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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been fighting for years against being sent to the United States
Pakistan People's Party, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to form a coalition with Shehbaz Sharif selected as PM candidate.
Last week, the White House claimed that Moscow had obtained 'troubling' anti-satellite weapon capability.
Houthi rebels say ships in the Red Sea and Arabian Sea are their latest maritime targets.
UN warns Africa's youngest nation is facing a food crisis.
Ruling ANC faces a tough challenge to retain its majority in seventh election since the end of the apartheid system.
The Messi effect, biggest players, league breakdown and everything else you need to know about Major League Soccer.
The United States has vetoed a UN Security Council draft resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
Farmers are angry at what they say is unfair competition from cheaper imports from Poland's war-torn neighbour and ally.
International Court of Justice to hear from 52 countries on legality of Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories.
Majority of members voted to call for an immediate ceasefire in Israel's war on Gaza that has killed more than 29,000.
David Cameron is first British foreign secretary to visit the Falkland Islands in 30 years.
South Africa urged the ICJ to find that the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories is illegal.
Authorities say 3,000 people died during the September 8 earthquake, which damaged more than 60,000 dwellings.
After days of being refused entry by Israeli forces, a team of UN doctors was allowed into Nasser Hospital in south Gaza
Italy’s top court decided last year to proceed with the trial against the four officials, who will be tried in absentia.
Unchecked border movement and poor sewage systems have a new partner in wreaking havoc: climate change
Kremlin says widow Yulia's accusations that Navalny was poisoned by a nerve agent are 'unfounded and vulgar'.
The war on Gaza seems to be a testing ground for Israel’s new weaponry, with devastating effect.
A video of children collecting flour off the ground shows how serious the hunger situation is in Gaza.