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Novelist remains hospitalised with serious injuries, but is now off the ventilator and able to talk, says agent.
Kenya remains on tenterhooks as partial official results show veteran opposition leader ahead in presidential race.
Israeli police are on the hunt for a gunman after a shooting attack on a bus in Jerusalem's Old City.
Maiga is suffering from exhaustion after working for 14 months without break, his office says.
President Zelenskyy says Ukraine is targeting Russian soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant, or use it as cover.
Scientists say intense droughts, wildfires and heatwaves are the new reality.
Sri Lanka confirms the Yuan Wang 5 ship will arrive next week, despite concerns raised by neighbouring India.
Hadi Matar, 24, is accused of attacking the author at event in New York state and is being held without bond.
Classified US government documents were seized from Donald Trump's sprawling Mar-a-Lago retreat in Florida.
Some offered praise for the assault targeting a writer they believe tarnished the Islamic faith with his 1988 book.
Demonstrators carrying a banner that read 'August 15 is a black day' demanded rights to work, political participation.
The rise in female governors from Tuesday's vote is a small but significant improvement over 2017.
Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, France, the Netherlands and the UK are enduring severe droughts this summer.
Yasukuni shrine for war dead is seen in China and South Korea as a symbol of Japan's former military aggression.
White House says US's 'freedom of navigation' transits will reflect its response to China's 'provocative' behaviour.
As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 171st day, we take a look at the main developments.
The UN urges windfall tax on the profits of oil and gas giants.
In July, criminal groups staged almost 90 attacks on the police and military, killing 13 police officers, monitor says.
Author Rushdie is on ventilator and could lose an eye following a stabbing attack at a literary event in New York state.
Ennahdha can help stop Tunisia's democratic backsliding - but to succeed, it needs to reform itself.