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US & Canada

Pope urged to step up fight against child sex abuse

Some say apology following US report estimating 300 priests in Pennsylvania alone molested many children is not enough.

Pope urged to step up fight against child sex abuse

Asia Pacific

Korean families reunite after being separated since 1950s

About 200 North and South Koreans separated from families since Korean War are finally reuniting this week after six decades of being forbidden from commuting with relatives across border.

Korean families reunite after being separated since 1950s

Asia Pacific

Philippines: Tens of thousands displaced in deadly floods

At least three dead and more than 50,000 forced from homes after tropical storm Yagi hit the country's northern islands.

Philippines: Tens of thousands displaced in deadly floods

Asia

Millions at risk of losing citizenship in India

The government has published a register of citizens of Assam state on the Bangladesh border, and to be included, residents must prove they came to India by March 24, 1971.

Millions at risk of losing citizenship in India

Africa

Uganda's government shuttering illegal orphanages

Uganda is shutting down hundreds of orphanages that don't meet legal standards.

Uganda's government shuttering illegal orphanages

Middle East

UN asking warring parties in Syria's Deraa to cease hostilities

Tens of thousands of Syrians newly displaced by the Russian and Syrian government offensive are fleeing towards Jordan and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

UN asking warring parties in Syria's Deraa to cease hostilities

Yemen

Yemen's president says Houthis rebels must leave Hudaida

President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's ultimatum comes after he met the United Nations special envoy.

Yemen's president says Houthis rebels must leave Hudaida

Middle East

Aid groups pleading for a ceasefire in Yemen's Hudaida

The UN's special envoy to Yemen is continuing his shuttle diplomacy, trying to end the fight for control of the port city of Hudaida.

Aid groups pleading for a ceasefire in Yemen's Hudaida

Africa

European demand for wood rapidly shrinking DRC's rainforest

Non-profit Global Witness says Democratic Republic of Congo's biggest timber company, Norsudtimber, is illegally harvesting trees at nearly 90 percent of its sites with impunity.

European demand for wood rapidly shrinking DRC's rainforest

Switzerland

WHO: Gaming addiction 'a mental health disorder'

The World Health Organization's decision to label addiction to digital and video games as a mental health condition puts it at odds with gaming industry organisations.

WHO: Gaming addiction 'a mental health disorder'

Middle East

Health crisis in Yemen's port city goes from bad to worse

Meanwhile, a long-anticipated assault on the Red Sea port city of Hudaida by the Saudi-led coalition could cost up to 250,000 lives, a senior United Nations humanitarian official has warned.

Health crisis in Yemen's port city goes from bad to worse

Europe

'Symbol of Sarajevo': Cable car reopens after 26 years

Twenty-six years after it was destroyed in the Bosnian War, Sarajevo's landmark cable car has resumed service.

'Symbol of Sarajevo': Cable car reopens after 26 years