India says rescue operations conclude after train crash

Officials say the death toll from an Indian train crash has reached 275 people while another 1200 have been injured.

Senior US official visits China amid tense ties

US Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Kritenbrink is in China to discuss bilateral issues in an effort to thaw relations between the superpowers.

Iran's leader defends hard-line approach toward West

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday defended his tough approach to the West, saying compromise would only invite further hostility from Iran’s enemies and blaming recent anti-government protests on "thugs and villains."

World's spy chiefs meet in secret conclave in Singapore

Officials from the world’s major intelligence agencies have met at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore.

RUSSIA UKRAINE CONFLICT Belgorod governor Vyacheslav Gladkov says Ukrainian forces have continued to shell his region.
Russia 'saboteurs' to give captured soldiers to Ukraine

A pro-Ukraine group of partisans called “saboteurs” by a governor in Russia say they have captured several Russian soldiers during a cross-border raid.

Opposition leads anti-government march symbolizing Poland's democratic achievements

WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Poland’s largest opposition party is leading a march Sunday meant to mobilize voters against the right-wing government, which it accuses of eroding democracy and following Hungary and Turkey down the path to autocracy.

Senegal Opposition Clashes Senegal has been rocked by three days of violent protests in which 16 people have died.
Senegal cuts mobile internet access amid deadly rioting

Senegal’s government has suspended mobile phone data as the country reels from days of clashes between police and supporters of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko.