North Korea on Tuesday described President Donald Trump as a leader who frequently tweets "weird articles of his ego-driven thoughts" and "spouts rubbish" to give his assistants a hard time.
Two Filipino security officials say China has deployed its navy and coast guard ships in a cluster of uninhabited sandbars in the disputed South China Sea amid concerns that the Philippines may build structures on them in an emerging territorial issue that the government stated was quickly resolved.
UNICEF is reporting a four-fold increase in use of children as "human bombs" by the radical Boko Haram group in northeastern Nigeria already this year compared to all of 2016.
Cambodia's prime minister has rescinded his decision to expel an American-led Christian organization that seeks to rescue and rehabilitate women working in the sex trade, accepting its apology and explanation that it did not intend to demean Cambodians.
Poland's Defense Ministry says it is starting a new program to boost the nation's defenses by offering military training to university student volunteers.
A military commander says Iraqi troops have reached the first urban areas of the Islamic State-held northern town of Tal Afar.
Japan's new foreign minister says he sees no major shifts or divisions with the policies of U.S. President Donald Trump's administration.
Germany's justice minister is calling for European Union countries to reconsider how they deal with Turkish warrants following the arrest in Spain of a Turkish-born German writer.
China, Washington's main rival for influence in the Asia-Pacific, has seized on the collision of a U.S. destroyer to accuse the Navy of endangering maritime navigation in the region.
The Latest on the quake that hit the Italian resort island of Ischia (all times local): 11:10 a.m.
Indonesian police have named a radical Islamic cleric as the key suspect in a suicide bombing and gun attack that killed eight people in Jakarta last year.
Syrian state media and opposition activists are reporting that airstrikes on the northern city of Raqqa have killed dozens of civilians.
Angolans vote Wednesday in an election that will see President Jose Eduardo dos Santos quit after nearly four decades in power.
Ford is offering car buyers in Britain a 2,000-pound ($2,570) incentive to trade in older vehicles for newer, less polluting models.
Police say two cars used by a German lawmaker have been targeted in an arson attack in the western town of Herne.
The Latest on news relating to the Spanish attacks (all times local): 10 a.m.
A spokesman for the Taliban on Monday criticized President Trump’s nationally televised address on his desire to achieve lasting peace in Afghanistan and the region.
Four men arrested last week for their alleged involvement in the planning or execution of attacks in and near Barcelona that killed 15 people are testifying in Spain's National Court before a judge.
Firefighters in Italy have freed a 7-month-old baby from the rubble of a house where he had been trapped with his family following a 4.0-magnitude quake on the Italian resort island of Ischia.
A new United Nations report urges Iraq's government to do more to help thousands of women and girls who faced rape, sexual abuse and other violations by the Islamic State group.