Africa

Zimbabwe: Doctors protest against abduction of their union leader

They are in the same position as most Zimbabweans, struggling to survive soaring inflation and shortages of food and other essentials.

Zimbabwe: Doctors protest against abduction of their union leader

Middle East

Jordan teachers strike, one million pupils stay home

More public school teachers are becoming drivers, waiters or taking other second jobs to keep afloat, even though it is illegal to do so.

Jordan teachers strike, one million pupils stay home

Middle East

Saudi attacks: World leaders urge restraint

Donald Trump warned Iran that the US is 'locked and loaded' to respond to the attacks on Abqaiq oil facilities but other countries are urging caution.

Saudi attacks: World leaders urge restraint

Middle East

UN envoy for Yemen holds briefing

Special envoy Martin Griffiths discusses the conflict in the wake of Houthi-claimed attack on Saudi Arabian oil assets.

UN envoy for Yemen holds briefing

Asia

Kashmir crackdown: Restore normal life, says India's top court

Despite the Indian government claiming that everything is back to normal, Kashmiri media organisations say their staff are harassed and often fail to get to work because of roadblocks.

Kashmir crackdown: Restore normal life, says India's top court

Middle East

Syria's war: Turkey, Russia and Iran to discuss Idlib truce

Trilateral summit aims to negotiate peace in Syria’s last rebel-held stronghold.

Syria's war: Turkey, Russia and Iran to discuss Idlib truce