Al-Shabab claims Kenya bus passenger killings
Somali group says 28 non-Muslim passengers shot on board bus in Mandera in revenge for police raids on Mombasa mosques.
Shia fighters reject AQAP claim, as they surround the governor's home in the predominantly Sunni province of Maarib.
Women and children killed in military action and bodies of suspected ISIL shootings discovered, all in Anbar province.
Opposition group vows to boycott first election since a 2011 uprising was crushed by the Gulf nation's Sunni rulers.
Foreign minister says sanctions imposed over Ukraine conflict aim to destroy Russian economy and cause public unrest.
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
Presidential candidate Slim Riahi's drive to expand his political influence through money and media has drawn criticism.
Pakistani military has claimed 'complete control' over the region, but the bloodshed continues.
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The media war in Syria is putting truth under pressure. And, Tunisian media's obsession with terrorism.
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Iraq's former National Security Adviser Mowaffak al-Rubaie debates ISIL strategy, sectarianism, and the nation's crisis.
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.
Tosa Maidan in India-administered Kashmir cleared of shells used by army in drills, but victims await compensation.
Mount Nyiragongo is reopening to the public, allowing visitors to climb the peak and see the world's biggest lava lake.
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.
Meal time across Tokyo public schools is an event, not just an opportunity to fill the stomach.
Interim President Michel ?Kafando officially takes over from Colonel Isaac Zida, who briefly ruled after military coup.
Hundreds of wordsmiths have turned out for the Scrabble world championships in London.
Kidnapping of general by FARC rebels brings into focus plight of people in the poor region of Choco.
Tunisians on Sunday will vote to elect a new president from a field of multiple candidates.
A photographic exploration of the power of yoga to unite people across cultural and physical divides.
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