Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar pushed Theresa May for specifics on the issue of the non-physical border between Ireland and Northern Ireland following the Brexit.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina accused Myanmar authorities of laying landmines on the border to prevent the Rohingya from returning.
A UN report says cultivation of coca, a key ingredient in cocaine, has increased from 96,000 hectares in 2015 to 146,000 hectares in 2016, showing a rise of over 50 percent.
Thousands of Brazilian indigenous tribe members clashed with riot police while demonstrating in the capital, Brasilia, over land rights.
The Saudi-led Arab coalition continues to target Iran-backed Houthi rebels at the country's Red Sea coastline.
Suicide bomb blasts in northeastern Nigeria have rocked a camp for displaced persons, killing at least four and injuring 18 others.
Wednesday's delayed vote is part of the rebuilding effort in Somalia, which was shattered by more than two decades of conflict and where clan loyalties still tend to trump policy in politics.
200 unsupervised children have been forced to sleep rough as the UK and France bicker over who should take them in.
The refugees were rescued from 39 overcrowded boats including rubber dinghies some 20 nautical miles off the coast of Libya.
Syrian regime air strikes and a rocket attack kills five rescue workers and injures two others west of Aleppo, says Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and volunteers.
Syrian regime and opposition agrees to allow 250 people to leave blockaded towns, Hezbollah-controlled Al Manar TV station reports
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