Syrian state TV reports 14 military personnel killed, several others wounded in attack during morning rush hour.
Female Nigerians arrested during protests against police brutality remain traumatised while waiting for justice.
Oxford professors abused position with sexist and drunken conduct
Al Jazeera investigation reveals how some of Britain’s top universities fail to protect students from sexual misconduct.
Xinjiang’s ‘architecture of repression’ targets Muslim Uighurs
Australian think tank urges probe in China’s Xinjiang following allegations of Uighur repression.
Floods, landslides kill more than 100 in India and Nepal
Several days of enormous flooding and devastating landslides sweep away roads and houses in the two nations.
Japan’s Mt Aso erupts, people warned to stay away
No immediate reports of casualties, damage after the volcano spewed plumes of ash 3.5km high.
Brazil’s Bolsonaro should face COVID charges: Senate inquiry
Draft report says president was ‘principally responsible’ for errors over pandemic that cost thousands of lives.
China lights Olympic flame ahead of 2022 Beijing Games
The flame travelled to the Chinese capital in a red lantern designed in the likeness of a Han Dynasty tomb artefact.