Palestinian human rights and civil society groups say the PA’s COVID vaccination programme lacks transparency.
Colombian army bombs a base used by dissidents from the former FARC rebel group in Calamar, Colombia.
Anti-coup rallies resume as Myanmar envoy, military make rival claims to representation at the United Nations.
Rug hunters spend weeks passing through villages like sleuths along old caravan trails, but journeys are full of peril.
The 2006 Charter on National Peace and Reconciliation continues to undermine justice in Algeria.
US secretary of state spoke to Venezuela’s opposition leader, stressing the importance of a return to democracy.
Summons came after Senegal’s parliament voted to strip Sonko of legal immunity.
Multiple rockets land at Iraq’s Ain al-Asad airbase where US, coalition forces stay, according to coalition spokesman.
International Rescue Committee report shows the devastating impact a decade of war has had on healthcare in Syria.
Some risk sham marriages to obtain European residency for a partner – but the practice can have shattering consequences.
Roman Catholic Church declares Black Sunday to seek justice for victims of the 2019 Easter Sunday bomb attack.
Australia’s economy beats expectations to expand 3.1 percent in the final quarter of 2020.
Anglo-Australian mining giant triggered an outcry last year when it blew up the ancient rock shelters at Juukan Gorge.
Yusaku Maezawa launches search for eight people to join him as the first private passenger on a trip around the moon.
During pandemic’s course, Japan performed about 60 tests per 1,000 people, compared with 130 in S Korea and 1,000 in US.
Pentagon says Pyongyang could be trying to grab attention of new administration after failed Trump summitry.
Deaths surge as political infighting undermines effective pandemic response and vaccination roll-out falters.
The clash of environmental priorities poses a quandary for President Biden who made promises to both groups of voters.
Healthcare workers have set up mobile clinics to treat protesters but say their biggest challenge is ‘not to get shot’ .
Both Republican and Democratic US legislators had raised opposition to Neera Tanden’s nomination over her past tweets.