Once in office, Trump could veto deal for US to take 1,200 refugees from Australia's offshore prison facilities.
US & Canada
by Patrick Strickland
- Shaghayegh Tajvidi
by Daniel Lak
Politics02 Dec 2016 10:19 GMT
A photo round-up of some of the week's key events, from the death of Cuba's Fidel Castro to a Colombia air crash.
Media01 Dec 2016 21:12 GMT
Doha News says it has been blocked by the Gulf country's two internet service providers - with no reason why.
War & Conflict01 Dec 2016 19:46 GMT
President Kiir says 'no such thing' after UN reports massacres, starvation, gang rape, and destruction of villages.
Human Rights01 Dec 2016 17:25 GMT
Fortify Rights says "systematic violations" have been "overlooked" by Western powers.
South Sudan01 Dec 2016 12:19 GMT
Fighting between government and rebels has seen deliberate starvation, gang rape, and the burning of villages.
Human Rights01 Dec 2016 11:40 GMT
A woman and two men were arrested on Wednesday after police raided clinics and homes on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.
Israel01 Dec 2016 10:36 GMT
Israeli buses remove Arabic-language announcements in southern city of Beersheba after pressure from Jewish residents.
United States01 Dec 2016 09:53 GMT
The FBI is not investigating letters sent to mosques in six more states promising to "cleanse" America of Muslims.
Human Rights01 Dec 2016 07:48 GMT
Starting with #WorldAidsDay, December features Human Rights Day, Christmas and several African independence days.
Science & Technology01 Dec 2016 07:46 GMT
Experts warn expansive new surveillance laws and lax attitudes threaten civil liberties and expose new vulnerabilities.
Australia01 Dec 2016 05:39 GMT
Protesters demanding closure of offshore prison camps abseil down parliament, stopping its proceedings for a second day.
United States30 Nov 2016 21:16 GMT
Protest organisers say group of veterans plan to stand between police and Native Americans against pipeline project.
Human Rights30 Nov 2016 15:31 GMT
Khurram was arrested at his home in Srinagar in September, a day after he was barred from travelling to Switzerland.
Battle for Aleppo30 Nov 2016 13:40 GMT
Civilians fearful as fighting edges closer, with government campaign making advances on rebel-held area.
Women's Rights30 Nov 2016 12:09 GMT
One in four people living in the EU say rape may be justified "under certain circumstances", according to a new report.
by Khaled Diab
by Nadia Barhoum
by Azadeh Shahshahani
by Tallha Abdulrazaq
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