The Israeli army said it had shot down a drone overnight Thursday into Friday that came from Lebanon, a border on heightened military alert due to recent skirmishes.
Serbia tried to patch up relations with Azerbaijan on Friday after it upset its ally by selling arms to Baku's rival Armenia.
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Thousands of prominent Afghans will gather in Kabul Friday to decide whether to release about 400 Taliban prisoners, including many involved in brutal attacks that killed.
State Department officials voiced concern over risks to civilians before Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rammed through $8.1 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia and other Arab allies, a former aide was quoted Monday as telling lawmakers.
South Korea's first-ever military communications satellite has been successfully launched by private operator SpaceX.
The Congolese government has announced the withdrawal of Zambian troops who occupied two villages in southeast Democratic Republic of Congo.
Almost 150 people were extrajudicially killed by Malian and Burkinabe security forces in Mali between April and June.
Seven people were killed and 17 wounded in ethnic clashes over land rights in Kasai, a vast region in central Democratic Republic of Congo, local officials said on Thursday.
Iran's foreign minister said Thursday that the US and its ally Israel constitute a nuclear threat to the Middle East, on the 75th anniversary of the atomic attack on Hiroshima.
Ten insurgents were killed in clashes between Afghan forces and the Taliban in eastern Afghanistan, officials said Thursday, the first time authorities have confirmed direct fighting since a recent ceasefire expired.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he will visit Poland and three other European nations next week as Washington looks to reposition troops out of Germany.
Armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo killed over 1,300 people in the first half of 2020.