As officials and rebels gather in Geneva for more meetings, prospect of war ending fades with ceasefire falling apart.
Two women and North Korean man should be released from prison, embassy officials say, as they dismiss police account.
by Stephanie Ott
by Rachel Shabi
by Jurriaan van Eerten
Dorian Geiger- Pierre Bienaime
Nigerians in S Africa 'living in fear' after attacks
Milo and the hypocrisy behind free speech
Muslims raise $55,000 to fix vandalised Jewish cemetery
After six years of war, low hopes for Syria peace talks
Turkey allows female army officers to wear headscarf
N Korea says Kim Jong-nam murder suspects 'innocent'
Mapping hate: The rise of hate groups in the US
US anti-fascists: 'We can make racists afraid again'
Azerbaijani president appoints wife as vice president
Who got the right to vote when?
by Rachel Shabi
by Rami G Khouri
by AlHakam Shaar–
by Lena Afridi
Horn of Africa is in the grips of a drought that has affected nearly half the popation.
Colourful event in Jeddah comes as Saudi Arabia boosts its entertainment sector amid economic and social reform.
The Mafia Wallitili Festival offered a platform to showcase the frustrations of the country's disillusioned youth.
The strongest winter storm in six years hits the western US seaboard with more rain expected through the weekend.
Syria's Civil War
by Dylan Collins- Zena Tahhan
Soldier who executed a wounded Palestinian has been sentenced to 18 months in jail and a demotion.
by Jonathan Cook
Anas Modamani has taken Facebook to court over false news stories using the photo to link him to 'terrorism'.
Battle for Mosul
The desperate conditions of west Mosul residents are expected to be compounded as Iraqi forces surround the old city.
by Samya Kullab
Occupied West Bank
Five largest funds have more than $8bn invested in companies that do business in Israeli settlements, report shows.
by Nigel Wilson
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