At least 7 demonstrators killed after army dissolves transitional gov’t, detains PM and declares state of emergency.
Afghanistan’s win over Scotland in T20 World Cup gave Afghan people reason for joy and hope after two turbulent months.
The price of truth: Al Jazeera marks 25 dangerous years
Killings, threats and air raids on its bureaus – Al Jazeera looks back on 25 dangerous years of telling the human story.
South Africa cricketer pulls out of team after order to take knee
The decision raised eyebrows as the former captain previously refused to take part in the anti-racism gesture.
How du Plessis became the world’s first blind cricket commentator
Du Plessis was born blind. He lost his father, his biggest fan, last year and is now losing his hearing.
African Union to buy up to 110 million Moderna COVID vaccines
Arrangement brokered in part by White House which will defer delivery of some doses intended for US to facilitate deal.
Indians await WHO nod for homegrown Covaxin shot to travel abroad
Millions complain of travel struggles as vaccine has not been recognised for international travel by several countries.
Sudan coup: Which constitutional articles have been suspended?
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan suspends key provisions of constitutional document governing Sudan’s transitional period.
Ex-South Korean President Roh Tae-woo dies at 88
Key participant in the 1979 coup won the country’s election in December 1987 that was the first move towards democracy.