Refugees reject Aung San Suu Kyi's claim that Rohingya are safe in Myanmar, as Amnesty accuses her of victim blaming.
South Korea and the US also stage exercises in the Korean Peninsula, conducting a joint bombing drill.
Arms sales to Riyadh exceed $8bn, while UK government receives just $40m of corporate tax, War Child report says.
Eberhard van der Laan's notice prompts outpouring of grief, as Dutch media declare popular politician a 'folk hero'.
Greek Orthodox Church plunged into renewed crisis as its leaders are accused of selling off land to Jewish settlers.
How Myanmar's jade trade, land grabs and vested economic interests contribute to what the UN calls "ethnic cleansing".
In a basement in Athens, antifascists are combining their love for Muay Thai with their opposition to racism and sexism.
PM Roosevelt Skerrit says Dominica has 'lost all what money can buy' after Hurricane Maria ravages Caribbean island.
In her first comments on Rohingya crisis, Myanmar's leader says she is 'concerned' over Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh.
All the latest developments since the UN imposed sanctions on North Korea on August 4.
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Forecasters warn the now Category 5 storm has the potential to be 'catastrophic' as it makes landfall on Dominica.
Protesters, unhappy with a new budget approved earlier this month, take to the streets for a second week.
Hours before she delivers national address, leaders call on Suu Kyi to push for an end to violence in Myanmar's Rakhine.
World leaders gather in New York for the 72nd UN General Assembly.
Just last year, 48 journalists were killed on the job around the world. More than 5 times that number were jailed.
Pyongyang says latest sanctions will only increase "pace towards the ultimate completion of the state nuclear force".
Palestinian Authority's Rami Hamdallah to follow up on Hamas concessions to end decade-long rift with Fatah.
Surfers from around the world are converging on a remote Norwegian archipelago for the Lofoten Masters competition.
US president's first speech to UN General Assembly is expected to cover five big issues.
A deep-rooted nationalism unites Kurds in northern Iraq, almost all of whom are convinced they need their own state.
Syrian soldiers, backed by Russian air raids, cross Euphrates River in a head-on course with rival SDF fighters.
AfD, the first far-right party set to enter German parliament in more than half a century, attacks Islam and refugees.
Government cites security reasons for blocking internet use after incidents of civil unrest.
On the colonial colouring of the culinary calamity the British call a cup of tea.