Indian PM Modi Under Fire for Comments on Pakistan Airstrike
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been skewered by the opposition for going ahead with an airstrike in Pakistan on the mistaken belief that cloudy skies would help India’s air force avoid radar detection over experts’ advice to delay the operation until the weather cleared.
Sudanese Protesters Renew Talks With Army After Over a Week
Sudanese protesters who drove President Omar al-Bashir from power last month are resuming negotiations with the ruling military council in renewed efforts to find common ground on forming a transitional government.
The Latest: Swedish Lawyer Says That Assange Is Innocent
The Latest on Swedish prosecutors’ decision whether to reopen a rape case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (all times local):
Terry Gou Moves Closer to Run for Taiwan President
Consumer electronics magnate Terry Gou is stepping closer to running for president of Taiwan.
Thai Exile’s Parents Seek Information on His Disappearance
The parents of a self-exiled Thai activist who disappeared after reportedly being extradited from Vietnam have visited government offices and diplomatic missions to seek information about his fate.
UK Brexit Talks Stagger On but Parties Remain Far Apart
Brexit talks between Britain’s Conservative government and the main opposition Labour Party resumed Monday with little sign of progress, as the two parties remained far apart on terms of the U.K.’s departure from the European Union.
Iran: Suspect Sentenced to 10 Years for Spying for Britain
Iran’ judiciary says an Iranian national has been sentenced to 10 years on charges of spying for Britain.
Cracks Appear in German Government Over Planned Climate Law
Divisions between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her coalition partners appear to be widening over plans for an ambitious law to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Autopsy Results Expected Soon in German Crossbow Deaths
Police investigating the death of three people whose bodies were found with crossbow bolts inside them at a hotel in Bavaria say they have found a third, unused crossbow inside a bag.
2 Injured as Stormy Winds, Rain Pound Balkans
Stormy winds have uprooted trees, knocked over traffic lights and disrupted traffic in Croatia, injuring two people and prompting authorities to advise people to stay indoors.