AJ Impact

Argentina freezes Hezbollah assets, 25 years after AMIA attack

Argentina puts financial sanctions on members of Lebanese Islamist group and brands it a 'terrorist' organisation.

Argentina freezes Hezbollah assets, 25 years after AMIA attack

Afghanistan

Swedish-run clinics stay shut in Afghanistan for fifth day

Closure of facilities forced by Taliban after Afghan forces raided NGO-run hospital in Daimirdad district last week.

Swedish-run clinics stay shut in Afghanistan for fifth day

AJ Impact

Not made in America: Chinese drones banned by US tech supplier

With increased tension between Beijing and Washington, California-based company Cape pivots towards US manufacturers.

Not made in America: Chinese drones banned by US tech supplier

MH17

Five years after MH17 tragedy a ray of hope for justice

Families, investigators urge Russia to cooperate, five years after plane shot down over rebel-held territory in Ukraine.

Five years after MH17 tragedy a ray of hope for justice

Europe

UK to send third warship to Gulf, says not related to Iran crisis

'Long-planned movement', says UK as Iran's supreme leader vows response to Britain's 'piracy' of its oil tanker.

UK to send third warship to Gulf, says not related to Iran crisis

Asia

Afghanistan: Roadside bomb kills 11 pilgrims in Kandahar

Explosion in southern province injures at least 35 other pilgrims on their way to a shrine, officials say.

Afghanistan: Roadside bomb kills 11 pilgrims in Kandahar

Sudan

Sudan's paramilitary forces 'shoot at protesters, kill a man'

Witnesses say incident happened in El-Souk after residents rallied to demand paramilitary forces to leave their town.

Sudan's paramilitary forces 'shoot at protesters, kill a man'

Europe

Georgia, Russia post-conflict dividing lines split communities

Amnesty International calls on Russia to ease harsh treatment of civilians living along disputed border with Georgia.

Middle East

Battle for Tripoli: Libya coastguard braces for naval offensive

Turning the tide, concerns that the high seas could become Libya's next front line.

Asia

Afghan forces, US service member killed in Taliban attacks

Four killed in Taliban attack on a hotel in Badghis province, while a US service member died in action in Wardak.

Afghan forces, US service member killed in Taliban attacks

Syria's War

At least 22 civilians killed in government air attacks in Syria

Attacks come a day after similar strikes killed at least 11 people in different parts of Idlib and Hama provinces.

At least 22 civilians killed in government air attacks in Syria

Middle East

Yemenis protest against severe fuel shortage

Hundreds of Yemenis have been protesting outside the UN office in Sanaa demanding action against fuel restrictions imposed by Saudi Arabia.

Middle East

Syrian government struggles to make gains in Idlib

Syrian government forces and their allies are now defending their territory against a fierce counteroffensive by rebel factions.

Inside Story

Will there be another war in the Gulf?

The US, UK and Iran all say they don't want war, but the tension in the region is rising by the day.

Will there be another war in the Gulf?

AJ Impact

Are private armed guards escalating violence in Middle East Gulf?

Shipping industry association advises merchant ships sailing through Gulf region to avoid confrontations

Are private armed guards escalating violence in Middle East Gulf?