Brexit

Brexit debate: Campaigners use billboards and magazines

Brexit has created a war of words on bridges, boats and buses - some entirely false.

US & Canada

US probes Riyadh's role in escape of Saudis facing charges

Saudi students attending US colleges got away after being charged with crimes like murder and rape.

Business & Economy

Russian court extends custody of Baring Vostok's Calvey

Michael Calvey, the US founder of one of Russia's biggest private equity firms, has been accused of fraud in Russia.

Russian court extends custody of Baring Vostok's Calvey

Nigeria

Nigeria electoral commission: polls delayed by transport problems

Postponement of presidential poll prompts concerns among opposition politicians, supporters over possible rigging.

Nigeria electoral commission: polls delayed by transport problems

Middle East

Sudan's women expose 'injustice' on Facebook

They're unmasking violent behaviour of Sudan's security forces on the women-only Facebook group 'Minbar Chat'.

United Arab Emirates

Detained UK man in Qatar shirt row 'feared for life'

British citizen who wore Qatar jersey at Asian Cup says he was stabbed, left bleeding and deprived of food in prison.

British man detained in UAE details abuse over Qatar shirt

India

'Shoot the traitors': Kashmiris threatened after attack

Calls for revenge attacks against Kashmiris after suicide bomber kills 42 Indian troopers in the disputed region.

Fear grips Kashmiris living in India after deadly suicide attack

Latin America

Haiti's political crisis disrupts economy and day-to-day life

People anxiously search for clean water, have no money to buy food, and blocked roads hinder movement.

Europe

Munich security summit: Global instability on agenda

World's leaders debate some of the biggest challenges of today, including Yemen war and fight against ISIL.

China

China, US continue tit-for-tat row over Huawei

Top Chinese diplomat and US vice president exchange barbs over telecoms giant's relationship with Beijing.

China, US continue tit-for-tat row over Huawei

United Kingdom

Britain's weapons sales to Riyadh unlawful: UK report

The UK is on 'the wrong side of the law' in Yemen by sanctioning weapons exports to Riyadh, the House of Lords says.

Kashmir

India considers action against Pakistan after suicide attack

India's foreign ministry said US supports New Delhi's right to self-defence against cross-border attacks.