Israel: Visit by Chad’s Leader Is ‘Diplomatic Breakthrough’
Israel’s prime minister says the leader of the African nation of Chad is arriving for a historic visit.
Syrian Officials: More Than 100 Wounded in Chemical Attack
A Syrian official and the state news agency say more than 100 people have been treated at hospitals after a suspected poison gas attack by rebels in the northern city of Aleppo, updating an earlier toll.
Ukrainian Navy: Tugboat Rammed by Russian Ship
The Ukrainian navy says a Russian coast guard vessel rammed a Ukrainian navy tugboat, resulting in damage to the ship’s engines and hull.
Ugandan Divers Pull Bodies From Lake Victoria Boat Accident
Ugandan diving teams are retrieving bodies from Lake Victoria where police say at least 30 people died in a boat accident near the capital, Kampala.
Sri Lankan President: PM-Related Investigations to Continue
Sri Lanka’s president on Sunday assured non-interference in ongoing investigations into abductions, killings of journalists and other crimes allegedly committed by those connected to the new prime minister and his Cabinet.
Aaron Rai Wins First European Tour Title in Hong Kong
Aaron Rai won the Hong Kong Open on Sunday in difficult conditions that featured torrential rain for most of the afternoon to give him his first European tour win.
Swiss Vote on Whether to Help Protect Cow, Goat Horns
Swiss voters are casting ballots in a referendum on a cattle farmer’s proposal to have the government subsidize herders of goats and cows if they let their animals keep their horns.
In South Sudan, a New Approach in Ending Child Soldiers’ Use
After coming face to face with 'unpredictable' gun-waving children almost 25 years ago, the former commander of the failed U.N. peacekeeping mission during the Rwandan genocide dedicated his life to eliminating the use of children as weapons of war.
The Latest: EU Approves Brexit Divorce Deal With Britain
The Latest on Britain’s exit from the European Union (all times local):
US-Owned Broadcaster Says It Faces Intimidation From Poland
A U.S.-owned broadcaster said it was the target of attempted intimidation by Polish authorities, describing how security agents appeared at the home of a cameraman who went undercover to film neo-Nazis and told him he must appear for questioning on suspicion of propagating fascism.