Sudan’s military leader declares state of emergency, hours after his forces arrested PM Hamdok.
Governments, human rights groups demand release of Sudanese civilian political leaders and reject apparent coup.
‘The only happiness in Afghanistan is cricket’
Afghanistan cricket team will take the field on Monday in the T20 World Cup, its first outing since Taliban takeover.
Amnesty to close two Hong Kong offices, cites security law
Rights group says broadly worded law has made it ‘effectively impossible’ to continue its work in the Chinese territory.
Colombia to extradite Otoniel to the US as soon as possible
US offered $5m bounty for Dairo Antonio Usuga, who Colombia describes as the world’s most dangerous drug trafficker.
Timeline: Sudan’s political situation since al-Bashir’s removal
Armed forces detained PM Hamdok following weeks of pro-democracy and pro-military protests.
‘Kill them all, don’t spare anyone’: A massacre in Burkina Faso
As violence increases across the country, a survivor of an attack in Solhan gives a harrowing account of the bloodshed.