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At least 10 killed and 28 others injured after suicide bomber detonates himself in Shia district of al-Jadida.
Seven years ago, 156 people were killed at an anti-government rally. Now Guineans want justice and reconciliation.
Swearing-in ceremony to be held on Tuesday despite criticism from the opposition and members of international community.
Philippine president seeks restoration of capital punishment in his fight against drug traffickers and users.
Speechwriters and a body language expert analyse the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
As with Israel, the Assad regime engages in diplomacy as a fig leaf towards pacification, not peace.
UN body's new report blames air pollution for global "health emergency" killing millions per year.
With millions of Syrian refugee children out of school, a programme in Turkey is offering an alternative.
The choice most decent Americans face in this election is between their legitimate fears and their critical judgment.
Trump paints a picture of an American that isn't working during first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.
US presidential candidates face-off over race, economy and foreign policy in first TV showdown ahead of November's vote.
Much-anticipated debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will cover national security and "America's direction".
Accord brings an end to Latin America's longest-running conflict, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people.
Russian-backed Syrian offensive pounds rebel-held Aleppo with hospitals running out of medicine and health workers.
What are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's biggest strengths and weaknesses?
Massive EU programme will provide refugees with debit cards holding $33.50 a month to use for their daily needs.
Preliminary results show 99.81 percent of voters in Republika Srpska voted in favour of keeping controversial holiday.
Egyptian leader claims criticism against the military is a "ferocious campaign against the state and the armed forces".
As controversy over black American killings intensifies, group to revisit racism's roots through "terror lynchings".
Foot-dragging on sanctions relief jeopardising historic agreement to curtail nuclear weapon production, Tehran says.