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02/20/2018 09:08 PM
Denis Zvizdic: Bosnia's future lies with Europe, NATO
EU membership will help resolve Bosnia's border issues and bring economic prosperity, says Denis Zvizdic.

02/20/2018 09:03 PM
Abbas calls for international peace conference at UNSC
Palestinian Authority president calls for 'multilateral mechanism' during his speech at United Nations Security Council.

02/20/2018 08:49 PM
Duterte bans Rappler reporters from presidential palace
Journalist group compares Philippine president to 'petulant child' and warns that his action is 'anathema to democracy'.

02/20/2018 08:44 PM
Syrian forces continue bloody offensive in East Ghouta
'Catastrophic' bombardment by Syrian air strikes and artillery fire kills 250 people over the past two days.

02/20/2018 08:17 PM
Can child mortality be reduced?
UN children's agency says world is failing newborn babies with 7,000 deaths every day, mostly from preventable causes.

02/20/2018 08:14 PM
Congo: Thousands flee amid surge in 'horrific violence'
UN warns of 'humanitarian disaster of extraordinary proportions' amid surge of violence in Congo's Tanganyika province.

02/20/2018 08:06 PM
Business, politics and a vote to close Budapest's bars
Government-tied business owners need not worry about closing their bars at midnight after low turnout invalidates vote.

02/20/2018 07:49 PM
Oxfam managers grilled by UK MPs over sex scandal
British MPs are questioning Oxfam about the alleged sexual abuse in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. But others say the problem is wider and deeper than the Haiti incident and involves more aid organisations.

02/20/2018 07:49 PM
First female-led TV station launched in Gaza
The new Taif TV is focused on content for women, from issues of empowerment to lighter matters.

02/20/2018 06:25 PM
Oxfam: 26 new sexual misconduct claims in last 11 days
British charity has received more than two dozen new sexual misconduct allegations since the Haiti scandal broke out.

02/20/2018 05:37 PM
Maldives extends state of emergency by 30 days
Ruling party legislators approve extension of state of emergency on island nation, in a vote opposition says is illegal.

02/20/2018 05:19 PM
Pro-government fighters move into Syria's Afrin
Convoy of 20 vehicles with dozens of fighters enters the besieged Kurdish-held region but met by Turkish artillery.

02/20/2018 04:51 PM
Iran officials find wreckage of deadly plane crash
Iranian officials say they have located the site of a plane crash that killed all 65 people on board last week.

02/20/2018 04:25 PM
Ethiopia: Mass protests 'rooted in country's history'
Ethiopia declared a state of emergency on the heels of mass anti-government rallies. But just who is protesting and why?

02/20/2018 03:10 PM
Mapping Africa's natural resources
An overview of the continent's main natural resources.

02/20/2018 03:09 PM
Concerns over Laos dam's environmental impact
The controversial Don Sahong dam in Laos has people arguing that its environmental impacts have not been studied well enough.

02/20/2018 02:52 PM
Iraqis volunteer to rebuild their war-torn country
In a campaign called 'Lifting the Debris', young Iraqi volunteers are coming together to rebuild Mosul.

02/20/2018 02:52 PM
Syrian National Coalition: Ghouta being 'exterminated'
With humanitarian conditions spiralling out of control, the UN and the Syrian opposition are increasingly alarmed at the situation in Eastern Ghouta under Syrian government and Russian bombardment.

02/20/2018 02:42 PM
Gonabadi Dervish protest leaves 5 dead in Tehran
More than 300 arrests made after five security forces killed in clashes in Tehran involving Sufi Muslims, reports say.

02/20/2018 01:54 PM
Students lead protests against gun violence in US
Young people and their families demand stricter gun control laws after mass shooting at Florida school leaves 17 dead.

02/20/2018 01:25 PM
Unnatural Born Killers: Slaughter of American innocence
What is really at the root of madness of regular gun violence in the United States?

02/20/2018 01:21 PM
Palmreaders: Would you receive emojis on your skin?
Palmreading could take on a whole new meaning with an ultra-thin display and monitor that can be stuck to the body.

02/20/2018 01:16 PM
The rise and fall of Mikheil Saakashvili
The Saakashvili saga exemplifies how easily one can stray from democratic promise to semi-authoritarian rabble rousing.

02/20/2018 01:05 PM
Air Italy expands as UAE-backed Alitalia goes bankrupt
Italian airline carrier Meridiana changed its name to Air Italy with the backing of its new shareholder, Qatar Airways.

02/20/2018 12:29 PM
The Indonesian tribe that rejects technology
The Baduy practice seclusion to protect their ancient traditions, but things are changing.