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Weekend lockdown will be in effect in major Turkish cities including Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir.
The US and China have stepped up manoeuvres around self-ruled Taiwan as bilateral ties have deteriorated.
A new far-right movement may be stoking tensions in US protests. Who are its adherents, and what do they want?
Current and former Pentagon officials break with embattled US president over crackdown on Floyd protesters.
Thousands stand silent for eight minutes, 46 seconds to remember the man whose killing set off protests across the US.
Akbar al-Baker, the head of Qatar Airways, discusses the future of global air travel after the coronavirus pandemic.
Media watchdog calls Samuel Wazizi's death 'the worst crime against a journalist in the past 10 years in Cameroon'.
Minneapolis holds first of several memorial services to honour the man whose killing set off protests nationwide.
Annual Tiananmen Square massacre vigil banned as mainland China tightens grip on territory.
Jamil Sayyed's comments lead to outrage in a country in its seventh month of anti-establishment demonstrations.
The Gavi international group raises money to fund immunisation programmes through to 2025 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
First of several planned services to honour Floyd, an unarmed Black man killed by police, takes place in Minneapolis.
The unusually public attribution is a sign of how sensitive Americans have become to digital espionage efforts.
Panel of judges rules that poll fraud complaints by opposition leader Agathon Rwasa are 'null and void'.
Turkey wants an immediate political solution to the conflict in Libya - with or without Haftar's collaboration.
Convicted German man is under investigation in case of three-year-old British girl missing since 2007.
The Cold War moved to the Middle East, where the front-line states are led not by political stances but religious ones.
After meeting GNA head al-Sarraj, Turkish leader says history will judge those who caused 'bloodshed' by backing Haftar.
Government says it will relax dusk-to-dawn curfew and lift a ban on inter-regional travel after two nights of unrest.
Attendees defied coronavirus ban to attend the vigil, marked by worries over China's new national security legislation.