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More than 130 women have died as a result of domestic violence so far this year in France, and activists are now plastering their names on buildings across the country to highlight their plight.
After two weeks of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, there is a mountain of evidence that analysts say is now beyond dispute.
A Hong Kong court has suspended its decision to dismiss a government ban on wearing face masks at protests, allowing police to enforce the decree for another week around keenly contested local elections.
Battle lines in Israel’s deadlocked political system are expected to be sharpened after Benjamin Netanyahu was charged in a corruption case.
Three anti-government protesters have been killed and 25 others injured amid ongoing clashes with Iraqi security forces near a strategic bridge in Baghdad.
Pope Francis tended to the needs of Thailand’s tiny Catholic hierarchy, urging priests and nuns to find ways to communicate the faith with “a Thai face and flesh” in an overwhelmingly Buddhist country.
The death of Jeffrey Epstein was the result of a “perfect storm of screw-ups”, US Attorney General William Barr has said.
The Pacific people of Bougainville will on Saturday begin voting in a referendum to decide if they want to become the world’s newest nation by gaining independence from Papua New Guinea.
Former President Barack Obama warned Democrats on Thursday against adopting “purity tests” in the presidential primary and said any adversity the candidates faced in the contest would make whoever emerges an even stronger nominee.
Eight people have died and at least 90 were wounded on Thursday in renewed clashes in central Baghdad.
A former national security official has told the impeachment inquiry that a US ambassador carried out a controversial “domestic political errand” for President Donald Trump on Ukraine.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused prosecutors of staging “an attempted coup” after he was charged in a series of corruption cases.
Key impeachment inquiry witnesses have said it is clear Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was pursuing political investigations of Democrats in Ukraine at the president’s direction.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been charged in a series of corruption cases, throwing the country’s paralysed political system into further disarray and threatening the long-time leader’s grip on power.
Serbia’s finance minister is facing calls to resign after a university claimed he plagiarised parts of his PhD thesis.
Israel’s attorney general is set to announce his long-awaited decision on whether to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a series of corruption scandals.
Donald Trump was overheard discussing investigations requested of Ukraine in a phone call with a US ambassador, impeachment investigators have been told.
A former White House analyst on Russia has denounced as “fictional” the contention from some Republicans that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 US election.
Pope Francis called for more efforts to combat the “humiliation” of women and children forced into prostitution as he began a visit to Thailand, where human trafficking and poverty help fuel the sex tourism industry.
More than 20 protesters inside a Hong Kong university campus have surrendered to police, as the city’s largest pro-Beijing political party urged voters to “kick out the black force” in upcoming elections seen as a key gauge of public support for anti-government demonstrations.
Three anti-government protesters have been killed in heavy clashes in central Baghdad, hours after four demonstrators died in overnight violence.
Five people have been killed in a blast at a fireworks factory in Sicily.
Sri Lanka’s newly-elected President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has sworn in as prime minister his brother and former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, capping a victorious return to power of the siblings credited with a military victory over Tamil rebels – but also implicated in human rights violations.
Impeachment investigators are set to hear from two key witnesses who grew alarmed at how US President Donald Trump and others in his orbit were conducting foreign policy in Ukraine.
North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has turned down an invitation by South Korean President Moon Jae-in to participate in a regional summit next week, media in Pyongyang has reported.
A small but determined group of protesters remained holed up inside a Hong Kong university campus as the city’s largest pro-Beijing political party urged voters to “kick out the black force” in upcoming elections seen as a key gauge of public support for anti-government protests.
Healthcare proved a divisive issue as the candidates vying to win the Democratic Party’s nomination for president clashed in their latest debate.
Hazardous smoke blanketed Sydney on Thursday as wildfires burned across eastern and southern Australia.
Pope Francis called for migrants to be welcomed and for women and children to be protected from exploitation, abuse and enslavement as he began a busy two days of activities in Thailand on Thursday.
US ambassador Gordon Sondland has told impeachment investigators that President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani explicitly sought a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine.