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Protesters march across the country to protest against government plans to change labour law, scrap social benefits.
Iran was never found to have directly supported the September 11 hijack plot, while questions about Saudi's role linger.
Saudi crown prince is reported to have boasted that he has Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner in his pocket.
The Yemeni central bank has announced it is closing because it has run out of money.
The US president's move is seen as a direct shot in a brewing trade war between the world's two biggest economies.
Accumulation of plastic waste in Pacific is bigger than France, Germany and Spain combined, according to a new study.
The reforms will open up the rail network to foreign investors and scrap the special status given to rail workers.
The announcement that Saif al-Islam is planning to run for president has prompted mixed reactions within Libya.
For CA, the Kenyan election was a revenue stream. For Kenyans, it was life or death. Shouldn't some things be sacred?
Prosecutors allege Savchenko planned to attack Ukrainian parliament building with guns and grenades.
Tanya Gersh has accused Anglin of stirring up an online, anti-Semitic 'troll storm' against her and her family.
Lee Myung-bak is the latest leader to face corruption allegations, a year after former president Park was detained.
A Lebanese-American businessman, George Nader, is said to have been working for over a year to win influence in the Republican National Committee.
Explosion hits busy road outside popular hotel in central Mogadishu.
A parliamentary group is drafting revised rules and recommendations to change existing inheritance laws.
The global water crisis is being keenly felt in one of the world's largest capitals.
Thousands of children go missing or are abandoned each year in Pakistan. But one charity is determined to save them.
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, Aung San Suu Kyi has drawn condemnation for her handling of the Rohingya crisis.
Prominent playwright, effectively exonerated by a military investigative judge, discusses reversal of legal fortune.
Leobardo Vazquez Atzin, 42, is the fourth journalist to be killed this year, raising concerns regarding media freedom.