Former SS Guard of Nazi Camp, 92, to Go on Trial in Germany
A Hamburg court says a 92-year-old former SS private will go on trial on 5,230 counts of accessory to murder on allegations that, in his role as a guard, he helped the Stutthof concentration camp function.
Key Events in Kashmir Since British Rule Ended in 1947
Some key events in Kashmir:
The Latest: Pakistan Suspends Key Railway With India
The Latest on India’s security clampdown in Kashmir (all times local):
Pakistan Again Arrests Daughter of Convicted Ex-PM Sharif
A spokeswoman for Pakistan’s main opposition party says authorities detained the daughter of the country’s convicted former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif while she was visiting her father in prison.
The Latest: UN: Deforestation Makes World Hotter, Hungrier
The Latest on a new United Nations report on climate change (all times local):
France Takes in More Yazidi Women and Children From Iraq
France is taking in a new group of Yazidi women and children and helping them settle in the country.
Damascus Decries US-Turkish Deal on ‘Safe Zone’ in Syria
Damascus says a U.S.-Turkish agreement on setting up a so-called 'safe zone' in northeastern Syria is a 'blatant violation' of its sovereignty.
Lebanese Daily Publishes Blank Edition to Protest Crisis
Lebanon’s only English-language daily is protesting the country’s deteriorating economic and political conditions by publishing a blank edition.
No Phone Calls, No Groceries: Kashmir on Edge Under Lockdown
Tens of thousands of government forces in riot gear patrol Indian-controlled Kashmir. Streets lined with shuttered shops are deserted, steel barricades and razor wire cutting off neighborhoods. An eerie silence is broken by an occasional security vehicle whizzing past or the cawing of crows.
Wounded West Virginia Trooper Stable After Gunfight
Authorities say a West Virginia state trooper is in stable condition after being shot in a gunfight where he killed a suspect.