Victoria Gatenby

Victoria Gatenby

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

Egypt corruption: President el-Sisi denies wrongdoing

At a Cairo youth summit, president says the Egyptian army has been 'defamed' but does not directly address corruption claims against himself.

Egypt corruption: President el-Sisi denies wrongdoing

Middle East

Yemen's war: Internally displaced people make plea for aid

Pushed out of their homes by the increase in fighting, Yemenis crowd camps lacking basic facilities and aid.

Yemen's war: Internally displaced people make plea for aid

Middle East

Yemen: Aden offensive separatists arrest gov't supporters

Saudi-backed government and UAE-backed separatists want to control Aden before possible negotiations to end war.

Yemen: Aden offensive separatists arrest gov't supporters

Asia Pacific

Indonesia protests: Government appeals for calm in Papua

Grievances over discrimination have been further inflamed by concerns that Papuans have not benefited from the wealth generated by the region's minerals.

Indonesia protests: Government appeals for calm in Papua

Asia Pacific

Ex-Catholic cardinal’s appeal over child sex abuse to be decided

George Pell was sentenced to six years in March for abusing two choir boys when he was the archbishop of Melbourne in the 1990s.

Ex-Catholic cardinal’s appeal over child sex abuse to be decided

Asia

Afghanistan National Museum: Experts work to restore lost legacy

Afghan artists, curators and international experts are restoring the damaged displays.

Afghanistan National Museum: Experts work to restore lost legacy

Asia Pacific

Taiwan leader willing to help Hong Kong protesters seeking asylum

Some protesters who stormed Hong Kong's legislature have reportedly fled to Taiwan, fearing they could face serious punishment.

Taiwan leader willing to help Hong Kong protesters seeking asylum

Middle East

Algeria protesters demand free elections within six months

Algerian protesters and opposition parties have demanded elections take place by the end of the year, after the interim president pushed for talks.

Algeria protesters demand free elections within six months

Asia

UNESCO labels Sundarbans of Bangladesh 'World Heritage in Danger'

The World Heritage Centre of UNESCO has declared largest mangrove forest on earth, the Sundarbans of Bangladesh, as a 'World Heritage in Danger' site.

UNESCO labels Sundarbans of Bangladesh 'World Heritage in Danger'

Africa

Ethiopian migrants rescued from Yemen

Around 12,000 people take the dangerous sea journey from the Horn of Africa to Yemen every month despite its poverty.

Ethiopian migrants rescued from Yemen

Asia Pacific

Myanmar's mountain war: Prayers for peace in Kachin state

Kachin state is home to around 1.5 million people, including 100,000 living in 140 camps where the Myanmar government imposes restrictions on food, healthcare, shelter and sanitation.

Myanmar's mountain war: Prayers for peace in Kachin state

Middle East

No end to Qatar blockade after Gulf Cooperation Council talks

Division continues in the Gulf as the blockade of Qatar enters its third year.

No end to Qatar blockade after Gulf Cooperation Council talks