Eradicating terror from Afghanistan remains the top priority, but all sides must now agree on methods.
In recent weeks in Afghanistan, militants have carried out several roadside bombings and rocket attacks in Kabul and other parts. Latest series of explosions appears to be the first coordinated effort for some months.
EU leaders agree that a much bigger bail out is required. How this is structured is dividing Europe and opening old wounds.
Group representing Muslim charities says ‘Campaign for National Solidarity’ will help those hit hardest by the pandemic, which has caused close to 14,000 deaths in the UK.
Analysts warn of tougher times ahead, with weaker external demand for Chinese goods to weigh on growth as key export markets are battered by Covid-19.
Repeated bombings over five years of war have destroyed or closed more than half of Yemen's health facilities. Over in Israel, the number of coronavirus infections has crossed 10,000.
European governments are scrambling to put together hundreds of billions of euros to save lives, companies, and families from going bankrupt as countries hit hardest by the virus are also those that can least afford the costs, like Italy and Spain.
Taliban said, "the intentional delays in the release of our prisoners violates the peace agreement, therefore we call back our technical team back from Kabul".
The pipeline is operated by the Yemeni government-owned Safer oil company but no oil has been pumped through it for years.
The prospect of Covid-19 hitting Yemen is terrifying considering the already ongoing humanitarian catastrophes in the country.
The blast occurred in Helmand province where both the Taliban and Daesh are said to be active.
Asian stocks fell following a sell-off on Wall Street, with investor confidence continuing to be rattled by the coronavirus crisis.
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