Victoria Gatenby

Victoria Gatenby

Middle East

Tourists wounded in bus blast near Egypt's Giza Pyramids

Government campaign to stamp out armed groups in Sinai Peninsula results in increasing attacks on tourists there.

Tourists wounded in bus blast near Egypt's Giza Pyramids

Africa

Somalia drought: UN warns of humanitarian crisis

Lack of so-called 'long rains' causes crop failures across the region.

Somalia drought: UN warns of humanitarian crisis

US & Canada

Bezos unveils lunar lander 'Blue Moon', set to launch by 2024

The United States is in a new space race with Russia and China.

Bezos unveils lunar lander 'Blue Moon', set to launch by 2024

Algeria

Algeria protests: Army chief backs call for president's exit

Algeria's army chief has repeated his call to apply article 102 of the constitution to remove President Bouteflika from office.

Algeria protests: Army chief backs call for president's exit

Asia Pacific

Yazidi mass graves: UN team exhumes bodies in Iraq

It is estimated that more than 3,000 Yazidis were killed by ISIL when they took control of the area five years ago.

Yazidi mass graves: UN team exhumes bodies in Iraq

Brazil

Amazon 'genocide': Brazil tribe waits for compensation

Military commanders deny attacking the tribe decades ago to make way for a new road.

Amazon 'genocide': Brazil tribe waits for compensation

Africa

Cameroon separatists to face treason charges

Leaders of so-called Ambazonia Freedom Fighters to appear in court over several attacks in surge of violence.

Cameroon separatists to face treason charges

Middle East

Qatar's orchestra marks 10th anniversary

The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra holds a concert to celebrate its decennial anniversary.

Qatar's orchestra marks 10th anniversary

Middle East

Pakistan denies involvement in Iran attack

Islamabad is trying to navigate anger on its western border, with Iran saying an attack that killed 27 Revolutionary Guards last week was planned from inside Pakistan.

Pakistan denies involvement in Iran attack

Asia

Kashmiri students blame India's ruling party for revenge attacks

Kashmiris blame the ruling BJP for anti-Muslim sentiments after a suicide bomber killed 42 Indian security personnel.

Kashmiri students blame India's ruling party for revenge attacks

Asia

Fears a deal with the Taliban will affect Afghan women's rights

Many Afghan women think a deal between the US and the Taliban will limit their rights.

Fears a deal with the Taliban will affect Afghan women's rights

Africa

DR Congo elections: Fayulu calls for peaceful resistance

DRC 2018 presidential candidate Martin Fayulu urged supporters to embrace 'peaceful resistance' at a rally in Kinshasa.

DR Congo elections: Fayulu calls for peaceful resistance