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Manchester attack suspect 'likely' did not act alone
UK home secretary says suspected bomber 'likely' did not act alone as soldiers take on guard duties at key public sites.
Paul Pogba: 'We played for the people who died'
Emotional victory for Manchester United in Stockholm followed a moment of silence in memory of the 22 killed in blast.
Three dead confirmed in Jakarta double bombing
Two explosions strike bus station in Indonesia's capital, killing three police officers and wounding 10 people.
Nepal PM Pushpa Kumar Dahal steps down
Dahal's departure from government follows threat by opposition Communist UML party to block his speech in parliament.
Donald Trump meets Pope Francis at the Vatican
Visit comes after public disagreements between the two men over climate change, immigration and refugee policy.
Taiwan top court rules in favour of gay marriage
Judges in small island nation say current laws violate constitutional rights, but conservatives angered by ruling.
Qatar to 'prosecute perpetrators' of QNA hacking
Investigation launched into security breach by hackers who posted fake reports on the national news agency's platforms.
Al-Shabab claims deadly Mogadishu attack
Mayor's spokesman confirms deaths of eight people, including a mother and her son, in explosion near police checkpoint.
Duterte considers martial law for entire Philippines
Residents flee Mindanao's Marawi city as fighters reportedly behead a local police chief and take churchgoers hostage.
How to protect 'soft targets' after Manchester bombing?
Unprecedented security measures taken across Britain after Monday's suicide attack at a Manchester concert arena.
Refugees drown off Libya's Mediterranean coast
Children among 34 reportedly dead after about 200 migrants and refugees fall off overloaded vessel while being rescued.
US army 'lost track of $1bn worth of arms'
Amnesty International urges the US and other countries to stop arms transfers that could fuel atrocities.
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Inside Syria: How life goes on in a besieged town
Civilians in Erbin, one of Eastern Ghouta's besieged communities, live with no water, electricity or public services.
Ramadan 2017: Why is it so important for Muslims?
Ramadan is upon us once again. Here is what happens during the holy month.
US budget to increase defence spending
US President Donald Trump's first budget shows big jump for defence spending and steep reductions for aid and health.
Why Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel
No country in the world recognises Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, with the exception of Russia.
Mindanao: Churchgoers 'taken hostage' amid Marawi siege
Ongoing violence prompts 'mass exodus' from Marawi, as President Rodrigo Duterte considers nationwide martial law.
Lebanon: The Battle of Abra
We investigate an incident highlighting tensions in Lebanese politics, the role of Hezbollah and the sectarian divide.
Amnesty: Palestinian writer is 'prisoner of conscience'
Human rights group calls for the release of Ahmad Qatamesh, a prominent writer jailed without charges or trial.
US: Who is Sheriff David Clarke?
Controversial Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County says he will join Trump's Department of Homeland Security.
Africa is not poor, we are stealing its wealth
It's time to change the way we talk and think about Africa.
Venezuela: What is happening today?
A look at the country's ongoing protests against the government of President Maduro and the current political situation.
Ramadan 2017: Fasting hours around the world
Fasting will be the longest in Greenland and Sweden, and shortest in Chile and Australia.
Ramadan 2017: First day of fasting expected May 27
Saudi Arabia has called for moon sighting on Thursday evening. If no moon is spotted, fasting begins on Saturday.
Kenya: Police officers killed in al-Shabab bomb attack
The police officers were on patrol when their vehicle was hit a by a landmine laid by armed group al-Shabab.
Manchester attack: Defiant residents stage vigil
City defiant and sombre after suspected ISIL attack kills 22 people - mainly children - at Ariana Grande concert.
Macron seeks to extend state of emergency to November
Emmanuel Macron also preparing new security measures and legislation having studied 'new terrorist threat'
Nicolas Maduro launches constitution overhaul
President presents plans for a new popular assembly, a move decried by the opposition as a tactic to cling onto power.
A crisis within a crisis: Refugees in Lesbos
Two families - one Greek, one Iraqi - come together in a Lesbos hotel, looking for stability amid their own crises.
Moody's downgrades China over surging debt fears
Beijing rejects ratings agency's assessment, saying it overestimated the risks to the Chinese economy.
Myanmar's Suu Kyi opens fresh round of peace talks
Delegates seek to revive country's faltering peace process amid some of the worst violence in years.
Egypt detains ex-presidential candidate Khaled Ali
Detention follows complaint that Ali made an 'obscene hand gesture' outside a Cairo court in January, his lawyer says.
Duterte declares martial law after Mindanao attack
Emergency declaration follows heavy clashes between security forces and fighters in Mindanao's Marawi city.
EU court highlights Romanian domestic-violence failures
European Court for Human Rights finds lack of commitment in Romania to address domestic assault despite legal framework.
Britain's security alert level raised to 'critical'
'Wider group of individuals' may be linked to Manchester attack that killed 22 people, Prime Minister Theresa May says.
North Korea on 'inevitable' path to nuclear ICBM: US
DIA chief says if left unchecked, it's only a matter of time before Pyongyang can strike the US with a nuclear missile.
1,000 asylum seekers stranded in the Mediterranean
Italian Coast Guard launches major rescue operation with about 700 people saved, many of them children.
Bahrain: 5 dead as security forces clash with 'outlaws'
Operation took place in Diraz, home village of Ayatollah Isa Qassim and site of a sit-in encampment of his followers.
Manchester attack: Salman Abedi named suicide bomber
Prime minister announces change in the threat level from severe to critical, saying further attacks may be imminent.
Ethiopia's Tedros becomes first African to head WHO
Tedros Adhanom elected to head UN agency but controversy surrounds his role in Ethiopia's repressive government.
Eurozone fails to agree fresh Greek bailout
Talks in Brussels did not end in a deal needed to unlock Greece’s next installment of multi-billion euro bailout.
Syria: Suicide car bombs hit Homs city, Damascus suburb
At least four people are reported dead after a car bomb goes off in Homs, as a second explosion hits a Damascus suburb.
Ousted South Korean President Park goes on trial
Park Geun-hye denies all 18 charges against her in first court appearance since impeachment over power abuse scandal.
John Brennan: Russia interfered in US election process
Former CIA chief John Brennan says he warned Russia's FSB security chief of tainted relationship if it interfered.
James Bond actor Roger Moore dies aged 89
Family confirms death in Switzerland after bout with cancer of British actor who played the iconic spy in seven films.
Donald Trump ends Middle East tour
US president calls for peace between Israelis and Palestinians but sheds little clarity on how to achieve that.
When Bouana Traore's death led to France's 2005 riots
Siyakha Traore reflects on the day his 15-year-old brother, fearing lengthy interrogation, hid from police and died.
Deutsche Welle journalist Niragira released by DR Congo
Antediteste Niragira was arrested last Wednesday on accusations of spying in the DRC.
Can Trump solve the Middle East conflict?
Donald Trump says he is committed to finding a peace deal for Israel and the Palestinians.