Azerbaijan arrests former top Karabakh minister as exodus tops 50,000
Azerbaijan rejects Armenian accusations of ethnic cleansing, but images of tens of thousands of desperate people on the move have provoked widespread international alarm.
Deadly clashes in Palestinian camp in Lebanon rage for third day
At least 11 people have been kllled and 40 wounded in the clashes that broke out in Ain el-Hilweh camp, near the southern coastal city of Sidon, over the weekend.
Sudan army calls on ex-soldiers to re-enlist, sporadic fighting persists
The health ministry has said at least 730 people have died, though the true figure is likely much higher.
Israel halts Jewish visits to Al Aqsa, says gunmen shot dead
With a year-long escalation of Israeli-Palestinian violence, tensions are running especially high in the Holy Land as the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and the Jewish Passover coincide.
In West Bank, Blinken presses for two-state solution
Blinken is urging calm on both sides after last week's killing by a Palestinian gunman outside a Jerusalem synagogue and anger among Palestinians over actions by Israeli forces and settlers in the occupied West Bank.
A call for humanity and the planet’s future
It is time for people everywhere to take the initiative personally and collectively.
Israeli appeal court quashes ruling on Jewish prayer at Al Aqsa compound
Tensions have been further stoked by a flag march due to be held by nationalist Jews in Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday, marking its capture by Israel in a 1967 war.
Lethal autonomous facial recognition drones finally used in combat, says UN
These weapons are essentially 'killer robots', formerly the stuff of science fiction.
All 279 kidnapped Nigerian students released, governor says
Heavily-armed criminal gangs in northwest and central Nigeria have stepped up attacks in recent years, kidnapping for ransom, raping and pillaging.
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