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Pompeo forms Iran Action Group for post-nuclear deal policy
Group will coordinate and run policy towards Tehran, but analysts say the initiative puts US 'on path to war with Iran'.
Hundreds of US newspapers denounce Trump's attacks on the press
More than 350 US news outlets join Boston Globe call to run editorials, addressing Trump's 'assault on the free press'.
Marikana massacre: Families still waiting for justice
Six years after the Marikana massacre, the grief felt by families and survivors is evident.
Turkey and Qatar: Behind the strategic alliance
Qatar's investment in Turkey exceeds $20bn, the second highest by any country.
What is the future of South Africa's mining sector?
Mining companies in South Africa say they plan to cut thousands of jobs.
Berat Albayrak: Turkey to emerge 'stronger' from currency crisis
Turkish finance minister rules out IMF assistance and capital controls in address to international investors.
Aretha Franklin is remembered by friends, artists and fans
Tributes pour in for 'Queen of Soul' and global icon, Aretha Franklin, who died at the age of 76 after battling cancer.
Aretha Louise Franklin dies at the age of 76
The "Queen of Soul" and first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, passed away from pancreatic cancer.
Genoa bridge collapse: hundreds ordered to evacuate
While rescuers continued to dig for survivors in the wreckage of Genoa's Morandi bridge, hundreds of people displaced by the disaster are wondering if and when they will be able to return to their homes.
Air pollution welcomes athletes in Jakarta for Asian Games
Just three days before the opening of the Asian Games, the air pollution index shows 154 micrograms of harmful particles per cubic metre.
Birmingham mosques attacked with catapults during evening prayers
The mosques were hit with large metal balls fired from heavy duty catapults, breaking several windows.
My take on Jeremy Corbyn's apology
In Palestine, we hope the Labour leader will stand his ground and continue to give a voice to our struggle for justice.
Former Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee dies
The 93-year-old, who led India three times, had been hospitalised since June with a kidney infection and chest problems.
Uganda: Pop star-turned-politician charged in military court
Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine, has been held in custody with his next court appearance due on August 23.
DRC issues global arrest warrant for opposition leader Katumbi
The move against the self-exiled politician comes ahead of the presidential election he sought to register for.
Who is Berat Albayrak, Turkey's finance minister?
The coming weeks will show how well Turkey's finance minister can turn around the country's struggling economy.
Yemen war: A devastating toll for children
As the conflict in Yemen continues unabated, the situation worsens, causing the list of malnourished children to increase daily.
The Druze and the Nation State Bill
This bill demonstrates that no matter how much you cooperate - if you are not Jewish, this state is not for you.
Could the Genoa bridge collapse have been prevented?
Experts say lightning strike 'highly unlikely' to have caused Genoa bridge disaster as state of emergency is announced.
'She went to school to learn but left in blood-soaked clothes'
At least 34 people were killed in Thursday's suicide attack by ISIL in Kabul, and most of them were students.
Turkey 'ready to talk about everything' with US to solve disputes
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu adopts conciliatory tone but warns Ankara will accept 'no threatening, no dictating'.
HRW: Maldives election under threat amid crackdown on dissent
Activists, journalists and Supreme Court justices have been targeted with intimidation and arrest by the government.
Hamas decries Israeli decision to end 'Black Friday' probe
Hamas says Israel must be tried before ICC after investigation into 2014 assault that killed 135 Palestinians closes.
The story of British Pakistani men, told by a native informant
BBC's 'Lost Boys?' is a lazy reproduction of racist, culturally essentialist stereotypes approved by an 'insider'.
Mali: Ibrahim Boubacar Keita wins re-election as president
Keita won with 67 percent of the vote in a runoff against opposition rival Soumaila Cisse.
NSA broke into secure network of Al Jazeera and others: report
The NSA intelligence agency spied on Al Jazeera in 2006, when George Bush criticised the network for its reporting.
Turkey lira crisis: Six things you need to know
A breakdown of the causes and effects of Turkey's currency crisis.
Record number of flamingo chicks hatch in Spain
Heavy rain and hot weather provide perfect conditions for breeding.
Displaced Muslim teens learn computer skills at Catholic mission
Djamaladine Mahamat Salet, a 38-year-old IDP, helps provide an education to children in bleak circumstances in CAR.
Facebook 'too slow' in removing anti-Rohingya hate speech
Social media giant says it has banned some racist Myanmar figures and organisations, but admits to failures.
Fighting poachers in central Africa's secret Eden
Sustained slaughter of elephants has now left fewer than 3,000 in the region.
Germany may tighten border with France, Switzerland
The German government is considering reintroducing border controls with France and Switzerland to curb undocumented immigration, but after 20 years without, many businesses oppose the move.
Platinum giant to cut more than 13,000 jobs in South Africa
Impala Platinum says it must restructure to handling increased production costs and low commodity prices, but miners say that more can be done to save their jobs.
Trump cancels security clearance for ex-CIA director John Brennan
Trump claims Obama-era intelligence chief leveraged access to classified information to make 'outrageous' allegations.
Libyan court sentences 45 to death over protest killings
Fifty-four people sentenced to five years in prison over killings of about 20 people in 2011, as 22 others acquitted.
India: Death toll in devastating Kerala floods rises to 77
Officials say at least 10 people were killed on Wednesday night, taking the toll to 77.
Judge: 'Well-planned conspiracy' to kill Kim Jong-nam
Brother of Kim Jong-un was killed with toxic substance in 2017 but women involved say they were unwitting participants.
Afghanistan: Suicide bomber targets school in Kabul
At least 34 killed at facility in Shia neighbourhood which prepares students for university exams.
US, Mexico plan to target drug cartels' $29bn fortune
The US and Mexico have announced a new front in their battle against drug cartels, modelled on the capture of Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman.
Trump revokes security clearance of ex-CIA director John Brennan
The former CIA chief has been an outspoken critic of the president and the White House has indicated it is considering similar action against other opponents of the administration.
Turkey willing to talk with US as equals over tariffs and pastor
Washington imposed sanctions last week, sending Turkey's currency plummeting.
Gunmen attack intelligence service centre in Kabul
The assault comes one day after 34 people were killed at an educational centre in the capital.
Qatari emir vows $15bn Turkey investment after Erdogan meeting
Qatar pledges to make direct investment in Turkey, currently hit by currency crisis amid a diplomatic stand-off with US.
Are Bangladesh activists being killed amid the war on drugs?
Alamgir Badsha, an opposition activist, died late July. He's one of more than 200 people who have been killed since May.
Nicaraguans marchers call for release of political prisoners
More than 2,000 people have been arrested during nearly four months of demonstrations against President Daniel Ortega
Calls for release of Russian teenage girls arrested for extremism
The two girls were arrested under Russia's far-reaching extremism laws, but their lawyer argues that they were set up.
Thailand's 'Indiana Jones divers' livelihoods in danger
Government plans to relocate a community threatens to destroy the business of a Thai treasure-hunting family.
New York City caps Uber, Lyft after taxi drivers' losses
The Big Apple is limiting number of ride-sharing cars on streets after years of traditional taxi drivers complaining they can not earn a living due to competition
New Zealand rolls out ban on foreign national property purchases
New legislation comes amid a housing crisis which has left around one in every 100 New Zealanders homeless.
Six years on, still no justice or closure for Marikana victims
As thousands of mining jobs are cut, families of striking workers slain in in 2012 still await compensation and justice.