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Full-day event focusing on the kingdom's recent purge and political shift to attract notable politicians and academics.
Africa's greatest storyteller Chinua Achebe would have been 87 today. This is his story.
As military takeover enters second day, army blocks key sites as officials and citizens hope for peaceful resolve.
At least seven dead as suicide bomber blows himself up in apparent attempt to strike political gathering.
The Cambodian Supreme Court will decide on outlawing the main opposition party on Thursday.
In 1976, President Mugabe said 'votes must go together with guns', but it is the army that has pulled out the weapons.
Human Rights Watch report says rape a 'prominent and devastating feature' in brutal violence against Rohingya.
Two male and two female attackers carry out multiple explosions in suburb of northern Borno state.
Self-proclaimed representative of Rajput caste, Karni Sena wants ban on period drama fearing it might distort history.
France is getting more involved in the political crisis in Lebanon, but experts say its diplomacy has limited influence.
Individuals and groups say restrictions imposed by the US Treasury Department hinder quick response to deadly disaster.
America's top diplomat decries Rohingya suffering but stops short of calling it ethnic cleansing or demanding sanctions.
Offer comes as Saudi-Lebanese ties worsen over Lebanese PM's surprise resignation and failure to return from Riyadh.
Robert Mugabe made the wrong choice that cost him the presidency. But this could turn for the better for Zimbabwe.
Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak al-Nahyan told dpa news agency Germany must exert more control over mosques.
On the streets of Zimbabwe's capital, guarded optimism and worry about future dominate discussions after army takeover.
A Belgian judge says imprisoning dismissed Catalan leaders would cause 'irreparable harm', according to legal documents.
International community is not doing enough to protect the persecuted minority, human rights defenders say.
Rescue teams searching for missing individuals as flooding leaves at least 11 people dead.
Guantanamo detainee Ahmed Rabbani says US-run prison wants hunger-striking prisoners to leave 'as a corpse'.