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Hamas leader called for a new Palestinian intifada, or uprising, on Thursday over Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
A group of international monitors called the referendum an uneven contest given the unequal terms during the campaign period, the clampdown on media and arrests of journalists. The Turkish opposition party challenged the result on the ground that Election...
Two Reuters journalists have been arrested in Myanmar for the possession of "important security documents," local authorities said on Wednesday.
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US Secretary of State Tilllerson called on African nations on Friday to do more to isolate North Korea, which seeks relationships with the continent.
In calling a snap election, British Prime Minister Theresa May argued she wanted to strengthen her hand in the negotiations as the UK leaves...
SHAH ALAM, Malaysia (AFP) – Four men suspected of plotting with two women to murder the North Korean leader's half-brother were Monday named by...
The Belgian trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam scheduled to begin on Monday in Brussels has been delayed, the court said Friday.
Lebanese journalist Hanin Ghaddar has been sentenced to 6 months in prison for comments that she made against the Lebanese military.
Activists have decried the rise of U.S. President Donald J. Trump and his embrace of populist strongmen as a blow to the global campaign for human rights.
Thousands of ethnic Buddhists gathered to protest the Myanmar government in the Western Rakhine state when police opened fire on the crowd.
The U.S. has placed Pakistan on a “Special Watch List” for “severe violations of religious freedom” during a growing rift in between the two nations.
Bangladesh's army says that over a million Rohingya are currently in the country, an estimate which is higher than all previous ones.
The contemporary conversation on immigration to the US still lacks the discussion about the particular struggle that immigrants experience in the country.