France

Strasbourg attack suspect killed in police gun battle

Cherif Chekatt, on the run for 48 hours after deadly Christmas market attack, shot dead in brief gun battle with police.

France: Strasbourg attack suspect killed in shootout with police

US & Canada

Federal prosecutors probing Trump inauguration spending: report

Wall Street Journal reports prosecutors ar looking into whether some donors gave money in exchange for favours.

Federal prosecutors probing Trump inauguration spending: report

Cambodia

Trick or real? CNRP split over Cambodia move to ease politics ban

Self-exiled co-founder calls government decision a political maneuver but others see it as sign of genuine improvement.

Trick or real? CNRP split over Cambodia move to ease politics ban

European Union

EU prolongs Russia sanctions over Ukraine: Tusk

Moscow to cope with six more months of European sanctions for 'zero progress' in implementation of Ukraine peace accord.

EU prolongs Russia sanctions over Ukraine: Tusk

United States

Russian spy Maria Butina pleads guilty in US court

Butina becomes the first Russian to be convicted of working to shape US policy during the 2016 election campaign.

Russian spy Maria Butina pleads guilty in US court

Yemen

Yemen's warring parties agree to ceasefire in Hodeidah

UN secretary-general said the sides achieved 'real progress' after a ceasefire was brokered at the Sweden peace talks.

Yemen's warring parties agree to ceasefire in Hodeidah

Jamal Khashoggi

Pompeo: Khashoggi investigation is ongoing

Secretary of State says the US with hold those found responsible for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi accountable.

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Palestine

Fourth Palestinian killed as Israel locks down Ramallah

Israeli army locks down Ramallah and kills fourth Palestinian 'suspect' after drive-by shooting of two Israeli soldiers.

Sexual assault

UNAIDS chief offers resignation after scandal

Report finds UN body's head fostering work environment that tolerates bullying, sexual harassment and culture of fear.

'Defective leadership': UNAIDS chief to quit early over scandal

Middle East

Lebanon's Hariri 'pretty sure' of new government by year end

Seven months after a general election, leaders are still at odds on how to form a cabinet with rival groups.

Lebanon's Hariri 'pretty sure' of new government by year end

Europe

CEU student arrested during 'slave law' protest in Hungary

A student and activist from the embattled Central European University is being investigated for assault.

CEU student arrested during 'slave law' protest in Hungary

United Kingdom

Brexit: All the latest updates

Beleaguered prime minister garnered 200 votes in favour with 117 against in vote on whether she will continue to lead.

Brexit: All the latest updates