India has published the final version of a list which effectively strips about 1.9 million people in the north-eastern state of Assam of their citizenship.
A powerful bloc in Iraq’s parliament has called for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, following a series of air raids targeting Iran-backed Shia militias in the country that have been blamed on Israel.
Another Cambodian opposition figure was arrested this week, in what is seen as a wider crackdown, as a prominent exiled party leader pledged to return to the country in November despite government threats.
Hong Kong’s airport has been thrown into chaos for the second day in a row, with all…
A policeman in Afghanistan’s southern Kandahar province has opened fire on his colleagues, killing seven other policemen, an Afghan official said.
Sunday’s attack was the latest case of so-called “insider attacks” – when an Afghan policeman or soldier turns his weapon on Afghan forces or international troops.
Security forces in Sudan have fired tear gas and ammunition at demonstrators protesting against the killing of…
Sudan’s military ruler has condemned the killing of five schoolchildren at a rally as protest leaders called off planned talks with the generals and thousands of students took to the streets to denounce the latest bout of violence.
orocco’s King Mohammed VI marked 20 years on the throne by pardoning thousands of prisoners, including some from the “Hirak” protest movement that rocked the country in 2016.
A Pakistani military plane on a training flight has crashed into homes near the garrison city of Rawalpindi, killing at least 17 people, most of them on the ground.
Fires, damaged homes and debris were visible in Mora Kalu village on the outskirts of Rawalpindi following the incident before dawn on Tuesday.
At least 57 prisoners were killed by other inmates during clashes between organised crime groups at the Altamira prison in northern Brazil on Monday, according to prison officials.
Thousands of protesters, dressed mostly in black, have held a rally at Hong Kong’s international airport to “educate” visitors about the demonstrations currently gripping the semi-autonomous city state as it braces for another weekend of protests.
More than 100 migrants and refugees are feared drowned after the boats they were travelling in capsized off Libya’s coast in the Mediterranean Sea, aid agencies said on Thursday.