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Israel election: Voting under way in second poll in five months

Analysts say Benjamin Netanyahu unlikely to be able to secure majority, raising prospect of unity government.Read More

Taliban suicide attacks kill at least 48 before Afghan elections

One attack targeted President Ghani's campaign rally in Charikar while the other blast took place in Kabul.Read More

Jordan teachers vow to fight on for long-promised raises

Earning near the poverty line, striking teachers say it's time for the government to honour its years-old commitment.Read More

Saudi Arabia sold building where Khashoggi was killed: Report

Turkish broadcaster says consular building in Istanbul was sold for as little as a third of value more than a month ago.Read More

Israel election: Exit polls show Netanyahu trails rival Gantz

Preliminary results are due on Wednesday and final tally next week, with results expected to be similar to April vote.Read More

Mexico mass grave: Dozens of bodies found in plastic bags

At least 29 bodies were found stuffed in 119 plastic bags in a well outside of Guadalajara.Read More

Saudi oil attacks: All the latest updates

Riyadh calls on world's governments to confront drone attacks on its oil installations 'regardless of their origin'.Read More

US government sues Edward Snowden over his memoir

Justice Department says Snowden violated nondisclosure agreements by publishing 'Permanent Record' without gov't review.Read More

Thai PM defends police monitoring of Muslim students

Database on Muslims needed to combat 'ill-intended people' in Thailand's universities, says leader.Read More

Desperate journeys: Police clear migrant camp in France

The makeshift camp is being cleared and migrants being dispersed around the country.Read More

Has the world failed the Rohingya Muslims?

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar face a 'serious risk of genocide', the UN has warned. Read More

Hundreds killed in Brazil's Amazon over land, resources: HRW

Human Rights Watch finds that of 300 cases of killings in the Amazon in the last decade, only 14 were tried in court.Read More

Afghan student invited to UN youth climate summit denied US visa

Teen selected to participate in first UN youth climate summit unable to travel as US embassy rejects visa application. Read More

Afghanistan explosions: Dozens killed in two separate blasts

The Taliban says its suicide bomber targeted special forces soldiers but most of those killed and injured were civilians.Read More

Pence says attacks against allies, global energy supply will fail

US vice president says Pompeo heading to Saudi Arabia, US 'evaluating evidence' following attacks on Saudi oil plants.Read More

Tunisia: Saied, Karoui advance to runoff after topping polls

Law professor Saied, imprisoned media mogul Karoui were seen as outsiders before the polls.Read More

World Cup 2022: A room with a view at Qatar's Al Bayt Stadium

Luxury suites built right inside one of the nine stadiums to host football World Cup matches in Qatar.Read More

Afghanistan attack: Will voters stop going to polls?

President Ashraf Ghani cancels his appearance in the first televised presidential debate, leaving his rival Abdullah Abdullah taking the stage alone.Read More

10 Iran-backed fighters killed in Syria attack: Report

Air attack hits a weapons depot belonging to armed groups supported by Iran, security officials say.Read More

Cokie Roberts, renowned US political journalist, dies at 75

Roberts is described as a pioneer, helping shape journalism landscape at a time when 'few women had prominent roles'.Read More

Israel elections: Polls in rerun vote open

Benjamin Netanyahu, who promised to annex the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, says leftists will 'weaken' Israel.Read More

Palestinian sues former Israeli commander Gantz for war crimes

On day of Israeli elections, Dutch court holds hearing to determine if serious contender could face a war crimes case.Read More

Taliban delegation visits Iran to 'discuss latest developments'

Iran's foreign ministry spokesman said talks are part of Tehran's 'comprehensive consultations' with all Afghan parties.Read More

Apple says $14bn EU tax order 'defies reality and common sense'

US tech giant says Brussels is trying to 'retrofit national law' in Ireland as EU court hears case over 2016 tax bill.Read More

Analysis: Will Benjamin Netanyahu be re-elected?

Israel's prime minister is competing for his fifth term in office.Read More