Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Zimbabwe opposition condemns government over a brutal crackdown after a petrol price rise
Zimbabwe's opposition has accused the security forces of brutal attacks on protesters
Martin Fayulu disputes court ruling declaring Felix Tshisekedi election winner
DRC's constitutional court declares victory for Felix Tshisekedi in disputed election
At least 66 people killed after a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves explodes
Pawel Adamowicz was fatally stabbed at a charity event last weekend
Sudan's anti-government protests enter fifth week.
One of North Korea's top negotiators is in Washington to meet US officials
Big protests in the Sudanese capital and across the country against the ruling power.
Researchers suggest plant-based diet would help avoid a global environmental catastrophe
Theresa May promises to find a way forward on Brexit after gaining parliamentary support
British PM faces confidence vote after huge defeat
Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave EU defeated by 432 votes to 202
Brexit: Theresa May faces 'meaningful vote' on her deal
Christmas Day 2018
James Coomarasamy tests Razia Iqbal, James Menendez, Rebecca Kesby and Paul Henley
How China is launching a major new trade route via the ancient Silk Road
Memories and stories of Partition in 1947 and the legacy Partition leaves with us today
Clips, reports and highlights on a society in flux
A brutal crack-down on drugs that has claimed more than 7000 lives
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