Paul Chaderjian

Paul Chaderjian

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

Middle East

Yemen: Children among 14 dead in Saudi-led air raid on Hudaida

An air raid by Saudi-led coalition near Yemen's Red Sea port of Hudaida killed at least 14 civilians, including seven children, medics and witnesses say.

Yemen: Children among 14 dead in Saudi-led air raid on Hudaida

Asia

Kashmir violence: At least 20 killed in clashes

Security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir opened fire on villagers trying to stop the arrest of suspected armed separatists.

Kashmir violence: At least 20 killed in clashes

Latin America

Funerals held for Venezuela's prison fire victims

President Nicolas Maduro has yet to respond to demands for answers about the deaths from a fire in one of Venezuela's notoriously overcrowded prisons.

Funerals held for Venezuela's prison fire victims

Iraq

Ancient manuscripts in Iraq saved from ISIL

Dominican friar Najeeb Michaeel has managed to pack some rare manuscripts and 16th-century books and smuggle them out of ISIL battlegrounds.

Ancient manuscripts in Iraq saved from ISIL

Asia Pacific

Cyclone Gita smashes Tonga, heads towards Fiji

Several people have been seriously injured after a powerful storm lashed the South Pacific island nation of Tonga, prompting the government to declare a state of emergency.

Cyclone Gita smashes Tonga, heads towards Fiji

Asia Pacific

Aung San Suu Kyi ‘doesn’t fully understand Rohingya horror’

Britain's Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, says Myanmar's leader is not fully aware of what he called 'the horror' in northern Rakhine state.

Aung San Suu Kyi ‘doesn’t fully understand Rohingya horror’

Europe

Italy: Anti-racism protest after migrant shooting

Several thousand people have rallied in the town of Macerata where a gunman wounded six people he took for migrants a week ago.

Italy: Anti-racism protest after migrant shooting

Latin America

World's longest underwater cave found in Mexico

What is thought to be the world's largest underwater cave has been discovered off the eastern coast of Mexico in the Yucatan Peninsula - and it is around 350km-long.

World's longest underwater cave found in Mexico

Human Rights

Israel accused of abusing detained Palestinian minors

In the report by Israeli rights groups B’Tselem and HaMoked, it says Israel is ignoring special laws to protect the rights of the detained minors and teenagers.

Israel accused of abusing detained Palestinian minors

Europe

One of world's most wanted people smugglers faces trial

Prosecutors say he is responsible for sending thousands of people on boats from Libya to Europe, with more than 1,500 drowning on the way. But his lawyers say they have got the wrong man.

One of world's most wanted people smugglers faces trial

Asia

India's Mumbai paralysed by deadly floods

Two days of heavy monsoon rains have killed at least six people, including two children, in Mumbai. The worst flooding in more than a decade brought India's western coastal city to a standstill.

India's Mumbai paralysed by deadly floods