A pro-Serb politician who said the Srebrenica genocide of 1995 was not "unequivocally established" as fact has been dismissed as Montenegro's justice minister.
Officials have confirmed Taliban militants have captured two more districts in the north of Afghanistan, continuing to gain ground as NATO forces withdraw.
Airstrikes on the Gaza Strip come after activists mobilised by Gaza's militant Hamas rulers launched incendiary balloons into Israel for a third straight day.
Plans allowing Ukraine membership of NATO would be a "red line" for Vladimir Putin's Russian government, a spokesman says.
Local officials have reported more than 20 Afghan commandos have been killed by the Taliban in the country's northern province of Faryab.
Myanmar's military junta has burned down a village, killing at least two people, witnesses say.
The Colombian government has blamed leftist rebels for an explosion at a military base that left dozens injured.
Luis Jaime Acosta
Ethiopia's government expects Eritrean troops in Tigray to "definitely leave soon", the country's UN ambassador says, following talks at the Security Council.
Israel's military says its aircraft has attacked targets in the Gaza Strip - the first such attack since a ceasefire was struck last month.
Taiwan's Defence Ministry says 28 Chinese air force planes have entered the island's air defence identification zone.
Thousands of Israeli nationalists have taken part in a flag march through Jerusalem.
Stephen Farrell and Rami Ayyub
Gunmen have targeted polio workers in three locations that left at least five people dead and four wounded.
Kathy Gannon and Tameem Akhgar
A US aircraft carrier group has entered the South China Sea on a routine mission, which comes after Beijing blasted the G7 for scolding it on a range of issues.
Shells have hit a hospital in a north Syrian town controlled by Turkey-backed fighters, killing at least 13 people, including two medical staff.
Palestinian officials say a 15-year-old boy has been shot dead during fresh clashes with the Israeli military in the West Bank.
Yemeni officials say an explosion in the southern province of Abyan has killed at least six separatist troops and wounded 15 people, including civilians.
As our soldiers and diplomats exit Afghanistan, chaos is present and the future uncertain. Australia supported the initiation of this war — and if Afghanistan fails we will pay a price.
Israel's intelligence agency boss has given a clear warning to scientists in Iran's nuclear program that they could become targets for assassination.
Most of the 5.5 million people in Ethiopia's Tigray region need food aid and more than 350,000 people are suffering famine conditions, UN agencies say.
Giulia Paravicini and Michelle Nichols
Palestinian officials say Israeli troops shot and killed three Palestinians, including two security officers, in a shootout in the occupied West Bank.
Just one in five West Australians believe Australia should get involved in a war over Taiwan, according to a new poll. It comes as Mark McGowan cautioned Scott Morrison against targeting China.
Peter Law & Josh Zimmerman
Islamic State says its operatives were behind an attack at an Afghan de-mining camp that left 10 people dead and dozens of others wounded.
A UN rights envoy warns Myanmar's Kayah State could suffer mass deaths from starvation and disease "on a scale we have not yet seen" since the February coup.
Gunmen have killed 10 people and wounded 16 others in an attack on a Halo Trust mine-clearing camp in northern Afghanistan.
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