The launch of a historic transition to civilian rule in Sudan comes eight months after the start of popular protests, in which more than 250 were killed.
As the Syrian regime battles the last rebel stronghold, could it begin to release those detained in inhumane conditions since the beginning of the conflict?
Investor anxiety has been fed by President Donald Trump's threat of new US tariff hikes on Chinese goods, protests in Hong Kong and weaker-than-expected data from India, Argentina and Singapore.
Five days after 22 people were killed at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, panicked shoppers fled a Walmart in Springfield, Missouri, after a man carrying a rifle and wearing body armor walked around the store before being stopped.
In the middle of the holiday season, Italy seems set for renewed instability after Interior Minister Salvini called for a new election based on his party’s high polling.
Egypt's interior ministry said they killed at least 17 militants in raids in Cairo and in Fayoum, four days after a car filled with explosives wrecked outside the county's main cancer hospital, killing at least 20 people.
The UK's marginally increased naval pressure on Iran is not likely to make waves in the Gulf, but it does serve as a good example of a shifting tide in global influence.
Almost 700 migrants were arrested just hours before President Donald Trump visited El Paso, Texas, where a man linked to an online screed about a “Hispanic invasion” was charged in a shooting that left 22 people dead.
Hundreds sang, chanted and toted signs at a rally in El Paso, Texas, to protest white supremacy, demand gun control and make it clear that they were not pleased President Donald Trump was in town.
The US may have to go back to the drawing board for its Syria policy if it forces Turkey into another operation in Syria.
Mozambique's president and the leader of the country's main opposition group signed a new peace accord Tuesday, pledging to end years of violence and facilitate elections in the fall.
North Korea's latest missile launches were meant as a warning to Washington and Seoul over their joint war games, the North's leader Kim Jong Un said, according to state news agency KCNA.
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