Animal deaths in the Kashmir conflict have gone mostly undocumented and are treated as collateral damage unworthy of attention.
Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's 65-year-old sister, known as Rasmiya Awad, was captured in a raid on Monday evening on a trailer container she was living in with her family near the town of Azaz in Aleppo province.
According to independent online air quality index monitor AirVisual, New Delhi was the most polluted major city in the world, at twice the level of Lahore in Pakistan, which was a distant second.
A Japanese newspaper reported that the National Tax Agency found ex-CEO of Nissan Carlos Ghosn used the company’s money for several years to pay consultant's fees to his sister for fictitious work and to make donations to a university in Lebanon.
Bangladesh cricket players release a list of demands and the boycott has affected the ongoing National Cricket League, the country's first class cricket competition, and the national training camp ahead of the tour of India.
Carrie Lam said a ban on face masks would take effect on Saturday under the emergency laws that allow authorities to "make any regulations whatsoever" in whatever they deem to be in the public interest.
Protests broke out on Tuesday across several Iraqi governorates demanding an improvement in living conditions and an end to corruption.
US President Donald Trump boiled over at the impeachment inquiry Democrats are pursuing over his July 25 phone call to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
A US drone strike that left more than 30 farmers dead is another untold tragedy that rarely gets covered.
The Saudi-led coalition said it had destroyed four sites used in assembling remote-controlled boats and sea mines to help protect the freedom of maritime navigation, as they launched a military operation north of Yemen's port city of Hodeidah.
Police issue a statement expressing "severe condemnation" after what began as a mostly peaceful protest had spiralled into violence in some of the Chinese territory's key business, shopping and tourist districts.
Nollywood, the affectionate nickname for Nigeria’s film industry, is increasingly grabbing the attention, and financing, of global entertainment brands as it produces hundreds of films and TV episodes each month.
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