Japan, South Korea and the US condemn North Korea's submarine-launched ballistic missile test, while China conducts a combat drill in the South China Sea.
The report of the British inquiry into the Iraq War presented by John Chilcot has drawn reactions from abroad, which are interesting both for what they say about the report and what they don't.
The US State Department says it will conduct an internal probe of whether Hillary Clinton & her aides mishandled classified information, after the Justice Department declined to bring criminal charges.
The historic ceasefire deal between the Colombian government and the FARC will include the demobilisation and reintegration of rebel fighters.
Japan says tests proof of intensifying threats; South Korea's Foreign Ministry warns North Korea may face even stronger sanctions.
Supporters continue to gather in support of top cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim after the kingdom stripped him of his nationality.
The revival of the stalled Afghan peace process is still far away from reality as the warring parties – Afghan government and the factions at war in Afghanistan including Taliban – are showing little interest in reaching an agreement.
Afghanistan and Hezb-e-Islami sign a preliminary agreement, seeking to revive the stalled talks with Taliban
US Secretary of State John Kerry holds talks in Saudi Arabia to secure support ahead of the potential showdown with Russia on Syrian conflict.
Iran says a number of its soldiers were killed while deployed in the Syrian city of Aleppo where they support forces loyal to regime leader Bashar al Assad.
Ceasefire in Syria's Aleppo and Latakia provinces extended for three days, after air strikes killed dozens in a refugee camp in northern Syria
Bashar al Assad regime continues hitting civilian areas of Aleppo with nearly 30 air strikes on Saturday
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