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Ted Cruz unveils first political ad against Beto O'Rourke, who Democrats believe could beat the unpopular incumbent.
Two women share their stories of how they peacefully protested during both Intifadas and challenged Israel's occupation.
British police say substance used has been identified but will not be communicated to public at this stage.
When the rest of the world is talking about #MeToo, in the South Asian nation the conversation feels like a non-starter.
The armed group has yet to respond to the request - which would pave the way for them to eventually be recognised as a political party. But not all Afghans are happy for Ghani to pursue peace at any cost.
Doshi's architectural work is “poetic and functional.”
As ruling party welcomes Gulf royal, protesters and opposition politicians call on prime minister to challenge kingdom.
Protesters will live in tents erected at the nearest point from the border with Israel.
Dresden's high court sentences seven members of the Freital Group to between five and 10 years for attempted murder.
Palestinians slam new 'breach of loyalty' legislation as 'extremely racist' and a violation of international law.
As fighting and shelling continues near front lines, residents make their way to Douma in centre of the besieged suburb.
Inspirational quotes about fighting prejudice from Mary Kom, Miriam Makeba, Angelique Kidjo and Ida B Wells.
Regional interference is the most significant obstacle to a sustainable peace and prosperous future in Libya.
Egyptian official: 'We want to stop terrorists from communicating.'
Pierre Sioufi may be gone, but his legacy will continue to inspire courage in Egypt and beyond.
UK should no longer supply arms to Riyadh, opposition leader says in lead-up to Saudi crown prince's visit to London.
Trump: Gary 'did a superb job'.
UN Human Rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein says the Syrian government's offensive in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta cannot be justified.
It is Turkey's 'natural right' to ask the US to halt such moves.
UN Human Rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein says perpetrators of 'these crimes' will be held to account.