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A round-up of news stories that might have not seen because of the historic events in Zimbabwe.
President Aoun says nothing justifies Hariri's lack of return for 12 days, in sign of escalating Lebanese-Saudi tension.
Patrick Awuah wins conference's top prize as leading minds discuss fake news and education in a 'post-truth' world.
State Department official says Saudi prince's actions have 'the potential to damage US interests', NY Times reports.
More than 190 people face charges related to their alleged involvement in protests against Donald Trump's inauguration.
Analysts say Quebec is home to a rising far-right movement. What groups operate in the Canadian province and how?
Troops have taken over government buildings and state TV but have denied that a military coup is underway.
Fault Lines investigates the scope and impact of police and FBI surveillance of black activists in the US.
A look at the challenges of environmental reporting and why the coverage seldom matches the urgency of the problem.
Indigenous peoples have had their children taken away by the state for generations. What has been the legacy of this?
The number of Muslims in South Korea is estimated to be around 100,000, including foreigners.
Gulf crisis and economic cooperation top agenda of meeting between Erdogan and Sheikh Tamim in Doha.
Can Aamir Khan create lasting change in Indian society or is he just another Bollywood star playing the role of a hero?
South African leader says he spoke to Zimbabwean counterpart, who 'indicated' he was fine but not allowed to leave home.
Zimbabwe's army seizes control of the country, we look at the latest reactions.
A quick look at President Mugabe's colourful language throughout his 37-year reign as leader of Zimbabwe.
A vice president sacked, fears of a Mugabe dynasty, and a military threat. What is happening today in Zimbabwe?
The life, political career and controversies of the African nation's longest-serving leader.
Major General SB Moyo addresses the nation after Zimbabwe's military seizes state TV, blocks off government offices.