A former lawyer, police officer and auditor, Genena says he has access to documents that prove the army was involved in stirring bloody violence following the 2011 uprising, but President Sisi detained him ahead of general elections in March.
Refugee families trapped in Greek Islands are surviving various odds — from tackling violence to rape threats — with the hope that the European Union may agree to assimilate them into Europe.
Rao Anwar is one of Karachi's most dreaded police officers. His recent target turned out to be a civilian who aspired to be a fashion model, triggering protests and raising doubts over his role in previous shootouts.
Health experts say mental health crisis has gripped Yemen, where only 40 psychiatrists are left to cure tens of thousands of people suffering from heart and mental diseases caused by post-traumatic stress disorder.
Edward J. Erickson, a US army veteran and historian, explains how ethnic tensions unravelled in the Middle East following World War I.
Failing economy, growing insurgency and low returns from food crops have left tens of thousands of Afghan farmers with no other choice but to return to poppy cultivation after a gap of 13 years.
NGO funding has been declining since Mugabe’s election win in 2013, but his removal is set to finish off the industry as foreign governments halt their support for anti-government groups.
The post-World War I peace deal is contentious for a significant number of Turks, including President Erdogan, who seeks to amend it for various security and historical reasons.
Imran Khan promises to be different from his predecessors if chosen to lead, but his ability to govern and his party's achievements in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region are contested. Yet he's confident about winning the upcoming national elections.
The 2009 military coup created the context for the current electoral coup. Since then, successive presidents have cemented the position of the National Party by putting in place a panoply of measures that would make Machiavelli blush.
Several activists argue that the artefacts displayed at the centre were stolen from Africa by various European colonisers in the 20th century – and they should be returned to their true owners.
Kufr Aqab is a neglected neighbourhood in East Jerusalem, where couples unable to afford homes have been moving in to build a community. The area was considered less likely to be demolished – but that's no longer the case.
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