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The Federation of Arab Journalists calls for the release of Mahmoud Hussein, who was detained by Egypt on December 20.
Leader of 22 years who for weeks refused to cede power likely headed into exile, mediators say.
Adama Barrow says he wants to 'get the facts together' regarding possible crimes of outgoing president Yahya Jammeh.
Tens of thousands march in US capital Washington, DC, as solidarity protests take place in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Ligue 1 to investigate after Italian striker Mario Balotelli accuses Bastia fans of making monkey noises as he played.
When the American dream turns into a nightmare come true.
Far-right leaders from Germany, France, Italy and elsewhere gather in German city of Koblenz amid demonstrations.
Argentina's vice president talks 'false' corruption claims, economic woes and Panama Papers allegations.
Deadly blasts hits camp with 85,000 displaced people just days ahead of peace talks in Kazakhstan.
Will the White House press corps fall in line or fight back with adversarial journalism? Plus, Obama's media legacy.
Can the World Economic Forum - or new President Trump - make a difference to the growing global wealth imbalance?
Today, women in Washington will be marching for policies that would benefit both women and men.
UK scientists say a first-ever long-term study shows popular weed-killer Roundup caused severe liver damage in rats.
Rights groups say blasphemy allegations against disappeared activists aimed at silencing dissent for good.
Security forces engaged 'terrorists' in a firefight with suspects who later detonated explosives in the city of Jeddah.
Coach carrying Hungarian students crashed and caught fire near the city of Verona in Italy.
Culture Minister Cho Yoon-sun accused of helping target artists critical of impeached President Park Geun-hye.
Changes, subject to a referendum, are to expand president's powers as head of executive while abolishing prime ministry.
Recent Karak siege was just the latest setback to an industry in flux.
In many areas, Palestinians received only three hours of electricity at a time, punctuated by 12-hour blackouts.