Letter hand delivered to European Union by British ambassador, triggering two-year countdown to EU exit.
by Zena Tahhan
by Tareq Baconi
by Hamza Mohamed
by Alok Putul
Syria's Civil War
by Mariya Petkova
Arab Summit opens in Jordan amid regional turmoil
Gaza: Israel's war drums are getting louder
Stories from The Gambia's notorious Mile 2 Prison
Will the fall of Raqqa put an end to ISIL in Syria?
Turkish state lender executive detained in US
Celebrating Yahya Jammeh in his birthplace
Bodies of missing UN workers found in DRC
Obama-era online privacy rule overturned by Congress
Sexual assault in Japan: 'Every girl was a victim'
by Ali Saad
by Metin Gurcan
by Remi Piet
by Belkis Wille
What happens when a child escapes their traffickers and should they ever be returned to the families who sold them?
Palestinians poured into the streets on Saturday for the funeral of Mazen Faqha.
A photographic journey through modern-day Vietnam.
From floods in Peru and fighting in Mosul to Nowruz celebrations, here is the week in photos.
The summit will do little to end the conflicts in the region, analysts say.
by Zena Tahhan
Palestinians are petitioning Israeli courts against a law that forces them to lease their lands to Israeli settlers.
by Nigel Wilson
Israel is entertaining another round of fighting on the besieged strip.
Unless there is an effective transition of power and a legitimate government in place, ISIL will continue to exist.
War & Conflict
Maimuna Aghliw tells of normal day in the Libyan city of Misrata, peppered with hints of a war nearby.
by Maimuna Aghliw
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