Russia fires a barrage of missiles at Kyiv in an unusual daytime attack on the Ukrainian capital following overnight strikes.
The children went missing after a light plane crash in Colombia on May 1 which claimed the lives of the three adults on board.
North Korea is gearing to launch its first military reconnaissance satellite in June for live monitoring of US military activities.
The KFOR troops were attempting to de-escalate Serbian protesters demanding the removal of newly elected mayors.
The former president has been arrested as well as former justice and defence minister David Munguia for their involvement in criminal groups.
Fighting is being reported in the capital and surrounding cities as a shaky ceasefire deal that had brought some respite from a six-week-old conflict is extended.
In Ukraine, they call her Witch, but the origins of Olha Bihar's call sign remain almost as secretive as the start date of Ukraine's long-awaited counteroffensive.
Malaysia's maritime agency says it has found a cannon shell believed to be from World War II on a Chinese-registered barge carrier and is investigating whether the vessel has been involved in looting two British warship wrecks.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has signed one of the world's harshest anti-LGBTQ laws, defying condemnations from Western governments, businesses and human rights activists.
Alexander Lukashenko, Vladimir Putin's staunchest ally, invites other countries to join in the Union State of Belarus and Russia a week after the Kremlin deploys nuclear weapons in his country.