Sudan’s military leader declares state of emergency, hours after his forces arrested Hamdok.
Governments, human rights groups demand release of Sudanese civilian political leaders and reject apparent coup.
Living with Lupus: Learning to love and listen to my body
‘After I was run over by a truck, the strange symptoms that had always ebbed and flowed were finally diagnosed.’
Facebook failing to check hate speech, fake news in India: Report
Leaked documents show social media company is selective in curbing inflammatory posts, particularly anti-Muslim content.
A Mongolian coal miner struggles to survive as a ban on the use of raw coal takes effect.
Pakistan releases hundreds of TLP activists as protest continues
Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan members released as protest by far-right group demanding chief’s release enters fourth day.
‘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.
From: Planet SOS
We travel across Europe from fire-devastated Greece, to the plundered forests of Romania and the coalfields of Poland.
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.