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Venezuela crisis: All the latest updates
The latest news from Venezuela since its political crisis started.
Constituent assembly assumes power to legislate
Venezuela's new constituent assembly supercedes the opposition-led congress, fuelling criticism of President Maduro.
UN demands more humanitarian access to Yemen
Yemen is facing a triple tragedy of famine, the world's largest cholera outbreak, and worsening conflict says the UN.
Steve Bannon out as Trump's top strategist: White House
White House says 63-year-old aide, labelled a white supremacist by critics, no longer holds influential position.
Iran and Afghanistan top 2017 Basel AML Index
Annual index ranks 140 countries in terms of risk of money laundering and 'terrorism' financing.
How open is the Saudi invite for Qatar's Hajj pilgrims?
The Saudi king reopened the border to allow Qataris to attend Hajj, but some are still being turned away.
Actors, writers quit White House committee over Trump
Members of President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities condemn Trump's response to deadly Charlottesville rally.
India welcomes US blacklisting of Hizbul Mujahideen
India backs US sanctions on Hizbul Mujahideen, which fights against Indian rule, after Pakistan opposes decision.
At least two killed in Turku stabbing attack
Police say they have shot a man suspected of stabbing several people in the western city of Turku.
Three killed in Burundi grenade attacks at bars
Attacks on two bars in the capital, Bujumbura, kill at least three and leave several injured, according to police.
Kian Loyd Delos Santos, 17, killed in drug crackdown
Three police officers suspended as witnesses claim unarmed 17-year-old boy was framed by officials.
Campuses, cities reject far right after Charlottesville
The far right faces cancelled events and uncertainty across the US amid outrage over deadly white supremacist violence.
Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates
The latest news after three Gulf states and Egypt cut ties with Qatar and imposed a land, sea and air blockade.
Scrapping of Lebanon rape law 'is one small step'
Activists and lawyers say more is still needed to protect women's rights in the country.
Yemen's Houthi rebels arrest activist Hisham al-Omeisy
Rights groups and journalists urge the release of Hisham al-Omeisy, who was detained by armed security forces on Monday.
More than 400 killed in Sierra Leone floods
As the death toll climbs, heavy rains threaten other parts of the capital Freetown while mass burials continue.
Barcelona and Cambrils attacks: What, where and when?
At least 14 people have been killed and dozens wounded after two vehicle attacks in Spain.
What comes after Abbas and Netanyahu?
A leadership vacuum is looming, and its effect on the peace process and everyday life has alarmed many observers.
Barcelona attack: Police search for van driver
At least four men have been arrested in connection to three incidents across Spain in which 14 people were killed.
Week in pictures: From Kenya protest to alt-right rally
A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including Sierra Leone mudslide and a fire in the Philippines.
Thousands ill in Vietnam dengue outbreak
Mosquito-borne disease outbreak stretches Vietnam medical system as officials report 10,000 new infections in one week.
Floods affect 16 million in Nepal, India and Bangladesh
Flood levels reach record highs in South Asia with more than 400 dead and hundreds injured and missing.
Suspected al-Shabab attackers behead 3 in Kenya's Lamu
Attack comes after 9 people were decapitated by assailants in the same region in July.
ISIL claims responsibility for van attack in Barcelona
Suspected driver on the run after 13 are killed and 100 injured as a vehicle rams a crowd in the busy Las Ramblas area.
Global warming: July continues the upward trend
Last month was only 0.05 degrees Celsius below the record set in 2016.
Libya: Khalifa Haftar ally Mahmoud al-Werfalli arrested
Unclear if Mahmoud al-Werfalli will be handed over to ICC, which issued his arrest warrant for 'murder as a war crime'.
Uncovering Somalia's forgotten music of the 1970s
A trove of recordings that survived 'Africa's Dresden' is a window into how music once flourished under a dictatorship.
UN: Saudi coalition attacks kill many children in Yemen
UN report blames Saudi-led military alliance for 'unacceptably high' number of child casualties during war.
Timeline: Deadly attacks in Europe
A chronology of major bombings, gun violence, and vehicle attacks in Europe over the past year.
What Kenyan voters got for the $500m spent on elections
Was the Kenyan election either free or fair?
'Barbaric act': World reacts to Barcelona attack
From leaders to footballers, many around the world condemn the attack in Las Ramblas area that killed 13 people.
Is climate change to blame in Freetown?
Humanity may have worsened the conditions on the ground but is the weather worse anyway?
South Africa's borders on 'red alert' for Grace Mugabe
Accused of assaulting a model with an electric cable, police search for Zimbabwe's first lady to prevent her departure.
Venezuela: New prosecutor vows to jail protest leaders
Tarek Saab, known as a staunch government loyalist, replaced critic Ortega Diaz who denounced the 'siege' by troops.
Police kill 'terrorists' in Cambrils, near Barcelona
Seven people also injured after a car drove into them in Spanish town, hours after a similar attack in nearby Barcelona.
80 killed after escalation in Philippines war on drugs
Another 13 people dead in Manila overnight after police raids and vigilante attacks as death toll rises.
North Korea 'fails' South's Moon after 100 days
Pyongyang's state media denounces South Korean president's 'hypocrisy' over sanctions after first 100 days in office.
US judge orders deportation of Palestinian activist
Activist Rasmea Odeh's US citizenship is revoked for failing to disclose convictions in 1970 for bombings in Jerusalem.
Is Donald Trump giving a voice to white supremacists?
The US president is being widely criticised for his response to the Charlottesville white supremacist rally.
Ibrahim Halawa enters fifth year in Egyptian prison
Family, politicians and rights groups decry jailing of Ibrahim Halawa, who was 17 when arrested and faces death penalty.
Van crashes into dozens of people in Barcelona
At least 80 people also wounded after vehicle mounts pavement in busy Las Ramblas area of Catalan city.
Sierra Leone reels from deadly mudslides
Family members line up in pouring rain to identify loved ones’ remains following mudslides and floods that killed 400.
Sierra Leone warns of more mudslides as rain forecast
Large crack appears on mountainside in Freetown as people asked to evacuate areas still under threat of mudslides.
Nobel winner Malala wins place at Oxford University
Pakistani-born Malala Yousafzai, shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, accepted by Oxford University.
Ten-year-old rape victim delivers baby in India
Refused abortion by Supreme Court, child repeatedly raped by uncle gives birth by Caesarean section.
Anti-Muslim Australian politician attempts burqa stunt
Far-right politician Pauline Henson wore face veil in parliament as part of campaign to ban the Islamic face veil.
Trump says US culture 'ripped apart' by statue removals
President adds fuel to fire by mourning loss of statues memorialising Confederate era amid Charlottesville fallout.
Partition: Borders of Blood
Seventy years after the partition of India, we examine the troubled legacy of the event that shaped the subcontinent.
How were the India-Pakistan partition borders drawn?
Draw lines on a map to see how Radcliffe demarcated the lines that divided British India.
DR Congo landslide kills scores in northeast
At least 60 people killed after heavy rain triggers landslide in fishing village near Lake Albert in the DR Congo.