Israeli's and Palestinians are taking to social media to show their desire for an end to the bloodiest conflict between the two warring nations in 15 years.
With access to the site of the MH17 crash still surrounded by unfriendly militia and close to military action, crash investigators have had to start their work remotely.
The first 40 bodies from the Malaysia Airlines plane crash, which happened six days ago over eastern Ukraine, have landed in The Netherlands.
Outspoken Republican senator and former presidential candidate John McCain has said the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, should not be invited to attend the G20 and attacked European sanctions against Russia as “a joke”.
The Indian government appears unlikely to accept the return of non-Indians among the 157 asylum seekers who have been held on the high seas by Australian customs officials since late June.
Kiev: Grieving relatives of the MH17 crash victims have had chilling confirmation that their loved ones' possessions have been looted from the crash site.
Samira Calehr's normally cheerful, well-travelled son should have been excited. His silver suitcase sat in the living room, ready to go.
The battle to bring to justice the perpetrators of the apparent missile attack on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 will be extremely difficult, not least because Russia is in a position to thwart any attempt to bring it or its citizens before any international or domestic court, analysts said.
The ceremony was solemn, but as the airlift of bodies of the MH17 victims began here on Wednesday there was a hole in the heart of the operation.
Losing Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto will challenge the result of the election in the country’s constitutional court, citing “irregularities” that his team says cast doubt on up to 21 million votes.