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Updated 2019-05-24 00:25
US charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with espionage
US unveils 17 new criminal charges against Assange, accusing him placing US at risk by publishing classified documents.
Trump prepared to bypass Congress on Saudi arms sale: senators
Democrats warn Trump may use 'emergency' loophole to sell missiles to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval.
Brexit: Time running out for UK's Theresa May
British prime minister's latest attempt to deliver a Brexit deal has provoked a backlash from within her own party.
Is Saudi ramping up the campaign against religious scholars?
Reports have emerged that three Muslim scholars face execution in Saudi Arabia after Ramadan.
Deadly Syrian strikes as army battles rebel counterattack
War monitor says at least eight people were killed, including two children, as government intensifies air campaign.
Why Sudan needs a slow transition
Rushing the country into an early election would be a major mistake.
Egyptian court orders the release of Mahmoud Hussein
Mahmoud Hussein's release order follows more than two years of imprisonment without charge or trial.
Automatic facial recognition challenged in UK court
Collecting biometric data such as facial scans in mass surveillance schemes undermines human rights, say activists.
India votes Modi back with landmark mandate
Hindu nationalist BJP storms back to power with thumping majority winning more than 300 of the 542 seats.
Iran vows no surrender - even if bombed by 'enemies'
War rhetoric ratchets up again as Iranian president says his people will never give up the fight for their independence.
Albania government denies links to organised crime
Protesters say the government in Tirana has failed to crack down on criminal gangs.
UN envoy: 'Libya a textbook example of foreign intervention'
Ghassan Salame says between 'six and 10 countries are permanently interfering in Libya's problem'.
Yemen's Houthi rebels attack Saudi's Najran airport - again
Houthi fighters launch a new drone strike on an airport along the border with Saudi, as Riyadh says it shot it down.
GLAAD: LGBTQ representation in film is up, but not all
Organisation says while LGBTQ representation was up for major films last year, none included transgender characters.
Pelosi: Move to impeach Trump now would be premature, 'divisive'
Nancy Pelosi says she wishes that the president's family, staff would have an intervention after Trump 'tantrum'.
UNRWA rejects US bid to remove its mandate
Head of UN agency rejects US proposal for countries hosting Palestinian refugees to take over food aid services.
In memory of a literary gangster
Binyavanga Wainaina inspired me and a whole generation of Kenyans to put pen to paper.
Libya fighting: Thousands of students unable to go to school
Some schools have been used as temporary shelters for those displaced by the fighting.
Bank CEO Calk charged in scheme to win Trump administration job
Prosecutors say Federal Savings Bank CEO Stephen Calk approved risky loans to Trump's ex-campaign chair Paul Manafort.
Voting begins in European elections
This year's polls have generated a level of drama and debate normally reserved for the national stage.
Syria war: Rebels make gains against Syrian army
Turkey-Russian ties extend beyond Syria but Idlib is where they are bargaining and strengthening their negotiating hand.
Boeing officials discuss future of 737 MAX
US hosting civil aviation officials from around the world to discuss future of Boeing 737 MAX.
Girl, 10, sixth known migrant child to die in US custody
Officials say 10-year-old girl from El Salvador died in US custody in September 2018 in a case not previously reported.
Juana's story: Seeking sanctuary in a US church
As immigration policies tighten in the US, two filmmakers document a woman's battle to avoid being separated from her family.
Rahul Gandhi loses Amethi seat in the biggest upset of 2019 polls
Congress president loses his own parliamentary seat in the Gandhi family borough of Amethi in Uttar Pradesh state.
'American Taliban' Lindh released from US prison: US media
John Walker Lindh served 17 years of a 20-year sentence after pleading guilty to providing support to the Taliban.
India elections 2019: All the latest updates
Coalition led by the Hindu nationalist BJP set to win nearly 350 of 542 seats as the opposition stands decimated.
Deadly air raids kill civilians in Afghanistan: UN
At least seven children were among 14 killed in the raids in Helmand and Kunar provinces, UN says.
Young, educated and jobless: The struggles of India's graduates
Recent studies show that people with degrees find it harder to land jobs than those without.
China lodges solemn protest with US over Huawei ban
China's commerce ministry spokesperson says US must also show maturity if trade talks are to continue.
What you need to know about India's BJP
Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party sweeps general elections as it gets a mandate to pursue pro-Hindu policies.
Illegal cannabis production in West Bank rises as economy tanks
Drug raids in West Bank rise by 30 percent as struggling Palestinians turn to growing cannabis for Israeli market.
Zimbabwe: Activists charged with plotting to subvert government
Authorities in Zimbabwe have charged five human rights campaigners arrested earlier this week with plotting to overthrow the government.
Brexit-bound UK, Netherlands kick off EU elections
Voters in the UK and the Netherlands are the first to vote in elections being held across the European Union.
Jakarta protests: Fireworks, tear gas mark Jokowi's re-election
Protests turned violent for a second consecutive night in Jakarta following the re-election of President Widodo.
In Ireland, refugees are organising to reform the asylum system
Around 6,000 asylum seekers live in 35 centres and many complain of poor conditions and lengthy delays in the process.
Migrant teen latest to die in largest detention centre of US
US border facility temporarily suspends migrant intake after sixth child dies in custody.
US, Japan, South Korea, Australia hold first joint naval drills
Show of force comes before Trump's visit to Japan as US looks to allies in Asia to help counter China.
All you need to know about the European Parliament elections
The European Parliament vote is often considered mundane but with Brexit and rising populism, this year could surprise.
Pakistan military says it test-fired ballistic missile Shaheen-II
Test conducted as early results from Indian election put Prime Minister Modi in line for re-election.
Libya's rebel commander Haftar tells Macron no ceasefire for now
French President Macron has for weeks called on warring sides in Libya to reach an unconditional ceasefire.
Bangladesh blocks news websites in press freedom gag
At least two sites shut down in a month with no reason given by authorities.
Canada to remove rubbish from Philippines by end of June
Announcement comes on the heels of a threat made by Philippine government to dump the waste into Canadian waters.
Refugee suicide attempts up on Manus after Australia election
Ten men have tried killing themselves since Australia's conservative government returned to power, refugees say.
Indonesia frees ethnic Chinese woman jailed for blasphemy
Meliana, who was sentenced to 18 months in jail for blasphemy, has been released on parole.
India counts votes after marathon general elections
Early trends show Prime Minister Narendra Modi's National Democratic Alliance ahead, as vote counting under way.
Jakarta clashes continue for second night over election result
Indonesian police arrest hundreds of people as fresh rioting erupts overnight after announcement of election result.
FIFA shelves plan to expand 2022 World Cup to 48 teams
World football governing body scraps plans to expand tournament in Qatar from 32 teams, citing 'logistical' problems.
Pentagon 'mulls sending thousands more troops' to Middle East
Reports citing unnamed US officials say Department of Defense is considering deploying extra forces over Iran tensions.
Fears of Ebola pandemic if violent attacks continue in DR Congo
Armed groups' attacks on health facilities and workers in DRC must stop to prevent spread of virus, officials say.