The Chinese government has accused the US of causing "panic" in its response to the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
Armed men have attacked an indigenous community in Nicaragua, killing at least six people and kidnapping another 10, rights groups say. Police confirmed two deaths and said they were investigating.
Authorities in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) have declared a state of emergency as massive bushfires rage south of Canberra. It is the worst fire threat to the territory in nearly two decades, officials said.
There have been 200 air strikes on opposition-held territory in northern Syria in the last three days, mainly targeting civilians, the US has said. Special envoy James Jeffrey told reporters the attacks
A court in Belgium has acquitted three doctors accused of unlawfully poisoning a woman whose life they helped to end. Tine Nys, 38, died surrounded by her family on 27 April 2010.
Three Moscow sisters accused of murdering their father are likely to have the charges reduced to "necessary self-defence", their lawyers say. The decision by Russia's chief prosecutor could lead
US Democrats have been dealt a major blow in their efforts to call witnesses at President Trump's impeachment trial. They needed four Republicans to vote with them to allow witness testimony, but one of the few wavering senators said he
The UK will leave the EU at 23:00 GMT, ending 47 years of membership.
In a video message to be released an hour earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call Brexit - which follows more than three years of political wrangling - a "new dawn".
Two people from the same family have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, the chief medical officer for England has announced.
It is understood the patients were staying in a hotel in Yorkshire, before being taken overnight to a specialist centre in Newcastle.
The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed that of the Sars epidemic, which spread to more than two dozen countries in 2003.
The White House is pushing back against the publication of a book by former national security adviser John Bolton, citing security concerns. The National Security Council said the book had "top secret" details
Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, has made her first comments since the helicopter crash that killed the basketball star, one of their daughters and seven others last Sunday. In a post on Instagram with a family photo, she said she was
Greece is planning to install a floating barrier in the Aegean Sea to help stop migrant boats reaching its islands from Turkey, officials say. The barrier, possibly made of netting and equipped with flashing lights,
Six thousand people on board a cruise ship in Italy have been barred from disembarking, after a Chinese passenger developed symptoms of coronavirus.
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