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Syrian Army Enters Manbij Amid Turkey Threats
Syrian army has entered the key northern city of Manbij for the first time in 6 years
Tensions Ahead of DR Congo Elections
Opposition candidate appeals to constitutional court
DR Congo Rivals Fail to Agree Peace Pact
Efforts to prevent the DR Congo vote descending into violence on the eve of elections
Deadly Clashes as Bangladesh Goes to the Polls
Violence erupts between supporters of the government and opposition
Bangladesh Opposition Calls For Election Re-run
Bangladesh opposition calls for election rerun, complaining of fraud and intimidation
Bangladesh Election: Electoral Commission Rejects Request For Re-Run
Governing Awami League wins election by a landslide amid allegations of ballot stuffing
Sudan: Protestors Call on President To Step Down
Police fired tear gas at demonstrators in Khartoum, and at least one person was shot dead
North Korea Warns US Over Sanctions
North Korea leader says talks with US at risk because of sanctions
Bolsonaro Sworn in as Brazilian President
Far-right leader vows to tackle corruption
China Renews Vow To Reunite With Taiwan
Xi Jinping urges Taiwan to accept they "must and will be" reunited with China.
Brother of American Charged with Spying Speaks Out
David Whelan, whose brother Paul is being held in Russia, says he is innocent.
China Moon Mission Lands Spacecraft
China has become the first country to land a space probe on the far side of the moon
New US Congress Sworn In
Nancy Pelosi elected House Speaker as Democrats aim to wield new powers
The Islamic State Group's Last Stronghold In Syria
Exclusive report from Syria on the battle to remove the last remaining IS fighters
California Governor: Climate Change is "a Catastrophic and Existential Threat"
Jerry Brown on the federal shutdown, Mr Trump's plan for a border wall, & the environment
Ukraine Orthodox Church Granted 'Independence'
Ukraine Orthodox Church is granted 'independence' from the Russian Church
DR Congo Delays Announcing Election Result
The DRC's election commission says less than half the tally sheets have been received
Saudi Woman Trapped In Thailand
Saudi woman 'trapped at Bangkok airport trying to flee family'
Thailand Will Not Deport Saudi Woman
Thai officials say they will not deport a Saudi teenager due to concerns for her safety
Saudi Woman Ends Thai Airport Standoff
Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun says she would be killed if sent back to Saudi Arabia
Turkey Calls US Comments 'Unacceptable'
Turkey's president rejects US calls to ensure the safety of Kurdish fighters in Syria.
Turkey and the US Clash Over Syria
President Erdogan of Turkey slams the US national security advisor over Kurds in Syria.
President Trump's Address On Border 'Crisis'
President Trump says the US southern border is a pipeline for drugs and criminals.
Tensions High Ahead of DR Congo Election Results
Delays in announcing the results of presidential elections raise fears over stability
DRC Election Results Cause Outcry
The runner-up calls Felix Tshisekedi’s surprise victory an “electoral coup”
DR Congo: Tshisekedi's Win Sparks Outcry
We hear why Martin Fayulu - the leading candidate in opinion polls - rejects the result.
We hear why Martin Fayulu - the leading candidate in opinion polls - rejects the result
Myanmar: Reuters Journalists' Appeals Rejected
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo sentenced to seven years for breaking a state secrets act
UN: Civilians Trapped Under Fire in Eastern Syria
We hear about the humanitarian situation as US troops begin their withdrawal
We hear about the humanitarian situation in the area as US troops begin their withdrawal
DR Congo Election: Opposition Candidate Demands Recount
Opposition candidate Martin Fayulu has demanded votes to be manually recounted
Saudi Refugee Rahaf al-Qunun Lands in Toronto
Saudi Refugee Rahaf al-Qunun is in Toronto after Canada's government grants her asylum
May: Brexit Failure Risks Trust in Democracy
May urges MPs to back her deal amid alarm at a plan by MPs to seize control of Brexit
Pompeo Arrives in Saudi Arabia
US Secretary of State arrives in Riyadh for talks
Could the US 'Devastate' Turkey's Economy?
President Trump has threatened to do so if Turkey attacks the Kurds in Syria, but can he?
Canadian Sentenced to Death in China for Drug Smuggling
A Canadian man has been sentenced to death in China in a re-trial lasting one day.
Brexit Deal Vote Day
Brexit: Theresa May faces 'meaningful vote' on her deal
Brexit Vote: EU Withdrawal Bill Rejected by Parliament
Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave EU defeated by 432 votes to 202
Brexit: May Faces Confidence Vote
British PM faces confidence vote after huge defeat
British PM Wins Confidence Vote
Theresa May promises to find a way forward on Brexit after gaining parliamentary support
Scientists Say Plant-Based Diet Could Save The Planet
Researchers suggest plant-based diet would help avoid a global environmental catastrophe
'Repressive Response' to Anti-Government Protests in Sudan
Big protests in the Sudanese capital and across the country against the ruling power.
Kim's Envoy Carrying 'Trump Note'
One of North Korea's top negotiators is in Washington to meet US officials
Sudanese Protesters Mourn For Victim
Sudan's anti-government protests enter fifth week.
Thousands Gather For Gdansk Mayor’s Funeral
Pawel Adamowicz was fatally stabbed at a charity event last weekend
Over Sixty People Killed in Mexico Fuel Disaster
At least 66 people killed after a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves explodes
DRC Election: Felix Tshisekedi Declared President
DRC's constitutional court declares victory for Felix Tshisekedi in disputed election
DRC Opposition Urges Civil Disobedience
Martin Fayulu disputes court ruling declaring Felix Tshisekedi election winner
Zimbabwe's opposition has accused the security forces of brutal attacks on protesters
Is Zimbabwe worse now than under Mugabe?
Zimbabwe opposition condemns government over a brutal crackdown after a petrol price rise
Davos: Can Big Business Solve Climate Change?
Davos 2019 focuses on the global economy and climate change
The US Government Shutdown and the FBI
FBI agents explain how they have been affected by the shutdown.
Rights Group Says Zimbabwe Troops 'Used Systematic Torture'
A rights group says Zimbabwe troops used 'systematic torture' to quell protests
Zimbabwe's government has defended its security forces in light of allegations of torture
Venezuela: Opposition Leader Declares Himself President
Opposition Leader Juan Guaidó declares himself president of Venezuela during protests
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