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The US pledges to veto a new UN Security Council resolution put forth by Algeria that demands an immediate ceasefire.
At an event in Philadelphia, Republican nominee introduces shiny gold high shoes with an American flag and a ‘T’ badge.
US president warns of further losses of Ukrainian territory if Congress does not renew military aid.
State Department says escalating violence poses risk to millions of people facing displacement and deprivation.
Thaksin returned to Thailand in August after nearly 16 years of self-imposed exile.
Protests took place in major world cities, including London, Madrid and Istanbul.
Fighting has flared in recent days between M23 rebels and Congolese government forces near strategic city of Goma.
The late Russian opposition politician had a unifying spirit that threatened the beneficiaries of conflict.
World leaders blame Russian President Vladimir Putin for the death of his most outspoken critic.
Pakistan's election commission will 'hold an enquiry' after Rawalpindi commissioner Liaqat Ali Chattha's announcement.
Haniyeh says Hamas demands a ceasefire, Israeli withdrawal and 'lifting of the unjust siege' on Gaza.
Budapest is the only NATO member yet to ratify Stockholm's membership to the world's largest military alliance.
President Mohamud 'objects' to Ethiopia's Red Sea port deal with Somaliland, territory Somalia claims as its own.
The Taliban does not want to share power with warlords and corrupt former officials and neither do Afghans.
Navalny's death prompted grief and shock among his supporters across the world and drew condemnation from world leaders.
'Alexey Navalny was murdered', said a spokesperson for the Putin critic after his mother was officially notified.
Canaries, lovebirds and goldfinches are muffling the sounds of Israel’s terrifying bombardment of Gaza with song.
Flowers and candles laid to honour Putin critic were cleared away from monuments to victims of Soviet-era repression.
Kwoyelo, the only LRA commander to be tried for his crimes in Uganda, has been in detention since 2009.
Ireland is the latest to pledge funds for the stricken UN agency, the main source of humanitarian aid to Palestine.