Raheela Mahomed

Raheela Mahomed

Africa

Protests in Guinea on President Alpha Conde's bid to extend term

Conde wants to hold referendum on staying in power beyond two terms, which sparked anti-gov't protests in October.

Protests in Guinea on President Alpha Conde's bid to extend term

Africa

DR Congo violence: Suspected rebel attack in northeast

Allied Democratic Forces blamed for carrying out an ambush in northeast region which has seen increased attacks.

DR Congo violence: Suspected rebel attack in northeast

Middle East

Russia-backed Syrian forces intensify attacks in Idlib, Aleppo

The bombardment is forcing many to flee towards the Turkish border.

Russia-backed Syrian forces intensify attacks in Idlib, Aleppo

Middle East

Hundreds of thousands flee Syria's Idlib air raids

At least 21 civilians have been killed in attacks by Syrian forces backed by Russian airpower in recent days.

Hundreds of thousands flee Syria's Idlib air raids

Health

What we know so far about coronavirus

Scientists are working to find out more about how new coronavirus spreads and its threat.

What we know so far about coronavirus

Asia Pacific

Most of Jakarta's coastal areas could be submerged by 2050

Experts warn 95 percent of Jakarta's coastal areas could be submerged by 2050.

Most of Jakarta's coastal areas could be submerged by 2050

Asia Pacific

Hundreds of Australia homes destroyed in 'mega fire'

Strong winds are stoking deadly blazes north of Sydney and in the state of New South Wales.

Hundreds of Australia homes destroyed in 'mega fire'

Middle East

At least 12 million children suffering in Yemen war

As world marks International Children's Day, children in Yemen do not have much to celebrate.

At least 12 million children suffering in Yemen war

Europe

Bosnia authorities cut off water in migrant camp

Local authorities cut the supply in effort to pressure central government to relocate migrants and refugees living in Vucijak camp, near the city of Bihac.

Bosnia authorities cut off water in migrant camp

Asia Pacific

Indonesia: Thousands evacuated after violent protests in Papua

At least 33 people were killed and dozens injured in Wamena town amid racially-charged violent protests last week.

Indonesia: Thousands evacuated after violent protests in Papua

Asia Pacific

Indonesia MPs sworn-in after mass protests, arrests

Indonesians have demonstrated nationwide for the past week against proposed laws that they say would curtail freedoms and cripple efforts to stop corruption.

Indonesia MPs sworn-in after mass protests, arrests

Indonesia

Indonesia urges against Papua unrest amid pro-freedom protests

At least 30 people were killed and dozens injured on Monday when protesters set fire to government buildings, shops and homes.

Indonesia urges against Papua unrest amid pro-freedom protests