Iran: Nuclear deal impossible before deadline
Iran and six main powers involved in Vienna talks are discussing possibility of extending Sunday night deadline.
Officials say bomber targeted volleyball tournament match attended by large crowd in province bordering Pakistan.
Turnout estimated at above 50 per cent in vote marking first democratic transfer of power in country’s modern history.
Russian president says isolation of nation over Ukraine crisis "impossible", despite US threat of more sanctions.
Bill seen as intensifying discrimination against Arabs residing in occupied territories, to be referred to Knesset next.
Shunning white-collar jobs, young entrepreneurs are reclaiming and rebuilding the country's agricultural sector.
Violence-hit US town on tenterhooks ahead of decision on indicting white police officer who killed unarmed black teen.
Brian Heffernan
Young Tunisians discuss the role they can play in their country's fledgling democracy ahead of presidential election.
Wildlife numbers falling rapidly, but a controversial new ban on hunting seeks to protect Albania's animals.
Historic grant of work authorisation for undocumented migrants a game changer for the American labour market.
E. Tammy Kim
While hosting the World Internet Conference, China tries Tiananmen activist for leaking 'state secrets' to US website.
Many of the 4,300 Sri Lankan Tamils now in Malaysia continue to live in the shadow of their country's civil war.
Amid historic drought in the US state, thieves are diverting water from tanks, wells and streams.
Haya El Nasser
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Iraq's former National Security Adviser Mowaffak al-Rubaie debates ISIL strategy, sectarianism, and the nation's crisis.
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In the US state of Colorado, marijuana is being used to help children suffering from epileptic seizures.
Nepal's government launches a $20m beautification project for the capital ahead of the South Asian summit.
Buffalo starts its clear up operation after recent blizzards, as residents prepare for flooding.
Authorities in Dongguan city have attempted to eradicate the world's oldest profession, but it still survives.
Recent violence in the holy city finds roots in Israel's policy of 'collective punishment', critics say.
Artworks created during two months of pro-democracy rallies in territory's major districts may end up in galleries.
After rejecting US help in 2008, the government has been trying to counter illicit cocaine production on its own terms.
Many among the million-plus refugees wonder whether, with their new lives and jobs, they will be going back some day.
UN seeks probe into alleged sexual assault of hundreds by troops apparently while searching for missing colleague.
Residents along Israel border say despite taking refuge in "ceasefire zone", they still face government bombardment.
Global writers and artists gather for the Hay Literature Festival, where previously censored books are now on sale.
Women in rural communities who previously suffered stigma of widowhood in silence, find solace in solidarity.
Interim President Michel ?Kafando officially takes over from Colonel Isaac Zida, who briefly ruled after military coup.
A photographic exploration of the power of yoga to unite people across cultural and physical divides.
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