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08/20/2018 09:59 PM
Human rights chief expresses fear over possible UN 'collapse'
UN permanent-member states running 'too much of the business', Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein says.

08/20/2018 09:53 PM
Venezuela rolls out new currency amid rampant hyperinflation
Maduro slashes five zeros off country's crippled currency, a move critics say will only make things worse.

08/20/2018 09:00 PM
Cambodia rights activist freed from jail after pardon
Activists, opposition welcome royal pardon of award-winning land rights defender Tep Vanny after two years in prison.

08/20/2018 08:15 PM
South Africa: What will the fallout be from fraud inquiry?
A judicial investigation into alleged government corruption in South Africa has begun.

08/20/2018 08:05 PM
ISIL claims attacks on security forces in Russia's Chechnya
At least five assailants reported killed and several police wounded in a string of attacks claimed by ISIL.

08/20/2018 07:42 PM
French energy giant Total quits lucrative Iran gas project
Company says it's exiting deal after it failed to secure a sanctions waiver from US authorities.

08/20/2018 06:56 PM
Turkey: Shots fired at US embassy in Ankara amid deepening row
No casualties reported after assailants fire gunshots at embassy's security office during a drive-by shooting.

08/20/2018 06:43 PM
Heron Gate mass eviction: 'We never expected this in Canada'
About 150 homes in one of Ottawa's most diverse and affordable communities are expected to be torn down in coming months

08/20/2018 06:13 PM
Research group launches online database of accused Irish clergy
Ahead of Pope Francis' visit to Ireland, list names clergy convicted or credibly accused of sexually abusing children.

08/20/2018 05:30 PM
Ugandan police clash with opposition protesters
Officers fire tear gas, live rounds at anti-government demonstrators seeking release of detained politicians.

08/20/2018 04:07 PM
Spain: Police shoot dead knife attacker near Barcelona
Attack took place just days after anniversary of twin assaults that killed 16 people in the Catalonia region.

08/20/2018 03:33 PM
The problem with Cyril Ramaphosa's friendly visit to Kinshasa
As the leader of South Africa, Ramaphosa has a responsibility to stand up to the likes of Joseph Kabila across Africa.

08/20/2018 03:16 PM
Trump administration struggling to find deported parents
US president's government fails to comply with court order to reunite families after hundreds of children were detained for crossing border.

08/20/2018 03:00 PM
Lebanese FM: No reason for Syria refugees to stay in Lebanon
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov accuses the West of pressuring the UN to stay away from reconstruction efforts in Syria.

08/20/2018 02:17 PM
Worst drought in decades grips two-thirds of Afghanistan
Severe drought threatens to cause food shortages for up to two million people across country in six months' time.

08/20/2018 02:02 PM
State of emergency declared in Alagoas after drought
Hundreds of thousands in Brazil's Alagoas state suffer from water shortages.

08/20/2018 01:37 PM
Trump's secret cabal on Iran at the State Department
Why did the Trump administration create an "Iran Action Group"?

08/20/2018 01:23 PM
Saudi Arabia accused by its neighbours of politicising Hajj
Riyadh has been accused of using the annual pilgrimage to Mecca as a tool of pressure in its foreign politics.

08/20/2018 01:18 PM
Constitutional court ratifies President Keita's election win
Top court's verdict clears the way for Keita to begin his second five-year term on September 4.

08/20/2018 01:07 PM
Lana Del Rey slammed for ignoring BDS calls to not play in Israel
In tweet responding to fan, singer said she wanted to 'shift the energetic vibration of a location for the higher good'.

08/20/2018 12:44 PM
Kerala floodwater starts to recede, as fear of disease spreads
The worst monsoon flooding in a century has left hundreds dead and upwards of a million people displaced.

08/20/2018 12:13 PM
Separated by war, Korean families meet after decades apart
Six-day reunion, hosted in North Korea, is the first time most of 150-plus people meet family from across the border.

08/20/2018 12:05 PM
Greece graduates from EU bailout, but needs work
Austerity measures have brought some important results and the budget has been balanced, but dark clouds may loom.

08/20/2018 11:39 AM
Hajj 2018 in pictures
More than two million Muslims from around the world are taking part in this year's Hajj pilgrimage.

08/20/2018 11:36 AM
Saudi Arabia 'to build oil port' in Yemen's al-Mahra: sources
Letter addressed to a Saudi official suggests the kingdom plans to establish an oil port in Yemen's al-Mahra province.