A Polish nationalist group has asked prosecutors to investigate whether the Israeli president broke a new Holocaust speech law during a visit to Poland last week.
Armenia’s former president has been elected prime minister amid large-scale protests.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven have held talks that focused on trade, growth, global security and climate.
South Korean movie star Choi Eun-hee, who was kidnapped by North Korean agents in the 1970s and forced to make propaganda flicks before a daring escape, died Monday, her family said. She was 92.
Romanian prosecutors have formally indicted former President Ion Iliescu for crimes against humanity over his role in deaths that occurred during Romania’s anti-communist revolution.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has kind words for New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, with a little bit of prompting.
Ecuadorean authorities say a dissident rebel group has kidnapped two people in the same border area where three press workers the group held were killed last week.
Greece’s prime minister says relations between his country and Turkey are experiencing a “period of instability,” and is stressing that Greece will not negotiate about any part of its territory amid increased tension with its eastern neighbor.
Canada is ordering family members of diplomats stationed in Cuba back home after they started experiencing mysterious health symptoms – just months after the U.S. State Department yanked two dozen Americans in a similar case.
A New York-based animal rights group condemned a Russian soccer club Monday after one team used a bear to pump up the crowd before a match.