There appeared to be no breakthrough in talks between world powers and Iran, a week before the deadline to strike a momentous nuclear deal.
Pakistan's army says it has launched new attacks against suspected militant strongholds in the country's lawless tribal areas.
Russia has threatened Ukraine with "irreversible consequences" after a man in Russia was killed from a shell fired allegedly from Ukraine.
Iraq's parliament has postponed its meeting until July 15 after ending a session that lasted just 30 minutes, with lawmakers still deadlocked over electing a new leadership.
Authorities say three NATO troops have been wounded in a suicide car bombing targeting their convoy in eastern Afghanistan.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has said in Vienna that "obviously we have some very significant gaps still, so we need to see if we can make some progress."
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a nuclear energy cooperation deal with Argentina during a visit to Buenos Aires on July 12.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has offered condolences to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko over killings in eastern Ukraine.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says two days of talks in Kabul with Afghanistan’s presidential candidates have led to an agreement on an internationally supervised audit of ballots.
Pakistani military officials say they launched a fresh wave of air strikes in their North Waziristan offensive on July 12, killing at least 13 militants.
Reports from Moscow say 64-year-old Russian opposition politician and activist Valeriya Novodvorskaya has died at a Moscow hospital.
The United Nations has warned that Iraq's deeply-divided politicians must quickly form a new government quickly or risk descent into "chaos."