Heavy rainfall and flash floods have inundated South Sudanese refugee camps in Sudan, displacing thousands again.
The first ceremony of its kind was held in northeastern India as part of an anti-poaching drive to mark World Rhino Day.
The total number of COVID-19 cases in Idlib province has more than doubled since the beginning of August.
Molten rock flowed towards the sea, closing in on a densely populated part of the Spanish island.
Violent protests break out in Australian city after authorities imposed vaccine mandates on construction workers.
The race in Ingall, northern Niger, is a highlight of a three-day nomad festival that attracts far-flung herders.
US authorities have moved 3,300 migrants since Friday from Texas after nearly 15,000 migrants camped near border.
Lava flows destroy houses and threaten more areas, prompting authorities in La Palma to evacuate thousands of residents.
Brazen jailbreak with utensils has put spoons in the spotlight at Palestinian rallies.
Protesters angry at the Tunisian president’s seizure of broad powers faced off against his supporters.
A month after Taliban takeover, signs of 20-year occupation still visible, including evidence of humiliating exit by US.
First private SpaceX flight reaches orbit with two contest winners, a healthcare worker and their rich sponsor on board.
No casualties reported, but local authorities say rains caused significant damage to homes and infrastructure.
Fighters occupy glitzy Kabul mansion of one of their fiercest enemies: strongman and fugitive ex-VP Abdul Rashid Dostum.