Turkey, Russia agreed to remove all trade restrictions, both countries' ministers say
Friday's clash southwest of Cairo left 13 others injured, according to Egypt's interior ministry
Iraq’s last parliamentary elections were held in 2014
Oil Minister Jabbar Al-Luiebi also says oil production of Basra and southern fields have increased
US State Department spokeswoman made a statement on Friday, calling on both KRG and Iraqi government to cease violence
The United Arab Emirates' exchanges in Dubai and Abu Dhabi led the dive in liquidity levels, which measure the value of traded shares and are normally a reflection of the health of national economy.
Here are the main topics World Bulletin's English Desk plans to cover on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
Typhoon Lan, described as "very large and very strong" by Japan's meteorological agency, was packing gusts up to 216 kilometres (134 miles) per hour Sunday night in the Pacific south of Japan.
Airstrike hits militants in eastern Nangarhar province which borders Pakistan
Abe's conservative coalition was on track to win 311 seats in the 465-seat parliament, according to a projection published by private broadcaster TBS, putting the nationalist blue blood on course to become Japan's longest-serving leader.
Huge mounds of earth slipped off a hillside Saturday morning and buried the men as they worked on two apartment blocks of affordable housing on the island, which is popular with tourists.
Daily average of 26 killings is lower than 31 killings average during former administration’s final year
No hidden agenda behind Russia's weaponry donation to Philippines, assures envoy
Psychologists say braid-chopper who reportedly targets women is figment of imagination of people struck by conflict
DNA test confirms Isnilon Hapilon was killed in Marawi on Monday
Tillerson is in Riyadh as part of regional tour that will take him to Qatar
As well as talks with senior Saudi officials in Riyadh including King Salman, Tillerson attended a landmark meeting between Saudi Arabia and Iraq aimed at upgrading strategic ties between the Arab neighbours.
US will soon transition into a new phase in Syria, says US President Donald Trump
Minibus hits landmine in Middle Shabelle region
A spokeswoman for the UN's public health agency, Fadela Chaib, told AFP that an announcement on the Mugabe fracas would be made "in the coming hours".
New offensive, reportedly to launch Saturday, aims to drive fighters from their strongholds
In big win for Nigeria’s anti-corruption campaign, official sentenced over abuse of office totaling $4.4M
Northern regions of Lombardy, Veneto hold non-binding referendum
The country's election administration said on its website that Kaladze won 51 percent of the vote in Saturday's municipal election.
In an interview with the Rome daily Il Messaggero, the Italian politician said Europe must "of course fear" the proliferation of small nations.
Rajoy has taken Spain into uncharted legal waters by moving to wrest back powers from the semi-autonomous region, which could see Madrid take control of the Catalan police force and replace its public media chiefs.
About 200 refugees moved to camps in capital Athens due to poor conditions
Incumbent President Borut Pahor expected to win
PM Mariano Rajoy says he will trigger Article 155 of Spanish constitution, which gives Madrid control of Catalonia
'All conditions have been fulfilled for an extradition. We now wait for the extradition,' says justice minister
16 policemen killed, 13 others injured in Friday's clash southwest of Cairo, according to Egypt's interior ministry
Turkish security forces used drones to locate terrorists in rural area of Hakkari province