Australia, China, Malaysia say search was unable to solve one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.
by Barbara Bibbo
by Patrick Strickland- Anealla Safdar
by Faras Ghani
Poverty & Development
Afghan asylum seekers resort to sex work in Athens
Istanbul club attack suspect caught
Europe 'astonished' by Trump's NATO comments
What is Russia's endgame in Libya?
Oxfam: Eight men are as rich as half the world
UK: PM to rule out 'half-in' EU deal in Brexit speech
In the name of Ram: Tattoos in India's Dalit community
Death toll in Yemen conflict passes 10,000
'Chess helps you with life and thinking'
'Greece is not a safe place to live for refugees'
by Rabia Mehmood
by Richard Javad Heydarian
by Jason Nichols
by Alastair Sloan
After being denied access to temples, some Dalits began tattooing the name of the Hindu god Ram on their face and body.
More than 6,400 refugees and migrants are stuck in Serbia due to European Union's closed borders.
From protests in Palestine to death of former Iranian president and fire in Philippines, here is the week in pictures.
A newly discovered route through Lithuania's eastern border opens gateway into Western Europe for migrants and refugees.
Haftar met with Russian officials in an effort to secure military support that would prepare for his control of Libya.
Ending the agreement would lead to 'unfathomable consequences' throughout the region, International Crisis Group says.
by Megan O'Toole
The latest revelations throw a glimmer of light on the systemic corruption in Israel, analysts say.
by Jonathan Cook
A half-century of Israeli occupation is not going to be meaningfully addressed by international meetings.
by Mouin Rabbani
Battle for Aleppo
UNESCO representatives are expected in Damascus next week to discuss ways of salvaging Aleppo's heritage.
by India Stoughton
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