Prince Charles meets Australian war widow Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla met war widow Daphne Dunne in Sydney, as they were mobbed by royal fans as they continued their six-day tour of Australia.
Kerry tells UN two-state solution 'not impossible dream' US Secretary of State John Kerry told an Israeli gathering at the United Nations that a two-state solution in the Middle East was "not an impossible dream" but would require courage.
Germany can't cope with refugee family reunification demands: minister Germany's interior minister called for family reunification rights of Syrian asylum seekers to be limited, saying the country cannot cope with a doubling of its already record refugee numbers.
Serbian PM pays respects to Srebrenica Muslim victims Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic paid his respects to the Muslim victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, months after he was chased from a ceremony in the Bosnian town by an angry stone-throwing crowd.
Turkey's Erdogan urges Syria safe zone ahead of G20 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on world leaders to rally behind Turkey's plan for a safe zone inside Syrian territory, days before it hosts the G20 summit.
Catalonia independence threat could benefit PM in polls Catalonia may have voted to kick off a process towards independence but the wealthy region is far from breaking up with Spain, and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy could actually benefit in upcoming elections.
EU, African leaders to tackle migration crisis Europe's leaders will offer Africa up to 3.6 billion euros ($3.8 billion) in aid at a summit in Malta in exchange for help tackling the migration crisis rocking Europe.
Obama takes immigration reform to Supreme Court President Barack Obama's administration asked the US Supreme Court to uphold measures shielding around four million undocumented migrants from deportation.
Republican rivals rip Trump's immigration plan Donald Trump reiterated his pledge during Tuesday's Republican presidential debate to deport millions of undocumented workers, a plan trashed by rivals including Jeb Bush.
Netanyahu says no immediate way forward for Mideast peace Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu voiced pessimism about the prospect of peace with the Palestinians, suggesting the current stalemate was likely to remain in place.
Russia working to pierce 'any missile shield': Putin President Vladimir Putin pledged Russia would build weapons that could pierce any anti-missile shield as he accused the United States and its allies of looking to shackle Moscow's nuclear capabilities.
'A great European has died', Hollande says of Helmut Schmidt French President Francois Hollande paid tribute to Helmut Schmidtas a "great European" after the former West German chancellor died at the age of 96.
Obama praises Erdogan on Turkey vote win US President Barack Obama congratulated his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on recent elections that extended the Turkish president's term in office.
British PM outlines four objectives for EU renegotiation Prime Minister David Cameron said he was confident of achieving four key objectives in renegotiating Britain's EU relationship but warned the UK would have to "think again" about membership if they were not met.
Nazarbayev awards Order of Friendship to Francois Hollande Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev had a meeting with President of France Francois Hollande as part of his official visit to France on November 6.
Catalan parliament begins process of secession from Spain Lawmakers in Catalonia officially kicked off a process to secede fromSpain by 2017, despite impassioned pleas against independence, in an unprecedented showdown with Madrid's central government.
Croatian parties in tough talks to form government Croatia's political parties faced tough negotiations to cobble together a government after the conservative opposition won a narrow election victory.
US concerned by 'far from perfect' Myanmar vote The United States welcomed Myanmar's landmark election, but warned of "important structural and systemic impediments" to full democratization in the Southeast Asian nation after decades of military rule.
EU turns to African leaders to stem migrant crisis EU leaders will push their wary African counterparts to help tackle the migration crisis at a summit in Malta this week, offering them billions of euros in aid in exchange for cooperation
Catalan parliament to vote on secession in showdown with Madrid Catalonia's pro-independence regional parliament is expected to launch a secession process in Spain's wealthiest region, in a showdown with the central government in Madrid.