James Reinl

James Reinl

Jamal Khashoggi

Call for justice in the US one year after Khashoggi's murder

Fiancee of murdered journalist says Saudi crown prince's statement on 2018 killing 'pure political manoeuvre'.

Call for justice in the US one year after Khashoggi's murder

Iran

US hits Chinese firms in 'max pressure' campaign on Iran

US will teach foreign governments trading with Iran breaches American sanctions and comes at a cost, Mike Pompeo says.

US hits Chinese firms in 'max pressure' campaign on Iran

Jamal Khashoggi

Protesters demand 'Justice for Jamal' outside MBS charity event

The Misk Foundation NYC event was dogged by controversy from the onset, with a venue cancellation, speakers pulling out.

Protesters demand 'Justice for Jamal' outside MBS charity event

Battle for Idlib

Russia blasted at UN for 'carpet bombing' Syria

Russia and China face backlash after vetoing UN resolution calling for a ceasefire in Syria's besieged Idlib province.

Russia blasted at UN for 'carpet bombing' Syria

Middle East

Saudi oil strikes: Will Gulf 'powder-keg' detonate?

As questions swirl over the Saudi oil attacks, all eyes are on the Middle East to see if tensions finally boil over.

Saudi oil strikes: Will Gulf 'powder-keg' detonate?

Obituary

Obituary: Zimbabwe's first post-independence leader Robert Mugabe

Love or despise him, Mugabe was one of the most consequential of Africa's post-colonial leaders.

Obituary: Zimbabwe's first post-independence leader Robert Mugabe

Kashmir

Pakistan and India trade barbs after rare UN Kashmir talks

Pakistan accuses New Delhi of human rights abuses after Security Council meeting, India says Kashmir 'internal matter'.

Pakistan and India trade barbs after rare UN Kashmir talks

Africa

DR Congo ethnic violence stopping refugee returns: UN

Head of UN peacekeeping force says deteriorating security interrupting the return process and causing new displacements.

DR Congo ethnic violence stopping refugee returns: UN

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israel's home demolitions a 'war crime': Palestinian envoy

Israel accused of 'a blatant act of ethnic cleansing and forced transfer' after Palestinian homes bulldozed.

Israel's home demolitions a 'war crime': Palestinian envoy

Yemen

Yemenis die as UAE and Saudi withhold aid funds: UN

Abu Dhabi and Riyadh pledged $500m each but have so far failed to pay up as humanitarian disaster worsens.

Yemenis die as UAE and Saudi withhold aid funds: UN

Middle East

UN official devises blueprint for Israeli accountability

A UN investigator says the world should consider cutting ties with Israel in support of Palestinian quest for statehood.

UN official devises blueprint for Israeli accountability

Libya

Libya attack revives calls for closing migrant detention centres

Rights groups have called for the evacuation of detention centres where they say migrants face inhumane conditions.

Libya attack revives calls for closing migrant detention centres