Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry says despite Armenia's violations, Baku's army units are fully complying with the new ceasefire that was earlier announced by the US.
The ceasefire is due to take effect at 8 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) on October 26, the US State Department and the governments of Azerbaijan and Armenia said in a joint statement hours after a new fighting erupted between the two countries forces.
Office of the Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha announced that he was not quitting, ignoring protesters' Saturday night deadline to resign.
The announcement was to be made on Sunday, but was cancelled because of an outbreak of cases reported in Melbourne.
Lee Kun-hee was known for his reclusive life, but became even more secluded after being left bedridden by heart attack in 2014.
Abu Muhsin al Masri was on FBI's Most Wanted list and the announcement of his killing came hours after a suicide bombing at an education centre in Kabul killed at least 18 people and wounded dozens more.
The suicide attack happened late afternoon at the centre, which offers training and courses for students in higher education in a western district of Kabul.
Delhi, one of the world’s most polluted cities, enjoyed some respite up until September in part thanks to a virus lockdown.
Officials are blaming the Taliban for the attack, which killed at least nine civilians, including three women.
Azerbaijan's army makes significant strides in its quest to liberate its land from occupying Armenian forces.
North Korean authorities urged its citizens to stay indoors and avoid the yellow dust blowing in from China.
At least 44 Australian men face 350 charges of possessing child exploitation material after a law enforcement referral sparked a large, nationwide criminal investigation.
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