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Elections begin three-phase process to set up new governing institutions that aim to secure regional autonomy.
The air strikes reportedly struck sites controlled by the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah, says UK-based activist group.
Every dollar invested in disaster preparedness saves seven dollars in recovery.
Rallies planned as far-right events slated to host ex-Trump adviser Steve Bannon and anti-Muslim figure Pamela Geller.
The upcoming vote has little to do with Kurds' real grievances and much to share with conflicting geopolitical agendas.
Pakistani military says at least six civilians dead and dozens wounded in exchange of fire across the de-facto border.
Ahmed Hassan, 18, will face court on Friday after being charged with attempted murder following attack that injured 30.
The fight against impunity in Guantanamo Bay has finally reached the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
Trump and Ghani hold talks in New York as report says US approach to Afghanistan lacked 'whole of government approach'.
Transport authority declares US ride-booking company not 'fit and proper to hold a private hire operator licence'.
With deployment of US anti-missile defence system, Soseong-ri residents turn from being melon farmers to anti-war activists.
Owing to the power crisis, coastal pollution worsens, causing death and disease.
In speech to UN, Sheikh Hasina presses Myanmar to allow the return of 'hungry, distressed and hopeless' refugees.
Warning termed 'totally unacceptable' by Japan even as North's leader vows to make 'mentally deranged' Trump pay dearly.
Search-and-rescue operation under way but report of miraculous rescue of trapped girl in Mexico City proves false.
Tensions in strategically located Somalia illustrate how far the political ripples from the Gulf dispute have spread.
Nearly a dozen stations have had licenses suspended without notice as media crackdown continues ahead of 2018 election.
Prime minister acknowledges the dark history of Canada's colonisation as one of "humiliation, neglect and abuse".
Kim Jong-un responds to US president's 'totally destroy' threat by calling Donald Trump a 'rogue and a gangster'.
Leader of Social Democratic Party is projected to win 22 percent of the vote in Sunday's federal elections in Germany.