Here are the top stories for Sunday, October 20th: US troops leaving Syria for Iraq; Thousands protest corruption in Lebanon; New Orleans tries to demolish cranes after partial hotel collapse; Qantas completes longest commercial flight ever.
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Sunday publicly hit back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after he faced accusations from Democrats that Facebook was profiting from independent political ads.
Protests, sparked by anger over social and economic conditions, continue in Santiago, despite Chile declaring a state of emergency and deploying soldiers into the streets.
The 27 Brexit weary EU states met on Sunday and agreed they would forward a controversial letter from the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to the European Parliament this week for approval.
Wales waited until the sixth last minute to beat France with a try from Ross Moriarty and clinch victory by one point, winning 20-19.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri agreed on Sunday a package of reforms to ease an economic crisis that has sparked nationwide protests.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Sunday it had pulled out all its fighters from the border town of Ras al Ain, while Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey expects the US to keep its promises on a five-day truce.
Looters are seen running from a shopping centre with what appears to be stolen merchandise in their arms, as fresh clashes broke out in Chile's capital.
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper arrived in Kabul on Sunday in a bid to bring talks with the Taliban back on track after President Donald Trump abruptly broke off negotiations last month seeking to end the United States’ longest war.
Thames Valley Police have given details about the murder of two boys at a house party in Emerson Valley, Milton Keynes. Detective Chief Superintendent Ian Hunter, Head of Crime at Thames Valley Police, said police had been called to an incident on...
At least three people died after a supermarket in the Chilean capital Santiago was set alight by demonstrators, while many flights into the city's airport were suspended as crew were unable to get to work, the city's governor said on Sunday (October
The Punjab government has deployed thousands of observers to tell farmers that they cannot burn crop residue, which has a catastrophic impact on environment in many parts of North India. But the farmers demand incentives from the government to sto...
On Monday, Haryana and Maharashtra are going to vote. Economy, farmer distress, unemployment, drought, poverty are the major issues that the public of these two states have been talking about but what we have heard all through election campaigning...
U.S. President Donald Trump abandoned plans late on Saturday to host next year's Group of Seven summit at his Florida golf resort, after Democrats and others had decried the selection as evidence of the president misusing his office for personal gain
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected India's economy to grow to 7 per cent in 2020 after downgrading it to 6.1 per cent this year, its Chief Economist Gita Gopinath told NDTV in an exclusive interview in the US.
Turkey's Assyrian, Chaldean, Armenian, Roman and Jewish religious leaders organise joint prayer for Turkish soldiers taking part in Operation Peace Spring and the safe return of Syrians to their homeland. #Turkey #unity #OperationPeaceSpring
The army launched attacks on terror camps located inside Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir today, in which three camps were destroyed and six to 10 soldiers of the Pakistan army were killed, army chief Bipin Rawat said. The artillery strike was in retalia...
US forces withdraw from their largest base in northern Syria, as people in the town of Tall Tamr welcome ambulances carrying Kurdish wounded from the besieged Syrian town of Ras al-Ain.
Police said on Saturday (October 19) they had freed nearly 150 students from a purported school in northern Nigeria that claimed it was teaching the Koran but had instead subjected them to abuse.
Hundreds of sheep filled the streets of Madrid on Sunday as part of an annual protest to call for the protection of ancient grazing routes threatened by urbanization.
Dany Mortada has spent the last four days on the streets of Beirut, part of anti-government protests amid an economic crisis.
The centre-right pro-union Ciudadanos party, which was born out of opposition to Catalan separatism, holds a rally in front of Catalonia's regional government headquarters in Barcelona run under the slogan: "That's enough! Justice and coexistence".
Haringey Borough FC speak out after racist abuse
Thames Valley Police has launched a double murder investigation following the deaths of two teenage boys in Milton Keynes. Emergency services were called to Archford Croft in Emerson Valley just before midnight on October 19. One 17-year-old boy ...
A look at possible Brexit outcomes after the Prime Minister reluctantly writes to Brussels asking for an extension to the Brexit deadline. Boris Johnson lost a historic House of Commons vote - which meant he was legally obliged to ask for a Brexi...
Former president and opposition presidential candidate Carlos Mesa casts his ballot in La Paz.
Bolivia President Evo Morales, who seeks a controversial fourth term, casts his ballot in Villa 14 de Septiembre.
Michael Gove arrives at Cabinet Office on a Sunday
There is so much misinformation on Turkey's operation in northern Syria, that it has become difficult to distinguish true from false. Here is another one of the baseless accusations out there. #Turkey #Syria #YPG
Michael Gove has insisted the UK will leave the EU by October 31 despite the Government asking Brussels for a delay. Asked if he could guarantee that the UK would leave the EU by Halloween, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster said: "Yes, tha...
Bolivia President Evo Morales casts his vote as the country's first indigenous leader seeks a controversial fourth term.
Tens of thousands of Lebanese take to the streets for a fourth day to protest political stasis and corruption, as the government was rocked by the resignation of a coalition partner.
A three-year-old child had a miraculous escape on Friday after he fell more than 35 feet from the balcony of his second-floor home in Tikamgarh district in Madhya Pradesh. The young boy, who had been playing with members of his family when he slip...
Supporters greet Bolivia President Evo Morales as he arrives to Villa 14 de Septiembre, where the country's first indigenous leader votes.
Police and protesters exchanged tear gas and petrol bombs as an illegal march on Sunday descended into chaos.
A plane and its passengers were put through mental and physical testing during the world's longest ever flight from New York to Sydney this weekend.
Hotels in Thailand's most popular holiday island have been forced to slash prices with rooms left vacant and beaches sparse as tourist chiefs struggle with a plunge in Chinese visitors caused by the US trade war and stronger baht.
The residents of Bengaluru's Mahadevapura today gathered at one of the worst traffic zones in the city to protest against the crumbling infrastructure and poor civic amenities, demanding that their elected representatives either improve the situat...
The family of Kamlesh Tiwari, the UP politician who was murdered at his residence in Lucknow on Friday, met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for around 30 minutes this afternoon. Speaking to news agency ANI after the meeting, Kiran Tiwari, the victi...
A Qantas plane flew from New York to Sydney in 19 hours and 16 minutes.
Lebanese take to the streets for a fourth day to protest against political situation and corruption.
Starmer: PM sending unsigned letter to EU 'childlike'
Labour will push for a new EU referendum when the Government brings its latest Brexit plans to the Commons in the coming days. And shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer left open the possibility the party could back Boris Johnson's deal if a n...