Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a northeastern Nigerian refugee camp, killing at least 58 people, health and rescue officials said Wednesday.
North Korea on Thursday vowed to immediately deport all South Korean nationals and freeze all South Korean assets at a jointly run factory park in the North, a swift, aggressive response to the South Korean decision to suspend operations at the former symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter says NATO military authorities have been ordered to draw up plans for how the alliance could help shut down illegal migration and people smuggling across the Aegean Sea.
Sweden's central bank has decided to cut its key interest rate to a record low of minus 0.50 percent, saying the measure is necessary to safeguard the bank's target of increasing inflation, which was still "not on a firm footing." Noting that its "very expansionary monetary policy" had helped strengthen the Scandinavian country's economy and reduce unemployment, the Riksbank said Thursday that inflation was expected to be lower this year than earlier predicted and could hurt confidence in the economy.
An official summary of Italian efforts to find a student after he disappeared in central Cairo last month shows diplomats contacted Egyptian authorities in the hours after he went missing.
Authorities in Greece say three navy personnel are missing after a helicopter crash in the eastern Aegean Sea.
An international rights group says the Sri Lankan government's decision to appoint the civil war-winning general to Parliament contradicts pledges to investigate abuses alleged to have occurred under his command.
Two alleged people-smugglers are on trial in Turkey accused of causing the death of 3-year-old Syrian migrant boy Aylan Kurdi and four other people.
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