The legal team of jailed Russian businessman Viktor Bout will appeal against his arms trade conviction in the US Supreme Court on Tuesday.
The UN’s high commissioner for refugees, Filippo Grandi, will travel to Moscow on Tuesday to promote closer cooperation with Russia on humanitarian aid.
More than 6,000 military personnel took part in counter-terrorism exercises in Russian Eastern Military District.
A group of unidentified persons ran riots in Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden.
As modern armies increasingly rely on unmanned aerial vehicles, the Ukrainian Army is resorting to some unusual measures as it tries to keep up to date.
The London police arrested five teenagers on suspicion of plotting a terrorist attack.
Pirates in southern Philippines waters killed one crew member and abducted seven more when they attacked the Vietnamese-flagged MV Giang Hai near Baguan Island in the Sulu Sea.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that he appreciated the opportunity to work with passed Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin.
A security breach at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York allowed 11 people to board flights without being checked by Transportation Safety Administration personnel, media reported Tuesday, citing airport and senior law enforcement officials.
Federica Mogherini sent a letter of condolences on the passing of Ambassador Vitaly Churkin to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Mayor of Colombian capital Enrique Penalosa believes National Liberation Army could have been responsible for the Sunday Bogota blast.
On the holiday originally dedicated to America's founding president, thousands of Americans once again rallied against the one they've got now, dubbing the day "Not My Presidents' Day."
The Iraqi government is unlikely to demand the US military to leave the country after liberation of Mosul, Lieut. Gen. Stephen Townsend, commander of Combined Joint Task said, giving no timeline though.
The high-tension spy action surrounding North Korea that started after the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, continues, now spreading to Indonesia. The National Police have announced that they will investigate what they believe to be a North Korean spy network operating from a restaurant in Jakarta.
The Czech army will buy eight Israeli ELM 2084 MMR radars, used in Iron Dome missile defense system, for about $116 million, local media reported.
UN Security Council members grieve the sudden death of the Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin.
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