After more than 80 weeks of closure, questions loom over the effect of the shutdown on students and teachers.
Absence of rainfall in Kenya’s north is pushing pastoralists and their livestock to the brink of disaster.
Deal with international public health group will allow generic versions of the drug to be made and sold in 95 countries.
General al-Burhan has defended the military’s seizure of power, saying he dissolved the gov’t to avoid civil war.
Activists say the trial in Rome sends an important message, but none of the high-ranking agents is expected to attend.
Taliban forces and fighters loyal to local leader Ahmad Massoud fight in Afghanistan’s Panjshir Valley.
Group arrives in Afghanistan to discuss restarting Kabul airport operations after it was damaged in recent evacuations.
Some 1,300 people remain missing as severe floods sweep through western Germany and other parts of Europe.
The arrests come as 72 people are killed in six days of rioting and looting following former President Zuma’s jailing.
UN urges calm after Israeli police storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound following Friday prayers.