Recent crises and growing disillusionment could keep Iranians from turning up at the polls today, benefiting conservative candidates.
Thousands of Turkish reinforcements are arriving in northwest Syria as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns of a possible military operation.
The Chinese legislature is likely to delay its annual congress amid the coronavirus outbreak.
With a seven-day reduction in violence agreed, the United States and the Taliban are paving the way to an end to the war in Afghanistan.
The phase one U.S.-China trade agreement already looked unrealistic, but the coronavirus outbreak has put some of Beijing’s commitments in doubt.
China’s Hubei province has confirmed thousands of new coronavirus cases after using a new diagnostic method, raising fears.
Turkey launches attacks in Idlib province in attempt to slow the government offensive against the country’s last rebel stronghold.
In New York, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will express opposition to the White House peace proposal, but he won’t see a vote on a resolution against it.
The Irish nationalist party declares a political “revolution” after a historic surge in Saturday’s elections.
Anti-government demonstrators in Iraq have called on Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani for support after attacks on protest camps.
Washington seeks to send a message to Moscow amid standoffs between U.S. and Russian soldiers.
The U.S. president laid out his case for a second term in Washington on the eve of his likely acquittal in the Senate.
Even as China hits out at the U.S. response, WHO experts are expected to travel to Wuhan in the coming days.