Gale force winds have swept across much of the Croatian Adriatic coast, toppling trees, damaging cars and shattering windows.
Israel’s Shin Bet security service says five Jewish minors have been arrested for their suspected involvement in the killing of a Palestinian woman.
Polish officials have shut down 13 escape room entertainment sites for safety flaws and the prime minister asked people Sunday to report such lapses to firefighters and police after five teenage girls were killed in a fire.
Authorities warned Sunday of a high risk of avalanches on the northern side of the Alps, after heavy snowfall in recent days created dangerous conditions in parts of southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency says a 5.9-magnitude earthquake has jolted the country’s western province of Kermanshah, with no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
Pakistani officials say two roadside bombs blasts have wounded eight people in the country’s southwestern Baluchistan province.
Russia’s space agency is complaining that the invitation for its head to visit the U.S. has been cancelled without informing the organization.
A cardinal dispatched by the Vatican is holding a beatification ceremony for 19 monks, nuns and other Catholics who were killed during Algeria’s civil war in the 1990s.
Several thousand people gathered Saturday amid a heavy police presence in southern Poland for a “March for Climate” to encourage negotiators at climate talks to set ambitious goals.
A civilian vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb Saturday, killing three civilians in western Herat province, a provincial official said.