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Updated 2018-06-21 15:27
Saudi launches awareness campaign before female motorists drive
Three-day campaign dubbed 'place your trust in God and drive' aims to educate women on driving and safety regulations.
Syrian offensive displaces thousands in rebel-held Deraa
More than 12,000 civilians displaced since Tuesday after regime forces intensified their shelling and air strikes.
Syrians in Golan Heights to boycott Israel's election in the area
Syrian residents of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights will boycott the first municipal elections by Israel in the area.
Thousands celebrate International Day of Yoga
Yoga enthusiasts around the world took part in mass yoga to observe International Yoga Day.
Allies line up to impose retaliatory trade tariffs against US
Turkey and India become the latest Washington allies to impose millions of dollars in levies on American goods.
Iran's Zarif: Donald Trump's behaviour 'erratic, dangerous'
Iran's top diplomat says Tehran cannot negotiate and entrust security of the Middle East to an 'impulsive' US leader.
Haftar forces claim to have retaken key oil terminals in Libya
Rebel groups, who attacked the terminals last week, say they still control the Ras Lanuf and Sidra oil terminals.
Turkey's June 24 elections are about checks and balances
The early call of the elections in Turkey had some unintended consequences, including uniting the opposition.
Can a Muslim perform at the Bataclan in Paris?
Muslim rapper Medine is an artist, not a politician. And he should be treated as such.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's wife Sara charged with fraud
Sara Netanyahu is accused of misuse of state funds worth about $100,000 for catering services at PM's residence.
Turkey's June 24 elections are about stability
The transformation of Turkey's political system will usher in a period of stability for civilian rule.
Turkey to receive F-35 jets despite opposition from Senate
US Congress attempted to prevent the sale of fighter jets because of worsening US-Turkey relations.
Uniting western Sydney's diverse communities through football
An innovative programme called 'Football United' aims to help newly-arrived refugee and migrant children integrate into their local multicultural community.
Algeria and Iraq shut down internet to prevent exam cheating
The government takes the decision in an effort to prevent a repeat of the 2016 leaks in high school exams.
Turkey's economic woes weigh heavy on voters' minds
With the current account deficit widening, inflation soaring and the lira sliding, people's pockets are hurting.
Young immigrants held in Virginia centre allege abuse
Court filings that include a half-dozen sworn statements allege physical and verbal abuse by detention centre guards.
French police accused of abusing rights of migrants and refugees
Pressure on police to turn back migrants is leading to rights abuses, according to European Parliament Member (MEP) Michele Rivasi.
Iraq's Supreme Court endorses manual recount of votes
The court backs parliament decision for recount of May parliamentary elections after allegations of electoral fraud.
Thai authorities crack down on illegal e-waste factories
Police have been cracking down on illegal operations and investigating imported electronic waste in a series of raids over the past month.
Internally displaced Libyans suffer amid political instability
The United Nations Refugee Agency is setting up aid projects nationwide aimed at alleviating the suffering of displaced people.
Mohammed Bin Salman: One year as Saudi crown prince
Saudi crown prince wrapped up eventful first year in his position by combining social reforms with crackdown on dissent.
Meet the activists fighting the Great Chinese Firewall
These are the people fighting online censorship in China.
Nicaragua violence: Families call for release of detainees
Ongoing political unrest has killed at least 186 people and injured more than a thousand, while activists say they have recorded at least 60 disappearances - but the actual number is difficult to verify.
Yemen war: People of Hudaida caught in the middle of the fighting
Residents struggle as they face dwindling supplies while troops backed by Saudi-led coalition stormed an airport in Hudaida - part of a crucial battle for Yemen's main port city.
Trump reverses course on separation of migrant families
US president signs executive order ending child separation but says 'zero-tolerance' prosecution policy will continue.
Japan to halt missile attack drills after Trump-Kim summit
Japan began evacuation drills after North Korea launched two missiles that flew over Japan in 2017.
Confusion after Trump reverses family separation policy
Given the US president's new executive order, it is unclear what happens to the children currently separated from their parents.
Kunal Kamra: Indian comedian riles ruling party with edgy humour
Kunal Kamra has made a habit of taking backlash in stride as he takes on the Modi government with his political humour.
South Sudan rebel chief meets President Kiir in Ethiopia
Two South Sudanese leaders met for the first time since a peace deal broke down in 2016.
Yemen rebels vow to fight on after Hudaida airport defeat
Rebel leader Abdulmalik al-Houthi called for reinforcements to repel the advance of Saudi-Emirati coalition forces.
World's plastic waste crisis to worsen after China import ban
China's decision to end import of plastic waste will end up in millions of tons of displaced plastic trash.
Costa's goal sees off strong Iran challenge in World Cup 2018
Deflected goal off Costa's leg gives Spain first win of the tournament after strong show by Iran.
Instagram unveils new video service app
IGTV will increase Instagram's video time limit from one minute to 10 minutes for most users.
UK: More than 450 patients died from opiate prescriptions
New report says the 'institutionalised' practice of prescribing opiates without medical justification led to the deaths.
EU to begin counter trade tariffs against US on Friday
EU retaliatory tariffs will initially target a list of US goods worth $3.24bn.
What is behind US decision to abandon UN Human Rights Council?
Washington pulls out of the UN Human Rights Council, calling it a 'cesspool of political bias'.
In southern Syria, the US faces a Russia-Israel challenge
The US is being pushed to take action on Syria's southern front.
UN: Syrian forces committed war crimes in Eastern Ghouta
Besieged civilians were indiscriminately attacked, and systematically denied food and medicine, UN investigators say.
Will Russia let Iran down to win the US over?
Russia sees itself as a superpower, not as Iran's equal. This is what dictates its policies towards Iran.
Hungary criminalises aiding migrants with 'Stop Soros' bill
Set of controversial laws imposes jail terms on anybody seen to be aiding undocumented immigrants.
United against Erdogan: Turkey opposition's alliance of necessity
Four politically distinct parties form bloc to challenge Turkish president and his party in key polls.
Libya clashes at oil ports cut output by nearly half
'Production has seen a reduction by 450,000 barrels per day, plus 70 million cubic feet of natural gas.'
Ronaldo's goal helps Portugal knock Morocco out of World Cup 2018
The Portugal captain scored only goal of the match in the fourth minute to take his tally to four goals in two games.
Saudi, UAE coalition forces claim control of Hudaida airport
Yemeni army is blocking the road between Hudaida province and the capital, cutting Houthi supply lines and stopping reinforcements from getting through.
Hungary set to criminalise aiding migrants with 'Stop Soros' bill
Set of controversial laws targeting NGOs will impose jail terms on anybody seen to be aiding undocumented immigrants.
Rohingya surviving in 'the world's largest refugee camp'
Bangladesh's Kutupalong Camp is home to one million Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar's devastating military crackdown.
The story of a family torn apart by Trump's immigration policies
US president has not only forcibly separated children from parents seeking asylum, but also tore apart families who have been living in country for years.
UK's Theresa May comes out against US child separation policy
Leader of top US ally tells MPs that images of detained children are 'deeply disturbing' and 'wrong'.
From Cameroon to US-Mexico border: 'We saw corpses along the way'
Kombo Yannick is one of the many African asylum seekers who are braving the longer Latin America route to the US.
Divers join search for 192 missing in Indonesia mishap
Four confirmed dead, 18 rescued after wooden ferry, reportedly operating illegally, sank off North Sumatra on Monday.