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Mugabe refuses to step down, but increasing internal calls could see former PM Mnangagwa back to the helm of power.
Potential sanctions against Lebanon could include a ban on flights, visas, exports and transfer of remittances.
Nicholas Rasmussen, who headed the intelligence organisation for three years, will leave in December.
With female foeticide still widespread, one woman tells her story of being mutilated for giving birth to her daughters.
With just a couple of dozen movie theatres still in operation, the country's cinema culture has all but disappeared.
In an interview with a Saudi website, Israel's army chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot signals closer ties with the kingdom.
Humanitarian aid agencies are calling on Saudi Arabia to completely lift its air, sea and land blockade of Yemen.
US and Russia at odds over UN Security Council vote on renewing investigation into chemical weapons use in Syria.
Despite violent past with Mugabe, Morgan Tsvangirai says he doesn't find comfort in the president's current predicament.
Just as many artists chose to boycott South African apartheid, so should they do today with Israeli apartheid.
Bloomberg News reports dozens of trading accounts of Saudis accused of corruption have been blocked.
The US is weighing whether to renew temporary protected status for Hondurans, leaving thousands in a state of anxiety.
In the past year, 34 journalists were killed in the field, more than 250 others were jailed and 55 remain missing.
New York Times reports notorious Habib el-Adly is consulting Crown Prince Salman during mass 'corruption' arrests.
After decades of disappearances and deaths, recent ruling in insurgency-affected eastern state raises hope for justice.
Political change came to Zimbabwe, but once again its people were not consulted.
The think tank that catapulted the term Islamophobia in 1997 says anti-Muslim racism is on the rise and more pervasive.
Hamas accuses Israel intelligence agency Mossad of being behind assassination of its Tunisian member Mohammed al-Zawari.
La Nina is officially announced as the eastern Pacific surface temperature swings beyond neutral to cold conditions.
A change in the weather cleans the air for a short while in northern Pakistan and northwest India.