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Former US president loses case; banned from serving as officer or director of any New York corporation for three years.
Satellite images show Egypt levelling land and building a wall along its border with the Gaza Strip near Rafah
Activists in Brazil hope to raise awareness that illegal mining activity has sparked a crisis on Indigenous lands.
Israel has ramped up attacks in Lebanon - and Hezbollah has promised to retaliate.
During President Vladimir Putin's rule several of his vocal critics have died or been sentenced to lengthy jail terms.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah's warning comes days after 10 Lebanese civilians were killed in Israeli air raids.
Palestinians are being forced to eat weeds and leaves to stay alive in Gaza. The UN says Gaza is on the brink of famine.
Following an inflammatory piece in the Wall Street Journal, Marc Lamont Hill talks to Dearborn Mayor Abdullah Hammoud.
Army arrests 20 people in the raid, saying some were involved in Hamas's October 7 attacks on Israel.
Putin “will be held accountable,” the wife of Alexey Navalny says following her husband's death.
The Kremlin critic's mother also said her son was 'alive, healthy and happy' when she saw him this week.
Threats of a full-scale military operation aim to depopulate Gaza and help Netanyahu cling to power, analysts say.
'Israel operates under a climate of absolute impunity,' says Craig Mokhiber, former top UN official.
Kremlin critic dies after collapsing and losing consciousness at Arctic penal colony, prison authorities say.
Navalny was Putin's fiercest political opponent, galvanising Russians who otherwise saw no option to the president.
Continental integration must be the primary agenda of this year's African Union Summit in Addis Ababa.
Leaders say Putin critic 'paid for his courage with his life' and that they hold Russia responsible for his death.
The UN and international aid groups have warned of a ‘slaughter’ if Israel launches a ground attack in Rafah.
African countries that have long traded with others outside the continent are now shipping goods to each other.
Main opposition party says bank accounts frozen just weeks before the expected announcement of the general election.