South Korea's President Moon says Kim Jong-un reaffirmed his commitment to 'complete' denuclearisation during talks.
Colombians choose a new president on Sunday amid concerns about corruption, peace and the Venezuela crisis.
Petro promises to defy Columbia's historical and political aversion to left-wing politics.
The current outbreak was declared nearly three weeks ago, but the alarm was raised last week when the first case was confirmed in Mbandaka, a busy transport hub by the River Congo.
Children fathered by refugees on Manus Island could be marginalised by patrilineal clan structures, says Father Taulam.
Today is the 357th day of the blockade imposed against Qatar by Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt.
Albania opposition stages rally with thousands accusing the government of having links to organised crime.
A recent measure proposed by US Senator Bernie Sanders to end the war in Yemen masks US raids in the country.
Many Congolese in Rio de Janeiro say they desire to go back to their homeland - if only it was possible.
At least eight killed over last 24 hours, as death toll since protests began last month climbs to 83, activists say.
Match-fixing and corruption have permeated every form of cricket internationally.
White House thanks President Maduro's 'regime' for releasing Joshua Holt but says policy on Venezuela will not change.
We travel to Brisbane to meet scientists and volunteers trying to prevent Australia's iconic koala from extinction.
Russia's gas giant got away without paying a massive fine to the EU. Did Brussels make the wrong decision?
Clashes between police and separatists escalated in Kashmir Valley after Friday prayers.
Hundreds gather in Njoro to mark ruling that recognised the Ogiek peoples' rights to land, religion and culture.
The Spanish giants defeat Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev on Saturday to lift the most prestigious trophy in European football.
US politicians want to know whether there's an American connection to disappearance of hundreds of Yemeni prisoners.
President Mamnoon Hussain approves the date, as the government prepares to hand power over to caretaker administration.
Narendra Modi's combative tone has won him legions of admirers but a unifying opposition is confident the prime minister is on his way out.
Japan's billionaire Masayoshi Son has sold the idea of singularity to Saudi Arabia. But is this investment a good idea?
Colombians are likely to choose between the two candidates on the opposite extremes of the political spectrum.
Nearly two-thirds of Irish vote to repeal the eighth constitutional amendment in a referendum.
Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in meet as Donald Trump expresses willingness to reinstate talks with Pyongyang.
Attorney general says decision for Andargachew Tsige's pardon was part of moves intended to 'widen political space'.