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What the midterms (and past elections) show about US democracy

The contradictory outcome reflects deep political divisions and, increasingly, the antiquated quirks of the ConstitutionRead More

How indigenous 'vigilante' grandfathers protect forest life

A group of elders, frustrated with state response, protect forest from looting against backdrop of rising deforestation.Read More

Former Madagascar leaders head to election run-off

Andry Rajoelina and Marc Ravalomanana expected to contest December 19 second round of voting.Read More

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Statement comes after US media reports say CIA has concluded Saudi crown prince ordered Khashoggi's murder.Read More

Trump: US not considering Fethullah Gulen's extradition to Turkey

Comment comes after report says Washington is looking at extraditing Gulen in bid to ease Ankara's pressure on Riyadh.Read More

One dead, over 100 injured in French protests over fuel prices

Thousands of people blocked roads across France during 'yellow vest' demonstrations against the rising price of fuel.Read More

CAR suspect wanted for war crimes against Muslims handed to ICC

Once nicknamed 'Rambo', Alfred Yekatom is accused of leading 3,000 Anti-balaka fighters blamed for 2013-2014 atrocities.Read More

'They said leave or else': Why a Honduran family is fleeing to US

Many Hondurans on the Central American exodus to the United States are fleeing violence and political persecution. Read More

Will the US punish Mohammed bin Salman over Khashoggi's murder?

The CIA is reported to have concluded that the Saudi crown prince ordered the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.Read More

Ibrahim Mohamed Solih sworn in as new Maldives president

Maldives president vows to end systematic corruption and investigate alleged human rights abuses under his predecessor.Read More

Dozens of bodies found after attack on CAR refugee mission

Thousands of internally displaced people flee site in Alindao, in latest violent incident in Central African Republic. Read More

Saudi cleric's son: 'Everyone is threatened'

We speak with the son of imprisoned Saudi Muslim leader Salman al-Awdah about the crown prince's crackdown on dissent.Read More

The Brexit endgame

A look at the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement and the issues behind the UK's divorce process from the European Union.Read More

'A crucial moment': Yemen's warring sides to attend peace talks

UN envoy says representatives from the Yemeni government and Houthi rebels will attend negotiations in Sweden.Read More

CIA says Saudi crown prince ordered Khashoggi's murder: reports

Washington Post, AP report US intelligence officials concluded Mohammed bin Salman ordered killing of Jamal Khashoggi.Read More

Amid Brexit chaos, Britain's political system finally implodes

A second referendum could help ease the problem, but what Britain really needs is a radical economic transformation.Read More

Iraq to establish free-trade zone along border with Iran

Iraqi President Salih and Iran's President Rouhani discuss gas-electricity swap, joint oil exploration, in Tehran talks.Read More

Palestinian 'geeks' code their way to a better future in Gaza

Coding is empowering a new generation of Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip and helping many find work.Read More

Malaysia and Indonesia are bucking the global trend on democracy

Across the world, democracy is in retreat, but that's not the case in Southeast Asia's two biggest Muslim countries.Read More

Syrian refugees guide their way to integration in Oxford museum

Refugees, including Syrians, become volunteer tour guides in Oxford's history museum as part of an integration scheme.Read More

Bangladesh: Jailed photographer Shahidul Alam granted bail

Shahidul Alam was arrested by police 102 days ago after media interviews about a crackdown on protesters.Read More

Cyclone Gaja batters east India coastline

At least 13 killed and more 80,000 people forced from their homes as tropical system hits Tamil Nadu.Read More

China and US clash on trade at heated APEC summit

China's President Xi slams protectionism, as US VP Pence says Washington could double tariffs on Chinese goods.Read More

Argentina: Wreck of ARA San Juan submarine found after one year

Navy lost contact with ARA San Juan's 44 crew following an explosion on board in November 2017.Read More

Would Donald Trump be president without Facebook?

Author and tech pioneer Jaron Lanier explains how social media can feed into people's insecurities.Read More