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Six years on, a young Palestinian reflects on coming of age in one of the world's most contested cities.
The Cuban president addressed the nation from near the crash site to reassure them that rescue and investigation efforts were under way.
Saudi authorities detained seven women's rights defenders since May 15, Human Rights Watch says.
Investigate Australia's offshore processing of asylum seekers by chatting to those at the heart of the story.
Shia leader cannot become PM as he did not run in the polls, but the victory puts him in a good negotiating position.
At least eight people killed in bomb attack on Ramadan night-time cricket tournament in eastern Afghanistan.
Venezuelans will head to the polls on May 20 to elect a new president and representatives for the state councils.
Using stand-up comedy as a way to address stereotypes, a group in Istanbul finds humour in bleak experiences.
Turkish president tells IOC leaders that Israel must be held accountable for the killing of Palestinians in Gaza Strip.
Why do so many Palestinians believe Arab nations are not doing enough to end their plight?
With the main opposition parties boycotting the polls, President Nicolas Maduro poised for re-election despite a low approval rating.
Boeing 737 carrying 104 passengers and nine crew crashes near Jose Marti airport, state media says.
West Bank residents, who are usually denied entry, arrive at al-Aqsa mosque in first Friday of the Muslim holy month.
Student taken into custody after opening fire in Santa Fe High School, causing deaths and injuries.
UN Human Rights Council decides to urgently dispatch investigators to probe Israel's killing of Palestinians in Gaza.
Sergei Skripal would not have survived if a military-grade agent had been used, says Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Handbags stuffed with cash, a number of jewellery items and hundreds of expensive purses were among items seized from apartment units and homes owned by former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak's family, during the second night of police raids in
UN Human Rights Council decides to urgently dispatch experts to probe Israel's killing of Palestinians in Gaza.
World Health Organization has called for an emergency meeting to decide whether the virus is likely to spread internationally.
Almir Kapic has become a national example in Bosnia of what an underdog can achieve with hard work despite the odds.