A US surveillance plane was forced to take evasive action after two Chinese fighters intercepted it over the East China Sea, the Pentagon said Monday.
The US military is preparing to conduct another test of a missile-intercept system in Alaska, the Pentagon said Monday, amid continued tensions with North Korea over its ballistic missile program.
Microsoft on Monday announced the end of days for its pioneering Paint application as it focuses on software for 3-D drawing.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed Monday to press on with his controversial drug war that has claimed thousands of lives, as he outlined his vision of an “eye-for-an-eye” justice system.
Poland’s president on Monday vetoed controversial judicial reforms that had prompted huge street protests and threats of unprecedented EU sanctions.
An explosion killed at least 20 people and injured dozens in a busy vegetable market in the Pakistani city of Lahore Monday, officials said, but the cause of the blast was not immediately clear.
Protesters in a town in southwest France have built a nearly-two-metre-high wall around the entrance to a disused hotel to try to prevent it being turned into a migrant shelter.
Germany said the Turkey had informed it on Monday that it had dropped accusations of “terrorism” funding against major German companies amid a raging dispute between the NATO partners.
The Kremlin on Monday warned that new US sanctions on Russia would hit the interests of both sides as Congress gears up to approved fresh punitive measures.
At least 35 people were killed when the Taliban attacked a hospital in central Ghor province over the weekend, a presidential spokesman said Monday.
US authorities on Monday charged the driver of the overheated truck found in Texas packed with migrants with one count of transporting “illegal” immigrants, prosecutors said, as the death toll rose to 10.