Competing street protests cap rising tensions between military and civilian factions of Sudan’s transitional gov’t.
Elections have been viewed as a key step in ending a decade of violence and instability in Libya.
Internal docs detail alleged abuses by US immigration agents: HRW
HRW obtained over 160 internal reports, offering a window into allegations of physical, sexual and rights violations.
Canada launches proof-of-vaccination system for travel
The standardized certificate will have a QR code for scanning at airports, train stations and other entry points.
Nigerian separatist leader Kanu denies terrorism charges in court
British citizen Nnamdi Kanu pleads not guilty to seven charges in Abuja court, before case was adjourned to November 10.
Pakistani foreign minister meets Taliban in Afghanistan
Foreign minister’s first visit since the Taliban takeover comes amid border issues affecting movement and trade.
Now hiring: US weekly jobless claims hit 19-month low
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell to a seasonally adjusted 290,000 for the week ended October 16.
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.