Rare public show of defiance backed by army and ruling party officials comes days after military takeover.
Saudi authorities are making deals with people held in sweeping government crackdown, sources say.
We ask US Congressman Ro Khanna about the US alliance with Saudi Arabia and where Congress should draw the line.
Situation tense as thousands march in Harare to call for Robert Mugabe's resignation days after military takeover.
Lebanese leader in Paris with wife but without three children amid speculations he remains 'a Saudi political hostage'.
An air, sea and land blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt is now in its fourth month.
United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn ended with some progress on the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
President Michelle Bachelet has earned plaudits abroad but at home her approval ratings are low and voter apathy high.
Israel's control over the Palestinian population is based on a system of colour-coded IDs in the occupied territories.
Rights groups denounces the usage of live ammunition against opposition supporters, but police deny firing live bullets.
Thousands expected to march in anti-Mugabe rally in Harare, as top officials withdraw confidence on embattled leader.
Nicholas Rasmussen, who headed the intelligence organisation for three years, will leave in December.
French president expected to welcome Lebanese leader and his family in Paris on Saturday.
Car bombing leaves at least 20 dead and dozens more wounded at site housing displaced families near city of Deir Az Zor.
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Rapid Support Forces was once part of the border intelligence militia, known as Janjaweed, fighting in Darfur.
Critics say incident in South Dakota should raise serious questions about plans to expand oil pipelines in the US.
Erdogan deemed 'enemy collaborator' while modern Turkey's founder Ataturk shown as 'hostile' during military exercise.
Navy launches air and sea operation after loss of communication with the ARA San Juan for 48 hours.
State forces and ISIL-linked fighters have committed abuses that 'amount to war crimes', Amnesty International says.
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In Chile, Mapuche activists have been demanding the restoration of their ancestral land and regional autonomy.
The EU's likely future is an imperial neoliberal superstate. But there is also an alternative.
Mugabe attends university ceremony in Harare, as the army says it is engaging with the president 'on the way forward'.
Ro Khanna says US is aiding 'Saudi Arabia's war crimes' in Yemen and calls Saudi Crown Prince bin Salman 'not smart'.