Gaza

Gaza protests: All the latest updates

Since protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have killed at least 140 Palestinians in the besieged coastal enclave.

Gaza protests: All the latest updates

Middle East

Hamas: Deal reached with Israel to restore calm in Gaza

Deal comes after 4 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier were killed in latest violence near fence between Gaza and Israel

Hamas: Deal reached with Israel to restore calm in Gaza

Middle East

Hamas: Kushner and Greenblatt spokespeople for Israeli occupation

Palestinian officials say the US has lost its regional standing and credibility because of its Middle East policies.

Hamas: Kushner and Greenblatt spokespeople for Israeli occupation

Africa

Ethiopian parliament approves amnesty for political prisoners

New law makes it possible to grant amnesty for crimes against the constitution and involvement in armed struggle.

Ethiopian parliament approves amnesty for political prisoners

United States

Seventeen dead after boat capsizes in US

Two amphibious boats were on Table Rock Lake when a storm hit, officials say, one returned to shore safely.

Tourist boat capsizes in Missouri killing 17

Syria's War

Rebels start evacuating Quneitra after giving up fight

Evacuation comes as UN calls for safe passage for estimated 140,000 civilians displaced by fighting in southwest Syria.

Syria's war: Evacuation of rebels from Quneitra begins

US & Canada

Cartoonist Rob Rogers fired after drawings criticising Trump

Have the US president's attacks on the media resulted in newspapers censoring themselves?

Privacy & Surveillance

Medical data of 1.5 million Singaporeans, including PM, stolen

Cyber attackers steal information from the database of SingHealth, the country's largest group of healthcare providers.

Medical data of 1.5 million Singaporeans, including PM, stolen

Africa

Mali's challenging, high-stakes election

The incumbent president hopes to win a second term, but his competition is strong and the list of voter demands long.

Europe

Turkey and the Netherlands resume full diplomatic ties

The two countries normalise bilateral relations after diplomatic row last year ahead of Turkish referendum.

Turkey and the Netherlands resume full diplomatic ties

Africa

Ethiopia or Eritrea? Border community fears split

Peace process means Irob community could be rent in two with some ending up in Eritrea and others remaining in Ethiopia.

Ethiopia or Eritrea? Border community fears split

Middle East

Qatari players banned from a regional chess championship in UAE

The blockade of Qatar is check-mating its chess players.