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Somalilanders will choose their next leader after inadequate funding, political disagreements and drought delayed polls.
After insulting the previous US president, Philippines leader Rodrigo Duterte is quite happy to welcome his successor.
At least 400 suspected ISIL victims, many wearing prison uniforms, found buried at military base formerly used by ISIL.
Iran says defence affairs not negotiable in response to President Macron's call for dialogue over its missile programme.
Election fever grips Somaliland ahead of a tense leadership challenge.
Sources tell Reuters that Saudi Arabia is looking to replace PM Hariri over his unwillingness to oppose Hezbollah.
Vietnam veterans were the first to have the term PTSD applied to them, but is the US doing enough for its war veterans?
With parades and a party endorsements for the first lady after Mnangagwa was sacked, analysts say a new path is clear.
Men working in mines in Rajasthan state are dying early due to silicosis caused by dust, raising safety concerns.
Yemen's president could be 'targeted' if he returns to UAE-administered Aden city, Yemeni official says.
The kingdom faces accusations of having forcibly detaining the Lebanese prime minister.
Fighters believed to be holding 10,000 civilians hostage in Euphrates Valley town of Rawa as they lose nearby villages.
Dante Sowell is one of many US military veterans struggling with PTSD.
Activists condemn university's alleged threat to stop event unless Palestinian academic chairing it was removed.
Health experts warn that research does not back up the argument that mass shootings are a 'mental health problem'.
President wants to know what is preventing PM from returning to Beirut from Riyadh where he announced his resignation.