The bodies of 16 migrants washed ashore off the coast of Libya’s western city of Zuwara, according to the Libyan Red Crescent.
Asylum seekers who use people smugglers to illegally come to Australia by boat will be given a lifetime ban from entering the country, under a government plan set to be put to Parliament next week.
Mariano Rajoy won the investiture vote to become Spain’s prime minister due to the 68 abstentions of members of the Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE).
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Saturday accused the U.S. Justice Department of protecting his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in her email probe.
At least 27 civilians, mostly children and women, were killed on Saturday in three Yemeni provinces by airstrikes from a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia, officials and residents said.
Over the past week pressure has been mounting on South Korean President Park Geun-hye, who has been suspected of letting her longtime friend to intervene in state affairs.
The Islamic State (IS) fighters executed 232 people near Mosul in Iraq on Thursday, Doha-based Al Jazeera quoted a UN spokeswoman as saying on Friday.
The UN Security Council on Friday “condemned in the strongest terms” another mortar shelling earlier in the day on the Russian embassy in the Syrian capital of Damascus, which caused significant material damage.
The European Union (EU)-Canada summit will take place on Sunday, European Council President Donald Tusk tweeted late Friday.
Iran and Russia are broadly cooperating on regional issues and fighting terrorism and extremism, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Friday.