Indian government pledges $71m for victims of 'the worst floods in 100 years' to hit southern Kerala state.
Tremor hits Lombok just two weeks after another earthquake killed more than 460 people on the holiday island.
When natural disasters claim the lives of men, it is women in Indian villages who suffer the most.
Idlib is the Syrian government's next target, experts say, but other scenarios may unfold with regional players at hand.
Death toll from floods in southern state of Kerala jumps to hundreds, with more than 220,000 forced from their homes.
The Russian and German leaders meet for bilateral talks outside of Berlin.
Portugal captain remains goalless, as reigning Italian league champions clinch dramatic 3-2 opening win against Chievo.
Along the Mediterranean coast, some Spanish locals try to provide respect and care for the bodies of unidentified migrants who did not survive the perilous crossing.
Law imposes hefty fines, up to five years in prison for those who administer websites deemed to harm national interests.
The proposed bill would could women to have a Nepalese husband to pass on their citizenship to their children.
Expatriates pin high hopes on the new PM, as his government urges overseas nationals to invest in the country.
From international cricket star to Pakistanâ€™s prime minister. A look at the life and political rise of Imran Khan.
Former UN secretary-general died at a hospital in the Swiss city of Bern after a short illness.
Annan served as UN secretary-general from 1997 to 2006 and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001.
Yemeni asylum seeker in South Korea talks fleeing the war as well as facing Islamophobia and discrimination.
European countries are still shaping the lives of millions of Africans, determining both their present and future.
Local media reports death toll in incident rises to 41 as state funeral held for 18 victims.
Travel agents in Qatar say a link for residents to register for the pilgrimage was blocked by Riyadh.
Four Myanmar military and police commanders and two army units sanctioned by US over 'widespread human rights abuses'.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief takes oath in the capital, Islamabad, after being elected as prime minister on Friday.
More than 300,000 displaced since August 8 after record rains in southern Indian state cause flooding and landslides.
Island's Turkish part operates in lira but many items are priced in foreign currency leaving it exposed to fluctuations.
Stranded people moved to 1,200 camps as heavy rains kill 164, pushing overall death toll during monsoon season to 324.
Court in Izmir says clergyman, who is held on espionage and terror-related charges, will stay under house arrest.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief, who will take oath of office on Saturday, promises an era of 'accountability'.
Turkish court rejects appeal to free American pastor who has been detained on terrorism charges.
Group will coordinate and run policy towards Tehran, but analysts say the initiative puts US 'on path to war with Iran'.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu adopts conciliatory tone but warns Ankara will accept 'no threatening, no dictating'.
At least 34 killed at facility in Shia neighbourhood which prepares students for university exams.
Qatar pledges to make direct investment in Turkey, currently hit by currency crisis amid a diplomatic standoff with US.
Prosecutors launch investigation after Genoa's bridge collapse as search teams comb through the rubble for victims.
Cars, tobacco, and alcohol hit with new tariffs in response to what vice president calls 'US attacks' on the economy.
At least 40 soldiers and police killed in major assault on a base in Baghlan in the latest Taliban onslaught.
Peter Biar Ajak was arrested after saying that Kiir and Machar should resign to and allow a new generation to lead.
Search for survivors after Morandi bridge collapses in northwest Italy, killing and injuring dozens as vehicles plunged.
At least three people were injured after a vehicle drove at cyclists and pedestrians near the UK's Houses of Parliament.
Fighting enters a fifth day as desperate civilians flee to safety from the besieged eastern city.
Lira recovers slightly against the dollar but Turkish president fires a new volley at the US over electronics imports.