Asia

Kashmir border fence, forest fires endanger wildlife

It is not just humans suffering in the conflict, which was escalated by India's removal of Indian-administered Kashmir's autonomy.

Middle East

Hariri: Israeli drones in Beirut threaten Lebanon's sovereignty

Lebanon PM made the comments after two drones came down in a Hezbollah stronghold in southern Beirut.

Hariri: Israeli drones in Beirut threaten Lebanon's sovereignty

South Korea

Japan protests S Korean military drills around disputed islands

Tokyo and Seoul at loggerheads over sovereignty of group of islets called Takeshima in Japanese and Dokdo in Korean.

Japan protests S Korean military drills around disputed islands

Kashmir

Separatist leader urges resistance over Kashmir move

Latest updates as detained separatist leader Geelani urges Kashmiris to peacefully resist India's 'brutality'.

India revokes Kashmir's special status: All the latest updates

Mexico

Mexican reporter found dead at home with stab wounds

Nevith Condes Jaramillo, 42, ran local news site El Observatorio del Sur, and had sought federal protection.

Mexican journalist found dead at home, twelfth killed this year

Asia Pacific

China's e-sports: Health concerns for young gamers

Besides the concerns for their physical health, burnout and anxiety are also an increasing issue for the players.

Middle East

Turkey femicide: Anger over a mother's murder

The Turkish government vows to tackle violence against women and children in response to the outrage.

Rohingya

'Genocide Day': 200,000 Rohingya rally in Bangladesh

Refugees in Bangladesh camps demand rights and citizenship on second anniversary of exodus after Myanmar crackdown.

'Genocide Day': Thousands of Rohingya rally in Bangladesh camps

Africa

Kenya census to count intersex people

Another group to be recognised, for the first time, are people with albinism, which is now listed as a disability.

Asia

Rohingya refugees hesitant to return to Myanmar

With no guarantee of what will happen when they get there, no one has so far agreed to return.

Europe

G7 protests: Thousands march against summit

Most protesters say they are fed up with what they regard as elite politicians who are out of touch with ordinary people.

G7 protests: Thousands march against summit

Environment

New fires in Brazil's Amazon as army mobilises to fight blazes

More than 1,000 new fires spotted in the Amazon as six states request military's help to combat the blazes.

New fires in Brazil's Amazon as army mobilises to fight blazes