Competing street protests cap rising tensions between military and civilian factions of Sudan’s transitional gov’t.
Officials from key regional powers attend event seeking to shore up polls planned for December.
EU summit loads pressure on Poland over rule of law
Leaders urge defiant Polish PM to fall back into line, hoping dialogue will stave off a fundamental crisis.
WeWork goes public again two years after failed debut
WeWork started trading on the NYSE on Thursday after forging a deal with a special purposes acquisition company.
Bosnia’s political crisis: What you should know, in 600 words
Milorad Dodik, the Serb member of Bosnia’s tripartite presidency, is making moves that some fear could lead to conflict.
Man charged with UK lawmaker’s murder felt ‘affiliated to ISIL’
Ali Harbi Ali, who is accused of killing MP David Amess, has been charged with murder and preparing ‘terrorism’.
Four-star Romanian general tasked with forming government
Nicolae Ciuca, the country’s defence minister and an Iraqi war veteran, now needs to get a nod from Parliament.
Commercial real estate market in low-Earth orbit heats up
NASA got a third pitch, this one from Voyager Space Holdings Inc, to build a private station to replace an existing lab.
Benin’s parliament votes to legalise abortion
Under the new law, women can terminate a pregnancy within the first three months under certain conditions.