Thursday, September 20, 2018
The United Nations (UN) has reiterated its call for the prosecution of Myanmar’s top military officials for what the international body has conclusively decided is genocide against the Rohingya Muslim minority group. UN investigators said in a report on Tuesday...
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and the North's leader Kim Jong Un opened a new round of talks at a summit in Pyongyang on Wednesday with the North Korean nuclear arsenal high on the agenda, but Seoul warned they...
Israeli troops have mortally wounded two Palestinians by live fire during clashes with anti-occupation protesters at the fence separating the besieged Gaza Strip from the occupied territories. The Gaza Health Ministry announced the news in a statement on Tuesday afternoon,...
Russia blames Israeli warplanes for “creating a dangerous situation” that led to the shooting down of a Russian military plane by Syrian air defense systems, saying it reserves the right to give a due response to the hostile action. The...
More than 100 people have died in floods after Nigeria's two major rivers burst their banks, authorities say. The National Emergency Management Agency (Nema) says heavy rains caused the Niger River and Benue River to overflow. It has resulted in a...
Up to 22 members of the Afghan security forces were killed on Sunday in Farah province on the border with Iran, according to officials in the region, where the Taliban have been pressuring government forces for months. Officials said the casualties...
Needles have been found inside strawberries in two more Australian states, police said on Monday, broadening a health scare that has caused supermarkets to recall brands and farmers to dump fruit amid the peak growing season. One man in the...
Taliban leaders are demanding closure of US bases in Afghanistan and release of hundreds of their prisoners for continuing peace talks with the United States, the US media reported on Saturday. Zalmay Khalilzad, a former US ambassador recently named as...
The United States has cut additional aid to the Palestinians for programmes supporting conflict resolution with Israelis, an official said on Sunday, adding to more than $500 million in other cuts. The latest cuts come from $10 million in programmes...
The Tunisian ruling party Nidaa Tounes has suspended the membership of the country’s Prime Minister Youssef Chahed over his spat with the Tunisian president’s son. "The party has decided to freeze the membership of PM Chahed," Nidaa Tounes said in a statement...

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