Murder in Malaysia turns spotlight on Israeli spy agency's policy of targeted killings of Palestinian operatives.
Defying government ban, thousands attend rally in Lahore city demanding basic rights for ethnic Pashtun citizens.
At least 63 people killed in bombings targeting voter registration centres in Kabul and Baghlan province, officials say.
Saudi blockade has caused a chronic shortage of propane gas, forcing Yemenis to find alternatives to prepare food.
Nawal Abu Hajeela, 58, is known locally as Khansaa of Gaza after 7th century Arab poet who lost four sons in battle.
Detention in Yerevan and call for 'velvet revolution' come hours after televised clash between Pashinyan and the PM.
Residents of eastern El Salvador town worry about how they will survive after the end of US Temporary Protected Status.
With minimum resources and constant power cuts, hospitals in Gaza continue to deliver life saving surgeries and care.
Demonstrations against newly-elected PM Viktor Orban continued on Saturday with a protest focusing on media freedom.
The incredible story of Afroz Shah, who led efforts to remove 13 million kg of toxic waste from Versova beach.
State-owned port operator should rethink its deal with breakaway region and work with the government, says Somali FM.
Police accused of using live bullets on demonstrators as week of protests against Ortega and pension reforms continue.
Kim Jong-un announces the suspension of all missile tests, ahead of historic talks with South Korea and the US.
Malaysia deputy PM says suspects in killing of Fadi al-Batsh believed to be Europeans with links to foreign spy agency.
Anti-fascists and local council hold separate events in Ostritz in response to far-right festival on Hitler's birthday.
Police open investigation, state media says, as videos posted online purport to show area ringing with heavy gunfire.
Controversial order to remain in effect for six months from president's approval, or until parliament votes it into law.
Good (Iyi) Party, launched in October by Meral Aksener, is eligible for June 24 parliamentary and presidential polls.
April 22, 1993, killing of black man by five white youths laid bare Met Police incompetence, corruption and racism.
Fadi al-Batsh's father accuses Israeli intelligence agency of 'assassination' after fatal shooting in Malaysian capital.
A week after arriving in Syria, experts enter town where dozens died and hundreds were injured in April 7 incident.
After days of government raids, rebels agree to leave Qalamoun while other groups hold on to areas in capital's south.
Palestine's UN ambassador calls for fact-finding mission after Israel killed 39 protesters in Gaza since March 30.
Leader Kim Jong-un also announces the shutting down of nuclear test site, before next week's inter-Korean talks.
More than 10,000 attend fourth mass protest in as many weeks calling for return of Palestinian refugees to their lands.
At least 729 wounded as thousands of Palestinians take part in protests near Gaza border. Here are the latest updates.
Documents obtained by US daily show Republican fundraiser drafted plan in hopes of getting payoffs from China and UAE.
Moody's age reflects the aging of death row across the US, where almost 3,000 people are to be executed.
Local council adopts step against exchange with Israeli military practices synonymous with the occupation of Palestine.
Little known about 57-year-old's plans to tackle challenges facing Communist country, including its struggling economy.
Iraqi PM's office says F-16 fighter jets carried out air raids near the border in coordination with Syrian army.
ISIL fighters have been in control of an area south of Damascus for nearly three years.
Watchdog says any deployment will have to receive security clearance, a day after UN team comes under fire in Douma.
The parliamentary and presidential polls had previously been slated for November 2019.
In a speech marking Iran's Army Day, Rouhani warns Western powers against flooding the Middle East with more weapons.
Russia's UN ambassador says determining responsibility for chemical attack is futile since West already assigned blame.
Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir says Riyadh is willing to send soldiers amid reports Trump is looking to exit Syria.
President Emmanuel Macron is trying restore France's position as a 'power broker' in the Arab world, analysts say.
State TV says chemical weapons watchdog arrives in Douma as France and the US question the purpose of the mission.
Lebanese newspaper Al Akhbar publishes secret diplomatic documents claiming UAE disapproval of Saudi policies.