President Xi Jinping announced he would cut troop levels by 300,000 as China held its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in WWII, an event shunned by most Western leaders.
Hundreds left Budapest aboard a packed train after two days of chaos.
Islamic State militants claimed they had carried out the attack.
President Otto Perez Molina's immunity stripped amid fraud charges.
Militants said they killed 70 soldiers at base outside Somali capital.
Nigeria's security agency claims breakthroughs against militants.
Editor Erin Wright analyses why not all spaces designated for women fearing or fleeing sexual violence, like pink taxis and train carriages reserved for female commuters, are created equal -- or especially effective.
Officials warn of possible attack after disrupting Boko Haram cell.
Gang violence left 907 people dead last month, officials said.
Tropical Storm Erika caused floods, mudslides devastating the country.
More than 1,000 Colombians have been deported since border closing.
Deaths of gang members believed to be the result of an internal feud.
Fingerprints tied arrested man to site of blast at Bangkok shrine.
Authorities have prosecuted internet users for spreading tales.
Thai police said they arrested a foreigner who matched the description of a man who left a bag at the site of a Bangkok blast that killed 20 people nearly two weeks ago.
Had announced snap visa checks on streets of Melbourne.
After a hiatus of a few days last week, Greek authorities resumed carrying the refugees - mostly from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan - to the mainland by ship from the islands of Kos, Lesbos, Samos, Symi and Agathonissi.
MPs gave initial backing for greater autonomy in disputed East.
Three Syrian children and their families were rescued from minivan.
About 200 migrants died in sinking; 70 found dead in freezer truck.
Across Middle East and N. Africa, 9,000 schools unusable, report says.
Masked men in military garb abducted the group northeastern part of city.
Saudi-led coalition reportedly targeted a bomb-making factory.
Ambassador John Casson said he was "shocked and concerned" by ruling sending three journalists to jail.
Republicans, however, pledged to keep up their fight against the pact with new sanctions on Tehran.
Former TV employee called himself a "powder keg" of anger.
Bond was prominent activist who later became NAACP's first president.
Local authorities announced state of emergency following gunfire.