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Is US self-perception as do-gooding global superhero starting to fade?
We speak to the ex-Mossad chief about the prospect of a two-state solution, Israeli politics and his time in the Mossad.
Conditions rapidly deteriorate as city completely surrounded by Iraqi government forces and militias, aid groups say.
From economics, to health, to venturing into public spaces, Palestinian women feel their security is often at risk.
Asad Durrani, former head of Pakistan's ISI, debates Michael Flynn, former head of the US Defense Intelligence Agency.
Public health agency says cancelling or moving the Olympic Games will "not significantly alter the spread of the virus".
Riot police sent in and pepper spray fired as presumptive presidential nominee speaks in city close to Mexican border.
Riyadh accuses Iranian officials of walking out of talks despite offers for "solutions" to Tehran's demands.
Footage of special forces wearing YPG patches on their uniforms angered Ankara, which called US 'two-faced".
Arrest warrants issued after men rape teenage girl in Rio de Janeiro and put footage online.
96-year-old doctor says he has demonstrated the technique many times, but had never before used it on a choking person.
We speak with an ex-Mossad chief and debate the US-Pakistan relationship with former heads of intelligence gathering.
US president pays tribute to victims of nuclear attack but stops short of apologising for America's role.
MSF "terribly concerned" about civilians caught in crossfire as ISIL battles rebels near closed Turkish border.
UNESCO removes mentions of climate change impact on Great Barrier Reef in report upon government's request.
Villagers ask who exactly was responsible for attacks by South Sudanese tribesmen that left 208 people dead.
Controversial mayor, known as The Punisher, gets over 16 million votes after campaign pledge to kill criminals.
Avi Gabbay quits as environment minister in protest against ultranationalist politician's induction as defence minister.
UNHCR reports sharp rise in number of Iraqi refugees fleeing Mosul to Syria's Hasakah province.
Russians know that access to the Mediterranean means access to the world.