Floods kill three, leave millions without water
Torrential downpours cause floods, mudslides and power cuts around the central Chilean Andes.
Jewish community centres hit by wave of bomb threats
Anti-Defamation League says at least 20 threats were reported across eastern states on Monday.
Syria opposition calls for Russian backing in Geneva
Main opposition group hopes support from Moscow in negotiations will put pressure on Damascus.
'White Helmets' bags Oscar on politically charged night
Film on Syrian rescue group wins best short documentary in ceremony marked by reaction to Trump immigration policies.
Trump 'seeks $54bn increase' in military budget
Proposal, which could entail big cuts in foreign aid and spending on domestic agencies, to fulfil key campaign promise.
Abdul Sattar Edhi: Why Google honours him today
Abdul Sattar Edhi, who founded the world's largest volunteer ambulance network, would have been 89 years old on Tuesday.
Blast near Mogadishu hours after al-Shabab vows attack
Explosion hits close to army checkpoint after al-Shabab threatens attacks against new president, Mohamed Abdullahi.
Jean-Marie Le Pen fined for inciting hate against Roma
Jean-Marie Le Pen, the 88-year-old founder of the far-right party, called members of persecuted minority 'smelly'.
Rebels return bodies of soldiers to Azerbaijan
Government and rebels trade accusations after deadly clashes amid fresh tension over control of Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Forces push into western part of ISIL-held Mosul
Troops take Gawsaq and reach strategic Fourth Bridge as ISIL fights back with anti-tank missiles and suicide car bombs.
Austria's Kurz: Set up refugee camps in N Africa
Sebastian Kurz says his country is overspending on refugees and migrants, but his German counterpart dismisses proposal.
Abu Sayyaf video 'shows beheading of German hostage'
Philippine army working to confirm reports that Abu Sayyaf fighters beheaded a German man they had seized in November.
What's behind South Korea's probe extension refusal?
Acting president refuses to extend investigation into corruption scandal that led to impeachment of Park Geun-hye.
Russia-backed rebels issue ultimatum to Ukraine
Ukraine-run businesses to be seized in Donetsk and Luhansk if blockade does not end, say Russia-backed rebel leaders.
Moonlight wins best picture Oscar after onstage gaffe
Moonlight bags the best picture after an astonishing flub in which La La Land was initially named the winner.
Abbas: Defend two-state solution for a Palestine state
UNHRC member states told Israel moving towards 'apartheid solution' and cautioned against moving embassies to Jerusalem.