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2018-04-25T20:23:46.087Z
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Houthi leader's death could embolden the movement to carry out further attacks against Saudi Arabia, analysts say.
Authorities announce the arrest of a suspect over the killing of prominent crime journalist Javier Valdez.
After meeting Trump, a fierce 2015 deal critic, French leader advocates for agreement that will build on current pact.
World Health Organisation expresses concern over the rise of he mosquito-borne disease in Venezuela and Latin America.
Journalist Fatma Naib explored the painful practice of female genital mutilation that affects about 200 million women.
More than 45 people recently killed during air strikes by the Saudi and US-backed coalition in Yemen.
Football club to arrive for a two-game tour in a country accused of 'ethnic cleansing' against Rohingya Muslims.
Activists describe scenes of besieged camp in southern Damascus as Syrian forces attempt to drive ISIL out.
This week, the leaders of North and South Korea will meet for the first time in more than a decade.
The sentence comes after Genena claimed to be in possession of documents that could incriminate senior army officials.
IRGC staff changes and talk of the merits of a 'military president' suggest that a coup might be under consideration.
Why does the dangerous and painful practice of female genital mutilation persist in so many countries across the world?
Who gave permission to the New York Times to remove thousands of ISIL files from Iraq?
Fatma Naib undertook a journey to understand why so many communities continue to subject their daughters to female genital mutilation and what it would take for them to stop.
More than 1,100 people, mostly female garment workers, were crushed to death in the 2013 Rana Plaza collapse.
Supreme Court decision is a renewed blow to nongovernmental organisations operating in the Mediterranean.
The series of attacks have further dampened hopes for a brighter future and an end to the country's prolonged conflict.
A mother protests, a teenager comes of age, and a cameraman records his final moments – life in occupied Palestine.
Russia, which build the defective AngoSat-1, will construct a new satellite, scheduled to be launched in 2020.
Flash floods and mudslides wreak havoc in and around Nairobi as the rainy season sets in.