The United States will provide $200 million in additional security funding to Ukraine.
An Iranian-born man with a knife injured 10 people in an attack aboard a bus in northern Germany before being overpowered by passengers and arrested by police, the local prosecutor said.
Facebook says it has suspended an analytical firm with alleged ties to Russia as it investigates how the firm assembles and shares information it gets from the social network’s users.
A British man who was poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok has recovered sufficiently to be released from the hospital, authorities say.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has told Russian President Vladimir Putin that Israel will continue to target Iranian military assets in Syria.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has distanced himself from an unpopular government plan to increase the retirement age, saying "I do not like any of the ways that have been discussed" to implement the idea.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will work on her country's relationship with the United States, which she described as "under pressure" but "crucial."
Russian authorities are looking into a video purporting to show an inmate being tortured by prison guards in the Yaroslavl region.
Russia's ambassador to the United States says that Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin discussed "concrete proposals" for resolving the conflict in eastern Ukraine during their summit in Helsinki.
At least 14 people, including women and children, have been killed in an Afghan-U.S. air strike near the northern city of Kunduz, officials say.
A suspect has been apprehended in the high-profile killing of Kazakh figure skater Denis Ten.
Dozens of people have commemorated journalist Pavel Sheremet on the second anniversary of his killing in a car-bomb blast in central Kyiv.