Moscow says statements prove alleged gas attack in Douma was staged, but Western envoys condemn 'obscene masquerade'.
After a difficult confirmation process, senators vote 57-42 in favour of US President Donald Trump's nominee.
French government launches plan to tackle discrimination and deprivation faced by people in poor suburban areas.
Forty companies in the UK have pledged to reduce plastic waste over the next seven years.
Anti-government protests organised through social media against new cyber laws have been prevented in Tanzania.
A convoy of 10 aid workers has gone missing in South Sudan, prompting concerns over the group's wellbeing.
Islamabad High Court dismisses Khwaja Muhammad Asif for making omissions on a parliamentary wealth declaration.
Iran being 'demonised' for opposing western powers and their allies attempting to dominate the Middle East, experts say.
As Soroush app is officially launched in Iran, Telegram users reported problems using the messaging platform.
A rape crisis at Australian universities threatens the country's $18bn international student industry.
African photographers are still struggling with exclusion and marginalisation by major press organisations.
Fridayâ€™s summit will be only the third of its kind in history.
Family fears Ahmad al-Awartani may face torture following his arrest for his criticism of the Palestinian government.
This meeting is a landmark one that could bring peace between two nations, divided by decades of war and hostility. On Friday, the North and South Korean leaders will meet face-to-face for direct...
Evreux, a town in the French region of Normandy, is one place where authorities are seeking best ways to invest in jobs, transport and education.
Qatar's flag carrier lost access to 18 cities in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain due to blockade imposed last year.
What should we make of Ai Weiwei's 'Laundromat' installation?
Parliament expected to hold a special session on May 1 to debate and possibly elect Serzh Sargsyan's replacement.
The athlete would have been 100 years old on April 26.
US lawyer to hold clinics to explain what the Central Americans can expect during their applications for asylum.
Analysts say ruling communist party and its junior ally, the Maoists, are 'in permanent chaos' over governance.
A graphene composite developed by University of Manchester is being tested by an Israeli drone manufacturer.
Many celebrated a recent resolution issued by Pyongyang as a sign that it will denuclearise. Here is why they are wrong.
Six months after the country's deadliest bombing, life is slowly returning to normal in Somalia's capital city, but uncertainty remains.
Streams, rivers and wadis burst their banks as violent storms hit Israel and the Palestinian Territories.