Paul Chaderjian

Paul Chaderjian

US & Canada

Golden Globes stars push for diversity in Hollywood

This year's talk on the red carpet also included unity in the US and solidarity in the world.

Golden Globes stars push for diversity in Hollywood

Europe

Pope Francis urges EU leaders to help refugees stranded off Malta

The head of the Roman Catholic Church has urged EU member states to allow 49 refugees and migrants stranded off the coast of Malta to land on their shores

Pope Francis urges EU leaders to help refugees stranded off Malta

Middle East

Yemen truce: Houthi rebels give control of Hodeidah port to navy

The transfer of the port of Hodeidah and two others is part of a peace deal reached in Sweden earlier in December.

Yemen truce: Houthi rebels give control of Hodeidah port to navy

Asia

India rescue operation: 15 men still trapped in illegal mine

Divers at the scene say they aren't equipped to go down more than 30 meters, the miners are some 90-meters underground.

India rescue operation: 15 men still trapped in illegal mine

Africa

Low voter turnout in Togo after boycott call

Opposition groups boycott election after weeks of protests that killed four people in the capital Lome and other cities.

Low voter turnout in Togo after boycott call

Africa

Opposition boycotts Togo parliamentary elections ahead of polling

Citing irregularities, a coalition of 14 opposition parties has called for an overhaul of the electoral commission.

Opposition boycotts Togo parliamentary elections ahead of polling

Middle East

Yemen war: UN-backed talks set to launch

Talks in Sweden this week aim to end fighting and what the UN calls the worst humanitarian crisis in recent history.

Yemen war: UN-backed talks set to launch

Somalia

Somalia: At least 20 killed in Mogadishu explosions, gunfire

Powerful blasts followed by heavy gunfire send plumes of smoke billowing into the air in Somali capital.

Somalia: At least 20 killed in Mogadishu explosions, gunfire

Latin America

Honduras migrants are undeterred by Trump's military threat

Around 4,000 migrants began their journey in Honduras on Saturday.

Honduras migrants are undeterred by Trump's military threat

Asia Pacific

Protests against Sydney Opera House promoting horse race

Opera House was promoting the world’s richest horse race, opponents said racing encourages animal cruelty and gambling.

Protests against Sydney Opera House promoting horse race

Europe

Argentina economy; Thousands protest as peso tumbles

The International Monetary Fund has extended a $50bn bailout loan to Argentina.

Argentina economy; Thousands protest as peso tumbles

Latin America

Argentina's peso hits record low against US dollar

Buenos Aires has asked International Monetary Fund for an advance on a $50bn bailout loan, but many doubt the country can meet its financial obligations.

Argentina's peso hits record low against US dollar