KATHMANDU, Nepal - Thousands of people fled villages and towns along a mountain river in northwest Nepal on Sunday after it was blocked by a landslide that could burst and cause flash floods, officials said.
The NATO summit in Warsaw scheduled for 2016 will take place on July 8-9, the U.S.-led alliance said on May 22.
SEOUL - Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in South Korea on May 17 armed with messages directed north of the 38th parallel at North Korea, which has sowed concerns with its recent actions at sea and in cyberspace.
BEIRUT - At least 32 Islamic State members, including four of its leaders, were killed in air strikes and a U.S. special forces raid that targeted the group in eastern Syria, a group monitoring the Syrian war said on May 17.
The bodies of six United States' Marines and two Nepalese soldiers who were aboard a Marine helicopter that crashed during a relief mission in earthquake-hitNepal have been identified, officials said Sunday.
BERLIN - German politicians kept up the pressure on Greece over the weekend to implement reforms, with Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel warning Athens in an interview that a third aid package would not be on the cards unless the Greeks made some changes.
BEIJING - China's relations with the United States remain stable, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Sunday, as he sought to defuse tension over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea that has pitted Washington against Beijing.
A U.S. Marines helicopter that crashed into a mountainside in Nepal was completely destroyed and there were no survivors among the eight on board, Nepal's top defense official said on May 15.
LAS VEGAS - B.B. King, whose scorching guitar licks and heartfelt vocals made him the idol of generations of musicians and fans while earning him the nickname King of the Blues, died late Thursday at home in Las Vegas. He as 89.
Most headlines from the NATO conference in Turkey have centred on urgent calls for troops from Baltic countries in the face of Russian aggression.
ANTALYA, Turkey - NATO and the European Union on May 14 vowed to tighten cooperation against the "hybrid warfare" that the West accuses Russia of using in the battle for influence in the former Soviet Union.
Strong tremors are rocking Nepal again, and employees of the Russian Embassy to Kathmandu have left the Embassy building, Embassy press attache Azret Botashev said.
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko has appointed Yevhen Perebyinis, Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,Ambassador to Latvia.
Poland takes fears of Russian aggression to the ballot box on Sunday, as incumbent President Bronislaw Komorowski looks to extend his term for another five years.
KATHMANDU - The search for missing trekkers, guides and residents feared buried in Nepal village by a massive landslide and avalanche triggered by last month's magnitude 7.8 earthquake has been suspended due to bad weather, officials said on Sunday.
WARSAW - The young boy emerged from the rubble of Warsaw, clinging to the skirt of a woman he knew only as Mrs. Wala.
The European Union has drawn up plans for military attacks in Libya to try to curb the influx of migrants across the Mediterranean by targeting the trafficking networks.
The end of World War II in Europe 70 years ago this week was a joyous occasion for virtually all Americans - save for the journalist who broke the surrender story, a scoop that turned him into a pariah and dashed his career.
Europe's chequered attempt to build a common foreign and security policy has a new face, Italy's Federica Mogherini, but the European Union is stuck with the same old problems despite her bright start.