Former first ladies have attended a funeral service for Rosalynn Carter, the wife of US President Jimmy Carter.
A temporary truce between Israel and Gaza's Hamas militants has expired, with neither side announcing a deal to extend it.
Henry Kissinger, a controversial Nobel Peace Prize winner and diplomatic powerhouse whose service under two presidents left an indelible mark on US foreign policy, has died at the age of 100.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Tel Aviv where he's expected to meet with Israeli leaders to discuss extending the temporary truce with Hamas and boosting humanitarian to the Gaza Strip.
Billionaire Elon Musk has advertisers that have fled his social media platform X over anti-Semitic content to "Go f*** yourself" in a fiery interview.
Japan reportedly plans to ask the US military to ground its Osprey aircraft after one crashed into the sea in western Japan, killing at least one person onboard.
Charges against a police officer accused of tasering a 95-year-old woman who later died will be upgraded to manslaughter.
Delegates from nearly 200 countries will be at this week's COP28 climate summit in Dubai, where host and OPEC member the UAE hopes to sell the vision of a low-carbon future that includes fossil fuels.
Rescuers have pulled out all 41 workers trapped for 17 days inside a collapsed tunnel in the Himalayas after drilling to reach them, triggering jubilation across India.
Restricting factory farming should play a key role in efforts to cut climate-warming greenhouse gases, an environmental charity says, as emissions from "food systems" emerge as a major focus of climate talks in Dubai.
Parts of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria are on flood watch as severe storms and heavy rain move east after lashing South Australia.
Russia's Internal Affairs ministry is reportedly preparing a bill that would oblige foreigners entering the country to sign a "loyalty agreement" that would bar them from discrediting official policies.
Rescuers in India are metres away from 41 men trapped in a collapsed highway tunnel in the Himalayas for more than two weeks, and are confident of drilling through to reach them very soon.
The release of hostages under a temporary truce between Israel and Palestinian Hamas militants won't happen before Friday, Israel's national security adviser says.
An estimated 13,000 people have been evacuated since Mt Ulawun in West New Britain in Papua New Guinea began erupting on Monday night.
Two people are dead after a vehicle explosion at the Rainbow Bridge connecting the US and Canada at Niagara Falls.
Dutch anti-EU far-right populist Geert Wilders, who wants to halt all immigration to the Netherlands, is set for a major victory in parliamentary elections, an exit poll shows.
Crews have found the remains of a 30-year-old TV camera operator and a 56-year-old pilot after a former military jet crashed into Victoria's Port Phillip Bay.
srael's government has voted to back a deal for Palestinian Hamas militants to free 50 women and children held as hostages in Gaza in exchange for a four-day pause in fighting.