Colombia FARC rebels complete disarmament: UN
Colombia’s leftist FARC rebel force formally completed its disarmament process on Monday to end half a century of war against the state, the United Nations said.
Once fierce rivals, the leaders of Spain’s two main left-wing parties agreed on Tuesday to attempt to form an alternative to conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s minority government.
Rival Cypriot leaders meet on Wednesday to resume efforts to solve one of the world's longest-running political crises in what the island's UN envoy billed as the "best chance" for peace.
Three former executives at Fukushima’s operator stand trial this week on the only criminal charges laid in the 2011 disaster, as thousands remain unable to return to homes near the shuttered nuclear plant.
Korea has become a member of the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules System, strengthening the growth potential of the e-commerce sector, and protection of sensitive consumer data used in online transactions.
The US Supreme Court on Monday partially reinstated Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban targeting citizens from six predominantly Muslim countries, prompting the president to claim a victory for national security.
Police in Mexico found the burned remains of a journalist who was kidnapped in May, the sixth reporter killed this year in the country, a state prosecutor said on Monday.
Brazil's top prosecutor charged President Michel Temer with bribery on Monday, but the embattled conservative leader vowed to fight on.
US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embraced each other as friends and partners on Monday, pledging their quest for economic growth would strengthen rather than undermine ties between the world's two largest democracies.
Cambodia’s major political parties, including the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) and the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) have acknowledged the results of recent communal elections.