The UN General Assembly gets underway, the E.U. Parliament votes on an association agreement with Ukraine, and new rankings of the world’s best universities.
An on-the-ground report from Iraqi and Syrian Kurdistan as military leaders weigh their options for pushing back the Islamic State.
An international conference in France to address the Islamic State threat, the final Scottish independence debate, and NATO military exercises in Ukraine.
France offers aerial strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq, Cuba sends doctors to Ebola-affected Sierra Leone, and 45 UN peacekeepers are freed in Syria.
A new round of E.U. sanctions against Russia, three more Barclays employees to face charges for alleged Libor rigging, and Oscar Pistorius’ FINAL fate.
Mixed reaction to President Obama’s coalition strategy to defeat the Islamic State and a strong showing of support for independence campaigners in Catalonia.
World leaders remember the 9/11 attacks, a ruling in the Oscar Pistorius trial and new research will answer whether ‘fat shaming’ aids weight loss.
The OPCW says chemical weapons attacks are likely continuing in Syria, and positive signs that efforts to replenish the Ozone layer are paying off.
Barack Obama will outline the coalition strategy to fight the Islamic State, OPEC issues a new report on oil prices, and the Invictus Games open in London.
Just days after President Obama warned Russia from Estonia of further aggression, Estonia claims Russian forces crossed border and kidnapped a security officer