Al Jazeera Media Network
Updated: 30 min 18 sec ago
Interim prime minister made the announcement on Saturday following his meeting with leaders of Pakatan Harapan alliance.
Veteran filmmaker remains wanted in the United States for the statutory rape of a 13-year-old girl in 1977.
WHO warning comes after Nigeria records first case in sub-Saharan Africa, as number of cases worldwide surpass 83,000.
Ruling represents a vindication of Trump directive for current, ex-officials to defy Congress requests on impeachment.
The ruling deals the Trump administration a major setback, even if it proves temporary.
Whistle-blower reportedly alleges health workers assisted US coronavirus evacuees without training or protective gear.
The collision occurred around 500km from the port city of Karachi on Friday.
House panel launches probe into the Justice Department's handling of the case of Trump ally Roger Stone.
Turkish officials were quoted as saying Ankara won't stop Syrian refugees who want to cross border points into the EU.
The Iraqi government is banning large public gatherings in a bid to fight the spread of coronavirus.
China's Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang has his career ended for breaking anti-doping rules.
NATO has held an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis in Idlib.
Residents are in limbo, fearing for their lives and angry at the UN for not doing more to help.
Flights also suspended after Mitiga airport, the only functioning airport in Tripoli, was attacked.
Questions about belonging have overshadowed Iqra Ismail's footballing career, so she uses her experience to help others.
Ethiopia's controversial dam project in progress as talks with Egypt stumble yet again.
Both presidents seek to 'normalise situation' as international concern grows over killing of 33 Turkish troops in Idlib.
Migrants' stories of survival jump to the big screen at this year's Berlin Film Festival.
As Syria-Turkey tension intensifies, Greek PM increases border security as 'no illegal entries will be tolerated'.
The hearing was to focus on dealings with Iran and Iraq, but many of the questions centred on the coronavirus.