A Jerusalem magistrate court on June 16 sentenced Sara Netanyahu, the wife of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to pay a fine of more than $15,000 for misusing state funds. The sentencing comes after she agreed to a plea bargain that ended the years-long saga of just one of the high-profile corruption cases involving the prime minister's family.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, whose tenure was marked by a breakdown in regular press briefings and questions about the administration's credibility, as well as her own, will leave her post at the end of the month, President Donald Trump announced.
The man accused of shooting dead 51 Muslim worshippers in the Christchurch mosque attacks in March smiled on June 14 as his lawyers entered not guilty pleas to multiple murder and terrorism charges.
Iran dismissed as "baseless" on June 14 U.S. accusations that it carried out twin attacks that left two tankers ablaze in the Gulf of Oman, escalating tensions across the region and sending world oil prices soaring.
President Donald Trump said on June 12 that he would be willing to accept information from a foreign country on his opponent in the 2020 election race, after years of denying Moscow helped him win office.
President Vladimir Putin said in an interview published on June 13 that relations between Moscow and Washington were getting worse and worse, noting that the current U.S. administration had imposed dozens of sanctions on Russia.
Venezuelan migrants are missing after the speedboat they were traveling in sank on its way to Curacao, an opposition lawmaker said on June 11.
U.S. President Donald Trump may be reevaluating his nomination for Secretary of Defense, a report by NBC News said on June 11, citing four sources familiar with the matter.
Implementation of the Russian-Turkish memorandum on Idlib will ease the life of the citizens in the war-weary Syrian region, the head of Russian diplomacy said on June 11.
Twenty years ago today, NATO troops entered Kosovo and ended its war with Serbia, paving the way for Pristina to declare independence.
Greece is on track for a general election July 7, three months ahead of schedule, after the country's president accepted a request Monday by left-wing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to dissolve parliament in the wake his heavy defeat in European parliamentary elections.