India says it has decided to expel half the staff in Pakistan's Embassy in New Delhi, saying they have been engaged in "acts of espionage" and maintained contacts with "terrorist organizations."
India To Expel Half Of Pakistani Embassy Staff Over Alleged Spying.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has warned that a spike in violence by militants in the country poses a "serious" threat to the peace process with the Taliban.
A long-delayed mission from the World Health Organization's has arrived in Turkmenistan, the only Central Asian nation that has not officially registered a single coronavirus case.
The move comes as Dubai reopens to foreign tourism on Tuesday, two weeks after a nationwide curfew was removed.
A leading Iraqi political analyst was assassinated on July 6 outside his home in Baghdad after receiving threats from Iran-backed militias.
Austrian police are investigating whether the murder of a Chechen asylum seeker outside the capital, Vienna, over the weekend was a political assassination or related to organized crime.