Thousands of Zimbabweans are marching to demand President Robert Mugabe's resignation, in a rare show of public defiance.
Saturday's rally to the State House in Harare, the capital, was backed by the army, which seized power on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia has summoned its ambassador in Germany home for consultations over comments allegedly made by German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel during a meeting with his Lebanese counterpart, the Saudi Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
European Union President Donald Tusk has warned Britain that it has two weeks to make “much more progress” on Brexit negotiations in order to begin talks by the end of the year about a future trade deal after the UK’s planned withdraw from the bloc.
The Russian Defense Ministry says it has obtained evidence the US-led coalition provides support for the terrorist group Islamic State.
Qatar's emir says neighboring countries that have imposed a land, sea and air blockade on the Gulf state have no desire to end the crisis in the Gulf.
An ambitious plan to use helicopters to fight Delhi’s air pollution has been grounded – because the aircraft cannot operate in such thick smog.
A 7.3-magnitude earthquake has shaken the northern border region between Iran and Iraq, killing at least 335 people and injuring thousands more.
One Iranian aid agency said 70,000 people needed shelter after the quake, one of the largest this year.
Turkey's decision to buy an advanced missile defense system from Russia is not aimed at sending any political messages, a Turkish official said, a day after Ankara announced the finalization of a deal that might affect its relations with NATO.