The Indian government on Sunday celebrated the 71st Republic Day amid tight and adequate security measures.
Peru's President Martin Vizcarra on Sunday voted in elections for a new legislature, some five months after he dissolved a Congress that was resisting his anti-corruption reforms.
Sudan's government on Sunday signed a peace agreement with two opposition groups from northern Sudan, according to the Sovereign Council in a statement.
Jordan's Prime Minister Omar Razzaz on Sunday reaffirmed the country's rejection of any unilateral measures aimed at changing the status quo in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The death toll in heavy rainfall in southeast Brazil continued to mount, reaching 37 fatal victims, civil defense authorities said Sunday.
Gunshots were heard in a sensitive district in Nimes, southern France, no victim was reported, according to local newspaper Midi Libre.
Peru's president casts vote in legislative elections
Israel's Gantz accepts invitation to White House for peace plan
Xinhua photos of the day
Chinese culture fascinates more and more Argentineans
Three rockets fall near U.S. embassy in Iraq
Migrants scuffle with Mexican troops along border river
China allocates 11.21 bln yuan for epidemic prevention
China detects large quantity of novel coronavirus at Wuhan seafood market
NBA legend Kobe Bryant killed in California helicopter crash
4 rockets land near U.S. embassy in Baghdad
Death toll soars to 36 in eastern Turkey earthquake