The activist had confessed to being part of a bombing in Israel that killed two people but had failed to reveal her criminal history in the US as required.
A three-year civil war in South Sudan has forced millions from their homes, sent the oil-producing economy into a tail-spin and devastated crop harvests.
France’s two presidential candidates traded barbs, with Macron accusing Le Pen of promoting hatred while Le Pen labelled him ‘the”candidate of the oligarchy.”
Rohingya elders estimate some 600 people were killed over two weeks in November 2016. A UN report said the likely toll was hundreds.
Inside the buildings in western Mosul, now a ghost town, it’s often eerily quiet as walls muffle the gunfire, the constant background noise.
Trump’s decision to take the wall off the table for now will avert the imminent government shutdown and probably lead to a short-term extension of spending.
Searching for animals thought to be extinct or fictional is difficult, painstaking and often disappointing. But new technology like drones offer hope of a boom in biological discovery.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei told presidential candidates to champion economic self-sufficiency and be less engaged with the opening up to the West.
The Houthi-held Yemeni port of Hodeidah is the the aid lifeline for a country where millions of people are in desperate need of food.
The attack at the base in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, killing around 140, is one of the deadliest attacks on Afghan forces since the Taliban fell in 2001.
A demonstration in Brazil by the indigenous people against farmers’ encroachment on reservations turned violent after the police blocked some of the protestors.
The Pentagon said the THAAD deployment was a critical measure to defend South Korea and its allies against North Korean missile threats.
The audience was unsympathetic when she called Donald Trump a “tremendous champion of supporting families and enabling them to thrive”.
It is a critical week for Turkey-EU relations, as lawmakers will debate ties on Wednesday and the bloc’s foreign ministers will discuss the issue on Friday.
The rupee strengthened to as much as 63.93 per dollar, its highest since August 2015, compared to its close of 64.2650 on Tuesday.
The unrest is Venezuela’s worst since 2014, when 43 people died in months of mayhem sparked by protests against Nicolas Maduro.
Health experts say expanded access to the drug is key for India to achieve its ambitious goal of eliminating TB by 2025.
Chinese special envoy Sun Guoxiang urged Dhaka to resolve the Rohingya row with Myanmar bilaterally but also said Beijing stood ready to help in the matter.
Former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha has been booked for allegedly trying to influence the coal scam probe while in office.
No place is off-limits to tourism, so the industry grows without restriction – but there are ways to curb the environmental damage it does.
Through the current negotiations at the UN on nuclear weapons there is the global opportunity to save the world from the scourge of war.
The Kenya Communication Authority’s new media regulations have raised worries about the government trying to control coverage of the polls.
Rhino horn trade continues to be a highly lucrative business across the world.
A slew of initiatives announced recently aim to revitalise the river as a trade and travel network, but there is a long way to go.
Iranian media have said she was convicted of plotting the “soft overthrow” of Iran’s clerical establishment.
Some 17 million of Yemen’s 26 million people lack sufficient food and at least three million malnourished children are in “grave peril”.
The attorney representing the doctor who was dragged off an ‘overbooked’ United Airlines flight has taken on an American Airlines customer’s case.
In a rare public statement, Sudan directly accused South Sudan’s president of supporting rebel groups indicating an escalation in tensions between the two countries.
Obama has largely stayed out of the public eye since leaving office in January despite efforts by Trump and his administration to undo much of Obama’s legacy
The site of the citadel dates back almost 8000 years and archaeologists have uncovered ancient artefacts, as workers revive it as a tourist spot and museum.
A Philippine army spokesman said the downsizing of the exercises was in response to Duterte’s dislike of war games with Washington.
The navy’s 2017 shipbuilding plan looks to increase the size of the fleet to 308 ships, which will cost $21.2 billion per year to implement over 30 years.
Despite the promises of President Ghani and new laws being enacted, torture of detainees by Afghan security forces is still widespread says UN report.
The state department replaced the post with a statement saying its intention “was to inform the public about where the president has been hosting world leaders.”
The Brexit issue does not appear to have given wings to the Scotland independence movement,.
Richard Burr, a member of the US congress since 1995, called the Russian probe one of the biggest investigations undertaken in congress during his tenure.
The Republican president is at loggerheads with the Democrats who oppose his US-Mexico wall while he offers money in exchange to keep Obamacare going.
Nostalgic Stardew Valley lets Chinese gamers find meaning through chopping wood and growing vegetables, choosing the simple life on the farm over city life.
While 62 fugitives were extradited between 2002 and 2016, 110 fugitives are yet to be extradited although India has made formal requests.
Trump’s policies have not only brought the world to the verge of war, but are also affecting global humanitarian and environmental programmes negatively.