China expressed its displeasure with Japanese politicians after a group of more than 90 Tokyo lawmakers visited Japan’s controversial Yasukuni Shrine on Friday.
An international naval force that includes the United States and South Korea conducted anti-piracy drills off the coast of Somalia.
Colombian officials said at least 17 people died after a landslide in the city of Manizales, where rescue efforts were inhibited by ongoing rain.
The man who shot a police officer dead and injured two others in Paris was not previously on any security watch list as a potential risk, officials said Friday.
French presidential candidates announced the halt of their campaigns after the fatal shooting of a Paris police officer, for which the Islamic State took credit.
China continues to conduct training exercises near the Korean peninsula, according to state media.
SES of Luxembourg on Thursday announced the marketing of its new Rapid Response Vehicle for satellite based communications.
Venezuela’s Public Ministry said it charged a 31-year-old man with murder for the death of a 23-year-old woman who was shot amid anti-government protests.
Gas stations in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang have suspended services due to a gasoline shortage in the country, according to Chinese state media.
Damen Shipyards announced Thursday it has completed sea trials of the MV Sycamore, which will perform training and support duties for the Royal Australian Navy.