Europe

France reinforces police in Dijon to stop gang violence

Government intervenes in Dijon after four nights of violence as hundreds of Chechens seek revenge for assault on teen.

France reinforces police in Dijon to stop gang violence

United Kingdom

NATO chief: UK review of Huawei's role in 5G network is important

Stoltenberg says West cannot ignore China as it is coming closer in the Arctic, cyberspace and critical infrastructure.

NATO chief: UK review of Huawei's role in 5G network is important

AJ Impact

The obscure Indian hackers for hire who spied on global elites

Obscure Indian firm's cyber spying targeted investors, government officials and activists worldwide.

The obscure Indian hackers for hire who spied on global elites

Europe

Germany arrests far-right suspect over threat to attack Muslims

Police find weapons in house of 21-year-old man who was inspired by last year's Christchurch massacre in New Zealand.

Germany arrests far-right suspect over threat to attack Muslims

Europe

German far-right youth receive combat training in Russia: Report

Paramilitary camp near St Petersburg trains 'German neo-Nazis', Focus magazine reports, citing intelligence sources.

German far-right youth receive combat training in Russia: Report

Egypt

Egypt says 19 fighters killed in Sinai; 5 casualties among troops

Army says it launched raids and air attacks in Bir al-Abed, Rafah and Sheikh Zuweid, targeting 'terrorist hideouts'.

Egypt says 19 fighters killed in Sinai; 5 casualties among troops

Donald Trump

Trump to withdraw US from Open Skies arms control treaty

The expected withdrawal will be the latest move by the Trump administration to remove the US from a major global treaty.

Europe

Latest UK 'terrorism' legislation criticised by rights groups

A further tightening of measures against people who have not been convicted undermines British justice, say campaigners.

Latest UK 'terrorism' legislation criticised by rights groups

Coronavirus pandemic

Yemen gov't accuses Houthis of covering up coronavirus outbreak

Aden-based government calls for urgent global assistance to help health sector decimated by years of war.

Yemen gov't accuses Houthis of covering up coronavirus outbreak

Kashmir

Soldiers kill man in Kashmir, triggering anti-India clashes

Hundreds of people rally in disputed territory chanting anti-India slogans after Indian soldiers shoot young man dead.

Nigeria

Dozens of Boko Haram, ISWAP fighters killed in Nigeria

Defence ministry spokesman says 134 fighters killed in Operation Kantana Jimlan in the country's northeast.

Dozens of Boko Haram, ISWAP fighters killed in Nigeria

Coronavirus pandemic

WFP warns food insecurity could more than double in East Africa

UN agency says effect could be seen in just three months as spread of coronavirus risks devastating countries.

WFP warns food insecurity could more than double in East Africa

AJ Impact

Exports of Russian wheat dry up, stoking food security concerns

Russia is world's top wheat exporter, but it limited sales through June as coronavirus sparked supply fears.

Exports of Russian wheat dry up, stoking food security concerns

Africa

Mozambique admits presence of ISIL-affiliated fighters

Public acknowledgement came days after police reported a 'massacre' of 52 villagers in Cabo Delgado province.

Mozambique admits presence of ISIL-affiliated fighters

Studio B Unscripted

On data and privacy, can we put the genie back in the bottle?

Journalist Maria Ressa and Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower, Christopher Wylie on the way forward for data regulation.