Jennifer Robinson speaks to Al Jazeera about the trial and what the future may hold for Assange, who is in poor health.
Removing Sudan from the list would pave way for the country to be relieved of debt and attract foreign investment.
Indian administration seals office of Kashmir Times, causing outrage from journalists in the disputed region.
At least 178,000 homes submerged and nearly 7,000 hectares of crop impacted.
Peter Madsen, an inventor who murdered journalist Kim Wall in 2017, stopped by police near a prison.
Days of fighting in Helmand prompt mass displacement and raise doubts about prospects for peace despite ongoing talks.
Colombia, Mexico and Peru are expected to reach a million-case milestone in the coming weeks.
Rival concedes as Evo Morales’s party celebrates big comeback that could further polarise the nation.
How a mass lynching and the people re-enacting it are forcing the US to confront the truth of its past and its present.
European countries tighten COVID-19 curbs as WHO urges nations to enforce quarantine measures to contain new surges.
Fearing espionage, the US has been pressuring European governments to review the role of Chinese firms in 5G networks.
Kyrgyzstan’s acting president and prime minister discusses plan moving forward following the country’s political crisis.
An Indian army statement said the soldier, Corporal Wang Ya Long, was apprehended inside Indian-administered Ladakh.
US drugmaker’s CEO says Washington could approve vaccine for emergency use in December, Wall Street Journal reports.
Early vote totals are historically not a good predictor of the outcome of the presidential race.
Officials tell Reuters Indonesia turned down a US request to allow its P-8 Poseidon planes to land and refuel there.
It has taken me years to speak up and speak out in the hope that others might find strength to voice their own stories.
Moscow sells weapons to Armenia and Azerbaijan but has also led attempts for a truce.
Opposition leader declares victory before release of official results, but electoral authorities call statement ‘void’.
Regional bloc’s response has fallen short because of lack of leadership, failure to grasp gravity of rights abuses.
Investors are concerned that a contested US election result could lead to volatile prices in stocks and other assets.
Airlines argue pre-departure virus tests crucial to get people travelling safely again.
Children doing hazardous work has gone up in the world’s top coca producers, a US government study found.
Chinese corporate leaders say they do not see much difference in policies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden towards China.
Security camera footage shows the woman throwing her young kids off a bridge in an act of revenge against her husband.
US-based electric carmaker says it will start shipping entry-level Model 3 from Shanghai factory to Europe this month.
Iran says it will sell weapons to countries that ‘won’t misuse them’ and will employ them strictly for defence purpose.
A carbon-rich asteroid named Bennu could contain new information about life on Earth – and elsewhere.
President battles for support in southwest state he needs to win but where polls show challenger Joe Biden has a lead
Judge rules there is a public interest to see Maxwell’s 2016 deposition on relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin talked for 53 minutes in the latest stimulus saga.
The clock is winding down on Washington to overcome its partisan differences and pass a new virus relief aid package.
Concerns grow as bitter dispute between Abiy Ahmed’s federal government and Tigray regional leaders intensifies.
Donald Trump won a race there in 2016; now Joe Biden hopes to win back disaffected Democratic voters.
US allegations about retired General Salvador Cienfuegos’s links to drug traffickers have rattled Mexico.
Arakan Army says it abducted three candidates of Aung San Suu Kyi’s party ahead of November 8 election.
US high court to determine legality of ‘Remain in Mexico’ and funding for Trump’s border wall in 2021.
Economic havoc wrought by the pandemic could push struggling Americans out of the banking system, watchdog group warns.
The world’s largest digital currency rose as much as 3.4 percent on Monday to about $11,835.
Gov’t says it is offering scheme to allow children of summarily executed men to claim 5,000 euros ($5,890) compensation.
The fintech firm plans to list simultaneously in Hong Kong and on Shanghai’s STAR Market in weeks, Reuters reports.
US accuses alleged GRU officials of cyberattacks on the Olympic Games, US businesses and French election.
Another wave of the coronavirus could clobber crude demand and depress prices once again.