Turkish warplanes strike Kurdish sites for a second time in three days after a suicide attack in Ankara.
Planting trees has been promoted as a method for addressing global warming, but could it do more harm than good?
Government's planned crackdown makes the future of an estimated 1.7 million Afghans in Pakistan uncertain.
Deaths spark political storm, with the opposition accusing the state government and hospital authorities of negligence.
The blaze occurred when a home-made refinery ignited a nearby oil reservoir, leaving victims severely burned.
US president's son has become a favourite subject of criticism for Republican lawmakers and conservative media figures.
Tensions rise after Trudeau announces 'credible allegations' that India agents were linked to Canadian citizen's murder.
Armenia parliament ratifies ICC's founding statute, subjecting itself to court's jurisdiction and vexing Russia.
Since the Tang Dynasty (618–907), China has given or lent pandas to other countries, but now many are headed back home.
Qatari students aim to make 'food accessible to people all over the world' with their 3D printer.
Chaos erupts after gunfire is heard in the late afternoon approaching peak shopping hours at the Siam Paragon mall.
And what could be next for the Russian mercenary group in Ukraine, after Yevgeny Prigozhin's death?
Italian islanders and survivors of two deadly shipwrecks remember the disasters and call for change.
The rise in bedbugs in Paris is linked to increasing travellers and insecticide resistance.
Website founder Prabir Purkayastha and another staff arrested after raids over allegations of receiving foreign money.
People continue to die in the Mediterranean as we are yet to see a coordinated rescue effort and safe migration routes.
An escalation into a conflict in the Western Balkans was averted but the likelihood of future flare-ups remains high.
UN Security Council approves troop deployment, months after Kenya proposed sending 1,000 officers to Haiti.
A decade after two tragic shipwrecks that shook Europe, Lampedusa is at the centre of a humanitarian crisis again.
Startups trying to help African public health systems cater to the needs of everyday people, say they face barriers too.
People flee after gunfire is heard inside popular shopping complex in central Bangkok.
The top award in physics goes to three scientists for 'experimental methods that generate attosecond pulses of light'.
Fans at the Asian Games were asked to avoid flying balls as 26 sixes were hit into the stands by India and Nepal.
The government declares three days of national mourning following the attack by suspected armed groups near Mali border.
Thousands of police officers take part in operations in dozens of provinces after blast in the capital.