Italian PM says he will step down after voters rejected his constitutional reform plan.
by Sumi Somaskanda
Syria's Civil War
by Riham Alkousaa
by Katie Arnold
by Barbara Bibbo
US & Canada
Patrick Strickland- Shaghayegh Tajvidi
Bilal Abdul Kareem
Arts & Culture
Fake US embassy in Ghana shut down
Who's conning whom in Donald Trump's America
Italian PM Renzi vows to resign after referendum defeat
Suspected Russian jets bomb Idlib, dozens killed
US army halts North Dakota pipeline project
Green Party changes strategy in Pennsylvania recount
How Facebook hurt the Syrian Revolution
A brief history of war and drugs: From Vikings to Nazis
Lehava: Israel's 'racist lynch mobs' attacking Arabs
Death toll in California warehouse fire rises to 30
by Mark LeVine
by Kara Alaimo
by Ahmed Rashid
A photo round-up of some of the week's key events, from the death of Cuba's Fidel Castro to a Colombia air crash.
Young Iranians are creating startups with unprecedented success.
Romania's countryside people - far from the promises that came with each elections
Thousands gathered at Atanasio Girardot Stadium in Medellin to pay tribute to players of the Brazilian football club.
Battle for Jerusalem
The far-right group stokes hatred and incites followers to violence against Palestinians, say analysts
by Jonathan Cook
Teachers and aid organisations believe the attacks on schools are deliberate.
A Nablus school that won a $1m reading award hopes to get children off smartphones to read books.
by Sheren Khalel
Battle for Mosul
Nimrud is one of many archaeological treasures in Iraq which has suffered under ISIL control.
by John Beck
US 'security' aid to the Palestinian Authority is keeping Palestinians occupied.
by Alaa Tartir
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