Victoria Gatenby

Victoria Gatenby

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

Latin America

Brazil dam collapse: New video shows moment of dam burst

The wave of mud is now moving towards a major river and may contaminate water supplies.

Brazil dam collapse: New video shows moment of dam burst

Asia Pacific

Philippines church bombing: Twin blasts hit Jolo cathedral

Government vows to 'crush' those responsible for the attack that killed over a dozen people and wounded several others.

Philippines church bombing: Twin blasts hit Jolo cathedral

Asia

India's universal healthcare plan 'failing' the poor

Oxfam says many Indians are still not able to access the free healthcare they were promised.

India's universal healthcare plan 'failing' the poor

Europe

COP24: Protesters demand action to check global warming

Even as activists are demanding urgent action to save the planet, delegates inside are at odds over a crucial report.

COP24: Protesters demand action to check global warming

Asia

Kashmir sees its deadliest year in about a decade

Over 500 people have died since January in Indian-administered region after army stepped up presence, rights groups say.

Kashmir sees its deadliest year in about a decade

Middle East

Evidence: Who's behind the murder of Jamal Khashoggi?

Efforts to find out who formed the 15-man hit squad that killed Khashoggi, and who they reported to, continue.

Evidence: Who's behind the murder of Jamal Khashoggi?

Europe

Ukrainians protest as gas price dispute leaves houses freezing

People block roads as at least six towns remain without heating at a time when temperatures fall below freezing point.

Ukrainians protest as gas price dispute leaves houses freezing

Middle East

As Yemen famine looms, UN peace talks delayed

Despite a renewed push from the United States, the UN-sponsored peace talks to end the Yemen war are being pushed back until the end of the year, while fighting intensifies around Hodeidah.

As Yemen famine looms, UN peace talks delayed