Conservative politician David Amess has been stabbed to death by a man who walked into his meeting with constituents.
Pressure mounts on France to recognise the 1961 Paris massacre of Algerians as a ‘state crime’.
For Canadian-Pakistani filmmaker, Karachi is both muse and escape
Hamza Bangash is one of the most exciting filmmaking voices in Pakistan, intently capturing a nation in transformation.
Ex-Taliban commander pleads not guilty to killing US troops
Haji Najibullah, charged in relation to 2008 attack on US troops in Afghanistan, says accusations are ‘incorrect’.
US plans to reinstate Trump-era ‘Remain in Mexico’ asylum policy
Immigration advocates say the programme exposes migrants to violence and kidnappings in dangerous Mexican border cities.
US: FDA health panel endorses booster jab for J&J’s COVID vaccine
Health officials are now recommending Americans get booster jabs of the Pfizer, Moderna and J&J coronavirus vaccines.
Beirut armed clashes rattle distressed residents
After hours-long battles in Lebanese capital, residents struggle to cope with compounded trauma.
Russia says warship chased US destroyer away from its waters
Defence Ministry says Russian naval warship approached US destroyer USS Chafee to force it out of area.
US to lift curbs on vaccinated foreign travellers beginning Nov 8
White House says pandemic restrictions barring entry to the US will be lifted for fully vaccinated foreign nationals.