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Explosions and artillery fire shatter period of relative calm in the capital amid signs of a split in pro-Haftar forces.
The Ogiek people, evicted from the Mau Forest since colonial times, have won a historic battle in African land rights.
Politicians accused of glossing over worsening poverty and child mortality rates blighting Sindh province's Tharparkar.
We ask close ally of newly re-elected President Hassan Rouhani and former prominent Iranian diplomat, Hossein Mousavian.
We reveal struggles facing Canadaâ€™s indigenous people and Muslims, and question whether everything is better in Canada.
All of a sudden, the Philippines is grappling with the spectre of ISIL and, for some, Marcosian authoritarianism.
No reaction from US-led coalition to reports of at least 106 deaths from attack on ISIL-held Al Mayadeen in Deir Az Zor.
The army base in Shah Wali Kot is the Taliban's third major military target this week in Kandahar province.
Twenty-six people, including six policemen, are on trial over a 2015 beach attack that left dozens of tourists dead.
As election campaigning restarts following Manchester attack, UK opposition leader addresses root causes of 'terror'.
At least 26 people are killed and dozens wounded after attack on bus in Minya province, according to state media.
Statue of a sari-clad woman holding scales taken down amid tight security after months of protests by religious groups.
The EU should stop blaming NGOs for saving lives at sea and start tackling the problems that force people to migrate.
Maimane says he was denied entry to the country over his support for a Zambian opposition leader charged with treason.
A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including an attack in Manchester and Trump's first foreign trip.
What does the G7 stand for, who are they key players and what are the potential bust-ups this year?
Tribal leaders in Namibia fight the German government for the return of hundreds of skulls taken for racial experiments.
Exploring Germany's reception of new immigrants and its long-term pursuit of Arab migrants as a demographic strategy.
There are around a half-million Roma in Slovakia, most of whom live in impoverished slums.
Roads flooded and houses buried as Rain-triggered mudslides kill at least 23 people in different parts of Sri Lanka.