While Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has been coy about her election favorite, her party members are showing a clear preference for a Trump re-election.
Janez Janša is a keen Trump supporter and previously said Joe Biden would be "one of the weakest presidents in history".
Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of Chinese Communist Party newspaper "Global Times," suggested the U.S. election had created an ideal situation for Beijing.
"It's just one metric but it sure looks like its drop correlated with a rise in Trump's odds of winning the election," Hudson Institute senior fellow Rebeccah Heinrichs told Newsweek.
One North Korean male was reportedly captured, but the high alert remained until the situation was investigated.
"What would be in the interest of both countries and their people is that U.S. government officials change their policy from one of aggression to a return to diplomacy," Venezuelan Vice Minister Carlos Ron Martínez told Newsweek.
As the U.S. Navy trains with Australia, India and Japan to "deter all who challenge a free and open Indo-Pacific," China hopes these drills are "conducive to regional peace and stability, instead of working in the opposite way."
A 15-foot shark was discovered washed up ashore along the coast in Libya with an adult swordfish "blade" stuck in its back after what scientists called a "deadly interaction".
An attack on the U.K. is "highly likely", moving from a substantial to severe threat level.
The China Research Group's first full report urges the British government to take tougher action on China.
The comments by Taiwan's foreign minister, Joseph Wu, came after President Tsai Ing-wen convened a national security meeting to discuss the U.S. election.
The investigation first began in 2017 following a complaint by a mother in South Korea who claimed her child developed a kidney disease after eating an undercooked meat patty sold by the fast food giant.
Toddler Ayda Gezgin survived almost four days under the dusty cement blocks of her collapsed home in Izmir, Turkey.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam, who is due in Beijing on Tuesday, also praised China's national security law at a media address the day before.
Japan and South Korea, U.S. allies in the post-World War II era, do not share President Donald Trump's tough anti-China position and have sought better ties with the People's Republic, even as major challenges persist.
"We understand the fatigue in America, but withdrawal must be measured and strategic in order to preserve the gains that Americans and Afghans have sacrificed so much for," Afghan ambassador Roya Rahmani told Newsweek.
The incident is still ongoing with at least one shooter still believed to be at large.
England's second lockdown will be worse than the first, a top virologist believes, and could threaten hopes of families spending Christmas together.
Engish teacher Connor Reed, 26, claimed he had beaten the virus with 'hot whisky and honey' after falling ill in Wuhan, China, when the pandemic began.
"I was having a very hard time getting approvals for a big development in Scotland when Sean stepped in and shouted, 'Let him build the damn thing,'" the president tweeted.
"Russia does not interfere in the U.S. elections and would work with any future president of the United States chosen by the American people," Petr Svirin, spokesperson for Moscow's embassy in Washington, tells Newsweek.
About 8 percent of Germans would vote for Trump compared to 66 percent who back Joe Biden to win the U.S. presidential election in four days.