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Venezuela votes on its next president with incumbent Nicolas Maduro widely expected to win a second term in office.
While some Anglophones are asking for equal representation in government and society, others are calling for their own country.
Videos online purport to show buses entering the last rebel enclave after midnight on Sunday to evacuate ISIL fighters from the area.
US determination to leave behind 2015 nuclear deal and pursue a harder line leaves Islamic Republic with no easy options.
A recent outbreak of the deadly virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has raised concerns of another epidemic.
Shia leader meets incumbent prime minister as Iraqi leaders enter period of negotiations for formation of next cabinet.
First serious injury as lava severs highway escape route after weeks of intensified volcanic eruptions on Kilauea.
Israel has tried to bury inconvenient facts about Lebanon and Gaza.
The UN Security Council must refer the Rohingya's case to the International Criminal Court.
President Mahmoud Abbas is in hospital for a third time this week, according to Palestinian media.
Wanuri Kahiu's film Rafiki has been announced as Kenya's first entry at the Cannes Film Festival.
The shadow of former leader General Muhammad Suharto still looms over Indonesia, 20 years after he left office.
Last weekend riot police raided two top nightclubs in what they said was an anti-drugs operation but club-goers were angered by the heavy-handed tactics used, prompting them to stage protests.
Rossy Mukendi was killed when police fired tear gas and live bullets at protesters in February.
But while scientists are still preparing to start human trials, people are already trying to buy the rejuvenating molecule online.
The new dispensary is a ray of hope for many who suffer from undiagnosed pain.
Critics are calling the Japanese film a modern masterpiece.
Venezuelaâ€™s national brain drain has seen students and professors leaving the country in unprecedented numbers.
A photo roundup of some of last week's events, including a plane crash in Cuba and protests in Gaza.
Attack on Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris comes amid a spike in far-right violence across Greece.